Analysis of terrorist groups and situation in Iraq

Dr David Lowe was back across the BBC covering most stations in England and Wales, discussing the situation in Iraq and analysis of terrorist groups from their backgrounds to use of social media.

This included coverage on BBC Radio Merseyside (approx 7 mins in),  BBC Radio Sheffield (approx 21 mins in), BBC Coventry and Warwickshire (press clipping upon request) , BBC West Midlands (approx 1 hour, 5 mins in) and BBC Hereford and Worchester (approx 1 hour, 11 mins in), BBC Radio Nottingham (approx 1 hour, 41 mins in) and BBC Radio Stoke (approx 1 hour 45 mins in). 

He was also on BBC Radio Sheffield discussing  Boris Johnson’s comments that those going to Syria/Iraq should be guilty until proved innocent (approx 2 hours 16 minutes in) and has made various appearances on the LBC radio station.

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