Lots of Thatcher this week – perhaps a little bit over-Thatcherated, but a long look at her legacy and the issues raised by her death. Also: 3D printing guns, submarine disasters and watching what doctors tweet.
Thatcher’s Legacy (2:01) by Dave Cole Thatcher’s Walkman (10:44) by Miles Taylor Thatcher Party Packs (15:34) by Caroline Spurry Tramp The Dirt Down (21:15) by Cory Hazlehurst GMC Social Media (26:33) by Peter English Printable Weapons (36:26) by Sean Ellis USS Thresher (43:13) by Drew Rae RHSF13 Part 3 (49:55) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Dave Cohen & Enrique Lopez-Juez) The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy & Brian Two
Daily Mail Justice (1:58) by Martin Robbins Hungary for Constitutional Change (7:45) by Dave Landon Cole Open Primaries (14:08) by Cory Hazlehurst Pro-Assisted Dying (22:16) by Jennie Kermode (performed by Melinda Burton) Anti-Assisted Dying (33:21) by William Lee The Cost of Physics (40:38) by Adam Jacobs Apocalypse Soon? (50:06) by Leila Johnston Just World (60:29) by Dean Burnett Blogger of the Year (67:02) by David Allen Green
Rather than celebrate Christmas, we thought we should probably celebrate the life and work of Christopher Hitchens, who died on the 15th December. So please join us for this very Pod Delusion-type look at his life.
Obit (0:49) by Dave Cole Hitch and religion (8:40) by Cory Hazlehurst Hitch the Historian (15:46) by Rich Godbehere 6:36 Post-9/11 Hitch (23:42) by Mohammed Fahad (read by Alex Foster) 5:36 Regime change? (30:03) by David Eastman 4:14 Twitter Censorship? (35:40) by Dave Cross 6:12 Tweet inserts are by Sean Ellis Music by Milton Mermikidies
Featuring… Is Science More Important Than Arts? by Jon Treadway Cameron Therapy by Sean Ellis Science Wooseum Update by Marianne Baker Faulty Memories by Sophie Scott Incest! by Jess Vautier Riot Olympics by Salim Fadhley Arab Spring by DLandonCole Perception by Dr*T Cognitive Economics by Leigh Caldwell Amazing Music by Helen Arney
The parties in libel reform by James O’Malley & Liz Lutgendorff (ft Simon Singh, Lord Bach, Joanne Cash, Evan Harris) Hung Parliaments by Malden Capell Requiem for a Species by Dave Cole (ft Clive Hamilton) The Placebo Effect by Mike Hall iPad by Salim Fadhley
London for Secular Europe Protest (1:02) by James O’Malley (ft Peter Tatchell & EHF President David Pollock) Secularist of the Year (7:25) by Craig Lucas Camp Quest (16:55) by Crispian Jago Prince Charles & Royal Privilege (21:48) by Dave Cole Save The Rhinos for Douglas Adams (27:17) by Jon Treadway
Proposition 8 Update (1:18) by Salim Fadhley YouTube Censorship (8:36) by Dave Cole Homeopathy and Python (14:24) by Crispian Jago (ft Mark Thompson) I’m Feeling Sleepy (21:17) by Sly & Reggie Robin Ince & Nerdstock (25:31) by James O’Malley (ft Robin Ince)
This week: Ariane Sherine Interview (0:57) by Dave Cole “Don’t Label Me!” (8:35) by Misty Climate Change E-Mails (16:50) by Martin Robbins Male Rape is Funny, right? (21:36) by Marsh An Open Letter to Boots (25:17) by Andy Wilson and the Merseyside Skeptics Society
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