What Really Happened With Ask.FM? (2:29) by Alex J Brown Section 28 Returns (12:37) by Richy Thompson Give Well (18:30) by Glen Travis Brony Interview (24:17)eve by Alex Fitch The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy & Brian Two
We speak to a number big names this week: Dan Dennett gives us his take on Alan Turing, former government chief science advisor Sir David King teases us about what really went on behind the scenes of the Iraq war, and Ben Hammersley explains why technology makes politics difficult. We also tackle Gove’s proposed new curriculum, archiving film for the future and find out if evangelical christian women really want to go out with Jesus?
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Dan Dennett on Turing (2:10) by Deborah Hyde (ft DAN DANNETT!) Evolution: The New Classics (12:54) by Richard Dawkins Sir David King Interview (16:22) by Liz Lutgendorff Ben Hammersley Interview (26:29) by James O’Malley Gove’s Curriculum (36:41) by Rob Weeks The Digital Dilemma (45:14) by Glen Travis Jesus Is My Boyfriend (52:49) by Jonny Scaramanga (ft Kylie Sturgess) The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy and Brian Two