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Episode 139 – 8th June 2012

We balance the BBC’s horrendous Jubilee coverage with some relentlessly nasty jubilee coverage (ie: we talk reasonably about the Republic protest), we find out all about Workfare, talk about BRAINS, and discover what happened when Hayley complained about some misleading faith healing advertisements.



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Republic Protest (2:50) by James O’Malley (ft Jim Jepps and James Gray)
Workfare (17:24) by Cory Hazlehurst
Enlightenment Cafe Update (25:16) by James O’Malley
(ft Andy Franzkowiac and Claire Benson)
HOTS Faith Healing (30:44) by Hayley Stevens
Brainy Chat (41:49) by Dean Burnett (ft Barry Gibb)
The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy and Brian Two

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Episode 57 – 29th October 2010


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Industrial Relations (1:42) by Drew Rae
Animal Testing (7:02) by Dean Burnett
Data Retention (17:09) by James Firth
Catholic School Selection (22:25) by Salim Fadhley (ft James Gray)
Journalism Shortcuts (30:28) by Marsh
Kat Akingbade at QED (36:53) by Jon Treadway

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Episode 48 – 27th August 2010



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Faith Schools by James O’Malley (ft James Gray)
Internet Censorship by Drew Rae (read by David Couch)
Tescopoly by Alex Foster
Default Deny by Sean Ellis
Teenage Rebellion by Jennie Rigg
Sydney Padua Interview by Liz Lutgendorff

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