Is David Cameron finally right about something? Why do Bristol University Christian Union think that women should be seen and not heard? What’s the deal with the human rights act? Kate speaks to Games Workshop co-founder and fantasy gaming legend Ian Livingstone and ruminations on arthouse film following Cineworld’s takeover of PictureHouse cinemas.
Agreeing with Cameron on Leveson (2:21) by James Firth Bristol Christian Union Fiasco (10:58) by Jenny Bartle Women: Seen and Not Heard? (15:49) by Nathan Rae Human Rights Act (22:41) by Georgia Gale Grant Ian Livingstone Interview (28:21) by Kate Russell Geoengineering (36:40) by Drew Rae Cineworld take PictureHouse (45:13) by Alex Fitch Pale Blue Cafe (56:00) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Trent Burton) The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy and Brian Two
We find out if the anti-GM protesters managed to smash up the GM crops experiment, what the latest on the Twitter Joke Trial is, and why the proposals for equal marriage don’t go far enough. We also have more on LOCOG’s draconian brand enforcement and discover why file sharing might not be all that bad for the music industry.
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Rothamsted Update (2:16) by James O’Malley (ft Mark Lynas) Twitter Joke Trial Update (9:15) by Matt Flaherty Equal Marriage Doesn’t Go Far Enough (18:35) by Naomi Phillips Olympic Branding (24:06) by Alex Fitch File Sharing & The Music Industry (36:40) by Salim Fadhley (ft Prof Bob Hammond) Paul Zenon Interview (47:56) by Brian Two Questival (56:26) by James O’Malley (ft Jenny Bartle) Surprise (60:23) by Martin Robbins & Dean Burnett The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy and Brian Two
Seven Billion (1:25) by Michael Grayer Plan C (7:50) by Prateek Buch White Poppies (15:36) by Tessa Kendall Non-Prophet Week (20:05) by James O’Malley (ft Jenny Bartle) AIDS at the Science Wooseum (23:51) by Kash Farooq (as read by Alex Foster) The Oil Kings (29:41) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Andrew Scott Cooper) Historical Narratives (39:56) by Nick Boorer Ear Candling (47:00) by Tom Williamson Skeptical Purity Test (54:03) by Drew Rae The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy & Brian Two
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Oslo Eyewitness (1:35) by Trish Hann Copyright Censorship (8:47) by James Firth What’s Wrong with ATOS? (15:19) by Steven Sumpter Patent trolls vs Inventors & Developers (26:24) by Salim Fadhley The AHS (36:05) by James O’Malley (ft Jenny Bartle and Mike Paynter) AltMed Regulation (45:16) by Dr*T Michael McIntyre Response (49:14) by Steve Leedale (performed by Alex Foster) Edinburgh Ghost Tours (53:00) by Ash Pryce The sketches were by David Lovesy, Brian Two and Steve Clark