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Episode 93 – 15th July 2011

We find out why abortion is brilliant, why maths isn’t immediately profitable but ultimately is, and about an intriguing new play about the dangers of alternative medicine. We also speak to author Mark Stevenson about his book. And much more!


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Pro-Choice Protest (1:49) by James O’Malley (ft Dr Evan Harris and Kate Smurthwaite)
James Webb Telescope (9:10) by Kash Farooq
Elevatorgate Response (13:48) by Natalie Dzerins (read by Charlotte Hooson-Sykes)
Maths & Progess (19:40) by Peter Rowlett
Alternative (27:01) by James O’Malley & Liz Lutgendorff (ft Trent Burton & Maria MacLachlan)
PowerPoint (37:22) by Simon Howard
An Optimist’s Tour of the Future (42:23) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Mark Stevenson)
Sketches by David Lovesy and Brian Too

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Episode 83 – 6th May 2011

What’s Mad Nad Dorries been up to now? Why don’t youths vote? And why should Ann Summers make you angry? Find out in this week’s show!


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The Youth Vote (1:56) by James Firth
Mad Nad’s Abstinence (9:34) by Jennie Rigg
Mad Nad’s Theocracy? (14:46) by Salim Fadhley
Republic (21:14) by James O’Malley & Liz Lutgendorff
Superinjunctions & Wikipedia (25:30) by Tom Morris
Dangerous Cycling (33:50) by Tim Beadle
Ann Summers Anger (43:38) by Natalie Dzerins & Charlotte Hooson-Sykes