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It was change again in 1978 when Graham Williams and Anthony Read took over the Who reins, and again in 1980, when JNT started his 9 year tenure at the helm, while Christopher H Bidmead tried to science up the show a bit.
Were they successful? Leigh and Glenn attempt to make sense of the turbulence surrounding the latter years of Tom Baker's tenure as the Doctor!
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Stories this week include:
We discuss the latest release from Faecal Matter...
“Is Superman dead? Of course not, we take a look at Justice League on Blu-ray”
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It's time for round 2 of your lost memories with Jenny from World of Crap! From Pop-up Ninja Mansions, to gobstoppers which make your insides go blue, to Su Pollard playing Peggy in everything ever made, it's all here.
We also sadly say goodbye to some legends this week. Of three very different types. Getting old sucks.
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What a show, yes? YES? Bugeye – I'm not the one, Martin Rafferty and the Northern Lights – the Way we used to be, Emily Wolfe – Lion Heart, Nick Tann – Boy it feels good to be free, Staggs- Where God only Knows, Cuecliche' – One last chance.
Lets keep warm out there and leave a nice review in Itunes eh? EH?
How could so many people be convinced to vote for Donald Trump? Why did so many Brits vote to leave the EU, despite almost unanimous advice from experts, political leaders and celebrities that we should remain? Some attribute these results to the power of Big Data, specifically to the high-tech psychological marketing techniques of a company called Cambridge Analytica. Can the manipulation of data really swing important votes? What are the implications of this approach for privacy and democracy? What does the assumption that a few targeted messages can influence voters’ decisions tell us about elite attitudes towards the electorate?
director, Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, Demos; author, The Dark Net and Radicals; presenter, BBC’s The Secrets of Silicon Valley
feature writer, Observer
member, Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing; leader of the Conservative group, Bradford City Council
TIMANDRA HARKNESS journalist, writer and broadcaster; presenter, FutureProofing; author, Big Data: does size matter?
by Stick In The Wheel
from the album “Follow Them True” (2018)
by Said The Maiden
from the album “Here’s A Health” (2018)
THE WITCH TWISTS THE PINS
by The Rowan Amber Mill
from the album “Harvest The Ears” (2018)
SENSE OF FAMILY
by Ross Ainslie
from the album “Sanctuary” (2018)
THE WORLD’S END
by Plant & Taylor
from the album “Goodbye, Prairie Girl” (2018)
by The Rheingans Sisters
from the album “Bright Field” (2018)
LIFE OF PLENTY
by Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer
from the album “The Whole Charade” (2018)
THE HAPPIEST MAN IN THE WORLD
by Nic Norton & The County Band
from the EP “Brief Lives” (2018)
by Minnie Birch
from the album “Tethered” (2017)
TALL, DARK, HANDSOME STRANGER
from the album “Millbrig” (2018)
YOU BELONG WITH ME
by The Mellowship
from the album “You Belong To Me” (2018)
THE LAST TRAIN / BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND
by Luke Jackson
from the album “Solo Duo Trio” (2018)
DRUNKEN SERENADE (Including THE BANSHEE REEL)
by Merry Hell
from the EP “Bury Me Naked” (2018)
COD LIVER OIL AND THE ORANGE JUICE
by Findlay Napier
from the album “Glasgow” (2017)
by Zoe Mulford
from the album “Small Brown Birds” (2018)
BRING BACK HOME
by Ange Hardy
from the album “Bring Back Home” (2018)
by Thomson & York
from the album “Circle Of Life” (2017)
WICKER MAN / LANDLORD’S DAUGHTER
by Spiral Dance
from the album “Land And Legend” (2017)
HEY THAT’S NO WAY TO SAY GOODBYE
by Reid Jamieson
from the album “Dear Leonard: The Cohen Collection” (2017)
The Matsunos and their close friends find themselves stranded on a desert island. Yes, the very same plot as the previous two Saiki K. episodes. Plus, the cats are working in a DVD rental store, Fenny is reading minds and Ginza hostesses are solving crimes.
Sorry for the delay, guys.
We need to find another time to record. When Friday night rolls around we're shaking like a shitting dog.
This week on The Bugcast: we return to our usual level of “normal”, celebrate lives passed, and play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons music!
Thank you for the last
5 weeks 10 years
Alex's birthday on Monday
BBC News: Sir Ken Dodd: Comedy legend dies, aged 90
BBC News: Jim Bowen: Comedian and former Bullseye host dies at 80
BBC News: Stephen Hawking: Visionary physicist dies aged 76
BBC News: Trevor Baylis: Wind-up radio inventor dies aged 80
BBC Sport: Sir Roger Bannister: First person to run a mile in under four minutes dies at 88
ihatebroccoli.com: NiMB 82: Hijacked by The Bugcast
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