Podcast Ep. 118: Supreme Court Rules Let Them Not Eat Cake

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Tory mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey’s seeming quest to offend all progressives, the UK Supreme Court’s judgment that bakers can refuse to bake gay cakes, and an online documentary alleging YouTuber Jake Paul is a sociopath.

Joining us as a disturbing absence of baked goods.

Image based on Cakers, February 2011 by Samuel Cockman

Podcast Ep. 101: The One With The Trolling Frenchman

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This week we look at French president’s Emmanuel Macron’s gift trolling, moves to regulate YouTube because its creators keep posting naughty things, and allegations that Friends is chock full of bigotry.

Joining us isn’t our lost youth.

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Podcast Ep. 90: Steve Bannon Rescued From White House Neo-Nazi Cult

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Street-fighting in Charlottesville, Virginia; the defenestration of Donald Trump strategist Steve Bannon; YouTube’s latest plans to deprive creators of ad revenue; and former Mail hack James Chapman’s cries for a new remoaner British political party are the three topics (Ed: Um…) this week.

Joining us is comedian, musician and podcaster Christopher Bingham, better known as Bing, who can be found on YouTube, Twitter and on his tech podcast I Will Save You From the Future. Also here, for everything else.

Image based on Steve Bannon, October 2010 by Don Irvine

Podcast Ep. 75: Westminster Attack Provokes Overblown Rhetoric

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A terrorist attack in Westminster, the desperately dull French presidential debates, and YouTube malgorithms blocking out innocuous LGBT-related content are the topics three for this week.

Joining us is Hussein Kesvani, a journalist who has worked at BuzzFeed and VICE, an upcoming author covering the Internet and religious identity, and a podcaster over at No Country For Brown Men.

Image based on Anonymous by Vincent Diamante

Podcast Ep. 26: Bombing Syria (again), French elections and Sam Pepper’s phoney murder

Prime minister David Cameron’s contentious decision to bomb Syria dominates the podcast this week, as Jazza and Jimmy are joined by Myles Dyer, a cyber-philanthropist and YouTuber.

In the first segment Myles lays out his concerns about the vote in the Commons to bomb Syria as well as the West’s general involvement in the region, issues he also discusses in a video from his YouTube channel.

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