The whys and wherefores of cheating with Eli, Tim, Mark and Katie.
Stalking Girls Aloud. Medieval
Courtneycourtly love. Pulling swords out of stones as basis for political legitimacy. The wrong Supermayer. Morality as coolness – a Woman’s Weekly quiz special. Tanya hates Robyn, a listener complains. How ‘Bout Us by Champagne. The role of the sporting villain. Maradona’s excess. 8 is, in fact, greater than 7. Gaming the ref in politics.
Kat’s year 3000 high school paper. Why training apes is a bad idea. Extropians as cybermen. Ray Kurzweil’s argument by graph. Darren Hayes hits a time lock. Tobias X Future warns of death by bacon. Nostradamus predicts Hitler, Mother Shipton predicts lady trousers. Futurists love their food. The Free Design. Rollerball makes no sense. Future sport as war. Centrifugal bumble puppy. David Bowie’s drum and bass is 2005 years out of date. Utopias don’t exist. Busted STILL fancy their teacher.
For those of you baffled by my less than entirely clear descriptions on tonight’s Lollards Of Pop, here are some handy links to some of the map projections mentioned in the programme:
The final episode of Freaky Trigger’s radio escapade, as originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM between 12 and 1pm earlier today. Live from the home of the pasty, this week’s show featured: lollipops in version, mathematical proofs of both the existence and non-existence of god, goth birds, and most importantly, the sense in which everything is, in fact, a pie.
The penultimate episode of Freaky Trigger’s radio programme, as previously broadcast between 12 and 1pm on London’s wonderful Resonance 104.4FM. Today’s show features: a taste test of Wu Tang Clams, darrrrk Transformers, the faked abduction of Sarah Greene and a lot of silly names.
This week’s episode of Ver Trig’s radio experiment, as broadcast between 12 and 1pm earlier today on London’s 104.4FM. Featuring, amidst all the usual mucking about: a brief history of hoaxes, the inflexibility of identity on web2.0, the mind’s propensity for gap filling and a lot of talking from mouths full of man crisp.
The latest episode of Freaky Trigger’s multimedia domination project, as broadcast earlier today on London’s Resonance 104.4FM. This week’s show features an unusually single-minded (and -gendered) panel, discoursing on the diverse topics of dogs, dog names, dog food, dogging and Mad Dog 20-20.
A new installment of Wycliffite wranglings, as originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM between the hours of 12 and 1pm. This week’s festival of privilege features: public school stories in the age of empire, role playing character classes, how catching your parents at it alters your perception of genre, and numerous interjections from the token dodgy five foot prole.
Yet another dose of FT’s non-conformist pop radio, as originally broadcast on London’s Resonance 104.4FM between 12 and 1pm this afternoon. This week’s episode features: murder by chessboard, Caruso’s hot sausage, applied pub mnemonicism and domestic science violence.
The most up-to-date episode of popular pre-reformation non-conformism, as originally transported to the wireless sets of London between 12 and 1pm via the luminiferous aether stimulations of Resonance 104.4FM. Amidst the usual tomfoolery and idle speculation, this week’s transmission features the process of (d)epilation, wine coloured football strips, cheap corn snacks and Radio 1 DJs in comic form.