Posts Tagged ‘MeowMeow

05
May
10

Episode 4

Martin: The hangovers have abated, the editing has been done and the three of us are proud to present:

World to Rights Episode 4

Enjoy some discussion while the country’s leadership decides itself.


And for your reference, some more articles to accompany the recording:

Digital Economy Bill

The Guardian highlights some clauses

Some people are already trying to bypass it…

…while other groups take up positions on opposing sides

MeowMeow

What happens when you state the obvious…

What happens when the press go beserk…

What the hell do we do from here?

Belgium Veil Debate

Everything you wanted to know about the Belgium Veil debate.

From what I saw in my travellings since the recording, the Belgian veil debate ended with the full veil being banned. Joy.


If the stars are right, the next podcast will be recorded at some point in late June. Which gives you all plenty of time to get in touch to agree, disagree, tell funny stories or send us cake. 😉

Until next time!

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24
Apr
10

That time of the month

Martin: Gosh, has it really been that long already? Guess that means it’s time to record another podcast for our wonderful listeners! 🙂

This month we will mostly be discussing the general election and how much we hate Politician X the following interesting topics:

The Digital Economy Bill – Saviour of multimedia or a token gesture?

The Banning of the Veil – Belgium is in the throes of a debate over whether or not to ban the veil in public. What does this mean for other symbols of belief?

The Banning of MeowMeow – or is it possible to have a drug with a silly name, I mean who came up with that one? a policy defining whether a drug is good or bad.

And to whet your appetite, here’s some reading material:

The Debate over the Veil

Drug Banning Blues

A quick guide to the DEB

Thoughts? Comments? Preliminary rantings? Or even an anecdote related to the above? Send them to us! 🙂




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