Monthly Archives: March 2016

#109 – 3 Grown Men

James worries about easy erections, Nick wants to have a Freudian conversation off mic, and Jon visits!

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Show Notes:
“The Birdie Song” by The Tweets:

Rod Hull – Wikipedia
Johnny Morris – Wikipedia
The Soft Machine – Wikipedia / Amazon / YouTube
Tin Machine – Wikipedia / Amazon / YouTube
The Talking Heads – link
Jah Wobble – Wikipedia / Amazon

“Visions Of You”, Jah Wobble (with Sinead O’Connor):

Reply All #58: “Earth Pony” – link

Billy Bragg’s Tweet – link
That John Ehrlichman quote in full:

“We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana & blacks with heroin, & then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities…
Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did.”

Johan Cruyff – Wikipedia
Phife Dawg – Wikipedia

“Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything” by Steven J Dubner & Steven D Levitt – Amazon

Iain Duncan Smith – Wikipedia

“Just Say No”, Grange Hill:

#108 – Everyday Different

Nick talks directly to you, the listener, and the show has an existential crisis.

Also featured in this episode: “Everyday Different” by Nicolas Papaconstantinou – link

Mentioned in this show:

Inside Out – “Your desperation is making me sad”:


Naked (a totally unrepresentative trailer):

David Thewlis – IMDB
Jennifer Jason Leigh – IMDB
The Wachowskis – Wikipedia

#107 – Not Being Racist

Nick and James are crammed into a very cosy space, and Nick is slowly succumbing to a very coldy nose. Also, James makes some room in his life for his PS4, and Nick does some advertising.

Not a lot of shownotes this week – it wasn’t a particularly shownotey week! Just these two nuggets:

Here’s a bit about Rich Hall – Wikipedia

And here’s him as the excellent Otis Lee Crenshaw, doing Jailhouse Rock: