Peter and Martin Poole discuss the result of the recent referendum held in Scotland over independence and weigh up the arguments from both camps in the debate.
Martin Poole pays tribute to the late Richard Attenborough and explores some of his most notable work.
Peter Poole speaks to artist David Nicholls at the Jubilee Library, Brighton, on Friday 30th May 2014. This was the venue for his exhibition of dream-inspired artwork, with spiritual overtones.
Campaigners meet in Brighton to oppose the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP, on Saturday July 12th 2014. Their boxing ring stunt makes a good metaphor.
Martin Poole provides an introduction to bitcoins and the nature of cryptocurrencies in general, covering the basis of what they represent and why they may well prove to be an effective means of taking back power from the big banks.
Apologies for the lack of new content this month. Other commitments have prevented us from being able to release our usual fortnightly episode.
Going forward, we will likely start adopting a less frequent episode release schedule. We will aim for at least one new episode per month.
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Peter and Martin Poole provide a mid-year round-up for 2014 and discuss some of the subjects that have been covered over the last few months. These include the recent EU MEP elections and MH370 mystery.
Martin Poole provides a quick update regarding the mysterious story of MH370 and identifies the latest developments 70 days on since the plane vanished.
Peter Poole observes the March for England in Brighton on Sunday, April 27 2014. The clash of right and left-wing protesters takes place under a police lock-down of the town.
Martin Poole takes another look at the MH370 story with the latest developments in mind.