Peter Poole listens to radio coverage of Britain's referendum on remaining inside, or leaving, the European Union. Recorded overnight, Thursday June 23rd to Friday June 24th 2016.
Peter Poole visits an area of woodland near Brighton, East Sussex, and reflects on how traffic noise changes his perception of the place. Recorded on Sunday May 1st 2016.
A double bill of Toyne Newton and Andy Thomas, presented at an intimate venue in Shoreham, West Sussex. Local author Toyne Newton unveils the arcane symbology of the EU, thinking outside the referendum box, while noted researcher Andy Thomas gives An English History of Freedom, taking in the Magna Carta, Thomas Paine, The Suffragettes and other movements.
Film-maker and activist Ross Ashcroft explains the difference between a real and rent-seeking economy. Recorded at The 99% Festival, Synergy Centre, Brighton, on Sunday April 17th 2016.
Martin Poole reads from an official government leaflet recently posted out to members of the public in the UK regarding the upcoming EU referendum.
Martin Poole discusses a recent eerie live stream of a player returning to an seemingly abandoned MMO game from the 1990s.
Peter Poole covers the resignation of Ian Duncan Smith from the UK Government, after a controversial budget, in the early hours of March 19th 2016.
A protest song stops the show as Peter Poole attends a meeting of Brighton & Hove City Council on Thursday Feb 25th 2016, where cuts and a tax rise are agreed.
Peter Poole outlines the idea for a Basic Income scheme, where each citizen receives money from the state as an allowance, by right. He refers to a discussion on the subject, held in London on Thursday October 30th 2014.