This week on The Bugcast: the death of print, baked goods, human nature, and we play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons music!
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- Mercury and the Architects – Machine – from Staten Island, NY – source
- Mickey Blue – Someday Soon – from Toronto, ON – source
- Florens – Trip – from Italy – source
- Nihilore – The Other Side – from Blue Mountains, NSW – source
- Mercury and the Architects – Disinformation – from Staten Island, NY – source
- Puppasonic – Original Vagabond – from Soisson, France – source
- Jana Fisher – Fairy Tale – from USA – source
- Axel Antunes – Before Midnight – from Brazil – source
Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking
BBC News: Yellow Pages to stop printing directory after 51-year run
Channel 4: The Great British Bake Off returns
The Guardian: Lakewood Megachurch – slow to respond or fake news?
BBC Radio 4: Thought For The Day – Canon Angela Tilby
Channel 4: Educating Greater Manchester
Huffington Post: Rani And Jack’s Friendship Just Restored Everyone’s Faith In Humanity
Podcrawl Sheffield 2017 – Saturday 16 September from 12:00 at the Sheffield Tap, Sheffield Railway Station
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next show will be episode 478, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 8 September 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (BST/UTC+1).
- Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you’ll need a Telegram account)
- Podcrawl Sheffield 2017 – Saturday 16 September from 12:00 at the Sheffield Tap, Sheffield Railway Station
Special thanks go to
The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
Internet Archive for hosting the media files
Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server
The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network
Having heard of your podcast on the Ubuntu podcast and a very welcoming tweet with Dave I hot footed to the podcast and listened to 476. What a great mix. Loved it. Count me as a regular.
By the way I loved Stoneface Priest.