This week on The Bugcast: we talk mainly about the issue of criticising historical accounts based on modern day values, plus we play 8 cracking tracks of Creative Commons music!
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- NevadaRnd – Never Win – from Rostov-On-Don, Russia – source
- Tyler Gelrud – Sing You To Sleep – from Orange County, CA – source
- Rubberdollies – Rainbow Wig – from Germany – source
- Bert Jerred – Undone – from Oswego, NY – source
- Songwriterz – Hallucination – from Denmark – source
- mindthings – Drown – from Bordeaux, France – source
- Zareen – Let Life Happen – from Bulgaria – source
- Dazie Mae – When Paris Is Singing – from Paris, France – source
Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking
leadertelegram.com: Readers split over decision to remove Laura Ingalls Wilder’s name from lit award
Jamendo: Blame It On The Glitch playlist
Podcrawl Glasgow 2018 – Saturday 28 July 2018
OggCamp ’18 – Saturday 18 August and Sunday 19 August 2018
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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
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Your waffle section in this episode brought to mind the discomfort I feel about a very popular TV series in the Czech Republic, where I live. It’s essentially a reinvention of “Stars in their Eyes” but with solely TV personalities as the performers. Anyway, below is a link to a clip showing a well-known (white) soap star/comedian as Louis Armstrong. Here it’s not seen as racist at all, but a celebration of world renowned artists. I don’t condone the actions of the show’s producers, in fact I feel blacking-up is terribly wrong, much to the surprise of my Czech wife. I guess it’s all a matter of perspective. Notably, no one has ever complained about it to my knowledge.