This week on The Bugcast: we remember the Manchester Arena bombing, Lee Rigby, a quiz involving Tony Hedley – uh – Hadley, and another political discussion about the lockdown, plus 8 pieces of great Creative Commons music!
- Dr Groove Gang – Remember – from Le Mans-Anger, France – source
- The Devil Music Co. – Head Over Heels – from Hattiesburg, MS – source
- Fresh Body Shop – Lucky and Ugly – from Nantes, France – source
- Fresh Body Shop – Salty – from New York City, NY – source
- Bert Jerred – The Distant Sun – from Oswego, NY – source
- Kwasi Manni – Streets – from West Midlands, UK – source
- In Isolation – Russian Doll – from Nottingham, UK – source
- Hibai Aiestaran & The Basauri Prison Folkies – Bilbo Dockers Can Rock – from Spain – source
Twenty-one years since Dave and Caroline became an item
Three years since the Manchester Arena bombing
Seven years since the Murder of Lee Rigby
BBC News: Tony Hadley, a radio quiz, one syllable – and a $10,000 riddle (Tony Hedley)
Political lockdown discussion
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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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