Posts Tagged ‘politics’
SPOILER ALERT FOR CAPTAIN AMERICA 2 COLON THE WINTER SOLDIER
In an epic sequel to Episode 76 of Gather Around Me, Ben Pobjie and Cam Smith sit down outside the State Library to discuss Captain America 2 in some detail, including:
- How books are windows into other worlds
- Why HYDRA kind of have a point?
- the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
- AND REVIEWS
Welcome to Episode 191 of Gather Around Me and our THIRD LAST DAILY NEWSCAST!
In this special post-budget edition, Ben and Cam give their budget reply with a number of solid solutions for Australia’s non-existent economic woes!
PLUS further dissection of the new Zodiac book, The Most Dangerous Animal Of All by Gary Stewart.
Also you have no home!
Ben and Cam sat down on Budget Night to chat about all the cuts and slashes… in a new book by someone who reckons the Zodiac was his dad! Plus The Voice, Jay Zed and a bit of budget.
And lots more options in the sidebar!
(Plus we did one last night too that you can download/stream over here.)
In today’s newscast, Ben & Cam discuss the Packer/Gyngell fine, the Neighbours strike & the petrol excise. Plus the comics page & Gather Around Me news (the news is that we are doing week-daily podcasts for another week). Plus someone is slightly tipsy! Is it Cam or is it noted teetotaller Ben? You’ll have to listen to find out!
Plus many more options over on the right hand side of the page! Boner petit!
Hi there, gentle listeners! It’s our most newspapery audio newspaper yet! We respect the picket line at Fairfax and only source news from News Limited – plus the Gather Around Me advice column and audio funny pages!
There’s no shortage of options! Enjoy!
In this thrilling installment of Gather Around Me, your friends Ben Pobjie and Cam Smith get to the bottom of who has the numbers and who doesn’t, what the deal was with the guy from Numbers, what they think of weird funguses, and a few other things along the way.
It is the kind of international audience alienating magic you’ll only find on Gather Around Me, so get it in your ears!
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