• The New Lines (Brooklyn, NYC)
  • 01 Windimir and the Gift of Death
  • Windimir and the Gift of Death Single
  • (Bandcamp)

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This episode features a very brief clip of Jerry Kaplan being interviewed by Brooke Gladstone on WNYC's On The Media for a great segment about artificial intelligence, robots, jobs, sci-fi vs. sci, the impending robot apocalypse and more. Listen to the whole thing!

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This episode features a short, somewhat edited, clip from a great interview on Inquiring Minds with science historian Naomi Oreskes. Along with Erik Conway, she wrote a new book called The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future. The book is set 400 years in the future and tells the story of a Chinese historian looking back what happened after humanity failed to act on global warming.

  • Cop On the Edge (London, UK)
  • 05 Bafana Bafana (South Africa)
  • Tap Tap (London, UK)
  • 06 Dry Dry Land (Portugal)
  • Fast Forward: An Indie Music Companion To World Cup 2010
  • (iTunes, Amazon MP3, name-your-price during thr world cup at bandcamp)

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This episode features a clip about FIFA from Last Week Tonight, the excellent new Daily-Show-esque series staring John Oliver on HBO.

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This episode features the audio from a hilarious pharmaceutical-style ad parody for "Vaccines" by Strange Meal, as well as an excerpt of Louis CK on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross recounting a time when he lost the crowd at a benefit show. Also, don't forget to check out the killer new movie Blue Ruin!

SPECIAL "THE SMITHS AND MORRISSEY" EPISODE!
  • Stars (Montreal, Canada)
  • 10 This Charming Man
  • Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show
  • (Amazon)
  • cover of: The Smiths

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This episode features a clip from the UK TV documentary The Importance of Being Morrissey where his political stances, particularly regarding vegetarianism, are addressed. Watch the whole thing here.

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This episode features clips from a fun segment from NPR's All Things Considered tracing the origins of William Onyeabor, as well as from the new Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, where in episode 2 Neil deGrasse Tyson explains how every living thing is related, and this is revealed through DNA.