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Bournemouth Backchat Episode #33 — Con Artists, £5 Billion on Bournemouth, and Saving the Arts

We’re feeling a little understated as the second season of our podcast draws slowly nearer to its end. Three not-so-controversial discussions for you this week…

And so the countdown falls once more — two episodes left. Having tried to solve most of the bigger world issues and controversies already, our presenters were feeling a little more low-key this week, beginning with Dale contemplating a life of crime and starting a Hustle-style con artist family. James pulls us back into the realm of reality, debating how Boris’ £5 billion nest egg could be spent on improving Bournemouth. Aaron rounds things off with a subject incredibly relevant to him — about how important saving the arts is, and how our artistic venues can recover from the recent crisis.

The musical number order has been shaken up a bit as Bournemouth Backchat approaches the end of Season 2, as Aaron has a little surprise lined up for the season finale. As such, Dale takes his place with a cover of the traditional Neapolitan song Dicitencello Vuie.

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DISCLAIMER: We intend the cover of “Dicitencello Vuie” for entertainment purposes only. The Bournemouth Backchat team claims no rights over the song.

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