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Bournemouth Backchat Episode 36 — Spooky / Gypsy Sh*t

Our official podcast, Bournemouth Backchat, is back for a brand-new third series. Kicking things off with an episode fit for Halloween...! We couldn't keep our...

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Bournemouth Backchat Episode #35 — Season Finale: 2020 Quiz-ion

Dale, Aaron and James were able to convene again in their old recording venue in Boscombe to produce this Season Finale. A quiz in which Aaron and James' wits and intelligence are pitted against one another. The prize? Well... there isn't one really, other than the label of "Intellectually Superior" (within the confines of this podcast...)

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #34 — A World Without Money, HQB Studios, and Would You Rather…?

We begin with Aaron's plans for a world without money, and the chaos it could potentially bring with it. Then Dale moves onto a different kind of plan -- one that follows on from a much earlier episode, which aims to turn HQB Media into a major media company on the South Coast. And finally, James, who has spent much of this season delivering tongue-in-cheek political commentary and economical forecasts, has finally exhausted his subject ideas and instead contents himself with a game of Would You Rather...?

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

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...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #32 — Spirit, Independent Dorset Taking Over Southampton, and Universities

Aaron kicks off the fourth-from-last episode of this season of Bournemouth Backchat (only three episodes left now - can you believe it?) with an elongated discussion about various spiritual aspects. What can we do to engage our own spirit, and those of others who have passed on. Psychics, fortune tellers and meditation all get a mention as well...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #31 — Obesity, COVID-19: The Second Coming, and Heroes & Legends

It's among our numerous recurring themes on Bournemouth Backchat to think of ways to solve worldwide issues. This season, we have already debated ways to resolve racism, whitewashing history, and human stupidity. And it's the turn of obesity this week, courtesy of James...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #30 — Video Games, Autonomy, and Celebrities in Politics

This week, Dale tries to convert Aaron, who has never owned a games console, into a gamer. Aaron, in turn, ponders over other states and societies following suit with Capitol Hill, Seattle and becoming autonomous, policeless zones. Following examples also forms a trigger for James' topic, as he discusses if other celebrities should take a leaf from Marcus Rashford's book and get more involved in politics...

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