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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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

Some big questions in our final discussion episode of the season. So much so that one of us made a game of it…!

Season 2 of our podcast Bournemouth Backchat was meant to end six weeks ago, but we kept it going for your weekly entertainment while lockdown was still in place. At last, we can say, we are reaching the end, and this episode forms the final set of discussions of the season.

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…? Contains adult themes, so be advised.

Aaron and Dale are back with yet another digital duet — this time, doing Beyond the Sea.

If you missed any of the previous episodes of the podcast, click here to view them. Also, don’t forget to follow HQB Media on its social media channels – FacebookTwitter and Instagram – to never miss a post!

DISCLAIMER: We intend the cover of “Beyond the Sea” for entertainment purposes only. The Bournemouth Backchat team claims no rights over the song.
Dale Hurst
Dale Hursthttp://dale-hurst.com
Dale Hurst is the Content Editor of HQB Media, as well as an author, restaurant critic and presenter. A graduate in Multimedia Journalism from Solent University, Dale has a wide variety of journalistic experience, ranging from reviewing top London restaurants to interviewing MPs for BBC Radio. As a writer, Dale specialises in entertainments, lifestyle and culture.

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