The Bugle (mp3) - Audio Newspaper For A Visual World

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John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman, fully-qualified Grand Masters of Satirical Jabber, bridge the watery rift through the healing medium of topical podcastery.

Obama, yes he could!
Chavez, sexy Sarkozy and Super Tuesday
The Queen visits the US
..something beginning with bullsh*t
Things actually get worse in Afghanistan
BP off the rig and in the dock
She Bored 'er colleagues
John and Andy approach the US oil crisis with some practical solutions
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver are away.
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver look at the new, inclusive British government, one that has less women in cabinet than in Afghanistan. Will the Clegg-Cameron affair last, and should the queen have made more of welcoming them to power?
Five more years of this
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver stock up on caffeine and record the programme during the general election count.
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver relive the highlights of the week in the British election campaigns.
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver relive the highlights of the week in the British election campaigns, including alleged bigots, dull debates and negative campaigning. How can we improve this? T-shirt guns and sound proof anger chambers of course!
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver celebrate John's birthday, special messages are delivered to Iceland, New York bankers and a mystery guest. Also, with the British general election approaching a mild-temperature, the latest leaders debate is reviewed.
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver celebrate John's birthday
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver dodge ash and flying magma to deliver another action packed show. Topics include the Vatican's incredibly poor handling of the scandal within the Catholic church, and is Nick Clegg the British Prime Minister in waiting? Also, how did it go so wrong with Octopi? We …
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver dodge ash and flying magma to deliver another action packed show.
John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman get almost a little bit excited by the forthcoming general election in the UK