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.

John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman get almost a little bit excited by the forthcoming general election in the UK. They profile Conservative party leader David Cameron and wonder why, compared the US presidential election, the Brits manage to make it such a dull affair.
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver review Israel's latest 'zoning issues', and check the pulse of the latest healthcare reforms coming from America. 'The American' also pops in with the latest news on dog-firing guns and we hear about one of the greatest 'birds'.
The Bugle, with John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman
Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver review Israel's latest 'zoning issues', and check the pulse of the latest healthcare reforms coming from America. 'The American' also pops in with the latest news on dog-firing guns and we hear about one of the greatest 'birds'.
Andy and John turn their attention to Africa, home of some of the worlds craziest and most corrupt leaders.
Andy and John turn their attention to Africa, home of some of the worlds craziest and most corrupt leaders. Also, John picks a fight with an octopus and Andy needs to raise 70 trillion pounds.
Andy and John Oliver bring you an ethics special with Eric Massa having a naked argument with Rahm Emmanuel and the immense corrupt organ that is the Chinese Communist Party
Andy and John Oliver bring you an ethics special with Eric Massa having a naked argument with Rahm Emmanuel and the immense corrupt organ that is the Chinese Communist Party
Andy and John Oliver bring you an ethics special with Eric Massa having a naked argument with Rahm Emmanuel and the immense corrupt organ that is the Chinese Communist Party
John and Andy wonder if the right to needlessly provoke people by gesturing at them is enshrined in the American constitution
John and Andy wonder if the right to needlessly provoke people by gesturing at them is enshrined in the American constitution
John and Andy wonder if the right to needlessly provoke people by gesturing at them is enshrined in the American constitution
Andy and John reckon the Queen could have Hugo Chavez in a battle of unelected leaders after the Bugle favourite backed Argentinas claim to the Falklands
Andy and John reckon the Queen could have Hugo Chavez in a battle of unelected leaders after the Bugle favourite backed Argentinas claim to the Falklands
Andy and John reckon the Queen could have Hugo Chavez in a battle of unelected leaders after the Bugle favourite backed Argentinas claim to the Falklands
Listeners we are sorry to announce that John Oliver is not with us this week because he is earning shed loads of money doing films and stuff so instead here is ten minutes of Andy rabbiting on like the lonely house husband he is
Listeners we are sorry to announce that John Oliver is not with us this week because he is earning shed loads of money doing films and stuff so instead here is ten minutes of Andy rabbiting on like the lonely house husband he is
Listeners we are sorry to announce that John Oliver is not with us this week because he is earning shed loads of money doing films and stuff so instead here is ten minutes of Andy rabbiting on like the lonely house husband he is
John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman are appalled that a school in England has banned Valentines Day cards to make sure the little ones don't have to put up with the emotional trauma and pain of getting rejected
John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman are appalled that a school in England has banned Valentines Day cards to make sure the little ones don't have to put up with the emotional trauma and pain of getting rejected