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Updated February 2020
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Join Marcus Bronzy (BBC TV / Capital Radio) and friends Dev ( BBC Radio 1), Nick Bright (BBC Sport / BBC Radio 1Xtra), Ace (BBC Radio 1Xtra) and Funk Butcher (Kiss FM) as they try out new entertainment, tech ,gadgets, games, interactive days out all in the name of finding the best ways to kill some time! So what you waiting for!? Come and kill an hour with us!
 
Blue Jam was an ambient radio comedy programme created and directed by Chris Morris. It aired on BBC Radio 1 in the early hours of the morning from 1997 to 1999.More information can be found on the Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_JamThis are the audio recordings from the Cook'd and Bomb'd website, which can be found here: http://www.cookdandbombd.co.uk/Contains dark and absurdist themes that some people may find disturbing.NOTE: S01E06 was stopped mid-broadcast and faded i ...
 
Upcoming gigs:Nebula Sounds presents Trikk @ Joshua Brooks, Manchester Fri 27 Mar 2020Bookings and enquiries: djfotn@gmail.comGlobal Underground | Nebula Sounds | Tactal Hots | Tarnished Tracks | Lowbit Records | Anjunabeats | Ministry of Sound FOTN's music has also been featured on a multitude of radio shows including Nemone's BBC Radio 6 Show, Annie Mac's Big Weekend and the Radio 1 Essential Mix and has received support from some of the best DJs across the scene, including Sasha, John Dig ...
 
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England achieved their second highest ever T20 run chase to beat South Africa and take the T20 series. We hear from winning captain Eoin Morgan on what they’ve learnt from the series, and whether Alex Hales has an England future. Jos Buttler talks about his relief at the end of a difficult tour for him, and reveals that he worried that he wouldn’t …
 
When Professor Dame Sally Davies left her role as Chief Medical Officer for England in Autumn 2019, she didn't go quietly. Instead, she published a strongly titled, independent, 96 page report 'Time To Solve Childhood Obesity'."The Government ambition" she wrote "is to halve childhood obesity by 2030 – in England, we are nowhere near achieving this…
 
A lot has changed since our last episode covering the numbers behind the coronavirus - for a start it now has a name, Covid-19. This week news has broken that deaths are 20 per cent higher than thought, and the number of cases has increased by a third. Tim Harford talks to Dr Nathalie MacDermott, a clinical lecturer at King’s College London about w…
 
Another day, another final-ball nailbiter in South Africa, this time it’s England who edge it to level the series. Tom Curran talks us through his final over, Eoin Morgan explains just how he manages to stay so calm under pressure, and Jonny Bairstow says that he’s looking forward to having some time at home after being dropped for the Sri Lanka se…
 
Two boys out sledging in their local park find the body of an old woman in the snow.Gradually, through exchanges between members of the woman's family, between friends and between people she has only met briefly, we learn what led her to that point. A moving and entertaining account of modern life and loves.PC Hayley Morton is desperate to discover…
 
"My question is about something I became aware of at a young age," explains Samantha Richter from Cambridgeshire."I was sitting on the carpet at school, being read a story by the teacher. My hair felt as though it was standing on end as waves of a tingly sensation washed over my head. I subsequently found certain scenes in films had this effect, wh…
 
Newsjack is a scrapbook sketch show written entirely by the Great British public. Host Kiri Pritchard-McLean is joined this week by Luke Kempner, Mali Ann Rees and George Fouracres Script Editors: Gemma Arrowsmith and Catherine BrinkworthProduction Coordinator: Mabel WrightProducers: Suzy Grant, Hayley Sterling and Leila Navabi Newsjack is a BBC St…
 
For the past 220 years Ordnance Survey have been mapping Great Britain with extraordinary accuracy. But as Gareth discovers when he visits their HQ in Southampton, GB's master map is not a static printed document. It's a 2 petabyte database which is updated up to 20,000 times a day. This adds up to 360 million updates a year. Since the development …
 
This week Marcus Bronzy and Funk Butcher Kill Time With: Why Funk’s Been Away Valentines Day Table Manners PES Vs Fifa - PES LITE Is Fifa Ultimate Team A Form Of Gambling? Zombie Army 4: Dead War Apple Fines Mark Wahlberg’s Timetable Netflix’s Price Change Am I The Asshole Valentine’s Edition Join our Facebook Group by clicking here! Keep up to dat…
 
As South Africa beat England in a final-ball thriller at Buffalo Park, Eoin Morgan explains where England went wrong, and what they need to do to improve. Nick Hoult joins Simon Mann to talk uncharacteristic English sloppiness, and what they need to do for the rest of the series. Plus Ed Smith joins the podcast after announcing England’s Test squad…
 
Gemma talks about the new moon and how it’s affected her. She's wondering what people thought the moon was before humans had any knowledge about it, and she has a few theories herself. She also reads through your responses about Big Brother listening to our phones, and Holly, who has a friend who puts conditioner on their butt, is back in contact.…
 
The solutions to the problem of plastic pollution and plastic waste lie in many directions. A global plan to stop littering will go a long way. But human behaviour change often needs some economic intervention. One idea by the UK government and many others around the world, is to give a little financial incentive in the form of deposits on plastic …
 
Plastic waste has been a global crisis waiting to happen. To date it's estimated that around 8.3 billion tonnes of waste plastic exists. That's 25 Empire State Buildings or 1 billion elephants. Incredibly around half of this has been generated in just the last 14 years, despite mass production having begun in the 1950s. Events such as China's recen…
 
Steven Finn sits in for Michael Vaughan to join Mark Chapman and Phil Tufnell in looking back on England's tour of South Africa so far. The team look at how best to manage Jofra Archer's fitness after the fast bowler was ruled out for several months with an elbow injury. There's a look at Adil Rashid's return to international cricket, as he took th…
 
The last time Anne-Marie was on the show she got the Superfan Steve treatment and her reaction was amazing. We’ve decided that she is just too happy so pull out all the tricks to try and make her cry. Also, Ask Me Anything brings a man from “Far Far Away”, Scott blows popcorn out of his nose and (after their little spat last week) Scott & Chris do …
 
Storm Ciara arrived over the weekend and left many a strange discovery in people’s gardens, everything from slow roasted chickens to a spare horse! Also, Adam from Wisconsin U.S of A, was our Oscars representative and came up with a great alternative to Unpopular Opinion, and… Was an opportunity missed when Sean Paul appeared on Love Island?…
 
When Professor Dame Sally Davies left her role as Chief Medical Officer for England in Autumn 2019, she didn't go quietly. Instead, she published a strongly titled, independent, 96 page report with a rallying call: 'Time To Solve Childhood Obesity'."The Government ambition" she wrote "is to halve childhood obesity by 2030 – in England, we are nowhe…
 
You may not know Ben Schwartz, but you really should. Yes, he voices Sonic in the new Sonic movie, and that's cool and all, but he's also in Parks And Rec (as Jean-Ralphio Saperstein, the guy who loves shouting in people's ears), House Of Lies and CollegeHumor back in the day. He's just a funny, fun, interesting human being and you'll probably have…
 
We all know that you should never smile at a crocodile, but rumour has it that alligators are great perambulators – at least that’s what a booklet about Florida’s wildlife claimed. Tim Harford speaks to John Hutchinson, Professor of evolutionary bio-mechanics to see whether he could outrun one of these reportedly rapid retiles. Also – our editor th…
 
After only 11 overs were possibly at a very wet Kingsmead, Simon Mann is joined by Nick Hoult of the Telegraph to talk about Joe Root's bowling, Jofra Archer's injury, and whether he'll sit out ODIs in the next few years. We hear from Eoin Morgan on the match, Archer's injury, and Ben Stokes, plus Tom Curran tells us that he'll be watching the Big …
 
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