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The consequences of 1 fresher and 2 third years being in a radio studio at 8am.
For my final show of 2013, Jack and Matt joined me. Together we formed #JAMona. Hear us guess what the saucy Nigella Lawson is cooking; what Jack found on my Facebook page and whether someone can really finish a whole advent calendar in under 2 minutes (Jack and Matt were my two guinea pigs!).
12:47 minutes (14.64 MB)
Matt chairs this edition of the Big Picture, originally aired on the 5th March 2014. The panel discuss Russia's intervention in Ukraine's revolution, reforms to trade unions' membership of the Labour Party, and the SU's performance in the light of the upcoming elections season for next year's executive.
47:42 minutes (43.68 MB)
Joseph steps up to the Big Picture chair for the first time in this edition of the show, first broadcast on the 26th February 2014. The panel discusses the growing unrest in Ukraine, the Daily Mail's campaign against Harriet Harman over her historic links through the National Council for Civil Liberties with the Paedophilia Information Exchange; and the coming showdown between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage over Britain's EU membership.
42:08 minutes (48.22 MB)
This week things were looking a tad glum in Nottingham's primary football clubs, nevertheless, Rod, Alex, Sam and Calum joined Rob in the studios to keep you listeners entertained! Forest's poor run of form, dropping points to Leicester, Burnley and Wigan were the main talking points as well as the 'Reds'' horrendous injury problems. Attention then turned to the no less cheerful, but equally important issues at Meadow Lane where it's D-Day for Derry as he questions whether his players have what it takes to avoid relegation! The podcast ends with Rob's hugely original game that Rod put's to bed in record time!
37:22 minutes (34.2 MB)
Seb chairs this edition of the Big Picture, first broadcast on the 19th February 2014. The panel discussed developments in Alex Salmond's attempts to convince the Scottish people to vote for independence, the dropping of plans to offer voters the right to recall their MP, and the narrow passage of a Swiss referendum to restrict EU immigration.
45:22 minutes (41.54 MB)