First broadcast September 12, 2005: In this week’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of Silent Running, the inside story on the tragic demise if our original site, the awful fate of those responsible, and the heartwarming tale of our British pluck, Kiwi fix-it-with-a-bit-of-number-eight-fencing-wire resilience and good old Yankee can-do spirit which has seen us indulge in an orgy of useless finger-pointing recriminations.
No wait, I’m sorry, that would be the various layers of government in the United States arguing over who is responsible for what happened in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Silent Running is already back in business.
SR contributor Kiwi Bob, a former New Zealand emergency service official, talks about how the disaster relief operation seems to have gone in New Orleans, and discusses what might happen if a massive earthquake hits the New Zealand capital Wellington. Here’s a hint – you’re on your own.
First broadcast September 04, 2005: In this week’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of Silent Running, it’s all Katrina, all the time, as we dump the lighthearted Blog News segment on the grounds of taste while people are dying in New Orleans. I don’t want to make jokes this week, and you don’t want to hear them.
Instead, we hear from uber-Katrina-blogger Brendan Loy, and get some international reaction from Canada’s own Damian Penny. Our Man in Londonbring his trans-Atlantic perspective to the story, and updates us on the latest from the British front in the war.
SNN will be taking a break next week, but will be back again, large as life and twice as ugly, on September 17th.
You can now subscribe to Shire Network News on Apple iTunes. Under “Genres”, select “Podcasts”, type the word “Shire” in the left-hand panel just above the message “Search all podcasts”, and click the magnifying glass icon. You should then be taken to a screen where you can subscribe to SNN.
More important than how many bottles of champagne did BBC License Fee payers pay for, what will Tommy #Panodrama reveal about the malicious ways in which Panorama and Hope not Hate were working together to destroy Tommy Robinson?
First broadcast August 28, 2005: In this week’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of Silent Running, Our Man in London talks about the BBC Panorama program which accuses allegedly moderate Islamic spokesmen of extremism, and the latest from the life and death struggle against the most insidious force for evil in the world today – Chris Martin and Coldplay.
We talk to Israeli blogger Dave, from Israellycool, about how the orange side of Israeli society view the Gaza pullout, and we get the blue and white perspective from Jewish political activist and former IDF officer Ted Lapkin. Dave has his own podcast by the way, which I personally reccomend.
Tommy Robinson has caught the BBC’s premiere, flagship investigative news program, Panorama, trying to fabricate a hit piece on him. In reply he has set them up: they came to interview him and he turned the tables on them. He will reveal all his footage on February 23rd on a giant screen outside their offices in Manchester, for now he’s releasing little snippets.
Background videos, Tommy Robinson and BBC Panorama
John Sweeny of Panorama sharing his views on what it’s like to meet a white, working class man in a green room at the BBC: a cannibal Amazonian or something from outer space.
Here’s Tommy, toward the end of the big reveal in the trap he set for the BBC where they thought they were coming to interview him and he turned the tables on them. He’s asking why the far-left, Soros and UK Government funded hate organisation “Hope not Hate” was present at some of the interviews conducted by the BBC for the making of this “independent” act of journalism. Watch the stunned silence from the producers.