Feb 202017
 
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Tonight’s Round the Counter podcast with Rob Watson, Dave Weight and Ben Archer. We chatted about food scarcity and the lack of courgettes, Tom Robinson’s talk at Leicester University for LGBT history month, Tom Waits, and Kurt Cobain would have been fifty.

Jan 302017
 
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This weeks Round the Counter podcast is with myself, Dave Weight and Ben Archer. We have music from Iggy Pop, Duds and Patti Smith.

Jan 232017
 
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This is the twenty first Round the Counter podcast, with Dave Weight and myself, chatting about stuff and playing some music.

Jan 162017
 
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This is the twentieth Round the Counter podcast, with Dave Weight and Rob Watson chatting about stuff we’ve seen or been watching this week. 

Jan 092017
 
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Here’s the first Round the Counter podcast in which Dave Weight and Rob Watson talk about stuff and listen to music.

Dec 212016
 
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The latest Round the Counter podcast with Rob Watson, David Weight and Scott Choucino, and the aid of some mince pies, cheese, pickled onions and a couple of glasses of port. A lovely way to mark the Winter Solstice. Thanks to Dave and Scott for an excellent chat about stuff, and some great tunes, though we didn’t get to play Busted!

Dec 152016
 
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Here’s the latest Round the Counter podcast, it’s number seventeen and its Dave Weight and myself chatting and listening to some good tunes.

Dec 122016
 
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Here’s the latests Round the Counter Podcast number sixteen, with Scott Choucino and myself, Rob Watson. Playing some nice tunes and discussing what we’ve been doing for the last couple of days.

Dec 052016
 
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Here’s the latest Round the Counter podcast in which Dave Weight and I talk about some music and stuff. All very unplanned and not at all professional.

Nov 282016
 
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This is our Round the Counter podcast discussion for TECH3022 Advanced Social Media Production, in which we talk about gaming and the association with energy drinks. There’s a good article by Duncan Aird from way back in 2010 that explains this phenomenon, and from which I’ve used one of Duncan’s pictures.