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Welcome to Topple Uncaged!
Every week, The Canary will be bringing you a new podcast on the media landscape; hosted by me, Steve Topple.
I’ll be giving you the quickest news round-up in the UK in Plucked News. Then, I’ll be going in on some of the biggest stories with a very special guest on Free Flying With… After that, I’ll be taking apart, and taking down, this week’s #bbcqt in Question Time: Topple Chirps Back. And finally, I’ll be bringing you the freshest, most banging political music in Revolutionary Bird Song.
This week it’s a Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) special. So, joining me to discuss this is journalist and driving force behind the Universal Credit Sufferer website Alex Tiffin. Plus, Mark from the fantastic political DJ act Feminist Jukebox is talking all things musical.
CANARYPOD: TOPPLE UNCAGED SHOW NOTES 20/01/19
Presented, produced and edited by Steve Topple.
Sound engineering by Gav Pauze.
Plucked News articles/tweets in order:
Brexit stories from The Canary.
United Voices of the World union on Twitter
Free Flying With… a DWP special news articles/tweet in order:
Universal Credit via The Canary
Question Time: Topple Chirps Back:
Revolutionary Bird Song:
I Heard It Through The Grapevine via The Slits
PoP Campaign/Feminist Jukebox on Instagram
PoP Campaign on Soundcloud
PoP Campaign on Mixcloud
Follow on Twitter:
Steve Topple @MrTopple; The Canary @TheCanaryUK; Alex Tiffin @RespectIsVital; Mark from Feminist Jukebox @TheEnglishLeft; Nicola Jeffery @NicolaCJeffery; Gav Pauze @PauzeRadio; Rai Star Music @rai_star113
Use the hashtags #ToppleUncaged #CanaryPod
Find out more about Gav Pauze.
Topple Uncaged Theme Music: Lost Souls by Lee Wrizzle.
Brexit: Theresa May gives Downing Street statement via BBC News
Del Boy Falls Through the Bar via BBC Comedy Greats
Only Fools and Horses Theme Song via LeeWalker95
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