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Just below the surface
41 minutes | Dec 28, 2021
episode 12- Conversation with Lydia Walker-Cox
I chatted to Lydia Walker-Cox who kept her shop open in defiance of Government coronavirus mandates in the UK telling her to close and was hit with £44,000 in fines and costs which she is fighting in the courts now. I really enjoyed talking to her, she is a very brave, decent family woman with strong convictions and I respect that massively She has a gofundme that is being used for legal costs so if you can help her out please do, any left over will go to charity. https://gofund.me/04e9e8c8
52 minutes | Dec 28, 2021
Conversation with James Ray
James is awesome! He made me smile so much during this chat. He is a proponent of research and development of Thorium reactors which may be a preferable option to the nuclear reactors we use today. Way over my head but it was very interesting and I loved talking with him. We also got into Crypto, aliens, NASA, weed and the possibility of me becoming a refugee to Florida. Please give him a follow on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Jamesmiltonray?s=20 https://t.co/zG9nPvTMmg
8 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
Episode 10- Some animals are more equal than others
A short episode on why it appears elites have different rules to the peasants when it comes to Covid 19 restrictions
66 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Episode 8- Alex Dunnett
A conversation between myself and one of my best friends, Alex Dunnett. We talk about the UFC, comedy, which is a particular love of Alex's and a little about Covid. This episode is unedited aside from sound quality
22 minutes | Mar 20, 2021
Episode 7 - The end?
As we hit episode 7 which is the average number of episodes a new Podcast has before it's creators give up on it, Stephen looks at a newspaper article and deconstructs the holes in its logic and sources. Lots of media on all sides are at this game. Hopefully this episode will help people to think critically when reading the news and always be wondering who the "experts" that journalists citing are and how robust their expertise actually is. The article is here for listeners to look at whilst listening https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/mar/08/meghan-claims-archie-highlight-colourism-problem-uk
18 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
Episode 6 - The 1% (not that 1%)
The UK governments proposal to give health service workers a 1% pay rise, the reaction to it and how it highlights working class peoples unfortunate penchant for holding each other back instead of raising each other up and how to be more positive towards your peers
17 minutes | Feb 13, 2021
Episode 4- A bit of a rant
This episode is a little bit of a rant brought on by lockdown blues. Laying out yet again the need for better conversation and a little less sanctimony and fleshing out why something that seems as innocuous as poor discussion brings about real world danger.
12 minutes | Jan 30, 2021
Episode 3-Are they though?
We hear terms like anti vaxxer and covidiot being thrown around quite a lot at the moment. Is that fair? Or is that person just a little unsure of a new vaccine? Are they suffering through lack of access to medical care due to covid restrictions? Can we try to understand each other a little better and have a better conversation than just hurling accusations? Listen and maybe it will improve your conversations with people that think differently than you do
9 minutes | Jan 23, 2021
Episode 2- You want me to sign what??
Why calls to force the media to only print facts, whilst sounding very noble is actually very scary
11 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Episode 1- An introduction
An introductory episode to the new podcast "Just below the surface" where we learn that just a shallow dive into a topic could be enough to understand ourselves and others better in the modern world of information and argument overload via traditional and social media
1 minutes | Jan 16, 2021
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