THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK.
Presented by alexander levy and liam lucas.
Broadcasting ‘live’ from The Living Room at the peak hours of midnight to one-thirty, Liam and Alex bring you an intimate selection of reflective news stories from over a thousand years, interesting panels with interesting people, and a dollop of shit chat thrown in for good measure. Tune in Saturday mornings / Friday nights to hear what can only be described as one step away from white noise.
Be there or be square.
EPISODE THE SIXTH
In our final episode of Trinity Term 2018, Alex and Liam bring you a bumper episode. We bring you the breaking news is that Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump have met in Singapore for key geo-political discussions and the famous poet Ovid has died. Owen Molloy and Laurence James return to the panel with a World Cup preview.
EPISODE THE FIFTH
Fifth Week Blues Special!
Alex and Liam present a Blues-inspired show to help you get through the Fifth Week doldrums. With the breaking news that GDPR has today come into effect and that Hernán Cortés has landed in Mexico.
EPISODE THE FOURTH
Liam and Alex discuss the breaking news that Israel have won the Eurovision Song Contest and that Elvis Presley, the popular recording artist, has been drafted into the US Army. Charlotte Austin guests to discuss the importance of the Durham Miners.
EPISODE THE THIRD
This week, Liam and Alex discuss the breaking news that Brooklyn Nine-Nine's cancellation by Fox has set in motion the end of the world and the death of Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Saanjh Gupta and Judi Beinortaite feature on our panel, discussing their experiences of Oxford as international students.
EPISODE THE SECOND
Alex and Liam reflect on the breaking news that Kim Jong-Un has become the first North Korean leader to cross the DMZ since 1952 and that the UK Parliament has created equality in the franchise with the Representation of the People Act. In the panel, Miranda Stevens discusses her love of fantasy, fencing and fucking.
EPISODE THE FIRST
In the first show, Alex and Liam reflect on the breaking news that King Mswati III of Swaziland has changed the country's name to eSwatini and that the Knights Templar have been formed in Jerusalem. In our panel, Laurence James and Owen Molloy discuss referee conspiracies in football and look towards the Champions League semi-finals.