Ant and Tom are joined by Roundhouse – Daniel Son’s group including guitarist, Jim Moran. The Roundhouse guys tell us what they’ve been up to since the last time Dan was on the show as well as when they’ll be dropping tracks and a possible album in the next few weeks and months.
As ever though, the conversation switches from topic to topic including the Facebook data debate, Piegate, the North and South Korean leader meeting for the fist time in decades, deepfake technology and how YouTube ‘influencers’ do it.
This an much much more, including a clip from Roundhouse’s latest track, ‘Pat Phelan’.
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This week Ant is feeling under the weather, so Tom is joined by Jo to talk about all kinds of things including being reliant on social media, the introduction in read-receipts on Facebook invites and messages and the ‘dislike’ button.
A man at Google has the best job title ever, men in Britain get their own radio station full of blokey topics and things, but why do we need it? Lastly, Jo give some life advice to a listener.
Oh, and the man who held up the bank Tom used to work at has been jailed for two years, but the Metro got the details completely wrong.
All this and more on this episode of the Anywhere But Here podcast. Enjoy.
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This week’s show focusses on phobias, we learn about some of our listener’s irrational fears including spiders, rats, cigarettes and even shortbread (Anywhere But Here invents the word for this phobia, just so the scientific community are aware; koulourákiphobia)! Ant quizzes Tom on strange celebrity phobias and Tom re-lives a harrowing event in his life involving his fear of small spaces and going pot-holing when he was in the Cubs.
Tom talks about one of his favourite metal bands, System of a Down in the ABCs this week, while Ant talks about Shaytards, a family who post their lives on YouTube.
They also discuss another podcast called The Nerd Church, who picked a bit of a comedic fight about the use of English against American. Tom’s girlfriend validates Nerd Churches stance with an explanation of how English isn’t a real language at all and how American is… when it’s written.