This week the pod gets a little wonkish. It’s just Rowan and Ben so the chat is on American politics, specifically President Obama’s executive action on immigration followed by the future of the Keystone Pipeline and the rest fossil fuel economy. Here’s the link to the Grantham piece mentioned in the podcast.
On Volterra Podcast number 12 Rowan, Ben and Louis have some trouble coming up with a pressing topic so they debate how the modern media investigates and end up talking about conspiracy theories.
This week on The Volterra Podcast, Rowan, Louis and Ben catch up on Premier League action and talk about how American sports fandom may be dwindling. Ben tells us about the People’s Climate March he attended in NYC this past week. The boys wrap up with a bit about ISIS and what should and should not…
Rowan and Louis are joined by their new compatriot Ben Schreckinger to talk about Ben’s new article in Politico on “millennial hucksterism”. But first, despite Louis’s somewhat apathetic Yes, Scotland votes No on independence. Subscribe on iTunes
Rowan is joined by filmmaker Tom Wilton to discuss his plans to help indy film distribution through his website-cum-filmhouse, Cinema Zero and his new film ‘Let It Go‘ which screens on September 23 in New York and LA.
By Louis Rive – “Please rise for hymn number 54”. The organ sounded and wheezed through to the start of another badly written biblical epic. Then silence. We all stood as one, mouths closed. United in the silence. The school choir feebly attempted imperfect harmonies from the front of the vast auditorium but it only…
On #8, Rowan and Louis discuss Louis’s electric bill, a little football talk, and the dreaded Fappening with a bit about the NATO summit thrown in. A true smorgasbord of topics. Subscribe on iTunes
Catch up on The Volterra Podcast #7: Rowan and Louis on Manchester United’s struggles and Tottenham’s triumphs, then the British reminisce about burning the White House and finally, the Ukraine crisis continues and will most likely do just that for the foreseeable future.