Tonight on The Anti-Broadcast

Tonight @ 9PM IST, join Howard and Friends for the weekly Anti-Broadcast. Call in or email the show but don’t forget to join us on the Livestream page to follow the show together.

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Note: The is The Anti-Broadcast, so topics are liable to change depending on Howard’s mood and input from you, the listener.

The Bicycle Hoax Continued & EU Transport Draconianism

On last week’s show we discussed the media narrative in Britain and Ireland convincing us t0 allow crazy legislation concerning BICYCLES to be passed in the name of “safety.” We’ll continue to look at the already existing legislation confining our right to travel.

Korea, Trump, and Saber Rattling DISTRACTION

Why are we so consumed by all of this? Is it important? Does our giving a shit make the situation better or worse?

The Irish Brew Review

Throughout the night, Howard will be tasting and reviewing beers, lagers, ales, and stouts from the new range of (allegedly) small and independent brewing companies that have popped up.

This week we have:

  • Fir Bolg from Munster Brewery. An unpasturized and unfiltered hoppy lager made in Cork, sporting the name of the legendary early Irish tribe of “the men of the bag.”
  • Kerry Lane Pale Ale from Cotton Ball Brewing Co. also from Cork. It claims to be a perfect hoppy balance between bitter and sweet. Sounds terrible, but we’ll see!
  • Twelve Towers Irish Red Ale from Munster Brewery. An earthy hop with fruity flavours. Named after the walls surrounding the old town of Youghal.
  • Justice Pale Ale from Kelly’s Mountain Brew. Allegedly can be paired with any food and has a biscuity and malt flavour.
  • Stout from Independent Brewing. Gotta love a bottle of booze that’s just called STOUT. It says it’s milky with hints of chocolate, coffee, and vanilla. Sounds lovely.

Pirate “Radio Caroline” Returns – Legitimately, After 25 Years

The British radio regulator, Ofcom, has awarded Radio Caroline a limited AM broadcasting license in the Essex area after it had vanished from the airwaves in 1991 following the shipwrecking of the MV Ross Revenge (pictured above) and several International raids.

Broadcasting since 1964 when the only broadcaster was the BBC, Radio Caroline served the Essex Area with non-stop pop music and resisted predatory legislation and violent raids, only to come back again and again, and become rebroadcast from stations around the world as well as digital channels.

Radio Caroline and its host pirate ship, MV Ross Revenge, are a part of both British and world broadcasting history, and this year it has been officially recognised as such.

A date for the station’s return to terrestrial radio is yet to be announced.

Introducing: EV Radio 4.0!

With the advent of the Autumn, friendship and good listening is all the more important. So EV Radio returns with a sleeker site design and an improved listening experience.

Check out what the site has to offer and tell your friends.

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