On this week's show Ant has trouble with his iPhone 7, and it may not be what you'd expect him to have an issue with. Tom travels 700 miles in a week to find one story for his magazine, an incurred some pretty hefty penalties in both time and money. Keeping on the tech theme, Ant points out the odd features the latest versions of the Playstation and XBox.
The curse of 2016 strikes again, but this is someone whose passing seemingly hasn't been widely reported on. Prince Buster was one of the founding fathers of reggae and ska music, without the likes of him and Rico Rodriguez you wouldn't have had Madness, The Specials, The Beat, Bad Manners, Reel Big Fish and a host of other bands that make upbeat ska music.
Things are getting tense in international news with Trump insinuating Americans who want to keep their guns should have something to say about the protection of Hilary Clinton. Plus, a Scottish woman's dress is set alight in New York City in an apparently racially motivated attack.
But there is some good news: Scott from the Stinking Pause Podcast ha started a new podcast about the musicians of the 1960s. Called Rainbow Valley, the first episode focuses on the life and music of Janis Joplin. Check it out.
Also, Diego the tortoise was one of just 14 of his species left in the world, but in the last 100 years of his life has produced 800 hatchlings to lift his species out of the endangered list. What a lad!
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