We deal with this first in a series of summer heatwaves by getting drunk on the tarmac of May’s back yard, passing round an I-River and plugging in some cracking pre-recorded content, including a wordy discussion about the plight and potential of the workers who keep the wheels turning. We also listen in to the sounds of the Sumac garden project, talk to a food co-op in Lenton, and unveil a new ‘spokesman’. Enjoy tunes from the Rhizome housing co-op benefit gig, and the usual added injection of up-to-date bleeps.
00:00 – Intro
01:20 – Sounds of the Sumac Garden project
08:04 – Track: Bond by Dawn Treader
14:11 – Discussion about workers’ strikes and solidarity
43:05 – Music: James Tolley @ Rhizome benefit
52:00 – ‘Pumpin’, with Andrew Martin
55:45 – Track: Serious Star by Geiom
58:34 – About the Small Steps food co-op
62:14 – Track: The Easy Listening by Harvey Bruce
65:39 – Outro
66:22 – End.