The Anti-Social Encyclopaedia presents a special short vodcast on the 34th President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower. This particular piece of archival footage dates back to the 1950's when the Anti-Social Review produced news reels to aid in the education of the public, and the still very relevant and ongoing fight against communism.
France is already out of the tournament. Normally England would be the last country to want to copy France, but it could well do so and make an early exit soon. We speak to two members of England's stereotype team on their thoughts about the situation.
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This is the beginning of our coverage of the Stereotype World Cup, with an interview with the plucky New Zealand team manager and star player. Finally, a World Cup themed sketch that isn't filled with endless "cup runneth over" puns (unlike all the TV coverage, it seems).
The Anti-Social Encyclopaedia explores the topic of World War II, Judgement Day: An action packed thrill ride in which Schwarzenegger's definitive Terminator character this time fights for the future of humanity alongside John Conner and his mother Sarah, against a deadly liquid metal terminator sent from the future. Sorry about that. This podcast actually explores the subject of history's greatest conflict, and I'm not talking about that whole ninjas vs. pirates thing. Once again we explore a topic of great historical significance with an eye to rooting out the truth. Or perhaps simply rooting the truth. Regardless, this remarkable podcast will have you riveted to your mp3-playing device and will also make you smarter by at least 10 IQ points (at least, by comparison to us).
P.S. This is the end of our first season, but don't despair, as we're preparing season 2 right now, and in the mean time we're going to keep going with World Cup coverage and other sketch content.
The World Cup waits for no podcast and so we begin our coverage! The ASR presents a message from the French team, addressing their controversial entry into the Cup.
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The third episode of Radio Playtime attempts to solve the complex mystery that is Karl Kuepper. In this quest we are treated to an insight into the mind and life of this fascinating individual, and perhaps we will learn something about ourselves in the process. All of the fawning, adoring fan mail that will no doubt flood Karl's inbox after this episode goes to air can be sent to the usual address listed in the "Contact us!" section of the site (he won't give out his personal address, naturally, as celebrity stalkers are all too real a problem, the gravity of which the common people simply do not appreciate). Please remember that Karl may not have time to personally respond to all your fan mail, as if he did so he simply wouldn't have time to make the show. The other guy should be able to get to it, however... what's his name? Matt? Mike? Mark, or something?