- A group of hardore Buglers decided one day to go through each Bugle and list down the the memorable, jokes, phrases, puns, and moments of the Bugle and now this dream is becoming a reality.
Long jokes have the start time next to them.
- The American : Ep. 2, 7, 14, 15, 19, 23, 27, 33, 42, 50, 55, 63, 87, 99, 109, 139, 158a
- Producer Tom : Ep 115 (blamed for email problem), 120
- Producer Chris : Ep 115, Recent Decents May 2010, 116, 117, 119
- Pun runs Ep. 48, 117 (Dog Puns), 126 (Pasta Puns), 133 (Asian Country Puns), 170 and 171 (Greek Puns), 172 (Latin Writers), 213 (US Presidents)
- John Singing Ep.14, 33, 80.5 (Regulate) 85 (Holding Out for a Hero), 93 (Build Me Up Buttercup), 100 (Enter Sandman), 113 (Puppy Love), 114 (Anarchy in the UK), 117 (Reprise of Build Me Up Buttercup), 126 (Let's Talk About Sex), 154 (Bump n' Grind)...
- Andy calling Jesus guilty Ep. 4
- The Audio Cryptic Crossword
- John's film career.
- Things that look like a penis (or other genitalia) : Ep 116, 119
- Andy uses his classics degree: Ep 115
- Andy's offspring and/or parenting: Ep 116
- John meets a celebrity and/or tells about a Daily Show shoot: Ep 116, 117, 118
- Bad Jew.
- Andy's bin .
- Hotties from History : Ep 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 21A, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 44.1, 46, 47, 49, 58, Recent Decents May 2010
- Sportsmen Acting Crazy
- Plaxico Burress
- Chad Ochocinco
- Delonte West
- Crazy or Corrupt World Leaders.
- Listener email: unusual experiences while listening to the Bugle.
- Fuckeulogy .
- The Soundproof Safe.
- The Gospel according to St Bullshit: Ep 137 (St Shelley)
- Listener music remixes.
Issue 1: How like Vietnam is Iraq?Edit
- "If you really want to know how many balls to say Iraq is like Vietnam, it takes 3 balls" -John
- "There are more suicides during party confrences then at any other time of the year. That is a lie but my point stands." -Andy
- "A lot of people marry for love I think this is weak..." 10:01
- Armenia and the Genocide that wasn't... 12:13
- Andy's missing bin in the letter of St. Paul.... 13:46
- "The issue of human rights is more difficult than before because, there are more humans in the world, but unfortunatly there are the same numbers of rights to go around, so don't blame the government, blame maths." -Andy
- Crisp manufacturers putting to much salt in crisps... 22:27
- One song ipod.... 24:24
- Terrorist literature choice... 26:34
Issue 2: The Empire Strikes BackEdit
- "We (Britain) did far, far worse things than America could even dream of doing, But we did it with a certain gentle manly swagger" John
- Antarctica fact box
- "We claimed we are going in there for scientific research,we just want to scientifically research how much oil we can get out of there, and maybe scientifically research how much money we can get paid for that oil. I don't see whats so hard for them to understand, there are going to be graphs.. There are going to be graphs.
- Swearing Spectacular
- First appearance of The American 15:00
- Johnny Wilkinson RWC world cup comentary 23:36
- Woles first appearance for the Tantrum Throwing Competition 25:44
Issue 3: California's BurningEdit
- Global Warming is unamerican ....2:03 (Main Story)
- Al Gore Ruler of the earth...3:07
- "These are the greatest days for exaggerations in the history of planet earth" John
- Andy's first exchange rate joke...8:05
- "Like an hungry South African carnivore, spotting a sausage shop down a side street, things have taken a turn for the wurst" Andy's first Pun.
- Belt Busting Breakfast Burrito...13:50
- Martin Yole's unbelievable Pressure routine... 20:19
Issue 4: Immigrant's SongEdit
- Main story: Immigration Eveywhere... 1:55-12:18
- Tabloids reporting on a woman smuggling in immigrants in her stomach... 3:22
- Immigration factbox ...5:10
- Writers Guild strike: Andy makes a joke, labeled scab... 14:20
- Donald Rumsfeld's snowflakes / bumper stickers... 15:22
- Bugle Comment!: Westboro Baptist Church picketing soldier's funerals... 19:25
- "Do they hate gay people? Yes, yes they do. I think they've proven that time and time again. Do they hate gay people to the tune of $11 million?" -John
- Bugle Newsfeature on Fuel/Biofuel/Alternative Enegry... 21:17
- "In Britian, we've always been pioneers of alternative energies and we were the first nation in the world to use Catholics as a fuel. Fact." -Andy
- First instance of Andy calling Jesus guilty
- Travel Supplement!: Why not visit Pakistan this week?... 29:00
Issue 5: 110 Per Cent Behind MusharrafEdit
- Bush tells Musharaf to relinquish control of the army...3:52
- Musharaf sarcastic slamming...4:40
- Pakistan quiz...5:15
- "What part of gift of democracy are these people struggling to understand!" -John
- Andy's first suggestive complement of the queen...9:17
- "It is the queens english, if she wants it to sound nasal and boring, nasal and boring it must sound."- John
- Second exchange rate joke...
- "You can't put a price on a statement like that... well you can and that is 240,000 pounds"- John (on Tony Blairs speech in China)
- King Juan Carlos of Spain tell Hugo Chavez to shut up.... 15:24
- Food scares and dangerous toys...16:23
- Date Rape Toys...18:42
- Total and Utter Fighting Championships...26:54
Issue 6: OPEC: Let's talk oil and fiery rhetoricEdit
Issue 7: 25 million people missingEdit
- ====Main Story: UK government loses 25 million peoples files in the post. 02:14====
- Andy: The Queen should cut her own head off! 05:38
- John: "I shred the leftovers of every meal I eat, it's messy but it's safe." 07:40
- ====Next Story: Phenomenal drop in violence in Iraq 08:55====
- John: "The White House does now seem to be using the Presidents incompetence as its sole defence." 10:58
- Hugo Chavez News 10:58
- Juan Carlos telling Chavez to 'Shut up' becomes spanish ringtone.
- ====Ask an American! 15:55====
- ====Sport: English football is dead. 23:25 ====
- Commemorative boo 25:47
- Audio cryptic crossword: 24 across 28:30
- Bugle Forecast 29:12
Issue 8: Australians keep touching the QueenEdit
Main Story: Australian Election, John Howard v Kevin Rudd (01:31)
- Who molested the Queen, John Howard or Paul Keating?
- Australian Fact Box
Party funding issues! Oh no! (08:48)
- busking for election money
- Stalin or Mr Bean?
- John says "schwag" which is definitely how that is pronounced
- Andy: "get a go with the Queen," "I feel the same way about Florence Nightingale" (14:25)
A bear named Mohammed (15:39)
- teacher sentenced for allowing children to name a teddy bear Mohammed, JAIL THE CHILDREN!
Peace Watch (17:47)
- King Solomon, severed baby analogy, with mustard on the side
- Terrorists stole listener's kidneys
- Google French military victories
- An american confirms all Americans were moving house last week
- I'm making a pizza, is that awesome?
- Miami Dolphins so close to achieving the winless season
- Transatlantic punching fest or something
- Pigeon racing not a sport?? John: "I'm not a pigeon expert"
Audio cryptic crossword (25:20)
- 11 across
Advent calendar (25:55)
- Dec 1st-3rd
Issue 9: Iran: Nukes or No Nukes?Edit
John talks about the writer's strike, wishes Andy a Happy Hanukkah.
Main Story: Iran's nuclear program halted (02:45)
- WWIII is overdue (05:50)
- Bolivia has too many submarines (07:15)
- List of nuke owners (10:00)
- Andy: "Mordecai, what a guy, put state secrets in the public eye" (12:40)
Bush writes a letter to Kim Jong Il
- Duke of Wellington trash talk (14:50)
- Flo's steamy letter (15:22)
Russian Election, what's so special about Putin? (15:50)
- Poisoning suspect elected as an MP
- Vote for Putin and win a Fridge!
Law Section (19:30)
- US Supreme Court to rule on Guantanamo
- Interrogation tapes destroyed, tape of the World's Longest Pets! (12:20)
- Superprisons in the UK
- Listener supports Andy's claim that Keating groped the Queen
- Greatest movie presidents
- Listener also thinks Flo is hawt, Andy encourages audience to email in about other attractions buglers have towards historical figures
- Sports personality of the year, nominations opened
- 14 across
Hanukkah Forecast, this year is a leap Hanukkah.
Issue 10: Have an Adequate ChristmasEdit
Issue 10A: The Very Best (so far!)Edit
Issue 11: After Iowa, only 302 days left to goEdit
Issue 12: Bush brings yet more chaos to the Middle EastEdit
Issue 13: After 433 years Sark finally gets democracyEdit
Issue 14: Money, Money, MoneyEdit
John sings money by Rick James (01:42) - "His stay was brief, but funky."
Main Story (01:55)Edit
Is the world on the brink of economic meltdown?Edit
- Another exchange rate joke (03:10)
- John "The US sneezed its economic balls off" (03:55)
- John "The french could be the most powerful people in the world if they all kept themselves to themselves" (08:35)
Resignation News (08:40)Edit
- Andy "£100000 could buy a seventeen second long presidential campaign" (10:08)
Middle East Update (11:00)Edit
- Gaza goes on an explosive shopping trip
Mitt Romney factbox (12:50)Edit
- Andy "If you do get in a wrestling match with a pig, these are the steps you should take. ..." (16:33)
Ask an American! (17:22)Edit
- John announces he is a 'complete convert' to Hotties from History (26:05)
- Mother Teresa Hotties Nomination (28:36)
Issue 21: Swearing at the Queen!Edit
Issue 24: Was Stonehenge an ancient taxdodge?Edit
THE BEST EMAIL EVER!
Issue 25: John loves the PopeEdit
Issue 26: Food! Nonexistent Food!Edit
Issue 27: The Swimsuit EditionEdit
Issue 28: Dead Hill WalkingEdit
Issue 29: Adults and AliensEdit
Issue 30: Volcano PornEdit
Issue 31: Sharon Stone fludges her pontulliusEdit
Issue 32: Obama and KSMEdit
Issue 33: George Bush: 'Regrets? I've had a few'Edit
Issue 34: You Will Know Us By Our Knobbly FruitEdit
"If you were a biscuit, what type of biscuit would you be?"
"If you weren't a cunt, what type of job would you have?"
Issue 35: Barack Obama and his disappearing change hatEdit
Issue 35*: Independence Day SpecialEdit
Issue 36: Oil Prices, recession & inflation but what do the G8 do? Have an 18 course mealEdit
Issue 37: Barack Obama is coming to Europe!Edit
Issue 38: Karadzic's Scooby Doo disguiseEdit
Issue 39: McCain, Andy and John plumb new depths with their Obama attack adEdit
Issue 40: Osama Bin Laden's taxi driverEdit
Issue 41: Russia gets gold at Olympic sport of invasionEdit
Issue 42: An Olympics SpecialEdit
Issue 43: Democratic convention specialEdit
Issue 44: Republican Convention SpecialEdit
Issue 44.1: The sub-issue you've all been waiting forEdit
Issue 45: Help Save The Investment BankerEdit
Issue 46: Economic Armageddon ApproachethEdit
Issue 47: Sarah Palin- One giant leap backwards for humankindEdit
Issue 48: How Low Will They Go?Edit
Issue 49: Joe the plumber now regrets chatting to Barack ObamaEdit
Issue 50: US Election nearly over!Edit
Issue 51: Let it all be over soon!Edit
Issue 52: Spoiler alert! Obama wonEdit
Issue 53: Obama and his not so secret code nameEdit
Issue 54: The Vegas SpecialEdit
Issue 55a: The Thanksgiving SpecialEdit
Issue 55: Shooting One's Own LegEdit
Issue 56: Selling Barack Obamas seatEdit
Issue 57: Hats off to Obama shoes off for BushEdit
Issue 58: What Did you get for Xmas? Peace In The Middle East?Edit
Issue 59: Why Obama's inauguration will be like the Rio carnivalEdit
Issue 60: Goodbye George Hello BarackEdit
Issue 61: Obama Inauguration SpecialEdit
Issue 62: Obama and his do nothing wonderlandEdit
Issue 63: Foreign Snow Invades BritainEdit
Issue 64: Bankers pretend to apologiseEdit
Issue 64 Appendage 1: The new webpage guided tourEdit
Issue 65: Will Obamas stimulus revive the world economy? Who caresEdit
Issue 66: Brown gets rubbish present from ObamaEdit
Issue 67: Monkey News Special!Edit
Issue 68: Obama and his Al Qaeda Style VideoEdit
Issue 69: Possibly the longest penis joke in the world, everEdit
Issue 70: G-G-G-G-G-GEEEE 20Edit
Issue 70.1: Supplementary Easter EggEdit
Issue 71: Torture and Dictators specialEdit
Issue 72: The Real Swine Flu VaccineEdit
Issue 73: Are the Taliban skiing down the Swat Valley?Edit
Issue 74: Claiming expenses for MPs that do not existEdit
Issue 75: What to do with Gitmo let fear decideEdit
Issue 76: Calling out North KoreaEdit
Issue 77: Gordon Brown gets a bad dose of the quitsEdit
Issue 78: Apathy or the far right Europe decidesEdit
Issue 79: Iranian election specialEdit
Issue 80: Iran, pick on a country your own size!Edit
Issue 80 point 5: Independence Day SpecialEdit
Issue 81: The G8 the world's slowest superheroesEdit
Issue 82: Freedom of Speech SpecialEdit
Issue 83: Obama pay for this or you will be deadEdit
Issue 84: Future SpecialEdit
Issue 85: I need a hero! Bill Clinton goes to North KoreaEdit
Issue 86: Burma triumphs in made up crime preventionEdit
Issue 87: Afghanistan celebrates election with fireworks or gunsEdit
Issue 88: Iran and its glitzy show trialsEdit
Issue 88.1: Travel SectionEdit
The Bugle is still on holidayEdit
Issue 89: Good Health Bad HealthEdit
Issue 90: Bring on the crazy, Gaddafi!Edit
Issue 91: Happy Birthday Communist ChinaEdit
Issue 92: Obama wins first preemptive Nobel Peace PrizeEdit
Issue 93: Peak Oil SpecialEdit
Issue 94: Does the EU really want El Presidente BlairEdit
Issue 94 and a half: Autumn VacationEdit
Issue 95: Walls Wars and PowerEdit
Issue 96: Two Star Review for this year's Queen's SpeechEdit
Issue 96A: Thanksgiving for BerlusconiEdit
Issue 97: Bad News for Stupid Buildings, Afghanistan and shoesEdit
Issue 98: Britant can no longer afford defence against aliensEdit
Issue 99: Berlusconi takes a cathedral to the faceEdit
Issue 99A: The Best of 99 BuglesEdit
Issue 99B: The Bugle Musical SpecialEdit
Issue 100: The 100th EpisodeEdit
Issue 101: Barack Obama and how to lose hope and irritate peopleEdit
Massachusetts elects Republican Scott Brown to the Senate; Democrats lose anti-filibuster majority.
"If you're Obama, Andy - and I know you're the first to admit you're not - then it's impossible to interpret this as anything other than a slap to the face, a kick to the balls, and an entirely unnecessary tweak to the left nipple." - John on Massachusetts electing Republican Scott Brown to the Senate.
"I'm sorry you don't agree with our healthcare platform, and I'm even sorrier that your mother's sexually transmitted diseases will now go untreated. BOOM." - John
John Edwards' lovechild
Kraft takes over Cadbury
"This will not stand. First they came for our tea, and I was not yet born, so I did not speak up. Then they came for Manchester United, but I was not a Manchester United fan so I did not speak up. Then they came for our mid- to low-range confectionery and I lost my shit. That's it Andy, I'm stitching my red coat, polishing my musket and I'll meet you on Virginia Beach. They've pushed us too far. We are taking America back!" - John gets a bit touchy about it
"Those are passionate words for someone who just used the word 'math'." - Andy's response
Issue 102: Why the global economy is like ElvisEdit
104: Valentines Day SpecialEdit
Issue 104a: Where is John?Edit
Issue 105: Back off our islands Argentina!Edit
Issue 106: The American right to flip the birdEdit
Issue 107: An Ethics SpecialEdit
Issue 108: Eyes on AfricaEdit
Issue 109: In Rude HealthEdit
11:05 And Minority Leader Boehner has responded to this by saying "I know many Americans are angry over this health care bill and that Washington Democrats just aren't listening, but as I've said, violence and threats are unnacceptable. Thats not the American way." Oh, really? Try telling that to anyone wearing a red coat in Boston in the late 1700s. Cuz it sure as shit felt like it was the American way then. As the crowd surged towards you with a barrel of tar and a bag of feathers. No, I'm not over it!
Issue 110: Britain Holds Its BreathEdit
Issue 111: Some Seroiously Bad Pope-ingEdit
Issue 112: Birthday Party! Super Best Friends Invited!Edit
Issue 113: Countdown to Vote-ageddonEdit
Issue 114: Waking Up In A Different BritainEdit
Issue 115: Five more years of thisEdit
The UK has a government again! Andy: "So they get to be in government, despite having missed the biggest sitting duck since the 35 stone Hawaiian sumo wrestler Konishiki dressed up like a mallard for a pond awareness campaign photo shoot but fell asleep in an armchair."
No email and it's TOM'S FAULT.
Pitch invasions by fans of the Philadelphia Phillies, and an excellent baseball-related double bird.
The Bugle: Recent Decents - May 2010Edit
Assembled by Producer Chris.
Long introduction: Italian food, Italian roadkill, other roadkill.
Feature: Sleep and the risks of not getting enough.
British political parties that are amazingly not bullshit.
Limited overs cricket.
Email: ceremony to commemorate Florence Nightingale, proposed Hotties from History gathering.
Issue 116: Freeze The OilEdit
Andy's daughter Mathilda and how Andy gets her to eat.
John meets the US soccer team that will play at the World Cup for the Daily Show.
Andy tells about a historical belch.
Top story: Oil slick on the Louisiana coast. Measuring oil in milk jugs. Or, say, cricket bats. Producer Chris does essential research.
Robert Mugabe sending an ark of African animals to Kim Jong Il.
Email: London 2102 Olympics mascots that look like penises.
Email: Request for John to record a Bugle alarm clock.
Email: The Bugle as an exam revision tool.
Issue 117: She bored'er colleaguesEdit
John meets the granddaughter of W.C. Fields. The timelessness of stupid jokes. Make The Bugle hereditary.
Top story: Israel boards/storms a ship resupplying Gaza.
Joke political party in Iceland is elected.
Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson are planning a huge concert in Australia for dogs.
PUN RUN: dog puns.
Scientists on coffee. Massive use of coffee by both John and Andy. Chris does research on what little milk pots are called.
Email: Calculating the oil spill in terms of cricket bats.
Email: student in Wisconsin paints John and Andy.
Email: Bugler writes from Antarctica. Reprise of Build Me Up Buttercup from Bugle 93.
Issue 118: World Cup SpecialEdit
Introduction: World Cup! John will be in Johannesburg.
Top Story: Preview of England vs the USA in the World Cup! John has pretaped three different Daily Show segments for the three possible outcomes.
Bugle Classic World Cup Commentaries: 1954 World Cup Final: Germany v Hungary.
Bugle Classic World Cup Commentaries: 1986 World Cup Quarterfinal: Mexico v Argentina featuring Diego Maradona.
Preview: English Hooligans v South African Police Force.
Bugle World Cup Quiz! Includes traces of fact. Andy: "This is a fact...of sorts."
Great World Cup Moments
Forecast: Who will win the World Cup?
Issue 119: Oil Never Do It AgainEdit
Andy: "the first Bugle ever to be recorded during a World Cup."
Top Story: Oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Producer Chris does real-time wikipedia research on whether halibut eat plankton.
Minerals found in Afghanistan, and Gen. Petraeus faints before Congress.
Shittest World Cup ever! North Korea reports on its national football team's performance; John and Andy compare this to Kim Jong-il's golf skill. The ball being used in the World Cup sucks.
27:10 Vuvuzela discussion. Andy is not a fan.
Email: USA vs England: "F**k you and your butterfingers goalie! USA! USA!"
Email: Massive wang drawn on a bridge in St Petersburg.
31:00-34:35 Email: A listener offers to make the Bugle official sponsor of his wedding. Discussion ensues.
34:35 Email: Best first sentence of a news story.
Condolences to sound engineer Paul whose basketball team lost some kind of championship thingy.
The Times puts the Bugle web page behind a paywall.
Issue 120: McChrystal BallsEdit
The Bugle is passing the 70 hour mark!
Top Story: General Stanley McChrystal complains about the running of the war in Afghanistan and it's published in Rolling Stone. Oops. Includes an excellent bird. Andy quotes General David Petraeus giving an interview to a magazine for teenage girls.
Pensions in the UK public sector.
Booboo news: Islamic cleric says a man drinking a woman's breast milk makes them family. Theological discussion ensues.
World Cup is less shit now! Especially because the French have been hilariously bad. Exclusive English-language commentary on the French performance.
Tom the Producer drops by to talk about the World Cup, take the piss out of England, and say fuck you, Chris.
Email: Suggested highly Bugle-influenced wedding vows.
Sport: Wikipedia vandalism affecting golfer Graeme McDowell. Extremely long tennis game and other long sporting events.
Issue 121: I spy with my little eye..Edit
For the week beginning 5th July, 2010.
John tells about hosting a charity award ceremony at Radio City Music Hall. John: "all that razzmatazz culminating in a bespectacled English man walking out in a grey suit looking like he's about to talk to everyone about their taxes".
Andy tells about history that was overlooked at the time. The Queen and Clark Gable on D-Day -- who knew...
Top story: Inept spies in the USA. John: "Andy, there are only three things better than stories about spies; they are: ice cream, the release of Nelson Mandela, and Lionel Messi."
Barack Obama criticised for playing too much golf. Commentary included.
Barack Obama and David Cameron trade beers.
King Tut's penis has disappeared!
World Cup: Disappointment about England's elimination. John manages to keep his girlfriend.
Email: Flipping the bird with an actual bird.
Issue 122: Donald Trump in dragEdit
Issue 122a: History of the World Part 1Edit
Issue 122b: History of the World Part 2Edit
Issue 122g: History of the World Part 3Edit
Issue 122d: History of the World Part 4Edit
Issue 123: That clock is pimped out!Edit
Issue 124: Brazilliant!Edit
Issue 125: Donor FatigueEdit
Issue 126: Let's talk about peace, babyEdit
Issue 127: 12 Friends and 1 ChampionEdit
Issue 128: UN-couthEdit
Issue 129: Kim Jong UnbelievableEdit
Issue 130: Fire SaleEdit
Issue 131: A Miner CelebrationEdit
Issue 132: Massive CutsEdit
Issue 132 and a bit: Cut for a reasonEdit
Issue 132 and an old bit: No BugleEdit
Issue 133: Backwang ForeverEdit
Issue 134: Royal Wedding Souvenir EditionEdit
Issue 135: Kim Jong il-conceivedEdit
Issue 136: Do I Not Leak ThatEdit
Issue 137: Crazies SpecialEdit
Issue 138: A Christmas Bugle!Edit
Issue 138a: More Old GoldEdit
Issue 138b: Review of 2010Edit
Issue 139: *Spoiler alert* 2011 Preview SpecialEdit
-Britain to allow public to submit bills to parliament
-Dead bird news
Issue 140: The Divorce of a NationEdit
Issue 141: Tunisia is RevoltingEdit
Issue 142: Egypt EruptsEdit
Issue 143: Egypt crisis - a good time to buy a jumperEdit
Issue 144: No Going MubarakEdit
Issue 144a: Lowlights 2011Edit
- "Some shit bits that weren't good enough to go on recent shows" - Andy
- (19:20) Chris says that Andy and John don't love us as much as he does, and he can "barely, barely hold back the contempt I have for you at the best of times". Fuck you Chris.
Issue 145: Libyeah or LibynaEdit
- First ever Bugle from Asia, first Bangalore Bugle.
- British imperialism bit
- 400 Years to the day since Swiss King Olaf The Weird inadvertently discovered skiing
- As many Bugles as flavors of ice cream at John the Baptist's 5th birthday party
- Top Story: Unrest Update; Libyikes!
- Gaddafi bits
- "[Gaddafi] is like Puff Daddy or Madonna, Andy. When you've been in power for as long as he has, you have to keep re-inventing yourself so that you stay relevant and people don't get bored" - John
- Silvio Berlusconi news (23:45)
- "We've all got our Hosni Mubarak excuses" - Andy
- Leadership birthday news (26:20)
- Robert Mugabe turned 87 this week. Sent a cermonial 87 "fuck you"s from the rest of the planet
- Uganda news (28:10)
- Bugle feature section: travel! (30:05)
- British imperialism reference
Issue 146: Long over-JewEdit
Issue 146a: Lowerlights 2011Edit
Issue 147: Man Versus NatureEdit
Issue 147a: Zaltman, live from DhakaEdit
Issue 147b: More Salztman, live from DhakaEdit
Issue 148: Mayhem UpdateEdit
Issue 149: #crucifybieberEdit
World's highest-scoring football match! 147-0, and the entertaining true story of why.
Justin Bieber causes diplomatic incident in Israel. Analysis of Bieber lyrics with Israel in mind.
Israel's foreign minister flushes a toilet live on air during a radio interview. John thinks this should happen more often.
Unrest in Syria. The Economist and its Unrest Index.
Czech minister steals a pen.
210-foot penis painted on bridge in St Petersburg wins an award as a work of art!
Email: The Bugle is not funny enough to distract a man from his own vasectomy.
Andy's bullshit story about a new approach to bullfighting.
Second fundraiser featuring Andy's daughter's athletic achievement.
Issue 150: Royal Wedding PreviewEdit
The royal wedding is nearly here!
Also: Happy Good Friday, when Andy's people brought a man to justice.
John was in London, and he and Andy went out to eat in Chinatown and had a peppery meal.
There are the same number of Bugles as psalms in the Bible! Andy mentions some Psalms that didn't make the cut.
Jesus gives a post-crucifixion press conference. The Gospel According to Alvin.
Royal wedding! The importance of the event. John sings "Comfortably Numb".
Prince Charles has become the longest-serving heir apparent in British history.
Andy suggests gifts for the royal couple. The Queen has now met the parents of her future granddaughter-in-law.
Andy reports on what the bride will wear.
Kate Middleton's family has had a new coat of arms designed. John and Andy don't think much of it, and suggest that Buglers submit designs for the Bugle Coat of Arms. Chris submits a drawing of two sets of cock 'n' balls. Andy makes this into a contest; the prize is a mug from the Royal Wedding of Charles and Diana.
People in Wales have the opportunity to write in a guestbook for the royal wedding. John and Andy discuss the importance of having moderators filter what is written. John solicits guestbook entries from Buglers.
Royal wedding things bookies are taking bets on: what will be served at the dinner?
Andy reports on world leaders' responses to the wedding and tells about special bylaws that only apply on days of royal weddings.
The Bugle Archives: 1934, when Prince George of Kent married Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark. Exclusive archival recording from the BBC.
Email: No email will be read out that isn't royal wedding related!
Sport: No sport, only weddings!