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The LF #26: The Rise of the Machines

The Future. For many it looks as though we are on the cusp of a technological utopia. One that we have created ourselves through our own clever machinations. But what if we are unknowingly heading down a dark and destructive path? A path where, without realising it, we have created the tools of our own demise. What if the technology we are busy creating one day turns against us?

In this, the third in our series of survival guides, we look at the possibilities of...THE RISE OF THE MACHINES! How will you survive when mankind is being eliminated and turned to slavery by the very robots, computers and appliances that it's invented. Where do you hide? What essential items do you need?

With the help of the liberated irregulars, the Liberation Frequency editorial team take a light-hearted, down-to-earth look at various scenarios, with advice on how YOU can survive!

And, once you've listened to the podcast, and the robot rebellion has begun, make sure you've got Lofty's Rise of the Machines Playlist with you to help you through the crisis...

Coldplay - Don't Panic
Ben Howard - Keep your head up
Mazzy Star - Into Dust
The Baseballs - I Don't Fee Like Dancing
Simple Minds - Alive and Kicking
A Tribe Called Quest - Can I kick it ?
SOS Band - Just Be Good To Me
Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence
John McCormack - It's a Long Way to Tipperary
Hard Fi - Hard To Beat
The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition
Snow Patrol - Fallen Empires
Talk Talk - It's My Life
Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart

Host: Denis-Jose Francois Guests: Bernice Watson, Dan Collacott, Imran Mirza

Special Thanks to The Liberated Irregulars: Mervyn Charles, Gavin O'Reilly, Tim Mehmet, Richard Costin, Nathan Dodge, Harry 1, Shane LightOwler, Martin Barry, "Dave, Seth & Vanessa", Lofty, Giuseppe De Chiara


 

 

The LF Podcast 26 - 11th Oct 2012

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