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Punch Up The Jam | Last Christmas (with Kevin Porter and Anthony Troli)

Every week, comedians/best friends Miel Bredouw and Demi Adejuyigbe attempt to fix a popular song despite absolutely no qualifications.

Every week, comedians/best friends Miel Bredouw and Demi Adejuyigbe attempt to fix a popular song despite absolutely no qualifications. PUNCH UP THE JAM is a show cataloguing their descent into madness as they review, rewrite, and remix all the hits you love to hate, or just love (until they ruin it for you).

It's a Christmas Spectacular! Kevin Porter (Good Christian Fun) and fan favorite Anthony Troli drop by to help figure out why on gourd's green earth Patrons chose 'Last Christmas' by Wham! as this month's 'you pick punch-up'. This episode would go off the rails but it is truly never on them.


This week's UNPUNCHABLE JAMS: 'Christmas in LA' by Vulfpeck, 'I'm Not Ready For Christmas (feat. Mae Whitman)' by Chris Farren, 'Happy Xmas (War is Over)' by John Lennon, 'White Christmas' by The Drifters.

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Music

Holy Swift | Episode 103 - Cold As You

Three Taylor Swift superfans dissect the entire Swiftography... but not, like, in a creepy way.

Holy Swift is a weekly podcast where three Taylor Swift superfans (Jessica Zaleski, Krista Doyle, and Kelly Boyles) dissect the entire Swift discography (Swiftography?), song-by-song, in meticulous detail. But not, like, in a creepy way.

On this week's episode, we talk about workout jams, Grammy nominations, and the song 'Cold As You'.


Listen to the full episode below.

Episode 103 - Cold As You

On this week's episode, we talk about workout jams, Grammy nominations, and the song Cold As You. (58 minutes)

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Politics

Hyer’s Highlights: A Cashless Future

As it becomes easier to pay for things with contactless cards... will we ever go completely cash-less?

Hyer’s Highlights: A Cashless Future

Shops, restaurants and stores all over the world are starting to refuse to accept cash payments are becoming more commonplace.

Ikea in Sweden, for instance, has experimented with a cashless outlet. In fact, Sweden is the most cashless society on the planet; not even 1% of the value of all payments were made using coins or notes last year. Australia ranks not far behind, with an ever-present use of contactless for speed and ease, making cash an almost spent force, if you pardon the pun.


UK Finance, a trade association, predicts that in Britain, cash will be used in just one fifth of all sales by 2026. In the last year alone, over 4,000 cash machines have been removed. But cash remains a permanent features across the pond in the US, where a market research firm disclosd that “hard currency” will still be around “for a…

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