In our 100th podcast, we're talking a hundred! A centenarian shares advice, cancelling highway plans, and remembering the birth of the aged rabble radio. You could also win an ipod nano!
(1:35 - 3:47) Highlights from the first 100 episodes.
(3:57-4:48) Wayne remembers the first meeting of what has become the rabble podcast network.
(5:10 -6:10) Introducing our new comment line. First caller wins an ipod nano. 1-360-566-2214
(6:10 -15:51) Stephen Rees on why a new highway plan should be scrapped to make way for farmland. It's all thanks to the global recession.
(16:21 - 19:42) Wait For It by Annabelle Chvostek
(20:35 -23:49) interview with Centenarian Anne McPhee
(24:50 - 28:01) Andy Stochansky and House of Gold
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