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Bournemouth Backchat Episode #40 — Identity

There were so many directions we could go with this episode that we ultimately decided to chuck as many in as possible. Identity is very much in vogue, these days. How we identify... the ways in which we assert our identity... And then there are matters like secret identities. People who hide behind the anonymity of social media. All these and more serve as discussion points for this week's episode of Bournemouth Backchat...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #39 — Conspiracy Theories

And now for a podcast centred around one of Aaron Hayes' favourite subjects... Conspiracy Theories! Throughout this entire pandemic, the internet, social media, and comments...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #38 — Elections

In a slightly shorter instalment, our podcasting trio reflect on issues of elections, leadership, and revolution... Just because our episode of Bournemouth Backchat is shorter...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #37 – Retraining

This week's episode of Bournemouth Backchat is centred around careers -- most specifically the idea of retraining for "the new normal". The idea that sparked a lot of controversy throughout the UK's artistic and creative communities (communities that HQB Media prominently advocate). As such, our trio of presenters spend the episode giving their takes on retraining (and for what, specifically) and learning new skills...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode 36 — Spooky / Gypsy Sh*t

Our official podcast, Bournemouth Backchat, is back for a brand-new third series. Kicking things off with an episode fit for Halloween...! We couldn't keep our...

#ThrowbackThursday – Bournemouth Pier

  Can anyone guess when this photo of Bournemouth Pier was taken? Definitely looks a lot different to how it is today! If you have...

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #35 — Season Finale: 2020 Quiz-ion

Dale, Aaron and James were able to convene again in their old recording venue in Boscombe to produce this Season Finale. A quiz in which Aaron and James' wits and intelligence are pitted against one another. The prize? Well... there isn't one really, other than the label of "Intellectually Superior" (within the confines of this podcast...)

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #34 — A World Without Money, HQB Studios, and Would You Rather…?

We begin with Aaron's plans for a world without money, and the chaos it could potentially bring with it. Then Dale moves onto a different kind of plan -- one that follows on from a much earlier episode, which aims to turn HQB Media into a major media company on the South Coast. And finally, James, who has spent much of this season delivering tongue-in-cheek political commentary and economical forecasts, has finally exhausted his subject ideas and instead contents himself with a game of Would You Rather...?

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AFC Bournemouth: Supporters Back in the Stands

In the wake of Boris Johnson’s latest announcement, football stadia across the country will welcome fans into the stands from 2nd December. However, the news is subject to regional restrictions via the tier system. Tier One areas will allow up to 4,000 supporters to attend, while Tier Two areas can welcome back up to 2,000. Unfortunately, those in Tier Three areas will have to continue playing games behind closed doors. Thankfully, Bournemouth is in Tier Two...!