Mother Nature isn't mad at us, she's just disappointed. For the last last couple of centuries, we've made a big mess and are doing a terrible job at cleaning it up. Is it possible to make things right before she disowns us entirely?
Releasing an episode about Russia on the 4th of July? Some might call it political satire about the rising influence of Russia on the American government... others might (correctly) call it poor episode planning.
Do you want to know who's going to win the UK election? Or maybe you want to find out what Richie did with a Star Wars Lego set and a bunch of old GameBoys? The answer to these questions and at least 3 and a half more are waiting for you in today's episode.
If you're like Richie, and all you know about political history comes from Hamilton the musical, then you're in luck. Bruce Carlson, the host of My History Can Beat Up Your Politics, takes the boys to school for a much needed history lesson on American politics.
Why is Richie covered in glitter? Why does Steve have a wind machine blowing his hair gracefully around his face? Why is special guest Dónal Mulligan wearing a sequin studded tuxedo? Because Eurovision, that's why!
We interrupt this broadcast to bring you a sleep deprived and giggle filled breakdown on the UK snap election announcement. Why was it called? Where do each of the political parties stand? What does it mean for Brexit? What is Theresa May's R&B name? Listen to find out.
Welcome to a very special, a very sultry, and a very velour clad episode of What am politics. Richie makes the most of getting to record in the evening for a change as Steve, conversely, endures the unforgiving cold and dark of recording at 6am.
How is the founding of the United States congress related to the rebooted Planet of the Apes movies? Listen to this weeks episode to find out as our boys tell you everything you need to know about "What am congress?"