Resident Presidents archive editions
From this page you can access audio from April to June of 2006.
8th April 2006
Graft is in the news and the Kenyan government again pledge to take action against those implicated in the Goldenburg Anglo-leasing scandal. Our Resident Presidents wade in on the anti-graft debate.
15th April 2006
Kibarkingmad and Olushambles are impressed that Ariel Sharon of Israel can win an election even while in a coma and wonder if their are benefits to be reaped from ill-health.
22nd April 2006
WHO statistics for Zimbabwe are published; life expectancy for men is 37 years, while for women it's down to a record low of 34. The president, however, has reached an impressive 82, a disparity not missed by our sagacious presidents.
29th April 2006
Charles Taylor finds himself in UN custody. What implications does this have for Olushambles and Kibarkingmad? They give it some thought.
A tour of Africa by Chinese leader, Hu Jintao, gives the old boys something to gossip about.
A few African vice-presidents have been getting themselves in the news for all the wrong reasons and this week our Network Presidents ponder what makes a 'good' vice-president.
20th May 2006
In Italy, Romano Prodi is due to take over the premiership from Silvio Berlusconi, a man who gives Olushambles and Kibarkingmad something to laugh at.
27th May 2006
A number of Africa's leaders have travelled abroad recently for hospital treatment. The Resident Presidents consider why their home country hospitals are not the first choice of the poorly leaders.
3rd June 2006
Smoking in public places has been under scrutiny on the continent and Kibarkingmad and Olushambles can't agree about the habit.
As the world football elite gather in Germany for the World Cup 2006, Olushambles is irritated that his boys didn't make the cut.
17th June 2006
In the UK, PM Tony Blair finds himself up against it. The Resident Presidents can help but have a little joke at his expense.
24th June 2006
Jacob Zuma's unfortunate safe-sex tips, that were revealed in the trial by which he was acquitted of rape, prompt Kibarkingmad and Olushambles to exchange their own fanciful Aids avoidance rituals.