Resident Presidents archive editions
From this page you can access audio from October to December of 2006.
6th October 2006
Olushambles and Kibarkingmad are great admirers of the information management and leadership style of newly re-elected Gambian President Yahya Jammeh.
13th October 2006
Our resident God-fearing presidents are tickled by men in skirts getting hot under the collar about the antics of a rebel priest.
21st October 2006
Kibarkingmad has a theory about President George W Bush's War on Terror and, naturally, there's a colourful analogy to illustrate his point.
28th October 2006
Does the world not realise the onerous responsibility of defending one's territorial integrity? Our two presidents come out in sympathy with the Khartoum leadership.
4th November 2006
Bizarre paternal cooing from the big men as Olushambles, taking the lead from Madonna, considers adopting a British baby and rescuing it from a life of crisps and cola.
Our esteemed leaders are amused at Mo Ibrahim's new prize for achievements in leadership to be awarded to a former African head of state. Are they in the running for such an award they wonder?
18th November 2006
An accusation of a coup plot in Ghana has got the boys excited. Olushambles is convinced the continent thrives on such excitement, after all peace and security can be a bit dull.
25th November 2006
What - muse Olushambles and Kibarkingmad - would an African consider worth going to war for? A cow? the wife? land? Maybe. But surely, fighting for God is going a little to far?
2nd December 2006
Nearly 200 years since the abolition of slavery and UK PM Tony Blair catches the attention of Network's own leaders with a convoluted utterance that does everything but say 'sorry'.
9th December 2006
Kibarkingmad has a word or two for Somalia's Union of Islamic Courts in Kismayo this week after hearing that a ban has been imposed on khat.
Olushambles and Kibarkingmad note that the high season for female circumcision is nearly upon us, they discuss more humane ways that the male sex can maintain control of their women.
29th December 2006
President Olushambles is working on his New Year's address to the nation. We listen in on an early draft as he runs it past his co-hort, President Kibarkingmad.