The Bugle

The Bugle is a weekly satirical news podcast, hosted by John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman, initially distributed by TimesOnline, but produced independently since January 2012. New episodes of The Bugle are released on Fridays with related material appearing on the official website.

Focusing on global news stories (but primarily on UK/US news items), the show was launched in 2007 following John Oliver's move to New York to work on The Daily Show, allowing Oliver and Andy Zaltzman to continue a partnership that had previously enjoyed success with Political Animal and The Department. In December 2011 The Times decided to stop producing the show and The Bugle became an independent production in January 2012.

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