Cabaret Voltaire's Breathe Deep from 2x45
Dave's visit to Park Hill Flats was inspired by the work of Stephen Willats
Gustav Metzger quote from "Writings 1953-2016" edited Matthieu Copeland
Carl gets annoyed about Giclee Prints
The Jimmies are watching Jean-Luc Godard's "One Plus One"
Gus's Welcome to Poundland in full.
Carl's website can be found under the manhole next to the petrol station.
"Modern" slavery and cannabis farms in The Guardian
Gus's Tree-Felling trauma.
Mary grew up next to Sellafield
Gus's infamous 1988 reading of Justine
Happy Birthday sung by the Jubilee Choir
some of Paul Neagu's works
Gus and Carl's bad taste INFECTED playlist
Jeremy Deller's re-enactment of the Battle of Orgreave
Documentary about the Nine O'Clock Service
Roland Howard's book about the NOS
Naima is looking at events in Madrid, Smara, and London.
More film of the Nine O'Clock Service.
"The Group" - Fabricata Illuminata - can be found on Anthony Bennett and Nick Cope's Sites.
The world of finance in London has been mapped marvelously by Joris Luyendijk
Additional audio recorded at Frank Goodman's Trading Floor by Vermeir and Heiremans
Bronze-age Stones on Ringinglow Moor.
Gus's Project Fear in full.
Paul Virilio's Speed and Politics
The full original track of Explosions in Dub
The famous Radioactive Pigeons and the women who looked after them.
Carl's interview based on actual police recruitments
Some more recordings of recruitment tactics.
Gus's song: The Trees
Carl and his dad are talking about Comrade Bala
This epidsode includes live sound from the Fabricata Illuminata performance "This Heat" recorded by Adi Newton.
watch edited excerpts from Potlach performed at the ICA by FI in 1986.
Fabricata Illuminata on Anthony Bennett's site.
Fabricata Illuminata on Nick Cope's site.
based incredibly loosely on Ecotopia by Ernest Callenbach
not included in the audio is Gus's song The World is Ours
Jo Piper references Robert Dayton, one of a trio of fictive artists covered in "The Art of Existence" in Robert Morris's Continuous Project Altered Daily.
Music by Gus and Section 28.
Dave references Withnail and I
"Haikus" courtesy of Language Is a Virus
Gus's music for this episode: Cybernetic Serendipity and State of Emergency