For a couple of guys who "wrote the book" on podcasting, this is a sad example of how to do it. The program is poorly organized -- almost as though it was thrown together on a cocktail napkin. I expect programs such as this to begin with the story that is most important to the largest audience segment, and then to proceed in order of declining importance. Instead, we get a long introduction as to where each of the hosts is, has been and will be, then we hear a long -- and often boring -- dialog from some remote stringer, etc., etc., etc. (For example, the report from the stringer in Singapore would not, for me, be the most important segment for an audience that is probably largely centered in the US and Great Britain.) The British host, Neville, seems to have the ability to take more time to say less than anybody I have heard. Yes, there is useful information on the program, and sometimes thought-provoking discussion, but the program could easily be done in 20 or 30 minutes and we'd all be ahead. I'm only thankful for the fact that my iPod has a fast forward button.