Danger – bad words lurk herein! The ‘Explicit’ tag has finally been switched on.
Episode 4 (30 minutes running time):
I’m feeling creative! And are those my nerves I see disappearing over the horizon? And am I getting good at this? Or is it a momentary aberration?
Adam Curry has a well-earned rest from doing the incoming announcement (but I’ve finally got around to asking for – and been given – his permission to use his voice for future episodes. Yay!).
This week’s Great Literary Beginnings wordage comes straight from the throat of The Lovely S!
Episode 4 comes from a rural portion of Worcestershire, England – where the weather (according to the media) is so unusual your trousers might fall off. Not. I mean not to your trousers falling off and not to it being unusual.
The discussion ranges far and wide this week and encompasses Ston Easton Horse Trials, consumer surveys and a range of other topics including an ad hoc film review!
Iron Maiden mashed with Public Enemy to bring you Hallowed Be Thy Enemy – produced by Wax Audio. If this isn’t a brilliant combination of two forms of entertainment, my name’s not Arlene Phillips.
The beautiful Midnight by Adrina Thorpe from the podsafe music network.
Bernard Kelly, Make A Move from the podsafe music network; a little rough around the edges but foot-tappin’ rock’n’roll.
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