The MooCamp Radio Show issue 2.32 talks about the recent victory over Notts County, the postponed visit of Doncaster Rovers and anything else that springs to mind.
We bring you answers, sibling rivalry, we bring you the return of the healer himself – Mr Paul Heald, and we hear just why Lieutenant Dan isn’t going to be on the show this week. Along the way we immerse ourselves in the media to get an outsiders perspective on all things Franchise and we generally enjoy ourselves.
Music comes from Sham 69, which brings about the earliest recorded mention of that Man Utd game (4-0 I think) to date, and Blur, which doesn’t.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like you’ve got a friend, even when you don’t want one, and especially when you don’t need one.
The MooCamp Radio Show brings you issue 31 of this exciting season, where we discuss the draw at Walsall, the victory at Oldham and ask ourselves whether we’re back on track again.
We share someone else’s Tenuous Link, we fail to ask Lieutenant Dan about Oldham and we hear your views on when one is better than none. In amongst all of that, we hear from people who can’t spell Secklow, people who can’t spell Robinson and people who simply can’t spell, but who have a laptop.
Music comes from Adam Ant and Sugar, which wouldn’t have been too bad if Modders hadn’t chosen the Adam Ant song.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like taking a relaxing bath in the town square on a Saturday afternoon, though we’re not sure exactly why.
The MooCamp Radio Show discusses the disappointment of the MK Dons against Preston, we ask just what’s going wrong at the moment, and we look forward to the trips to Walsall and Oldham. Well we discuss them. We’re not going, so its not all that important really.
We bring you the pick of the MK Dons views, news and shoes (no idea what that means) – we bring you the Franchise Watch, the Roundabout of the Week, we give you the answer and you give us the question, and we bring you all your own texts and tweets and stuff.
Music came from Morphene – just the one tonight, though we did have a bit of Liquidator in the background during Franchise Watch. And Land of Hope and Glory while Gers ranted over the top, which could become something of a theme.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like a relative that you know you dislike, but when you know you’ve got too much in common to ever tell anyone just how much.
Just a quick note to say that if you’ve tried to listen to this week’s MooCamp Radio Show in the last couple of hours, you might have had a distinct feeling of Deja Vu. That’s partly due to our standard approach of recycling content, but mainly due to the fact that I managed to upload last week’s show again.
I’ve modified it now, so all the links will now bring you the proper show.
The Return of the Chav
The MooCamp Radio Show issue 2.29, where we discuss the defeat at Coventry, the disaster against Chesterfield and the impending disaster against Preston. Which is nice. Spleens are vented, words are had and general glumness fills the studio.
‘Here’s the answer, what’s the question’ returns by popular request, along with ‘Where’s Robbo Going This Week’ and Lieutenant Dan’s Excuse of the Week. And Alby too.
We spend our time doing what we usually do, which is taking the mickey out of everyone and everything, so you don’t have to, which is pretty nice of us to be honest.
Music came from The Sultans of Ping FC and The Smiths – beat that if you can.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like the real world, but just a little bit odder.
Twilly gets all Chavvy, (is there two vs in Chavvy or one?), Modders takes a nap and Gers watches the football, so no change there really. We talk about top Dons moments, new signings and sibling rivalries, which makes this probably the most wonderful radio show on air. On secklow sounds this evening. Between 8 and 9.
Music came from The Bay City Rollers and The Magnetic Fields, which is about as eclectic a mix as you’ll find round these parts.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s why the close season was invented.
We chat about the less than wonderful thrashing at Gillingham, the return to form with a victory at Colchester and we realise that we’re playing Posh on Saturday, and we hadn’t really noticed. We welcome back Gers and celebrate the return of Twilley.
We muse about Young Alby playing Snooker instead of going to work like he’d told us, we continue to encourage the sibling rivalry between Carolyn and Lisa and hear Twilley do a pretty damn good impersonation of the chavmeister himself in The Lexicon.
Music comes from the late Steve Strange and the never early Style Council, which is a bit of an 80s fest when all is done.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s more entertaining than many illnesses and much cheaper.
Issue 26 of the difficult second season of The MooCamp Radio Show, where we discuss the best 0:0 we’ve seen in years, the best save all season, the worst pitch in a generation, and look forward to visits to places we’re probably not going to go to.
Bristol City, Bradford City, Gillingham and Colchester City. Four clubs in a single show? That’s great value.
We have the return of ‘Lisa or Carolyn?’, another glorious episode of The Lexicon of Chav and a Franchise Watch that went on too long. Much too long. And we started skipping bits before we got to the last page.
Anyway, masses of question of the week responses, some of which were very funny, and many of which were Paul Harris. And Scott McGregor.
Music was bought to you (eventually) by Transmission Vamp and The Verve, which is probably more music related Vs than we’ve had in a very long time.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s the juice that squirts out of a peach when you take a bite. It’s a bit special, but you know you’ll have to change your shirt afterwards.
The one where we talk about our new loan signings, both of whom seem rather familiar. We discuss the 5-0 mauling of Crewe, an away match which Alby remarkably gets to say ‘hand’ to and we all predict a victory against Bristol City on Saturday.
We dust off Lewie, we bring you the longest and most specialest Winkie is Loved By so far and we introduce Lisa vs Carolyn as a new bloodsport. There’s the usual mix of texts, tweets, Facebook rants and features, all wrapped up in a half-century of love and affection.
Music? Who needs it? Not us – not even a full track tonight, so we had two thirds of a White Lies track and that was it – how far have we come?
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s starting to be really, really good fun.
The show where we review the victory over t’Barnsley lot, we mull over the draw at Scunthorpe and look forward to the trip to Crewe, albeit rather briefly. Because none of us are going. Except possibly Twilley. And Alby.
Anyway, outside of that stuff, we’ve got the next in Gers’ managerial fashion critiques, the return of Young Alby to his true Lexiconic home and lots of your texts and tweets. We’ve got a question, a joke (a very cool one this week – jokes are cool) a roundabout with a stunningly clever and therefore genuinely wrong suggestion and considerably less stuff than was in the script.
Music came from Goldfinger (?) and The Velvet Underground, rather than Nene and McBusted, which can only be a good thing.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like slippers for your heart.