We discuss the wonders of Nigel, both in attitude and fashion sense, and even watch him live displaying poor attitude and fashion sense. Which must have made great radio. We discuss the victory over the blades, the upcoming visit of Barnsley and next Tuesday’s trip to the Iron.
Fashion – turn to the left etc. Chav. Lexicon. Bootsie. Winkie being loved. Which sounds weird. Texts, Tweets, Defenders of the Franchise and Anthems. Again. We repeated stuff this week without meaning to. Without meaning to.
Music came from Stump, which was a sensational way to start the show, and The Smiths, which was a rather grand way to end it, even if I do say so myself.
The MooCamp Radio Show – enjoyed by more people than I’ve got ten pound notes. But not that many more.
We chew the fat over the departure of young Benik Afobe, we discuss the excitement and hilarity of Crawley away, including Teagate and Izale. We also take a look at the upcoming visit of young Master Clough and his Blades on Saturday.
We dip into the world of fashion with Carl Baker’s Tea Couture, Young Alby stand-in Twilley does the Lexicon of Chav and Twilley and Nick join us for a fairly lengthy Franchise Watch. All the usual features are there too, and we even have a couple of correct guesses for The Roundabout of the Week.
Music came from A Flock of Seagulls, who are Gers’ favourite band.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like staring at people when they don’t know you’re looking. You know it’s wrong, but it feels so right.
We have a veritable feast of football to discuss, and discuss it we do – we talk at length about the 7-0 against Oldham, the 0-1 at Notts County, and at considerably less length about the 0-3 and 0-1 at home to Walsall and Chesterfield respectively.
We hear about your resolutions in the question of the week, we get cryptic on your asses in the Roundabout, and even the joke has a festive flavour. We bring you the latest from Old Bootsie, Bovril, Chavland, Winkie-Loving and much, much more.
Music came from Green Day and King Kurt, the former being the best track that Modders has ever suggested and the latter being better than that.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like history never happened, but nobody cared.
The one where we talk about the valiant point away at Preston, the upcoming visit of inconvenient Oldham and Adam Faiers phones up to talk about pictures and biscuits.
We’ve got a festive Question of the Week, a Dutch-themed Roundabout of the Week and possibly the finest Lexicon of Chav so far. We work our way through masses of texts and tweets, mostly in the wrong order and we generally have a lot of fun (again) while we’re doing it.
Music comes from Catatonia and appropriately from Dan Hartman.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like central heating for your feet and ear muffs all in one.
We talk to Shortcut App supremo Richard, we discuss the less than impressive performance against Chesterfield and the upcoming trip to Preston.
We have a gorgeous episode of The Lexicon of Chav, a trip into the wider football world in Winkie is Loved by, we hear what the world is saying about us and we hear about your guilty pleasures in the Question of the Week.
Music comes from The Lemonheads, The Longpigs and Eels (of God).
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s familiar enough to be comforting, but still has the power to disturb.
We talk about 6-0, 1-0, 2-1, 4-0 and just about everywhere inbetween. We talk about the annihilation of Colchester, the winning dirty at Sheffield United, the upcoming visit of Chesterfield in the cup and The Heel of God.
We hear from Old Bootsie, we have more from the Lexicon of Chav, we have masses of answers to the HOG Day based question of the week and even greater quantities of what people have been saying about us.
Music comes from Kasabian and The Jam, which shows just how wide our appeal is – we’re not just about the 70s and 80s you know. Except for The Jam.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like National HOG Day each and every week, and it’s lovely.
Issue 2.17 of The MooCamp Radio Show where we discuss the victory over Port Vale, the draw with Rochdale and the upcoming visit of Colchester. And the win over Manchester Utd. And Ali Gerba.
We see just who loves our Chairman in Winkie is Loved By, we find out who would be first on your team sheet in the Question of the Week, we cryptically challenge you to identify this week’s Roundabout of the Week and discuss the allegedly nefarious actions of our programme sellers.
Music comes from the delightfully named Nerfherder, Japan and The Jesus and Mary Chain, even if we did have to put them on while we were talking.
The MooCamp Radio Show – more fun than attacking a mild skin irritation with sandpaper. Listen now.
Issue 16 of season 2 of The MooCamp Radio Show, where we talk about what we did at the weekend, we discuss the possibility of Spurs moving to Stadium Colon MK for a season or two and even get a few minutes to talk about football and the upcoming Port Vale match.
We spring a Lexicon on Darren Hoy, which he copes with magnificently, we have a morse code excuse from Lieutenant Dan, masses of texts from MK and London and you tell us who you’d like to bring back to the club.
Music came from Japan (covering a Barbara Streisand song no less) and The Killers (not covering a Barbara Streisand song, though we won’t hold that against them).
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like life, but squished into a thimble so there’s no room for any of the dull stuff.
We talk about the recent win over Port Vale in the cup, we discuss the season so far and where we’re going to end up, and we muse on the upcoming second round tie at home to Chesterfield.
We replace Modders with Keyser Soze for the evening, we hear from Grigg and Baker the Master Bakers, we dabble with roundabouts, links and bovril, tell jokes and we give your (yes your!) texts, tweets and facebooks the platform they truly deserve.
Music comes from The Lotus Eaters and The Divine Comedy, with random snippets from Five Star and Japan, which is both odd and reassuring at the same time.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s what Wednesdays were invented for when there’s no decent football on. Probably.
The one where we finally got to play The Cure (but only by putting it on first).
Issue 2.14 of The MooCamp Radio Show, where we discuss the visit of Swindon, the visit by the Kingston lot, the MKDSA FIFA night and the upcoming trip to Port Vale.
We get more insight from the gutter in The Lexicon of Chav, Paul Heald pops in to use his healing powers once more and we continue the remarkably popular Joke of the Week series, along with your thoughts on Daniel Powell and lots more.
Music comes from The Cure and David Bowie, which would be a great double act, had they not already played together at Dave’s 50th.
The MooCamp Radio Show – the show that gives you a warm tingly feeling that’s a cross between genuine happiness and having lost control of your bladder.