The one after the Barnsley and Bradford games. We talk about the excitement and anguish of the 5-3 and the frustrations of the 1-2, along with a brief chat about the upcoming visit of the boys from Crewe.
We discuss whether Luke Ashmead is Jesus, we look at where Robbo is supposed to be leaving us for this week, we chat about how we’ve been described in the media this week and we engage in textual banter with a first time listener.
Music comes from Ride and The Beautiful South, which gives me something of a warm tingle inside.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like having an uneducated cousin who is physically strong. Great to have around, but you’re not likely to admit you’re related to him.
The MooCamp Radio Show manages to put on a show when there hadn’t been any football to talk about. Exciting or what? We discuss the upcoming Barnsley match, we forget to discuss the Bradford match, we discuss what we did at the weekend and we mention the JPT draw once or twice. Or maybe a few more.
The Armitage Shanks Memorial Clock gets a few mentions in light of the aforementioned draw, we improve David Martin’s song, we hear from Lieutenant Dan and we do lots of the usual features. We’ve got texts and tweets aplenty, most of which were genuine, and we have a rather good time.
Music came from Morrissey, The Alarm and something call Swedish House Mafia. Cheers for that Modders.
The MooCamp Radio Show – probably the most fun you can have without threatening the ozone layer.
The MooCamp Radio Show – the only MK Dons Radio Show worth listening to, and indeed the only MK Dons Radio Show. We talk about the visits of Crawley and Leicester, the upcoming football-free weekend and Saturday’s JPT Draw which may lead to the resetting of the Armitage Shanks Memorial Clock once again. We might have mentioned the Man Utd match once or twice too. Just for giggles.
We rewrite Will Grigg’s song, we hear more from Lieutenant Dan about why he can’t come on the show, and we take a walk through the mountain of texts, tweets and emails that you, our beloved listeners, are using to send us abuse and hugs.
Music comes from the Courteeners, Ezra Furman and Horse Thief, which is worth the absolutely nothing it costs you to listen to the show alone. Not that you have to listen alone. You know what I mean.
The MooCamp Radio Show – bringing The Franchise to your ears, in a relaxed, but energetic fashion that will warm things.
The one after the Man Utd match. The 4-0 Man Utd match. Yup. 4-0.
We talk about the Coventry match a bit, but mainly the Man Utd match. We barely mentioned the upcoming Crawley match. Sorry. But we did also mention the Man Utd match a few times. The 4-0 Man Utd match.
We also take a look at The Lexicon of Chav, What’s on Top of Daniel Powell’s Boots, The Roundabout of the Week, Lieutenant Dan’s Excuse of the Week and loads more. Though nowhere as near as many features as we’d planned. As we kind of got distracted talking about the Man Utd match.
Music this week came from Art Brut and The Damned, and didn’t come from Dennis Wilson, which was planned, but didn’t happen. We didn’t have time you see. We were too busy talking about the Man Utd match.
It might seem like we’re labouring this whole Man Utd match a little, but while for them it’s a match they’ll barely remember, for us, it’s one that we’ll never forget. So we’ll talk about it a bit
The MooCamp Radio Show – bringing football-related radio into your ears in a fashion that’s quite unique, but isn’t necessarily a good thing.
The One Where We Don’t Say 3-1 Quite So Often
Issue three of what has recently been described as “the only Dons Show worth popping in to every now and again” so you really ought to have a listen.
This week we talk about the trip to Posh, we pretend we went to Chesterfield so we can talk about that and we mention the upcoming Man Utd match a few times too. We didn’t have time to talk about Coventry much. Sorry.
We have more from Lieutenant Dan’s excuse of the week, we introduce Tom Hitchcock Presents, we continue to try to make Darren Potter and the Deathly Hellos into something worth listening to, along with loads of input from you, our dear listeners.
Music was provided by Department S, The UK Subs and The Who. Which is good. Honestly.
The MooCamp Radio Show – you know you’d probably miss it if it wasn’t on.
Yes boys and girls, momentous times are upon us. I can now announce that, having received formal notification from those in the know, that our visitors on Tuesday did indeed choose to crap on the floor once again.
Therefore, if you could please imagine a drum roll while you read the following announcement:
Having previously run for 618 days without incident after the ‘unpleasantness’ of the first visit from the Kingston club, the Armitage Shanks Memorial Clock has now had to be reset after their second visit. It means that once again, the self-proclaimed saviours of football have displayed behaviour that even household pets can be shamed out of without difficulty.
To all those involved, and to all those who’ve encouraged and supported this rather odd belief that these people can do no wrong, I raise a glass of cherryade to you all.
The Armitage Shanks Memorial Clock now stands at:
The one where we mention 3-1 an awful lot.
You can also hear The Roundabout of the Week, Darren Potter and the Deathly Hellos, The Bovril Forecast, Tenuous Links and all your other favourites. And the stuff that you’re bored of. Because we can. 3-1.
Music was bought to you by Tubeway Army, The New Seekers and The Smiths, and I’ve got a feeling I’m the first person to ever play a show featuring just tracks from those three artists. 3-1.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like listening to someone playing a beautiful violin solo while bathing in honey. 3-1.
The first issue of the difficult second season and what an issue it was. We had new mics, a new desk, a riotous meeting taking place in the studio kitchen that was picked up by said new mics, and we even found the time to have some fun too.
Highlights of the show include Lieutenant Dan’s Excuse of the Week, What’s on the top of Daniel Powell’s Boots, Randall and Hitchcock (deceased) and far more football talk than we usually find time for.
Music was brought to you courtesy of Tatu, The Toy Dolls and The Wedding Present, which seems like a fairly eclectic sort of mix.
If you like your football with a franchise sort of flavour, then you want to listen to The MooCamp Radio Show, so you might as well start here.
It’s the last show of the season! Issue 23 of The MooCamp Radio Show – the ONLY radio show for fans of the MK Dons soccerball team.
We talk about the feast of orangeness that was the #orange4lewie celebratory Orient match. No idea what happened on the pitch, but we had a great day. We stretch the boundaries of our technology knowledge and speak to local broadcasting legend Luke Ashmead live on the radio via the electric telephone.
All of that, plus the usual mix of features, texts, tweets and stuff that gets progressively more hurried as the show goes on.
Music came from The Kingsmen, The Kinks and Teach-In, which was a fitting way to end the season.
Thanks for listening – maybe we’ll be back next season.
It’s the one before the last one! Issue Twenty Two of The MooCamp Radio Show – and what an issue it was.
We’re the Radio fanzine thing for fans of the MK Dons soccer ball team, people who’ve suddenly found a huge gap in their lives since the end of Monkey Planet and people who crave the excitement and danger that comes from a poorly prepared live radio show.
We were light on presenters this week with both one man and his bushwhacker finding alternative opportunities for entertainment. Against such challenging odds, Brando and Modders soldiered on and managed to cover up the fact that they know nothing about football, at least up until the first time we tried to speak about it.
We bring you the roundabout of the week, Robbo’s not fat he’s…, Things more masculine than Darren Potter’s tache and the most tenuous of tenuous links. And loads more obviously. Lots of orange stuff too. #orange4lewie
Music this week came from AC DC, The Clash and Sham 69 which ought to be enough to get some of the old ones amongst you tuning in again next week when we’ll probably play some Abba.
The MooCamp Radio Show – if you could dream up a radio show, then this would be it. Probably.