Episode one of The MooCamp Radio Show went out on www.secklowsounds.org earlier this evening and, while it was a little chaotic at times, we had some fun. Thanks to those who listened live, thanks to those who got involved by text/phone/email/tweet and thanks to those who took the time to take the piss out of us afterwards – that’s what makes the it all worthwhile.
If you weren’t able to listen live, either due to technical problems, or due to the fact that you’ve got a life, then you can download or listen to it below. If you did listen live and you want to listen to it again, then I guess that’s ok too, though I’ll probably judge you. But just a little.
Just a gentle reminder that tonight is the night. After literally week of rehearsals, and more than £2.75 in expenses, The MooCamp Radio show will pilot tonight on www.secklowsounds.org at 9pm.
The MooCamp Radio Show will bring you great tunes, scintillating chat about football in general and The Dons in particular, combined with the sort of humour that wasn’t even funny when it was popular. What more reason do you need to tune in?
It’s not just one-way either. The more texts, emails, facebook posts, tweets and semaphore signals you contribute, the less we’ve got to do ourselves, and the more chance there is that there will be a sentence or two that you’ll genuinely enjoy.
You can join in by Facebook at www.Facebook.com/theMoocamp, tweet us directly on Twitter using @themoocamp, use #theMoocamp, email us- email@example.com, or you can text direct to the studio on 07848 93 03 96
We want to hear what you’ve got to say. Especially if it’s about last night’s result, gingers, roundabouts or gardening.
Starting on Wednesday 13th November at 9pm on www.secklowsounds.org, we’re immensely proud to announce the launch of The MooCamp Radio Show.
The MooCamp Radio Show lifts the lid on the world of the MK Dons, has a shuffle around, pokes fun at the bits that look interesting and pretty much ignores everything else. Each week we’ll bring you a combination of great tunes, football chat and the sort of humour that we should all have grown out of a long time ago. If you’ve ever wondered which of our players is descended from seagulls, or if you’ve ever wondered just what or who is more ginger than Lewie, then you’re in the right place.
You can take part by text, facebook, twitter, ESP or smoke signals – each week we’ll bring you the questions that really matter and ask you to give us the answers. It saves on research you see.