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Uncle Paul is Back! The MooCamp Radio Show 3.12 – Listen Now!

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The One Where Uncle Paul Came Back For A Visit

Issue 12 of season 3 of The MooCamp Radio Show – the MK Dons Radio Show that likes standing at the best of times, but loves standing in front of the terminally seated.

We revisit the highs, lows and mediums of our trip to Brighton, the warm welcome that we received, and the seemingly endless series of discussion points to not get too heated about. We get Paul Harris to sing us a song, we get Gers to tell us a fact and we get Modders to tell us a joke to our punchline, which he managed to do remotely.

We share some fantastic Franchise Watch entries from the Brightony and Charltony people, we look forward to our upcoming matches and realise that there aren’t any, so instead we prove that we have no idea who’s likely to get called up for international duty, and who’s fit enough anyway.

Music came from Devo, Barnes and Barnes (of course), Go West for which I apologise, with a smattering of ABC bubbling under the surface.

The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like another language, but one where you can already understand about a third of the words.

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It’s just a jump to the left – The MooCamp Radio Show 3.11 – Listen!

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The one that was just a jump to the left.

The ONLY MK Dons Radio Show on the planet, and quite possibly anywhere else, brings you our thoughts on the loss against Hull, the victory against Charlton and the impending trip to Brighton.

We talk to MKDSA Chairman Adam Faiers about a seemingly endless list of things, all of which we understood and liked. A lot. Especially the shirt.

Along the way we bring you masses of Franchise Watch, Adam pretends to be a chav and Gers tells us facts, because he can. Music came from Alvvays and Earth Wind and Fire, which is a pairing that’s not often seen outside of the lower leagues.

The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like friendship, but without all the bitterness and distrust.

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