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.
The one with both Luke Ashmead, and the disappearing Cult track.
Episode 2.08 of The MooCamp Radio Show, where we talk about the 6-1 humbling of Crewe, the 2-0 victory over Bradford in the 3rd round of the League Cup and we discuss all things Jesus Christ with Luke Ashmead. Quite a show really.
We also hear yet another excuse from Lieutenant Dan, we hear from you (yes you!) about what is likely to go wrong this season, we have some hot roundabout action and we invite Paul Heald to wave his healing hands over our listeners.
Music came from Muse, which it was supposed to but later, from Sham 69, which was exactly as planned, from ELO which wasn’t planned at all, but not from The Cult, which was planned but didn’t happen. Clear? Ok then.
The MooCamp Radio Show – more fun than watching the Man Utd match in a bar full of scantily clad young, nubile females who are all in need of a nice cuddle.
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.