The Leon Legge Memorial Issue
Issue 35 of The MooCamp Radio Show season 2, where we discuss the dullness that was Port Vale, the satisfaction that was Fleetwood and the sheer jubilation that was Gillingham’s equaliser against Preston.
We struggle on bravely in the absence of Young Alby as he owes us a pint, so went out to work/snooker/fight instead. We have a celebratory Glaswegian Lexicon of Chav, your answers to the pressing question of the week, and some great new entries for Franchise Watch.
Music came from Al Wilson courtesy of a Northern Soul driven drive to Port Vale and the occasionally wonderful Mr David Sylvian.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s right where the excitement is, and that’s where it’s going to stay. Probably.
The one after the Swindon game.
Issue 34 of the difficult second season for The MooCamp Radio Show, and we bring you the excitement from the away demolishment of both Swindon Town and Mark Cooper, along with the total football display that was the first half against Scunthorpe.
We’ve got a double length Franchise Watch, which may or may not be connected to the fact that we beat Swindon at their place. We totally fail to get any of the Duran Duran stuff in, so guess what’s coming up next week? We’ve got a disgruntled Young Alby who hasn’t quite got over Uncle Paul (there’s a phrase that will keep counsellors in couches for years to come) and we’ve got other stuff too.
Music came from Public Enemy and Sonic Youth, which shows how hip and trendy we are.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like entertainment, but less interesting.