The one that’s been put in the corner, and doesn’t whinge and whine like a spoilt child.
The first surviving, but second broadcast issue of Season Three of The MooCamp Radio Show. We talk with great frivolity about the victories over Rotherham and Leyton Orient, and marvel at the fact that, first game or no, we’re top of The Championship. Us! Lols a plenty.
Gers gives us a roundup of what’s been happening on the forums, Modders sends yet another desperate plea for attention, and we eavesdrop on the MK Dons Supporters Association Committee Meeting. Because we know how to live. Honest.
Music came from Slaves, with a little of the New Seekers thrown in for good measure, but that was all we had time for, we were having that much fun.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s back, and it’s absolutely no different to before. Except for slightly less Modders.
The one with the little secret.
We wax lyrically about the mauling of Leyton Orient, and we’ll pause to savour the delight of the destruction of Doncaster Rovers. It’s been a good week for The Dons and we’ll raise a glass to Dele and Patrick for their success at the Football League awards too.
We’ve got an extended ‘Here’s the Answer, What’s the Question?’, a delicious list of people who adore our Chairman as much as we do, and we’ll also bring you possibly the finest Franchise Watch so far.
We’ve got a surprising amount of texts and tweets given the rather special circumstances, and as usual, you’re more entertaining than we are.
Music came from The Meteors, which had me wrecking in my seat.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s getting close to the end of the season, so enjoy it while you can.
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 with numerous Fleetwood Mac references, for very tenuous reasons.
Issue 2.12 of The MooCamp Radio Show, where we discuss the joys of the trip to Leyton Orient, the home match against Fleetwood and the upcoming trip to Doncaster.
We also wax as lyrically as we can about Winkie telling Birmingham where to get off and about Robbo taking considerably longer with his farewell wave last night than would usually be the case (the little tease).
We have more from Alby’s Lexicon of Chav, we hear from a listeners kids, we introduce ‘It’s a Punny Old Game’ and then wish we hadn’t and generally try to get through all your texts, tweets, emails and facebooky things.
Music came from Sigue Sigue Sputnik and Spinal Tap, only one of whom is technically a real band, though it’s difficult to be sure which one.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s what Thursday morning drives into work were made for.
The one with MK Dons Supporters Association Chairman Adam Faiers (yes THE Adam Faiers).
We talk at length about the exciting stuff that the Supporters Association have lined up, we briefly mention the upcoming trip to Leyton Orient, and reminisce about previous trips there too.
We have our very own M&S styled Lexicon of Chav, the first rejected application for the wall of honour, a first outing for Grigg and Baker the Big Bakers and a whole host of your texts, tweets, facebooks and the like. We exclusively announce the upcoming competition to name the East Stand Bar, and then decide we’re going to call it Lewie’s anyway.
Music came from The Undertones. That was it. Just one track. We couldn’t fit any more in and that was in a week where we hadn’t had a match. I have no idea whether that’s a good thing or not.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like an old friend who you’re happy to have around, but not when any of your new friends are there.