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.
It’s the one before the last one! Issue Twenty Two of The MooCamp Radio Show – and what an issue it was.
We’re the Radio fanzine thing for fans of the MK Dons soccer ball team, people who’ve suddenly found a huge gap in their lives since the end of Monkey Planet and people who crave the excitement and danger that comes from a poorly prepared live radio show.
We were light on presenters this week with both one man and his bushwhacker finding alternative opportunities for entertainment. Against such challenging odds, Brando and Modders soldiered on and managed to cover up the fact that they know nothing about football, at least up until the first time we tried to speak about it.
We bring you the roundabout of the week, Robbo’s not fat he’s…, Things more masculine than Darren Potter’s tache and the most tenuous of tenuous links. And loads more obviously. Lots of orange stuff too. #orange4lewie
Music this week came from AC DC, The Clash and Sham 69 which ought to be enough to get some of the old ones amongst you tuning in again next week when we’ll probably play some Abba.
The MooCamp Radio Show – if you could dream up a radio show, then this would be it. Probably.
Issue Twenty of The MooCamp Radio Show! Twenty!!! We never thought we’d get past the first couple. Anyway, we’re the Radio fanzine thing for fans of the MK Dons soccer ball team though we seem to be getting more and more listeners from people of a non-franchise persuasion. There’s nowt queerer than folk.
We had a full house for the first time in ages, and used the opportunity to talk at length about how rubbish the whole Crawley experience was. We tried our best to find some positives, but really, really didn’t. Anyway, we did our best to make up for it with more Dons, football and Milton Keynes related features than any other show in the world. Fact. We had Franchise Watch, Robbo’s not fat, he’s…, Tenuous Links, roundabout of the week and loads more.
Music this week came from Green Day and a new hybrid we created specifically for Lily’s birthday called Wombles at Work.
The MooCamp Radio Show – In the world of MK Dons related radio shows on Secklow Sounds, it really doesn’t get much better than this.
Issue Seventeen of The MooCamp Radio Show – the Radio fanzine thing for fans of the MK Dons soccer ball team.
It’s a Modders free zone this week as car trouble leads him to miss the one opportunity he was going to get to say ‘hand’ for an away match. He did text and tweet it though. We’ve got the first ever joint roundabout of the week, and it’s not even a roundabout. Or in Milton Keynes. And loads of other stuff – the Healer Paul Heald, and more. On the footballing side we talk about the Gillinham defeat, the glorious trip to Stevenage and we talk about the impending visit of thousands of Wolves.
Music this week came from The Divine Comedy and Ride, and the missus didn’t even listen. Just goes to show, something or other probably.
The MooCamp Radio Show – scream it to yourself when you’re at work.
Issue fifteen of The MooCamp Radio Show – the Radio fanzine thing for fans of the MK Dons soccer ball team.
This week we had two special guests – Kit Manager Tony Hawkins and former Wimbledon Legend and Dons Goalkeeping Coach Extraordinaire Paul Heald joined us live in the studio. We take advantage of Healdy’s presence and launch a new feature – Paul Heald Heals, we have perhaps the worst Robbo impersonation yet and we talk to Healdy about his upcoming parachute jump to raise money for Willen Hospice (www.doitforcharity.com/healdyjump – get donating). You’ll also hear the usual mix of bits and pieces that made us titter during the week and stuff we made up on the spot.
On the footballing side we talk about the Swindon and Notts County victories and the rather important impending visit of Posh.
Music this week came from Plastic Bertrand and Billy Bragg, which to be honest with you, probably isn’t enough for a show with too much music. Must try harder.
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