The one where Alby genuinely couldn’t read.
The MooCamp Radio Show issue 2.32 talks about the recent victory over Notts County, the postponed visit of Doncaster Rovers and anything else that springs to mind.
We bring you answers, sibling rivalry, we bring you the return of the healer himself – Mr Paul Heald, and we hear just why Lieutenant Dan isn’t going to be on the show this week. Along the way we immerse ourselves in the media to get an outsiders perspective on all things Franchise and we generally enjoy ourselves.
Music comes from Sham 69, which brings about the earliest recorded mention of that Man Utd game (4-0 I think) to date, and Blur, which doesn’t.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like you’ve got a friend, even when you don’t want one, and especially when you don’t need one.
The one with more Ks than is usually the case.
The MooCamp Radio Show brings you issue 31 of this exciting season, where we discuss the draw at Walsall, the victory at Oldham and ask ourselves whether we’re back on track again.
We share someone else’s Tenuous Link, we fail to ask Lieutenant Dan about Oldham and we hear your views on when one is better than none. In amongst all of that, we hear from people who can’t spell Secklow, people who can’t spell Robinson and people who simply can’t spell, but who have a laptop.
Music comes from Adam Ant and Sugar, which wouldn’t have been too bad if Modders hadn’t chosen the Adam Ant song.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like taking a relaxing bath in the town square on a Saturday afternoon, though we’re not sure exactly why.
The one just after Chrizzle.
We have a veritable feast of football to discuss, and discuss it we do – we talk at length about the 7-0 against Oldham, the 0-1 at Notts County, and at considerably less length about the 0-3 and 0-1 at home to Walsall and Chesterfield respectively.
We hear about your resolutions in the question of the week, we get cryptic on your asses in the Roundabout, and even the joke has a festive flavour. We bring you the latest from Old Bootsie, Bovril, Chavland, Winkie-Loving and much, much more.
Music came from Green Day and King Kurt, the former being the best track that Modders has ever suggested and the latter being better than that.
The MooCamp Radio Show – it’s like history never happened, but nobody cared.