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.
The one with Paul Harris – live in the studio! Really!
The MooCamp Radio Show issue 2.33 – that’s 33 issues this season, and still going. We talk about the delight that was the Fans Forum, we muse on the upcoming over-priced trip to Swindon, and we mention next Tuesday’s visit of Scunthorpe in passing.
We’ve got Paul Harris live in the studio, which means that the traditional mass of Facebook posts will be missing, but we come out on top by getting ‘Uncle Paul’ to do the Lexicon. Oh the joys 🙂
Music comes from Talking Heads and The Stone Roses, which really shouldn’t be grumbled at.
The MooCamp Radio Show – becoming more and more like Channel 5 with every issue.
The return of Young Alby. And Twilley.
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 without Young Alby again, and without Nick, Twilley or any of the other willing replacements.
We discuss the wonders of Nigel, both in attitude and fashion sense, and even watch him live displaying poor attitude and fashion sense. Which must have made great radio. We discuss the victory over the blades, the upcoming visit of Barnsley and next Tuesday’s trip to the Iron.
Fashion – turn to the left etc. Chav. Lexicon. Bootsie. Winkie being loved. Which sounds weird. Texts, Tweets, Defenders of the Franchise and Anthems. Again. We repeated stuff this week without meaning to. Without meaning to.
Music came from Stump, which was a sensational way to start the show, and The Smiths, which was a rather grand way to end it, even if I do say so myself.
The MooCamp Radio Show – enjoyed by more people than I’ve got ten pound notes. But not that many more.