- What's good on the radio?
Radio 4 has some good comedy in early evening around 6:30, although the Victoria Coren whateverhernameis thing is a bit guff.
I find myself increasingly drawn to BFBS for a nice mix of music and it’s interesting hearing the random announcements for various bases.Posted 4 years ago
And WHAT, exactly is wrong with The Archers?!!!?!!?
What with the dog fighting, the bizarre love triangle between Lillian, Paul & Matt, Pip the teenager from hell and Clarries recent abduction and replacement I’ve hardly had time to swear at Helen, Tom, Pat & Tony.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
+1 for 6 music
Esp Gideon Coe from 9 – great dj and music – my wife gets sick of all the scraps of paper with new (to me) band names scrawled on littering the kitchen for future reference.
How do people listen to commercial radio playing the same ole’ dirge?
That’s what Shazam’s for!Posted 4 years ago
 The caveat is that really new stuff isn’t always in the database, so the pen and paper still comes in handy sometimes.maccruiskeenSubscriber
if you’re not taking your computer but have a smart phone / mp3 player then go mad now downloading podcasts from R4 and others, build up a good back catalogue of listening.
From radio 4:
History of the World in 100 Objects
More or Less
Friday Night Comedy
Wireless Nights with Jarvis Cocker
The Infinite Monkey Cage
Comedy of the Week
Documentary of the Week (especially the Ben Goldacre one)
From elsewhere in the web/world:Posted 4 years ago
Snap Judgement (theres literally days of listening in their back catalogue and its all top class)
This American Life
Robin and Josie’s Utter Shambles
Answer Me This
The Rouleur Podcast
Done plenty graft on site but this is my first “Festival” job.
I’ll have T In The Park right after and it’s chak n’ cheese.
I.O.W is the poshest festival by all accounts, ya.Posted 4 years ago
Edit: Bring on the Sun. It’s ok, we’re ready for anything but i’d like at least a pikey-tan.
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