Podcasts I’ve been listening to

I thought I’d share with you the podcasts that I’m listening to at the moment.

They are, in no particular order:-

The Danny Baker Show – Danny Baker and Lou Pepper present this two hour extravaganza live on a Saturday morning (9am – 11am) on Radio 5 Live.  The format each week is mostly the same in that Danny will tweet a selection of topics for listeners to peruse before he leaves for the studio.  The person with the most obscure and/or funny story will share it on air.  There is a guest which Danny will chat in-depth to and then there is the Sausage Sandwich Game.  Ahh the Sausage Sandwich Game – a hilarious game in which two callers (playing for any team they support) score goals against each other by answering trivia questions about the celebrity that week, including whether said celebrity has red sauce, brown sauce or no sauce at all on their sausage sandwich.  My description doesn’t do it justice – you really have to listen to the show to get the full effect. Continue reading “Podcasts I’ve been listening to”

Free Comic Book Day

Did you know that the first Saturday in May each year is Free Comic Book Day?

Free Comic Book Day is a worldwide promotion with the sole intention of getting more people to read comic books.

As in previous years my favourite comic shop, Limited Edition Comix are participating and will be giving away free comics to their customers.  Visit their Facebook page to see details of what else is happening in store on that day.

Limited Edition Comix are located in Stevenage (10 Market Place, SG1 1DB) and are sellers of not only comic books but Pop toys, action figures, tabletop games, Hot toys and much more. Continue reading “Free Comic Book Day”

My Desert Island Discs

I’ve been listening to a lot of old episodes of Desert Island Discs recently after stumbling across and enjoying Bob Harris’ episode from February 2014.

For those of you that don’t know, Desert Island Discs is a BBC Radio 4 programme in which a guest is invited by the presenter to choose the eight recordings (I think originally they were gramophone records) they would take with them to a desert island.  The first episode was recorded by the creator Roy Plomley in 1942.  Michael Parkinson took over in 1985 and Sue Lawley presented for 18 years from 1988.   Kirsty Young is the current presenter. Continue reading “My Desert Island Discs”

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