Today we present an exclusive five-minutes of audio weirdness from John Dredge, coming to you not live from somewhere.
Where else can you find Frank Sinatra, a Dalek, and the new K-Tel Answerometer? Paignton, maybe, but also in this brand new easy-to-fold podcast! Listen today, listening fans!
This week sees the final epsiode of the first series of John Dredge’s Nothing To Do With Anything Show. Today’s indie comedy special includes the brand new single by Fractious Nit and a chat with pop twinnock Rex Twix.
The music mayhem continues with Madonna and Morrissey (shown above wearing masks of each other in a jolly little jape) arguing in the kitchen, and there’s another mention of New Malden and the odd uncanny reference to….. steam engines.
Today’s John Dredge show features an exclusive interview which we can’t really reveal as we’ve forgotten who it was with.
Celebrated non-Frinton-based actress Anna Emerson will also be putting in a word or two, and this’s weeks special guest star Reg Chimpolomew will be doing very little at all really.
If that wasn’t enough we’ll be relating the the ongoing adventures of Basil the Cylinder, the answers to last week’s holdall-based quiz, and a whole host of absolutely amazing things which have also completely slipped our minds.
This week provides not only the sounds of a combine harvester but also a specially-built giant catapult.
The guests on the show include acclaimed actors Greg Haiste and Anna Worthington, and the less acclaimed Crazy Eric and Leonard Aircraft.
If that wasn’t enough there also extensive information about shoe shop logistics, and a special feature on the topic of bark.
Plus: will the gasman get round to reading the meter in time?
This week Comedy Chords brings you the second episode of The Living Room Sessions, in association with The Stand Comedy Club, with chat, reviews and discussions presented by three Stand regulars; Gus Lymburn, Gareth Waugh & Keir McAllister.
This month’s podcast features Tom Stade’s first ever interview on a podcast, insight into the up-coming Glasgow International Comedy, and the team take on the role of a compere with comedians Martin Mor, Joe Heenan and Jojo Sutherland. This month’s music is provided by Dogshit Johnstone. Gus is also in for a rather special surprise.
Phil Butler joined the the UK comedy circuit in 2001 and can now be found closing shows at many major comedy clubs such as ‘The Comedy Club’, ‘The Glee Club’, ‘Jongleurs Comedy Clubs’, and ‘The Banana Comedy Club’. He has also had the great honour of performing in front of the British troops in Iraq and more recently in Afghanistan.
The long-range John Dredge show in store this week comes from a burgon dispensing plant in, you guessed it, Frinton. The show includes amazing adventures involving artichokes and a special mention of New Malden for die-dard fans of New Malden.
This week Comedy Chords is proud to feature an all new podcast The Living Room Sessions, in association with The Stand Comedy Club, bringing you chat, reviews and discussions presented by three Stand regulars; Gus Lymburn, Gareth Waugh & Keir McAllister.