Saturday, 31 July 2010
In recognition of that, I thought I'd pop a little holiday based noise here.
Be warned, mentility within.
From Coke Podcast Number Five.
I dare you to use a portion of this as a ringtone.
Friday, 30 July 2010
Please don't be foolish enough to enter this old competition from 2007 but if you've never heard the Coke Podcasts, you may want to click here.
Thursday, 29 July 2010
Wednesday, 28 July 2010
Tuesday, 27 July 2010
I had thought this was my own little brainial problem but no. When have I ever had an original thought?
It was a forgotten seed, deftly sewn by the shy and retiring Cornballs himself. I'd taken on board that he got a bit scared if he was Stephened in public but I failed to remember that he'd got a problem with the logic of 'attacking' the perpetrators of Adam and Joe Show with such a call and response. That's probably why my nose always twitches when I hear they've been 'done.
Obviously, I have been witness to countless instances of Adam enjoying the Stephen exchange and he is a beacon of inspiration in that respect. It seems to give him great pleasure so I would never discourage it where he is concerned.
The same cannot be said for Joe and I will not be cheap enough to imply it has anything to do with him being an aloof, haughty, international screenwriter and director. I really prefer to think it scares his silly but perfect, long body and the inappropriate application of it confuses him a little bit.
Just remember to Stephen responsibly.
(From 4th April 09 show)
It's amusing to hear that as long ago as the Spring of last year, fools were trying to suggest that Stephenage had run it's course. It seems more deeply ingrained in our social interactions than ever, right now.
Monday, 26 July 2010
This is just a short one today. I'd hate anyone to think I spend much time doing this kind of thing.
Joe goes a bit mentile with that ludicrously agile tongue of his. I think I might just have to lie down for a few minutes.
From 31st October 2009
Sunday, 25 July 2010
I'd love to be a fly on the wall when Joe is deploying his cod language skills on the streets of France's patois-laden capital. I hope he's oblivious to the inevitable derision those Parisians must deal him.
In the second part, the final delivery of "I'm so sorry. I had no idea. I'm Adam, by the way" is the reason it's a crying shame that he's not offered better tv roles. Given the right material, often his own, he's a genius of subtle proportions.
From January 24th 2009 (Podcast Version)
Saturday, 24 July 2010
Friday, 23 July 2010
From 3rd November 2007
I really thought I'd already posted this clip but I can't see where. If it sounds like a repeat, forgive me.
Thursday, 22 July 2010
Wednesday, 21 July 2010
Warning: Uncontrollable giggles contained herein. From Oct 17th 2009
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
Monday, 19 July 2010
I don't mean that, of course. It was a joyful ending, though. The whole event was wonderful and apart from a bit of appalling, aspect ratio embarrassment everyone had the most fun with a look back at some of Adam's most favourite vids.
If you think you've seen Double Rainbow, try to watch it with a crowd of people, even if they think they've seen it. It is ten times funnier for the communal experience. If you can get someone to pop it up on a big screen, in your local pub, for instance, so much the better.
Sunday, 18 July 2010
.....no Joe today. Adam is doing a special BUG at the Latitude Festival around hummus and olive time today and The Director's Cut is back at the BFI on Thursday.
6Music was in so much disarray about the next threat to their existence with a proposed cut in the license fee, that they played the wrong jingle for Collins and Herring yesterday morning. It seems the BBC will be brought to it's knees by whatever crooked means available.Note: I had a link in here to a BUG trailer but I can't find it now. It got lost when Posterous went.
Saturday, 17 July 2010
Some opinions expressed in these old clips may have changed in recent years.
(from XFM Podcast Number 16)
Friday, 16 July 2010
The tones of both Joe's and Adam's voices tell so much more than the words. Adam manages to pull off an exquisite mixture of gently restrained, elder-brotherly smugness with an etherial whiff of patronising force while Joe suppresses a younger-sisterly squeal of self-righteousness.
Before anyone leaps in there with a rebuttal, I do realise that Joe is a tiny bit older than Adam. It just doesn't always seem so apparent now, does it?
.....I also realise Joe is anything but a girl.
Thursday, 15 July 2010
Wednesday, 14 July 2010
Tuesday, 13 July 2010
Joe completely whimped when he got back to his own home, though. Joe was terrified? I mean, really?
From 15th December 2007
Monday, 12 July 2010
Not as fast out of the block with this today but I love to tease.All you need to know is contained herein.
From the podcast of the show on 14th March 2009 (unlike wot is says in the file name)
Sunday, 11 July 2010
Saturday, 10 July 2010
Friday, 9 July 2010
We've all had 'em but few of us are lucky enough to be able to relive them on national radio.
From 27th October 2007Stay tuned for Joe's altercation tomorrow.
Thursday, 8 July 2010
Listeners sent in the most unfortunately honest things they've said and regretted.
There's a jongle flop in here, a silly bit of Sarf London speakings, a listener's submission that John Smiths turned into a tv ad, an inappropriate downy remark, a ludicrous pose from Joe and a possible pubic surprise for Adam's wife.
If someone can explain to me, from Joe's description, in what way Adam thought he was sitting like an uncle, pop it in the comments. I suppose I now have a better idea of what Uncle Dave looks like and it's not really what I expected.
Wednesday, 7 July 2010
Tuesday, 6 July 2010
but I was never comfortable with few words so here's another thing, as made by Chris Salt.
......did you know I done one too? It's sweet. It's only had a few views....
Monday, 5 July 2010
The BBC Trust has rejected the BBC's plans to close the digital radio station 6 Music.In his initial response to the BBC strategy review, BBC Trust chairman Sir Michael Lyons said that the case for the closure of 6 Music had not been made.He said the Trust - which represents the interests of licence fee payers - would consider closing 6 Music only as part of a wider strategy on the future of digital radio.But the Trust accepted plans to close the Asian Network, cut 25% of the online budget and close teen service Blast!On the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday, BBC director general Mark Thompson said: "We've got big questions about the future of digital radio and one of the things I expect the Trust will say is let's look at the whole future of digital radio."Let's talk to commercial radio and make sure we've got a portfolio of radio stations."
Not only does this fit in nicely with my previous routine of putting a podcast intro song up here on a Monday but it's also a timely reminder that there's less than half a day to grab the final Glastonbury podcast before it disappears.
We may hear something about the demise of BBC 6Music today. 11am seems to be the favoured hour for such announcements but what do I know?
Saturday, 3 July 2010
I tried to post tiny nuggets?in an attempt to fill a void.
I stopped when Adam Buxton's Big Mixtape began because it seemed unnecessary and a little disrespectful. Since the final show in his series, the iPlayer and podcasts from Adam And Joe's amazing Glastonbury shows were enough to sate any pining squadron member.
I may resume the 'service'.
Follow me and the entire list that the unstoppable?@WickWox has compiled under the now famous name of TwitSquadron.
Note: I try not to tweet about Adam and Joe during Collins & Herring's show.