It seems the post I made on Monday has remained in Fruity's brainium as an earworm and she will not rest until she knows what the tune is. I may have some bad news for her........From 6th June 2009
Monday, 28 May 2012
With Garth filling in for Joe last week, there was no Podcast Intro Song and they took advantage of that gap to let it slide upon Joe's return.
James clearly missed the feature so he cheekily snuck Joe's newspaper reading tune into the very tail-end of the pod.
Imagine this across the breakfast table. He's asking for a croissant in the solar plexus.
from 28th May 2011
Wednesday, 16 May 2012
I know, I know......gold is worth much, much more than silver. Joe has already established that. However, the gold winners, albeit delightful and deserving, were the token novelty win of the night and who can r e a l l y tell the difference between silver and platinum anyway?
Here is the presentation speech, anyhoo.
I must say RadioToday Live did a grand job of webstreamig from the evening, even though my broadband dropped out half way through so I didn't get much more of the show. Thanks must go to Claire Slevin (Producer of the ludicrously overlooked Shaun W Keaveny show erstwhile producer of Adam and Joe's shoe + Buckles bicycle safety officer) who tweeted with the news as I was out socialising. Deal with it.
You can read more about what the judges said here.
Monday, 14 May 2012
It's James Gooding's suggestion of Axel F by Harrolf Faltermeyer today.
This is the start of Joe's insecurity about the singing form of intro as he nervously fiddles with the tip of his torpedo. Adam holds his hand and gently reasons with him.
14th May 2011
There's a sort of calendar here.
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Ann's contestant was clueless, Woggles' watchers were witless and last week, Bradley's bunch were boobies. They're ours for a while longer. The tea-time telly watchers many not have them.
In The Chase (still available till the end of the month) neither the contestants nor the erm, 'Chaser' could identify Joe as the BBC 6Music DJ who directed Attack the Block. Hurrah! Idiotholes Rule!
Monday, 7 May 2012
This time last year, the podcast began with Lynne Patience & Steve Jefferies' haunting rendition of The Doctor Who Theme. This still sends a chill through me.
(wonky credit also to Ron Grainer and Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop)
Of course, Adam and Joe have done the Doctor Who theme before. Which is best. You decide.
Sadly, Bob and Karen from Sheffield have yet to produce their own show.
Adam and Joe have been nominated for a couple of Sony's again.