Just behind The Judge towers, hidden amongst the undergrowth and permanently in the shade, is a draughty wooden shed. Inside gargling can be heard and the faint smell of honey. Stepping forward and pressing the record button Spanners welcomes the crew to the latest edition of Podcast
heaven, sorry, heathen..
Matt Matt has returned once more from the septic streets of New York after a morning spent busking as he has been promised an ally from Murica land and then launches into a tirade about soothing savage breasts.
Adam returns from educating his female co-students in the mysteries of Eff Wun and has become attached to an Alice band they all wear. Alice Adam has joined the crew and just be grateful you cannot see his shocking taste in lingerie.
The esteemed Sir Huntley-Jabobs joins the rabble in a vain attempt at control, but is side tracked by the warm memories of Mrs Huntley-Jacobs the third with dutiful melons stretching the western alphabet.
Finally but by no means least, in support of his fellow Murican is the one, the only, ex-F1 Doc, Gary Harstein. He wouldn’t divulge any secrets of the Judge but the panel decided he was a worthy opponent and Matt played on..
This week’s song is Blackberries by Mickey Georgeson and the Civilised Scene.
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