DTD: 178 – Oliver loses his head and a jug is smashed

On this week’s episode we have views from Maeve who has no love for the Grundies Witherspoon! who likens Matt and Justin at war to a skit from Mad Comic Dusty Substances who likes grief well directed Catherine Kavanagh who believes that love and money don’t mix The Hay Bales who are frustrated by rich old ladies Blithe Spirit who wonders when Jill became a Social Justice Warrior Claire Astbury who gets into the weeds with housing. Sussex Shepherd who was a friend of Fraiser. Abbie from Brighton who has questions about Woodbine.

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DTD: 177 – Caroline remembered

Robert Wilson leads off this week by bursting two tyres in Wales – and he thanks the helpful residents of Nantmor.  Derek has been investigating fermented foods from his compost heap.  Just in case you think that The Archers is all made up the musical “Hair” is being revived this year with a new immersive production.  I assume immersive means the audience are underwater – see this: https://www.londontheatre.co.uk/theatre-news/news/new-immersive-production-of-hair-to-run-at-the-vaults-in-london  Will Lucy be going? Discussion of Caroline’s death dominates this week’s podcast for obvious reasons.  I would like my say.  Throughout her village existence Caroline followed her heart; she might not be religious, […]


DTD: 176 – The over privileged Phoebe and the hatefully sexist Will Grundy

Following the DumTeeDum from Toronto Shambridges delivers a wonderful eulogy on the subject of smoke detectors in recognition of our new sponsor ADT! Surprisingly after a week off Roifield is struggling with the script this week, obviously out of practice.  He then admits to being 48.  He does not understand the problem of Lilian revealing her age – particularly to an intended husband.  Then there is a suggestion that a contributor may have been under the ‘fluence after celebrating Bastille Day!  I think it is Roifield as part of his contribution is obliterated with music! Little support for Will this […]


DTD: 175 – Justin’s land deal gets the once over

Naked Fingers aka Robert Wilson is with Lucy this week.  I used to work with a Robert Wilson but do not think it is the same one.  I think Lucy might need a new microphone.  Lucy predicts that Jill has developed an allergy to bees and will have to pass them onto Kirsty.  Or possibly to Hilda Ogden who continues to make her presence felt.  Will’s current unpleasantness is discussed at some length as he becomes a grumpy old man.  The voice has always been irritating. The interactions between Bridge Farm and Justin are discussed.  No-one actually knows how to […]


Character Statistics for June 2017

Appearances during June 2017 1 LILIAN BELLAMY 15 2 Justin Elliott 11 3 David Archer 9 4 Rex Fairbrother 8 = Kirsty Miller 8 = Helen Titchener 8 7 Jill Archer 7 = Pat Archer 7 = Tom Archer 7 = Anisha Jayakoday 7 11 Elizabeth Pargetter 6 = Freddie Pargetter 6 13 Pip Archer 5 14 Tony Archer 4 = Matt Crawford 4 = Johnny Phillips 4 = Lynda Snell 4 18 Brian Aldridge 3 = Jennifer Aldridge 3 = Ruth Archer 3 = James Bellamy 3 = Susan Carter 3 = Lily Pargetter 3 = Fallon Rogers 3 […]


DTD: 174 – Jill and Kirsty do bees and Tom gets a spanking from Justin

Fat Bloke Talking provided this week’s DumTeeDum and this link might explain what a “Minecraft Note Block” actually is: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Note_Block   Fat Bloke Talking also entertains with his blog: https://whatrobdidnext.wordpress.com/ Roifield returns to a podcast hot seat but Derek is taking the week off in hospital having attended GoddessDeeva’s wedding.  However in the same way that Millie Belle and Yokel Bear do week on and week off, in future Roifield and Naked Fingers are adopting the same job share arrangement – which seems odd as none of the them have had any children recently (but are they all attention-seeking drama-queens?). Roifield surprises us […]


DTD: 173 – Johnny and Freddie do the Isle of Wight

Naked Fingers returns to once again use his voice which seems to assert his natural authority. Regrettably we did not hear the outcome of the hot date from last week – was it cab or coffee?  We need to know. In her stunning monologue Lucy makes it very clear that she has now seen through Justin and is certain that we shall soon return to the pusscat/Tiger years. As ever Naked Fingers liked her monologue this week. Meanwhile we all await Lillian’s mega-apology to Lynda, could be the largest humble pie Lilian has ever baked.  The last person to make […]