No Lucy again this week so Roifield has the complex task of managing men as he is joined by Jed who does an amazing update on events in Ambridge, Terry Molloy, Yokel Bear and Andrew Horn. Despite initial objections they end up agreeing that the men are typically poorly written as characters with perhaps only Rob standing out from the crowd. It also tends to explain why Shula is having difficulties in her marriage.
Numerous callers cover a huge swathe of issues – listen to every possible twist and turn they illuminate Pip’s relationship with Toby (some great predictions there), Rob’s ability to chill an iceberg, Joe’s life expectation and the lengths the writers are using to keep Joe at Grange Farm whilst allegations of dogging were made against Alastair, the rural housing crisis is examined and the calls keep coming – a very busy week whilst Millie had a kind explanation of how “Yerr Mon” should be pronounced from its originator.
Steve Pirate Parrett did tweets of the week
Promises were made to do it all again next year and we await the return of Lucy next week.