In line with the output from microphones in Ambridge our hosts quickly turn to discussing films rather than Ambridge. Why is this important in Ambridge? Listen to hear Lucy’s theory – she takes three minutes of discourse to tell us! More importantly, the mad driving in Ambridge is being signposted every two minutes and it seems inevitable that someone is going to cop it – who will it be? Go and tell the forum your preferred candidate together with the reason why.
Roifield tries to wind Lucy up over female cricketers – she fails to get bowled over and we get reminded of the way that Joe was so nice to Kirsty over recent events. The “off air” tweeting between Tom and Kirsty is obviously another important pointer to the continuing relationship as they draw closer. There was a lot of mobile activity this week.
GoddessDeeva is convinced that Lilian is not really enjoying her relationship any longer. She reckons Lilian will tell Miranda everything at the forthcoming party. In Lucy’s experience the single person always loses out and the married person stays married.
WalkyTalky gets mentioned. I don’t understand it. Lucy talks to people whilst out walking the dogs. I am always listening to podcasts or The Archers and never talk to anyone – what is wrong with me? I have certainly never asked anyone to go into the bushes with me!
This week’s Dumteedum comes from Lucy’s new favourite callerinnnerer, Donald Turbrech in Scotland and we have a chat to Sunny Ormonde, on how she got the role of Lillian.
On this week’s episode we have calls from
Goddess Deeva who has issues with Team Lilian
Jena who thinks the men of Ambridge need a compass
Debs who thinks Peggy has a cursed chequebook
Glyn who’s not batting for Darrington
Miriam who has a prediction of theft
Luke who has spotted a Wodehouse connection
Claire predicts a crash and burn for Krusty
Andrew Horn who is not excited
New York Nigel who thinks Jennidarling’s worse than Kate
We end with the Legend of Henry and the wizard of the Sanctimonious Laugh. from Fiona Powell