With Lucy taking a no-doubt well deserved holiday Shambridges, Harriet Carmichael, takes the second hot seat whilst the Newcastle meet up provides the Geordie DumTeeDum at the top of the show. A mention for our sponsor https://www.shedcode.co.uk/
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Lucy’s summary of the week is replaced by a wonderful Shambridges visitation with Lizzie wanting Rob back in the village, the irritating Lilly whines on about Pip’s whining, Pip sounding 45 and droning on, Ruaridgh has a new accent and is off to Roumania – and Roifield said he preferred it to Lucy’s round up as it was so much better!
Harriet displays an amazing range of voices in her discussion with Roifield trying to explain how she can represent the different characters. She also admits that she has not been listening closely to The Archers and so Roifield asks about the new kitten and the naming of the new moggy was then discussed. Rusty after the cultivator perhaps? Then they talk prosecco and rosé and music festivals as Harriet reveals herself whilst remaining fully clothed.
Naked Fingers usurps my usual financial section by dissecting the numbers side of Scruff “Bollocks” Gin as he manages to prove that there is no way that Toby can actually be making any profit – although the cash flow to HMRC is underwritten by the investment from The Bull – so he can finance the tax payments.
Should Justin recruit a male PA to keep Lilian satisfied? Discuss on the forum please.
And there is much much more as usual.
This week’s calls are from:
Aunty Jean who has a report from The Bristol festival of ideas women of the Archers talk.
Robert Wilson who takes economics of scruff gin too pieces
Lord Louise who sees evil in Justin’s pig plans
Louise Lumbard who takes Roifield to task and ponders on the interior stylings of Ambridge’s residents