Roifield is Roifield again this week whilst Angela Barnes is in Edinburgh busy preparing for Fortitude and has been unable to shoehorn writing a monologue onto the week. Where is Lucy? We should be told.
They discuss alcoholics and name Jack Archer and Darrell but overlook George Barford who was rescued from his addiction by the long forgotten Nora McAuley. Morris the butcher has mentioned losing his business due to addiction, but that may have been gambling.
Lots of discussion of Jill this week and the generally expressed view is favourable. Whilst her current protest is reasonable given her history the descent to violence is entirely out of character in my view.
Yokel Bear urges us all to get on the website forum as well as reviewing social media. Next week the line up should be Naked Fingers, Lucy and Millie Belle.
Lots of good wishes for Angela and her appearances at the Edinburgh Festival. She says she will not be participating in the use of the bars which stay open to 5 am for the performers and has packed her slippers. Good luck Angela.
Elsewhere we have noted that Lucy is back in the country and we all want to know about the traffic cone; so Speakpipe in and ask Lucy about the cone in the bin.
This week’s Dumteedum is from the Hay Bales!
On this week’s episode we have views from
Witherspoon – who looks into the heads of Eddie and Matt
Aunty Jean – who wished Angela all the best in Edinburgh
Rosie, who was a hater but is now a lover
Paul Roome who dislikes a plummy voice
And Andrew Horn who looks at two sets of Ambridge couples