Roifield and Lucy appeal for more DumTeeDums to open the podcast – kazoos welcomed or even humming! Lucy is apparently not keen on either Noluthando or Freddie from this week’s amazing week in Ambridge. Alastair’s dj gets a look in. Shula is now running a sex chat line on the side apparently. An excellent report on Ambridge events.
Does any Mother and Baby Group ever welcome political speakers? No, this was new to me as well.
Interview arrangements at Gay Grables were completely beyond belief under any circumstances. It just did not work – the most obvious reveal ever. Roifield has come to the conclusion that Matt is a wrong ‘un and Shula should not have stopped for him – but this is a village where everyone knows everyone else. Lucy added that no man can ever enter a female changing room. There were simply far too many unbelievable story lines. Crafting good scripts from such poor story events really takes some skill. It was all a bit daft.
The bunting has never been found in my view – and so say much of Facebook and Twitter.
Jenny dahling from Guiseley phoned in for the first time. Apparently teenagers can be a bit difficult as Lucy and Roifield are finding out in real life. And it turns out that mothers with pending 70th birthdays can be pretty annoying too.
And Nolly shall hereafter be known as Tollynando which is presumably a cross between been and piri piri chicken.
On this week’s episode, we hear views from:
New York Nigel who has a pop at Lucy
Ms Bubbles who says Lilian needs to count to more than two
Jennidarling who thinks Johnnie’s letting the north down.