Huge apologies are due to Native Heath who really did create that DumTeeDum a few weeks ago. All say sorry! Native Heath’s partner joins him on the call this week – but needs to call in herself and fill us in on all the standard information.
Lucy is on fine form in her monologue this week (although the innuendo is unrepeatable and repeating it here would spoil the joke – go and listen to it). Everyone has realised that we have lost Matt forever this time – there is no extradition treaty with Ecuador (cf Julian Assange – will Matt hook up with Pamela Anderson?).
Lots of callers and emailers as well. Everyone is convinced that Shula was missing from the Hunt Ball in a dark corner doing the unmentionable with Philip the builder, so it looks like Alastair’s days are numbered. Who cares who splatted Matt? Most of you it seems as the theories are greater than the number of suspects. And the thinking behind declaring it an attempted murder not a “hit and check you have the right person then running” comes up for discussion. Luckily this is not a police procedural or someone might have explained it on air.
The width of Roifield’s knowledge is once again displayed as he tells us that cash is heavy – even paper cash – he knows it is true as he heard it on a podcast (those of us who take books on holiday know that is true as well!).
And once again there are too many loose ends on too many stories – which to me means the editor does not care – oh look he is p****** off in the near future to ITV. One caller has documented the many problems.
This week’s Dumteedum is from The Sussex Sheperd.
On this week’s episode we hear views from
Dusty Substances who’s thinks Matt’s gone flat
Claire who’s been reflecting on Philip
Sussex Shepherd and native Heath who are looking into their crystal balls
Abi from Brighton asks who’sscamming who?
Amy who thinks Matt’s target number one
Christine who’s come home