John Rogers and / or Hammerstein Dredge and Andy The Cast of HairSpray Harland have spent this week’s allocated podcast time to gather their thoughts for the relevant generation.
In this week’s verbal confab, listen with gleeeeeee at the latest Hove based happenings, find out abouuuuuuut John’s investment club and gawwwwwwp at Andy’s most up to date (and finest) idea yet.
Information within this show can be shared with other human people and / or animals, so why not pop along to your local zoo and play it out loud, we hear that Mice, Monkeys and Marsupials really enjoy our stuff.
Welcome back to another week’s audio dispatches from John JJ Dredge Esq. & Andy PP Harland OBOE.
This week, your intrepid podcasters travel deep into new realms, conquer visual significance and interrupt the balance of play. However, here at DredgeLand, join us for the answer to last week’s this week’s quiz (sand), a guide to the podcast innovation awards, correspondence from up to five irrelevant people and a very special guest.
Can John prepare in time? Will Andy resolve the dispute with Take a Break magazine? Who will win most innovative podcast? FIND OUT NOW.
Gordon Angus Deayton: (; born 6 January 1956) is an English actor, writer, musician, comedian, and broadcaster. He was the original presenter of the satirical panel game Have I Got News for You and the host of British panel show Would I Lie to You? from 2007 to 2008, and a regular cast member of the David Renwick sitcom One Foot in the Grave from 1990 until 2000. He also played George Windsor in the series 8-10 of Waterloo Road.
a covering for the foot, typically made of leather, having a sturdy sole and not reaching above the ankle.
2. ask (someone) questions.
“four men have been quizzed about the murder”
noun: sand; plural noun: sands
1. a loose granular substance, typically pale yellowish brown, resulting from the erosion of siliceous and other rocks and forming a major constituent of beaches, river beds, the seabed, and deserts.
“this magical coast boasts mile upon mile of golden sand”
And that’s all for this week.
Dearest listener, He has gone! Steve Fourth has finally left HoveFM after 45 years of consistent output.
Join John FM Dredge and Andy AM Harland as they pay tribute to a radio legend for local Hove based people.
John and Andy share stories of their experiences with Steve Fourth, some of his best radio features and of course a few of their very own anecdotes.
There’s also a unique opportunity to listen in to a call from a confused lighthouse operator and up to three adverts each paying for their airtime.
If you’d like to advertise your services on the show, with a listenership figure of up to 40 billion people per annum, do please advise.
Ye olde podcaste listener! HARK at thy chatter via the audio forme.
Your loyal subjects John Frank Butcher Dredge and Andrew Ian Beale Harland have returneth forthwith.
Continue to listen aboard ones finest podcast provisions and enjoy quandary and / or issue with sourcing a second home, or retail at tales of yonder ruff and / or quill.
Well-wishers! Welcome to what as been described by two newspapers and a TV broadcaster this week as “Simple audio for the simple minded.”
DredgeLand (Andy Hamilton the Musical Harland and John Les Miserables Dredge) return for a further slice of audio information for the podcast generation.
Why listen to any other of the 5.2 million podcasts (and counting – slowly), when you can gather information via your podcast platform of choice from Hove’s finest minds.
This week, John and Andy contribute in the collaborative fashion to pitch to a top TV producer their all new entertainment / lifestyle / drama / documentary series.
Plus we’ve had another visit from the council and up to 4 minutes of other chat that has since been edited out.
Good day to you the listener from John Yamaha Keyboard Dredge and Andy Yamaha Drums Harland.
We apologies for the lack of a podcast last week, but sadly (very sad indeed) Andy was struck down with ELK FLU.
This week, all is partially better and your Fiscal duo bring 27 minutes of podcasting efforts your way (apologies, we lost 3 minutes due to a dispute with a trade union).
John has a Dramatic beginning to this week’s show, Andy presents a light up certificate from the week prior and we have a solution to a problem blighting all crisp users up and / or down the country.
Welcome back to a further chapter in the ever evolving and sometimes revolving times of DredgeLand.
In this week’s edition, John ELVIS Dredge and Andrew JAMES BROWN Harland are reminded of the time they worked at Thorpe Park Radio. Stories and / or tales include memories of the Tea Cups, Rumba Rapids and mandatory hair cuts.
This level of reminiscing appears after Andy has finally finished his ALL NEW Text Message Relay Machine, enabling viewers and / or listeners of DredgeLand the ability to text into the show (at risk of your full details being disclosed live on air).
Amongst other items discussed include Advice provided from statutory services, car boot sales, market based promotional approaches, gravy tents and the hapless.
DredgeLand will return.
Good people of Hove and its surrounds. WELCOME!
In this week’s Podcast shaped chat, John Wrigleys Extra Dredge and Andy KP Nuts Harland bring content far beyond their means.
Andy has picked up a wide array of sand in the week past with many different ways to capture and / or display such sand. This not only baffles John but it soon becomes apparent that John is also bewildered.
It is without doubt that there’s much other content, but to be quite honest we know you’re here about the sand.
Oh and also the reminiscing of the Daily Dredge (Discontinued).
Do get in touch on the usual formats
Obelisks! The 1980’s! These two gargantuan conversational pieces finally form, untied in one audio based podcast: The DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular.
Upon Request, John GGG Dredge and Andy R Whites Harland provide insight, opinion and reference to a wide range of pop culture from the 1980’s, subject matter includes Gordon Honeycomb, Wendy James from Transmission Vamp, Cram and / or Coe, Tandy, The Professionals, GLOY and C&A.
Many thanks to Richard Bracken of Windsor Castle for your letter of who’s pluck we admire.
Sadly, Andy has yet to make any Kiln’s in the Cotswolds.