It’s a slow burner this week in the bunker with John F L U Dredge and Andy A W E Harland.
The Dank Times are here alongside Downbeat magazine. Things really are quite desperate and / or awful at only 30 pence an issue.
John’s got himself a stake of 0.0002% of Downbeat magazine and is rather proud of his achievements.
We’re also dipping into the post bag / fax machine and / or text phone for some valuable listener feedback including a grievance from the editor in chief of the Hove Advertiser Mr Charles LS Palpable .
Oh, do also visit the Hove Advertiser fair on the 17th.
Also, apologies for the lack of Cul De Sac based features in the podcast.
Welcome and /or oi! Yes, John C Dredge and Andrew J Harland return for their 59th consecutive week’s podcasting efforts from a bunker 100 leagues beneath the Hove Plinth.
Money is apparently too tight to mention, especially after the recent demise of the Hovercraft (due to significant negligence on John’s part).
John and Andy discuss in reasonable depth their experience of the sinking of the Hovercraft and soon begin to remember about the Hove Advertiser and their simplistic reporting of the issue. Andy also tries to convince John that unsold maiden voyage tickets may have some financial value, similar to an event in 2009.
We must warm you that this episode does contain Layman’s Terms and references to the closure of Woolworths from 2009. There’s also a letter from three men of the same household and a mention of Animal, Mineral and / or Vegetable.
John’s been on a course hosted by Simon Bates and he’s introduced his recent learning on the HoveFM morning show which this week was on the air from 04:00 – 05:00.
The show begins this week with an exclusive clip of said HoveFM broadcast and soon continues with 29 further minutes of your regular podcast listening material and / or content. Just another example of our recent publicity drive.
Andy’s been on a publicity walk on a number of local streets and thin roads and has sold up to 17 copies of his latest book to visitors of local benches.
In other news, to assist in the raising cash for the said cash deficit, Andy had developed a basic plan. He’s decided to pitch to two very important film / movie people and has written a wide range of potential James Bond film titles. Joh offers his opinions and assistance.
The show ends with an admin issue. Apologies.
Adverts are an essential means to podcast survival. So sorry about that.
Now that’s out of the way, this week’s show is content filled with information and / or details that are not just adverts.
John’s taken an offer from BibbleFM for an all new 12 hour radio slot for the dynamic duo that is Batman and Robin. However, if you replace Batman and Robin with John and Andy, you’ve got the just of it already.
Andy’s been busy writing an all new book, a self help guide for the human person to help manage organisational change, titled Don’t worry about that, how to save time and money by managing organizational change effectively and associated advice.
There then follows conversation on the subjects of How, the ISBN, effective pricing, acknowledgements, writer intros and Andy’s approach to Barcoding.
The show ends with this week’s fable. Good day.
Good morning, afternoon, evening and / or goodnight.
John Dredge (4th Earl of Moooch) and A J Harland (Esq.) return for a further weeks worth of Podcast based production and promotion of the DredgeLand international brand.
In this week’s show we’ve taken a number of damp and / or soggy letters including one with a free piece of paper inserted.
We must also mention at this moment in the text description of this podcast tat you can buy your very own miniature DredgeLand Bunker. EXCLUSIVE to DredgeLand.com.
The show continues at a pace after this and includes more TV pitches, a confused Hove resident on the phone as well as this week’s elongated ending.
It’s 04:00 – 04:06 and / or 04:36 in the am and DredgeLand are back!
Due to a discrepancy in broadcasting, DredgeLand have been drafted in to HoveFM to bring you the best in local radio for the 04:00 person(s).
Join John and Andy and a number of Hove based residents for some live and local radio cake and tea before breakfast.
John’s been out into the community to understand more on their opinions specifically relating to the Hove roundabout and there is a number of mentions of Ice cream and an ice cream competition. Plus all of your damp letters in this week’s dank and / or dripping wet PostBag.
We wrap up with our take on what’s on HoveFM in the week ahead – please do donate to the DredgeLand Crisp appeal soon.