It’s the following week from the week that was previous to this week. However, if you’re listing in the future, this is the current week that was when recorded and / or published but not necessarily the week that you’re currently listen in.
Phew. Now that’s clarified, enjoy said podcast within.
Join John Q Dredge (Q for Quincy) and Andy Harland (Harland) as they speed through the key issues of their tiny minds. Including mention of the official Bucks F*** operational centre to drive financial income.
There’s also a surprise call to TV’s Steve Cram plus another classic podcast ending. Oh and What’s in the box? has rolled over.
Hello reader of the Audio based product that is DredgeLand and our Podcast Spectacular.
This week, Andy’s having issues clearing his mind whilst John has had his freed of all thoughts.
Andy has been working on a charity campaign to raise the profile of former TV celebrity and 80’s person Gary Wilmot. The campaign based conversation soon leads on to the all new competition ‘What’s in the box’
At this point John becomes quite confused with the detail behind the competition and a detailed explanation follows.
Andy then begins to wrap up the show with his latest business idea, selling quiz answers to the BEST TV stations of the UK.
This week’s podcast ending comes from the big book of podcast endings.
Yes, it’s another week of the globally revered comedy podcast that you (the listener) have and / or has selected to listen (thank you).
This week John Q Dredge and A J Harland ESQ have been reminiscing about communication from the recent past.
However, that’s not all and sundry because we’ve been back to radio school as per the request of the HoveFM station commissioner.
Your humousless presenters discuss their recent learning how to manage phone calls, intros, outros and managing quiz’s without killing the recipient. Plus Andy gives away his special and / or secret way to copyright correspondence and transcripts of said correspondence.
Will they return? Answer, yes.
Good day ye merry human persons! It’s the 41st edition of the DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular Bunker based podcast series and / or.
Join John and Andy today (or whichever day of your choosing) as they wrap up another of their famously well received HoveFM 04:00 am radio show.
We present a meandering myriad of mercurial conversation which mainly takes place straight after the 04:36 time in real time.
Andy’s a little garbled and of course rubbish and as a result John provides encouragement and distain.
However, this episode contains an all new TV concept based action adventure series the Garden Centre Detectives which some may say is the most relevant of all content in the 36 minutes within.
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.
This week’s show begins a little more upbeat due to ramifications with John’s downbeat beginnings.
However, your dynamic duo soon raise their point’s in a brand new segment ‘raise a point’. Where in this week’s edition, Andy chooses to raise a point this week on the Knee replacement industry which is one of three industries of late not on its knees.
WAITTHOUGHWHATSTHAT? Yes simple person(s), there’s more. Andy then describes with some vigour his ALL NEW business the DredgeLand Talent Agency and associated Talent Based Business. Andy’s signed John up and pitches some terrific entertainment based jobs and / or.
We will no doubt be back in a week’s time for another edition of the DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular. Congrats.
Thanks to the Podcast Ombudsperson for their feedback regarding last week’s ending to the show, we hope you’re well.
AHOY! Sea persons and those on land, join us in a united front for another episode of the DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular.
We’ve had a number of letters and / or grievances this week in the post bag including three from the future and of course / or past. Not only that but a legal letter has arrived from TV’s wildest walking celebrity Julia Bradbury’s legal representatives.
John Dredge (he’s in the book) and Andrew Colin Hannngggg Plinth Harland 3rd Viscount of Cheam read into each and all of these letters in an audio based conversational format.
WAIT! Some say we don’t offer a lot of value in these descriptions, but ha! Here’s some more information… The show meanders into a live demonstration for the Weather Station from DredgeLand due to Bruno Brookes getting that HoveFM 04:00am slot.
The show does end. Albeit eventually and after about 10 minutes from the beginning of the end.
We’ve had a letter from Mrs Hwwwhimble from Hwwwwimbledon Common SW19
How do you start a podcast? That’s her question and / or enquiry this week. Listen in as John takes some offence to her and her requisition. (?)
However, the most relevant and of course / or content in this weeks programme is the conclusion and / or answer to a young listeners enquiry regarding the content of last week’s show which remained unanswered.
Until now. Yes now. Now we answer those questions and conclude the first ever two part DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular. It isn’t live. it is merely recorded.
There’s also a cat on strike, his name is Steve. Steve Cat.
Only two mentions of Julia Bradbury this week.
*There is absolutely no drilling in this weeks show, none whatsoever. There are also no cats and / or a cat in the show.
Welcome! DredgeLand return this week to an immediate question and / or letter asking for their very own favourite mode of transport.
From there, various conversational based communication takes place related to modes of transport and the methods of transport that Dredge refuses to use and / or drive. Including up to two transport based anecdotes.
There’s also reference to an incident with Claire Voyant, to which John doesn’t come out too well if we’re totally upfront about it.
The show wraps up with a Formal Grievance: The representatives of TV’s Julia Bradbury have been in touch. Shall we return next week? (Yes, because the show is already recorded).
No drilling whatsoever.
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