Good day to you! Yes, it’s the DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular and we’re here for your audio entertainment.
This week, we’ve had some listener complaints in the post bag plus a special letter from the local Ombudsperson.
Further on in the audio podcast you are listening to, John pitches some of his latest radio based ideas for features, Andy takes a critical look at each.
Finally, or at least somewhere near the end of the show, Gordon Gilltrap calls in for a round of It’s in the bag, or near the bag or it is not in the bag and / or the bag has disappeared. Also, the Hove Slogan competition roles over for another week, so please do keep those suggestions coming through!
At the end of the show, the show is over. Just after the outro.
Dearest listener, we’re back with a vengeance. We’re also back with an exclusive competition! Yes, you the Hove listener and / or resident can provide a ‘Slogan for Hove’. More details within.
Also in this week’s episode:
- John does the intro
- John repeats the intro
- John and Andy discuss the intro
- There’s an Intro
Post intro content:
- Upbeat Emails of the Week
- A long listener letter
- Gordon returns
- As does his brother
- The show ends soon after
That’s a reasonable summary in our opinion, if you remain unsatisfied then please write in and enclose a cheque for £40.
It’s live! It’s unedited! It’s in its rawest form!
Welcome, human listener to the DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular, live from the Bunker, 100 leagues beneath the Hove Plinth.
This week, your intrepid and marginally insane hosts take you on a fully unedited trip into their minds and / or eye. With little to no focus or purpose, this edit is edit free.
However, there is also some other content no less which this week includes Andy and John calling a listener, some listener correspondence, John’s thought of the week and Andy’s excellent new concept for a hotel, of which he’s been quite busy planning.
John decides to play his part and pitches ideas for jobs in the new establishment whilst a call is made to Asda for building materials.
This is not a downbeat podcast. We must respect the wishes of the local ombudsman and present the following:
Join John ER Dredge and Andy A&E Harland for another week’s podcast for the people of Hove. We’re covering the latest in Hove based issues and / or bunker based business.
John’s had an incident with fire at the council and needless to say, the lady mayor remains slightly singed.
As a result of incident, Andy proposed the construction of a local monument and / or tourist attraction. Andy of course complied for a small fee of £385.50.
But wait, that is not all. Andy has a brilliant scheme for the Hove Advertiser Fun Fair on the 17th. See you there? We already know the answer.
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.
It is a well known fact that Hove (UK Hove) is entirely round.
Join Andy harland esquire and the very talented John Dredge OBE as they travel through their very own minds eye for another week of nonsensical chat and / or conversation.
On the show this week:
- Corner Shops, their contents and returns policy
- The Hove Haberdashery
- An all new Zone based system
- Andy’s rental idea ‘The Hove Library of Things
- The Anteater and who’s charge it is in
- More content most likely
In the end, the end. Until next week! Ahoy.
Blimp! That’s right human reader and / or listener, the Blimp is back! Specifically in Hove, UK Hove.
Join John R G H Dredge and Andrew Harmond-Eggplant this week as the conversation format based podcast for the Hove generation continues.
Andy’s got the shopping to do, so much of today’s chat involves food based stuff and / or other concepts expected and unexpected.
John’s very keen on more green things, perhaps linked to a recent government grant. Has he Fritted the cash away?
The beginning of this week’s show does contain an advert, which is fine as we need the income.
Green carpets! Yes, Green Carpets (Caps there). Some say it can’t be achieved, but John FGL Dredge has achieved it.
Andy’s a little surprised to say the least, especially after such a downbeat introduction to the show. So much so, a letter has come through from the Crown Copyright Service.
Join John and Andy for another 35 mins or just over as they discover the latest local television offerings in Hove, discuss all things clogs and carpets and end the show on a high with many different references featuring within.
Good afternoon in the afternoon, good morning in the morning and good evening in the evening. Now that’s sorted, we shall begin.
Andy has invested 4.5p in real change of John’s savings to invest into local businesses and / or associations. This spread investment has yield quite considerable impact.
One of those investments yielding across multiple angles includes the Royal Society and the Hove Hovercraft Association and Associated Hovercrafts.
Thus begins the bulk of this week’s conversation as Andy describes in some detail the exact in’s and out’s of how to design, construct and pilot / operate a local Hovercraft.
Warning: This 35 minute episode contains significant Hovercraft content.