In these dark times and / or, don’t stare into the abyss. Instead, why not enjoy another episode of the DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular?
We begin the show with an overly emphasised letter from Mrs. However, the letter contains no address to send our reply to.
John and Andy also reflect on more desolate times of the recent past and then in some sort of podcast based miracle we revisit the world famous game of “what’s in the box?”
Now the crux of the show hinges on Andy’s great idea and that idea is the idea of reviewing all bread on the popular video based platform YouTubes.
With a gap in the review based market and the shelves of the local bread emporium, enjoy this deep dive into the best and worst breads of our times.
Soon after that the show ends.
The kind people and / or producers at HoveFM 95.3 gave DredgeLand the 04:00 – 04:36 show this week.
Listen back and join Andy and John as they present Hove’s finest radio half hour and six minutes with mentionable and / or honourable contributions including several time checks and exciting radio features.
We’ve some exclusive new music plus very special guests Cram and Coe who are letting us know what they can see out of their window.
We’re also lucky to be joined by Reverend Plinge / Bings with his thought for the day.
Have you got your DredgeLand digital watch yet? If not, find out more at DredgeLand.com
Hello and let us be the 43rd people to wish you a happy new year! 2021 is upon us and already it’s proved to be totally non shambolic.
Join John and Andy in their bunker, 100 leagues beneath the Hove plinth as they travel through space and / or time to bring to you another DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular.
On this week’s New Year Special, there’s mention of at least one catchphrase and an update on John’s vast Christmas gift construction project. Andy has been given 30 buzzwords for Christmas, can you spot them all?
We also present to you some of our best rubbish jokes for the festive period and decide that we’re finally a fully omnidirectional thinking podcast.
To round things up, Andy presents some all new TV show concepts for John’s perusal and we’re asked by the Mayor of Hove to provide suggestions for the Hove New Years Honors list 2021. Are you on the list?
Good week to you! Join John Dredge and Andy Harland as they open up the post bag this week and rifle through a number of letters received in the week that was.
What’s Johns fixed rate this week? Find out within..
Also occurring in this weeks episode of varying content, we discover the ratio of jam to donut. Quite exciting if you will agree?
We also feature a brand new segment of the show called Up your Weekly Target/ Raise the Bar / Up your Game.
Should you want to buy your own DredgeLand graph, do please get in touch @dredgeland. Oh and the show ends with a moral.
3…2… Hello and welcome to this weeks DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular.
Join John and Andy this week as they investigate another all new business based concept. However, this week’s show begins with an introduction.
NJ Clidddddddddddddddddd has been in touch with a letter and / or statement of complaint regarding the number of numbers Andy has been using in recent podcast weeks and / or sh0ws. Andy duly responds and encloses a cash gift.
John then spends most of the show listening into and discussing in some detail and / or depth Andy’s brand new business based concept which is going to revolutionise three specific food based industries.
Finally, the show does wind down, so do watch and / or listen out for that.
Behold the pilot episode of our strange yet silly sitcom, which follows the daily exploits of Britain’s most Hove-based comedy double act, DredgeLand (John Dredge and Andy Harland).
Since lockdown, the eccentric duo have been living in an underground bunker, and this programme documents a week in the life of DredgeLand as they struggle to fill the time.
Remember, all of our podcasts can be found at www.dredgeland.com
Good day and / or good eve!
We’re back for another half and hour (or so) of Podcast Spectacular Content. (PSC).
This week, John and Andy introduce two new characters in a considered beginning to the show. Meet Cheam and Wednesday, the Discotheque Detectives (more to follow).
In other content and / or the bulk of the podcast, John has been running a biscuit based business and has invited Andy in to contribute. Andy and John collaborate to invent the triangle based biscuit complete with biscuit handle. (Brilliant Business making Business).
Later on in the show, Andy introduces his sign making business combined with a range of motto’s which leads to a reminiscent moment of the time John and Andy sold catchphrases to a number of celebrities in the eighties.
Finally, we end the show by winding down. Goodbye.
Hello all! You’re back again? Well it’s great to see and or be heard by you.
DredgeLand return this week in their audio podcast format, broadcast 100 leagues beneath the Hove Plinth, Hove seafront, Hove.
Andy’s been trying to gain sponsorship this week and has been in touch with at least three companies. During Andy’s endeavours, he’s written to the Rhyl tourist board, which leads to a nonsensical conversation about the number of films made in the Rhyl area.
Also occurring this week is the earliest ever occurrence of the echo, which occurs very early into the show.
We’ve also had a few letters in, one from Rhyl and another. Plus we revisit the concept TV adventure and / or action series The Store Detectives, which this week is set in Rhyl.
That’s all, folks! (until next week).
MORE ABOUT RHYL HERE
The beginning of this weeks podcast begins with two very strange and special guests providing an introduction to your podcast hosts (John and Andy).
However, fear not! Our usual content shall begin shortly after a conversation about Steeeeeel and Sheffield cutlery on a Thursday.
We must also stress that we are not the Reg Land Podcast Spectacular or the DredgeLünd Podcast from Sweden.
We’ve had a number of letters in our all new section of the show: Right to Reply. In this week’s Right to Reply we’ve had up to two lists sent in after our request for lists including a very special one from Brian Fitzgerald and another slightly less special one with three items (can John guess the items?)
Finally, John tries to telepathise information into Andy’s head, but comes up with a problem relating to a lead lined hat.
We’ve had a lot of correspondence this week and the Post Bag has been brimming as a result.
Many people have been in touch from various TV drama departments regarding our concept regional, exciting, crime / interesting series set in a local DIY store featuring two ex police and / or SAS officers as Store Detectives in a series called The Store Detectives.
We also present a further concept episode of The Store Detectives which focusses on The Store Detectives and up to three new characters.
Join John and Andy as they discuss all letters received as well as the first Sad Letter of recent times.
We wrap up the show with a count-up, which is a novel and interesting way to end the show, we thing you will find. Thank you.