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.
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.
DredgeLand, the Podcast Spectacular is five years old! It’s also fifty four weeks of bunker based podcasting.
Join John G Dredge and Andy O Harland as they reflect and present a few classic clips from the last five years of perpendicular podcasting.
Join special guests such as Johnson & Johnson, Cram and / or Coe and some other people less relevant in circles and cliques and be wowed at clips from DredgeLand’s early broadcasting days on #WandsworthRadio
Enjoy a little look back into the past and / or present from Hove’s most recently relevant podcasting based duo.
HoveFM, HoveFM, HoveFM, Hove!
Yes, welcome back dearest listener to another HoveFM DredgeLand special, broadcast at 04:00 to 04:36 each morning in the AM.
Join John Dredge and / or Andy Harland this week as they take more listener correspondence on What’s the tallest you’ve ever been? Also, John and Andy are reviewing the recent Local Situation, reaching out to some of the local people involved and / or impacted by the local situation.
John has also been reviewing paths in the local area and a number of listeners have been sending in their short worded letters.
Michael Fish is also on the show and we wrap up with this week’s #BookClub.
Many people often ask us why we hunkered down into a bunker 100 leagues beneath the Hove Plinth, Hove Seafront, Hove. Well, as it becomes apparent that a local situation is clearly becoming exacerbated , you too know why.
That and everything really is happier underground.
Join John and Andy and a host of local people live from the situation as it unfolds in a dramatic real time episode of the DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular.
Will you survive? Will the local situation improve? How far away is it if you lay down? All of these may be answered in the next thirty or so minutes. Good luck!
Good evening to you. As your dutiful hosts return for what can only be described as their 51st consecutive week of bunker based podcasting join John Dredge and Andy Harland for another effort in Hove based podcasting.
This week, the Middling Association of Great Missenden and associated caravan club have been in touch to provide their great respect and / or feedback on our recent back-to-front podcast spectacular
John and Andy immediately investigate this letter and QUE SURPRISE Andy has invested in two envelopes and then provides John with a choice to return our first ever written feedback from (within).
After this, there’s quite a number of words said about a new gap in the market – The Double Act Audiobook and we learn about Pianos and where to buy them.
Hear us next week for week 52.
John’s been scammed! Take heed and steer clear of telephone scams pertaining to be from the Kay’s catalogue.
This week’s show is a homage to the classic two parter with part one featuring this week.
Andy is doing his best to steer John away from said scamming artist and / or artists and thus follows approximately 28 minutes of conversational podcast nonsense including the DredgeLand idea of the week: a live Thursday Kitchen fast food stadium tour and / or event. (After a significant discussion on the four food groups and associated colours).
In other news, Julia Bradbury has been walking and touring walking around towns beginning with B.
It also appears that John is being paid over one thousand pounds a week and Andy ends the show with a spoon attack.. what will happen next? Find out next week in part two of the first two part DredgeLand Podcast Spectacular!
Dear listener. Your job is clear, listen to this podcast. We hope you enjoy it.
We’ve had a serious amount of mail in this week’s Post Bag, much of it for John Dredge of Hove. John’s only gone and bagged himself a Royal Enterprise Award and (yes, and) a second award in the form of a medal for services to pondering.
Andy has received nothing.
Your daft duo then discuss John’s recent audition for the TV concept series Shin. What follows is a conceptual preview of an episode (excerpt) of the show with Andy and John playing the key roles.
The show ends with more correspondence for John from a man with three first names and actually ends with another of John’s classic fables.