Bunkers and Municipal offices have been visited, toured and established in regions far and / or wide.
Yes, listener and / or viewer – fans of Spot The Ledger (and Obelisks) – DredgeLand are BACK!
After a successful tour in Fiji (for some, with Simply Red) and of course a visit to the consulate, John Fridge Dredge and Andrew Oven Harland return to podcasting form.
The dynamic duo bring you tales (within about a 30 min timeframe) of their time off since their last podcast (broadcast 305 days ago).
The show concludes with an anecdote about a visit to The Celebrity Hotel and in the end, thank you and talk next week! (Goodbye).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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