31:33 minutes (21.68 MB)
THE PODCAST IS BACK!
On this week's episode, hear an eventful (to say the least) episode of Laurence vs Adam where the challenge was to invent a TV period drama about the 21st century that people will watch in the future; what would Kim Jong-un do on Facebook?; and my latest idea... nightclubs for pets!
Enjoy the podcast!
6:04 minutes (4.21 MB)Vikki Stone, multi-talented comedian, actress, singer and musician and winner of The Soho Theatre One Night Stand Up Award, is appearing at Norwich Playhouse's Lady Haha Event on 8th March. She talked with Future Radio Breakfast's Di Cunningham from a train toilet.
35:54 minutes (24.67 MB)
On this week's podcast, I started the search for the new Pope by auditioning people for the role. The result disappointed Adam at first but he quickly came round to it - find out why and hear the auditions on this episode.
Plus, an interview with Sophie Porter, a pancake race and hear what happens when Adam and I tried to invent a new national day to rival pancake day on Laurence vs. Adam.
All that and a lot more is on this week's episode - enjoy!
28:22 minutes (19.49 MB)
Out of your computer/device/thingy... it's this week's best of the okay-ish bits from this week's Tuesday Evening Club!
On this week's show, we discover that Adam cannot write poetry. Hear the offending article of a poem on this week's Laurence vs Adam, as well as my winning poem. You can judge for yourself: was I the right winner?
Also, a special treat for you! Norwich singer/songwriter Jack Pout plays live, with his catchy style, and we have a chat to him - what a nice chap he his too!
24:53 minutes (17.1 MB)
Firstly, I apologise for having to put the podcast on hold recently, but It's back now.
On this week's episode, Adam wins some challenges for a change! Find out how and what he won on the podcast.
We played 'band deedpole' - feel free to play along as you listen to the podcast.
The challenge on Laurence vs Adam, where the scores aefore this week were Me 1 - Adam 0, was to create our own non-alcoholic cocktails.
Plus, the brains of future radio continues, the underrated films box set and my idea to save Blockbuster.
33:07 minutes (22.75 MB)
Sorry for the lack of podcast last week.
On this week's show, as there's a new 'Director-General' of the BBC, I launch a search for a Director-Specific.
Find out who wins on Laurence vs Adam with the scores at 30 1/2 all. This week's challenge is to invent a sport. Mine is the Laurenceathon!
Plus, I chat to local band Call it Reckless, the search for 'The brains of Future Radio' continues and Adam looses the Punathon - again.
Enjoy the episode.