February 11, 2019
We are back after a lengthy winter break! We answer the lottery conundrum, is it the isle of Man or Isle of Wight? The Great and Godawful features an Indian man, a tory MP, a high street stalwart and a classic album. Our guest playing One Third this week is Manchester's answer to Reg Varney: Dom Risk!
0:00 - 15.17 Intro - Lottery wins and Isle of Wight/Man
15:17 - 32:00 The Great and The Godawful
32:00 - End One Third of an Hour with Dom Risk
November 18, 2018
More fun with the daring duo, we talk Hedgehogs and broken TV's. In this weeks The Great and Godawful we discuss hologram love, the new Matt Steady album, Digitiser the show and pay tribute to Stan Lee. Our guest on One Third of an Hour is Graham Woods host and creator of the amazing Jaws 19 show on you tube, catch it here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiuK-zNZFFGddnYuFt7VRHQ
0:00 - 9.25 Intro, Hedgehogs and smashed TV's
9:25 - 21:37 The Great and Godawful
21:37 - End One Third of an Hour with Graham Woods
November 2, 2018
hello again! this episode features holiday chat, Pablo playing one third Dana's Great and Godawful is narcotic focused and I pay tribute to the former Leicester City owner Kuhn Vichai Shrivaddanprabha.
0:00 - 10:26 Intro and holidays
10:26 - 23:24 Great and the Godawful
23:24 - End: One Third of an Hour with Pablo
October 19, 2018
Hello and welcome to a new era in the pod! I have a new co-host, the fabulous Dana Lucas!
I hope you enjoy the new format which will include a couple of regular features: The Great and the Godawful, in which we pick out something great and godawful about the week and One Third of an Hour, a game in which we discuss randomly generated topics for twenty minutes or one third of an hour, with a different guest every episode. This time around we have the sexual milkybar that is Davian Dent! Enjoy!
0:00 - 16:20 Intro and Leicester is a great place to get your bits done
16:20 - 30:28 The Great and Godawful
30.28 - End: One Third of An Hour with Davian
August 14, 2018
I am joined by Gemma Hurst who curates reworkings of film soundtrack into playlists on Spotify under the moniker Reimagined. We chat about how she came up with idea and music and movies in general. You can find her on twitter https://twitter.com/reimagineduk where you can also find all the playlists.
August 6, 2018
I am joined by Alistair Findlay, Chris Dillon and Martin Willder to discuss the upcoming 2018 Premier League season. We discuss who we think will finish in the top 4 and who will be relegated. We have an extensive chat about how we think our teams (Liverpool and Leicester) will get on, best and worst transfers so far and my utter disdain for Harry Kane. This episodes secret phrase for those who actually read the blurb is I am sorry if you don't like kickyball. The prize for the first person who tweets this to me is a life time supply of my grattitude.
June 6, 2018
Wonderful episode in which I talk about various things with Seamus from performing standup to facing your demons, not giving a fuck what others think and should I visit Ireland? The Rose of Tralee festival sounds afwul good doesn't it?
April 30, 2018
Another episode featuring a musician I am digging at the moment, Matt Steady! I chat about how he decided to swap working in IT to becoming a fully fledged independent musician. You can catch info about all his music at https://mattsteady.com/ and follow him on facebook https://www.facebook.com/matt.steady and twitter @mattstoicsteady
April 23, 2018
Hello again! I am in conversation with John Dredge and we talk about his comedy influences, how he became part of the double act Dredgeland with Andy Harland and his band John Dredge and the Plinths. I thoroughly enjoyed talking to John and I hope you enjoy listening! You can get the info on the Dredgeland live shows that John mentions here: http://dredgeland.com/ I would also reccomend his podcast which is on there too! I wanted to run a little test to see who actually reads the blurb so the first person to tweet me with the secret phrase rhubarb finger will win a choclate bar of their choice up to the value of a pound.