Summary: Podcasting\'s answer to Variety. But without the entertainment. Nor the variety as it happens.
Under the guidance of locals George and Phillip, Mr Smash enters the Czech Republic with travel companion, Bradders. / We visit the Turkey Project and while the word "Crisps" proves tricky to spit out, we address other pronunciation issues. Not only do we discover that Jane's from Essex, not Manchester, but Mr Smash unearths where the H+H Cafe owner keeps the sugar. Luckily, Oscar's feeling better. / We have Minty's Review; an ex-pat export reporting from Downunder; the camp weather forecast; sleep and the most smashful cricket commentator ever. / Welcome to The Smashcast / Smash@theSmashcast.com
After the last Smashcast's exposé on the failure of Mr Smash's attempt to take up exercise, in this very brief episode you can hear him exercise his vote. Listen out for the actual pencil scratch as he makes his mark. Gripping stuff. Starring Smashcast regular and housemate, Minty Colquhoun. Smash@theSmashcast.com
Needing exercise, Mr Smash tries a little jogging when he stumbles across a pyramid in the forest. The Wyse Man doesn't quite impart his wisdom while Little Becky wants to become a hairdresser. The Digital Switchover leaves Mr Smash needing some paternal assistance and Mark Norman throws down the gauntlet to get his Scooter back. From Italy. Oh, and there's something for the Michael Jackson fan in you too.
Christmas Past, Present and Future are featured here in the form of Ian Munday and Steve Tierney, Adrian Bradley and Brian Blessed's Yeti. Indeed, Ian upsets the New Forest Ranger's children while Steve gets so excited that he plops in a helmet. Adrian meanwhile enlists the help of the NHS to Stop The Cavalry and Brian Blessed tells us that the Almas Giant actually exists. One day, we'll see. We'll see. Also in this episode, The Wyse Man promises us a Christmas nugget to mull over this festive season and we feature Loopy's Christmas Miss, Wonderful Christmas.
Canada Chris is missing England. It's all about the bacon really. Mr Smash explains the back story to why there's been an absence. Obviously he doesn't want to go on about it too much and Sue Ryder returns just as we're about to head off to Zambia again - this time it's with an ode to Not Wrestling. Louise Harewood eats a Kit Kat and tells us about it while an acupuncturist leaves something out of Mr Smash's brown bag of yucky herbal medicine. Meanwhile Steve Tierney surrenders all dignity as he tries to introduce his new son to the Smashcast listeners. We also hear the Fifth Beatle Forecast.
Not your usual type of Smashcast, but some of you have been asking me about the South Africa trip I went on. Well, here it is. In this podcast we arrive at Singita's Lebombo Lodge and enjoy the first half of a 24 hour stay that includes the luxurious rooms, the exquisite hospitality and an evening game drive. We hear from General Manager, Jason; Guide, Jared; and Reception Staff, Advice and Katherine. Presented by LittleSmasher.com with David Manttan of Kruger2Canyons. --- For enquiries: Tel/Fax (multiple lines) +27 (0)15 793 0917 Web http://www.kruger2canyons.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Being mugged in Bristol. Adrian Bradley runs for the Air Ambulance and takes part in a Jelly Baby Holocaust. Oh Mickey you're so senior, you're so senior you blow my mind hey Mickey. Pete Davis sings about Bacon and Eggs for us while we hear from Chris Powell. Doctor of Human Genetics, Louise, tastes a new Marmite flavour and Little Becky wants her school demolished. Oh yeah, how important is pooing? SO important, that's how. Click here for the chance to donate to Adrian Bradley's charitable cause or visit http://www.justgiving.com/adrianbradley
Includes Wyn Walters, a Postcard from Australia, a bleedin' terrible Elvis Presley impersonation, Sue Ryder's Greatest Bargains and some other nonsense. It's all nonsense.
Dame Shirley Bassey doesn't change her dress. Wanting to go home. Happy Birthday from Everyone. Lighting lanterns. She-pees and other toilet experiences. Spotting Kevin Spacey. The Silent Disco. Ewan snores. Mud. Food. Mud. Food. Mud.
Pre-Glasto phone calls. Booze buying. Naked Kate Moss. Cheering the sunshine. Jacqui gets the beers in. Spaced Out Spacey. The Healing Fields. Lester's Magic Poncho. Meeting Mark and Maddy. Ladies in wellies. Mud.
Hoovering with Bucks Fizz. Old Tapes. Musical Youth. Minty's Review. Hawkeye at Wimbledon. An Ice Bath. The Smashcast tribute to Hovis Seeded Granary White Bread.
Starring Dan Manns. The Cricket World Cup. A funny GP. The Telemarketer Prank. Some old TV Themes to keep us interested.
Wyse words, Sue Ryder's Greatest Bargains, Minty's Review, the Orkney Baa, people's highlights of 2006, squeezing glands, Broadband City, Guy's finger, the first quarter-millionaire, dipping toes in the North Sea, the Bingo Puppy Dog Song, Tom's New Phone, how to handle an aggressive dog.
Zambia sings. Poor old Ann Treeve, smuggler's grass. Jingle Babies. Loopy Christmas Song. The Land's End Signpost. The Sugar Plum Flatulence. Who wants to be a Carrottaire?
Packing for Zambia. Curling with Pete Braithwaite. Meeting Chloe and her mini tour of Emsworth. Sampling at the Emsworth Food Festival. Sue Ryder's Greatest Bargains. Mr Bradley's Impersonations of Science Fiction entities. Brislington's Business Man's Next Business Idea (to the sound of Catalini's La Wally). Wyse Words. The Moon.