Elis & John ChatNav 3000
Show broadcast on 29 June 2018
On today's show, Elis catches a nasty case of 'Riff Disease', John has his pulse on new music and the boys discuss the issues with "lending out your bum". I can't really explain that one, best you hear it for yourself!
Conversations and riffs
Standing in for Johnny Vaughan's 4-7pm show week of 25-29 June 2018.
John debriefs on his recent holiday to Umbria, Italy.
An hour-long 'weirdness amnesty' is held during which listeners can text or tweet in to share their weird habits that perhaps cause awkwardness with partners, family or friends (or perhaps they don't even know about them).
Weirdness includes: a listener who needs to let his new girlfriend know that he listens to show tunes in the bath, John's need to listen to Harry Potter audio books to get to sleep - no matter who he might be sharing a bed with, Elis' girlfriend's treatment of books while reading in the bath or going on a journey, having to walk around every single aisle when you go in a shop, John visited a Tesco every day for a week for (a) a walk and (b) to see how they were going to solve a section reorganisation conundrum, someone who must get naked in order to have a poo, someone gets an urge to post their smartphone whenever they walk past a post box.
John accidentally invents a new way to back-announce "Liam Gallagher's brother Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds".
Listeners text and tweet during the show on this week's topic.
What's the lamest part you've played in a school nativity play?
John's Shame Well
John frees another listener of their shame.
Being caught having a poo in the woods at a festival and needing to rush away, leaving yourself soiled, smelly and hiding in your tent. Then that girl you chatted up earlier turns up to join you in your sleeping bag...
Bumping into your ex-girlfriend while at the supermarket with your wife, getting flustered and generally mistaking the one for the other, leading to you slapping your ex-girlfriend on the bum and putting half your shopping in her car boot instead of your own (not a euphemism).