John Pride, Made Up Games & 8 Hour Nap Guys
Show broadcast on 8 July 2017
***BRAND NEW FEATURE ALERT*** We've cracked a brand new bottle of badinage on the good ship Radio X with the flood of Made Up Games that you legends keep sending in! An absolute hammer-show today with all the usual refinements: Stinking Humblebrags, buckets of shame, an ever so light-hearted paper review and some sweet, sweet emails.
John's introduction of Elis
"To my left, a man so proud of his roots that he adds a minimum of one teaspoon of soil from the foot hills of Pengellen to protein shakes, which he consumes while saluting a poster of trade unionist Arthur Horner. "
Conversations and riffs
Today, John got "in-vibe-orated" at the Pride march today and felt a great sense of positivity. Elis and John celebrate social change in our lifetime - but do remember to stand on the right and walk on the left when on the escalator.
Elis recounts meeting a rock star but feeling uncool because he had his braces in and was teaching his girlfriend reverse parking.
John tweets Brighton & Hove Council live on air to make a clever remark about their car park ticket machines not accepting standard coins. But no-one in the studio wants to retweet it.
Elis James' Light-Hearted Paper Review
Elis' selection of humorous stories from this week's newspapers.
According to a survey by PC World, 37 years old and above is the acceptable cut-off age for going clubbing.
John's Shame Well
John frees another listener of their shame.
Getting caught by work colleagues while putting on a fake high-pitched voice and pretending to be your American girlfriend in order to deal with a utility bills issue.
More examples of that scourge of social media, the humblebrag.
Someone who reckons their bank turned them away because they have "too much money".
Elis and John compete to name as many things as possible on a theme in alphabetical order in 30 seconds.
Current Summer Olympic sports. John wins 6-2.
Listeners suggest made-up games that Elis and John can play.
Now an official feature, using games sent in by listeners! This week, Noisemaker: one of you simulates the noise of an object with their mouth and the other has to guess it.
Tick Off a Taste
The gang try a new taste sensation sent in by a listener.
EJLHPR: According to a survey by PC World, 37 years old and above is the acceptable cut-off age for going clubbing.
The 'Keep It Session' Sessions
A special section at the end of the podcast for music recommendations.
Trevor Senser the album 'Andy Warhol's Dream' (John)