Weird collections, objects with the best throwing weight, baby voice-ingtons, and much more.
Show broadcast on 16 March 2014
Elis and John are back and this week, inspired by John's childhood Farthing Set, they're taking on a range of strange collections, including the usual stacks of old NMEs and the less usual boxes of scabs. Plus their collection of youth slang continues to grow, with a handy recap ICYMI. The usual features are back too, with Pink Floyd questioned in Sacred Cows, John's Ronnie O'Sullivan taking on Elis' Manic Street Preachers in The Winner Plays On and a Textual Healing concern regarding baby voices and in joke-ingtons.
John's introduction of Elis
"And as luck would have it, alongside me is the Gower's foremost sleight of hand artist."
Conversations and riffs
John breaks his silence on his devotion to the milled copper farthing. Elis discussed the throwing weight of Creme Eggs.
Listeners text and tweet during the show on this week's topic.
A listener calls the show with a problem.
Isobel from Crystal Palace, whose boyfriend keeps adding cutesy 'ing-tons' to the end of words
Should this celebrated band / artist go into the paddock of sacred cows or be doomed to the abattoir?
Pink Floyd (nominated by Elis) - Abbatoir
Winner Plays On
Elis and John face off in the weekly quiz on topics of their choice.
Manic Street Preachers (Elis) vs Ronnie O'Sullivan (John). John wins.