Show broadcast on 14 November 2015
Another working class Londoner impression for you this week (we miss you Little Georgie Ezra), as well as the inevitable response to Josh, the new sitcom starring famous thespian Elis James. John questions some football facts, whether one can operate multiple twitter accounts, and what the names of other people are. Of course there's Humble Brag Of The Week, Winner Plays On, and Email Of The Species too.
John's introduction of Elis
"To my left is the great bard of Carmarthen. Giving truth to power and power to the truth. Mr Elis James, celebrated actor! Treading the boards - the notices, the notices! Kill for a seat! Kill for a ticket! "
Conversations and riffs
Elis is starring in new BBC Three sitcom, 'Josh', which began airing this week. John is confused as to why he wasn't invited to be one of the extras in a party scene when there seemed to be a part tailor-made for him. Elis received a lot of positive feedback about his Welshman's Thigh after showing his legs off in shorts in the episode.
Turns out Producer Dave has a second Twitter account that caters to satanists.
Did you know that as well as being friends, both Willy Thorne and Gary Lineker have siloed themselves at the highest levels of their sports?
Winner Plays On
Elis and John face off in the weekly quiz on topics of their choice.
Auf Wiedersehn, Pet (Elis) v The Day Today (John). Features a recorded threat to Elis and John from actor Tim Healy of Auf Wiedersehn, Pet fame. And Elis does another live version of the AWP theme tune with full-on reverb / echo effects applied by Prod D. Elis wins 3-2.
Tick Off a Taste
The gang try a new taste sensation sent in by a listener.
In a precursor to the official Tick Off A Taste, Producer Vin has brought in Diwali sweets for the guys to try. Producer Dave doesn't think this type of radio will catch on - no-one wants to hear commercial DJs munching food on air.
Email of the Species
Listeners' emails into the show.
A challenge to E & J's promotion of email from T.E.A.T., a group that wants to protect the tradition of 'old mail'.