Audio Comedy Bronze
It's like Christmas. In a magical treehouse. With talking kittens! Join Danny Davies on an unnecessary yomp through the weirder hinterlands of the audiosphere, via the medium of daft voices and off-colour remarks about famous people. There may be a quiz at the end. So pay attention! Featuring infrequent appearances by Michael Parkinson, some Daleks getting excited, 70's BBC continuity announcers and the like. Apart from Series 2. Where there's different stuff going on. Basically, it's 'Justin's House' off Cbeebies, with dalek voices and the odd psuedo-metaphysical "joke". Follow @dannydavies23 on the Twitters, or find A Disappointment on Facebook, or SoundCloud, or Tumblr. Probs.
Duration: 18:55 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 128 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ
A Disappointment - S1 Ep4 - Rude and Green Glory
- MAY! Season of rebirth!MAY! When Pan and Gaia get all drunk and randy and that.MAY! Month of mysteries and elaborate dances, often involving hawthorn and robins.Celebrate the death of winter with episode 4 of ‘A Disappointment’. Professor John Hawksmoor of Cambridge University delves elbow-deep into the folklore of May. Ladybird 18/9 - the lady robot what powers the entire internet - fills us in on the major contenders for next prime minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. ‘Rock Reputations’ sheds new light on the legacy of the late Nick Drake. And there’s horrible, terrible, horrible MURDER!!! Or summat.Oh and the usual Vintage Doctor Who shit.WARNING - very very strong language in this episode. Positively terrible swearing. So be warned.‘A Disappointment’ is proud to count itself among the Legion of Tangent podcast syndicate. For geek banter and general skillness catch all of the LoT podcasts at http://www.thelegionoftangent.co.ccFeatures an extract from Bach’s Cello Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011 performed by Colin Carr, part of the ISGM Music Library - http://www.gardnermuseum.org/music/artist/carr.aspOriginal online date - May 3rd 2010
Keywords: comedy, folklore, may, robots