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Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Stuff the crypts - we're on the Radio!

Our BBC session is going to be the featured session on Adam Walton's show on Radio Wales this Sunday, the 28th of May to be precise. You can listen to it on the Radio Wales website - www.bbc.co.uk/wales/radiowales, on 93-104 FM and 882 and 657 AM. The show starts at 10.00pm, or 22.00 hours for you 24 hour clockists. And we’ll be getting interviewed as well, so if you want to hear me say witty and amusing things you’d best be making a cup of tea when I start talking and get me to read some Oscar Wilde to you next time we meet.

Not sure if I’ll be able to persuade Monica to say anything. She’s too cool for interviews.

Hoooraaah!

9 comments:

Hughes the Booze said...

I shall begin winding my clockwork wireless now.

Suprised bystander said...

And I shall begin working my windless cock.

surpised bystander said...

I, on the other hand, will be wiring up my windclock. Everyone should have one.

MonkeyChops said...

Congratulations, frics! And Mr Frictionless, don't forget go to the toilet before doing the interview as the BBC have a controversial policy of sealing all visitors' 'non-essential orifices' upon arrival.

The Loose Moose said...

I have dinner plans that evening, however I shall indeed tune in. I have a radio capable mobile and i can surreptituously listen in whilst feigning interest in my hosts. Don't worry they're not to perceptive so i'll probably get away with it.

Hughes the Booze said...

I shall begin cocking my workless wind

MonkeyChops said...

I have just finished windwork clockless wiring. It's a thankless job unless I'm being thanked. I do like a good thank.

Hughes the Booze said...

I've often been told that I'm a total thanker.

I thank, therefore I am.

MonkeyChops said...

By the way, Mister Booze, I've just seen your kind comments on my Soundclick site message board - thanks ever so! ('thanks' as in 'thankyou', obv)