[soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/regularfeatures/402-political-bee-teeth”] Politics. It’s bloody everywhere. Keir Starmer. Wow. In this episode of the Regular Features podcast, Gav’s gone politics mad about a biscuit baby, Steve has an entire parliament of teeth to contend with, and Joe does some serious … Continue reading
Log runs us through his Zoom meeting bingo card, Steve is torn to shreds by the irradiating power of 5G masts, and Gav concludes the saga of his encounter with a blue tick scammer. This one gets *messy* towards the … Continue reading
This week Steve, Joe, Matt and Gav go on an adventure to space to meet a long lost Uncle and then crash back down to earth to deal with a naughty virus.
Have YOU voted in the 2019 election? If you have then here’s a special podcast as a present just to say thanks.
Look, it’s just Steve and Log this week, so you can expect about twenty minutes of low-energy discussion on the topic of sandwiches cut with some top-notch King whimsy. Everybody else will be back soon, please be patient with us … Continue reading
In this episode of Regular Features, Joe finds a new pet for the podcast inside of a egg, Log takes us on a tour of Nottingham’s sights, and Steve brings us all the latest news from the big Apple event … Continue reading
This week Matt, Steve and Joe explore the gamut of comedic subjects including reusable sperm buckets, hot dogs and Roger Helmer.
Stop or we’ll shoot! Shoot a hot load of podcast bullets into your willing face, that is, because this week’s episode is all about justice. Justice for Steve and his busted up mouth. Justice for Log’s new film noir detective … Continue reading
This week Gav brings you the news as per usual and Steve remembers an old cheat code which caused an old man to get his nips out. It’s a two-man back and forth that simply won’t stop
In this one, Steve tells the true story of Prince Philip’s big nasty car flip, Matt steals a towel and Joe has problems with slime towns. Yes, the audio quality is garbageholes, but we had to make do. We made … Continue reading