Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Episode 2 of the new series of The John Dredge Nothing To Do With Anything Show now online!

To the lilting strains of your friendly neighbourhood fuzz duck, we gather another episode while we may. In this week’s barnstorming bonanza of balderdash, Farmer Collins is on hand with a new yet unimproved agricultural song, and Terry Medford has trouble with his slippers. Plus, in Part Two, you can hear both Parts Three and Four for a limited time only. In fact, the limited time is now up, which shows you just how limited time can be.

Hosted by the British Comedy Guide website – here’s the link you need! 

Sunday, 27 April 2014

new series of comedy podcasts now online

An insanely silly comedy podcast series featuring strange skits, surreal spoofs and sublime sound effects, from the peculiar minds of radiophonic personage John Dredge and his producer sidekick Richard Cray. With frankly baffling guest appearances from Anna Emerson, Greg Haiste, James Shakeshaft, Mark Davison and Katy Slater, the show delivers 20 minutes of continuous audio weirdness and deranged sonic hi-jinks direct from the ether, like.

"Podcast heaven", Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard. "Some of the funniest, most imaginative comedy I have heard in years", GoodPodcasts.com

Series 3, Episode 1: In today's opening salvo of stuff, we bring you up-to-the-minute Shoe Shop News from the actual owners of a shoe shop. Avant-garde film-maker and amateur weather forecaster David Lynch turns up uninvited yet again, and there's a game show the like of which you've never heard before or since - but who is in the soundproof booth? And what of Basil the Cylinder? Tune in and find out, holdall fans!

The series is hosted online by the British Comedy Guide website and here's a link to the show!

Thursday, 17 April 2014

new podcast series which is a bit weird and bonkers you see

Coming soon, in fact next Tuesday, it’s the brand new crackpot third series of The John Dredge Nothing To Do With Anything Show. Brought to you by the British Comedy Guide in association with Others Ltd, it includes strange skits, fractured features and splendiferous sounds. Tune into your internets on 22nd April and hear things in a podcastular way.
‘Never knowingly undersilly’ – Great Missenden Twig Society.