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Waffle On Podcast

Waffle On Podcast
Description:
A Podcast dedicated to classic TV programmes and films from around the world. We'll be talking about TV shows such as Monty Python, The Equalizer, MASH, Doctor Who, The Prisoner and films such as Monty Pythons search for the Holy Grail, Get Carter, The Italian Job, Ealing Comedies, Carry On films and loads more.

Homepage: http://waffleon.podbean.com

RSS Feed: http://waffleon.podbean.com/feed/

Waffle On Podcast Statistics
Episodes:
248
Average Episode Duration:
0:0:46:54
Longest Episode Duration:
0:2:16:57
Total Duration of all Episodes:
8 days, 1 hours, 53 minutes and 0 seconds
Earliest Episode:
9 January 2009 (6:39pm GMT)
Latest Episode:
27 May 2018 (3:14pm GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
13 days, 19 hours, 26 minutes and 16 seconds

Waffle On Podcast Episodes

  • Waffle On About Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

    12 September 2010 (7:47pm GMT)
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    Waffle On About Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

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    Welcome to this months episode of Waffle On. This month we talk about the brilliant 1998 gangster comedy Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. this film launched the directorial career of Guy Ritchie and launched the acting career of Jason Statham. The film has a plethora of British talent including Jason Flemyng, Nick Moran, Dexter Fletcher and Vinnie Jones. It has a brilliant script and we add in some samples from the film for your 9and of course our) enjoyment.

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    WARNING THIS EDITION HAS SWEAR WORDS IN IT. Yes alas we have to put this warning out because the samples from the film do contain swear words so expect the odd f-bomb and other colourful words. I don\xe2\x80\x99t agree with censoring films or anything really so i wont be bleeping anything out. You have been warned.

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    BONUS We like to treat you wonderful listeners so keep on listening through the promos and you get a full song from the soundtrack of Lock Stock. We play you Truly Madly Deeply by Skanga a song that was not featured on the USA version of the soundtrack.

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    Next month is of course Halloween so we will be doing a special Halloween show in the shape of Waffle On about Garth Marenghi\xe2\x80\x99s Darkplace. Comments welcome as usual to waffleonpodcast@gmail.com

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    Also if you fancy a bit more of Meds\xe2\x80\x99s work head over to http://themartiansarehere.com and check out the brilliant on going story by Stefan Sawynok.\n

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  • Whats Up Waffle On.

    15 August 2010 (1:44pm GMT)
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    Whats Up Waffle On,

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    Hello and welcome to this months podcast. On this show Meds and kell throw the waffle On doors open to you our listeners. We want your opinion on our show. We are thinking of adding and modifying the whole show and we want to know if that\xe2\x80\x99s what you would like.

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    We have been doing this for nearly two years (we did some early shows that are not on here lol) and we thought its about time we shook things up a bit and improve. So take a listen and let us know what you think. Email us at waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com or to my personal email if you have it, or leave a comment here on podbean or on our Facebook page. Your opinions matter and please be honest.

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    Cheers and we look forward to bringing you septembers waffle On which will be all about the brilliant 1998 film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking barrels. MP3\xe2\x80\x99s and emails welcome for that show.

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  • Star Trek The Next Generation.

    16 July 2010 (9:26am GMT)
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    Waffle On About Star Trek The Next Generation.

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    Star Trek The Next Generation is as weall know an American television programme so why are we waffling on about it. Well Its simple. Once a year Waffle On is going to do a show about a prominent American programme that had a big effect on both Meds and Kell. This year its time for TNG.

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    Star Trek TNG hit our screens in the mid 1980\'s and impressionable young lads that we were (and geeks at heart) we both jumped into the magical world of this brilliant programme. Plus we both quite fancied Tasha Yar and Deanna Troi. The first few series of TNG were a bit crap, and we say that in our own friendly banter way but the other four series were brilliant. This episode is a little bit longer than normal but it is packed with listener mp3\'s from Rico, Al, Rick, Kenny, Harry, Jen, Angela, Sue, Sarah and a brilliant email from Katrin so we hope you enjoy it.

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    As always thanks for listening and make it so.\n

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  • Waffle On About Star Trek The Next Generation.

    16 July 2010 (7:26am GMT)
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    Waffle On About Star Trek The Next Generation.

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    Star Trek The Next Generation is as weall know an American television programme so why are we waffling on about it. Well Its simple. Once a year Waffle On is going to do a show about a prominent American programme that had a big effect on both Meds and Kell. This year its time for TNG.

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    Star Trek TNG hit our screens in the mid 1980\xe2\x80\x99s and impressionable young lads that we were (and geeks at heart) we both jumped into the magical world of this brilliant programme. Plus we both quite fancied Tasha Yar and Deanna Troi. The first few series of TNG were a bit crap, and we say that in our own friendly banter way but the other four series were brilliant. This episode is a little bit longer than normal but it is packed with listener mp3\xe2\x80\x99s from Rico, Al, Rick, Kenny, Harry, Jen, Angela, Sue, Sarah and a brilliant email from Katrin so we hope you enjoy it.

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    As always thanks for listening and make it so.\n

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  • A Waffle On Special. The Martians Are Here, a Interview with Stefan Sawynok

    1 July 2010 (10:38am GMT)
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    A Waffle On Special. Simon Interviews Stefan Sawynok.

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    Hello and welcome to this very special edition of Waffle On. Squeezed in between the normal Waffles is this special, in which Simon interviews Australian author and producer Stefan Sawynok.

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    Stefan is the main man behind the brilliant science fiction audio drama The Martians Are Here. The story is set in Australia with five very different people who ultimately must work together to figure out what is going on. Not only does Stefan write and produce the main story he also produces the odd specials, one of which is Simon\xe2\x80\x99s story Once a Jolly Swagman, Little Bit of Trouble by Jen Rhodes and Pyramid by Mike Featherstone.

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    Stefan is accompanied by Rick Moyer who not only writes all the music for The Martians Are Here he also narrates and puts the whole series together.

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    It was a great honour to talk to Stefan and I hope you all enjoy the conversation we had, its insightful and informative. The Martians Are Here podcast is a brilliant series and I cant recommend it enough. To listen to The Martians Are Here head to www.themartiansarehere.com

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    Cheers and Thanks for Listening.\n

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  • Steptoe and Son

    15 June 2010 (10:22pm GMT)
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    Waffle On about Steptoe and Son

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    Hello and welcome to this months edition of Waffle On. This month we talk about the brilliant 1960\'s comedy tv series Steptoe and Son. Brilliantly written by Galton and Simpson the series made stars of the two actors Harry H Corbett and Wilfred Brambell but also cursed them with the dreaded typecast noose.

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    We as usual ask you love listeners to leave us reviews and comments on itunes and please do listen to the promos at the end of the show which include The Martians Are Here Podcast, Anomaly Podcast, Tin Dog Podcast, Knights of the Guild Podcast, Dirty Boxes Podcast and Take Him With You Podcast.\n

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  • Waffle On about Steptoe and Son

    15 June 2010 (8:22pm GMT)
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    Waffle On about Steptoe and Son

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    Hello and welcome to this months edition of Waffle On. This month we talk about the brilliant 1960\xe2\x80\x99s comedy tv series Steptoe and Son. Brilliantly written by Galton and Simpson the series made stars of the two actors Harry H Corbett and Wilfred Brambell but also cursed them with the dreaded typecast noose.

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    We as usual ask you love listeners to leave us reviews and comments on itunes and please do listen to the promos at the end of the show which include The Martians Are Here Podcast, Anomaly Podcast, Tin Dog Podcast, Knights of the Guild Podcast, Dirty Boxes Podcast and Take Him With You Podcast.\n

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  • Children's TV shows

    23 May 2010 (8:43pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 51 seconds

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    Waffle On about Children\'s TV shows Part One

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    Welcome to this months edition of Waffle On. Here we talk about some children\'s television shows that we watched back in the 1970\'s. As you will notice that we have put Part One up in the title and that is because we will be doing another one on shows shown in the 1970\'s and of course the 1980\'s. There are so many kids shows we could have talked about but we whittled this down to some of our favourites. We also have comments from Antony from the scuttercast, Boz from Here Goes Nothing and emails from Dan Vieira and Cherly Hough.

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    If you loved Mr Ben, Bagpuss, The Flumps and more this show is for you and as always if you don\'t know these programmes then stay tuned and hopefully you will find something you like and go search for it.

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    Once a Jolly Swagman

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    Little Bit of Trouble\n

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  • Waffle On about Children's TV shows Part One.

    23 May 2010 (6:43pm GMT)
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    Waffle On about Children\xe2\x80\x99s TV shows Part One

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    Welcome to this months edition of Waffle On. Here we talk about some children\xe2\x80\x99s television shows that we watched back in the 1970\xe2\x80\x99s. As you will notice that we have put Part One up in the title and that is because we will be doing another one on shows shown in the 1970\xe2\x80\x99s and of course the 1980\xe2\x80\x99s. There are so many kids shows we could have talked about but we whittled this down to some of our favourites. We also have comments from Antony from the scuttercast, Boz from Here Goes Nothing and emails from Dan Vieira and Cherly Hough.

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    If you loved Mr Ben, Bagpuss, The Flumps and more this show is for you and as always if you don\xe2\x80\x99t know these programmes then stay tuned and hopefully you will find something you like and go search for it.

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    Promo\xe2\x80\x99s played are from www.themartiansarehere.com

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    Once a Jolly Swagman

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    Little Bit of Trouble\n

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  • Spaced

    25 April 2010 (10:28pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes and 13 seconds

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    On this episode of Waffle On al about the brilliant channel 4 comedy Spaced. Written by Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson the show first aired in 1999 and lasted for only two series. Directed brilliantly by Edgar Wright the series also featured actors such as Nick Frost, Mark Heap, Julia Deakin, Peter Serafinowicz, John Simm and Katy Carmichael. Full of pop culture, film, television and game homages this series is for all true geeks and people with a taste for great comedy.

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    We also have a small treat for you great listeners, in the form of a easter egg after the promos so stay tuned.\n

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  • Waffle On about Spaced

    25 April 2010 (8:28pm GMT)
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    On this episode of Waffle On al about the brilliant channel 4 comedy Spaced. Written by Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson the show first aired in 1999 and lasted for only two series. Directed brilliantly by Edgar Wright the series also featured actors such as Nick Frost, Mark Heap, Julia Deakin, Peter Serafinowicz, John Simm and Katy Carmichael. Full of pop culture, film, television and game homages this series is for all true geeks and people with a taste for great comedy.

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    We also have a small treat for you great listeners, in the form of a easter egg after the promos so stay tuned.\n

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  • Waffle On about The Live Political Leaders Debate on TV

    17 April 2010 (4:26pm GMT)
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    Waffle On about The Leaders Debate.

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    A slight change here for Waffle On. In this special waffle we talk about the historical political leaders debate that happened on Thursday 15th April 2010. Normaly we would not do this but we think its a break through in British Television. This is the first time that a debate between the three big political parties has been broadcast live on British TV. Nick Clegg (Liberal), David Cameron (Conservative) and Gordon Brown (Labour) stand in front of the cameras and take questions form broadcaster Alastair Stewart.

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    Please note this is by no way a political podcast this is just a show about the importance of such a historical moment for British TV. We play some brand new promos at the end so please do listen to them.

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    Doctor Who Podcast Alliance, The Nick Briggs signing.

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    Anomaly Podcast

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    Knights of the Guild Podcast

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    Take Him With You Podcast

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    Here Goes Nothing Podcast.\n

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  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    18 March 2010 (5:21pm GMT)
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    A Waffle On Special with the Ladies from Anomaly Podcast

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    This months podcast is a extra special show. Meds and Kell are joined with Jen and Angela from the brilliant Anomlay podcast and they discuss Monty Pythons second film, the \'Epic\' Monty Pythons Search for the Holy Grail. The podcast is packed with clips from the film and listener comments. Its a long show this one my friends but it is well worth it. Full of facts and trivia, quotes and of course some classic off tangent chat in true Waffley style.

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    Anomaly Ladies

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    You have to listen to this awesome podcast presented by Angela (on the left) and Jen (on the right). Its dedicated to all things geeky, they chat about Sci Fi, films and TV shows, books and gaming. You can find them at www.anomalypodcast.com or of course head to itunes and find them there.\n

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  • Anomaly Waffles On about Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    18 March 2010 (4:21pm GMT)
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    A Waffle On Special with the Ladies from Anomaly Podcast

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    This months podcast is a extra special show. Meds and Kell are joined with Jen and Angela from the brilliant Anomlay podcast and they discuss Monty Pythons second film, the \xe2\x80\x98Epic\xe2\x80\x99 Monty Pythons Search for the Holy Grail. The podcast is packed with clips from the film and listener comments. Its a long show this one my friends but it is well worth it. Full of facts and trivia, quotes and of course some classic off tangent chat in true Waffley style.

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    Anomaly Ladies

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    You have to listen to this awesome podcast presented by Angela (on the left) and Jen (on the right). Its dedicated to all things geeky, they chat about Sci Fi, films and TV shows, books and gaming. You can find them at www.anomalypodcast.com or of course head to itunes and find them there.\n

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  • Sherlock Holmes. 'The Brett Years'

    5 February 2010 (7:08pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 24 minutes and 36 seconds

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    Waffle On about Sherlock Holmes \'The Brett Years\'

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    Welcome back to waffle On. In this show Meds and Kell talk about Jeremy Brett\'s performance as the master sleuth Sherlock Holmes. We talk about the series and Brett himself, along with a brief chat about the other actors in the series. We also talk about other Holmes television series and the odd film but it is Jeremy Brett that we concentrate on.

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    Brett\'s Holmes ran from 1984 to 1994 and for me was the ultimate Holmes sadly the series only ended because of Jeremy\'s death. We hope you enjoy this episode, we recorded it on skype but i think it sounds pretty cool.\n

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  • Waffle On about Sherlock Holmes. 'The Brett Years'

    5 February 2010 (6:08pm GMT)
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    Waffle On about Sherlock Holmes \xe2\x80\x98The Brett Years\xe2\x80\x99

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    Welcome back to waffle On. In this show Meds and Kell talk about Jeremy Brett\xe2\x80\x99s performance as the master sleuth Sherlock Holmes. We talk about the series and Brett himself, along with a brief chat about the other actors in the series. We also talk about other Holmes television series and the odd film but it is Jeremy Brett that we concentrate on.

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    Brett\xe2\x80\x99s Holmes ran from 1984 to 1994 and for me was the ultimate Holmes sadly the series only ended because of Jeremy\xe2\x80\x99s death. We hope you enjoy this episode, we recorded it on skype but i think it sounds pretty cool.\n

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  • Waffle On 2010

    20 January 2010 (9:38pm GMT)
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    Waffle On 2010

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    Hello here is a small mini Waffle welcoming in the new year and letting you good listeners know whats coming soon.

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    Happy New Year

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    Meds & Kell\n

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  • Waffle On 2010

    20 January 2010 (8:38pm GMT)
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    Waffle On 2010

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    Hello here is a small mini Waffle welcoming in the new year and letting you good listeners know whats coming soon.

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    Happy New Year

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    Meds & Kell\n

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  • Waffle On Christmas Special

    24 December 2009 (5:07pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 14 minutes and 13 seconds

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    Waffle On Christmas Special.

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    Hello and Merry Christmas to you all. Its Christmas time and why not settle back and enjoy our Christmas special. On this show Meds talks with Woody (Simon Wood), Ray (David Ray) and Chris (Chris Powell) all about television ad films shown on British television. Obviously because we are enjoying beers and mince pies the whole show goes off on a complete waffle. We\'ve carefully edited any swear words but please note we do waffle on pretty quickly.

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    We also announce our competition winner. Last episode we asked what was Meds and kells combined weight, well the answer was 164kgs and our winner, Katrin from Berlin gave her answer as 163.67kgs so pretty darn close. Here is a picture of our competition winner with her prize of the Stargaxer CD from Rick Moyer ( www.takehimwithyou.com ) and some chocolate from us here at Waffle On which you can buy from ( www.williescarcao.com )

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    Massive thanks to Woody, Chris and Ray for joining me. Big thanks also go to Rick Moyer for giving us his excellent CD for the competition.

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    MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM WAFFLE ON\n

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  • Waffle On Christmas Special

    24 December 2009 (4:07pm GMT)
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    Hello and Merry Christmas to you all. Its Christmas time and why not settle back and enjoy our Christmas special. On this show Meds talks with Woody (Simon Wood), Ray (David Ray) and Chris (Chris Powell) all about television ad films shown on British television. Obviously because we are enjoying beers and mince pies the whole show goes off on a complete waffle. We\xe2\x80\x99ve carefully edited any swear words but please note we do waffle on pretty quickly.

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    We also announce our competition winner. Last episode we asked what was Meds and kells combined weight, well the answer was 164kgs and our winner, Katrin from Berlin gave her answer as 163.67kgs so pretty darn close. Here is a picture of our competition winner with her prize of the Stargaxer CD from Rick Moyer ( www.takehimwithyou.com ) and some chocolate from us here at Waffle On which you can buy from ( www.williescarcao.com )

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    Massive thanks to Woody, Chris and Ray for joining me. Big thanks also go to Rick Moyer for giving us his excellent CD for the competition.

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    MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM WAFFLE ON\n

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  • Rentaghost

    15 November 2009 (5:06pm GMT)
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    Rentaghost was a classic British children\'s television comedy show produced and broadcast by the BBC between 6 January 1976 and 11 June 1984. The shows plot centred on the antics of a number of ghosts who worked for a firm called Rentaghost, which rented out the ghosts for various tasks.

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    Join Meds and kell as they waffle on about this classic TV show, its almost been forgotten except from those kids born in the late sixties to the early seventies. Its a great concept for a show and when you look back at it the word fun comes to mind. Although we do not say it at the beginning we do have comments about Rentaghost and many thanks to Daniel Vieira, Tim Morris and Mike Featherstone.

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    There is also a competition on this episode, yes good people. If you would like to win a CD called Stargazer (ambient music to chill out and watch the stars go by) by the wonderful Rick Moyer then please answer the question that we ask and send your answer to waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com and you could win a great free cd.

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    Usual promos are played at the end plus a secret (doh! told you) Easter Egg promo for Anomaly. :)

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    Enjoy\n

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  • Waffle On about Rentaghost

    15 November 2009 (4:06pm GMT)
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    Rentaghost was a classic British children\xe2\x80\x99s television comedy show produced and broadcast by the BBC between 6 January 1976 and 11 June 1984. The shows plot centred on the antics of a number of ghosts who worked for a firm called Rentaghost, which rented out the ghosts for various tasks.

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    Join Meds and kell as they waffle on about this classic TV show, its almost been forgotten except from those kids born in the late sixties to the early seventies. Its a great concept for a show and when you look back at it the word fun comes to mind. Although we do not say it at the beginning we do have comments about Rentaghost and many thanks to Daniel Vieira, Tim Morris and Mike Featherstone.

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    There is also a competition on this episode, yes good people. If you would like to win a CD called Stargazer (ambient music to chill out and watch the stars go by) by the wonderful Rick Moyer then please answer the question that we ask and send your answer to waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com and you could win a great free cd.

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    Usual promos are played at the end plus a secret (doh! told you) Easter Egg promo for Anomaly. :)

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    Enjoy\n

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  • Auf Wiedersehen, Pet

    14 October 2009 (9:06pm GMT)
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    On this months episode Meds and Kell talk about the classic comedy drama Auf Wiederdehen, Pet. Created by Franc Roddam and written by the brilliant Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais it ran from 1983 to 1986 and then from 2004 to 2008. Introducing such actors as Tim Healy, Timothy Spall, Kevin Whately, Jimmy Nail, Pat Roach, Christopher Hairbank, Gary Holton and later Noel Clarke to the screens all of these actors have gone to higher things, except Gary, sadly he died during filming of the second series.

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    The basics of Pet are a group of our of work builders head to Germany to seek work, here we see them get into all kind of situations some good, and many involving the character of Oz brilliantly played by the awesome Jimmy Nail. There was only four series of Auf Wiederdehen, Pet and because of the sad loss of Pat Roach i very much doubt we will see these characters on our television screens again.

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    Enjoy.

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    We\'d just like to thank Arthur Vasey Robbo1510, Eamon, Dangelus and Crystal who both sent us nice comments over the past months. And a big shout out to Rick Moyer, and Peter Foltz who all contributed to Waffle On, we shall shout you on our next recording.

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    Apologies for the clicking sounds you may hear during this episode. We recorded this two months ago before i became a dad and we think it was the old battery lead causing the odd click in recording. We have a new lead so all is well. Thanks\n

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  • Waffle On about Auf Wiedersehen, Pet

    14 October 2009 (7:06pm GMT)
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    \nAuf Wiedersehen, Pet\n

    On this months episode Meds and Kell talk about the classic comedy drama Auf Wiederdehen, Pet. Created by Franc Roddam and written by the brilliant Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais it ran from 1983 to 1986 and then from 2004 to 2008. Introducing such actors as Tim Healy, Timothy Spall, Kevin Whately, Jimmy Nail, Pat Roach, Christopher Hairbank, Gary Holton and later Noel Clarke to the screens all of these actors have gone to higher things, except Gary, sadly he died during filming of the second series.

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    The basics of Pet are a group of our of work builders head to Germany to seek work, here we see them get into all kind of situations some good, and many involving the character of Oz brilliantly played by the awesome Jimmy Nail. There was only four series of Auf Wiederdehen, Pet and because of the sad loss of Pat Roach i very much doubt we will see these characters on our television screens again.

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    Enjoy.

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    We\xe2\x80\x99d just like to thank Arthur Vasey Robbo1510, Eamon, Dangelus and Crystal who both sent us nice comments over the past months. And a big shout out to Rick Moyer, and Peter Foltz who all contributed to Waffle On, we shall shout you on our next recording.

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    Apologies for the clicking sounds you may hear during this episode. We recorded this two months ago before i became a dad and we think it was the old battery lead causing the odd click in recording. We have a new lead so all is well. Thanks\n

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  • Fawlty Towers

    11 September 2009 (1:07pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 8 minutes and 53 seconds

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    Join Meds and Kell as they talk about this fabulous British Comedy Fawlty Towers. Written and performed by John Cleese and Connie Booth, Fawlty Towers is now over 34 years old and still going strong. Only two series were made and its a formula that comedians such as Ricky Gervais have taken upon themselves to keep their own comedy fresh. Also starring Andrew Sachs and Prunella Scales the team created a wonderful programme that has never been beaten.

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    The premise of the show is centred around Basil Fawlty played by Cleese a hotel owner who is dominated by his wife Sybil and has an amazing disregard for anyone who is below what he classes as \'the best class\'. A fantastic comedy that is worth not only hearing about here but must be viewed to get the ultimate pleasure of Cleese and Booths writing.\n

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  • Waffle On about Fawlty Towers

    11 September 2009 (11:07am GMT)
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    Fawlty Towers

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    Join Meds and Kell as they talk about this fabulous British Comedy Fawlty Towers. Written and performed by John Cleese and Connie Booth, Fawlty Towers is now over 34 years old and still going strong. Only two series were made and its a formula that comedians such as Ricky Gervais have taken upon themselves to keep their own comedy fresh. Also starring Andrew Sachs and Prunella Scales the team created a wonderful programme that has never been beaten.

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    The premise of the show is centred around Basil Fawlty played by Cleese a hotel owner who is dominated by his wife Sybil and has an amazing disregard for anyone who is below what he classes as \xe2\x80\x98the best class\xe2\x80\x99. A fantastic comedy that is worth not only hearing about here but must be viewed to get the ultimate pleasure of Cleese and Booths writing.\n

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  • Gerry Anderson

    13 August 2009 (10:49pm GMT)
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    Welcome to the Gerry Anderson special. On this episode Meds and Kell go through Andersons back catalogue giving a synopsis and the occasional theme tune to each programme that Anderson produced. Many thanks go to Rob Scalise who provided us with a remix of our Waffle On theme theme and provided us with a comment (oh and Derek Meddings and I just share a surname, we think ). You can find more about Robs musical work at http://startrack.goldenmediastudios.com he\'s done some soundtrack work there. Also big thanks go our to Rick Moyer from Take Him With You podcast who kindly threw some coins into the waffle on treasure chest and to Ian Wilson from For Your Ears Only podcast who sent us in a great comment regarding the state of British TV.

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    One small note we recorded this episode ouside the Waffle On studios and so we have a couple small jumps (you may not even notice but we\'re honest here) in the recording thanks goes to the typical British weather and the thunderstorm that happened while recording. Hope you enjoy it and please remember to send your comments in to either this site or our email at waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com\n

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  • Waffle On about Gerry Anderson

    13 August 2009 (8:49pm GMT)
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    Welcome to the Gerry Anderson special. On this episode Meds and Kell go through Andersons back catalogue giving a synopsis and the occasional theme tune to each programme that Anderson produced. Many thanks go to Rob Scalise who provided us with a remix of our Waffle On theme theme and provided us with a comment (oh and Derek Meddings and I just share a surname, we think ). You can find more about Robs musical work at http://startrack.goldenmediastudios.com he\xe2\x80\x99s done some soundtrack work there. Also big thanks go our to Rick Moyer from Take Him With You podcast who kindly threw some coins into the waffle on treasure chest and to Ian Wilson from For Your Ears Only podcast who sent us in a great comment regarding the state of British TV.

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    One small note we recorded this episode ouside the Waffle On studios and so we have a couple small jumps (you may not even notice but we\xe2\x80\x99re honest here) in the recording thanks goes to the typical British weather and the thunderstorm that happened while recording. Hope you enjoy it and please remember to send your comments in to either this site or our email at waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com\n

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  • Waffle On about Star Wars, In the Shadows & A Tribute to John Ryan

    25 July 2009 (4:32pm GMT)
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    Star Wars In the Shadows. On this special mini waffle on i talk about a fantastic new audio drama coming out soon called Star wars in The Shadows, it is written, directed and produced by Dany Pepin (37y/o) a French-Canadian born in Quebec, now living in Ottawa, Ontario. SWITS is Dany\'s first original story of any type in his second language (English) and only second audio drama project following the surprising adaptation of Karen Traviss\' short story Omega Squad: Targets. Dany was mostly known in Star Wars fandom by his implication in the French community and his Star Wars radio show Star Wars en Direct, both in French (since 2001) and English (2003-2006). SWITS is a classic Star Wars space opera not unlike "A New Hope". I would describe it as a light fugitive/adventure type of story with some mature theme inserted within. SWITS has obviously been inspired by the Star Wars movies but also its Expanded Universe (EU) like the media giant Shadows of the Empire and The Force Unleashed. There are many small EU references that will appeal to the fans of the genre, but most importantly the participation of Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Xizor, Guri and Mon Mothma in the actual story plot. head to www.creativeaudioscape.com for more info.

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    Cartoonist John Ryan, creator of the Captain Pugwash TV series, has died in hospital in Rye, East Sussex, aged 88. The BBC commissioned the first series in 1957 after spotting potential in Ryan\'s books about the tales of Pugwash and his nemesis Cut Throat Jake. His agent, Jane Gregory, said there was "a huge amount of love" for the childish pirate and his shipmates, who included Tom the Cabin Boy and Willy. Captain Horatio Pugwash was created in 1950 while Ryan was an art teacher at Harrow School, shortly after he got married to fellow artist Priscilla. It was published, in the same year, in the first edition of the Eagle comic. A book deal followed, before it was adapted for TV by the BBC in 1957, with black-and-white episodes being made until 1967. Colour episodes were shown on the BBC in a mid-1970s revival. Ms Gregory told BBC News he was "always enthusiastic, always charming". "A lot of the character of Captain Pugwash was John, which is probably why we loved him as much. We devote this mini waffle on to the memory of John Ryan.\n

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  • Waffle On about Star Wars, In the Shadows & A Tribute to John Ryan

    25 July 2009 (2:32pm GMT)
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    Star Wars In the Shadows. On this special mini waffle on i talk about a fantastic new audio drama coming out soon called Star wars in The Shadows, it is written, directed and produced by Dany Pepin (37y/o) a French-Canadian born in Quebec, now living in Ottawa, Ontario. SWITS is Dany\'s first original story of any type in his second language (English) and only second audio drama project following the surprising adaptation of Karen Traviss\' short story Omega Squad: Targets. Dany was mostly known in Star Wars fandom by his implication in the French community and his Star Wars radio show Star Wars en Direct, both in French (since 2001) and English (2003-2006). SWITS is a classic Star Wars space opera not unlike "A New Hope". I would describe it as a light fugitive/adventure type of story with some mature theme inserted within. SWITS has obviously been inspired by the Star Wars movies but also its Expanded Universe (EU) like the media giant Shadows of the Empire and The Force Unleashed. There are many small EU references that will appeal to the fans of the genre, but most importantly the participation of Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Xizor, Guri and Mon Mothma in the actual story plot. head to www.creativeaudioscape.com for more info.

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    John Ryan.

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    Cartoonist John Ryan, creator of the Captain Pugwash TV series, has died in hospital in Rye, East Sussex, aged 88. The BBC commissioned the first series in 1957 after spotting potential in Ryan\xe2\x80\x99s books about the tales of Pugwash and his nemesis Cut Throat Jake. His agent, Jane Gregory, said there was \xe2\x80\x9ca huge amount of love\xe2\x80\x9d for the childish pirate and his shipmates, who included Tom the Cabin Boy and Willy. Captain Horatio Pugwash was created in 1950 while Ryan was an art teacher at Harrow School, shortly after he got married to fellow artist Priscilla. It was published, in the same year, in the first edition of the Eagle comic. A book deal followed, before it was adapted for TV by the BBC in 1957, with black-and-white episodes being made until 1967. Colour episodes were shown on the BBC in a mid-1970s revival. Ms Gregory told BBC News he was \xe2\x80\x9calways enthusiastic, always charming\xe2\x80\x9d. \xe2\x80\x9cA lot of the character of Captain Pugwash was John, which is probably why we loved him as much. We devote this mini waffle on to the memory of John Ryan.\n

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  • Doctor Who

    14 July 2009 (11:15pm GMT)
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    On this episode Meds and kell are joined by huge Dr Who fan Phil Hayes. here the trio waffle on about one of the most important British televisions programmes ever mad. Dr Who hit our screens in 1963 and stayed there until 1986. A brief return in 1996 failed to relight its gentle flame. Then in 2005 it hit the screens with a huge bang and has been consistent with its ratings and enthusiasm. On this episode of Waffle on the boys go back to their childhood and recall what Dr Who means to them. Its a long episode notching just under two hours in time but you cant put 46 years of television gold in a one hour podcast. Thanks to Mike Featherstone and Mark Daniels for their contributions and once again thanks to Phil Hayes for joining us on the show.\n

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  • Waffle On about Doctor Who

    14 July 2009 (9:15pm GMT)
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    On this episode Meds and kell are joined by huge Dr Who fan Phil Hayes. here the trio waffle on about one of the most important British televisions programmes ever mad. Dr Who hit our screens in 1963 and stayed there until 1986. A brief return in 1996 failed to relight its gentle flame. Then in 2005 it hit the screens with a huge bang and has been consistent with its ratings and enthusiasm. On this episode of Waffle on the boys go back to their childhood and recall what Dr Who means to them. Its a long episode notching just under two hours in time but you cant put 46 years of television gold in a one hour podcast. Thanks to Mike Featherstone and Mark Daniels for their contributions and once again thanks to Phil Hayes for joining us on the show.\n

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  • Mini Waffle. Episode 4.

    8 July 2009 (4:20pm GMT)
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    Hello and welcome to Mini waffle Episode 4. On this mini waffle i talk about podcasts tha i enjoy and maybe you wicked listeners will as well. Firstly i talk about a couple of podcasts that i dont have the promos for yet and then i play the promos that i do have. Its simple enough I know but thats what the mini waffles are all about. Ok so here are the links to the podcasts i mention. Have a listen and I hope you find something you like along the way.

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    Dads Army Podcast http://dadsarmy.podomatic.com

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    Treks in Sci Fi Podcast www.treksinscifi.com

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    The Tin Dog Podcast http://tin-dog.co.uk/

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    Cadmium2 Podcast http://cadmium2.wordpress.com

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    For Your ears Only Podcast http://www.earth-2.net/podcasts/foryourearsonly/foryourearsonly

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    Anomaly Podcast http://www.anomalypodcast.com/

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    Flashing Blade Podcast http://www.flashingblade.org.uk/

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    Knights of the Guild Podcast http://knightsoftheguild.podbean.com/

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    Star Trek Boldly Audio Drama http://www.treksinscifi.com/forum/index.php?board=28.0

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    Take Him with You Podcast http://www.takehimwithyou.com/

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    News@Then & The Danger Signs http://www.missinghen.co.uk/\n

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  • Political Satire on TV

    10 June 2009 (7:59pm GMT)
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    Waffle On about Political Satire on TV.

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    Welcome to another edition of Waffle ON. On this episode Meds and Kell are joined by Pete Coleman and they discuss programmes with a political satire link. We discuss That Was The Week That Was, Frost, Report, Python, Yes Minister, The Day Today, Brass Eye, The thick of It and a few more.

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    Politics never had it so good.\n

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  • Waffle On about Political Satire on TV

    10 June 2009 (5:59pm GMT)
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    Waffle On about Political Satire on TV.

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    Welcome to another edition of Waffle ON. On this episode Meds and Kell are joined by Pete Coleman and they discuss programmes with a political satire link. We discuss That Was The Week That Was, Frost, Report, Python, Yes Minister, The Day Today, Brass Eye, The thick of It and a few more.

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    Politics never had it so good.\n

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  • Mini Waffle. Episode 3.

    30 May 2009 (1:27pm GMT)
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    Welcome to Mini Waffle Episode 3. As you know we like to throw these in between the big waffles. Just a little show to let you good listeners know whats coming up next and its going to be about political satire. With British politics awash with naughty money expenses we thought we\xe2\x80\x99d jump on the topical bandwagon and do a podcast dedicated to anything to do with politics that is broadcast on TV. We;ll be talking about comedy satire, politic broadcasts, spin, news and political quiz shows. Comments wether via email or mps are always welcome and please send them to waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com.\n

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  • Waffle On about The State of British TV.

    27 April 2009 (8:33pm GMT)
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    Come and join Meds and Kell as they have a fairly heated discussion on the state of British TV.

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    British TV (in our opinion) has taken a bit of a dive recently and with cable channels beginning to make decent TV we ask what the hell is the BBC doing, so if you fancy listening to us Waffle On in no structured way then download and listen.

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    Joining them in their rant is MIke Featherstone, Tim Morris and Phil Hayes who sent in audio comments and Meds reads emails form Peter Coleman, John Sheldon, Aron Gamble, Peter Bodenham, Woody and Di.\n

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  • Waffle On about The State of British TV.

    27 April 2009 (6:33pm GMT)
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    Come and join Meds and Kell as they have a fairly heated discussion on the state of British TV.

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    British TV (in our opinion) has taken a bit of a dive recently and with cable channels beginning to make decent TV we ask what the hell is the BBC doing, so if you fancy listening to us Waffle On in no structured way then download and listen.

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    Joining them in their rant is MIke Featherstone, Tim Morris and Phil Hayes who sent in audio comments and Meds reads emails form Peter Coleman, John Sheldon, Aron Gamble, Peter Bodenham, Woody and Di.\n

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  • Mini Waffle. Episode 2

    17 April 2009 (9:26am GMT)
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    Welcome to our second mini waffle episode. We do like to stick these in between our standard shows. So, here is what we give you today. We\xe2\x80\x99re planning on doing a special episode next. We were going to do Callan (we still are so don\xe2\x80\x99t worry) but instead we are going to do a Waffle On Special, that\xe2\x80\x99s right a special.

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    The state of British TV at the moment is pretty poor (as far as myself and kell think) so we thought we\xe2\x80\x99d do a Waffle On about \xe2\x80\x98whats wrong with British TV\xe2\x80\x99 So if you fancy adding your opinions via email or mp3 then please drop us a email at waffleonpodcast@googlemail.com and we will read or play them on the show. If you live in the UK and you want to have a rant about the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 or Channel 5 then please do, if you are from outside the UK then please i\xe2\x80\x99d love to know your thoughts on the state of British TV.

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    Hope you enjoy this second mini episode, we\xe2\x80\x99ll be back next week with the full on rant. Remember we record at the end of next week (around the 23rd of April so you have loads of time to send us your opinions.\n

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  • Porridge

    30 March 2009 (9:52pm GMT)
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    Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Porridge notched up 18 episodes, two Christmas specials and a film and never have a bad patch. Starting with the pilot \'Prisoner and Escort\' in April 1973 Porridge boosted character actor Ronnie Barker out of the role of sketch comedian and into the world as a serious comedy actor. Joined by the talents of Richard Beckinsale, Fulton Mackay and Brian Wilde Porridge entertained the British public for four years.

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    Set in the fictional Slade prison in Cumberland Norman Stanley Fletcher is sentenced to five years. He is joined by first time criminal Leonard Godber and the two are paired off together in a cell much to Fletchers annoyance. Slowly the two become good friends and Godber learns that little victories are what can keep a man sane in prison. Keeping an eye on the inmates is ex drill sergeant Mr Mackay who rules the block with a rod of iron. Second to Mackay is the ever pondering Mr Barrowclough who Fletcher easily wraps round his finger.

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    Join Meds and Kell for an hour long chat all about this classic 70\'s comedy, and listen at the end of the podcast for some promos of other podcasts that you may find interesting.\n

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  • Waffle On about Porridge

    30 March 2009 (7:52pm GMT)
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    Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Porridge notched up 18 episodes, two Christmas specials and a film and never have a bad patch. Starting with the pilot \xe2\x80\x98Prisoner and Escort\xe2\x80\x99 in April 1973 Porridge boosted character actor Ronnie Barker out of the role of sketch comedian and into the world as a serious comedy actor. Joined by the talents of Richard Beckinsale, Fulton Mackay and Brian Wilde Porridge entertained the British public for four years.

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    Set in the fictional Slade prison in Cumberland Norman Stanley Fletcher is sentenced to five years. He is joined by first time criminal Leonard Godber and the two are paired off together in a cell much to Fletchers annoyance. Slowly the two become good friends and Godber learns that little victories are what can keep a man sane in prison. Keeping an eye on the inmates is ex drill sergeant Mr Mackay who rules the block with a rod of iron. Second to Mackay is the ever pondering Mr Barrowclough who Fletcher easily wraps round his finger.

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    Join Meds and Kell for an hour long chat all about this classic 70\xe2\x80\x99s comedy, and listen at the end of the podcast for some promos of other podcasts that you may find interesting.\n

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  • Mini Waffle. Episode 1

    26 March 2009 (6:24pm GMT)
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    Mini Waffle Episode 1.

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    Welcome to this our first Mini Waffle episode. This is a informtion episode simply to keep you good listeners up to date on whats happeneing with this podcast. On this MIni Waffle we let you know what TV programmes are going to be covered over the next few months and some news on the structure of the show. Its four and half minutes long and you get to here the theme music twice. Can\xe2\x80\x99t be bad. We\xe2\x80\x99ll be back soon for our main Waffle On episode which will be about Porridge next week.\n

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  • Monty Python

    4 March 2009 (7:39pm GMT)
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    Monty Pythons Flying Circus.

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    Monty Pythons Flying Circus hit the television screens on the 5th of October 1969. It featured new players on the block John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam. Now all house hold names it was Python that gave them their fame. The show lasted four series and gave us such legendary sketches as The Dead Parrot sketch, The Argument Sketch and the Cheese shop sketch.

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    Join Meds and Kelly as they waffle on about this classic show and share trivia, facts and of course the sketches that will have you laughing until someone says "Stop that, it\'s too silly"\n

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  • Waffle On about Monty Python

    4 March 2009 (6:39pm GMT)
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    Monty Pythons Flying Circus.

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    Monty Pythons Flying Circus hit the television screens on the 5th of October 1969. It featured new players on the block John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam. Now all house hold names it was Python that gave them their fame. The show lasted four series and gave us such legendary sketches as The Dead Parrot sketch, The Argument Sketch and the Cheese shop sketch.

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    Join Meds and Kelly as they waffle on about this classic show and share trivia, facts and of course the sketches that will have you laughing until someone says \xe2\x80\x9cStop that, it\xe2\x80\x99s too silly\xe2\x80\x9d\n

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  • Red Dwarf

    13 February 2009 (2:59pm GMT)
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    Red Dwarf hit our screens on the 15th of February 1988. We celebrate its 21st birthday with this Waffle On podcast. Starring Chris barrie, Craig Charles, Robert Llwewllyn and Danny John-Jules Red Dwarf has gone on to acheive classic cult status. With a special new episode coming soon why not sit back, relax and listen to Meds and kell waffle On about this classic Sci Fi comedy series.

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    Smoke me a Kipper i\'ll be back for breakfast.\n

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  • Waffle On about Red Dwarf

    13 February 2009 (1:59pm GMT)
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    Red Dwarf hit our screens on the 15th of February 1988. We celebrate its 21st birthday with this Waffle On podcast. Starring Chris barrie, Craig Charles, Robert Llwewllyn and Danny John-Jules Red Dwarf has gone on to acheive classic cult status. With a special new episode coming soon why not sit back, relax and listen to Meds and kell waffle On about this classic Sci Fi comedy series.

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    Smoke me a Kipper i\xe2\x80\x99ll be back for breakfast.\n

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  • Waffle On. Patrick McGoohan Special.

    21 January 2009 (7:07pm GMT)
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    The sad loss of the great Patrick McGoohan took everyone by suprise and we thought it fitting that we produce a special podcast dedicated to this great man. Joined by my regular co-host Mark Kelly we waffle on about his life, acting career and a bit more.\n

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  • Waffle On. The Preview Episode.

    9 January 2009 (6:39pm GMT)
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    Hi and welcome to the preview episode of Waffle On. This show tells you good listeners what to expect in the next few weeks. I also tel you a bit about your hosts and how to contact us. Episode One is coming soon.

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    http://waffleon.podbean.com

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    <a href=\xe2\x80\x9dhttp://www.podcastalley.com/\xe2\x80\x9d> My Podcast Alley feed!</a> {pca-2baa62dfb989ae8591bbd4f4e496fece}\n

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