July 8, 2009
Here’s Podcast No. 6. Andrea, our producer, says it’s “possibly the best one yet”. Which is not necessarily as good as it sounds. Oh, and she’s made me put this warning… This Podcast contains bad language. And rude terms! Sorry. You have been warned though.
You can listen to/download the podcast here.
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Here’s the stuff, listed lovingly by Andrea:
- Simon is homeless (and irritable)
- The hot weather
- The Fog
- Andrea in a playsuit
- Trev’s casting
- Michael Jackson (and Paul Weller)
- The stunts of Bruce Springsteen and Bob Hoskins
- Bubbles the monkey
- Trev’s relaxation technique
- Trev and Simon’s clean-living BBC years
- George Lamb and legal highs
- Trev has to fill
- Ed and Oucho
- Blythe Hill Fields
- Starbursts, and pictures on the wall
- The moon landings and moonwalk
- Glastonbury memories
- A question from Maxxmonkey
- Trev’s lost passport
- If Trev and Simon had taxpayers’ expense accounts
- Fluffy Flo
- Back and forth
- Bruce Springsteen again
- Simon’s homelessness again
- Twitter etiquette
- Stalkers and followers
- Dentists and sexybots
- Graham Linehan’s books
- Lance Henrikson and the No Show
- A plea to the residents of Finchley
- ‘My Lean Baby’
- The Presenter Look
- Celebrities named after animals
- Introducing Sarah Gillespie
March 16, 2009
Our agent, Debi Allen, is on the move. Part of this means she’s been sifting through all the Trev and Simon junk she has acquired over the years and if it is in a redundant format, she sends it on to us to do whatever with. You may think that all Trev and Simon products are pretty much redundant anyway, but I’m speaking specifically of things like videos and records; things superceded by DVD’s and hell, not even compact discs (which we don’t do), but MP3’s.
I’ve just received a big parcel of videos of Hard Spell Abbey, a kids spelling game show in which I played Brother Brendan, the runner of the abbey where spelling was hard. Here I am in full-on monk action, dinging a bell.
Anyway, to the point. In amongst all the videos was some artwork from another of Trev’s solo projects. Why it was sent to me and not him, I don’t know. I guess just an administrative error. He’s never told me about this one and as far as I know the album was never commercially released. Trev is a big fan of Paul Weller and the Jam and has devoted a fair amount of his life to emulating his hero (for example, he only ever uses Wella hair products, and guess what he has on his toast? That’s right- marmalade, Bruce Foxton’s favourite preserve.) Maybe Jam Sandwich wasn’t released because he feared Paul Weller might find out. After all, what was he thinking? A Barm in Wardour Street? He’d be so lucky. Maybe a panini or a ciabatta, but last time I looked London’s street of media fools was hardly awash with Greggs .