That podcast cake in full

February 23, 2009


To celebrate our first podcast we had a cake. It was 65p (I think) and very near its sell by date. I cut it as I saw it, and to me this was perfectly acceptable. But maybe, to others, my cake disecting was seen as a little unconventional. I can feel a poll coming on.

Trev and Simon podcast on iTunes

February 18, 2009

swing-pants-silhouette1You can now subscribe to our podcast, for free, on iTunes. We’ve just done our first one, and we’ll be doing another very soon. You can subscribe here.

Please do. There’s nothing preventing you. Oh, but we do warn listeners that it is unsuitable for children. And adults.

Trev and Simon podcast no.1 is here

February 13, 2009


It’s not just here. It’s all over the place. Never has so much nonsense been spoken by so few men. But we’re beginners, so please bear with us.

You can listen to it here- Trev and Simon Podcast No. 1

It’s unedited, and it goes on for an hour. We had plans of things to talk about, and then we didn’t talk about them. Me and Trev don’t get to see each other too often so when we do, we can’t stop talking. If you like the idea of two men talking nonsense but you can’t be bothered nipping down to your local pub and finding a couple of drunk bums to listen to, then give our podcast a go. What have you got to lose, other than a hour.

Here’s a list of things we talk about:

  • Smiley Culture
  • Pob v Bod
  • What the podcast is going to be called
  • What we’ve been up to over the last ten years
  • Me (Simon) saying “Swing your pants” and annoying Trev
  • Outed by Jonathan Ross
  • Obama’s rubbishy car
  • Ghosts (Roman ones, poltergeists, ghosts who say ‘hello’)
  • Phantasm (the film)
  • Hammer Horror films
  • Raquel Welch and Fred Trueman
  • Marc Bolan
  • Trev’s family collection of porno (from when he was a child) versus my family’s Football Pink
  • Cake
  • Belief
  • Coronation Street is real
  • My blog- Mummified Fox
  • A question from Bruce

We hope you enjoy it. Next time we’ll keep it to 45 minutes. That’s Andrea’s advice. At least I think she said 45 minutes. It could have been 4 to 5 minutes. Andrea produced our podcast, and, more importantly, she wouldn’t let go until we agreed to do one. She’s been going on at us for ages now to do one and eventually we have. We owe Andrea everything (except money, of which we have none). Thank you Andrea.

And a belated big thank you to our friend Sarah too. Andrea has pointed out that Sarah first uttered the words “A Trev and Simon podcast”. So, not only did Sarah suggest it first, she also named it, and from now on she will be known as Sarah “Say what you see” Woodhead. Thank you all. This is turning into some kind of  Winslet weep-fest. I’ll leave it to Trev to add on all of his thank-you’s. …Oh er…what? Me? (Trev now) Thank you (sob) Thanks everybody (weep) Thanks…(blub)…I can’t go on…please read the comments below.

Hello from Trev and Simon

February 11, 2009


Here we are as two hairy men. Welcome to our blog. Today we did a podcast. Our first. We’ll let you know when it is up and running.