Radio schedule Wednesday 27th October 2021
Geoff worries about trolls, mortality and poisoned blueberries.
Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock is a loser whose plans and aspirations are continually ruined by bad luck, Sidney Balmoral James or, more often than not, by his own pomposity and ambition.
Geoff negotiates the generous Swedish parental benefits system, the rewards - and otherwise - of dealing with a marauding toddler, and the terrifying perfectionism of Swedish dads.
Ray's fuming. Boo's brought his "big shop" along to the pub and his fish fingers are thawing. He challenges Boo to put a log on the fire. Derek - an old goose of a landlord - isn't happy with any of it.
Pip must enlist the help of his former nemesis to fight a new evil spreading terror and cake-crumbs through the streets of London.
Tonight the duo discuss what sort of dinosaur they would have been, respond to archive of the great African-American writer James Baldwin on Fathers with their own tales of being humiliated by children, and argue if it's ever appropriate for an Irish person to use the phrase "Yada, yada, yada..."