Radio Worcestershire

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19/08/2005 at 08:13
Morning 'Pop Pickers'.

In light of the present weather we start with "Flowers in the Rain"

Apparently by some group from oop north. (Birmingham I think)
Crash Hamster    pirate
19/08/2005 at 08:17
gooooood morning Worcestershire!

Hot news for the podgies amongst us- if your waist measures less than 40" as a bloke or 35" as a woman...it's ok!

I'm certainly off to the kebab shop tonight!

A bit of an odd 8 track for you now, Althea and Donna and Slayer with 'Uptown Snodsbury'
19/08/2005 at 08:46
<<BB arrives with a tray of coffee>>


Two huge mugs of fully caffeinated coffee with six sugars and full cream to go with the kebabs.
19/08/2005 at 09:24
See Crashie brilliant service.

Better thans Mrs Miggins Olde Worlde Tea Shoppe!
19/08/2005 at 09:27
Morning radio Worcestershire. Any chance of hearing that Michael Jackson classic "Two Little Boys"?
Crash Hamster    pirate
19/08/2005 at 09:34
Michael Jackson coming right up with two little boys, Mr W!*

And how's your lovely wife and sister?

BB <mwah> thanks for the drink!

Crash Hamster    pirate
19/08/2005 at 09:34
* punctuate the above sentence as you will...
19/08/2005 at 09:36
My pleasure Crashie, I've just suggested a bit of inter-thread conviviality to kk;-)

oeeeer missus
19/08/2005 at 10:04
Crashie I've just said to BB that we've some fascinating finger in the ear folk music.
19/08/2005 at 10:15
All around my hat by Jamiroquai ?
19/08/2005 at 10:24
Dave:-

The live version or the studio version?





(Or the bootleg version!)
19/08/2005 at 10:32
bootleg !
19/08/2005 at 11:52
kk, don't worry we can keep it very low key:-)
19/08/2005 at 12:25
My weight has varied by 1.5 stone over the past few years and my waist size has always been 38. I think a stomach (above hips) would be a better fatness measurement.
Crash Hamster    pirate
19/08/2005 at 12:42
Think that's what they had in mind Matt; unfortunately they didn't lay on any fat blokes or skinny lycra-clad stunnas to demonstrate...
19/08/2005 at 14:06
The Vicar's wife has just shot through the village with her top down..............

























I laways did like that open topped Minor 1000!
Crash Hamster    pirate
19/08/2005 at 14:11
Hiya kk, today I saw the Radio Hereford and Worcester car heading from Flyford to Piddle...I think they realise they have competition :o)
22/08/2005 at 07:38
Morning all from a 'Wet Worcestershire Workhouse'

Quite heavy rain during the night here, hopefully most of the farms have already cut their fields, all the villagers have been out with scythes and there are 'stooks' in most of the fields. some farmers have even got those new fangled balers.

We'll start this morning some music from a composer who lived a t Broadheath near the big city (Worcester):- Edward Elgar's 'Pomp and Circumstance.


Footnote:- <<<sigh>>>> Once upon a time ALL Worcestershire lads were 'hard'. They'e think nothing of drinking Special Brew all night then getting up early to do 12-15 miles at 8min/mile pace, or drinking farmhouse cider by the barrel all night and then waking with a spring in their step and cyling 14.47 miles in under an hour averaging 15.5 mph back to where they'ed left their car (when where they'ed left thecar had been remebered!) Sadly it seems that ONLY the latter still happens!!!!
Crash Hamster    pirate
22/08/2005 at 08:02
<bleurgh.....>

I've never been 'ard...

Please can we play something quiet today?

Mind you, there are those of us who were still necking strong ales at 1.30am when the softies had gone home ;o)

...and I REALLY regretted it the next day

I leave you with 'The sound of Silence' by Simon and Motorhead...
OB
22/08/2005 at 08:07
Good morning Roadio Worcestershire. I'm picking you up here in Shropshire but it's a very faint intermittent signal thankfully.

Any chance of a reading from the collected works of Fred Archer?
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