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Squash burn

In podcast 163, we start free-forming and spitballing Richard’s next Edinburgh show, What Is Love Anyway?, by having a shouting match about whether Prince Charles fancies Camilla Parker-Bowles, his wife, more than he fancies Pippa Middleton, the sister of his daughter-in-law, and if, when asked, he says he does fancy Camilla more than Pippa, he’s lying or simply making a compromise based on the sum of her parts. It’s going to be a hell of a show. Despite being a little frazzled between a 60-mile train journey from Northampton and a whole day’s worth of DVD extras to film for Chris Evans Not That One, and a double-gig to perform at London’s Leicester Square Theatre, we still manage to squeeze some slightly grumpy and prudish gold out of Russell Brand’s trousers, the objective/subjective quality of Richard’s 43-year-old rump and whether or not Andrew has reviewed Attack The Block. (In the picture is a nice kitten, and the knee of Richard’s ripped tracksuit bottoms, which is a squash burn.) He has reviewed Attack The Block.

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One response to “Squash burn

  1. peetclack ⋅

    At grave risk of upsetting the audiophiles, can you turn it back up? I’m a bit deaf, and my crappy old macbook speakers are turned up full. I liked it when the tosscan picked up every rustle and fart, and I could hear the birds outside…Also, the only award I ever won, Rich, was to come first in a cycling proficiency quiz at junior school. I won a book about cycling which I still have, but all the pages fall out, so think on how lucky you are!

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