The Two Voices continue their narrowboat navigating in Staffordshire. They travel to the market town of Rugeley. They encounter more annoying boaters! The TV has a load of rubbish on it and BBC Local Radio's evening shows are no better. They discuss trip highlights and simple tips for your own narrowboat trip.
The Two Voices Radio chaps take their bi-annual narrowboat break. This time they spend the autumn in Staffordshire. Starting in Brewood, visiting Stone, dropping down to Rugeley, then heading back via Great Heywood. There's chat about their travels including miserable fishermen, chronically slow boaters and nice person of the day. Join them aboard NB Sir Melleaus.
The Two Voices continue retro themed discussions. This week - old fashioned treats, retro eating out, old fashioned dinners, vintage gear in Hitchin, the fun of old furniture. Plus department stores, and remembering the "Now that's what I call music" albums. It's all here!
Join Nick & Andy for the 1st of 2 Retro themed shows. Everything seems retro! They talk about catching the bus, "Hunted" on TV where they don't know how to dial a rotary phone. Also... is live TV drama and TV viewing changing? Plus... they talk about reviving old gameshows. Is nothing new?
This week The Two Voices discuss motorways and service stations. What dull places they are! Plus the annual faffing with the clocks to GMT. Our friend Luke reports on a pathetic turn out to the Luton Half Marathon. Plus... the chaps discuss the merits of solid fuel fires and find out about a new toastie ... sorry... toasted sandwich shop.
Nick and Andy have put together a very special rambling chat of a podcast coming from Andy's new house in Stopsley, Luton. So many topics are covered here from the Loose Women to old fashioned telephones. Make yourself a coffee, pull up a chair by the multi-fuel stove (no petrol!) and listen in!
on top form, the Two Voices talk about the joy of pencils, the dreadful Bovingdon Market... never has so many track suits been spotted in one place. Weight Watchers has rebranded... it seems a silly idea. Oh and Nick tries to convince Andy to take a ferry to Holland instead of a plane. But Andy isn't convinced!
This week, Nick and Andy visit Berkhamsted. Andy feels the people are barging around. Waitrose still have no plastic cutlery. Nick asks you to look out for Tawny Owls. Plus... The Two Voices discuss historic structures and heritage railways.
This week The Two Voices discuss Sky One in the olden days and the Great British Bake Off Extra Slice. Is this the extra slice nobody wants? Plus... Andy has found the joy of garden centres. And finally... Nick and Andy discuss Kirsty Alsopp and her tablet tantrum. It's all here!
The Two Voices Radio chaps discuss arts and crafts. Nick talks about his current exhibition (until Saturday 22nd Sep. at Bourne Hall near Epsom in Surrey, UK.) nicksartworks.co.uk Plus... they talk about the art of podcasting and fellow broadcaster Luke Walsh pops in.
This week the Two Voices Radio chaps are back in the Sunday Breakfast Show radio studio after a Summer break. They discuss old radio stations. How did Andy's house move go? Good advice if you are planning a move. They talk of old junk that's now becoming collectible. Plus... they've seen signs of retailers putting in Christmas stuff... in September! Aaaargh!!!
The Two Voices Radio Podcast discuss: The virtues of Manchester Tart. Proofing before printing. Best biscuits for meetings & biscuit etiquette. Eating out of date food. Changing your name. Judging people. Listen, Share and Comment!
The Two Voices Radio chaps celebrate 1 year of podcasting in this the 53rd episode. Join them on South Western Railways as they take in Mortlake, Twickenham, Ascot, Virginia Water and Surbiton... all with their usual sharp wit!
Travelogue visit to Bristol in the West of England. Nick and Andy visit St Nicholas' Market, climb the Christmas Steps, walk to the BBC on Whiteladies Road, then go and see Clifton Suspension Bridge. Neither are keen on heights but manage to cross the bridge to see an uneventful hot air balloon fiesta... where high wind have curtailed the event. But there are plenty of strange stalls to discuss. So join them in Brizzle.
Nick and Andy take take the train to Weston Super Mare in the West of England. They take in the promenade and man made lake or lagoon as Nick insists on calling it. They visit the restored pier and spend too much money in the amusement arcades. Andy is determined to win on the grab machines!
We are on two weeks of podcast holiday. So we thought we'd give you a listen to previously unpodcasted material from our Sunday Breakfast Show. We discuss Park Events, Fashion Disasters, Tate Modern, Bake Off and craft revivals. How wrong were we about Bake Off! (First broadcast on Radio LaB 97.1FM in 2016).
We are on two weeks of podcast holiday. So we thought we'd give you a listen to previously unpodcasted material from our Sunday Breakfast Show. We discuss thunder, trying on clothes, and we visit the Epping and Ongar Railway. (First broadcast on Radio LaB 97.1FM in 2016).
Specially recorded just for our podcast listeners, We discuss Irrational fears including heights, piers, and drain covers. What is a market town? Garage sales & car boot sales. Poor supermarket layouts and equally poor fruit. Plus... bad promotional ideas & bad behaviour in a department store! EP 48