The Young’uns Podcast 116: Nazi Satnav (with Sam Carter, and Gilmore & Roberts)

Photo of The Young'uns and Sam Carter wearing Viking Helmets, holding table tennis rackets, standing next to a TARDIS and huge ornamental elephant

This week: The Young’uns have a minor run in with the police. We enter the mind of Sean Cooney as he journeys into a post-apocalyptic folk festival. What do Viking headwear, table tennis, elephants and the TARDIS all have in common? There’s live music from Gilmore & Roberts from Chester Folk Festival, and Sam Carter collaborates with the Young’uns. Plus we pay tribute to an old friend of the Young’uns Podcast, Martin Nesbitt, who died two weeks ago. We remember him through his comedy music and stories.

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The Young’uns Podcast 115: Noel Coward’s Gunge Machine (with Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker)

The Young’uns have been involved in some inadvertent spying. We reveal some covert recordings taken from backstage at a recent Young’uns gig. Find out what venue staff honestly think about the Young’uns, plus they become extremely vexed by a mysterious voice. Sean Cooney introduces us to Baby Sam, who wiggles, giggles, skips, slips, jumps and dives through a crazy world of monsters, snakes and dinosaurs. The Young’uns in the mix returns, mixing a sea shanty with the Prodigy. And this week’s guests are Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, recently signed to navigator, whose album Fire and Fortune is released in July. We play a couple of tracks from the forthcoming album and chat to them about their music.

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The Young’uns Podcast 114: Couples for Christ (with Gavin Davenport

This week, the Young’uns are getting a bit shirty with each other. We’ve advice for anyone seeking to end their lives in a fun and novel way. David Eagle showcases his cheaply and cynically produced football song that is destined to make him a millionaire. Puns this week feature whales, Jesus and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Other subjects covered include the Holiday Inn Express, and nipples. Musicwise, we’ve got live Young’uns and a track from Gavin Davenport’s latest album, and Gavin joins us on the phone to talk about music and phone apps.

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The 113th Young’uns Podcast: I Smell Woman! (with journalist, author and folk music blogger Emma Hartley, and Jim Molyneux from 4Square and the Old Dance School)

Young’uns podcast fans, your time of grieving is over. We’re back with the first podcast of 2013, and the first in our new weekly series.

This week, we speak to journalist, author and folk music blogger Emma Hartley about her book Did David Hasselhoff
End the Cold War? and she reveals information about her work in progress. We talk cats with Jim Molyneux from 4Square
and
The Old Dance School. There’s a spontaneous Young’uns in the mix courtesy of Sean
Cooney’s
malfunctioning car stereo. We reveal the football song with a difference. We discuss a rather unusual pulling technique witnessed on a London
train, and we’ve anecdotes about supermarkets and the National Portrait Gallery. Plus there’s music from 4Square and some live Young’uns.

 

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