Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. Podcast 10

Today is our worst Podcast of Christmas so far; not in terms of quality (which conforms to the usual exceptional standard), but because of the fact that we’ll be discussing our worst and second worst gigs in our folk career so far, as well as the worst accommodation we’ve stayed in while on tour. It may be the season of peace and goodwill, but not in the Young’uns camp. Other subjects include the UK Independence Party, and the strangest raffle prize given out in a folk club. Music comes from a Young’uns Wilsons collaboration, and a Young’uns Oasis cover.

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Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. Podcast 9

In addition to another Sean Cooney dream (this time set in cold war Russia), we enter the minds of Jim Causley, and Ciaran Algar. The Young’uns provide a plentiful supply of toilet humour. Michael Hughes is a penguin beater. Music comes from Jim Causley, and Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar.

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Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. Podcast 8

Our top-class journalists will do whatever it takes (whether that be hacking computers or breaking into houses) to bring you the stories from the world of folk music that matter. Today, we unearth the truth about folk singer, fiddle player, photographer and model Elly Lucas. Sam Pirt from the Hut People dispenses pineapple facts. The Young’uns have an alarming gig in Warwick. We bring you surreal animal-based ramblings. And what’s going on with Michael’s guitar?

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Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. Podcast 7

More Young’uns dreams, involving Mike Harding and a slightly erotic scene between two Young’uns. Curiosity might be what kills a cat, but the Young’uns seemingly have the power to make cats throw up. Young’uns Podcast brings you the latest folk news in Folk in Focus, getting to the stories that really matter in the folk world, such as Sam Sweeney’s sleeping habits and Barbara Dickson’s domestic arrangements. And we forge an unlikely partnership with some American sportsmen.

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Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. Podcast 6

There’s music from Bob Fox, Sunjay Brayne, and a collaboration with the Young’uns and Sam Carter. Sean Cooney takes us to a post-apocalyptic folk festival, David Eagle stars in the TV game show Countdown, and does Michael Hughes have a Nazi satnav?

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Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. Podcast 5

David Eagle attempts to create the world’s most cheaply and cynically produced football anthem. He also provides an unusual chat-up line for blind people, and causes confusion in the National Portrait Gallery. And there’s a boat load of wale puns, and a complimentary cat pun.

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Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. Podcast Four

Yesterday we brought you a dancing sheep, today it’s dancing hamsters. Mike Waterson and some dancing hamsters are today’s star attraction. There’s also an appearance from a triplet of BBC Radio Two presenters. Bob Harris flaunts his backside to protect himself against the hand of the law, and Mike Harding and Mark Radcliffe have a fight. Hiphop artist MC Squared provides some special Young’uns Podcast jingles. There’s some inappropriate behaviour with a Christmas tree going on, and Becky Unthank spills the beans about her favourite sandwich. But will that sandwich contain beans? Find out on the fourth podcast of Christmas.

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The Young’uns Podcast. Third Podcast of Christmas

Our third Podcast of Christmas contains a lazy cow, a dancing sheep, some unusual comments from fans and music from the Spooky Men’s Chorale.

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The Second Young’uns Podcast of christmas

Are the Young’uns gay and in a three-way relationship with each other? That would certainly explain those masculine moans coming from the bedroom that the three of them are sharing. Today, we discuss our sexuality and explain the source of those strange noises. We talk about our role as singing pirates in a film starring Catherine Tate, Vic Reeves, Miranda Hart and David Walliams. And the Young’uns try their hand at some pop songs, with interesting results.

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Twelve Podcasts of Christmas

Over the christmas period we’ll be releasing twelve Young’uns Podcasts featuring highlights from Podcasts past.

It’s a highly educational start to our Twelve Podcasts of Christmas. The Young’uns take you to Dutch language school, and we hear a poem and story written and read by Hartlepool primary school children about the legend of the moving church. We also delve into biology as we analyse the Young’uns’ stomachs. Music comes from Sheelanagig, recorded at 2010’s Hartlepool Tall Ships Festival.

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The second podcast of Christmas will be released tomorrow.

Merry Christmas.

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