Here it is, the answer to all your prayers.
After the success of last episode’s brand new advice column, Jack-Ask, 2 people have contacted the show asking for solutions to their problems. Once again your heroic host has stepped into the breach to save Christmas.
Then it’s a brand new segment ‘Do You Hear What I Hear’. Bob Baker, the show’s self appointed bar tender, translates the English meaning of a Christmas word into the American English meaning.
Then Kevin Church has sent in the story of his Dad’s worst Christmas present. It’s not the worst present, but the way the gift is delivered certainly ruins the surprise.
Then Bob Baker is back again and I read out his Story of Shame. He tells us about his Christmas tradition of Punking the Andersons.
Ever wondered why Scrooge says that anyone going around with Merry Christmas on his lips should be boiled with his own pudding? Is that really how you cook a Christmas pudding? Find out in this episode’s What The Dickens.
This episode’s version of A Christmas Carol is not really a version of A Christmas Carol. It’s an episode of Gumby in which Scrooge escapes from his book to wreak havoc. If you want to watch it, here’s a link:
I also talk briefly about another Christmas episode of Gumby, called Santa Witch, you can watch that one as well if you like:
Then, he’s back again, Bob Baker tells us the sad tale of how he found out the truth about Santa.
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Merry Christmas you beautiful people.
Listen to this episode of Total Christmas Podcast