It’s episode 69.
That’s right 69, and you know what, I’m so mature I don’t even mention it once.
It’s true, just listen and you’ll see.
The show starts with Bob Baker and Do You Hear What I Hear. This week it’s Naff.
Then Paula Horwood shares the harrowing tale of how her supply teacher told the whole class who really delivers the presents on Christmas Eve,
Paula is the creator of Baubicles and you can learn a bit more here:
Next up we have the quiz and it’s out with the old and in with the new. I’ve run out of questions from the original quiz so I’ve bought a book.
If you fancy being a Christmas Quizmaster you can have the old quiz, just email me and your name will go into the hat.
Then our US correspondent Scott Newman is on the show to tell us if he recognises some classic British Christmas songs.
The songs are:
Walking In The Air
2000 Miles by the Pretenders
Step Into Christmas by Sir Elton John
Keeping The Dream Alive by Freiheit
Saviour’s Day by Cliff Richard
Check out Scott’s podcasts here:
Then I plug my merch. Do you want a T-shirt that let’s people know you love Christmas?
Well if you do all the proceeds go to charity.
Check out the T-shirts here:
Also I have a book.
Thursday Night’s Alright by Jack Andrews
I wrote it nearly 20 years ago. It’s very rude and there’s lots of bad language, but on the plus side it is very funny.
If you have Kindle Unlimited you can read it for free, or buy the ebook version on Amazon for $3.
(There’s no cover picture on Amazon at the moment, but it does have a cover, it just hasn’t processed yet, although when you read this, it might have a cover).
Then it’s What The Dickens and we discuss a couple of very interesting bits about Candles in A Christmas Carol
Next up Bob Baker is back with Wonderful Christmastime and we have more Christmas traditions that you can get involved in.
Then it’s part 2 of Between The Lights by E F Benson as read by Tony Dixon.
Check out Tony’s podcast here:
This week’s recommendation is the fantastic book Thursday Night’s Alright by Jack Andrews. A crude but hilarious novel that your mum might find offensive, but you’ll love.
Here’s a link:
If you want to get in touch, what are you waiting for…
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Title: Episode 69 – More Classic British Christmas Songs