Get into your panto horse and get leaping! This week J & J comment on BLACK AND WHITE BEAUTY from 1976. Graeme and Bill take turns at questionable animal care while Timbo gets a bit weepy. Make sure the Gypsies don't steal your iPod! (featuring Stevie Rigsby)
Censored! This week, an interview with Matthew K Sharp, the compiler of the ABC's cuts to broadcasts of The Goodies in Australia. Matthew knows his stuff, people. Plus a snippet from a BBC Wildlife Magazine Podcast with Bill, and some audio from the BBC broadcast of the Humph tribute. Enjoy!
Miscellaneousity! The return of the least popular show format for the GP sees J & J chatting about the Clarion & Globe, Goodies eBay bargains, Bill Oddie's wildlife charity work, plus feedback and a lot of other stuff. Cheers!
This commentary for 'Lighthouse Keeping Loonies' features Lillibet (of Professor Dave's Ark in Space) and Jo (of the Flashing Blade), for the Goodies Podcast's first ever tri-continental Skype-fest!
Plus there's a lot of chat about 'The Movies' and a tune from Stevie Rigsby. Enjoy!
This commentary for FRANKENFIDO is the second part of Goodies Podcast on the road in Melbourne. Jeffers is joined by guest commentators Mike Staniforth and Kirsten Scott!
GP #28 brings you the story of how Graeme Garden came to write a poem for Australian Sci-fi / fantasy mag Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. We chat to ASIM #45 editor Jacob Edwards about GG's poem 'The Man Who Invented Time Travel'.
It's a Bunfight! Jeffers goes to Melbourne and sits in the tearooms with fellow Goodies fan Steve Gerlach, where they blather over 'Bunfight at the OK Tearooms'. Plus there's a song from Stevie Rigsby and LOTS of news and tweets.
Commentary for The Goodies' series 4 chuckle-fest Goodies In The Nick. Tim, Bill and Graeme help an inept copper and end up in prison! A masterful breakout ensues...
Happy Birthday Tim!
This week, an episode devoted to fan worship of TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR on his 70th birthday.
Stacked with listener contributions, limericks, songs and snippets of Tim in action. Cheers!
Too-cool Bill is trapped with Timbo and evil architect Graeme Garden in the concrete-covered Goodies office. It's The End. Including listener feedback and 'The End Blues' by Stevie Rigsby.
Jeffers and Jane whip up a commentary for THE LOST TRIBE (1971) from The Goodies series 2.
Bill, Tim and Graeme help Hazel find her dad; it seems the Prof went to live with the lost tribe of Sevenoaks!
Bill, Tim and Graeme convince folks to love the police but have to try much harder with the vice versa. Commentary for 'Give Police a Chance' (series 1) from Jeffers, Jane and guest commentator Ace Bowron. Cheers!
We interview Goodies Rule OK fan club creator Alison Bean and preview Graeme Garden acting in The Book of Kells by Big Finish. Plus Bill Oddie returns to Springwatch!
Commentary for Dodonuts!
Bill tries to save the last Dodo from trigger-happy hunters Tim and Graeme by helping the hapless specimen take to the skies...
Plus we debut Stevie Rigsby's goodies DVD protest tune 'The Neverseenies'.
Hail to the chief! This episode we chat with the president of The Goodies Rule Ok! fan club Lisa Manekofsky.
Plus there's news of a freshly recovered episode of 'At Last The 1948 Show' in Blighty (more Tim Brooke-Taylor to be seen!) and a pub at Mornington Crescent renamed in honour of Chairman Humph.