Delve headlong into the world of Plato's Retreat with Samuel Harmony, Kris McFang, Jenn Tamati and Rob Bollox . $1 - $1000 records given equal treatment and airtime. For all that's good in Boogie, New Wave, Disco, House, Post-punk, Afro, Modern Soul, AOR, & much much more. Keys in the bowl, folks. Shoes at the door.
Featuring Four Thirsty, where four thirsty broadcasters get quenched at about half past four.
Your hosts Sam and Kris coming in hot to weave you together a show full of wonders. One listener takes umbrage thinking that Kris doesn't know who Peter Urlich is (of course he is well known as the man behind True Bliss), and Sam asks the audience to help him find the name of a band that is on the tip of his tongue...the Shaggs
Ben Zambo reviews Shin Godzilla, and Oscar brings in a controversial sauce made from some pineapple that has gone rancid in the back of his fridge.
Sam is back on deck with a bunch of records and stories from across the ditch . Oscar also returns with a sweet sauce switch up and his own tales from the Hamilton of Australia - Brisbane. Kris plays a couple of deep wave cuts - it's a fun time cause it's good times radio bb
To prevent the Emmerdale review from becoming Kim Tate reveiw (the most hated character in English television), this week Rob runs us down on the Sharma family's chocolate factory fiasco, scream-ups at the pub, and just a little bit of KT news.
In this edition of the critically acclaimed Emmerdale review Rob describes an exciting road trip in which multiple characters end up in the beautiful city of Belfast, birthplace of the Titanic. In Belfast, Marlon and Paddy confront Paddy's father Bear-Wolf in a pub, before moving into a having a really great chat about pies.
In this edition of the Emmerdale Review Mr Bollox fills us in on the attempted frame-up of Kane Dingle by "the scariest man I've seen on television". Kris and "Rootin' Tootin' Pollard" also have a bit of fun with the Emmerdale Wild West name generator.