Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Rock Solid

Kenny Phillips. He's a real nice guy, but he doesn't like to go on about it. He also doesn't like to mention that he's a budding singer who exclusively sings songs penned by future EastEnders actor Lee Ross.

Colin finds out this fact and, after some of the kind of unexamined wardrobe-hiding creepiness that Jarvis Cocker of Pulp once sang about, kickstarts the career of The Yummiest Man in Rock™.

Meanwhile, Spike and Lynda continue not to be an item and Sam makes friends with an angular frog in ROCK SOLID.

Friday, June 17, 2016

Yesterday's News

With a title like Yesterday's News, it's appropriate that this new episode of The Last Word Podcast should perhaps not be the freshest recording we've released. Sadly, "Three Month Old News" doesn't have the same ring to it, despite being entirely accurate.

Obviously Chris and Alirio will talk about the shocking twists of the Press Gang episode: N.V. Gillespie, the prurient taxi driver, Lynda's three breasts and the final shocking one-day-out passing on of the news but also prepare for Personal Services, Teenage Mutant HERO Turtles and Alirio's nunchuck construction tips.

So, instead of waiting further, let's unwrap tonight's fish & chips, discard it and get stuck right in to YESTERDAY'S NEWS.

Monday, January 25, 2016

The Rest of My Life

Who's the one guy you can drop a building on and it won't stop him talking? That's right. Spike takes some time out hanging out with Max Branning in his hip new cerebral nightclub to drop in on a local record shop. Or, rather, to have a local record shop drop in on him.

With only a disembodied voice for company it's a harsh few hours for an upbeat chatterbox and these events go to show how much bite and surprise Press Gang still has.

Chris and Alirio are joined this time by feedback maestro Matt who helps us sift through the emotional wreckage of THE REST OF MY LIFE