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The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Moose and Dews catch up once again this week, and one of the main topics is the upcoming festive season, including the Xmas radio schedule. Dews attempts to convince Moose to take some time off with negligible success. Along the way they also discuss their favourite clots, the difficulty of finding elasticated trousers for the taller gentleman, and just how useful a "How to Survive in a Lifeboat" manual would be right now.
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Moose and Dews catch up once again this week to discuss the "Trough of Disillusionment" which features on a business graphic sent to Moose by PRFam member Michael Brown. You can view the graphic on the Twitch video. It's basically a time in the lifecycle of a business (or anything really!) when the initial burst of enthusiasm has faded, and reality kicks in. Fear not though! The next phase is in sight, which will be the "Slope of Enlightenment!" They also discuss the upcoming quiz, Call of Duty tournament, and a brand new merch pre-order coming soon!
*The full podcast is available exclusively for Primordial Radio members via the website or via the Primordial app. Check it out here https://primordialradio.com/* Every week on the afternoon show, Dews plays an album in full, chosen by a member of the the PRFam, who then joins him on-air to have a chat about it. This podcast is the recording of those chats, minus the music. Episode 37 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring fellow northerner Kieran Goodwin. He and Dews chat about life, cars, and working all through 2020. Dews also realises that he and Kieran go back waaaay further than he thought! Oh, and they discuss one of the greatest albums of all time; Rage Against The Machine's self-titled 1992 debut.
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Alright, it's not over. It's not even close to over. But what if it was? If Primordial Radio was over *tomorrow* what would the guys wish they had done differently? How can they use that thinking to inform the way they behave and the decisions they make now? This week Moose and Dews explore the potential answers, to help make the Primordial boat go faster.
Welcome to this, our final journey - for the time being - down the white water rapids of absurdity and over the waterfall of silliness that is the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio. Season 1 is ending, but fear not! Gods willing, and with a stiff tailwind, Porridge will return in whatever 2021 turns out to be. Formed from the daily episodes of the most riveting, edge-of-your-seat broadcasting since Slow TV, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous tall-tale telling. Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time henchman. If you're a supervillain in need of reliable, punctual, yet ultimately expendable assistance, no-one henchs quite like Porridge, who himself has won the coverted "henchperson of the year" award from What Hench? magazine. Following their recent misadventures on a pirate planet involving death, destruction, mayhem and zombies, Porridge, his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon, and new crewmember Pirate Captain Bonney have arrived at a new planet that definitely does not seem to be as it appeared in the brochure. More teeth, for one thing. Porridge himself will hopefully fill in the gaps. Image Credit: Tom Brown
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Moose and Dews catch-up once again for what seems like part podcast, part business update and part counselling session. 2020 is taking it's toll on all of us in different ways, and at different times, and for some folks creativity is at an all-time low. That said, there is an awful lot to be positive about behind-the-scenes at Primordial Radio, with new merch and more quizzes planned, and a LOT of positive news about ongoing research and marketing plans.
Welcome to our latest journey down the trousers of time with the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio. Formed from the daily episodes of the most riveting, edge-of-your-seat broadcasting since Gardeners Question Time this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous tall-tale telling. Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time Amsterdam booth cleaner. Armed with nothing more than spit, polish, and an industrial size tub of jizz-be-gone disinfectant, no-one can get rid of stains like Porridge. Following their recent misadventures on a pirate planet involving death, destruction and mayhem, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon, find themselves with a new crewmate, in the form of the sociopathic Pirate Captain Bonney. Our crew of miscreants now head off into the great blue yonder in search of their next adventure and - hopefully - a wash. Image Credit: Tom Brown
Returning for the 2020 F1 season, rock fan, Sky Sports F1 commentator, and Primordial Radio member David Croft joins Dewsbury on-air with playlists of the tracks he's listening to while he jets off around the world as part of the F1 circus. This podcast is a complete recording of Crofty and Dews' conversation during the show, with all the off-air bits, production notes and asides. The full show complete with music was broadcast on Thursday 5th November 2020. The full podcast is available exclusively for Primordial Radio members from https://primordialradio.com/crofty/ or the Primordial Radio app. In this latest episode of Crofty's Tracks, Crofty is speaking from home, having recently returned from Imola, and an F1 race that definitely was NOT the San Marino GP. He and Dewsbury are joined by Crofty's other half to talk F1, gout chat, the secrets of sandwich-making and a LOT of Bruce Springsteen.  Don't forget that all the shows so far, complete with music, are available on-demand for Primordial Radio members via the app or https://primordialradio.com/specials-on-demand/
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Moose and Dews catch up once again. This recording took place on Weds 4th Nov 2020, when nobody knew who was going to be the next President of the USA, so stress was in the air. Conveniently it's also National Stress Awareness Day, so the guys talk about how Primordial Radio is trying to help.  They also discuss the latest results on some ongoing research, and the potential next evolution of Primordial Radio's branding.
*The full podcast is available exclusively for Primordial Radio members via the website or via the Primordial app. Check it out here https://primordialradio.com/* Every week on the afternoon show, Dews plays an album in full, chosen by a member of the the PRFam, who then joins him on-air to have a chat about it. This podcast is the recording of those chats, minus the music. Episode 36 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring Si Tanner. He and Dews chat about life, juggling two jobs and two kids, and the difficulties of seeing bands in Devon. They also discuss one of Si's favourite albums (that Dews SHAMEFULLY hadn't heard)... Metallica's 2016 album "Hardwired... to Self-Destruct." 
The full podcast is available exclusively for Primordial Radio members via https://primordialradio.com/sea-word/ or the Primordial Radio app. The world's only heavy metal marine biologist - The Blowfish - is back with another episode of The Sea Word Podcast. This time round, instead of talking about an incredible animal, he's talking to an incredible person; Ethnobotanist and TV presenter James Wong. Don't forget that as a Primordial Radio member you can access ALL of our podcasts including Binge Thinking featuring interviews with artists such as Korn, Volbeat and Alter Bridge, Crofty's Tracks featuring Sky Sports F1 commentator David Croft and all previous episodes of The Sea Word via our mobile app! Available now via the Apple app store and Google Play. If like us you're sick of double glazing ads and the same songs on repeat OVER & OVER then come join the evolution of rock & metal radio for FREE for 30 days @ http://primordialradio.com
Hello once again dear listener, and welcome to this, our latest journey into the unknown with the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio. Formed from the daily episodes of the most riveting audio broadcast since the Dad's Army radio serial this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous tall-tale telling. Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time snooker ball polisher. He can bring a set of balls to a shine you can see your face in. Following their recent misadventures on a pirate planet which involved diving to the bottom of the ocean, retrieving a selection of booty, and some truly awful accents, Porridge, his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon, and the sociopathic Pirate Captain Bonney find themselves in search of some refreshment. Hopefully, the good Doctor himself will explain the rest... Image Credit: Tom Brown
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Moose and Dews virtually meet up once again for the latest Primordial Radio podcast, this week beginning with a question; how do you make a video restreaming website spooky? On the subject of Halloween, we discover one of Moose's finest costume ideas and why Dewsbury isn't allowed to drink shots any more. The guys also discuss this upcoming weekends' Halloween festivities, including the QUIZ!
*The full podcast is available exclusively for Primordial Radio members via the website or via the Primordial app. Check it out here https://primordialradio.com/* Every week on the afternoon show, Dews plays an album in full, chosen by a member of the the PRFam, who then joins him on-air to have a chat about it. This podcast is the recording of those chats, minus the music. Episode 35 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring Primordial Radio's very own energizer bunny Aston Ellington. Seriously, if you've ever seen Aston at a gig he just does not stop moving! He and Dews chat about Aston's (possibly controversial) favourite Metallica album; 1984's "Ride The Lightning."
Welcome to this, our latest journey into the unknown with the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio. Formed from the daily episodes of the most exciting, edge-of-your-seat broadcasting since Homes Under the Hammer, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous tall-tale telling. Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time drug kingpin. If he asks you to say hello to his little friend, there's a 50/50 chance it'll be a small dog named Sidney. Following their recent misadventures on a planet that seems to be heavily influenced by the classic Monkey Island videogames, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon enlisted the aid of an Amazonian Pirate Captain, her ship, crew, and submersible in search of some macguffin or other. Hopefully Porridge himself will be able to make some sense of all this, but I wouldn't count on it. Image Credit: Tom Brown
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio This week finds our heroes (or one of them at least) at a low point on the Coronacoaster of 2020, and it takes some perspective to try to get back on-track. Podcast or counselling session? Maybe a bit of both. There's plenty going on though, with news of the latest membership figures, the impact of marketing, the next quiz, and the upcoming Primordial Radio Call of Duty tournament.
*The full podcast is available exclusively for Primordial Radio members via the website or via the Primordial app. Check it out here https://primordialradio.com/* Every week on the afternoon show, Dews plays an album in full, chosen by a member of the the PRFam, who then joins him on-air to have a chat about it. This podcast is the recording of those chats, minus the music. Episode 34 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Reverend James Bissett. He and Dews chat away about religion, music, and WHY YOU DON'T LISTEN TO TRACK FIVE WHEN YOUR MUM IS THERE! They also talk about one half of one of the biggest releases of the 1990s; Guns N' Roses "Use Your Illusion II."
Welcome once again dear listener to this, our latest journey into the unknown with the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio. Formed from the daily episodes of the most exciting, outrageous broadcasting since The Antiques Roadshow hit Kidderminster, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous tall-tale telling. Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time dog walker. The man has scooped things you wouldn't believe. Following their recent misadventures involving accidental genocide, the inadvertant summoning of an Elder God, and the corruption of an entire planet, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon have now found themselves on a pirate planet enlisting the aid of a Pirate Captain in search of some macguffin or other. Hopefully Porridge himself will be able to make some sense of all this, but I wouldn't count on it.
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Dews is back in the land of the vertical following last weeks injury, so in this latest episode of the podcast he catches up with Moose. Guests this week are Tash, who joins to discuss the ongoing activities of the Primordial Equality Advisory Group, and Blowfish to discuss a brand new initiative for Primordial Radio which aims to help us help the environment.
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Moose and Pete catch up this week whilst Dews is horizontally bound with a bad back and chat about the pros and cons of different styles of investment, world mental health day and an update from the equalities commission board. 
Welcome once again dear listener to this, our latest journey into the unknown with the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio. Formed from the daily episodes of the most exciting, outrageous broadcasting since Saturday Kitchen this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous tall-tale telling. Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time Amazon warehouse worker, Porridge has seen things you wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like a package delivered by Yodel, and left somewhere within a 300 meter radius of your house.. Following their recent adventures onboard a stolen alien warship, involving accidental genocide, the inadvertant summoning of an Elder God, and the corruption of an entire planet that - prior to their visit - had never heard of alcohol, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon have now found themselves on a pirate planet in search of some macguffin or other. Hopefully Porridge himself will be able to make some sense of all this, but I wouldn't count on it. Image Credit: Tom Brown
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio It's Primordial Radio's THIRD birthday! Moose and Dews catch up to reminisce about the last 3 years, the insidious nature of social media echo chambers, and the role of "gatekeepers" in the media industry to prevent paralysis by indecision. Also Dews has to bugger off for ten minute to see a man about some wood.
Welcome once again dear listener to this, our latest journey into the unknown with the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast. Formed from the daily episodes of the most exciting, outrageous broadcasting since Songs of Praise this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous tall-tale telling. Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time hermit. Some would say that a hermit's lifestyle is an all-or-nothing kinda deal, but in these troubled times he job-shares herming duties with Mad Albert McSpelunker, 3-times winner of What Hermit magazines "recluse of the year" award. Following their recent adventures onboard a stolen alien warship, involving accidental genocide, the inadvertant summoning of an Elder God, and repeatedly narrowly avoiding being murdered, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon have now found themselves taking a well-earned break on the planetary equivalent of Betty's Tea Rooms. Hopefully Porridge himself will be able to make some sense of all this, but I wouldn't count on it. Image Credit: Tom Brown
The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio Dews is back from his week off, so he and Moose catch up once again to discuss the end of summer, mini-Moose learning to drive, and inadvisably breaking the speed limit. They also discuss the reason why September is always "twitchy bum season" for Primordial Radio, and attempt to answer the question posed by the episode title, in relation to the Inkubus camper van.
Returning for the 2020 F1 season, rock fan, Sky Sports F1 commentator, and Primordial Radio member David Croft joins Dewsbury on-air with playlists of the tracks he's listening to while he jets off around the world as part of the F1 circus. This podcast is a complete recording of Crofty and Dews' conversation during the show, with all the off-air bits, production notes and asides. The full show complete with music was broadcast on Thursday 24th September 2020. The full podcast is available exclusively for Primordial Radio members from https://primordialradio.com/crofty/ or the Primordial Radio app. In this latest episode of Crofty's Tracks, Crofty is speaking from the most-beige hotel room in the world, located in Sochi, Russia. What's worse is that the minibar is empty. Clearly they knew he was coming.  He and Dewsbury get talking about a whole bunch of stuff, including just how INCREDIBLE the last couple of races have been, the ongoing game of musical chairs for the 2021 driver line-up, and Hamilton's chances of equalling the great Michael Schumacher's win record this coming weekend. There's also a bit of music as well. Don't forget that all the shows so far, complete with music, are available on-demand for Primordial Radio members via the app or https://primordialradio.com/specials-on-demand/
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Created by
Primordial Radio
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Dec 2nd, 2020
Latest Episode
Dec 2nd, 2020
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
383
Avg. Episode Length
41 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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