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Oct 9, 2020

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. 

Oct 3, 2020

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

Oct 2, 2020

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.

Sep 26, 2020

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

Sep 25, 2020

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.

Sep 25, 2020

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/

Sep 17, 2020

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 away and chat about ways to accelerate the growth of the station, the challenges rock & metal as a whole has, revamping Everybody Gets One and unravelling the mythical hockey stick of growth... 

Sep 16, 2020

*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 33 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Rachel Sargeant. She and Dews chat away about horses, house-moving, and how to break your arm in an unusual and interesting way. They also talk about one of the greatest album of all time; Led Zep IV.

Sep 12, 2020

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 thrilling, edge-of-your-seat radio broadcasting since The Archers had lesbians, 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 nude life-model. Of course you are familiar with William-Adolphe Bouguereau's "Dante and Virgil" painted in 1850? That was him. Both of them, in fact.

Following their recent adventures onboard a stolen alien warship, involving accidental genocide and the inadvertant summoning of an Elder God, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon found themselves as part of a naval blockade of an embargoed war planet - and worse - found themselves making up part of the delegation to visit the sociopathic rulers of the planet for tea and biscuits. Hopefully Porridge himself will be able to make some sense of all this, but I wouldn't count on it.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Sep 11, 2020

The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio

Moose and Dews catch up again this week to discuss matters of great importance, including the correct usage of the phrase "Wrack/rack my brain/brains", Moose's inability to read (or indeed find) a book, and misadventures with an adult colouring book. They also occasionally mention Primordial Radio, the Twitch channel, and the upcoming quiz (Thurs Sept 24th). 

Eventually they also reveal why the podcast this week has the same title as a Creedence song. 

Sep 5, 2020

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, hard-hitting series since Heartbeat, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous fibbing.

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time cow-tipper, and winner of "What Cow" magazines man of the year award for three consecutive years.

Following their recent adventures onboard a stolen alien warship, in which they accidentally commited genocide on a planet of peace-loving insectoids, and mistakenly summoned an Elder God who promptly destroyed a planet, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon now find themselves in orbit around a war planet, which is where things - and by things I mean the outrageous accents - get *really* weird.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Sep 4, 2020

The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here... https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio

Moose returns from a week off, so he and Dews catch-up about the latest in the world of Primordial Radio. Moose has done a lot of thinking on his week off, and has returned determined to achieve many things, including taking more time off! The guys discuss the current course of Primordial Radio and - using more sailing analogies than is strictly necessary - attempt to come up with ways to make the boat go faster.

Sep 4, 2020

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 3rd 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 has the luxury of being at home! Unusual for the 2020 F1 season. This chat was recorded in the week between the disappointing Belgian GP and the Italian GP. The guys get talking about a whole bunch of stuff, including the ongoing F1 season, engine modes, F1 tyres, sofas and expensive kitchenware. 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/

Sep 2, 2020

*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 32 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Nick Feather. Following on from The Offsping's "Smash" last week, he and Dews chat away about life, music and the *other* punk rock classic released in 1994; Green Day's "Dookie."

Aug 29, 2020

Hello 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 exciting series since Brookside, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous truth-stretching.

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time goat herder. What the goats get up to when he's not herding them is up for discussion.

Following their recent adventures onboard a stolen alien warship, in which they accidentally committed genocide on a planet of peace-loving insectoids, Porridge and his cybernetic badger accomplice - Colon - found themselves on the resort planet of Gran Benidornapa, where *things* happened. The good doctor himself will hopefully explain the rest.

Listen at your peril. This broadcast is not recommended for anyone whatsoever, and Primordial Radio accepts no responsibility for any skin rashes, nosebleeds, or prolapses that may occur as as a result of this plaguecast.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Aug 28, 2020

The video podcast is available via the Primordial Twitch channel here... https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio

No Moose this week, so Pete and Dews catch up, following Pete's week off to find out exactly what Pete does with his time, given that he's only on-air for one hour a day *SPOILER* quite a bit.

The guys also talk about Primordial Radio's increasing Twitch presence, socially-distant gigs and new merch - including S.A.D. lamps - in-store now.

Aug 26, 2020

*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 31 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Chris "Frog" Walker. He and Dews chat away about life, music and The Offspring's 1994 classic "Smash."

Aug 22, 2020

Welcome once again as we 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 series since Howard's Way, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous fibbing.

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time nostril cleanliness operative. If you need a nostril cleaned in a hurry, Porridge is your man. Woman. Other.

Following his recent adventures onboard a stolen alien vessel, Porridge and Colon - his cybernetic badger accomplice - find themselves on some kind of beach resort planet, for some reason following the instructions given to them by a bottle of gin. Not for the first time either. The good doctor himself will hopefully explain the rest.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Aug 21, 2020

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 importance of proactivity in the age of Covid-19. Easy to talk about, more difficult to do. Especially if - like Moose - you have an allergic reaction to the word "gym". There's also a discussion of the recently-announced Heavy Music Awards 2020, and Primordial Radio's involvement, both before and after the show, and merch news, including a SAD lamp preorder coming soon.

Aug 19, 2020

*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 30 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member, birthday boy and Dewsbury's best mate Pridge. He and Dews chat away about turning 50, birthday bins, the struggles of a floppy seven-inch, and why Mrs Pridge considers Dews to be a bad influence. They also talk music, and play one of Pridge's favourite albums 1980's proto-dad rock compilation "Axe Attack Vol. 1".

Aug 15, 2020

Hello dear listener and welcome once again to this journey into the unknown that is the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio.

Formed from our daily bulletins beamed directly to us from Gods-know-where in the cosmos, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageous fibbing.

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time toilet attendant. Following his recent adventures onboard a stolen alien vessel, in which he and Colon - his cybernetic badger accomplice - accidentally commited insectoid genocide, Dr Porridge has now found himself on some kind of beach resort planet. The good doctor himself will explain the rest.

Listen at your peril. This broadcast is not recommended for the elderly, infirm, or terminally constipated and side-effects may include nausea, hallucinations and the explosive end to the aforementioned constipation.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Aug 14, 2020

The video podcast is available via all the Primordial channels; Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio

Moose and Dews catch up once again this week, with one of the melting, and the other one freezing. Guess which one has their studio in the basement?

Lots to discuss this week, from building regulations, catflaps, and coping with dogs in the heat, to revenues, competitions and membership. There's more explanation of the recent LRTB and AGM cancellations and - the big news - THE INTRODUCTION OF A NEW PRESENTER! Come on down Luke Milne!

Aug 8, 2020

Welcome once again to this latest journey into the unknown that is the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio. 

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time traffic light. You ever wondered what part-time traffic lights do when they're not on duty? Now you know.

Following his recent adventures on a post-apocalyptic, future earth hellscape, Dr Porridge and Colon - his cybernetic badger accomplice - found themselves lost in space, onboard a stolen alien vessel. The good doctor himself will explain the rest.

Listen at your peril. This broadcast is not recommended for the elderly or infirm, and side-effects may include nausea, hallucinations and the unshakeable belief that you are a table. James Hetfield is obviously a fan.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Aug 7, 2020

The video podcast is available via all the Primordial channels; Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/primordialradio

Moose and Dews catch up once again to discuss the latest in the world of Primordial Radio, including the ongoing effects of the coronacoaster, the results of some recent research (including Primordial doggers!) and some annoying news about a recent merch preorder. Along the way they also discuss a very 2020 problem; livestream fatigue.

Aug 7, 2020

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 6th August 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 has the luxury of being at home! This chat was recorded in the week between the two Grand Prix being held at Silverstone in 2020, that being the British GP and the 70th Anniversary GP. The guys get talking about a whole bunch of stuff, from F1 bubbles, to those amazing last laps of the British GP, to the difference tyre compounds could make to the upcoming 70th Anniversary GP. 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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