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Aug 1, 2020

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

Formed from our daily bulletins, 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 wild cheese wrangler. He can often be found in the countryside around Cheddar Gorge rounding up any stray cheeses and returning them to the safety of the herd..

Following his recent adventures on a post-apocalyptic, future earth hellscape, Dr Porridge and Colon - his cybernetic badger accomplice - now find themselves lost in space, onboard a stolen alien vessel, threatened with total destruction by all the remaining ducks in the universe. 

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 champion gooseberry grower.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Jul 31, 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 talk about the latest in the world of Primordial Radio, including the BIG NEWS that our friends in Massive Wagons have just achieved their first top 10 album! The guys also get onto the big Primordial news that they now have 1500 paying subscribers, which is another milestone on the way to Global domination!

There's also chats about advertising, the difficulties of putting on gigs in 2020, and exactly where - after having already broadcast from festivals, campsites, underground trains and aeroplanes - they can go from here.

Jul 29, 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 29 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Viv Miles chatting with Dewsbury about snagging the good workspace while working from home, lockdown in central London, tattoos, honeymoon destinations, and one of her favourite albums; Gojira's 2016 classic-in-waiting "Magma."

Jul 25, 2020

Welcome to this latest episode of the Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio.

Formed from the daily despatches of one Dr. Porridge, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge,part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part-time ferret wrangler. If you need to see a man about ferret abaout a ferret, you know who to call.

Following his recent adventures on a post-apocalyptic, future earth hellscape, Dr Porridge and Colon - his cybernetic badger accomplice - now find themselves lost in space.

Listen at your peril. This broadcast is not recommended for the elderly, infirm or lactose intolerant, and side-effects may include nausea, discombobulation and spontaneous evacuation of the bowels.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Jul 24, 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 chat about the latest in the world of Primordial Radio, starting this week with news of the equality advisory group. Following on from the Black Lives Matter protests and Blackout Tuesday, the guys decided that they wanted Primordial Radio to be better, and Tash Davies offered her help. It's taken a few weeks, but there is a plan, so she joins Moose for a chat about the aims, and the next steps.

There's also talk of the latest quiz, new merch, what may - or may not - happen with the Primordial AGM, and Dews attempts to convince Moose to take some time off.

Jul 22, 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 28 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Will Morgan chatting with Dewsbury about engineering during a pandemic, lego and one of his favourite albums; In Flames' 2006 classic "Come Clarity."

Jul 18, 2020

Welcome to this latest episode of the Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio.

Formed from the daily despatches of one Dr. Porridge, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge,part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand up, part drunken lunatic. If the human body is around 60% water, in Dr Porridge's case at least half of that is rum.

Following his recent adventures on a post-apocalyptic, future earth hellscape, Dr Porridge and Colon - his cybernetic badger accomplice - now find themselves lost in space. As you do.

Listen at your peril. This broadcast is not for the infirm of spirit, and side-effects may include nausea, discombobulation and spontaneous combustion.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Jul 17, 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 this week to discuss Primordial Radio and the world around them, beginning with the ongoing coronacoaster adventure. It'd be nice to be able to get off it for a little while, right?

They also get on to discussing Dewsbury's recent engagement, the ongoing PRFam support that they can offer, the latest on the equality advisory group, and BRAND NEW MERCH!

Jul 15, 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. These shows are pre-recorded, with only the voice links going out on-air as part of the broadcast. This podcast however, 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 9th July 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 his hotel in Austria in the week after the first Austrian GP of the season, and just ahead of the second Austrian (Styrian) GP. He and Dews discuss the changes in the F1 paddock, social distancing in F1, team bubbles and the return of Fernando Alonso to F1

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/

Jul 10, 2020

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

This week Moose and Dews come to the sad realisation that after living in each others' pockets for years, Covid-19 has caused them to be apart for the longest period since 2009. The bromance struggle is real. This leads on to talking about the importance of social contact, even during a pandemic. They also figure out an important date for next year, and discuss some incoming research results.

Jul 8, 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 27 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Thomas Spooner chatting with Dewsbury about growing up in an almost music-free environment, life in the Royal Navy, and one of his favourite albums; Aerosmith's 1989 classic "Pump."

Jul 4, 2020

Formed from the daily despatches of one Dr. Porridge, this plaguecast is the collection of this weeks adventures. Like Emmerdale, only with more sheep.

Dr Porridge has become lost in a version of earth; a far distant, future post apocalyptic wasteland. Together with Colon, his cybernetic badger accomplice, Porridge is on a quest at the behest of a Gallic gangster named Uncle TouchΓ©. The good Doctor himself can fill in the blanks.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Jul 3, 2020

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

Once again Moose and Dews catch up from their respective studios to discuss the latest in the world Primordial Radio including coffee and Rocky & Bullwinkle, along with technical issues aplenty.

They also talk about mental health, the next quiz, the importance of the entire team behind Primordial Radio, and what's coming up business-wise in the next couple of weeks.

Jul 1, 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 26 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Suzy Hughes chatting with Dewsbury about one of her favourite albums; The Smashing Pumpkins 1993 classic "Siamese Dream."

Jun 29, 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/*

This podcast was originally recorded in Feb 2020 on the release day of the latest album from Those damn Crows. Ronnie and David from the band joined Pete in Studio 3 to take over the Primordial Presents show .

Don't forget that as a Primordial Radio member you can now access ALL of our podcasts including Binge Thinking, Crofty's Tracks and The Sea Word via our mobile app. Available now via the Apple app store and Google Play.

Jun 27, 2020

Formed from the daily despatches of one Dr. Porridge, this plaguecast is the collection of this weeks adventures. Like Eastenders only with slightly less cockneys and higher production values

Dr Porridge has become lost in a version of earth; a far distant, future post apocalyptic wasteland. Together with Colon, his cybernetic badger accomplice, Porridge is on a quest to seek out Bob, the scourge of the wastes, and deliver unto him a letter. Their quest has led them across the wasteland, to a drinking establishment of ill-repute, known as the Turkey Twizzler. The good Doctor himself can fill in the blanks.

 

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Jun 26, 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 again this week, and as usual they start off by checking on each other with the latest  effects of the Coronacoaster. What a crazy year 2020 is turning into. They also talk about the ways Primordial Radio can help members of the PRFam, with subscription holidays and the Sub-A-Sub initiative.

Unusually though, the bulk of the podcast is taken up with actual business chat. Membership numbers, cost-of-acquisition and business behaviour is all discussed, including one striking example of what not-to-do.

Jun 24, 2020

Formed from the daily despatches of one Dr. Cornelius Porridge, this plaguecast is an omnibus of this weeks adventures. Strictly speaking, it's a belated collection of LAST week's adventures, which rather points to a lack of moral fibre in the production staff.

Dr Porridge has become lost in a version of earth. A far distant, future post apocalyptic wasteland, that if the news the news is anything to go by, we'll catch up to some time next week. Together with Colon, his cybernetic badger accomplice, Porridge is on a quest to seek out Bob, the scourge of the wastes and deliver unto him a letter. Their quest has led them across the wasteland, and we join our hero seated in a wretched hive of scum and villainy, known as the Turkey Twizzler.

Be warned though, the following adventures are not for the faint of heart, meek of spirit or indeed weak of bladder, and may cause side effects, such as dizziness, vomiting and the strange urge to appear in musical theatre.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Jun 24, 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 25 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Lesley Ward chatting with Dewsbury about one of her favourite albums; Rammstein's 2001 classic "Mutter."

Jun 19, 2020

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

This week Moose and Dews catch up from their respective studios, and start off talking about (predictably) darts, the weather and (less predictably) acid flashbacks. They continue being slightly more serious and talk about how it's ok to not-be ok, especially right now. In a similar vein they also discuss the plans that Primordial Radio has made to help keep PRFam members connected through what is likely to be a rough next few months.

Jun 17, 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 24 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member Kev Horton chatting from lockdown with Dewsbury about one of his favourite albums; Nickelback's "Silver Side Up."

Jun 15, 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/*

This podcast was originally recorded in Jan 2020 ahead of the Primordial Presents Live show in Edinburgh. Pete catches up with the guys from Ramage Inc as they takeover his Primordial Presents show.

Don't forget that as a Primordial Radio member you can now access ALL of our podcasts including Binge Thinking, Crofty's Tracks and The Sea Word via our mobile app. Available now via the Apple app store and Google Play.

Jun 13, 2020

Dr. Cornelius Porridge is an enigma covered liberally with the sausage of mystery, glazed in the egg of absurdity and dipped into the breadcrumbs of the macabre. Part time-travelling scotch egg, part-badger, part steampunk stand-up. In these troubled times he has kindly agreed to keep us updated daily on his continuing quest to rid Lincolnshire of the plague.

When we last left him, Porridge was stuck in a far-off, post-apocalyptic future version of Earth, with nought but his wits and a small dog for company. We join him now as he attempts to find his way home, and cure the plague.

Caution advised: The following broadcast may not be suitable for the elderly, pregnant, infirm, or the temporally confused.

Image Credit: Tom Brown

Jun 12, 2020

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

This week Moose and Dews are definitely not in a field at Castle Donington, but looking at the weather that might not be a bad thing. Instead they catch up to discuss the response to last weeks podcast, and what Primordial Radio can do in the future. There's also the BIG REVEAL of the surprise* occupant of the new Studio 11!

*Literally not a surprise

Jun 5, 2020

*CAUTION. MAY CONTAIN POLITICS. AND SWEARING*

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

It's an emotionally-charged podcast this week, as Moose and Dews discuss the ongoing effects of the "emotional coronacoaster," impacted by both personal events and the wider political scene. This leads into a discussion of the recent "Blackout Tuesday" in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and what changes Primordial Radio can make to better support the community.

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