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Now displaying: May, 2021
May 31, 2021

*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 48 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring PRFam member and guitarist with Far From The Delta, Jeremy Way. He and Dews chat about moving house in a pandemic, finding a new partner in a pandemic (impressive!) and falling in and out of love with the guitar, along with discussing one of Jeremy's favourite albums; 1994's "Troublegum" by Therapy?

May 26, 2021

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

Moose and Dews catch up once again, with many topics under discussion this week, from hockey and late phone appointments to the recently announced Download Festival 2021 pilot and the AGM. There's also mention of new merch designs in the store now, and the forthcoming Primordial gin label.

They also discuss Primordial Radio's own Luke Milne, and his upcoming mammoth 24hr radio show, in aid of Mind. If you want all the details, including a link to the Just Giving page, click here https://primordialradio.com/rockaround/ 

May 24, 2021

*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 47 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring Primordial Radio's own Moose! He and Dews used to chat music regularly, but nowadays real-life tends to be more pressing. The guys take this chance to discuss Moose's musical journey from pop music, through classic rock to new wave, and talk at length about one of Moose's favourite albums; Joe Jackson's 1979 debut "Look Sharp!"

May 22, 2021

Welcome back, dear listener, to our regular trip through the laundry basket of silliness, the washing machine of absurdity and the tumble drier of outrageously bad accents that is the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio.

Formed from the daily episodes of the most exciting, thrill-a-minute broadcasting since Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em featured rollerskates, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in utter bullshittery.

Last week, we left our heroes - Porridge, his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon, and the ever-homicidal Pirate Captain Bonney - in the midst of a quest to find mythical beasts across the galaxy. Their recent adventures on Planet Stirling had resulted in freedom for a large family of Loch Ness monsters, and total destruction for the surrounding area. Unsurprisingly, the local authorities were keen to see the back of them. Onwards, to adventure!

Image Credit: Tom Brown

May 19, 2021

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

Moose and Dews catch up once again to discuss the latest in the world of Primordial Radio, from developments with the soon-to-be-hireable Inkubus, to the recent virtual AGM.

There's a special bonus this week as Bloodstock Festival accidentally puts 50p in the rant machine, causing Moose to go off about people complaining about festival line-ups; a rant which also includes possibly the most aggressive congratulations ever heard! 

If like us you're sick of being treated as a revenue stream instead of an actual person, and sick of the the same songs on repeat OVER & OVER then come join the evolution of rock & metal radio for FREE for 30 days @ http://primordialradio.com 

May 17, 2021

Welcome back to our regular stroll down the path of silliness, and through the fields of knobheadery (while hopefully avoiding the dog-egg of plaigiarism) that is the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio.


Formed from the daily episodes of the most exciting broadcasting since Dirty Den had an unfortunate coming together with a daffodil, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in utter bullshittery.

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand-up, part-time matador. Once he grabs the bull by the horns, the only place he's likely to lead it is straight into the nearest china shop. Mess will likely ensue.


Last week, we left our heroes - Porridge, his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon, and the ever-homicidal Pirate Captain Bonney - in the midst of a quest to find mythical beasts across the galaxy. Having arrived at Planet Stirling - a planet seemingly populated by emigrants from that Scottish city - our heroes had discovered an entire family of Loch Ness Monsters was being kept in less-than-optimal conditions. Of course this was a wrong in desperate need of righting. Remember, Buckfast gets you fffffflipping drunk very quickly. Onwards, to adventure!

If like us you're sick of being treated as a revenue stream instead of an actual person, and sick of the the same songs on repeat OVER & OVER then come join the evolution of rock & metal radio for FREE for 30 days @ http://primordialradio.com 

 

Image Credit: Tom Brown

May 12, 2021

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

*TW: Mental health/fertility issues*

Things get heavy this week, as Dews has recently had some bad news that he and Moose discuss on the podcast. Appropriately enough, this comes during Mental Health Awareness Week.

It's not all serious as there's plenty of other things to discuss this week, including the upcoming Call of Duty tournament, the upcoming virtual AGM, the ACTUAL AGM, the latest from Haul of Fame Competitions, and the big reveal of the winning name for the Primordial gin!

If like us you're sick of being treated as a revenue stream instead of an actual person, and sick of the the same songs on repeat OVER & OVER then come join the evolution of rock & metal radio for FREE for 30 days @ http://primordialradio.com 

May 10, 2021

*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 46 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring Andy Miles, who chats with Dews about videogame soundtracks, sharing a home workspace in a pandemic (leading to a pandemic-induced housemove!) and home gym envy. They also talk about Andy's album of choice; Machine Head's phenomenal 2007 album; The Blackening.

May 8, 2021

Welcome to our regular step onto the rake of absurdity that is the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast, brought to you by Primordial Radio.

Formed from the daily episodes of the most riveting broadcasting since Fred Dibnah almost had a chimney fall on him, this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in utter bullshittery.

Last week, we left our heroes - Porridge, his cybernetic badger accomplice Colon, and the ever-homicidal Pirate Captain Bonney - in the midst of a farcical quest across the galaxy, in search of various mythical beasties. Porridge himself will hopefully explain. Onwards, to adventure! And confusion.

If like us you're sick of being treated as a revenue stream instead of an actual person, and sick of the the same songs on repeat OVER & OVER then come join the evolution of rock & metal radio for FREE for 30 days @ http://primordialradio.com 


Image Credit: Tom Brown

May 5, 2021

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

Moose and Dews virtually meet up once again this week and - as usual - manage to get lost wandering down Memory Lane, as they recall some fond festival memories. Half-drowning in mud isn't fun at the time, but it sure does look good in hindsight, right?

They also chat business, with news of the upcoming virtual AGM, a name for the soon-to-be-produced Primordial gin, and discussion of the latest developments in the world of radio.

If like us you're sick of being treated as a revenue stream instead of an actual person, and sick of the the same songs on repeat OVER & OVER then come join the evolution of rock & metal radio for FREE for 30 days @ http://primordialradio.com 

May 3, 2021

*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 45 of The FAMily Album podcast is now live featuring Joe Finer, who chats with Dews about being introduced to metal via the medium of copied TDK90 cassettes, the trials and tribulations of being a teacher during a pandemic, and how exactly one can go from taekwando instructor to physics teacher. They also talk about Joe's album of choice; Metallica's incredible 1983 debut; Kill 'Em All.

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 

May 1, 2021

Welcome back to this, our journey down the bifurcated legs of the trousers of time that is the Lost In Porridge Plaguecast.

Formed from the daily episodes of the most pant-soilingly exciting broadcasting since "that bloke on Bridgerton" this plaguecast is a collection of this weeks adventures in outrageously fictional yarn-spinning

Our intrepid guide is none other than Dr Cornelius Porridge; part gentleman adventurer, part steampunk stand-up, part-time used furniture physicist. Weird.

Last week, we left our heroes embroiled in a complete lack of terrible peril! They had achieved their aim and - quite frankly - were wondering what to do for the rest of season 2 when they received a message from their crewmate - Pirate Captain Bonney - calling for their aid.  What great adventure will happen next? Will our heroes survive? Will they make it to season 3 without jumping the shark? Unlikely. Listen on and - possibly - find out!

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 

 

Image Credit: Tom Brown

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