The wait is over. It’s finally here.
To celebrate the end of the third week of podcasting, Ed takes Dan up the ‘RA, for an explosive pub crawl. This time, our puckish protagonists are tracking the trail of destruction carved across London by successive groups of Irish bandits, rebels and ne’er-do-wells. As Ed’s specialism (the IRA) meets Dan’s specialty (daytime drinking), expect 32 counties of fun.
We’re all going to die. So why not spend 37 minutes and 47 seconds of what’s left listening to Dan and Ed explore West Norwood cemetery? Will they look at some of the graves of famous South Londoners? Or will they be devoured by marauding zombie hordes? There’s only one way to find out. (Listen to this episode.)
Dan and Ed head out to grab some traditional grub – but end up trying to heal the rifts in our divided country. Will our caring pairing be successful?
Listen and discover whether they manage to coalesce England, like so many boiled potatoes beneath a masher – or leave it shattered into fragments, like a brittle crust underneath a fork, surrendering to a tide of hot gravy (racism).
The boys are back from their summer break – and they’re going swimming, in one of London’s last lidos. With one catch… Dan has been struck down with a mystery ailment. And another catch… Ed can’t swim. Which one of our hearty heroes will drown first? Listen to find out!
This time, our tuneful twosome attempt to answer a crucial question: should Scottish children be allowed to play jazz music? Ed and Dan are promming at the Proms, to the sounds of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra of Scotland. Expect syncopation, scatting and small Scots saxophonists.
This episode finds our touring twosome at Wormwood Scrubs. The category B Victorian prison? No. The cruising site? No. The area of common land, famed for its blackberries? Yes, that’s the one!
But will their search for the sweetest of fruits (the blackberry) be successful?
Where are our two intrepid adventurers this time? It’s a mystery…
Shop. Dannish and Ed are going to the mystery shop. Will they – at long last – deliver the deeply miserable episode their fans have been waiting for?
Expect encounters with psychics, musings on the nature of belief and crystals. Powerful crystals. Loads of ’em.
Dannish and Ed – our tippling twosome, our pissed pair, our carousing couple – go aboozing in honour of drunken dictionarian Samuel Johnson. For, as Oscar Wilde once said, ‘Work is the curse of the drinking classes.’
Ed and Dan head for a visit to the largest Hindu temple outside India. Which queer and peculiar sights await them? What mysteries does this oriental excursion hold? Join our intrepid explorers for a voyage into the Heart of Darkness: Neasden.
Our two flaneurs go flaneuring on an EU-funded pathway among the bleak marshes that ring London. Their aim: to view some historic concrete barges that are likely to be covered by the high tide.
Will they succeed? And just why are the barges historic?
In order to create dramatic tension, we aren’t going to tell you in this blurb.