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DumTeeDum - A show about The BBC's The Archers

By Roifield Brown

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Dum Tee Dum is a weekly podcast about the Archers that features Lucy Freeman, Roifield Brown and you. Released every Monday it features a comprehensive rundown on the last week's action.

Customer Reviews

Dum Tee Dum

Far and away, the finest podcast about the Archers - including the actual Radio 4 show. Gossip, innuendo and and predictions for the future of the residents of Ambridge. A must listen for all Archers fans and the Archers Twitteratti.

Essential Archers Acoustremont

I love Ambridge. I want to stroll up Lakey Hill and later unwind in the hot tub with Ian and enjoy his canapes while Adam deals with something in the polytunnels. I want to throw genuine Borsetshire mud at Titchy and buy Joe Grundy a pint at The Bull whilst we relive it in the telling. At Christmas, I'll sign up for the panto if Lindy will have me.

My favourite piece of art is The Scream because it reminds me of Nigel. Sniff.

If you, or someone you know, have been affected by the topic of this review, or you are afflicted with a desire to live on the banks of the Am, you need a helpline. Failing that, try Dum Tee Dum. Brilliant, wonderful, witty, fun, and very more-ish. Ten Stars!

And if you have no clue about any of this, listen to The Archers on BBC Radio 4. Then listen to Dum Tee Dum. Rinse. Repeat.

This podcast is better than all the other podcasts in the world.

Irreverent but enjoyable silliness

Roifield and Lucy curate some cheeky and outlandish theories from listeners. Makes me laugh out loud every time.