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Word Podcast

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David Hepworth, Mark Ellen and chums cast an occasionally jaundiced eye over the goings on in the world of music and entertainment

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Enjoyable busrides home.

Only just caught onto The Word podcasts despite buying the magazine for many years. Basically its like listening to your elder brother's best friends (the ones you used to listen to and frantically scratch down the names of bands they mentioned that you hadn't heard of because they KNEW music ). People who have actually seen Bob Marley at the Lyceum in 1975 and Pentangle in - whenever Pentangle were at their halceon phase;). Endlessly enjoyable especially on a bus ride home from work on a Friday night. Lads if you could make it a consistent 45 mins you'd fill my whole journey home. One last thing is Dave Hepworth the best living non-comedian with his use .....of ......pauses. Well maybe not, just a thought.

disappointed - used to love it

I used to love this podcast. It was a warm welcome every Wednesday, and often encouraged me to go out and buy the magazine. Unfortunately, altruism has to stop, even here. What used to be free is now to be paid for. You can only listen to the podcast if you subscribe to the magazine. A pity, as it was a way to reach out and bring in new readers. Now it's a perk for the members club only. Such a pity.

Wondrous whitterings

The joy of listening to Messrs Hepworth and Ellen expound on all things entertainment from the past century (or so it seems) is a joy to hear. Yes, we've all listened to or watched a lot of these events, bands, movies, etc, but these guys are true experts, who have first-hand, relevant information and can also make it sound interesting and funny. Long may The Word and these podcasts continue - after all, from who else could you divine that Bono smells of cigars? I rest my case!

Word Podcast
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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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