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Word Podcast

By The Word

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Description

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

Customer Reviews

Great podcast

Entertaining, interesting and quite funny in parts. Any music fan over 30 will enjoy this podcast, the hosts usually discuss the contents of the most recent edition of the Word magazine but the related chat would interest anyone whether they buy the magazine or not. Keep it coming.

1-7 were 5 STAR great, but.....

1-7 were great - the rantings of Ellen & Hepworth a must listen! However, VERY disappointed in Podcast 8. Mark Ellen's ramblings and fawnings over some author of a book about Joe Strummer were really quite boring and not a patch on the mish mash of topics covered on the previous podcasts. Come back Mr Hepworth and return to the shed for number 9! Also, what about including Mr (Altern 8) Harrison as the next special guest???

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!

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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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