The Wiggly Wigglers Podcast


Megan Lynch wants more from the sofa team and more is what she is getting this week. In his quest to present a storm kettle audio demonstration to the Wiggly listener, Richard makes a gruesome discovery in the farm fireplace. Farmer Phil has been spied upon from above and may be hiding something bronze about his farm – updates to follow. Richard advises Heather to stick to the piano and we get to find out what he and Terry are up to in Preston-on-Wye Village Hall.

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Below is a taster of what’s on this week’s show:

Time: 00:00:02 Welcome from the team (and Jam) with a really mixed bag this week.

Time: 00:01:48 Megan Lynch has a complaint and wants more of the Wiggly team

from the sofa.

Time: 00:04:54 Richard is brewing up an indoor storm with his exciting kettle.

Time: 00:10:46 Phil chats to Tim Hoverd of Hfdshire Archeology about a possible Bronze Age feature on the farm.

Time: 00:18:39 What will knicker catching Richard & Terry be up to on 10 October 2008?

Time: 00:21:00 Richard on how, where and why to plant the native Rowan tree.

Time: 00:22:17 Rich takes a trip down memory lane after watching the BBC's series "Lost Land of the Jaguar"

Time: 00:26:13 Time for a really useful Wiggly product review.

Time: 00:27:12 And now for a serious apology from an enthusiastic 5' 1/2" high person on freedom food.

Time: 00:31:16 Over to Monty for a weekly fact on Wigglyness.

Time: 00:31:50 Does anyone know of a good system, store person or a large swear box?

Time: 00:33:35 There's a petrified owl in your fireplace. (Petrified, he must have been b*!%$y livid!)

The Wiggly Wigglers podcast team is Heather Gorringe, Phil Gorringe (aka

Farmer Phil) and Richard Fishbourne (aka Ricardo).


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