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acast Publication Date: September 22, 2021
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Please Welcome a Man
Whose dizziness has abated.
I was talking to Tony, Mark, and David, Anna, and Su-Yin from off of The Lost Islands. I’m very keen to try and re-popularize this. It’s my Peter Kay moment.
Guest Best Known
For his appearance on Match of the Day 2.
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David Frew present remembers The Lost Island
Would you rather have to live the rest of your life with Emu from Rod Hull and Emu grafted onto your arm, and you have to keep him moving and reacting at all times, even when you’re on your own, or have to have a full bath every day and once it’s over have to drink all the bath water before you’re allowed to do anything else?
That’s a good one, Richard. The bath’s got bathwater in it. I’m going to have to take the friggin’ emu, aren’t I? What a life. Oh well.
Would you rather have the ability to produce honey from your stomach or be able to make a pearl in your gallbladder/kidney every ten years? You would have a special honey stomach and sick the honey up through your mouth, producing ten kilograms of honey per year, which you could eat or sell to unsuspecting members of the public. Each pearl would be $8000 American dollars, but you would have to pass it with your urine via your urethra to get it out.
Well, I think that’s easy. I’m a honey man. I don’t see the downside of that. *RH notes that BM would ultimately make more money from producing the honey.* Eventually, yeah. There’d be honey outlets all over. So it comes out of your mouth? Talking of honey, my family suffers from hay fever and I heard on the radio that if you have the local honey it stops the hay fever. It turns out it’s quite true. It does actually work, yeah.
This is BM’s second appearance.
RH recounts a story about finding a plaque by the cricket pitch near his home, which noted that an oak tree had been planted on the site to commemorate the birth of Prince George of Cambridge; there was no oak tree.
RH welcomes the audience live-streaming the episode.
RH states that BM is “possibly his favourite-ever guest”.
RH reveals that at age five or six he wished to be called a clown.
BM notes that his clown name would have been Cracker Barrel.
BM tells jokes from a joke book called Old Jokes.