Simon's out and Zoe's in this week as we discuss Alan's chair slide, caller Samantha's 'fat arms', Nick's bootie love and the trouble with caller anonymity. We also ask the large questions: Has Alan ever finished a book? Are we mellowing in tandem with Alan? How does Mid Morning Matters stack up against Classic Partridge? // Join us for the Mid Evening Matters tour: monkeytennispod.com
We respond to more feedback and answer some pressing questions this week: Who's the villain of the Partridgeverse? Does Alan have a secret third child? What's the worst thing you've done at a funeral? We also discuss the recent documentary, talk Fosters vs. Coogan, and carry out more wild speculation about the new show. // Got feedback? email@example.com / Twitter: @thepartridgepod / Facebook.com/thepartridgepod / Instagram: @monkeytennispod
This week we make our first foray into Mid Morning Matters, in front of an intimate live audience at Warner Music HQ; as part of their comedy events series. Sadly Adam didn't make it past Chiswick Roundabout for this recording, so you're left in the capable hands of Tom, Tom and Nick.
We try to answer the big questions - but don't necessarily succeed - including: why was Anthea Turner the most hated woman in Britain? Is Bill Oddie actually okay? Is radio beamed down from space? And, most disturbingly, which muppets are we going to kill? This is great banter. It really is.
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We get legally worried in this absolute groin-wrecker of an episode (and we're not talking about Wally Banter's Junk Box) as we discuss motivational course/panto Forward Solutions, Mid Morning Matters(only the show that Daily Daytime Debate could've been) and he link betwixt Alan, Oasis, and milk. Plus: How to hide redundancies, Sidekick Simon's forced alcoholism, Alan's '2% effect' and our final thoughts on I, Partridge. // Get in touch: email@example.com / Twitter: @thepartridgepod / Facebook.com/thepartridgepod / Instagram: @monkeytennispod
The serious affliction of chocolate addiction dominates the chat this week as we crunch Toblerone numbers, kill a blackbird with a Smartie and Jed eats a Kinder egg. Also covered: Alan's pony trekking, the Sonja breakup, phone poops, Flexigrief, Bouncing Back's astounding facts and ‘chintz and tat emporium’ Bidup.TV // Last chance for live show tix: http://tinyurl.com/MTLive2017 // Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org / Twitter: @thepartridgepod / Facebook.com/thepartridgepod / Instagram: @monkeytennispod
Alan’s freelance years go under the microscope this week as we take on his never-made cop show Swallow, barely-watched game show Skirmish and sadly-made corporate videos. Plus: His almost-manager Pete Gabbitas, forgotten safewords, missing chapters and newfound bigness. You can come and listen ANYTIME you like. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Stacey Morgan, 7. // Last chance for live tickets: postpoppodcasts.com/monkeytennislive // Get in touch: email@example.com, Twitter: @thepartridgepod, Facebook.com/thepartridgepod, Instagram: @monkeytennispod
Coming to you live (not live) from MCM Comic Con in Manchester, Adam, Nick, Tom and Tom (plus Jed) scrutinise Alan's road to redemption in part 1 of our Scissored Isle special, discussing 'Tesco lifer' Pat Bevan, our supermarket/factory pasts and Lynn's grasp of YouTube comments, as well as deciding whether we'd eat a condom full of grapes or not. //
Join us live in London on Nov 22nd (NOT 25th as we say in this episode).
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We’ve bounced back and we’re ready to take a look over the best of your emails, tweets and Facebook messages from the last few months. This sees us tackling some seriously large questions:
What would Alan's wrestling finisher move be?
How much would a ladyboy chaser cost in 2017?
What will the new Alan show in 2018 be like?
Along the way we also clarify our Clives (was it Anderson? Was it James?), reveal how you can now play Cards Against Alanity at your leisure, and launch our new Alan location mapping initiative: A Partridge Over Britain.
Don't forget, we're hitting the stage at the Prince Charles Cinema on 22nd November for our Knowing Me Knowing Yule live show, featuring Simon 'Michael the Geordie' Greenall. Tickets available at http://www.postpoppodcasts.com/monkeytennislive
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Team Monkey Tennis return with a mini episode packed with good news and announcements - including a new live show in Manchester this July, wild speculation about Partridge's forthcoming return to the BBC, and what to expect from us over the rest of the year. London live tix: postpoppodcasts.com/monkeytennislive //
...and on that bombshell, we end the current series with a look at Glen's love life, Alan's successors (diddldee dit-dedee) and of course, THAT fatal shooting. We also make a few visits to the FactCave, dissect Joe Beesley's failed joke and reveal which of the team is also known as 'Anal Chlorides'. As well as that we also.... um... ooh Cheeky Monkey, he's made us forget! //
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In this head slapping, pen-stacking, fact-packing episode, we discuss our favourite car-crash interviews, how to deal with a dead guest, Alan's attempts to fix the Miss Norwich contest, the 'return' of 'Susan', and Partridge's political panel. Plus, we lift the cover on Stabb's Big Book of Babes and there's another chance to catch a round of Partridge Among The Pixels (originally broadcast live on Facebook). //
Crack open a Sprünt and join us as we link Alan (or is it Alec?), hairy backs, Lou Bega, fake signatures, 'Mrs Winkle' and the 1936 Olympics. Plus: we discuss Alan and Glen's crumbling relationship, the fate of Sherlock Holmes the Victorian dog and the disappointment of Alan's Big Pocket. Take a chance on us (take a chance, take-take a ch-chance).
This week we investigate Tony La Mesmer's Daggers of Damazon, Alan's lack of prep, his dog's fear of sex and his doomed 'new regular features'.
Plus: Minnie Driver! Spider hair! Noel Edmonds! Failed urine pouches! Tickets for our live show are on sale now: http://bit.ly/2nzkqQF //
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There's SO much to discuss as we dive into Knowing Me Knowing You: Horse poo logistics. Alan vs Keith. Chalet facts. Doon's dubbing. Glen's mezzanine. Female drummers. Roger Moore's traffic jam. We also (Glen) ponder how it ever got commissioned and have a Rebecca Front love-in along the way. Plus we tackle all of these large questions: How many people watch Alan's show? What links Alan, Buffy and the Olivier awards? What's the show's Finnish name? Who is Gene Michael Jar? //
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Where did Alan get his name? Who 'made' Alan? Why is he obsessed with cleanliness (and groin injuries)? We go back to the start, to look at Alan's early broadcasts, unravelling the mystery of his (un)dead wife, playing a very horsey quiz and announcing our new live show along the way.
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In the second of our two part live special, as the siege takes to the streets, we investigate the disappearance of a much-loved Geordie, discuss the logistics of roadshow van toilets, and finally figure out which of us sounds like Will from the Inbetweeners. Plus, members of the audience play Cards Against Alanity for prizes.
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With help from Sue Cook and our live audience, we talk one star reviews, corporate jargon and pub theft as we review Alan’s new house, turn against Danny Sinclair and are shocked at how far Dave Clifton has fallen. Recorded in front of a live audience on Nov 24th at The Prince Charles Cinema, London.
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In the penultimate episode of the series, we ponder where giant Beefeater bears come from, sing some Bill Withers and discuss British Isles breakfasts. PLUS, we consider how famous Alan is, how convincing 'fake Bono' is, and play a game of Alan's House or Adam's House.
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Stop getting Alan wrong! This week we answer the big questions: Does VHS + juice = ruined? What are the secrets behind Sonja's Bono notebook? Who honked first - Tex & Michael or Jeremy & Mark? Plus, we discuss Lynn's speed-grieving, THAT pay-rise, Nick squares up to Gordon (figuratively) and we play Partridge or Morrissey. Glang! Glangalangalangalangalangalang.
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We're all chubbed up on our cups o'beans this week, as we talk about Sonja's practical jokes, Lynn's stealth trumps and Alan's poor grasp of condiments.
PLUS: we discuss how brave it is to lose a hand, play the Alan food quiz and Nick makes some 'very smart observations'.
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