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Monster Bug Wars, Romance. Ann Charles, Annette Andre, Christmas Fairs and Photographic Art

Rock Art Photographer Nick Elliott, Anna Lewis, Keera Allsebrook, William Coles, Elouise Sheehan, Tessa Snart, Beverley Spencer, Ann Charles, Annette Andre, Emma Street, Zoe Jameson, Phil Leirness, Robin Pierce and Alex Lewczuk travel to Hounslow, Edinburgh, Arizona, Gloucestershire, Los Angeles and Wales in the latest packed edition of TMD.

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Lincoln Drill Hall, Performance Poetry , Carson Vaughan and Podcast #4000

The four thousandth Midweek Drive podcast has a spooky feel with Phil Hamlyn-Williams, Tessa Snart, Keera Allsebrook, Fergus Jeffs, William Coles, Alex Lewczuk, Carson Vaughan, Zoe Jameson, Linda Blair, Phil Leirness and Robin Pierce coping with unexpected noises and events throughout.

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The one with the Ukrainian Cowboy and Jeffrey A Carver

Elouise Sheehan and Alex Lewczuk host a pre-Halloween midweek drive with William Coles in Edinburgh, Arthur Weingarten in San Diego, Jeffrey A Carver in Boston, Zoe Jameson, Tessa Snart, Richard Edwards, Phil Leirness and Robin Pierce.

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Inspired On Air October 2018

Featuring a Pantomine location report from Rory McGowan at the New Theatre Royal Lincoln, some teasing hints from Arts Festival Coordinator Sara Bullimore and some extraordinary canine friendly features with Jo Hemming and Annabel Karmel MBE

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SPOILER Podcast: Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

Written by on 6th September 2019

“It goes on forever, six bloody minutes!”

This week we’re watching Bryan Singer and Dexter Fletcher’s Queen biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. Not every member of the Spoiler team is a Queen fan and not everyone is a fan of this film either. While Rachael knows she’s being manipulated by the film but is happy to enjoy the experience, Andy unleashes a tirade against bad writing, overrated acting and cheap tactics. Paul, meanwhile, is on the fence but a wobblier fence that usual, with a dodgy recreation of Live Aid threatening to knock him off his splintered seat. The team finally find themselves in perfect harmony when they bond over some amazing isolated vocal tracks of Freddie Mercury and David Bowie, Rachael discusses the positive effect the film had on her nephew and Andy defends the film against accusations of homophobia. And, of course, we talk about those teeth!

Elsewhere, Paul takes a look back at Live Aid; the highs, the lows and the lasting legacy of the event.

This week’s scale: Aaaaaayyyyyyy-ooooooooohhhh or Oooooooohhh-nooooooooo