EPISODE 81 – little green balls

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mixed feelings about the commencement of a new year of podcasting

mixed feelings about the commencement of a new year of podcasting


Hello listeners!

Just two calendar years ago, Answer Me This! was as trembly and new as a soft-poached egg. Yet here we are, on our second birthday, sage and wrinkly octogenarians, for today we unleash Episode 81:


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Therein:
Prince of Egypt
Calamity Jane
thermal underwear
the Kansas cowboys
Mel Brooks
Nick Robinson
Anne Robinson (no relation)
incontinence vs. electric blankets
Seneca
Clive Anderson
‘Shine’ by Take That
Little Women
sandpaper
Henry James
and
peas.

Plus, Olly’s moods swing from ‘cheerful’ to ‘jolly’; Helen reveals another completely spurious bugbear; and Martin the Sound Man is forced to reexamine the contents of Mickey Mouse’s pants.

We thank you in advance for all the wonderful birthday presents you have no doubt sent us; and also for the QUESTIONS you should dispatch to answermethispodcast@googlemail.com, Skype ID answermethis or our Question Line 0208 123 5877.

See you next week!

Helen and Olly

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4 Responses to “EPISODE 81 – little green balls”

  1. Steph Says:

    When I see a smiling Olly I can’t help but smile myself. It’s contagious.

  2. Ed Says:

    Helen and Olly,

    I was listening to episode 81 of the podcast wandering around the local Japanese supermarket having JUST BOUGHT a new set of long johns and thermal socks. So imagine my surprise when you played the drunk message I left just before Christmas – and that your advice matched perfectly with my own solution.

    At the time I was also weighing up whether or not it was a good idea to open some more red wine tonight, so I will take this as an omen. Cheers!

    Ed (aka Cuthbert)

  3. Paul Says:

    Helen, I am completely with you on dusty, westerny-type things and sandpaper. I don’t know what it is but the whole thing bothers me. I thought it was just me!

  4. Murray from Adelaide Says:

    Helen and Olly,

    I was interested to hear Helen answering a question about the phrase “Under the weather”, because I thought that she had answered it in an earlier episode (no luck searching the question archive though). The answer I had heard previously (from another podcast perhaps?) suggested that this was to do with going below decks on a ship when there was bad weather (thus being “under” the weather).

    Surely there is noone else out there in the Podoverse that I could confuse with you?

    Murray

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