Planet Beet

Premiere DateMar 20, 2013
Categories Media Music
00:00    Introduction
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00:28    Theme Tune
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01:13    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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03:05    Pretty Colours Chalk And Numbers
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06:35    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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09:23    Sister Pow Wow!
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12:02    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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14:23    Guilt Mexico
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16:56    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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19:52    Shake It Out Tilly & The Wall
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23:54    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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26:52    Throw The Windows Open These Ghosts
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30:31    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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32:52    Names And Numbers The Feromones
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35:16    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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37:52    Cold Metal Frame Iain Lowery
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40:04    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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43:52    The Devil Came To Me Pow Wow!
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46:49    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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50:12    A Perfect Fit Tilly & The Wall
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53:27    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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57:17    BLUESKYTHINKING Mark Bigley
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60:38    Outro
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60:41    Finish
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Planet Beet with Mr Jason & Iain – Wednesday 20th March 2013

This week, Iain and Jason give their professional showbiz opinions on things, and Iain has the same thing done back at him. Can he cope with that kind of shredding critisism? Well, no, of course he can’t! Also, we unveil a brand new pre-themetune-themetune, courtesy of the mysterous “Dr Awkward”. We are incredibly excited, as it’s amazing!
Whadaya say? Let’s Radio!

Chalk And Numbers

These Ghosts

Websites
Old School Studios – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
Packed Full Of Jam – http://www.packedfullofjam.com

Recorded at Old School Studios, Studio C, onto analogue computer.

Planet Beet is (self) sponsored by “Biscuish”, the new jam-filled biscuit-style treat, from the new Packed Full Of Jam range of snack items. Goto our website for further details. http://www.packedfullofjam.com

Host Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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