Planet Beet with Mr Jason & Iain – Wednesday 24th April 2013
This week, Iain and Jason impersonate each other for the whole of the show, after being asked to do so by Dan Harvey from Olympians (they’re a band). We’re always listening to our fans, and aim to please. Oh, and we’re still featuring Neil’s Children’s “Dimly Lit” as our Album Of The Month, and Dinosaur (Jr)’s debut LP from 1985. Listen out for an awesome improvised “song” from Iain and Jason towards the end of the show. Words simply can’t do it justice..
Hey, Whaddaya Say? Let’s Radio!
The R P Murphys
Recorded at Old School Studios, Studio C, onto analogue computer.
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