Helloings! Due to all of the family commitments and retail hell that comes with the season we have had to resort to hitting the vaults for this week's Fast Return Switch.
We dug out a previously unreleased classic that was recorded all the way back in August before being abandoned for more topical episode coverage. I've explained this just so you know that, when we refer to last week we actually mean last August and when we talk about next week we talk about other abandoned plans!
Confused? Me too. I don't think I'm cut out for time travel at all!
Sunday, 25 December 2011
Merry Crimbles! I have spent a good part of the Christmas morning editing this delight for you! Seasons' enjoyings! (yes I have started drinking already)
Friday, 23 December 2011
Sorry to any Fast Return Switch listeners who were expecting a podcast yesterday. We were really hoping to get a podcast out for you at the usual time but family and seasonal commitments got in the way. We fully intend to stick with our ongoing commitment to not miss a week and have one out for you guys soon. Just not today! Stay tuned folks!
Thursday, 15 December 2011
Merry Regeneration! Last week it was the Eleventh's first Crimbo and now we tackle the Tenth's! We had a good laugh doing this one but unfortunately there are a few audio glitches towards the end. No wonder David T spent most of the episode in bed. I can't blame him, sleeping through Christmas is a tradition in my family. Enjoy the festivities!
Thursday, 8 December 2011
Merry December, listeners! We're gonna be all festive for a bit here on FRS. Kicking off the merriment we cover Matt Smith's inaugural Christmas episode. We have Messrs Munro, Weston and Woodford chatting dumb over this one with a 'special' guest appearance from Dan Morrison. This episode is made extra EXTRA special by the absence of Mr Fanton. I kid, I kid. He's good people. Merry Cringles!
Friday, 2 December 2011
Wurzel puts his Spear-head on once again as we unleash part two of the Pertwee classic. I wasn't sure why I couldn't remember the end of this story that clearly. Turns out I fell asleep! Rum was a bad choice. You need not fear though as Masters Fanton, Munro and Weston do a fine job of keeping things entertaining in my unfortunate and slightly embarrassing absence. When will I learn? Probably never.