Joel Stickley & Luke Wright Practice Being Spontaneous #1

Joel Stickley and I are doing a weekly podcast called: Luke Wright & Joel Stickley Practice Being Spontaneous. Catchy title, huh?

This week we discuss scrobbling, Jade Goody, Parkinson, Essex, Unsolved Mysteries with Robert Stack, Charlton Heston, the BBC News “Most Read” section, dead air and self-loathing.

Hopefully we’ll get a bit slicker as time goes on. Hopefully.

Listen here. Or subscribe to the rss feed. We’ll be up on iTunes soon, I’ll post the link here.

[podcast]http://practicebeingspontaneous.podomatic.com/enclosure/2009-04-12T02_53_38-07_00.mp3[/podcast]

4 Comments

  • Gordypops April 12, 2009 at 11:52 am

    Well that certainly sounded spontaneous! Very funny, and lovely to hear your lovely voices x

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  • Leonie April 12, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    Still laughing at Jazzy Heston, and That Hugh Edwards impression

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  • Gommy April 12, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    I’ll forgive you the fact you say scrobbling wrong, as ‘people in love’ is #4 total tracks.

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  • Old Stick April 14, 2009 at 8:38 am

    Ha ha… good stuff. More!

    Robert Stack was one of my boyhood heroes, starring, as he did, as Eliot Ness in the endless US TV series The Untouchables. He had a square-jawed appeal due mainly to his square jaw. At the age of twelve I remember wondering whether that would make his head stackable with (presumably) his brothers and other family members. Robert Stack, aka Mr Tessilation.

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