December 21, 2012 @
A Christmas Carol
Merry Christmas everyone and welcome to our festive podcast of fun. Meds and Kell discuss their favorite adaptation of the Dickens classic A Christmas Carol. Contributions from Steve Merry and Stefan Sawynok give a nice different scope and of course we play a couple of songs and a little clip half way through.
Remember we have a Facebook group if you would like to join just type in Waffle On Podcast in the search bar and we'll happily add you. We have some great discussions and of course you get to know whats coming soon on the podcast. Any comments or suggestions please send them to email@example.com
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL
MEDS AND KELL.
Filed under Uncategorized, British, broadcast, Satire, Christmas, Ghosts, homage, horror, Classic Films
November 27, 2012 @
Waffle On about The Sopranos
Hello and welcome to this edition of Waffle On Podcast in which Meds and Kell chat about the big Podcasters meet up In Birmingham, the latest memorabilia show at the NEC and of course their main subject, The Sopranos.
This is one of Kells favorite shows and so Meds lets him go on a roll and throw in lots of trivia about the real world of the Mafia and its comparison to this brilliant American tv show.
Come and join us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/waffleon/ download us on itunes, podbean or stream us on Stitcher Radio. Reviews would be appreciated on itunes please.
Meds and Kell
Filed under Uncategorized, ITV, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, Interrorgation, crime, detective, homage, american
September 15, 2012 @
Waffle On about Bad News and Spinal Tap
Two rock bands, both from the UK (kind of) and both with very metal attitudes. Yes its Bad News from TV's the comic strip and Americas cult classic film This is Spinal Tap coming together in one big old podcast. Both Meds and Kell are big fans of the Comic Strip and also the writing talents of the creators of Spinal Tap and they decided to not just waffle on about one of the films but both of them. The show is packed with musical numbers from both bands and of course your usual waffle on banter.
Just a note a few of the numbers do contain a bit of language and the odd innuendo (and why not we say)
Remember we have a Facebook page which can be found at https://www.facebook.com/groups/waffleon/ and of course apart from listening at the podbean site you can find us at Stitcher radio http://www.stitcher.com/ or subscribe at iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/waffle-on-podcast/id298729068
Filed under Uncategorized, comedy, British, BBC, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, homage, musical, Classic Films, american
July 21, 2012 @
Waffle On About Bad Taste
On this episode Meds & Kell talk in a excited manner about Peter Jacksons first commercial film Bad Taste. Made over four years mainly during the weekends this is a fantastic example of Peter Jacksons love for film and getting the job done. Yes its quirky, cheap and seriosuly over the top but the Waffle On Lads love it.
At the end of the show there is a Batman Rises review which does contain some spoilers so stop the podcast after the Bad Taste credits theme after the promos.
Filed under comedy, broadcast, Satire, sci fi, homage, Aliens, Australian, horror, chef, New Zealand, Peter Jackson
June 18, 2012 @
Waffle On about Men Behaving Badly
On this episode Meds and Kell talk about the 90's British comedy Men Behaving Badly. Written by Simon Nye and starring Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey the series lasted for six series and a total of 42 episodes and was one of the first in a long line of 90's lad culture to hit the media over here in the UK.
Listen here on podbean, over at Stitcher Radio (remember that doesn't take up any memory on your device) or download from iTunes with all just type in Waffle On Podcast. Feedback, comments etc to firstname.lastname@example.org and please leave us feedback at iTunes.
We have a Facebook page, come on over and join in the debates, just type in our name and we'll welcome you aboard.
Meds and Kell
Filed under comedy, British, BBC, ITV, broadcast, Satire, homage, classic tv
March 18, 2012 @
Waffle On About James Bond.
A year or so ago Meds and regular guest host Peter Coleman did a show for the wonderful Treks in Sci Fi Podcast. Well we decided to re-edit it and put it up in our own feed for you to have a listen.
Meds and Peter talk in depth about every Bond film, offering facts and the odd sample along the way.
Please do leave us reviews on iTunes and if you have a Facebook account come along and join our group page, just type in waffle on podcast in the search bar and you will find us.
Filed under Uncategorized, politics, British, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, Interrorgation, crime, detective, homage, Gangster, Australian, Sean Connery, james bond, spy, roger moore
February 5, 2012 @
Mini Waffle On about Sherlock
The latest series of Sherlock has recently finished and we thought we would give our thoughts on this brilliant programme. We don't reveal the ending of series two but there are spoilers in this if you have not seen any of the programmes.
Any feedback please leave at email@example.com or here on the website. Remember we have a Facebook group page which you can join and please do leave us feedback on iTunes.
Cheers Meds and Kell.
Filed under politics, British, BBC, broadcast, Satire, crime, detective, sherlock holmes, homage, horror
January 23, 2012 @
Waffle On Presents. Childrens TV of the 1980's Part 1.
Welcome to 2012 and a brand new episode of Waffle On. As you can see it is now Waffle On Presents as it opens us to more media related subjects to talk about. Soon we will be covering modern TV and Film along side our classic episodes, comics, books and any news that we can have a good old rant about.
So on this episode we talk about children's TV of the 1980's. Its such a big subject we decided to do it in parts so welcome to part 1 in which we cover Knightmare, Trapdoor, Danger Mouse and many many more. As usual we play the theme tunes and chat about our memories and give out some facts. Emails please send to firstname.lastname@example.org and remember we have a facebook group so just search for us by typing in Waffle On Podcast. If you download our show via iTunes please do leave us a review (hopefully a nice one)
Filed under Uncategorized, comedy, British, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, Gerry Anderson, crime, Ghosts, sci fi, homage, children, classic tv
December 18, 2011 @
Waffle On about Monty Pythons The Meaning of Life
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
Hello and welcome to our Christmas episode all about Monty Pythons The Meaning of Life, the last film to be done by the brilliant Python gang. Meds and Kell waffle on as usual about this classic comedy and play musical clips from the film.
Thanks to Patrick Stratford from The Last of the Summer Wine Podcast for his mp3 comment and to Kasey and Sue from the Anomaly Supplemental Podcast for their impression of Meds and selling of Christmas socks.
Remember we have a facebook page which you can find at https://www.facebook.com/groups/waffleon/ and please do come along and join up.
So MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR to you all and we look forward to bringing you more shows in 2012.
Meds and Kell
Filed under politics, comedy, British, BBC, broadcast, Satire, Monty Pythons Flying Circus, Christmas, homage, musical
October 31, 2011 @
Waffle On about Shaun of the Dead A Bonus Show with The Anomaly Podcast
Hello and welcome to this very special bonus Halloween episode of Waffle On Podcast in which Meds joins forces with our 'Sister Show' The brilliant Anomaly Podcast.
Jen and Angela fight of the zombies and help Meds waffle on about this brilliant British film which stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Also as a special treat there is a comedy sketch at the beginning to get the ball rolling. One word of warning for those who listen with kids this is a podcast about zombies and eating brains, and in this version there are clips that do contain a lot of swearing so please BE WARNED. (The Waffle On version is slightly different to The Anomaly one so please download both podcasts and if you dont want one with cuss words in please listen to The Anomaly episode)
Huge thanks to Jen who did all the hard work in recording this podcast and putting all the levels together and for producing the sketch at the start. YOU ROCK.
Angela and Jen of Anomaly Podcast
Remember both Waffle On and Anomaly have Facebook pages so please head over there and join the groups.
Filed under politics, comedy, British, ITV, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, Ghosts, sci fi, simon pegg, homage, Aliens, horror
October 17, 2011 @
Waffle On about Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmonson
Welcome to this edition of Waffle On Podcast with Meds and Kell. This time recorded over Skype (so apologies for any usual Skype sound issues) the lads waffle on about this classic British comedy duo. Rik and Ade have been on British TV screens since the early 1980's so its seems only right they have their own podcast devoted to them. The podcast has theme music from their various shows plus two songs from Rik and Adrians band Bad News, one is played during the podcast the other right at the end after the promos.
If you have any comments or future episode suggestions then please email us at email@example.com
We have a Facebook group so if you fancy joining that head to https://www.facebook.com/groups/waffleon/
You can also follow us on twitter @waffleonpodcast or follow Meds @Hawkeyemeds
Cheers and thanks for listening.
Filed under Uncategorized, comedy, British, BBC, broadcast, Satire, classic tv
November 16, 2010 @
Waffle On About Blackadder 2
Hello and welcome to this months edition of Waffle On. On this show we talk about the brilliant 1986 comedy Blackadder 2 set during the reign of Queen Elizabeth the first. Written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton it starred Rowan Atkinson in the title role and was splendidly supported by Stephen Fry, Miranda Richardson, Tim McInnerny, Tony Robinson and Patsy Byrne. The show had guest stars such as Rik Mayall and the wonderful Hugh laurie.
On this episode we are pleased to have back Peter Coleman who last guested on the Political Satire Show, its always a pleasure to Waffle On with Pete and we look forward to having him on the show again very soon.
We as usual play some promos after the initial show but please do listen to them because we have a couple of surprises at the end. Oh and while i think about it I add a small recording from me about itunes. It looks like we only had 20 shows available to download, we have done 32, this has now been sorted and you can download every episode on itunes so please go back and have a look at what you could have missed.
Next month, which is the Christmas show we will be talking about the film brilliant film, Planes, Trains and Automobiles so if you fancy being on the show ( via mp3's and email format) please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us comments on the Face-Book page.
Filed under comedy, British, BBC, broadcast, Satire
April 25, 2010 @
Waffle On about Spaced
On this episode of Waffle On al about the brilliant channel 4 comedy Spaced. Written by Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson the show first aired in 1999 and lasted for only two series. Directed brilliantly by Edgar Wright the series also featured actors such as Nick Frost, Mark Heap, Julia Deakin, Peter Serafinowicz, John Simm and Katy Carmichael. Full of pop culture, film, television and game homages this series is for all true geeks and people with a taste for great comedy.
We also have a small treat for you great listeners, in the form of a easter egg after the promos so stay tuned.
Filed under comedy, British, BBC, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, sci fi, simon pegg, homage
June 10, 2009 @
Waffle On about Political Satire on TV.
Welcome to another edition of Waffle ON. On this episode Meds and Kell are joined by Pete Coleman and they discuss programmes with a political satire link. We discuss That Was The Week That Was, Frost, Report, Python, Yes Minister, The Day Today, Brass Eye, The thick of It and a few more.
Politics never had it so good.
Filed under politics, comedy, British, BBC, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, Interrorgation, crime
March 30, 2009 @
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Porridge notched up 18 episodes, two Christmas specials and a film and never have a bad patch. Starting with the pilot 'Prisoner and Escort' in April 1973 Porridge boosted character actor Ronnie Barker out of the role of sketch comedian and into the world as a serious comedy actor. Joined by the talents of Richard Beckinsale, Fulton Mackay and Brian Wilde Porridge entertained the British public for four years.
Set in the fictional Slade prison in Cumberland Norman Stanley Fletcher is sentenced to five years. He is joined by first time criminal Leonard Godber and the two are paired off together in a cell much to Fletchers annoyance. Slowly the two become good friends and Godber learns that little victories are what can keep a man sane in prison. Keeping an eye on the inmates is ex drill sergeant Mr Mackay who rules the block with a rod of iron. Second to Mackay is the ever pondering Mr Barrowclough who Fletcher easily wraps round his finger.
Join Meds and Kell for an hour long chat all about this classic 70's comedy, and listen at the end of the podcast for some promos of other podcasts that you may find interesting.
Filed under Uncategorized, comedy, British, BBC, broadcast, Patrick McGoohan, State of British Television, Satire