A communication breakdown with Jane; Why British kids are so fat; Cheerless pop songs; Stuff learned on a train; The cheap watch; The stupidity of the clean air day and the bike rack; Neighbourhood disputes. Listen to more Mack Nuggets at www.mackmedia.co.uk
The Urban Outlaw talks about his Porsches, his book and how to get into the fashion industry. As well as that, should men fight back against a ban on wolf whistling? No more cheap booze in Scotland and lost cars. Listen to more Mack Nuggets at http://www.mackmedia.co.uk.
Is the world getting worse?; Stuff we can’t live without but never use; The Ikea closet catastrophe; Etiquette on planes; The breast cancer IT debacle; A school trip to New York; Militant cyclists; Frustration in the supermarket; Sharks prefer jazz, Steve’s dog likes blues; The deputy governor of the Bank of England says Britain has a ‘menopausal economy’; Jim from Philadelphia checks in to talk about good songs with bad lyrics. Listen to more Mack Nuggets at http://www.mackmedia.co.uk
A chat in a London pub with Magnus Walker, the British fashion designer and car collector. He moved to the United States in 1986 aged 19 and established the Serious Clothing Brand in Los Angeles. – As well as that, reaction to the latest Royal baby; Why the demise of newspapers is a wonderful thing; Marxists running British schools are closet capitalists; Running away stories; Why there’s no problem with kids being glued to their phones while surrounded by natural beauty; A nuisance phone call; Noisy neighbours; The great indoors and the scandal at the London Marathon. Listen to more Mack Nuggets at www.mackmedia.co.uk
Nuisance calls from ambulance chasing lawyers; Embarrassment avoided in the supermarket; A great business idea that could make you a millions; Getting things stuck; What you can learn from Westerns about the gender pay gap; Indoor tobogganing; Why digital broadcast radio is dead; When Mick got locked in a darkroom; A chat with Jim McCabe from Philadelphia about the small steps you can take that could change your life; Why you should pee on tomatoes; Miscommunication; When chili eating goes wrong; Gender bending.
Engelbert talks about coping with his wife’s Alzheimer’s, his new album, singing with his granddaughter, how he got started in show business, his friendship with Elvis and Dean Martin and why he doesn’t talk to Tom Jones anymore. As well as that, a preview of my chat with Kim Wilde and a look at what’s happening in Britain including: sacrificial salad, a rude French waiter, the sinister truth about the Commonwealth Games, why Prince Charles is a hypo-twit, a final episode for my Dr Who pinball machine, and a question about Stormy Daniels.
Guitar legend Andy Summers talks about his HARMONICS OF THE NIGHT tour, his current album, Triboluminescence, photography, writing, why he doesn’t sing on albums anymore, his relationship with the British press and what Bournemouth and Santa Monica have in common. As well as that a look at what’s happening in Britain including; How the Prime Minister should deal with Vladimir Putin; Housemates from hell; How to keep clutter off the radio; The death of Ken Dodd; Why the play Bryan Cranston is doing in London is the talk of the town; Why the England soccer team may not be going to the World Cup; Windfall stories; A brush with fame and a left behind story. Listen to more Mack Nuggets at http://www.mackmedia.co.uk
British satirist Tony Hendra lives in New York and talks about alcohol, his amazing life and work, which touches Monty Python, Saturday Night Live, George Carlin and beyond. He explains how he discovered John Belushi and Chevy Chase and what it was like being recognised by a hippy taxi driver after his appearance in This Is Spinal Tap. As well as that, a look at what’s been happening in Britain, including wild weather, the thing holding back electric vehicles, tattoos, why the British Prime Minister and the Queen are a disgrace to women and a hero policeman talks about rescuing a dog from a frozen lake. Listen to more Mack Nuggets at http://www.mackmedia.co.uk
In this one; a first car quirk inspired by Lord Alan Sugar, the reason the world is out of whack right now, the leader gets thrown out of the political party of self-harm, an Out of Africa experience, the British pub that sells groceries, how India has ripped off the world for the benefit of the United Arab Emirates, businesses that allow employees to smoke right outside the public entrance, why Britain’s university students should stand up their militant lecturers, Daren goes to the hospital, Donald Trump upsets Simon, Ben gets some marital advice, Jane’s diet and Christians who don’t save atheists.
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Tony Hendra the English writer and actor talks about how he went from wanting to be a monk to becoming a satirist, working with Graham Chapman from Monty Python, moving to America in the 60s, opening for Lenny Bruce, appearing on the Ed Sullivan show and Sean Lennon’s reaction to Tony’s John Lennon parody. As well as that, Jane checks in from North Yorkshire to talk about cars; The school principal that has banned kids from having boyfriends and girlfriends; Cheap weddings; Fake news from the Pope; The solution to Britain’s housing crisis; An amazing coincidence; Life imitates art in Pisa; Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri is rubbish; Boris Johnson and Donald Trump have a lot in common; Mexican food; A Scottish breakup story; Siri doesn’t work; Generation useless; I Didn’t Start The Fire. – Listen to more Mack Nuggets at http://www.mackmedia.co.uk