Hello, this is Bill Everatt, with news about the May 18th update of the Underground Edition, this show is broadcast live at
OK, in this weeks Programme We have another chance to hear the words and music of singer songwriter Peter Paul Parker.
Also, Andrew John reports about the Much Fondling on the Grope, Olympic Torch. This is being carried through Little Bibbling Under Flossock, to the mass protests by an old lady, her dog, Chipolata, and a corpse that does a Nazi salute. The protests have come about because of Much Fondling’s dodgy human-rights record.
In Urban Legends Robbie Peterson reads Part Two of the Priestess and the Titanic.
Also who said this? The problem with people who have no vices is that generally you can be pretty sure theyre going to have some pretty annoying virtues.
Plus this week, weve got more new music with information on the artists from amongst others Ryan Helman, Inspirition, The Indigo Road, Cameron Smith, Robert O’Connor, Anatasha and Neon.