HELLO here is a PODCAST about BIRTHDAYS because STUART’S was last week, and ROBYN’S is on Wednesday. ALSO PLEASE COME TO OUR LIVE SHOW IN SEPTEMBER. ALSO ALSO please leave us a review on iTunes. ALSO ALSO ALSO please get in touch on Twitter to ask our advice about whatever the fuck you have going on in your lives. ALSO ALSO ALSO ALSO sorry about all the stuff about perineum rat-kings and peeling toe-skin. BYE!
This week we’re joined by Pete Heritage, Stu’s younger brother, who Stu has described before thus:
It’s hard to overstate how much Pete enjoys exercise, too. Approximately a third of his kitchen space is taken up with colossal tubs of intimidating muscle supplements called things like Donkeykick and Thunderpunch. His favourite story is the one where he went to a meeting and his bicep accidentally ripped through his shirt in front of his boss. He’s one of my favourite people in the entire world, but he does have the teensiest air of steroid-inflicted murder-suicide about him.
In this episode, Pete lists every type of shorts he owns, tries to pronounce “tepid topics section”, and makes some very interesting points about the podcast in general. So don’t delay, listen today! And, obviously, come and see this podcast LIVE in September. Tickets are £9.50, you blinkin’ tightwads. #toughguy
And finally, you can now preorder the book Stu’s writing about Pete, below. It’s out in May 2017!
HIYAAAA! This week’s “animated discussion” is about GHOSTBUSTERS, that famous divisive franchise. This episode also features a lovely and very well-sung song from Robyn, some vivid descriptions of Stuart’s phlegm situation, and a FILIAL CHALLENGE for the next podcast. Also, come and see us LIVE in London this September, and please subscribe and review the podcast on iTunes! #stupetescissorbrothers #talkshorts #fuckingstupidhairyleggedprick
After the sad mangled rubbish that was our democracy episode, we’re tackling something we genuinely feel strongly about. One of us WAS a folk musician, and the other just really hates hippies. CAN YOU GUESS WHICH IS WHICH?
Judging this week’s debate is bonafide folk person, the lovely Kirsty Merryn, whose debut album is on the way, and whose delightful self-penned folk song below, The Birds are Drunk, definitely isn’t about murder.
(It is, though)
ALSO, don’t forget to come and see us live at the London Podcast Festival on Friday 23 September. Tickets are VERY REASONABLY PRICED and available here. You may be interested to know that there will be a bar.
Following the 2016 EU referendum in the UK, two pundits lay out the facts and debate the pros and cons of the people’s power to vote in this timely and fascinating podcast. Oh wait, that’s a different podcast. This week, two idiots rant incoherently about something they don’t understand, at a world that doesn’t care. Enjoy!
Also, don’t forget to book tickets to see us at the London Podcast Festival in September!