Progress With Unity Latics Podcast No. 28: Fun, games and horseplay

Open top bus

It is ready, in a garage somewhere in Westhoughton...

A special prize of ten Tesco beef* burgers goes to Mr Barry Worthington, who managed to edit this week’s PWU Podcast down to a mere(!) 47 minutes. The original recording session was blighted by prank phone calls, low-flying helicopters and libellous allegations, taking it well over the hour mark. But thanks to Barry’s technical wizardry, you would never have noticed unless I told you.

Aside from the usual news and reviews, this edition offers: updates on the planned open top bus parade, sacking the research team, words of praise for Mark Clattenberg, a Lee Cattermole tribute and the Latics v Sunderland time capsule. There’s also a surprise in store at the very end, so make sure you listen all the way through and don’t just skip to 46 minutes! Pleease? :)

This week’s bonus feature: Spot the surreptitious reference to Michael Jackson’s unusual handwear in the opening minutes to win two paperclips and a chewed pen lid! Claim your prize at: Jesus Was a Wiganer Prize Department, Port-aux-Français, Kerguelen- (remainder of address obscured by coffee stains)

Episode contents: Fulham review (0:00); Bournemouth review (12:00); Sunderland preview (24:00)

Progress With Unity is currently the only Wigan Athletic fan podcast on the internet. If you would like to get involved or have any topics that you’d like to be discussed please get in touch with Barry at wigan@vitalfootball.co.uk, marking your email PWU Podcast.

You have no idea how hard it has been to avoid making obvious horse puns in this post, but I shall rise above such things for as long as I possibly can. Instead, I shall remind you that Progress With Unity Twitter, iTunes and RSS pages are still available should you require their services. Thanks for listening!

Open top bus picture courtesy Weydonian (CC3.0)

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