Progress With Unity Wigan Athletic Podcast No. 33: Taking the Biscuit

Choco Leibniz

Without PWU regular Paul to chip in with the odd vaguely relevant sardonic comment, surviving team members are left to plumb the very depths of podcastdom with terrible jokes about Ozzy Osbourne and chocolate biscuits. Oh well, at least it’s better than Kevin Friend postman puns, or even farts in lifts. (I swear I will stop talking about that sometime before the year is out.)

For a Reading perspective on this weekend’s relegation six- er, three pointer, we welcome Royals fan Josh to the studio via that magnificent communication medium that is the internet. Take that telly phone, your inferior quality pales in comparison!

On the red-but-slightly-faded couch this week: Barry, Dan, Gareth, Rob, Greg and special guest Josh.

Contents: Huddersfield review (0:00); Pie News (2:30); Reading preview – interview with Royals fan Josh (17:20); Biscuit Chat (30:20); the survival race: still in our own hands? (32:50)

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

PWU followers will (may?) be pleased to know of a brand new website housing back issues of the podcast. Or at least, it will when this blogger decides to get off his considerable posterior and add them. ;) As usual, you can also tweet us at @PWUPodcast or @JesusIsAWiganer and utilise the iTunes and RSS pages as you see fit.

I now have a strange compulsion to visit my supermarket’s biscuit aisle, so cheers for listening!

Image courtesy C Ray Dancer @ Flickr (CC2.0)

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