Progress With Unity recording in session.
~ PWU Episode 60 JWAW Agenda. ~
In the first paragraph I will introduce this particular episode of the podcast, probably with some ‘witty’ or cynical comment because I ran out of relevant humorous quips and topics for discussion precisely five years ago.
In this paragraph I shall uncomfortably stutter my way through a joke tenuously linked to something someone might have said in the recording. And then realise it was cut out, forcing me to delete both the first and second paragraphs and further increase the cynicism level to near-Charlie Brooker proportions.
In the third paragraph I will loosen up at the prospect of the intro segment being almost over, causing a possibly smirk-inducing comment to poke its way through. Due to the fact it’s situated right in the middle, however, most people will skip over it without noticing the sheer irrelevance, lkie thsoe sentences wthi lteters in the worng palces. See, you understood that somehow!
Surgeon General’s Warning: the preceding information is for the eyes of the author only. If you are not said person and inadvertently read any of it, employ the Men In Black to come round your house and wipe your short term memory. You will regret not doing so.
Contents: Blackpool review including the return of Statman (1:40); Rubin Kazan preview and Jackanory with Stutterin’ Dan (16:20); Charlton preview (16:00); Gareth = The New Paul? (34:00)
Progress With Unity is currently the only Wigan Athletic fan podcast on the web. If you wish to get involved or have any topics you’d like to be discussed, please get in touch with Barry at email@example.com, marking your email PWU Podcast.
Visit the provided PWU iTunes, RSS and app pages to satiate your social networking needs. Right, that’s enough reading from a pre-determined script for the time being. Now for some of the forced spontaneity that’s pushed this site’s readership into single figures (from zero)! Lady and gentleman, please put your hands together for the comedy stylings of… Jesus W.A. Wiganer! Yeeeah!
*Crickets chirp, clock ticking escalates to jackhammer decibel levels*
Oh dear, once again nobody has turned up to my gig so I might as well go home to watch Coronation Street. Linda’s getting married or something… I dunno, I’ve never seen it before. As for that voice over work, see my agent Charlie Brooker.
Photo: Collectie SPAARNESTAD PHOTO/Wiel van der Randen, via Nationaal Archief.