I have seen the writing on the wall… (c)Senorelroboto
So you thought you might like to listen to the show? To hear the noise of delusion, PWU’s Facebook-esque… erm, moan? Hmm, I never was much of a lyricist. Also it’s a good job they’re changing the copyright law, otherwise I might have been receiving a call from Roger Waters’ legal team for those first two sentences.
With just two months to Wimbledon, the Progress With Unity Podcast team turn their attentions to tennis in anticipation of a Latics-less summer. World Cup? What World Cup? To participate in this ‘cast, it seems you must have a healthy disregard for international football. And Blackpool, evidently. (Sorry!)
Contents: Shoutout to Everton Phil (0:50) and corrections (1:18); Reading walkover (3:00) including vital three points? (10:00); Burnley’s walkover (12:20); Anyone for Tangerine Tennis? (24:25); Are these your balls, sir? (32:00); Brum preview (34:30); Letters to the Editor: Wigan Athletic All Time XI (40:00); How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat? (49:27)
Would you like to share that mumbled thought with the whole class, JWAW?
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Hey You! Is There Anybody Out There? Oh well, The Show Must Go On. You can listen to yet more Latics chat In The Flesh at the PWU iTunes, RSS and app pages until you’re Comfortably Numb. But now it’s time for me to Stop Waiting For the Worms and Run Like Hell, because I’m walking on The Thin Ice. Goodbye, Blue Sky.
Excellent, you can always rely on Pink Floyd to provide track names that are easily worked into showbiz-related sentences! Elton John and Fatboy Slim could learn a thing or two from them.
The Wall ©Pink Floyd Music Ltd. (Damn you, Waters!)