Megan Lynch wants more from the sofa team and more is what she is getting this week. In his quest to present a storm kettle audio demonstration to the Wiggly listener, Richard makes a gruesome discovery in the farm fireplace. Farmer Phil has been spied upon from above and may be hiding something bronze about his farm ‚Äì updates to follow. Richard advises Heather to stick to the piano and we get to find out what he and Terry are up to in Preston-on-Wye Village Hall.
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Below is a taster of what‚Äôs on this week‚Äôs show:
Time: 00:00:02 Welcome from the team (and Jam) with a really mixed bag this week.
Time: 00:01:48 Megan Lynch has a complaint and wants more of the Wiggly team
from the sofa.
Time: 00:04:54 Richard is brewing up an indoor storm with his exciting kettle.
Time: 00:10:46 Phil chats to Tim Hoverd of Hfdshire Archeology about a possible Bronze Age feature on the farm.
Time: 00:18:39 What will knicker catching Richard & Terry be up to on 10 October 2008?
Time: 00:21:00 Richard on how, where and why to plant the native Rowan tree.
Time: 00:22:17 Rich takes a trip down memory lane after watching the BBC's series "Lost Land of the Jaguar"
Time: 00:26:13 Time for a really useful Wiggly product review.
Time: 00:27:12 And now for a serious apology from an enthusiastic 5' 1/2" high person on freedom food.
Time: 00:31:16 Over to Monty for a weekly fact on Wigglyness.
Time: 00:31:50 Does anyone know of a good system, store person or a large swear box?
Time: 00:33:35 There's a petrified owl in your fireplace. (Petrified, he must have been b*!%$y livid!)
The Wiggly Wigglers podcast team is Heather Gorringe, Phil Gorringe (aka
Farmer Phil) and Richard Fishbourne (aka Ricardo).