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A SURPRISE EXTRA LUNCH

Poor old Michelle, she’s not too well again. Well she can’t blame me this time. It’s not her throat but her balance. I may be unbalanced as well but I don’t think its catching.

Anyway because of her incapacity today, I covered her show once more and as usual when I do her show, I try to find a few stories to put a smile on your face – something that is perhaps even more important on a Monday. Now Michelle had also set her question of the day where she asked you to submit some jokes – preferably ones that could be told on air. When I checked first thing this morning two had arrived. Bob Simpson said that he had just booked a table for his anniversary but that it was bound to end in tears as his other half was rubbish at snooker. Right!!!

And Denise Jean Walker submitted this gem:  A Man goes to the doctors and says, “I think I’m a moth”. The doctor replied saying “You need a psychiatrist not a doctor, and he’s next door”. “Yes” replied the man, “I know that, but your light was on!” Boom, boom.

Right well moving on to the weird and whacky stories, we had one about Pakistan cracking down on pot-bellied police. Seemingly they have been given until the end of the month to slim down to the regulation 38 inches or be removed from field duties.

And from the USA we looked at stories including one about a would-be burglar who got stuck under a roll up door for 9 hours after the metal jam fell out. Then we had “breaking” news about a pensioner who threatened his next door neighbour after he broke wind loudly in the lobby of the apartment building they shared. At the other end of the scale we reported on the crowning of the world burping champion by the World Burping Federation. The winner achieved a belch lasting an astonishing 18.1 seconds. I guess the event was covered by a blow by blow commentary!

Of course we also had bags of great music and all the usual features. No doubt you’ll wish to join me in wishing Michelle better soon. Hopefully she’ll be back in harness bright and early at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning.

All the best,

Scott

 

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A SURPRISE EXTRA LUNCH

Poor old Michelle, she’s not too well again. Well she can’t blame me this time. It’s not her throat but her balance. I may be unbalanced as well but I don’t think its catching.

Anyway because of her incapacity today, I covered her show once more and as usual when I do her show, I try to find a few stories to put a smile on your face – something that is perhaps even more important on a Monday. Now Michelle had also set her question of the day where she asked you to submit some jokes – preferably ones that could be told on air. When I checked first thing this morning two had arrived. Bob Simpson said that he had just booked a table for his anniversary but that it was bound to end in tears as his other half was rubbish at snooker. Right!!!

And Denise Jean Walker submitted this gem:  A Man goes to the doctors and says, “I think I’m a moth”. The doctor replied saying “You need a psychiatrist not a doctor, and he’s next door”. “Yes” replied the man, “I know that, but your light was on!” Boom, boom.

Right well moving on to the weird and whacky stories, we had one about Pakistan cracking down on pot-bellied police. Seemingly they have been given until the end of the month to slim down to the regulation 38 inches or be removed from field duties.

And from the USA we looked at stories including one about a would-be burglar who got stuck under a roll up door for 9 hours after the metal jam fell out. Then we had “breaking” news about a pensioner who threatened his next door neighbour after he broke wind loudly in the lobby of the apartment building they shared. At the other end of the scale we reported on the crowning of the world burping champion by the World Burping Federation. The winner achieved a belch lasting an astonishing 18.1 seconds. I guess the event was covered by a blow by blow commentary!

Of course we also had bags of great music and all the usual features. No doubt you’ll wish to join me in wishing Michelle better soon. Hopefully she’ll be back in harness bright and early at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning.

All the best,

Scott

 

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A SURPRISE EXTRA LUNCH

Poor old Michelle, she’s not too well again. Well she can’t blame me this time. It’s not her throat but her balance. I may be unbalanced as well but I don’t think its catching.

Anyway because of her incapacity today, I covered her show once more and as usual when I do her show, I try to find a few stories to put a smile on your face – something that is perhaps even more important on a Monday. Now Michelle had also set her question of the day where she asked you to submit some jokes – preferably ones that could be told on air. When I checked first thing this morning two had arrived. Bob Simpson said that he had just booked a table for his anniversary but that it was bound to end in tears as his other half was rubbish at snooker. Right!!!

And Denise Jean Walker submitted this gem:  A Man goes to the doctors and says, “I think I’m a moth”. The doctor replied saying “You need a psychiatrist not a doctor, and he’s next door”. “Yes” replied the man, “I know that, but your light was on!” Boom, boom.

Right well moving on to the weird and whacky stories, we had one about Pakistan cracking down on pot-bellied police. Seemingly they have been given until the end of the month to slim down to the regulation 38 inches or be removed from field duties.

And from the USA we looked at stories including one about a would-be burglar who got stuck under a roll up door for 9 hours after the metal jam fell out. Then we had “breaking” news about a pensioner who threatened his next door neighbour after he broke wind loudly in the lobby of the apartment building they shared. At the other end of the scale we reported on the crowning of the world burping champion by the World Burping Federation. The winner achieved a belch lasting an astonishing 18.1 seconds. I guess the event was covered by a blow by blow commentary!

Of course we also had bags of great music and all the usual features. No doubt you’ll wish to join me in wishing Michelle better soon. Hopefully she’ll be back in harness bright and early at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning.

All the best,

Scott

 

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A SURPRISE EXTRA LUNCH

Poor old Michelle, she’s not too well again. Well she can’t blame me this time. It’s not her throat but her balance. I may be unbalanced as well but I don’t think its catching.

Anyway because of her incapacity today, I covered her show once more and as usual when I do her show, I try to find a few stories to put a smile on your face – something that is perhaps even more important on a Monday. Now Michelle had also set her question of the day where she asked you to submit some jokes – preferably ones that could be told on air. When I checked first thing this morning two had arrived. Bob Simpson said that he had just booked a table for his anniversary but that it was bound to end in tears as his other half was rubbish at snooker. Right!!!

And Denise Jean Walker submitted this gem:  A Man goes to the doctors and says, “I think I’m a moth”. The doctor replied saying “You need a psychiatrist not a doctor, and he’s next door”. “Yes” replied the man, “I know that, but your light was on!” Boom, boom.

Right well moving on to the weird and whacky stories, we had one about Pakistan cracking down on pot-bellied police. Seemingly they have been given until the end of the month to slim down to the regulation 38 inches or be removed from field duties.

And from the USA we looked at stories including one about a would-be burglar who got stuck under a roll up door for 9 hours after the metal jam fell out. Then we had “breaking” news about a pensioner who threatened his next door neighbour after he broke wind loudly in the lobby of the apartment building they shared. At the other end of the scale we reported on the crowning of the world burping champion by the World Burping Federation. The winner achieved a belch lasting an astonishing 18.1 seconds. I guess the event was covered by a blow by blow commentary!

Of course we also had bags of great music and all the usual features. No doubt you’ll wish to join me in wishing Michelle better soon. Hopefully she’ll be back in harness bright and early at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning.

All the best,

Scott

 

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