To celebrate Mandela Day, this episode we’re rallying behind our friend Richard to help him raise funds to start a homeless shelter. You can donate to this amazing cause here:
https://www.newhopesa.org/mandela-day

As lockdown continues, Simon starts to think his running partner is trying to kill him, Dylan keeps on buying less goods than he sets out to, and Andrew attends a funeral on Zoom. We also play the party game, enjoy some True or False, and learn more about sailors and Morgan Freeman in the Quiz. We even have some musical interludes including a dodgy ‘children’s song’ called Nelson Mandela Ate My Cat, and a rare alternative version of Fly Away Today containing an incredibly random outro.

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Andrew finally sounds tasty, Dylan successfully moves house during lockdown, and Simon welcomes the newest addition to the family, Sawyer Streep.

We also play a lockdown edition of Would You Rather, we guess the Carey in Say What, and have another Quiz in the category of… pub quiz.

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Andrew bakes sugarless bread, Dylan’s mask can’t fit his head, and is Simon brushing before bed? We look back on our first month of full lockdown, and play special lockdown editions of True or False and Garage of Groundbreaking Inventions.

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Andrew, Dylan and Simon are under lockdown to help stop the spread of COVID-19, so they thought they’d come back from the podcast break early to discuss what it’s been like, and as always, play some games.

In this episode Andrew gets a DVD player, Dylan has an accident with Ricky Gervais, and Simon moves house.

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Really big news all round in this podcast: Dylan gets married, Simon’s going to be a father, and Andrew… well… Andrew ‘ran’ a park run.

This episode is brought to you by our show at the Baxter on 11 February. Get your tickets here:
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This will be our last episode for a while, but don’t lose heart, Agony Uncles is coming soon, and we might even have a brand new podcast series up our sleeve.

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In this festive episode of the podcast we explore the best and worst of Christmas – from inaccurate carols to flushable gifts, we have it all, including a cracker of a game, and a Scandinavian quiz.

Have a wonderful Christmas with love from Andrew, Dylan and Simon.

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It’s summer which means most South Africans are dusting off their braai’s and inviting people round to burn their meat. We discuss braai etiquette, smoke management, and the hubbard squash. Simon also chats about the Test Match Board game and Dylan thwarts Andrew in a new quiz.

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It’s our spookiest episode yet. Dylan hides under a bed, Andrew reveals his greatest fears, and Simon has recurring nightmares about a dinosaur. We also chat about paranormal activity, Mino Moo, scary children and gold teeth. Join us for the best Halloween podcast you’ll ever hear, unless you hear ones that are better.

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Andrew over-packs for a park run, Dylan has a new greeting, and Simon finds a camping loophole.

We also visit the Garage of Groundbreaking Inventions to discuss the correct spelling of the word ‘pastimes’, we debate the merits of being invisible but smelly in Would You Rather, and we partake in the Canada Quiz.

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This month we’re breaking from our usual podcast to share with you the pilot episode of our upcoming podcast series, Agony Uncles – launching 4 November 2019.

Special thanks to our pilot guests, The Fantastic History of Food’s Nick Key and our faithful drummer Tim Price.

You can learn more about the show and upcoming recordings here:
http://www.brothersstreep.com/agony-uncles/

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