Sunday, December 06, 2009

The 7 Days Show Podcast: Episode 5

The latest edition of the Seven Days Show is now online. In this week's episode I am afraid I become toilet mouthed...

In this weeks show we talk about toilet paper in the Commons (always one for an adult discussion myself), The Speaker, and of course his wife; the Pre Budget report; Climate Change, Class (again) the media possibly being gagged from reporting Parliament and the newly selected candidate for Beckenham, Bob Stewart.

To listen to the podcast click HERE, or you can also subscribe to the show in the Tory Radio section in the podcast area of Itunes.


Tachybaptus said...

Izal Medicated, the last survivor of its kind, has now become rather grand. You have to go to Waitrose to find it. And I am told that it was favoured by none other than Her Majesty the Queen Mother.

Mind you, there used to be papers of dizzying grandeur, such as Bromo (not to be confused with the plebeian Bronco). It was imported from America, where it was manufactured by the Diamond Mills company in Minnesota. The flat cream-coloured box had an engraving of the factory and a row of gold medals it had won at exhibitions. And beneath this, it said:

'Bromo is so well known that lengthy description is not necessary. We merely wish to say that Bromo is, as it always has been, a soft, strong sheet of toilet paper, unsurpassed in quality and purity because it is made of the finest ingedients that have been boiled under steam pressure for hours before being reduced to the consistency necessary for making paper.'

tyger said...

Irrelevant to your article but Ive just been watching the BBC reportage on late night news re 'climate' et al and I cannot believe my ears or eyes. Extraordinary.If ever there were obvious political pressure to toe the line this it. I'm disgusted and I don't live in Tunbridge Wells.

tapestry said...

You say Iain that you accept the principle of Global Warming. Isn't that what the whole outcry is about? The evidence is not conclusive.

The earth and other planets have cooled in recent years, according to NASA.