Podcast 233: This is our Everest, Part Four – A Question of Sport
The fourth episode of This Is Our Everest sees Edward and Ian revisit an episode of television’s longest-running sports quiz, A Question of Sport. Both of our heroes choose their ideal line-up of Question of Sport guests and will probably regret it at some point in the future.
There’s also ruminations on David Coleman, the advisability (or otherwise) of professional cricketers publicly espousing dog fighting and a realistic assessment of the uncling credentials of both of the team captains. There’s also some vigorous critique of rugby and Ian Botham, and an exposé of a clearly fraudulent conversation between David Coleman and Linford Christie. To see all this for yourself, point your internet in this direction.
For those amongst you who are following this podcast on a daily basis, tomorrow’s episode features some hot flightless bird action as the BBC allows itself to be taken over for half an hour by a psychopathic emu in 1978. You can Emu’s Broadcasting Corporation right here.
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