Rob’s Radio Hour No.5

The winter of 2010. Sub-zero temperatures, again. I had a big wood burning stove at the time, and used to put my recording desk as close to it as possible, without everything catching fire.

Anyhows, if interested, a bit of music for the New Year: Rob’s Radio Hour No.5. This one sticks in my mind because it was the craziest Radio Hour I ever made; and what I mean by that is all the stuff going on when I was making the programme. There is some good music here, depending on your tastes…

http://www.localradio.fr/shows/radiohour/Radio_Hour_05.m3u

All of the original Rob’s Radio Hour were done live on air. Bear that in mind if you listen to the above archived podcast.

Funnily enough, Radio Hour 5 was finished at about 5am on a freezing February morning. Afterwards I went outside in the snow to smoke a cigarette. I didn’t notice the freezing temperatures, because you get so hyped-up when you do this stuff.

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4 Responses to Rob’s Radio Hour No.5

  1. Freddy says:

    Happy New Year Rob.
    It has been incredibly warm in Southern England, almost like early Summer.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      A Happy New Year to you as well, Freddy.

      I hope you’re managing to make it through these totally mad times we find ourselves in.

      It’s been warm here as well since New Year’s Day. Prior to that the weather was absolutely atrocious for my part of the world.

  2. Freddy says:

    Hi Rob, I doubt you will be voting for Emmanuel Macron, this year.
    “The unvaccinated, I really want to piss them off. And so, we’re going to continue doing so, until the end. That’s the strategy”

    He is a real charmer.

    “Emmanuel Macron says he has learned to love the French, but it seems he especially likes to despise them.”

    In his interview with Le Parisien on Tuesday, Mr Macron said that while he would not “vaccinate by force”, he hoped to encourage people to get jabbed by “limiting as much as possible their access to activities in social life”.

    “I won’t send unvaccinated people to prison,” he said.
    Jean-Luc Melenchon described the remarks as an “astonishing confession”.

    “It is clear, the vaccination pass is a collective punishment against individual freedom,” he added.

  3. Freddy says:

    Hello Rob, in England we have very, very, very few restrictions.
    In Scotland and Wales, they have many more restrictions.
    In England the covid cases are reducing ( from a very high, high)
    in Wales and in Scotland they are increasing.
    Perhaps the answer is to let it rip?

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