Real biscotti, real value

What? A new podcast already? That’s real value. Collings & Herrin Podcast 53 is here, a matter of days after the last one because Richard is on tour or something. Even my homemade biscotti cannot cheer him up. In the podcast, we find out that grapefruit juice can cause heart failure, television can give you asthma, having a job can get you stripped of your University Challenge glory, teenagers can cost nine thousand pounds, Sir Fred Goodwin was named by William Makepeace Thackeray, Tesco’s offer real baskets as opposed to surreal or figurative ones, Richard’s got another idea for a Slumdog Millionaire sequel, beer is a surprise sedative and teenagers’ pants are designed to be seen.

Can I just apologise for the burp with which this podcast begins. He was very tired.


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