In a first for Collings & Herrin – if not a first for Robert Llewellyn, but we’re not in competition with him – we present our first ever on-the-road podcast, recorded in Richard’s car on the M4 yesterday morning, heading West to his parents’ house in Cheddar. We’ve not established whether this is illegal or ever dangerous, but it does mean that we don’t specifically refer to anything in the newspapers, as Richard is driving a car on a motorway, and I can’t read in a car without feeling travel sick. This is among the points of discussion, as well as 21-year-old Alesha Dixon versus 102-year-old Arlene Philips, the shocking amount of Cheddar cheese we import from other EU countries, Battlestar Galactica (the 1978 one) and the “Suicide Bummer” (as seen in the Sun, and headlined as such). You will also hear points of interest noted along our journey, such as certain junctions, a sign saying “LOG HOTLINE”, something on fire just outside Reading, and a Herman Miller office furniture lorry. Don’t want to give too much away!