Episode 27


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"Everyone needs a hobby." "So what's yours?" "Resurrection." After 30 months away, the distracting duo of Ian Wilson and Adham Fisher reunite to host a For Your Ears Only special for the 23rd Bond film: Skyfall. It's been a long time, but your hosts remain the same as they defy good taste and brevity to remain true to the podcast's original run. Which host remains hateful towards the reboot and gets pernickety about specific details about the London Underground system whilst his co-host bludgeons himself in the face with a paperback book? Yes, it's exactly who you think, but surprises are still to be had with a cameo from Pandy Wilson, a Bond song that Adham has yet to hear, and mispronunciations abound, particularly with regard to Ralph Fiennes. Remember, you had it coming. [ 5:08:59 || 148.4 MB ]

To listen, click here: http://www.earth-2.net/podcasts/foryourearsonly/episodes/foryourearsonly_027.mp3

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Adham and Ian, once again gentlemen thank you very much this was another brilliant episode.

Had a lot of laughs and I'm just a little upset about the 2 year wait for Bond 24. Anyway, very happy Perves and Wade wont be returning, but lets hope Pandy returns.

Thanks again.

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Re: Adham's rants on the tube lines.

To be fair, it is a constant consternation when Marvel editors (not blaming the artists or writers) whom WORK IN NEW YORK CITY constantly slip up names and geography of New York City in the pages of comic books.

High on the list is the constant changing of what damn bridge Gwen Stacy was thrown off of! George Washington, Brooklyn, wouldn't shock me if it was called or drawn to look like several other bridges over the years.

Yes, probably not too many people listening will care, but at the end of the day it is something that should be noticed by people making the film IN LONDON and corrected.

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