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This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Stephen Bowden and on this episode we are lucky enough to hear from lots of callerinners which is fantastic: there was Hugh, Jen, Brian, Witherspoon, Drew, Charlotte and Sarah from Smethwick on Speakpipe and GadgetGirlie and Mike Jennings via email. FB roundup and welcoming new members of our FB group Please cal…
 
Writer, Liz JohnDirector, Julie BeckettEditor, Jeremy HoweHelen Archer ….. Louiza PatikasNatasha Archer ….. Mali HarriesPat Archer ….. Patricia GallimoreTom Archer ….. William TroughtonTony Archer ….. David TroughtonLilian Bellamy ….. Sunny OrmondeAlice Carter ….. Hollie ChapmanSusan Carter ….. Charlotte MartinJustin Elliott ….. Simon WilliamsShula…
 
P.S. This episode was recorded a month ago, right after Carolina’s release! Thank you for being patient with us as we stepped away to focus on GaylorFest/mental health… GaylorFest was SO MUCH FUN and we’re so excited to start planning for next year :,) Check out GaylorSwift.com to access recordings of the presentations! Shoutout to our INCREDIBLE t…
 
Lynda eventually finds a role for Adil at the fete that he can’t say no to – palm reading. It’s much needed with this year’s fortune teller pulling out. Lilian arrives and Lynda ropes her in so that Adil can demonstrate his skills. Lilian can’t help but snigger when Adil refers to her prominent Mount of Venus while reading her palm. She then feels …
 
Writer, Liz JohnDirector, Julie BeckettEditor, Jeremy HoweHelen Archer ….. Louiza PatikasNatasha Archer ….. Mali HarriesPat Archer ….. Patricia GallimoreTom Archer ….. William TroughtonTony Archer ….. David TroughtonLilian Bellamy ….. Sunny OrmondeAlice Carter ….. Hollie ChapmanSusan Carter ….. Charlotte MartinJustin Elliott ….. Simon WilliamsShula…
 
Alistair and Denise make a great team as Alistair operates on Ruby. Adil comforts Justin whilst they await news. When Alistair rings, it’s good news and Adil and Justin can’t contain their joy. Justin again tries to discuss a possible link-up between the Stables and Grey Gables. Adil interrupts him saying Justin should take the day off – it would b…
 
When Tracy asks if there’s been any more gossip about the post box fire, Susan quickly changes the subject. Susan thinks Tracy looks tired and says what made the work bearable for Emma at the chicken factory was the mates; they never stopped laughing. It’s Tracy’s turn to change the subject. Oliver appears and broaches the subject of Brad’s Maths s…
 
At Bridge Farm Tony and Helen tell everyone that people were bowled over by the Grey Gables launch event. They’re interrupted by a customer complaining about food missing from the veg boxes – it’s the third complaint today. Tom insists he’d checked the boxes twice, but everyone blames it on his sleep deprivation. When Caitlin brings up the subject …
 
It’s the Grey Gables launch event at the Village Hall. When Oliver, Adil and Roy arrive to set up, they find the hall’s been double-booked with the Borsetshire Scottish Dance Society and they’re not budging. When they discover Audrey Fisher and Hilary Noakes are involved Roy thinks they need to get in the big guns, and he contacts Lynda. Meanwhile …
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Stephen Bowden and on this episode we are lucky enough to hear from: quite a few first-time callerinerers, which is fabulous: there was David Mullins, Sue from Sussex and Charlotte. Plus calls from the faithful friends Jen: Ambridge Pony club, Bernadette Hawkes and Claire Astbury; Plus: Tweet of the week from Pu…
 
Alice and Shula walk the cross country course and chat about the Grey Gables launch event tomorrow – it’s now at the Village Hall. Shula’s touched when Alice asks her if she’ll lead Martha’s naming ceremony, explaining that it was Shula who helped her get back to rehab and so back to being Martha’s mum again. As they walk the course it becomes clea…
 
Writer, Tim StimpsonDirector, Gwenda HughesEditor, Jeremy HoweAlice Carter ….. Hollie ChapmanBrad Horrobin ….. Taylor UttleyBrian Aldridge ….. Charles CollingwoodChelsea Horrobin ….. Madeleine LeslayChris Carter ….. Wilf ScoldingClarrie Grundy ….. Heather BellEddie Grundy ….. Trevor HarrisonFreddie Pargetter ….. Toby LaurenceGeorge Grundy …… Angus …
 
Russ gets in the mood for Freddie’s DJ’ing gig by listening to some ‘nineties bangers’. Lily reckons Chelsea fancies him – she saw her looking at Russ last week. Russ thinks that’s ridiculous; last time he spoke to her she could barely give him the time of day. Lily worries about going back to university – she’ll be much older than everyone and the…
 
Alice and Chris discuss having an outdoor naming ceremony for Martha. When Chris says he’d quite like Alan to do the blessing, Alice says there’s someone else she’d like to ask. Toby asks Chris if he knows who torched the post box but Chris says Susan kept saying it will have to remain a mystery. Later Eddie also comments it will have to remain a m…
 
Caitlin’s unhappy to discover Natasha turned off the baby monitor so that Caitlin could get some sleep. There’s no point being there if Natasha won’t let her help. But Natasha’s determined to do things for herself. Later when Natasha confides that her mum makes her feel incapable, Tom suggests she clears the air. Natasha declines; it would a diffic…
 
Tom shares the responses he’s had to his past about the birth of the twins. He hopes the good will turns into orders. Tony says it’s just nice that people care. He jokes he feels done out of a job now Caitlin’s arrived – it must be great for Natasha to have her mum around. Tom concedes that it is. His anxiety about the farm, and his assertion that …
 
Brian’s back in Ambridge having missed his old life. He’d have found it stressful staying away in Hungary any longer. Alice catches him up with the news, including Chris’s decision to settle for a holiday cottage and nothing more from Home Farm. Brian’s delighted. Chris arrives, and while Alice tends to newly mobile Martha, he and Brian chat awkwar…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Maire Bray and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear from: Jen: Ambridge Pony club, Carol from the highlands, Bernadette Hawkes, and Richard Lucas, who sounded like he was washing up in the call and Richard Beveridge. Two calls which verged on rants, two calls which express feelings about contrasts in the…
 
Freddie charges Chelsea with looking after a new member of the Orangery serving team. He thinks she might find they have things in common. Chelsea’s horrified when she later discovers the new recruit is her brother Brad. Chelsea reckons she can’t train Brad, he’s hopeless. Freddie asserts that while he understands it’s hard for her to work with her…
 
Writer, Caroline HarringtonDirector, Peter Leslie WildEditor, Jeremy HoweAdam Macy ….. Andrew WincottAdil Shah ….. Ronny JhuttiAlice Carter ….. Hollie ChapmanBrad Horrobin ….. Taylor UttleyChelsea Horrobin ….. Madeleine LeslayClarrie Grundy ….. Heather BellHelen Archer ….. Louiza PatikasJazzer McCreary ….. Ryan KellyJill Archer ….. Patricia GreeneJ…
 
Lilian and Justin are enjoying staying at Ambridge Hall while their kitchen is being completed. Their breakfast is interrupted by Adil pointing out that Ruby is on his bed, could they please remove her? When they go up to look, Lilian and Adil discover Ruby has actually got into his bed.Adil admits to Justin that his stay at Ambridge Hall hasn’t al…
 
Oliver wants to drop a birthday card round to Tracy, but Brad puts him off and says he’ll take it. Tracy’s still mad at Oliver for putting Brad out of the job at Grange Farm. Oliver wishes he and Tracy could be friends again. When he asks if Brad’s found another job, Brad says he’s just had an interview, but won’t say what for in case he jinxes it.…
 
Jill tells Pip that the WI were won over at Adam and Ian’s pizza tasting, but then Jean Harvey choked on an olive. Ian had to give her the Heimlich manoeuvre. Now Jean’s saying they’re going to rethink having the pizza van at the fete. When Jill says she’s buying Rosie an ice-cream making kit for her birthday, Pip broaches the subject of Rosie’s di…
 
Josh is avoiding David – he can’t face another rant about how they wouldn’t have embarked on the new cow house and slurry system if they’d known about rising costs. But they do have solar panels, which should earn their keep. Pip asks Josh if he thinks Rosie’s getting a bit fat. They’re really careful with her diet. When Josh says Jill loves baking…
 
When Natasha has Braxton Hicks contractions, Tom worries the babies are on their way. Natasha reassures him; she’s sure the babies will be born on Friday as planned.Helen mentions to Adam that their new marketing strategy on the website seems to have been successful; telling the truth clearly works. Adam talks about the WI pizza tasting at the Vill…
 
Today our thoughts and prayers to whichever god you support go out to God Squad Mia who is currently in hospital. She is recovering and we look forward her being back at work in Newcastle. This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Maire Bray and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear from Becky Wood, Brian Holding, Vicky Cole, Marie Bray, Bernadet…
 
Clarrie visits Natasha to see how she’s getting on, but instead of it being a relaxing visit, Clarrie unintentionally winds Natasha up about how exhausting it is having little ones. Natasha anxiously exclaims there’s no way she can cope on her own with two babies. Clarrie gives her a gift of hand- knitted cardies – blue for the boy and pink for the…
 
Writer, Sarah McDonald HughesDirector and Editor, Jeremy HoweBen Archer ….. Ben NorrisHelen Archer ….. Louiza PatikasPip Archer ….. Daisy BadgerLilian Bellamy ….. Sunny OrmondeAlice Carter ….. Hollie ChapmanSusan Carter ….. Charlotte MartinJustin Elliott ….. Simon WilliamsToby Fairbrother ….. Rhys BevanClarrie Grundy ….. Heather BellEddie Grundy ….…
 
Alice covers Joanne at The Stables where Shula’s just finished a riding lesson with some young people with disabilities – her favourite part of the job. Justin says they’re on track for opening the cross-country course next month. When he goes, Shula mentions her plan for Equine Assisted Therapy and possible funding for community groups. Alice thin…
 
Oliver surprises Eddie and Clarrie by hiring a telehandler for their haymaking – it’ll speed things up. When they say it’s too much, Oliver says it’s a selfish gesture really; it’ll save his back. Later Eddie checks that George didn’t put the idea into Oliver’s head, but George denies it, saying Oliver has a heart of gold. When Pip returns Poppy’s …
 
Susan, Clarrie and Adam check out their biogs on the Bridge Farm website, but Susan’s shocked when she sees “Bridge Farm Needs You” on the front page. She wonders what Tom was thinking. Later Helen says the website traffic’s increased. She wasn’t sure about Tom’s strategy but it seems to be hitting the mark. He’s worked really hard to do all this b…
 
Helen tells Susan that she and Tom have been making plans to boost online cheese sales. As a result Tom’s been overhauling their website and social media with a more personal touch. They’re going to include postcards with every order, with a picture of the Monteys drawn by Henry and signed by everyone on the back. They’re also going to put staff ph…
 
Lilian sets up generating some interest for the cross-country course which should be finished next month; Justin wants to launch with a bang. Shula and Alice go to see how the course is getting on. Alice can’t wait to try it. Shula comments that Alice has turned a corner these last few months – she seems settled, calm and grounded. Alice agrees – t…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Maire Bray and on this episode we are lucky enough to hear from: Drew from Hamilton via Tokyo, Witherspoon in the upper lower east west side, Aunty Jean and Tracy Brown in California. Plus: Tweet of the week from Purple Pumpkin and we have a social media round-up from Stephen Bowden FB roundup and welcoming new …
 
Pip and Toby discuss Rosie’s imminent start at primary school. Rosie’s looking forward to it, it’s Pip who’ll be in bits. Ben turns up and Pip comments that he’s in a good mood; it must be because Beth’s back on the scene. Ben thinks school will be good for Rosie – she’ll learn how to have a ‘healthy lifestyle’. When Pip questions this, Ben clumsil…
 
Season 4 going strong! We are right in the middle of no sports, so obviously have an hour and 20 minutes of hot content for you. Josh bring back the the famous "QB Wins" Draft.....is that Jesse redemption music I hear?! Also, NBA draft talk. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Maire Bray and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear from: Pepe Mason, Julia, Claire Astbury, Panto Martin, Witherspoon, Glyn Fullelove and Dusty Substances. Plus: Tweet of the week from Purple Pumpkin and we have a social media round-up from Sandra Jenkinson! FB roundup and welcoming new members of our F…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Maire Bray and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear from Brian Holding, Ambridge Pony Club, Sarah Spillsbury and Panto Martin! Plus: Tweet of the week from Purple Pumpkin and we have a social media round-up from Sandra Jenkinson! FB roundup and welcoming new members of our FB group Please call into the s…
 
GaylorFest 2022 tickets are OUT NOW!: https://www.gaylorswift.com/event-details/gaylorfest-2022 Our ethereal new intro and outro theme song!: https://twitter.com/erynranney & https://www.tiktok.com/@alltoogayyy (35:55) Mia's Chely Wright Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTdKnFVc3/?k=1 (36:25) Chely Wright talking about the "blender" of homophobia …
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Michael and Anwyn Wieloch and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear contributions from: Witherspoon, Stephen Boden, Mellie McMerriweaher, Our Dusty Substances, and Sandra Jenkinson! Please call into the show using this link: https://www.speakpipe.com/dumteedum Do keep your call to a maximum of two minutes…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Michael and Anwyn Wieloch and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear contributions from Witherspoon, Jen our Ambridge Pony Club, Panto Martin, Helen Grady and Claire from Clapham! Plus: Tweet of the week from Purple Pumpkin and we have a social media round-up from Sue! Please call into the show using this …
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Marie Bray, I'll do anything for Dumteedum and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear contributions from Witherspoon, Jen our Ambridge Pony Club, Panto Martin and Auntie Jean is back and Amelia Jane! Please call into the show using this link: https://www.speakpipe.com/dumteedum Do keep your call to a maxim…
 
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