Cherry Jam podcast

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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

02 Sep 2020 17:46 pm:

That wind may well have had something to do with me and a few mates, we were on a very ‘interesting’ stag weekend we were on, a lot of ale consumed and then plenty more on the morning of the game, and afterwards. I have very vague memories of Roadmenders at about 2 in the morning before heading to an S&M dungeon type thing afterwards, basically the stag had a great weekend :mrgreen:

No doubt our combined level of farting might have put Ludo off for sure.....
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

02 Sep 2020 19:36 pm:

Beddis wrote:That wind may well have had something to do with me and a few mates, we were on a very ‘interesting’ stag weekend we were on, a lot of ale consumed and then plenty more on the morning of the game, and afterwards. I have very vague memories of Roadmenders at about 2 in the morning before heading to an S&M dungeon type thing afterwards, basically the stag had a great weekend :mrgreen:

No doubt our combined level of farting might have put Ludo off for sure.....


This is before the 9 o clock watershed Mark, may be some complaints.
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

08 Sep 2020 09:01 am:

Episode 12 now available

https://anchor.fm/cherry-jam/episodes/E ... rms-eja01j

Once again, any feedback is welcome - plus please do give us your comments on those players who failed to live up to expectations - the likes of Chris Paterson, Jason Little, Jeremy Paul etc. - we will read these out and talk about them on a pod soon
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

08 Sep 2020 09:06 am:

SonofPricey wrote:Episode 12 now available

https://anchor.fm/cherry-jam/episodes/E ... rms-eja01j

Once again, any feedback is welcome - plus please do give us your comments on those players who failed to live up to expectations - the likes of Chris Paterson, Jason Little, Jeremy Paul etc. - we will read these out and talk about them on a pod soon


Enjoy the pod, does anyone else have issues with the pod freezing between chapters?
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

08 Sep 2020 09:46 am:

Thanks GB83 - which platform are you using?
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

08 Sep 2020 09:55 am:

SonofPricey wrote:Thanks GB83 - which platform are you using?


Anchor, where else it available?

Have used the powers of google and will give Apple a try, only thought it was available on anchor.
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

08 Sep 2020 10:03 am:

Also on Spotify and Apple podcasts too.
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

08 Sep 2020 10:06 am:

SonofPricey wrote:Also on Spotify and Apple podcasts too.


No issues on Apple, Anchor breaks it into chapters and can stick at switch overs.
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

08 Sep 2020 10:14 am:

SoP. Great pod. I think I've listened to most of the episodes now and have really enjoyed them.

Whenever I listen to the mainstream podcasts, I'm really looking out for the bits about Glaws, which tend to be minimal; it's nice to have virtually a whole podcast dedicated to the club.

My player would be Owen Williams. He came in with a big reputation, but delivered very little on the field when fit. He cost us an eye watering amount of money for very little in return.
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

09 Sep 2020 12:23 pm:

I've only just listened to the last two podcasts and what a great, entertaining listen this is. I have to admit I swerved this initially as I've previously heard fan led football podcasts and it has been too partisan and unprofessional .

However, the Cherry Jam podcast has allayed my fears, with an excellent production. Professional sounding and measured comments, I am definitely a fan and now subscribed. Thank you guys for giving your time to produce this, much appreciated from this fan.
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