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Radio Daze



The Onion Bag Radio Show goes live!

Radio: Almost as good as TV
Radio: Almost as good as TV
Buggles: Reports of death greatly exaggerated
Buggles: Reports of death greatly exaggerated
Score: Tough act to follow
Score: Tough act to follow
The Onion Bag media empire is proud to announce its latest expansion - its very own Saturday results service radio show. Starting next weekend, you'll be able to find out some of the scores and scorers from across this footballing globe, from the people that bring you the World's greatest football satire.
On air
Fresh from their latest podcasting success, the vocal talents of Duffman and Sp3ktor will be going live to the planet via the magic of internet radio, with a zany mixture of news, reviews and scores peppered with lies, falsehoods and slander.

"Our show will have the best of all worlds: the even-handed analysis of Radio 5's Alan Green mixed with the insight and clarity of Talksport's Stan Collymore." foamed bagged editor, Duffman.
Unaware
"For over 100 years radio has been educating, entertaining and controlling little model cars, now we're taking it to the next logical step," enthused co-host Sp3ktor, while not exactly revealing what that next step was.
Old scores
The new show will go head to head with the established services from the giants of old media. "We're not concerned at all abut this new show," said the producer of BBCi's Score. "We've got Garth Crooks and Ray Stubb's, what have they got?" he blustered while tugging on his collar.

The first shows kicks off at 2.30pm this Saturday and will run for three hours - or until they get bored and switch the connection off.
Sp3ktor

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