Here you’ll find the rebroadcasts of the Playradio UK shows and others, rebroadcast with permission here. Some have streaming video, like the Not The Tommy Boyd Shows, others a static image if there was no working studio cam.
Original YT playout date: 17 August 2010
This was all about homosexuals and adoption and discussed a recent case in the news. Professor Viktor Huliganov calls in to Fiona about the 34th minute and speaks until the end of this clip, in favour of giving adopted children parents bringing the characteristics of both sexes to the family, but before that at first you hear someone call Bob, stating himself to be a homosexual seeking to adopt with his partner, make his case in favour of allowing such applications for adoption. Continue reading “Should homosexuals be able to adopt? – Fiona Paris (then Fiona Dutton) Show 20th April 20”→
Original YT playout date: 7 January 2010
It’s 23rd March 2009, Tommy and Fiona are in the studio, but it’s not long before the listeners take over the agenda – first off is Tom off Tots TV, asking why PRUK doesn’t do “”Listen with Mother””. But Fiona and Tommy are having none of this blatant sexism from the now extinct children’s TV puppet. But their tactics are not strictly ballroom! When Tom Ragdoll cites the research of Jean Piaget, Tommy tries to discredit Piaget’s findings and trick Tom off Tots TV into thinking the celebrated Swiss psychologist was a woman, and then to cap that he asks the blue-haired Tot to hold the line – at which point he dumps the call!
Original YT playout date: 29 December 2009
Edited from the podcast of 10th March 2009. Which is where I am on the podcast catch up right now. It’s an open secret that “Connor” is actually none other than the Atlanta correspondent of “Downfall” fame doing a persona. Tommy gets very passionate and ranty, and although he has no callers in this show he lets himself go with the flow and we get some classic Boyd as a result.
Oddly I am actually listening only now to the audiobook of Atlas Shrugged after hearing it from Tommy Boyd 12 years previously. Its popularity is not dimishing and it is even more actual today than it ever was.
Original YT playout date: 20 December 2009
We’re discussing the whole area of racism and nationalism – is it possible for a person ever to be completely free of a trace of racism and nationalism? Isn’t it a trait too deeply ingrained in our tribal characters? Is it always necessarily bad to have preconceptions about other races and nations? What about racial or nationalist jokes – can they ever be acceptable?