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Ep 125 - Colour My Life With The Chaos Of Trouble

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BRFCS catches up with Scott Sumner of 4000 Holes fame as he tells Ian Herbert all about the upcoming 100th issue of a much-loved fanzine.

We also welcome a new 1st time contributor in John Wareing who shares some of his earliest Rovers memories.

 

 

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Very well interviewed..

Great to see that it is still going-long after Sham had to try and field Bryan Hamilton's moral indignation/uproar on Radio Lancs. He railed against that 21st Century Fox front cover with the picture of the dirty toilets in the Blackburn End!

The club soon fixed the toilets though lol

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1 hour ago, Leonard Venkhater said:

Very well interviewed..

Great to see that it is still going-long after Sham had to try and field Bryan Hamilton's moral indignation/uproar on Radio Lancs. He railed against that 21st Century Fox front cover with the picture of the dirty toilets in the Blackburn End!

The club soon fixed the toilets though lol

Thanks so much...the credit is due to @4,000 Holes & Scott - the Easter Egg at the end offers a clue as to why...😬

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I’m actually a long time ago returner Herbie. I was on one of the podcasts many moons ago talking about the trip to Pune, being one of the Pune9.

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7 minutes ago, only2garners said:

I’m actually a long time ago returner Herbie. I was on one of the podcasts many moons ago talking about the trip to Pune, being one of the Pune9.

Is now a good time to do a retrospective piece reflecting on what has happened in the meantime ? 🤔

 

DM me if you fancy doing something for a future episode 👍🏻

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13 hours ago, only2garners said:

It might be. I’m out of the country until mid March but I’ll have a think about it.

I would find your perspective very interesting.

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