32 episodes

We are The Stereo Brothers - Peter and Martin Poole to be precise.

Based in England and with Irish roots we base our extensive list of created audio characters on some of the most hilarious stereotypes around.

Our variety of fictional characters is truly an inspired observation on some of the most extremely archetypal faces you meet out there in life! From the grim urban pubs to the geeky model railway clubs, listen out and laugh at audio accounts of figures ranging from late night Irish radio hosts to deeply flawed amateur UFO researchers. Giggle at the antics of dried up stand up comics and the deathly frail transmissions of 1950s World Service recordings!

The Stereo Brothers Peter and Martin Poole

    • Comedy

We are The Stereo Brothers - Peter and Martin Poole to be precise.

Based in England and with Irish roots we base our extensive list of created audio characters on some of the most hilarious stereotypes around.

Our variety of fictional characters is truly an inspired observation on some of the most extremely archetypal faces you meet out there in life! From the grim urban pubs to the geeky model railway clubs, listen out and laugh at audio accounts of figures ranging from late night Irish radio hosts to deeply flawed amateur UFO researchers. Giggle at the antics of dried up stand up comics and the deathly frail transmissions of 1950s World Service recordings!

    What's This

    What's This

    Live on local radio with the bubbly presenter Darren Pike, Mike Belton is invited to discuss the UFO presence around South England and takes calls from local listeners. It soon becomes apparent their ageing, semi-disabled guest hasn't done the research!

    • 27 min
    Have A Go Hero

    Have A Go Hero

    Mike Belton reflects on his encounter with petty crime in a supermarket. His account of mediocre heroism annoys a random listener, eager to tell a real tale of urban bravery.

    Recorded live over CB radio and entirely improvised.

    • 16 min
    Your Old Pals (Part Nine of The Planet Sweet)

    Your Old Pals (Part Nine of The Planet Sweet)

    Mike Belton is forced to accept the resignation of his close friend Sylvester from the Peacehaven UFO Society (PUS). His young buddy becomes attracted to the bright lights of Saltdean and an ageing local figure, Malcolm, whose rival UFO Society is looking to recruit. Malcolm is eager to get the youthful lad on board.

    The ignorant and ineffectual Sylvester learns some hard lessons as he slowly discovers that Malcolm's intentions have little to do with UFOs and everything to do with "making money".

    Part nine of The Planet Sweet

    • 6 min
    It's Unfortunate, Really (Part Eight of The Planet Sweet)

    It's Unfortunate, Really (Part Eight of The Planet Sweet)

    Mike Belton is forced to accept the resignation of his close friend Sylvester from the Peacehaven UFO Society (PUS). His young buddy becomes attracted to the bright lights of Saltdean and an ageing local figure, Malcolm, whose rival UFO Society is looking to recruit. Malcolm is eager to get the youthful lad on board.

    The ignorant and ineffectual Sylvester learns some hard lessons as he slowly discovers that Malcolm's intentions have little to do with UFOs and everything to do with "making money".

    Part eight of The Planet Sweet

    • 12 min
    Cheeps On The Wireless (Part Seven of The Planet Sweet)

    Cheeps On The Wireless (Part Seven of The Planet Sweet)

    Mike Belton is forced to accept the resignation of his close friend Sylvester from the Peacehaven UFO Society (PUS). His young buddy becomes attracted to the bright lights of Saltdean and an ageing local figure, Malcolm, whose rival UFO Society is looking to recruit. Malcolm is eager to get the youthful lad on board.

    The ignorant and ineffectual Sylvester learns some hard lessons as he slowly discovers that Malcolm's intentions have little to do with UFOs and everything to do with "making money".

    Part seven of The Planet Sweet

    • 7 min
    Are We Getting On

    Are We Getting On

    The final show in this sorry series of debates. Noel Cardigan is absent, likely swigging whisky, as the eccentric Englishman William Gloverman chairs this shocking frenzy. Not so much a debate as an all out disgrace to radio! A special guest speaker's temper effectively ends Cardigan's contract with RTE!

    • 19 min

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