10-minute weekly podcasts about the often bizarre experiences of a British expat in Greece
The Audiobook of the Book of the Podcast – Episode 17 of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series
Yes, it’s back! Nearly four years since my last ‘A Kilo of String’ podcast episode, I’ve finally got round to recording a new one. What have I been doing for the past three years and nine months? Audiobook? What audiobook? … Continue reading →
Unjust Causes and Non-Impediments – Episode Sixteen of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series
Who’s wrong to be right? What was the Great Envelope Controversy? Was this a marriage made in Milton Keynes? What’s this in my yoghourt? Is this the end? Listen to the podcast to find the answers to these and many … Continue reading →
Cold Off the Press – Episode Fifteen of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series
Who’s been roasting chestnuts on an open fire? Who’s had their electricity cut off? Can deep-fried Mars bars be good for you? What do people do with all that olive oil? Listen to the podcast to find the answers to … Continue reading →
Taxing Times on Terra Firma – Episode Fourteen of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series
Anyone for a coup? Can it pay not to get married? Why is giving blood good for your holiday entitlement? Who’s not leaving on a jet plane? What exactly are they imputing? Listen to the podcast to find the answers … Continue reading →
Unlucky for Some – Episode Thirteen of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series
Why is spitting sometimes good for you? How do you get rid of unwelcome guests? How many lives does a Greek cat have? Who put something unpleasant in the Dowager Duchess’s corset? Listen to the podcast to find the answers … Continue reading →
Play It Again, Samaras – Episode Twelve of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series
Who was ‘European Politician of the Year’ in 2012? Who got their sums seriously wrong? Who says Germans don’t have a sense of humour? What have you done with my leest? What’s a fiscal multiplier got to do with it? … Continue reading →
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What happened to Elgar?
Wonderful, dry, laconic look at life of a Brit expat in Greece.......Its the missing Ed Reardon tapes...... Rob Johnson is hidding a love for Greece and the Greek way of life under a thick scowl.
Really worth a listen.
Elements of good old Python silliness combined with intellectual political debate. Ten minutes if really good light hearted distraction. The author has a good name too :)
These just keep getting more and more brilliant
These podcasts are just so funny. The last one I had to stop the player as I was laughing so much. Wonderful characters and humour that just keeps taking me by surprise.