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** fortheloveofglasgow.blogspot.com ** top-ten-glasgow-guide.com ** As famously listened to by Ricky Gervais of the much better Ricky Gervais Podcast you'll no doubt have downloaded before this, here's a gut-busting glass of Scottish humour in Glasgow Scotland, in the official Scottish comedy podcast of the Top Ten Glasgow Guide, featuring the tragicomic collective voice of Scott Docherty and Alan Macdonald, two heterosexual Glaswegians living some sort of 'life' in Glasgow. All messages of love to -
fortheloveofglasgowpodcast@gmail.com

For the Love of G...lasgow: A Dram of Scottish Humour & the Finest Glasgow Comedy Podcast Scott Docherty of Top Ten Glasgow Guide and Award-Winning Scottish Comedian Alan Macdonald

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    • 4.8 • 18 Ratings

** fortheloveofglasgow.blogspot.com ** top-ten-glasgow-guide.com ** As famously listened to by Ricky Gervais of the much better Ricky Gervais Podcast you'll no doubt have downloaded before this, here's a gut-busting glass of Scottish humour in Glasgow Scotland, in the official Scottish comedy podcast of the Top Ten Glasgow Guide, featuring the tragicomic collective voice of Scott Docherty and Alan Macdonald, two heterosexual Glaswegians living some sort of 'life' in Glasgow. All messages of love to -
fortheloveofglasgowpodcast@gmail.com

    The Twenty Sixth: "Ressurection"

    The Twenty Sixth: "Ressurection"

    The Twenty Sixth: "Resurrection". After a short break of one year, we're back. This time around there's no songs, no jingles, no social networking, all of it put to one side to make way for even more of our "unique" brand of "comedy" banter. After a year of heavy research we've enough material at the very least to celebrate St. Andrew and his pretty ironic cross, and on the subject of crosses, call for the crucifixion of some Scottish referees. Back with a vengeance are the usual reviews and dead celebrity poetry, including the new Stoppable movie and a bit about Bruce Forsyth's saga. To be frank, the usual pointless drivel as we rehash old material and try to remember how to speak after a year of thankful silence. Enjoy, and send us some new messages of hope to fortheloveofglasgowpodcast@gmail.com.

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    Our Rosie [Flickr]

    Our Rosie [Flickr]

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    Our Rosie, the winner of our podcast competition!

    The Twenty Fifth: "Bushmonkey"

    The Twenty Fifth: "Bushmonkey"

    The Twenty Fifth: "Bushmonkey". 'This is it', as they famously say. After an honest fortnight's break comes our Quarter of a Century Episode, and to celebrate we take you painstakingly through a 12-part quiz (well, 12-ish anyway) on how our pointless little show has changed the world since it was yanked screaming from a womb barren, oh so barren of classic gold comedy. Featured in this one is much insightful nonsense on crazy millionaire Marlon King, the toothloined Mohandas Karamchand Ghandi, each and every one of the X-Factor contestants and their leering, flash-prone stalkers, and a bit about Guy Fawkes that we may have cut and pasted from last year's Bonfire episode. We also mourn the passing of a certain young Mr. Gately and invite you to take part in our new competition to win 300 gold dust sydney Devine tickets. Our music this week comes courtesy of the up and coming Pocket Gods (www.myspace.com/thepocketgods), so strap yourself in and we'll definitely see you once again in a 'fortnight'.

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    WWF Panda [Flickr]

    WWF Panda [Flickr]

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    The WWF Panda taking its revenge!

    The Twenty Fourth: "Rats"

    The Twenty Fourth: "Rats"

    The Twenty Fourth: "Rats". As we wind down our first full day in cyberspace (OK, so that's sweeping to one side the fact that most of our shows last less than an hour, so really, even though this is the 24th episode, there's not been 24 hours worth of material, certainly not comedy material anyway, and also the fact that for each of these 24 episodes it's taken us at least 8 solid hours of yapping, weeping and editing to get the show down to less than an hour, so really for us, taking all that time into consideration, in fact we're in our 3rd year of doing this whole shambles of a tragic podcast), we talk about stuff. Stuff like crippled rats, extinctified pandas, the Strictly Come Dancing versus X Factor drama, the ever-poetic deaths of Patrick Swayze and Keith Floyd, and the fact-based fact that Ricky Gervais revealed live on air on TV and everything that he listens to this show. The rising-like-yeast-on-speed Shimmer play for us once again, back by popular demand (www.myspace.com/shimmeruk), and thanks for tuning in. As usual, send us your own nonsense to fortheloveofglasgowpodcast@googlemail.com.

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    Map of Europe [Flickr]

    Map of Europe [Flickr]

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    Who do you think you are kidding Mr. Hitler?

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Rob in London ,

A very nice podcast

This is a wonderful, warm and funny podcast that has given me many hours of listening enjoyment. While I am stuck in the hinterlands of London it is always a pleasure to hear about life and events in Glasgow, particularly the fantastic football that is in Glasgow, of which I am a supporter. Even though such favourite players of mine such as Shunsuke Nakamura, Artur Boruc and Aiden McGeady no longer play in that city, I still enjoy the sport there and apprecite hearing those who, like me, support a football team in Glasgow.

Magnificent79 ,

Not real Glasgow humour

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JoeRRS ,

Good 1

allrite scott, been sittin in the office the last couple of days listen to all the podcasts and you 2 are mad kept me ammused being stuck out here in the sandpit with nothing but boring old english guys.
Joe

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