A comedy radio show set in a post-apocalyptic UK wasteland. Join your hosts Dave and Fog on Good Vibes - a light entertainment show - attempting to bring a bit of hope and cheer to the wasteland. Unfortunately, a rampant influx of angry mutants, psychotic musicians, alien invasions and vicious vegetables means things never quite go to plan...
Also on Gamma Radio: Join Miserable Albert for Happy Hour, in which Albert tells stories of his unfortunate life and plays a song from a wide variety of wasteland bands.
I Suppose You Could Call It Music - The Gamma Radio Album Trailer
This album is a collection of 23 songs from Gamma Radio. You can hear new and improved versions of some of your favourites - every song has been remixed, and many have even been re-recorded. Songs that were performed 'live' on the show have been reimagined as full studio versions (such as 'Stick It Up Uranium' by Banger and Mash and 'Bringing Sexy Belly Back' by our very own Fog). There's even a brand new song by Gary Baldy - 'The Ghost of Petunia Dank', which has never been released before!
Please help keep Gamma Radio alive and get yourself a copy!
You can buy the album from our website, or from Bandcamp. https://www.gamma-radio.co.uk/shop https://gammaradio.bandcamp.com/releases
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S3 E7 - Pursuit - Part 2 - Good Vibes with Dave and Fog
Here it is, listeners, the final part of the series finale (somehow)! Will Fog and Dave escape the clutches of the Vespula Vulgaris cult? Who on earth is the alchemist? And what is the secret of the villainous Waspiarchy? Tune in to find out!
We've finally gotten around to creating a group for all things Gamma Radio, where we can talk to you and let you know what's happening with the show, our future plans, and to make Very Special Announcements... Join us in Mog's Bar!
S3 E6 - Pursuit - Part 1 - Good Vibes with Fog and Dave
In Part 1 of our series finale, Fog and Dave are on the run. Pursued by rabid cultists after their blood, our intrepid DJs encounter many oddities along the way. Including a giant land snail, a cyborg and a town full of raiders...
S3 E5 - Imposters - Good Vibes with Dave and Fog
Fog and Dave are back in the studio... again! But all is not well... The villainous Vespula Vulgaris have taken over the airwaves. Can our hapless DJs keep their identities concealed from a bloodthirsty wasp queen, her murderous worshippers, and a mysterious stranger? Can Dave hold down his dinner during another one of Fog's undercooked plays?
S3 E4 - The Haunting - Good Vibes with Dave and Fog
Spooks! Ghouls! Banshees! Demons! It's Terrifying Tuesday at the Lower Spittle Railway Station! Dave investigates by joining a ghost tour with renowned medium Kreed Kafer, whilst Fog makes a dodgy deal with the railway master...
S3 E3 - The Limpet Games - Good Vibes with Dave and Fog
Wasteland ‘charity’ Vespula Vulgaris have organised the biggest gathering the Wasteland has ever seen, in order to find the strongest, the fastest, and the fittest citizens of the wasteland. With the 93 meters sprint (the tape measure snapped), swamp diving, and the Giant Scorpion Dressage competition - what could possibly go wrong? Find out today in the Gamma Radio Limpet Games special!
You’ll Laugh; They’ll Cry
A delightfully silly and fun experience! This show expertly blends the post-apocalyptic dystopian genre with hilarious satire.
I will make it my job to get people to listen to this.
Having a dark post apocalyptic podcast of my own, I love everything about this show. It's hilarious, fast paced nonsense that is so authentically British. If an uncensored version of Monty Python mated with the Wasteland...it would give birth to this majestic comedy. Well, well done. BRB...I need to hell from the rooftop that you need more reviews.
Funny, Yet Radioactive
I have been listening to Dave and Fog for some time now and I greatly enjoy their unusual combination of humor, music, and dangerous levels of radiation. I tried listening with a full protective suit on (including a lead bib over my middle; I stole it from my dentist), but I found it difficult to get my earbuds on past my helmet. Never mind that. It's a funny show, I love their songs (many of which I hum to myself later) and simply loved all of seasons 1, 2, and their many clever miniepisodes with Miserable Albert. I can't wait for them to return so I can tweet them images of my many fascinating radiation-induced mutations.