A Bishops Cleave?

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More? You want more?  Want sort of sad, masochistic fool are you?  Well, don’t say we didn’t warn you but if you ask then you get and it’s now time for Episode 31 of the Pie at Night Podcast.  “A Bishop’s Cleave?”

Packed full of content, we rejoin Jimmy, Alan, Chris and Ian in the Royal Oak, more oiled and hemmed in by prosecco princesses they’re ready to talk transfers, summer jobs,TV, food disasters and maybe even some football as well, including a return to the WAFC Emporium of S**te to see what bargains are to be had.


“A Bishop’s Cleave” is available in all the usual places, Our Soundcloud page, on iTunes  or by searching on your preferred podcast app.  You can also get it on our brand spanking new AudioBoom page, or if you like it here, by clicking play on the oozamawhossit below…


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You can find the latest episode of the Pie at Night Podcast on ITunes, on Stitcher or by searching for us in your favourite podcast App. You could also pop along to our SoundCloud site where you can find all our episodes. Or you could just use the player below. Give it a go, we might go on a bit, but you might enjoy it.
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