The Blokely Show - SEASON 1
Our podcast began as a pilot and has blossomed into an entire Season. With humour, movies chat and special guest in each episode, you'll never be short of entertainment and diversion.
James York - Founder of Blokely
James York is the owner and founder of Blokely and, true to his ego, he's given himself a chair on The Blokely Show. He is one of only seven Wolverhampton Wanderers fans south of the Thames and idolises Steve Bull. Eager to learn the art of the mic, he'd love nothing more than the chance to play a dose of Eddie Vedder on his brand's site one day. On some weekends, you can find him roaming the streets of South London in a deerstalker looking for Fraggles.
Nat Coombs - The Poor man's Ron Burgundy
With his passion for sports underpinned by his comedic background, Coombs has become one of the leading faces of personality-driven sports entertainment in the UK. He is on the main live presenters on ESPN and he anchors both Major League Baseball and NFL Live on BBC Five Live Sports Xtra. Nat also hosts the popular US Sports show Americarnage and writes columns for both ESPN America and Blokely. His heroes are David Lynch, Jim Henson and John Candy.
TOM PRICE - MIDDLE NAME: "ECLECTIC"
Tom is a comedian, actor, voice-over and writer. He's best known for his part as PC Andy in Torchwood, but has also appeared in various telly shows such as Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Swinging, and Holy Flying Circus. He's regularly gigging around the UK - as a stand-up he was described by Kate Copstick as "A class act". Which was nice. Catch him on twitter: @pricetom.
Harry Holgate - Producer
Harry is the real brains behind The Blokely Show - the producer. While the rest of the team talk and swear, Harry is frantically adjusting the sound and making the entire concept sing. The show pilot went hitch free, thanks to his skills, that is until Harry released he'd forgotten to press "record". Harry is now on probation and barred from using his complimentary Blokely mug for eight tea cycles.
Without the efforts of the full-time editorial team and our extended team of contributors-at-large, we wouldn't be able to talk such gubbins for such a long time. For your listening pleasure, chaps.
A bumper month for releases! It's experience making a comeback. Enjoy a bumper playlist to feast your ears on. Plus, of course, our podcast's record of the month.
Find tracks inspired by artists with new releases out in the month of recording. Lean and deadly, look out for some Olympics inspired tracks, as well as our recommends.