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The KUMB.com Podcast with Billy Bonds: Part II

Filed: Tuesday, 22nd October 2013
By: Staff Writer

The Knees up Mother Brown podcast is back with a bang - and available for download now...

The award-winning KUMB.com podcast, produced and presented by Chris Scull and James Longman is produced on a weekly basis and available to download either directly from Knees up Mother Brown (see below) or via iTunes.

For this week's episode - our ninth of season two - West Ham United legend Billy Bonds joins us for the second part of our exclusive interview in which he discusses - amongst other things - Keith Hackett, the Olympic Stadium and an old friend called Harry Redknapp.

Bonds: Time to set the record straight

Current Episode

*Listen to Series 2, Episode 9 of the KUMB.com Podcast...

...or download the episode from iTunes (running time 20 minutes, recorded in mp3 format) or via KUMB.com (right click and select 'Save As...').

Series 2 Episodes

Episode 8: All Hail King Billy (Part I) [link]
Episode 7: False Nine, True Grit [link]
Episode 6: To Hull and Back [link]
Episode 5: Let the Speaker Speak [link]
Episode 4: Saints & Sinners [link]
Episode 3: Stoke Choker [link]
Episode 2: More Tomfoolery [link]
Episode 1: The Boys are Back in Town [link]

Series 1 Episodes

Episode 10: The KUMB Readers Awards [link]
Episode 9: Going, going, gone! [link]
Episode 8: Games Galore [link]
Episode 7: Baggies Routed [link]
Episode 6: A Tale of Two Tonys [link]
Episode 5: Beware the Slide of March [link]
Episode 4: Almost There [link]
Episode 3: The Bobby Moore Special [link]
Episode 2: One Out Of Three Ain't Great [link]
Episode 1: New Year, New Podcast [link]

* Our thanks go to Radioville for allowing us the use of their studio facilities.

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The Podcast Q&A

What is a podcast?
A podcast is a type of digital media consisting of an episodic series of audio files subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication or streamed online to a computer or mobile device.

How can I listen to it?
Simply click on the 'play' button in our media player above, or select the following link to download the file from iTunes.

How can I get involved?
If you would like to be considered for a guest spot in our podcast please drop us a line at editor @ kumb.com and let us know why you think you'd be a worthy addition to the team.

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