I've been seeing more and more of people getting into podcasts and broadcasting programs, so which ones do you like?
Personally, Im a HUGE fan of JohnJay and Rich (www.johnjayandrich.com). You have JohnJay, the momma's boy who is a dad, and Rich, a Catholic that use to do cartoon voices, with Kyle, the median to all the crazy. Seriously, these guys are crazy!
I only subscribe to two: The Chris Moyles Show weekly podcast and Scott Mills daily podcast from Radio 1 in the UK. I used to listen to the shows most days, but can't at the moment so I subscribe to those podcasts.
Last park: Oakwood (Pembrokeshire, UK) - 16th Aug 2014 Next park: Legoland Windsor, UK - 30th Aug 2014 Next trip: Orlando - 14th Sept to 28th Sept 2014
^ I used to listen to coasterradio, but mike is just not funny or Edhy enough, and the shows not interesting enough. I do listen to the season pass for informationh/interviews and in the loop for the entertainment and coaster stuff, and I like long podcasts. I am currently looking for podcasts and I am starting to listen to keith and the girl which is an awesome comedy podcast.
Future listener of the Robb Alvey and Coasterboy show. For those of you who dont get this you need to listen to the april fools episode of in the loop last year. Robb was like an ewntire group of comedians and in about 45 minutes robb will become your hero.
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