Tune in for a podcast that attempts satire, hi-NRG Breakfast fun and sage comment, and by failing to tick any of those boxes attains a mercurial brilliance. It MAY change your life. You MAY change your socks. You can catch Shaun Keaveny’s Breakfast show every weekday at 7am on 6 Music.
Fri, 24 May 13
7 days remaining
On the final Daily Download of the week Murray Lachlan Young has a poem about the Flaming Lips, Shaun asks who will take over after the human race has moved to a different planet and ponders fun size apples. Also, as it's a Friday, Shaun was after your Middle Aged Shout Outs.
Thu, 23 May 13
6 days remaining
On today's download... Comedian and band leader Alex Horne dropped in to talk about his new show and to give Shaun some advice ahead of Edinburgh. There's another Small Claims Court and Jim Jam Review, and Shaun gets all transcendental with breakfast cereal.
Wed, 22 May 13
5 days remaining
Shaun Keaveny presides over a 'Small Claims' case relating to Chris DeBurgh, Brian Cox tells us how gold is made and in an episode of Crouchenders, Cameron reveals some bad news to his wife.
Tue, 21 May 13
4 days remaining
On today's Daily Download Matt reports on the sad death of The Doors' keyboardist Ray Manzarek. Matt also has an interview with Paul Simonon of The Clash about the band's new box-set. Plus, Shaun puts another listener in the Small Claims Court and has a moment of zen...
Mon, 20 May 13
3 days remaining
On today's Daily Download Matt has music news on the Daft Punk album launch. Shaun talks about cycling, climbing Everest without oxygen and another listener enters the Small Claims Court with tales of Action Man.
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