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Jane Long Jane Long | 19:17 UK time, Friday, 2 October 2009

Not entered Adam and Joe's amazing Electric Proms competition yet? Hop to it! You've got until 14 October to get your videos in...


But if you don't fancy joining the boys on stage, don't despair - there is another option! Buckules and Sexy are setting up camp at the Roundhouse for an hour of Song Wars fun on 22 October. There'll be videos, live performances and of course, the Song Wars competition winners. And you could be there! To enter the ticket draw all you have to do is visit the BBC Tickets website by 1700 on Friday 9 October, enter your details and keep your fingers crossed...


Good luck!


  • Comment number 1.


    Are your painstakingly crafted emails and texts relegated to the BIN?

    Do you start to faintly resent anyone else who's email gets read out?

    Feeling a post-show depression?

    Have strange chunks of time gone missing from your life? ( 3 hours, about 9-12? )

    Do you feel emotionally manipulated into doing socially controversial things that you want to resist but you just cant seem to break free?

    Do you find yourself thinking, “This isn’t right, I shouldn’t be placing a pan on my head at 9:15 in the morning?”...

    If the answer is yes to all the above questions, you might be suffering from ‘Long-Term Cult Indoctrination (L.T.C.I).


    These are very common symptoms experienced by many victims of ‘Long-Term Cult Indoctrination (L.T.C.I.).

    Competing for affection, through a system of ‘Trials’ and ‘Stages’ (sometimes in established groups called ‘Squads’ and 'Competitions') is one of the many tools used by cult leaders to elicit pliability, a sense of unity and obedience from their victims.

    Adam and Joe have been on the top tier the Metropolotian Police list of highly dangerous individuals since 2007. Nearly tens of hundreds of people have been their victims. Be warned.


    Support groups like the L.T.C.I Action Aid Unit are out there and can help you deal with any level of brain washing you might be under.

    You are not alone.

    Contact The L.T.C.I.A.A.U to help you break free of your emotional bondage and go back to your family, your loved ones in bed, your life in general Pan-hat free. Speak to other vicitims and share your stories.


  • Comment number 2.

    It's about time someone put a stop to their reign of terror. Although, I do chuckle. Am I partly responsible? I am. I am a cog in the evil clock that is Adam and Joe's self-aggrandising game of listener 'to-the-death' text matching and overly complicated 'competitions', which, by the very nature of the prize, are intended for bored students in London!

    Note to editor... that was a confused and overloaded metaphor. It makes no sense. This is probably why I don't get my texts read out. Thus Ad and Joe are innocent! The internet... it all happened so quickly!

    (This response can be found in a similar form on other communication forums)

  • Comment number 3.

    Innocent? They egg us onward and upward.

    All that implicit 'this is not a competition' stuff. OF COURSE its a competition!

    My poor fragile eggshell brain is cracking under the pressure of all this interactivity.

  • Comment number 4.

    It's revolution then.

    The Saltman is first against the wall.

    (Possible Solution: The BBC could give them another show on a Sunday. On air for as long as it takes to get through all listener communications. Wouldn't take too long for this new competition eh? Ha ha ha HAAA! *and rest*)

  • Comment number 5.

    I'm annoyed because I'm part way through doing my competition entry and someone else has done one almost EXACTLY the same as what I am working on. :( I might still finish it but it will be a bit unoriginal now. Oh well I should have done it faster I guess!

  • Comment number 6.

    Could you film it again with your clothes on back to front? - I bet that would swing it!!

  • Comment number 7.

    This is a sanctioned interjection by quiet squadron.

    We stand for all thi.... I've said too much.

  • Comment number 8.

    MsInvisble, film it naked, that should light up their pubescent senses of fun.

  • Comment number 9.

    I'm posting this in the wrong place, cos there's nowhere else to put it, but Thank you thank you thank you A&J for that the best little podcast outro ever. I wanted more of Treading on the fairy, but it probably would have killed me. If anyone noticed a car in New Zealand with two people in tears laughing, that was us. Sorry if we ran over your dog/goat/gran, but A&J made us do it.

    And they swear more on the radio here too, and like Aus. the kids are more polite. I'm in trouble now, I've compared the Kiwis to the Aussies.

    Ooh, just to make it relevant, I think all your entries are fantastic, but I vote for the wonderful harmonies of the Cornish ladies or the chap on the loo (Ben I think). He was full of fantasticness.

  • Comment number 10.

    Oh, and as a reward, I'm going to send you (A&J, not Ben) a little story about petty officiousness (word? not sure, sounds good anyway) that will make your bloods boil.

  • Comment number 11.

    Did anyone get lucky with their tix?

  • Comment number 12.

    @ webname - I was wondering the same thing - if anyone has heard that the ticket ballot has been carried out can they post on here, please? The lack of contact makes me think I didn't get a ticket :(

  • Comment number 13.

    People have started Tweeting about their tix - looks like it's done.

  • Comment number 14.

    I have been chosen! The claw, the claw!

  • Comment number 15.

    Hey all, have an amazing time at the prom-prom-proms today. I am so jealous!! I didn’t even apply because I couldn’t come, two trips to London in a fortnight sadly just not do-able for me, I’m already going to see Grizzly Bear next week! (I may attempt Stephenage. For goodness’ sake, reply if you’re there too or I’ll feel like a complete idiothole. I’ll do the same for you!)

    Hope we can see some of what goes on, here on the web at some point?

    I’ll eat some chill cake / chocolate / whatever the station has to offer, at the appropriate time, and think of you all. ENVY!


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