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'When you oil your Morris Minor, you need to oil your trunnions'

Douglas tells Sean that when he oils his car he needs to remember to oil his trunnions. Sean is baffled by the dry cleaning man. How does he know who owns the clothes?

Douglas tells Sean that when he oils his car he needs to remember to oil his trunnions.
Barbara says a magic wallet is called a Jacob's Ladder. Stretch says it's called a Milkman's Wallet. Davey in Banbridge was trying to impress girls in his Morris Minor, but the wheel came off. Iris in Ballyclare said her bread man sold magazines. Margaret said her bread man used to sell cigarettes, and Theresa's bread man delivered eggs. Sean is baffled by the dry cleaning man. How does he know who owns the clothes? Eileen in Comber still has a vegetable man who comes every Friday at lunchtime. Music from Jeff Beck, Hello, Bette Midler, Albert Hammond, Christie Hennessy, Randy Travis, Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie, and more.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Jeff Beck

    Hi Ho Silver Lining

  • The Nashville Teens

    Tabacco Road

  • New World

    Tom Tom Turn Around

  • Hello

    New York Groove

  • Eric Clapton

    Swing Low Sweet Chariot

  • Bette Midler

    This Ole House

  • The Statler Bros

    Flowers On The Wall

  • Shakin’ Stevens

    Marie Marie

  • Logue & McCool

    Diana

  • Albert Hammond

    It Never Rains In Southern California

  • Stealers Wheel

    Stuck In The Middle With You

  • Randy Travis

    Forever And Ever Amen

  • The O’Kanes

    I Can't Stop My Heart From Loving You

  • Christie Hennessy

    Better That Way

  • Buck Owens

    Close Up The Honky Tonks

  • Gerry & The Pacemakers

    I'll Be There

  • Ricky Nelson

    Travellin' Man

  • Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie

    Red Sun

Broadcast

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