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'They had to tie him to a chair and tape a microphone to his hand'

The Pawnbroker was on holiday and met a former manager of Joe Cocker, who says that one night in Sheffield Joe was so drunk that they had to take some drastic action.

The Pawnbroker was on holiday and met a man who was a former manager of Joe Cocker, and he told them that one night in Sheffield Joe was so drunk that they had to take some drastic action and then tell the band to play very loud so that he would waken up on stage.

Paddy was asked the time by his wife last night, and he said something he hasn't said in a long time: 'It's half past a freckle'. John says in Ballycastle they used to say 'Ten past the tail of my shirt'.

Terry in Strabane asks why we say 'fit to be tied'.

What jeans were advertised by the Jeans On song?

Sean never takes a radio on holiday but thanks everyone who does. Joe in Armagh tells Sean not to be a muppet because no one brings a radio with them on holiday, they bring their phone to listen to. Sean says he doesn't have a mobile phone and Sammy in Belfast asks if he has a colour TV.

Music from Boney M, Kylie Minogue, Village People, Terry Young, Dominic Kirwan and more.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Boney M.

    It's A Holi-Holiday

  • Kylie Minogue

    The Loco Motion

  • Village People

    YMCA

  • Anne Murray

    Snowbird

  • Willie Nelson

    there'll Be No Teardrops Tonight

  • Erasure

    Oh L'Armour

  • Crosby, Stills & Nash

    Marrakesh Express

  • George Ezra

    Budapest

  • Neil Diamond

    Song Song blue

  • Bruce Springsteen

    Jesse James

  • Tami Lynn

    I'm gonna Run Away From You

  • Christy Moore

    The Voyage

  • Glen Campbell

    Southern Nights

  • Chas & Dave

    When Two World's Collide

  • Elvis Presley

    The Wonder Of You

  • Dominic Kirwan

    Noreen Bawn

  • Imelda May

    Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

  • Dolly Parton

    Applejack

Broadcast

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