Hey! The latest episode of West Midlands Hospital Radio is here. And it is pure sauce.
This week, in spite of public demand we break out of the broom cupboard, haul down our underthings and head south for the sexual health centre. Welcome, unexpectedly early, to the season finale of my radio career.
What can you expect? Well, we’ve got more forgotten songs, more massive name dropping, and more drippy, droopy utterly grotty jesus Christ I can’t un-see it sex bombs than the new Moby autobiography. There's ethereal venereal chillwave, a planned parenthood pop punk party and…. yes a little bit of Johnny B Goode.
This being sexual health week, you can expect some strong language and a lot of material intended for more mature audiences… but, you know, also ‘My Nuts’ by the Fat Boys. Wait! Come back!
Back once again with the ill behaviour – It’s West Midlands Hospital Radio! The nation’s number-one medically themed indie rock radio show.
Tonight’s show is one for the heads. We’re leaving affairs of the heart behind us and getting cerebral. That’s right! It’s brain week here at St Vincent’s and we let Pavlov’s dogs out with all sorts of neurological, psychological, sort of logical sounds: Pink Freud, Lisa Lobe, the sound of neuroscience. If that all sounds a bit, well, difficult, I assure you it’s not brain surgery… oh, wait…
The thrill-a-minute 3rd episode of West Midlands Hospital Radio, the nation’s top medically themed indie rock podcast is here. The only show that knows the quickest way to your heart is a unilateral incision on the upper left region of the sternum.
This week we career down to the cardio wing for 2hrs of serious heartcore. We’ve got pulsating punk jams, pumping pop songs, big beating bangers that’ll take your breath away quicker than a pulmonary embolism. We’ve got full hearts, broken hearts, bleeding hearts & the band Heart. Essentially, for 120 mins we are Heart fm. Except slightly less depressing. It’s marginal, but at least you’re not stuck in a taxi, already hungover, choking on the fug of Febreeze and the sound of Simply Red.