DJTom joins us for the 2nd day in a row. We learn things about many things. BritishWitters has decided to follow Danny Boy on twitter, this leads to many weird things happening. Meanwhile, Leigh is numbing his pain by drinking beer on the air.
Leigh administers the chatroom with forcefullness, but regrets this soon after.
We talk about a documentary featured on the BBC recently.
An Australian man has died during a pie eating contest in a pub just moments after reportedly exclaiming: “Jeez, this chilli pie is hot.” Bruce Holland, 64, a rugby league fan, died during the contest which took place in a local pub in north Queensland on Wednesday evening.
Police in Austria’s Burgenland province say they have charged a man with “disturbing the peace of the dead” after finding 56 skulls and other human skeletal remains in his home.
We talk about scouts for a little while, with woggles and everything.
Leigh is here, and Ben isn’t – nothing new – but good news, Brian is here instead. It’s bloody hot!
BBC Three have been broadcasting a season of films looking at a range of mental health issues affecting young people in Britain today – Leigh decides to highlight one called “Diaries of a Broken Mind”.
From watching the documentary, Leigh has been thinking that maybe he is having issues himself [again]. Meanwhile, Brian has a fact about a cat. Leigh thinks it might be a good idea to continue where the documentary end, and create a shared YouTube account for people to document their own issues with mental health problems. http://scarletsaint.tumblr.com/ | http://www.youtube.com/ScarletSaintOnline
Tory and Tom call in the second hour… Things are discussed.
An employee at an adventure park in Halmstad, western Sweden, has landed herself in hot water after refusing to allow two siblings on a popular aquatic attraction, labelling them ‘too fat’ to ride. Keith Wiens, Retired RCMP, Admits Killing His Wife After Losing Sex Bet On Nintendo Wii Game.