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David Baddiel and his mate Tim Hincks talk all things David Bowie. They spin out from there to anything and everything that’s funny, quizzical, and vaguely related to Bowie, or music, or their own mid-life crises. It’s a bit niche: Absolute Beginners won’t get it. You see? The ones who got that reference are smiling smugly. And others are thinking: I shan’t listen to that then.
 
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In this episode of Stalking Time for the Moon Boys, Tim and David talk all things from cold showers listening to Bowie's shortest (so it seemed) track, to the shortest songs of all time, Bowie's secret lyrics, his bippity boppity hat all the way to Tim's creation of 'Uncle Love' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Its a new series of Stalking Time for the Moon Boys and David and Tim are back in the shed and it is Tim's birthday, where they are chatting about David's brother Terry, Dodgy Bowie memorabilia, David Bowie's seduction techniques on Tina Turner and stories from Tim & David's youth See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode of Stalking Time for the Moon Boys, David and Tim are reunited at a social distance. The duo discuss everything from David's air-con urinal, being bored of music and how all the presenters on Gardeners' Question Time have names related to the garden. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode of STFTMBs David talks about how lockdown has led him to take part in, as he describes as ‘non-Jewish’ activities, such as jet-washing his car and mowing his lawn. The duo are clearly missing the pub as they chat about the phenomena of how pubs store soft drinks. They also discuss the baby gurgle sound in Bowie’s ‘Magic Dance’ and w…
 
In this episode of STFTMBs David and Tim ask big science questions (listeners—please note they do not attempt to answer them). Tim tests David’s knowledge of music and the duo discuss opportune jokes and dog poo. It’s also the first time in STFTMB’s history that the man who the podcast is actual about is not mentioned once… See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
This week’s episode gets off to a good start with David forgetting the title of the podcast. Tim tells us how his Peloton is telling him ‘2020 will be your year’ and David talks about the VR exercises he’s been doing at home. The duo also chat about an anagram of Corona Virus and Worthing’s art mural of Bowie in a face mask. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
In this episode of STFTMB’s the duo discuss un-made beds and the phenomenon of sleeping or ‘going flat’ as they call it. They also talk about Monsieur Mangetout and his unusual diet of indigestible objects and Jamiroquai reworking of Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’ to a lockdown parody song. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode of STFTMB’s David and Tim dissect the ‘Happy Days’ theme song. Tim tells us about how at the age of 17, in the shower, he discovered the meaning of happiness. The pair go on to chat about poppadoms and dish nomenclature. And they wrap up the episode with their own cover of Bowie’s ‘Five Years’, changing the lyrics in line with the c…
 
In this episode of Stalking Time David discusses his culinary skills—or lack thereof. Tim gets a phone call from his Daughter Ava. David comes clean about his obsession with Tim and the duo discuss the similarities between the Grange Hill theme song and Bowie’s ‘Yassassin’ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
It may be a new year but the Moon Boys still open with the same old terrible intro—some things will never change. In this episode the duo discuss everything from Christmas songs, Sandra Mckenzie voice in the Bodyform advert as well as taking a look at a David Bowie children’s book. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We’re back and we’re calling it season four of STFTMB’s! In this episode, David and Tim ‘unrebrand’ the podcast and remain faithful as the Moon Boys. They discuss Bowie’s relationship with both Elton and Paul McCartney. In classic STFTMB’s they also chat about flies and how David Blaine went to the toilet when the magician lived in a glass box. See…
 
In this final episode of STFTMBs (as we know it) David and Tim confirm the podcasts re-brand and introduce Baddiel’s Bollocks. The duo discuss the listeners reactions to the re-brand on Twitter and talk about the changes they’ll make to the podcasts picture. David discusses his fear of the end and Tim talks about his self-help book. See acast.com/p…
 
We’re back for two more STFTMBs episodes before our exciting re-brand. In this episode David and Tim discuss Tim’s bald head, the glass half full or half empty predicament and the awkward experience of not knowing someone’s name. David also tells Tim about his experience as a contestant on Taskmaster. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
In part 2 of STFTMB’s Rhys Thomas special, the trio talk about their encounters with celebrities, football and the expression ‘shit and sugar’. Bowie is mentioned when they talk about his album covers and live appearances. David also draws a comparison to Madonna's performance at Eurovision and Frank Muir’s ‘everyone’s a fruit and nutcase’. See aca…
 
This week Tim and David are joined by special guest Rhys Thomas. The trio discuss Rhys’ deep love of Queen and the various collaborations Bowie did with Freddie Mercury, as well as the not so obvious similarities they share with Vanilla Ice. This episode is Part One of the STFTMB’s Rhys Thomas Special. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
This week’s episode of STFTMBs is described by David as ‘very very Bowie’. The duo discuss an instance where Bowie tells his audience to be quite. They also chat about Bowie breaking up his band, which is followed by a discussion about Bowie’s live albums. They also revisit last weeks Jacob’s cream cracker conversation (so, not all strictly Bowie).…
 
In this week’s episode of STFTMBs, David and Tim go back to last week’s discussion on Bowie’s 'Breaking Glass’ with new knowledge that Bowie was drawing pentagrams on the carpet. The duo also chat about their experience of young love and rejection and Tim asks David a very important question: ‘How do you eat boiled eggs?’ The episode ends with a cr…
 
This week’s episode of STFTMBs promises the most extraordinarily hilarious first five minutes of podcast history (ever). The Stalking Boys discuss what Bowie could have drawn on the carpet from the lyrics ‘don’t look at the carpet, from ‘Breaking Glass’. The duo also talk about the SNL Lorne Michael’s interview with the Beatles and draw comparisons…
 
In this week’s episode of Stalking Time for the Moonboys, Tim and David discuss everything from Moira Stuart burping on the news, flattering compliments of Tim on STFTMBs twitter page and Bowie’s Glasgow ‘stand up’. They also chat about the particular voice of a 70s popstar—which leads on to David attempting several accents. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
This week in Stalking Time for the Moon Boys, David and Tim make a bet that David can play Tim a Bowie song he has never heard before…The duo also discuss Bowie’s rare on stage banter and David recounts an experience that haunts him to this day of a joke falling flat in front of his peers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Tim and David are joined by the legendary John O’Farrell. The trio discuss how Bowie influenced John’s early identity; which included naming his dog after the star. They also discuss Bowie’s failure’s and his road to success, whilst speculating what could have been... This episode is Part One of the STFTMB’s John O’Farrell Special. See ac…
 
In this episode of Stalking Time for the Moonboys, David and Tim talk about their favourite Indian curries and then go on to discuss the wider chicken industry. Bowie is mentioned somewhere when the duo discuss Woody Woodmansey’s checklist for working with the star. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We’re back and we’re calling it season three of STFTMB’s! In this episode, Tim sees what happens when he googles “David B”, the duo discuss Bing Crosby and Bowie’s ‘The Little Drummer Boy’ and David tells a story about Bowie and a threesome. They then go on to chat about Bowie and seduction and their own teen crushes. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
In this episode, the Moon Boys discuss everything from David’s dentist, to novelty songs, to Coco the Clowns contribution to Bowie. The duo are also on the hunt for a psychic to find out what Bowie thinks about the podcast…because obviously he’s listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In Part Two of STFTMB’s Ricky Gervais Special, the trio talk about Bowie and Food, Ricky’s musical influence and Bowie’s haircuts. The latter follows on to a conversation about their own hair (or lack thereof). Ricky also takes part in Tim’s favourite internet quiz to decipher which Bowie album he is. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
This week David and Tim are joined by the legendary Ricky Gervais. Super-fan and friend, Ricky, recounts experiences he had with Bowie that would excite any fan. The trio also discuss Bowie and Ricky’s teeth, a dinner party at Paul McCartney’s house and the most potentially awkward toilet selfie. This episode is Part One of the STFTMB’s Ricky Gerva…
 
In this episode of Stalking Time for the Moon Boys, David and Tim are briefly joined by Peter and Leo Fincham. The group discuss Bowie’s relationships with other artists and come to the conclusion no one can say no to Bowie. The pair then go on to discuss everything from Deal or No Deal, to pets, to David’s ex-girlfriend hilarious encounter with Th…
 
David Baddiel tries to understand global trade.With trade in the headlines - from both Brexit and President Trump - David is keen to understand how world trade works (or doesn't), and where the World Trade Organisation fits in. With help from Dr. Meredith Crowley, an expert in international trade and trade policy at Cambridge University, and Chris …
 
This week Tim and David are joined by the legendary Jonathan Ross. The trio discuss Jonathan’s hilarious encounter with Bowie involving a sainbury’s bag, Jonathan describes himself as a selfish Bowie fan and Baddiel recounts an awkard encounter he had with David Morrisey. This episode is Part One of the STFTMB’s Jonathan Ross Special. See acast.com…
 
David Baddiel tries to understand how the fashion industry works: what makes things fashionable?David is challenged by a listener from Wigan to explain why, when he needed to attend a family party a few years ago, the only trousers available to buy then were pleated. This sets David off on an unlikely quest to Paris Fashion Week to find the answer.…
 
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