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Hello everyone…

People have been wondering where PBaM is. All the old episodes are here on Soundcloud. Sorry if you’re using iTunes. Hopefully we’ll be back around once we’re back from filming this series of Badults. Until then…

Eddie Pepitone and David O’Doherty join Pappy’s for a very merry festive special recorded at the Galway Festival back in October. Unwrap it and you will find many yuletide goodies within, including… David discovering a new talent, Eddie lying about eggnog, Ben and Tom really hitting rock bottom with their opening gambits, Matthew leading the audience in a lot of singing and one team going into minus figures.

Sally Grosart has come up with some brilliant artwork, so do visit her website www.weepaperpeople.co.uk and follow her on Twitter too: @scallyg

If you want to give us a Christmas present, then what we’d love is the gift of exposure. Help us spread the word about the show: tweet about it, enthuse on Facebook, comment on iTunes… or why make a loved one the offering of all 18 and a half hours of Flatslam in existence (just put the URL comedy.co.uk/pfs into a Christmas card - sure it’ll look cheap, but they’ll thank you for it eventually).

Please do also ‘like’ our Facebook page, follow Pappy’s and Producer Ben on Twitter @pappystweet @_ben_walker and visit Pappy’s Tumblr.

http://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/flatshare_slamdown/

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A very cheap looking video advertising the NEW festive edition of Flatshare Slamdown. We recorded this ep in Galway in October in front of a very confused crowd who didn’t know the podcast and (understandably) weren’t feeling all that festive. It features the awesome talents of David O’Doherty and Eddie Pepitone.

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If you are missing Bangers and Mash here’s an interview with us that where we chat about school. 

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In episode two of the Shambles podcast Harry catches up with Pappys before they take the stage at the Soho theatre to perform Last Show Ever.

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Series 4, Episode 4 (Hoover): Andi Osho and Matt Edmonson join Pappy’s for the last episode in the series, recorded at the Phoenix Fringe festival! Within it you will find Matthew ripping off a much more famous panel game, Tom and Ben musically ripping off one of the most important rock bands ever, Matt ripping off his clothes (in story form) and Andi almost having her hair ripped off. We can’t extend the ‘ripping off’ analogy as far as the beef, which involves a cat.

Again, we are lucky enough to have some superlative show art courtesy of Sally Grosart. You should definitely check out her website here and follow her on Twitter too: @scallyg http://www.weepaperpeople.co.uk

If you want to be our best pal, then please help us spread the word about the show: tweet about it, enthuse on Facebook, comment on iTunes or tattoo the website url onto your forehead.

Please do also ‘like’ our Facebook page, follow Pappy’s and Producer Ben on Twitter @pappystweet @_ben_walker and visit Pappy’s Tumblr. Also, do check out Pappy’s excellent new BBC3 sitcom Badults.

http://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/flatshare_slamdown/

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Series 4, Episode 3 (Washing Up): Paul F. Tompkins and Elis James join Pappy’s at the Soho Theatre in a very fun episode indeed! In it Paul shows off an unexpected British accent, Elis reveals his underwhelming impersonation skills, Ben uses the word Flibbertigibbet, Tom exposes his uncanny inability to rhyme and Matthew becomes a one-man jukebox (for a minute or two and then stops). The beef confusingly comes from a man called Laurie and is about a woman called Ron.

The show illustration comes courtesy of the pen / hand / mind / computer of Roger Wade. We think it is brilliant - if you agree then you can find his website at rogerwadeart.com and follow him on Twitter too: @RogerWadeArt

If you want to be a true champ, then please help us spread the word about the show: tweet about it, enthuse on Facebook, comment on iTunes or just hire one of those airplanes to write a message about it in the sky.

Please do also ‘like’ our Facebook page, follow Pappy’s and Producer Ben on Twitter @pappystweet @_ben_walker and visit Pappy’s Tumblr. Also, do check out Pappy’s excellent new BBC3 sitcom Badults.

http://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/flatshare_slamdown/

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Series 4, Episode 2 (Garden): Aisling Bea and Lloyd Langford join Pappy’s in a green-fingered second episode of the new series! Recorded at the ARGComFest in July it contains several revelations - including… what does Aisling want to plug? what is Lloyd’s second job? who is the voice of Tom’s internal monologue? what is Ben’s solution to conflict in Israel? what does Matthew say that provokes fervent booing? Also within you’ll finding singing, an accordion (thanks to Martin White!), an underwhelming weight-based game and a toothpastey Beef courtesy of Hannah.

The show’s artwork was done by Tom Crowley - and I’m sure you’ll agree it is amazeballs. You can find out more about his oeuvre here http://crowleeey.tumblr.com or, if you’re twitterish, @crowleeey

If you want to be solid gold heroes, then please help us spread the word about this new series: tweet about it, enthuse on Facebook, comment on iTunes or just print up some stickers and put them on strangers coats. Please do also ‘like’ our Facebook page, follow Pappy’s and Producer Ben on Twitter @pappystweet @_ben_walker and visit Pappy’s Tumblr. Also, do check out Pappy’s excellent new BBC3 sitcom Badults.

http://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/flatshare_slamdown/

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Want plenty more? It’s P-BAM 24! Podcast ahoy dear listener! We’re back sailing down your ear canal and into your week with a purely mash based P-BAM or P-MAM (Mash and Mash) if you will. Where Ben, Matthew and Tom junk the juicy bangers of sketch so we can dive head first into one massive steaming pile of mash that attempts to deal with the circus, pagans and farts. Full Mash Ahead!

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