WARNING: This episode of AudioBookClub contains ‘a fart of such intensity that you could probably lean against it’ and ‘a bowel movement of such violence that it made me question my sphincteral elasticity’
Steve Phillips and Matthew Layton present #AudioBookClub - a podcast that recommends and reviews audiobooks.
On this episode:
Steve and Matthew consume 'Fibber in the Heat' by Miles Jupp - an autobiographical memoir of the actor/comedian/author's attempt to blag his way into becoming a cricket journalist.
In ‘Notes from the Margin’, we’ll be asking ‘How new does an audiobook have to be to be considered worthy of recommendation by #AudioBookClub?’.
Title: Fibber in the Heat: Following England in India - A Blagger's Tale
Written by: Miles Jupp
Narrated by: Miles Jupp
Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
Release date: 29-12-2016
Publisher: Random House Audiobooks
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‘NOFX: The Hepetitis Bathtub and Other Stories’ - https://amzn.to/3AL5dnM
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