Sunday, 2 March 2014

John and Kevin's Sunday Papers - March

Kevin and I have been looking at the papers again today. Includes some useful holiday advice for anyone who- like Kevin- has been intimidated by an elephant into booking twenty holidays at once, but is left cold by falconry. I assume that's most people.


John and Kevin's Sunday Papers


16 comments:

Anonymous said...

You have to visit the independent kiosks!

Anonymous said...

So happy to see another video! :) Really enjoy these. Love the mug :)

Anonymous said...

Who ate the croissants you had last time?! Was it Kevin?

Caroline said...

You have no idea how happy I was to saw this post in my RSS feed this morning! :D

Anonymous said...

Hooray! I was expecting the Sunday Papers today :) Happy to see there'll be more.

womble42 said...

Yay, more Sunday Papers - thanks John! I will be going to Guernsey for the first time this year so I very much look forward to visiting those independent kiosks!

Also, Kevin mentioning the various cable cars of Austria reminded me that I promised some yellow car players I know that one day I would ask you if the yellow cable cars (in Llandudno, North Wales) count as yellow cars?

We have watched Arthur's brilliant instructional video on the game, and we feel that as they are called cars and are yellow they must count, but they are obviously not of the usual motor car variety (although it is possible to spot them in the distance whilst driving along)!

Eclectic Man said...

I have been on one of the many cable cars in Austria. It was very nice. I sampled a different altitude that day, and got so badly sunburnt that the area of exposed skin on my legs was still easily discernible two years later.

I shall write to Radio 4's "Broadcasting House" to recommend that you and Kevin are invited to review the Sunday papers as soon as possible.

citychick said...

you guys are hilarious! Made my Sunday! I can't wait for whatever project follows Cabin Pressure!

Annika said...

Loving it! Austria as Europe's carpark... Not sure what they'll think of that though... Different and totally unrelated topic: the infiniteley wise internet tells me that cabin pressure is going to be turned into a tv show. Is that true? I assume you're still the one writing it? And is it going to be a new show or a re-enactment of the radio programme? Sooo many questions! :-) anyway, love your work! Are you doing some more for the now show? The bit on the eurozone crisis is just, well, brilliant, as is the one on news international, and the legal aid changes!

Anonymous said...

I am surprised Kevin wasn't seduced by the different altitudes - that sounded like a corking holiday! <3

Millicent Hart said...

This was great! It's so funny and I loved the part about the independent kiosks.

Anonymous said...

The video made an epic bad day so much better. Thank you for all that you do to keep us laughing. <3

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the laughs! Wish I could watch a video like this with my breakfast every day!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the laughs! Wish I could watch a video like this with my breakfast every day!

Pipit said...

I've seen feats of falconry right in my own garden! I saw a large one snatch one of my chickens. Can Dubai top that?

The cable cars sound brilliant, but I'm still scratching my head over the independent kiosks. Do other places have dependent ones? I suppose to find out, I'll need to book a trip to Guernsey.

Thanks for the Sunday Papers, John! I'm looking forward to April.

clanca1234 said...

John, those holidays all sound...brilliant! If only lifts in Austria and falconry in Dubai could form past of episodes 1 and 4 in a putative fifth series of Cabin Pressure... I look forward to next month's instalment. All the best from "Samuel".