Find below all the recordings of Badgers’ Hour, UWMCC’s new radio show presented by Charlie Turner, taking over from Hit for Six
Taking over the big chair from Stilo, Charlie Turner is joined by Murphy, Bozza and fresher Owen to preview the forthcoming Ashes series.
Charlie is joined by special guests James Murphy, Josh Crine and Sean Merriman to discuss Australia’s Ashes squad, the benefits of playing other sports and much more.
Charlie is joined by Sean Merriman, Rhys Probert and Jono Ford to discuss the first Ashes test and the upcoming second test.
Badgers’ Hour returns to discuss another disastrous Ashes tour, the India v South Africa series and there’s even a new game. Guests are Owen McCausland, Rhys Probert and there’s a brief appearance by Warwick SU DDO Michael Kynaston.
Charlie is joined by regular guests James Murphy and Sean Merriman and by debutant Ferdi Rex to discuss the England v Australia 1st ODI, The Big Bash and more…
Charlie is joined by Sacha Abbasi and last minute replacement James Murphy (get your life organised Boz) to discuss England v Australia ODIs, Big Bash and more. This also sees the brief return of fan favourite Dharmasena Macarena.
Charlie is joined by Jacob Roche for the first time this year, and also regulars Owen McCausland and Sean Merriman to discuss the end of the England v Australia ODI series, the IPL auction and more…
Charlie is joined by debutant Matt Thomas and regulars Sean Merriman and James Murphy for what can only be described as a bit of a comedy of errors. Listen to hear some humorous interjections including the fire alarm, Murphy’s high pitched squeal and Merriman begging for his knight in shining armour.
EPISODE 9 (Non-Cricket Special):
In this foray into the world outside of cricket, Charlie is joined by Matt Tembey, Tom Lawson and Owen McCausland. Be sure to expect the unexpected with topics ranging from the Winter Olympics to “do Pokemon poo?”.
Charlie is joined by Sean Merriman, Matt Thomas and Josh Crine to talk through Varsity, the Trans-Tasman Tri Trans T20 Tasman Series and England v New Zealand 1st ODI.
Here’s a little clip of James Murphy singing the IPL Fanfare.