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Elis James and John Robins
Elis James and John Robins with big laughs and top quality #content. Email: #elisandjohn
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 2,629 ratings
Far too many boring emails. Your wedding and or child isn’t special ,there are literally billions of them. It’s okay when they are not praising themselves or reading amazingly boring emails but those parts are far too in between
MrGBowie via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/18/20
Top quality content
Love these guys!
Refuellingteem via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/14/20
Brilliant perfect podcast
Simply the best podcast I listen to and it always makes me smile. I listened to them on XFM and they were great and now without being interrupted by Feeder and Stereophonics it’s even better! Love shame well, made up games and thank god for the weirdness amnesty. Good luck with the forthcoming...Read full review »
Buddy Byrom via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/12/20
Recent Episodes
A-grade badinage this week, as Elis and John guide you through shame, games and - after Elis was invited onto Pointless Celebrities without John - a whole load of division. Embrace the tension, and enjoy offering 34!
Published 01/17/20
It’s another fun filled Friday with Elis and John! We delved deep into The Shame Well and this week's story involved football stickers. Elis told us how he wants to step back from having an opinion on everything and John introduces us to his mind scenario. Enjoy!
Published 01/10/20
Welcome to show one of 2020 for Elis James and John Robins! Amongst all the usual fun, the boys play a Made Up Game that - in Producer Dave's words - was perhaps a little too tense, cricket satirist and statistician Andy Zaltzman pops in for a chat, and there's every possibly that Elis's...
Published 01/03/20
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