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David Earl, Joe Wilkinson
GOSSIPMONGERS
David Earl and Joe Wilkinson read out unsubstantiated rumours sent in by listeners. At the end of each episode they choose their favourite piece of gossip and it then goes through to the Gossip World Cup Finals.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.9 stars from 4,447 ratings
Not sure what episode it was but the derby postman that was called postman pat and witnessed a couple of homosexual men ravaging each other’s chocolate starfish has stopped me travelling to normanton in derby early in the morning 🤣🤣🤣 I bet it was a ponce called James alton!!! Keep up the quality...Read full review »
wellsy5891 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/22/20
Holland 71
I can’t say Poppy was hilarious but a dirty trick was done and I think it needs 3 people for this to work it’s just a bit creepy with just the 2 of them. It’s a shame because I loved this podcast, I’ve really tried to listen to it but it’s not funny anymore
RTHack1 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/21/20
Disappointing
I used to love you guys, but your egos will be your undoing. Poppy was the backbone. Now it’s just a slug. Unsubscribing.
Toutou28 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/21/20
Recent Episodes
In this episode Joe and David receive gossip about a rugby tour that takes a twist and something found in a a cupboard   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/09/20
In this episode Joe and David receive gossip about a Hollywood celebrity and a man who has too much time on his hand   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/02/20
In this episode Joe and David receive gossip about a teacher who thought he was sexy and a strange neighbour with an equally strange request   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 10/26/20
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