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Jools Holland & Jim Moir
Jools and Jim's Joyride
This is Jools and Jim's Joyride. Join Jools Holland and Jim Moir as each week they invite a special guest to put on their seatbelt and take to the road, as they chatter with friends about transport, travel, trips and tittle tattle. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 463 ratings
Every episode brightens my day
Living in the US, a zillion miles from my ‘proper mates’, this has to be the next best thing to sitting around a grotty pub table with a pint of room temperature ale, talking total b*llocks. Laugh a minute banter. Love it.
Ashters1810 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/01/21
John
Jools went very Cockney with Dizzee, lovely stuff
yousremeare you via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/01/21
Superbly entertaining
Jools and Jim , what a combination!! Great guests with very enjoyable dialogue and I think you have found a great way to deliver adverts, I only ever listened to sports casts when running not anymore - please don’t stop as I can’t wait for the next !!
Mr V63 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/03/21
Recent Episodes
“Well-travelled Victorians” Jools and Jim take to the skies this week with King of the Jungle, Joe Pasquale. The comedian and actor tells tales of sheltering in a wardrobe during a missile strike, and digital dexterity in a swimming pool; while Jim admits to giving a teacher an unusual haircut...
Published 12/01/21
Published 12/01/21
Strapping on her helmet to join Jools and Jim this week is fashion designer Bella Freud. Bella takes the two chaps from Tunbridge Wells to Morocco, and there’s talk of stow-aways, sleeping in the luggage rack and her father’s infamous driving. Plus Jim confesses to not taking his boots off, and...
Published 11/24/21
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