Outstanding Writing, Production & Direction
Wow. What a podcast! Loved it from minute 1. The cast do a capable job but the writing, production and direction - world class. The cast are clearly talented but you can tell that without the writer/producer/director they would be as rudderless as a rudderless canoe up a ruddy creek. Good job! Would 100% recommend for all fans of gophers, stoats and indeed weasels. Crotch grabbingly scary, the only way it could be more scary is if you listened to it with a live ferret up your dungarees. Not since Stedman, Lorraine, Denise, Doris and Delroy Pearson started harmonising has something been more fitting to the 5 Star tag.
JimFlair via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/01/16
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