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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #35 — Season Finale: 2020 Quiz-ion

The podcast is back for one last episode! And this time… it is (or was) LIVE FROM BOSCOMBE!

After a season that was extended by a full eight weeks, we can at last say that we have reached the end. Bournemouth Backchat has hopefully been a weekly dose of fun for you over this difficult period — it definitely was for us. This isn’t “Goodbye”, of course! We are happy to announce that we will be back in October for a shorter Season 3.

But let’s not get too hung up on the future and deal with the present. Dale, Aaron and James were able to convene again in their old recording venue in Boscombe to produce this Season Finale. A quiz in which Aaron and James’ wits and intelligence are pitted against one another. The prize? Well… there isn’t one really, other than the label of “Intellectually Superior” (within the confines of this podcast…)

And due to the utter revulsion his co-presenters displayed towards chip butties back in a Season 1 episode, Dale attempts to convert Aaron and James to liking one of his favourite Northern delicacies.

Sadly, due to ill health, Aaron was unable to record the original musical number he had planned for this finale episode. Keep an eye on his Facebook page for the release of that at a later date.

If you missed any of the previous episodes of the podcast, click here to view them. Also, don’t forget to follow HQB Media on its social media channels – FacebookTwitter and Instagram – to never miss a post!

DISCLAIMER:
In relation to the background music used in this podcast episode—
Crushing The Void by Keys of Moon | https://soundcloud.com/keysofmoon
Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com
Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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