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Wikishuffle

Jack Stewart, Chris Wallace, Phil Sharman

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Jack Stewart, Chris Wallace, Phil Sharman

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Winner of Best Comedy Podcast at the 2015 UK Podcasters Awards, every week Jack, Chris and Phil press the Random Article button on Wikipedia and talk woefully under-qualified nonsense about whatever it throws up. Encyclopædia Moronica, if you will.

Latest Episodes

Wikishuffle: The Best Bits

EWe were away for a bit. Soz. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

105 MIN2 w ago
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Wikishuffle: The Best Bits

103 - Lovevenge

EWhat do you think of when you think of Canada? Maple Syrup? Poutine? Hit TV show Due South starring Paul Haggis, who looks like what happens if you cross Brendan Fraser and the guy that played Hercules in the one that was like Xena, but not Xena. How about terrible driving? Turns out Canada has been spending a lot of time looking for its worst driver, 7 whole times in fact. Joining us once again in our third chair, is resident cool kid Ruth Bradley. Who skateboarded her way from her loft apartment where all the other cool dudes are. She helps us understand what is going on in the World Wide Web when there are viruses kicking about. We end this week talking about the origin story of Christian pirate Ron ‘Patch’ Hamilton and how he swashbuckled his way into the hearts of children everywhere with tunes about Jesus. Before stepping off the plank into their nightmares with his eye hole. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

45 MIN2017 MAR 30
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103 - Lovevenge

102 - Hula Hoopin'

EWith Jack gone forever so begins our Saved by the Bell: The New Class years, or that bit in Buffy when she wasn’t at school anymore and had to deal with a whole host of new problems. We expect to gather up some new hip cool listeners, yet retain our original core of Wikishufflers, casting aside any die hard Jack fans, who I’m sure will go on to watch his spin off. Like Joey. In our substitute teacher chair and making her spectacular return is friend of the show Ruth Bradley, testing her Potato snack knowledge against our very own resident Potato Man. Thanks to Mark Winter for contributing, what appears to be a life long ambition of his. We have found the YouTube video, Mark. After a quick trip to Baker Street for a catch up with that Cumberbatchian autistic dope fiend violinist and his best friend / closetted love interest, we go on to look at some unsettling holes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MIN2017 FEB 22
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102 - Hula Hoopin'

101 - Unexpected Item in Bagging Area

EAfter a long delay, the Wikishuffle crew is back to normally scheduled broadcasting. Expect us every second week with our spin off show Goodnight Sweetcast filling in the gaps. This week we examine the correlation between the attractiveness of shoppers and their supermarket of choice, in a completely fair and not at all unreasonable segment we call 'Peeking in a Farmfoods'. We also learn that Phil holds himself in the top tier of Supermarket Naturists, let us know if you would feel comfortable with a nude Wizard in your local Tesco Express. Answers on a postcard. In the Shuffles we uncover the GREATEST DECEPTION since Dan Brown found out about the Da Vinci Code and Tom Hanks had to stop Gandalf from finding the old cup. Jesus was a right old sneaky sneak. Apparently, there is also a big vault where they keep all the nuts in case everything turns rubbish, which is becoming ever more likely. Don't worry though, we know roughly where they keep them. Finally, we bid a tearful farewell t...

52 MIN2017 FEB 8
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101 - Unexpected Item in Bagging Area

100 - A Centennial Extravaganza

EWasn't it lovely of the Queen to send us a telegram for our 100th episode, which is definitely something that happened and we certainly didn't just doctor an old lady's 100th birthday telegram, because that would probably be treason. And this bumper 100th episode special has been a long time in the making. Not just in the fact that we had to release a prior 99 podcasts to make this happen, but because this episode has - for indeterminate reasons - taken us well over two months to edit and release. Was it worth the wait? Well we'll let you be the judge of that, but you do get a whole six Wikipedia articles for your money, covering the entire gamut of Wikishuffle nonsense. There's some tragedy, some wrestling, some classic pop big hitters and a modicum of BDSM to keep you interested. We even went to the trouble of hiring a local brass band to play us out. Here's to the next 100 episodes. Sincerest thanks if you've joined us on the journey so far. For information regarding your data pr...

120 MIN2017 JAN 25
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100 - A Centennial Extravaganza

099 - Interspecies Love & High Jinks

EThe British monarchy pushes Chris's buttons, a coquettish woodpigeon pushes Jack's buttons and Philip is too busy pushing listener's buttons to have time for any of his own. It's the last ever double-digit episode of Wikishuffle, and we're spending the whole episode talking about young girls. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

48 MIN2016 NOV 9
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099 - Interspecies Love & High Jinks

098 - Scrutinising Woo-woos

EWe recorded this episode bloody ages ago, so our cutting edge references to the deaths of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand and Jean 'Hilda Ogden' Alexander have probably already been forgotten. Especially since this is 2016, or the Year of 1,000 Corpses as I prefer to call it. In this week's episode Chris offers up some expert sex education guidance for parents, Jack watches the football (because he is Alpha af), we play the penultimate round of our special run-up-to-episode-100 quiz, and we talk toys. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

37 MIN2016 NOV 3
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098 - Scrutinising Woo-woos

097 - Worry Bubbles

EWe're fast becoming the Wikishuffle Mental Health Hour. Please bear in mind that we're not psychologists and our prognosis of everything being fine and normal and generally attributable to the mugging ennui of twenty-first century existence is not backed up by any medical qualification. Elsewhere, Philip confesses to a new hobby while Jack confesses to the (only slightly worse) crime of infanticide. Happy shuffling! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

37 MIN2016 OCT 19
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097 - Worry Bubbles

096 - Big Tushy Girls

EYou'd be forgiven for thinking that we're a bit bum-obsessed at Wikishuffle HQ, but that simply isn't true. We just go wherever the random article button takes us. And it just so happens to pique our interest whenever anything derriere-ery comes our way. Or maybe it's just fate. Apparently fate also really likes having us talk about large scale disasters and the consequential loss of life - as is befitting for a comedy podcast. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

37 MIN2016 OCT 12
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096 - Big Tushy Girls

095 - Chicken Breakfast

EMost podcasts don't transition from whimsy to cheese to chess to frank discussions about mental health. But then Wikishuffle isn't most podcasts. In fact, statistics will tell you that Wikishuffle is actually less than 10% of podcasts. Look it up if you don't believe me. And, what's more, you can hear the story of how Chris got his legs waxed (he claims for charity, but I suspect a fair amount of sexual gratification amongst his motives). For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

53 MIN2016 OCT 6
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095 - Chicken Breakfast

Latest Episodes

Wikishuffle: The Best Bits

EWe were away for a bit. Soz. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

105 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Wikishuffle: The Best Bits

103 - Lovevenge

EWhat do you think of when you think of Canada? Maple Syrup? Poutine? Hit TV show Due South starring Paul Haggis, who looks like what happens if you cross Brendan Fraser and the guy that played Hercules in the one that was like Xena, but not Xena. How about terrible driving? Turns out Canada has been spending a lot of time looking for its worst driver, 7 whole times in fact. Joining us once again in our third chair, is resident cool kid Ruth Bradley. Who skateboarded her way from her loft apartment where all the other cool dudes are. She helps us understand what is going on in the World Wide Web when there are viruses kicking about. We end this week talking about the origin story of Christian pirate Ron ‘Patch’ Hamilton and how he swashbuckled his way into the hearts of children everywhere with tunes about Jesus. Before stepping off the plank into their nightmares with his eye hole. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

45 MIN2017 MAR 30
Comments
103 - Lovevenge

102 - Hula Hoopin'

EWith Jack gone forever so begins our Saved by the Bell: The New Class years, or that bit in Buffy when she wasn’t at school anymore and had to deal with a whole host of new problems. We expect to gather up some new hip cool listeners, yet retain our original core of Wikishufflers, casting aside any die hard Jack fans, who I’m sure will go on to watch his spin off. Like Joey. In our substitute teacher chair and making her spectacular return is friend of the show Ruth Bradley, testing her Potato snack knowledge against our very own resident Potato Man. Thanks to Mark Winter for contributing, what appears to be a life long ambition of his. We have found the YouTube video, Mark. After a quick trip to Baker Street for a catch up with that Cumberbatchian autistic dope fiend violinist and his best friend / closetted love interest, we go on to look at some unsettling holes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MIN2017 FEB 22
Comments
102 - Hula Hoopin'

101 - Unexpected Item in Bagging Area

EAfter a long delay, the Wikishuffle crew is back to normally scheduled broadcasting. Expect us every second week with our spin off show Goodnight Sweetcast filling in the gaps. This week we examine the correlation between the attractiveness of shoppers and their supermarket of choice, in a completely fair and not at all unreasonable segment we call 'Peeking in a Farmfoods'. We also learn that Phil holds himself in the top tier of Supermarket Naturists, let us know if you would feel comfortable with a nude Wizard in your local Tesco Express. Answers on a postcard. In the Shuffles we uncover the GREATEST DECEPTION since Dan Brown found out about the Da Vinci Code and Tom Hanks had to stop Gandalf from finding the old cup. Jesus was a right old sneaky sneak. Apparently, there is also a big vault where they keep all the nuts in case everything turns rubbish, which is becoming ever more likely. Don't worry though, we know roughly where they keep them. Finally, we bid a tearful farewell t...

52 MIN2017 FEB 8
Comments
101 - Unexpected Item in Bagging Area

100 - A Centennial Extravaganza

EWasn't it lovely of the Queen to send us a telegram for our 100th episode, which is definitely something that happened and we certainly didn't just doctor an old lady's 100th birthday telegram, because that would probably be treason. And this bumper 100th episode special has been a long time in the making. Not just in the fact that we had to release a prior 99 podcasts to make this happen, but because this episode has - for indeterminate reasons - taken us well over two months to edit and release. Was it worth the wait? Well we'll let you be the judge of that, but you do get a whole six Wikipedia articles for your money, covering the entire gamut of Wikishuffle nonsense. There's some tragedy, some wrestling, some classic pop big hitters and a modicum of BDSM to keep you interested. We even went to the trouble of hiring a local brass band to play us out. Here's to the next 100 episodes. Sincerest thanks if you've joined us on the journey so far. For information regarding your data pr...

120 MIN2017 JAN 25
Comments
100 - A Centennial Extravaganza

099 - Interspecies Love & High Jinks

EThe British monarchy pushes Chris's buttons, a coquettish woodpigeon pushes Jack's buttons and Philip is too busy pushing listener's buttons to have time for any of his own. It's the last ever double-digit episode of Wikishuffle, and we're spending the whole episode talking about young girls. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

48 MIN2016 NOV 9
Comments
099 - Interspecies Love & High Jinks

098 - Scrutinising Woo-woos

EWe recorded this episode bloody ages ago, so our cutting edge references to the deaths of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand and Jean 'Hilda Ogden' Alexander have probably already been forgotten. Especially since this is 2016, or the Year of 1,000 Corpses as I prefer to call it. In this week's episode Chris offers up some expert sex education guidance for parents, Jack watches the football (because he is Alpha af), we play the penultimate round of our special run-up-to-episode-100 quiz, and we talk toys. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

37 MIN2016 NOV 3
Comments
098 - Scrutinising Woo-woos

097 - Worry Bubbles

EWe're fast becoming the Wikishuffle Mental Health Hour. Please bear in mind that we're not psychologists and our prognosis of everything being fine and normal and generally attributable to the mugging ennui of twenty-first century existence is not backed up by any medical qualification. Elsewhere, Philip confesses to a new hobby while Jack confesses to the (only slightly worse) crime of infanticide. Happy shuffling! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

37 MIN2016 OCT 19
Comments
097 - Worry Bubbles

096 - Big Tushy Girls

EYou'd be forgiven for thinking that we're a bit bum-obsessed at Wikishuffle HQ, but that simply isn't true. We just go wherever the random article button takes us. And it just so happens to pique our interest whenever anything derriere-ery comes our way. Or maybe it's just fate. Apparently fate also really likes having us talk about large scale disasters and the consequential loss of life - as is befitting for a comedy podcast. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

37 MIN2016 OCT 12
Comments
096 - Big Tushy Girls

095 - Chicken Breakfast

EMost podcasts don't transition from whimsy to cheese to chess to frank discussions about mental health. But then Wikishuffle isn't most podcasts. In fact, statistics will tell you that Wikishuffle is actually less than 10% of podcasts. Look it up if you don't believe me. And, what's more, you can hear the story of how Chris got his legs waxed (he claims for charity, but I suspect a fair amount of sexual gratification amongst his motives). For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

53 MIN2016 OCT 6
Comments
095 - Chicken Breakfast
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