Filed: Wednesday, 20th February 2013
By: Staff Writer
Episode three of Knees up Mother Brown's Podcast may be downloaded now.
The KUMB podcast, presented by Chris Scull and James Longman is produced on a fortnightly basis and available to download either directly from KUMB.com or via iTunes (see links below).
Here's James on what lies ahead for you in E3 - a Bobby Moore special to mark the 20th anniversary of the death of the former West Ham United and England captain...
When I was a little boy, no more than three or four, Bobby Moore lived around the corner from me. He used to train by running up and down the hill my house was on. If I knew then what I knew now, I would have run out there and joined him every day, just trying to keep up.
20 years after his untimely passing, he is still one of the great figures of English football. A Hammer, a hero, a legend to so many.
Chris Scull and I thought we should mark his anniversary with a KUMB.com tribute podcast. We have called in lots of favours, and over the past few weeks, spoken to friends and fans of Bobby's.
From Sir Trevor Brooking to co-chairman David Gold, Harry Redknapp to Hollywood star Russell Brand - to name just a few. They all speak so highly of the man, and the affection we all feel for him is evident over the course of the podcast.
We really hope you enjoy it. This is our tribute to the man, the legend, the icon; Bobby Moore.
- James Longman
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*Hit 'play' to listen to Episode 3 of the KUMB.com Podcast.
...or download the episode from iTunes (running time 45 minutes, recorded in mp3 format) or via KUMB.com.
* Full list of guests for Episode 3: Harry Redknapp, Brian Dear, Sir Trevor Brooking, Jeff Powell, Jonathan Pearce, Hugh Southon, Russell Brand, Ben Shephard, Mark Hunter, David Gold and Iain Dale.
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by Lewis Erentrauts
06:09PM 21st Feb 2013
''What a tear-jerking podcast, but a fantastic listen.
Sadly I never saw him play, only on videos, but what a player he turned out to be. I still have a few audio tapes of when he was with Jonathan Pearce on Capital Gold, even the tribute they did for him not long after he died, all made me wish I had seen him play.
West Ham legend, England legend, Football legend. Gone but never forgotten, Sir Bobby Moore...''