Fush and Chups, Vol. 14

London Fields Radio’s resident New Zealanders return with more Kiwis-in-Hackney banter and fresh NZ music to spin.The show is back in full effect this week with all three hosts present. Sexiness is everywhere but nowhere more than in man corner with Juddy, who discusses the finer points of action films. Phil also gives us the rundown on pedal powered cinema and our roving sports reporter Finn the Win brings his ‘A’ game.

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Posted on: October 19, 2011

Fush and Chups, Vol. 13

London Fields Radio’s resident New Zealanders return with more Kiwis-in-Hackney banter and fresh NZ music to spin. This week Tu flew solo. Phil was busy at work and Alice was a little under the weather. He was however joined by a plethora of guests – old and new. Fush and Chups hired a brand new sports reporter, and found a possible replacement for Carlton Crisp in the form of a furniture-making Australian from Perth. Juddy helped pick up the slack as well as his regular feature, Man Corner. All this and more on this week’s exciting new show. Chups.

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Posted on: October 6, 2011

Fush and Chups, Vol. 12

London Fields Radio’s resident New Zealanders return with more Kiwis-in-Hackney banter and fresh NZ music to spin.

This week Phil and Alice fly Tu-less for the first time. After faffing about with the desk for about half an hour, they manage to pull one out of the hat! Phil delights us with some Bulgarian choir treats, as well as stepping in for new feature Man Corner. Alice has her usual ‘Seek Choon’ as well as a story about Aung San Suu Kyi and a rat. Chups.

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Posted on: September 26, 2011

Fush and Chups, Vol. 11

London Fields Radio’s resident New Zealanders return with more Kiwis-in-Hackney banter and fresh NZ music to spin.

This week was a game of two halves: Tu, Phil and Alice were joined by new contributor, Juddy, who introduces ‘Man Corner’. This week, that’s a brief rundown on the evolutionary intricacies of the WWE. Plus all your regular favourites, including ‘Seek Choons’ and ‘Workwatch.’ Chups.

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Fush and Chups, Vol. 10

London Fields Radio’s resident New Zealanders return with more Kiwis-in-Hackney banter and fresh NZ music to spin.

After the devastating loss of Spiritual Father Dean Campbell a few weeks ago, the Fush and Chups extended family have finally pulled it together and Volume 10 has been made. Phil was busy working so couldn’t make it but Tu and Alice took up the reins.

Alice said goodbye to a dear friend in ‘Travel Watch’, while Tu caught up with an old one via a technological breakthrough for Fush and Chups: a live international phone cross.

‘Animal Watch’ and ‘Sports Watch’ made their debut and Alice got a new bed. Carlton Crisp covered a selection of Britain’s finest biscuits in what will be his last segment until someone hurries up and sponsors him. There were also the usual array of tasty kiwi and international musics, as well as Alice’s regular feature ‘Seeck Choons’, where she covered another Australian band. Good to be back, chups!

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Posted on: September 12, 2011