Category: Announcements

Presenting the 2016 Verbal Discharge Advent Calender!

Presenting the 2016 Verbal Discharge Advent Calender!

Ladies, gentlemen, other mammals, it seems that 2016 is drawing to a close. Isn’t that a relief? What a crazy, madcap year we’ve had. The British populace voted to leave the EU for some reason, a half-Satsuma half-lizard was elected President of the United States, and we’ve seen more celebrity deaths than your mum has …

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Thursday’s Live Show and all you need to know

Thursday’s Live Show and all you need to know

This Thursday, at 7PM (Sharp!), The Maypole Cafe-Bar and Theatre shall play host to the greatest show the world has ever seen. Verbal Discharge’s live 50th episode. However, some of you might be wondering what is a Verbal Discharge’s live 50th episode, and why is it and how do I get to such a prestigious …

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Guess who’s back

Guess who’s back

THE ONLY SHOW IN WHICH PEOPLE USE THE EXACT COMBINATION OF WORDS WE USE IN THE EXACT ORDER WE USE THEM. VERBAL DISCHARGE. Five PM ’till Seven, Phantom Radio, Fridays. And then on the podcast, whenever you feel like it. Returns February 6th. Most likely, anyway. Discharge.One of the contributors to the world’s third-to-best podcast …

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How to listen to Verbal Discharge.

How to listen to Verbal Discharge.

“My,” we hear you cry, “Those chaps up top do look wonderful. I so desperately want to hear their undoubtedly beautiful voices, as they bless my ears with their rendition of the Swiss National Anthem”. Well, on Fridays from five ’till seven in the evening, you can fulfill 50% of that lifetime dream. That’s when …

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Welcome to Verbal Discharge

Welcome to Verbal Discharge

Do you know how radio works? Well, let’s start with the basics. Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum longer than infrared light. Radio waves have frequencies from 300 GHz to as low as 3 kHz, and corresponding wavelengths ranging from 1 millimeter (0.039 in) to 100 kilometers (62 mi). Like all …

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