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Alec Feldman: James Gilmore Pranks Alec

5th October 2018 | Comedy

Alec Feldman: James Gilmore Pranks Alec

Alec Feldman puts a lot of hard work and preparation into his Saturday afternoon show. But sometimes the best bits are the completely random things that just happen spontaneously. One of these moments happened last Saturday.


Whilst chatting during the songs, Producer James Gilmore casually joked that his voice was used as the guitar sound effect in the song 'Why So Serious' by Alice Merton. Which is obviously totally ridiculous. And Alec being a half-intelligent human being obviously didn’t believe him...did he?

Hear James totally stitch Alec up on air below!

James Gilmore Pranks Alec Feldman

James Gilmore joked that his voice was used as the guitar sound effect in Alice Merton's latest single. But, did Alec believe him? Of course he did. (3 minutes)



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Alec Feldman: An Almost Terrible Experience

18th September 2018 | Comedy

Alec Feldman: An Almost Terrible Experience

Alec Feldman recently went on a group trip with 37 strangers (and one of his friends). This involved sharing rooms with people he didn’t know very well. In a situation like this, anything can happen.

And it turns out, something almost did happen.

In the middle of the night, Alec was rudely awoken by two voices – one belonging to a guy he was sharing a room with, and one belonging to a mystery woman.

It’s safe to say he was quite concerned about what was going to happen next. Hear for yourself the thoughts that were going through his head at the time.

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An Almost Terrible Experience

Listen into the mind of Alec Feldman as he was rudely awakened whilst on a group trip and was quite concerned about what was going to happen next. (5 minutes)



Click here to listen to Alec Feldman's latest radio show, on demand on W!ZARD Repeats.

Alec Feldman: A Brief History of the Sheffield Ski Slope

7th August 2018 | Comedy

Alec Feldman: A Brief History of the Sheffield Ski Slope

Alec Feldman is a student who spends about seven months of the year living in Yorkshire in northern England, and he’s really started to feel at home there. So much so that he’s beginning to adopt the Yorkshire culture as his own. Despite the fact he is from north-west London, a fact painfully obvious if you hear him speak for any length of time.

But nonetheless, he was very excited when Yorkshire Day came around on August 1st. And it was whilst celebrating this great day that he saw someone mention in passing how funny the Wikipedia article about the Sheffield Ski Slope (also in Yorkshire) is. So of course he checked it out, and it did not disappoint.

He read a short extract of this page, detailing the history of this poor, unfairly victimised ski slope. Find out why it’s so unfortunate by clicking play below!

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A Brief History of the Sheffield Ski Slope

Alec Feldman details the history of the poor, unfairly victimised Sheffield Ski Slope... as detailed by Wikipedia. (6 minutes)



Click here to listen to Alec Feldman's latest radio show, on demand on W!ZARD Repeats.