S2E8: The Night Is Dark & Full Of Medium Sized Dragons

We lost some of the podcast during recording, and then found some of it during editing. So Ellie frankensteined the two files into a single show and now we’re here for the hoopla. Apologies if there are any logical inconsistencies, spooky time travel interludes or unexplained half jokes. Or more than usual anyway. Ellie is joined by Lisa and Jon to lurk in the shadows and discuss Halloween week.

Tonight’s burning questions:

  • Does Anton du Beke have a pair of jeans?
  • Are the Reithian values are disgust, delight and defame?
  • Some people don’t like music, which makes it hard for them to dance
  • Has Ellie discovered the human facial expression ‘smiling’
  • The medium sized dragon is back. Why is it emblematic of everything Strictly stands for
  • Do they play Kylie at the Polo?
  • Why isn’t Alexandra Burke a global megastar yet?
  • If Blondes have more fun, why do only Brunettes do the Charleston?
  • What does Smells Like Teen Spirit mean for the Strictly Christmas Special?

S2 E7: I Like Big Props And I Cannot Lie

Strictly is working its way through the stragglers, like raptors in Jurassic park. In this week of random theming and random Bruno disappearances, we struggle with AJ’s dock, adore Jonnie and Oti’s supermarket sweep and come up with a new and exciting theme week that involves a Charleston to the theme to One Foot In The Grave. Ellie, Lisa, Ann and Richard also go on a lengthy digression about steampunk. Visit www.keepdancingpodcast.com for news and back episodes.

S2 E4: This Time With Swizzle!

After week 2, we’ve got all sorts of strong views, especially about the end result. We’re sorting the Improvers from the Dead Ringers with the help of new crew member Ann – she’s sort of like our Shirley Ballas. Emily still likes Davood, Richard ventures views on frocks and Ellie has plans to start a commune with Susan, Susan’s wife Lee, Jonnie and everyone else who loves Jonnie.

And just in case you were wondering, the velvet & ermine robe is faux. Obviously.