Episode 15: In this edition, we meet the captain of the Brexit & Orient Pirate Ship, Spirit of Britain (now registered in Cypress). We visit an Italian bakery as Carrito, a rare wild bear, goes full ‘tonto’ and scoffs all the biscuits. We also try to save a big dog called Boris after it eats a pair of the British prime minister’s socks in an Italian castle. Finally, Mike Britton, jazz-guitar twanger to the stars, explains why he had to give his award back and shares a few tips on keeping warm during the fuel crisis. I hope you can find the time to join me in this face-slapping, Kinder-Egg Surprise of a Takeout.
Music and Production Credits
The Takeout was written, performed and produced in Alicante, Spain by Al Morton. Production Editor: Heather Margaret. Podcast artwork by Elliot Morton.
With thanks to Michael Britton, winner of The Greatest Guitarist of all Time on Earth award and for his tips on keeping warm during the energy crisis.
The Takeout Podcast theme
Serenata Española by J. Malats arranged and performed by Al Morton.
Spanish guitar segments and playout music
Written and performed by Al Morton
Einstein’s Bavarian Drinking Music
Music by JuliusH
Save the Big Russian Dog
Music by SergeQuadrado
Pirate Captain Spaffer
Music by TeknoAXE Royalty Free Music – Track: Pirate Waves
Ungrateful Twitter – Nazanine segment
Music: Latin Jungle – Caribbean Flavors – Royalty Free Music Prod. by Vasquez / Vodovoz
The Bear that Scoffed ALL the Biscuits
Music by Serge Quadrado
‘You’ve been listening’ to interval music:
Song: LA CALLE ESTÁ CALIENTE Artist: Azabache (ft. Pacheco)
Nadine Dorrito’s Jungle Adventure Sketch + A letter from Mike Britton
Music: Son-Montuno Cuban Piano Music by JuliusH