"There was early coffee to be got about Covent-garden Market, and that was more company - warm company, too, which was better. Toast of a very substantial quality, was likewise procurable: though the towzled-headed man who made it, in an inner chamber within the coffee-room, hadn't got his coat on yet, and was so heavy with sleep that in every interval of toast and coffee he went off anew behind the partition into complicated cross-roads of choke and snore, and lost his way directly."
Rosie goes solo this week, having fed Sean and David like French geese until their livers burst. Full-up and content, she plays a Food and Drink mix including show-favourite Ivor Cutler describing a bizarre man-sandwich hybrid, culinary rap from Edan and a splendid ode to chicken by Charles Mingus. The Flaming Lips also render a horror story into song form about a woman who, instead of jam on her toast, uses... Tune in to find out. Tropic Of Clyde begins a tale of several courses for you to sink your teeth into. This week, the aperitif - after an evening spent in a cocktail bar, our heroes have a late-night encounter with some foxes. Here's an aid to digestion whilst you're listening.16:00 - 17:00