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Occasionally on the [[Podcast|podcast]] the [[Good Doctors]] may inadvertently / deliberately utter something which sits outside of the BBCs remit to broadcast. At this point [[Robin]] has been know dub the sounds of bird twittering over the offending utterences. This was first used in November 2016 when Mark chose to vent about the [[Trumplesome]] fact that a certain businessman / reality TV personality / megalomaniac / odd hair enthusiast had been voted in as President-elect in the United States.
 
Occasionally on the [[Podcast|podcast]] the [[Good Doctors]] may inadvertently / deliberately utter something which sits outside of the BBCs remit to broadcast. At this point [[Robin]] has been know dub the sounds of bird twittering over the offending utterences. This was first used in November 2016 when Mark chose to vent about the [[Trumplesome]] fact that a certain businessman / reality TV personality / megalomaniac / odd hair enthusiast had been voted in as President-elect in the United States.
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An ornithologistically inclined listener identified the birdsong used as coming from the following species:
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*Robin
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*Blackbird
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*Rook
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*House sparrow

Revision as of 12:16, 17 July 2017

Occasionally on the podcast the Good Doctors may inadvertently / deliberately utter something which sits outside of the BBCs remit to broadcast. At this point Robin has been know dub the sounds of bird twittering over the offending utterences. This was first used in November 2016 when Mark chose to vent about the Trumplesome fact that a certain businessman / reality TV personality / megalomaniac / odd hair enthusiast had been voted in as President-elect in the United States.

An ornithologistically inclined listener identified the birdsong used as coming from the following species:

  • Robin
  • Blackbird
  • Rook
  • House sparrow