Episode 11: Chris Cleave

In this week's fun-packed edition of Shift Run Stop we hear the sounds of ponies, meet real life author, Guardian columnist and dad Chris Cleave, learn about the San Francisco weather system from our foreign correspondent Anna Pickard, get a topical confectionery newsflash from our snacks expert Dave Green and more besides! Something for everyone, surely?


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Posted: January 28th, 2010 | 6 Comments »

6 Comments on “Episode 11: Chris Cleave”

  1. 1 Beano said at 3:35 am on February 3rd, 2010:

    I think I have seen the Feral ponies with the red eyes busking
    in front of Boots. They run like the wind when the local nick shows up. They like drophead coupes because of the texture
    of the canvas when they eat it. It reminds them of eating
    people lost in the forest. Afterward they steal the gear shift knobs and sell them on E-Bay.

  2. 2 leila said at 8:30 pm on February 3rd, 2010:

    Hi Beano! You were my source of info for the “horses prefer women” statement by the way

  3. 3 Beano said at 1:50 am on February 4th, 2010:

    Yes I heard that. Men have a hard time with that and the matriarchial society bit. In Britain and other Celtic societies
    it was common also. The name used to be passed down on the woman’s side. Christianity changed that.

  4. 4 Rick Ross said at 4:30 pm on February 10th, 2010:

    A.I quite a good film h’actually. I dare you to watch it again.

  5. 5 henry's blog» Blog Archive » On Ebooks, the iPad and What Happens Next said at 1:57 pm on February 18th, 2010:

    [...] always-excellent Shift Run Stop podcast with the author Chris Cleave. The episode can be downloaded here, but I’ll transcribe the relevant bit here for the impatient. You really should listen to the [...]

  6. 6 Podcast interview | Chris Cleave said at 9:06 am on January 28th, 2015:

    [...] enjoyed doing this podcast with the good people at Shift Run Stop. They are the sort of folk one might follow on Twitter and [...]

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