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When Wagon Wheels Were Bigger

When Wagon Wheels Were Bigger is a weekly podcast that watches kids' TV from the eighties and casts a more cynical eye on the shows we used to love. Sometimes funny, usually disappointing, join your hosts Mark and Martyn and ruin a small part of your childhood week by week.
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Feb 5, 2024

Dappledown Farm straddles two different realities - one resembles the real world, the other is made up of painted sets and puppet animals. Briant Cant doesn't notice, because he's an omnipresent interdimensional being.        

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