Teddy’s Corner Programme 27 – Children in Need 2017
Today, Teddy, Eddy and Oliver bring you their programme from the desolate Kent coastal village of Reculver. Here, armed with only a collecting bucket and the last two ill-fitting last costumes from the costume shop, they brave the bitter cold to help raise money for Children in Need. Tune in to find out how they get along…
Teddy’s Corner Programme 26 – The Fellowship of the Ring Doughnut
When Eddy brings some fresh doughnuts into the studio, Teddy is bewitched. Grabbing the one ring doughnut from the box, he escapes into a mythical realm with Eddy and Donald Trump in hot pursuit. Will Eddy reach Teddy in time or will Donald Trump and his pack of Porks be victorious in obtaining the power of the one ring doughnut?
Teddy’s Corner Programme 25 – Miss Cann for President
In this episode, Teddy’s concern about aggressive superpowers are discussed with guests old and new. Teddy himself comes up with a practical solution made from some tinfoil and a yoghurt pot and Miss Cann makes a bid for The White House…
Teddy’s Corner Programme 24 – Reculver Part 2
The trip to Reculver comes to an exciting conclusion as Ken Bruce hosts the annual Reculver Marrow Rolling Competition. The proceedings are musically narrated by the legendary Reculvian Seafolk whilst some angry locals protest about the opening of a new fast food restaurant…
Teddy’s Corner Programme 23 – Reculver Part 1
Teddy, Eddy and the gang go to the coastal town of Reculver and encounter pirates, shark’s teeth, folk singers and a flock of hungry seagulls.
Teddy’s Corner Programme 22 – The Alternative Election Results
Teddy’s Corner Programme 21 – Election Special from a Black Hole
Teddy’s Corner Programme 20 – The Malling School Space Programme
Eddy wants some peace and quiet so he comes up with a plan to send Teddy into Space. One problem – he doesn’t know how. The Teddy’s Corner team come up with a plan to persuade Mr Roberts (the head teacher) to invest in the school’s space programme. Will he agree to this unusual request? Will The Malling School become one of the first schools in history to have a space programme? Will Teddy be launched into the great infinite unknown? Find out in today’s thrilling final instalment of Teddy’s Corner.
Teddy’s Corner Programme 19 – Space – The Final Corner
The clumsiest street performers in the world, Spong and Dong, are very persistent about obtaining his autograph…
Teddy’s Corner Programme 18 – Red Nose Day Special
They set about phoning everyone in the telephone directory…
Teddy’s Corner Programme 17 – Wartime Radio Broadcast
Today’s show takes a nostalgic trip down a somewhat surreal memory lane, along Teddy’s winding stream of consciousness. Featuring cake, King Tut, angry Vikings and Teddy’s wartime predecessor programme, Tibb’s Corner – Live from the Bunker…
Teddy’s Corner Programme 16 – Donald Trump
Teddy’s Corner Programme 15 – At the Pet Shop
This week we are at the pet shop with our usual Teddy, Eddy chat including the joining of creative forces of Teddy and Miss Cann who have created an original song or ‘frap’ entitled ‘Pug Face.’
Teddy’s Corner Programme 14 – Teddy and Eddy’s Corner
Teddy’s Corner Programme 13 – Eddy’s Corner
When Teddy doesn’t arrive for his own show, Eddy (Oliver Edwards) steps in for a very impromptu show…
This week, Teddy interviews science teacher, Mr Gibson where he finds out about volcanoes. He also volunteers himself and Miss Smith for a go on the Van der Graaf Generator.
Teddy’s Corner Programme 11
This week, Teddy talks to Tydeman centre teaching assistant Tracey Cann-Smith about pugs, penguins and Pokémon.
When Teddy happens to glance over the River Medway towards Rochester Castle, a strange time shift occurs. This finds us, the listeners, and Ken Bruce in 1215 at a very famous siege.
This week, Teddy’s Corner dynamic duo, Josh and Henry, interview former professional footballer Stuart Bell.
Teddy and the Unit radio team continue their tour of the KMFM studios where they find out about when and what music is played on air as well as recording their own advert.
This week, Teddy and the Unit Radio team head off to the KMFM studios in Chatham. There, presenters Steve Reed and Glen Scott provide them with an insight into what goes on behind the scenes. Featuring music from Michael Mikey Brennan.
Pirate Radio! Today, Teddy finds himself in the corner of a cabin on board a pirate ship. With his precious cargo of doughnuts, Teddy hides in fear as the callous crew try to gain entry. Featuring Henry, Tone, pirates, Thomas, more pirates, Ken Bruce and music from Mr Whitehead and Miss Pinnegar.
This week, Teddy, Josh and Henry talk to Bafta award winning author Roy Apps. Find out more about Roy and his books at: www.royapps.co.uk
Teddy’s Corner Programme 4
In this programme, Teddy continues his journey in space. After narrowly evading a zombie apocalypse, he has a nice chat with Malling School science teacher, Mr Gibson.
Whilst Teddy brings you the show from his camp fire in the corner of a sheep field, who knows what’s going on in the outer reaches of space. Prepare for some encounters of the 3rd kind…
This week, Teddy has been confined to the corner of a classroom owing to a detention for not doing his homework; so the special guests had to come to Teddy.
Today’s programme features an interview with the school football team, haikus, beatboxing, a joke, some secret audio as well as Teddy’s charming commentary and insightful comments on life and relatives.
Teddy, one of our youngest members of Unit Radio hosts his own show – Teddy’s Corner.
Coming from a different corner each week, Teddy Bird offers warm conversation and a collage of inventive content.
This programme features a trip to the Gallagher Stadium in Maidstone where Josh and Henry talk to Maidstone United Manager, Jay Saunders.