This week, dear listener, we start a new cut-out-and-keep series all about the days of the week.
Perhaps contentiously, we start with Monday. Recognised by many as the first day of the week, we do also appreciate that for large parts of the world, Monday is actually the second day of the week.
However, for future reference, the official position here on the moon is that we subscribe to international standard ISO 8601.
On this celebration of all things Monday, we bring you library music from the UK, skweee from Norway, educational music from France, extremely groovy music from the Czech Republic and possibly the crackliest record we’ve ever played on the show.
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The Unnecessary News
- School recruits bird of prey to prevent pupils’ lunch being stolen
- Japanese “Zoo Jeans” Are Actually Designed by Lions
- ‘Spicy Boys’
Thing of the Week
For each episode in our new Days of the Week series we’ll be bringing you a different style of calendar for your office, kitchen or bedroom wall. First up, is this simple and yet elegant ColPlan calendar from Collins. Don’t be fooled as the anonymous Amazon reviewer was who complained that the months are in the wrong order with months missing: this calendar runs from July 2016 to June 2017. So now is the perfect time to rush out and make a purchase.