Mouthy Broadcast may be a podcast you’d like to listen to

Mouthy Broadcast maybe the podcast for you

Do you like listening to podcasts? I spend quite a few hours every week as I’m walking around a lake or driving to and from work listening to podcasts. My taste in podcasts ranges from those about blogging to photography, interesting facts, humour and technology. I also host a podcast (which I’ll mention at the bottom).

Pork sausages and macaroni cheese with caramelised onion Mouthy Broadcast food vulva and clitoris Gary Lum
Pork sausages and macaroni cheese with caramelised onion

Star Trek connection

One podcast which I got onto as a result of listening to a few Star Trek podcasts is Mouthy Broadcast.

The hosts

Lauren, Jennie and Peter are the regular hosts, although in the past there have been many others. The show drops on Tuesdays (USA time) and runs for anything between 30 minutes to an hour. There’s a reason it drops on Tuesdays, you’ll need to listen to find out.

Two important points

Now I should probably mention two points up front. I’m writing about this podcast as part of a competition I have no hope of winning but I just want to see if they’d consider sending a prize to Canberra, Australia. The second point is that this podcast is what is known as EXPLICIT. It’s NSFW. If you don’t know what that means then you probably shouldn’t listen. There’s a good amount of swearing, a reasonable amount of blasphemy (although I know some people would argue that there is no such thing as a reasonable amount of blasphemy), and the profanities that come from the mouths of the ladies would shock your mother. There’s usually at least one reference to masturbation and I have a sneaking suspicion that Peter is a secret sounder. Lauren also has a thing for sandwiches and fellatio while Jennie likes Dr Who and Star Trek. That said, I think to be a host you must at least like Star Wars and be a geeky nerd like that.

Cheesy pork sausages with avocado, spring onion, chilli, peas, corn, and carrot Mouthy Broadcast food penis Gary Lum
Cheesy pork sausages with avocado, spring onion, chilli, peas, corn, and carrot

More about the hosts

Lauren and Jennie live in the north-east around Virginia and Peter is from Florida. They often have guests including some bloke named Ben and recently there was a really cool bloke who spoke as Mark Twain. The hosts also welcome you sending them a voice recording with a message, whether it be feedback or some story you think they may like.

If you have a ribald sense of humour and can appreciate an exploration into some very funny, albeit coarse and vulgar topics then Mouthy Broadcast is for you.

They also like to play music during a break. I fast forward through the music because it’s not to my taste. You might like it.

An alternative without as much swearing

Now if you would prefer no swearing and enjoy learning one or two medically related facts, you may enjoy Medical Fun Facts. This is my podcast which is lighter hearted and each show lasts about five minutes and I drop a show each Monday and Thursday night at 7 pm Canberra time. You can find it on iTunes and Stitcher.

Final words and how to help me win a prize

So for me to have a chance you need to visit the Mouthy Broadcast Facebook page and like it 👍

Then you gave to go to the “how to play status update” and follow the instructions.

What you need to do is go to the actual comment update and then in the comments mention my name, i.e., Gary Lum.

If you could do that then I’m in with a chance. Thank you, friends. Live long and prosper 🖖

You can subscribe to Mouthy Broadcast on iTunes and many other podcasting apps.

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14 thoughts on “Mouthy Broadcast may be a podcast you’d like to listen to

    • garydlum Post author

      The Medical Fun Facts podcast is usually about 6 to 7 minutes. Not long.
      I love listening to podcasts. I don’t listen to the radio anymore.

    • Sarah Ferguson and Choppy

      Do you guys have satellite radio? That’s what I listen to here – of course, it’s all sports, all the time on the channels I listen to, so that isn’t really like listening to the radio.

    • garydlum Post author

      Digital radio but not satellite

  1. hveagar Reply

    Gary thank you for following my blog. Stay tuned to for more tips and tricks easy to doperate in my kitchen and maybe in yours too. Like you blog very interesting.

    • garydlum Post author

      Likewise thanks for following mine too

  2. Kris Reply

    I giggled a LOT as I read this. I am sure I’d love these ladies. Whenever I get back to a real world where I can listen to something besides what mom watches on TV, I will look them up. I have a limited internet where I am at the moment and am in constant nervousness about going over the time allotted. However, I know one of the penalties is slower internet. This is not as bad as it might seem. Up until 2 years ago mom had dial up and it was VERY slow!!! I felt your culinary choice was rather perfect for showcasing the girls. Mouthwatering! And I think I might side with Lauren–

    • garydlum Post author

      I reckon if you like Beckie you’ll like the Broads

    • garydlum Post author

      She is pretty cool with a great writing imagination

    • Kris

      Yes, she is. Becky makes me smile when I read her experiences. I think I’ve passed her blog on to at couple of others, I like to share my friends. I’ve shared you, but am not sure if they decided to look you up. I think you are cute and fun to follow, but they might not!

    • garydlum Post author

      Thank you. I’m very flattered.

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