The Days and Nights of Molly's Dog

In this, the final soak in the virtual bathroom, Sam and Chris prepare to say goodbye to their respective homes in France and Chapeltown.

In a particularly bathroomy episode, Chris brings a bathroom-fixated reworking of a classic folk song and Sam encourages us to take some sexy pics in the bathroom. 
Damien McHugh sends a guest dispatch he made on an ancient phone and, as promised in Episode 18, we have two dispatches about DFTCB Facebook page 100th liker. Molly Ibbitson was the lucky(?)winner and she may or may not own a dog (we don't know).

Proper Revenant

Bonjour and Bienvenue to Le Gallic Bathroom!

Having endured a long-distance bathroomship for many months, Sam and Chris find themselves once again in knee-groping distance of each other on the top of a mountain in the French Alps.

Joined by their friend Ahmed (who has never listened to the show), they bathe in a baked brie of sonic delights, taking in topics such as showers, skiing, unsolicited phonecalls, disturbed sleep, bathroom robots and finding love in a universe sorely consisting of a near-infinite library. 
Producer Paul pops up to discuss his domestic arrangements with Chris and also coins the term 'Proper Revenant'.

Love Death and Listerine

With another dip into 'The Virtual Bathroom', Sam and Chris valiantly attempt once again to make an episode that is mainstream and popular.

They indulge in many top timesuckers and mortality distractions such as: 'Music', 'The Internet', 'Video Games', 'Religion' and 'Long-running US TV Series'.

Sam writes a love song, Chris reviews a computer game. Sam creates the ultimate internet list and Chris delves into some radio drama. Sam leads a prayer from upon a mountain top, they both make promises they can't fulfil, and Housekeeping goes in a shocking new direction.

A Show For Hangovers

The Communal Bathroom is no stranger to alcohol. The bath is often awash with all manner of wines and continental lagers. You will have heard them drunk and you will certainly have heard them hungover. So who better to present a two-part sonic exploration on the subject: one episode about the delights of drinking, and one episode about the hell of hangovers.

In the first episode, they got drunk. They said cheers and had their first pint, they sang songs together and tried to decide which club to go to, they got to the club and the evening browned out.

In this, the second episode, they are hungover. They try to recover with some soothing music while trying not to reflect too much on the night before, they look at the science of the hangover and at the end of the day they find themselves hearing the call of alcohol once again.

It's taken a little longer this time to get a new episode out. Let's just say they were waiting at the bar for a while so they thought they may as well buy two. Cheers!

A Show For Drunks

The Communal Bathroom is no stranger to alcohol. The bath is often awash with all manner of wines and continental lagers. You will have heard them drunk and you will certainly have heard them hungover. So who better to present a two-part sonic exploration on the subject: one episode about the delights of drinking, and one episode about the hell of hangovers.

In this, the first episode, they get drunk. They say cheers and have their first pint, they sing songs together and try to decide which club to go to, they get to the club and the evening browns out.

In the second episode, they are hungover. They try to recover with some soothing music while trying not to reflect too much on the night before, they look at the science of the hangover and at the end of the day they find themselves hearing the call of alcohol once again.

It's taken a little longer this time to get a new episode out. Let's just say they were waiting at the bar for a while so they thought they may as well buy two. Cheers!

The Faucet Awakens

With Sam having moved to France, this 2nd Season opener is the first dip into 'The Virtual Bathroom'.
Using laptop-straining technical wizardry, and with the expressed intent of moving into more accessible, mainstream territory, Sam and Chris get stuck into a glut of new dispatches.

Central to this episode are two outside contributions. Chris presents a dispatch from Laura Sullivan, who brings us some stories of strangers from Australia, and Sam bags an exclusive interview with 'The Guy From Star Wars'.

In between is the patented DFTCB mix of songs, poems and borderline unlistenable sound art about subjects as various as rust, new year's resolutions and contactless card payment systems. 
Genuinely surprised that one or both of their laptops didn't die in the process, Sam and Chris may have accidentally forgotten the plan to be more mainstream and accessible...