Check out our mention on Brian's blog:
The Podcast Place reviewed a recent episode of the show and it was very nice comments we received, the episode was very much focused on news and entertainment events here in England, which seemed to alienate our poor American reviewer, however he didn't fault our abilities as comedy hosts, he in fact commended us on these aspects.

This is the review below:
"Theicepodcast (and yes, they do spell it as one word), uses the format that is being used by a lot of podcasts these days, in which the host voice their opinion of current News and Entertainment with a bit of humor. I don’t mean to say that in a bad way, really, it’s just what a lot of people are doing these days.

The hosts are Chris Crookall, Nick Jackson and Luke Whalley (WALL-E). They do a very good job at what they do and I think you like/dislike of the show will be whether or not you like the three of them. Personally, I liked them but for me, their talk is a little to English for me. There were times when I, as a American, didn’t know what the heck they were talking about."

Well that was his review, great stuff, comment on the site at the address below:

"Songs for Jenny" is an extraordinary CD, both in intent and sound.   
It features original instrumental work by Tony Pucci,
Tim Powles, Ricky Maymi, Stefan Horlitz, Shane Pex and Mark Moldre,
with lyrics and vocals by a great group of talented and kind-hearted musicians. 
The CD is being released on Heyday Records 
and is also available at Projekt Records,
this website, and Tony Pucci's Order Page.
The CD is named after Tony's sister, Jenny, who bravely faced ALS for 5 years. 
All proceeds from the sale of "Songs for Jenny" will go to the ALS Association of Minnesota
with the aim of discovering a cure and caring for the brave people facing ALS

Top Left=Nick jackson
Top Middle=Chris Crookall
Top Right=Luke Wall-E
Bottom Middle=1 year
Bottom Right=The Ice Podcast Trio