This Reality – Podcast No 4

Danger – bad words lurk herein! The ‘Explicit’ tag has finally been switched on.

Episode 4 (30 minutes running time):
I’m feeling creative! And are those my nerves I see disappearing over the horizon? And am I getting good at this? Or is it a momentary aberration?

Adam Curry has a well-earned rest from doing the incoming announcement (but I’ve finally got around to asking for – and been given – his permission to use his voice for future episodes. Yay!).

This week’s Great Literary Beginnings wordage comes straight from the throat of The Lovely S!

Episode 4 comes from a rural portion of Worcestershire, England – where the weather (according to the media) is so unusual your trousers might fall off. Not. I mean not to your trousers falling off and not to it being unusual.

The discussion ranges far and wide this week and encompasses Ston Easton Horse Trials, consumer surveys and a range of other topics including an ad hoc film review!

Iron Maiden mashed with Public Enemy to bring you Hallowed Be Thy Enemy – produced by Wax Audio. If this isn’t a brilliant combination of two forms of entertainment, my name’s not Arlene Phillips.

The beautiful Midnight by Adrina Thorpe from the podsafe music network.

Bernard Kelly, Make A Move from the podsafe music network; a little rough around the edges but foot-tappin’ rock’n’roll.

Thanks for listening. And whichever reality you’re living in, have a fantastic week.

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5 Responses to This Reality – Podcast No 4

  1. Soph says:

    The text and the e-mail were just in case a) you were out riding and didn’t get the e-mail or b) you were at the house with no mobile signal and didn’t get the text.

    Oh yes. And I didn’t want to walk in and find you in the hot tub with three Page 3 lovelies, now did I?

  2. Brennig says:

    Three? Am I supposed to be cutting down now? 🙂

    But the truth is that you are my very own Page Three lovely.

  3. Soph says:

    Oh yes – why would you need anyone else’s puppies when you’ve got these babies to play with?!

  4. Stratford Girl says:

    I feel like I have missed something here!! Are you doing podcasts now? Is this you talking? (I’m currently at work and have no sound on this computer). How exciting! Will have to listen when I get home.

  5. Brennig says:

    SG: Yep! It’s a bit of an experiment – but you should feel free to join in! Comments, views and even reports or submissions from your reality are welcome.

    One episode a week and this is week four. It’s still a bit rough and ready but gradually improving. 🙂 Feel free to let me know what you think; be as blunt as you like.