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New Podcast For 2014 – Guests & Contributors Needed

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Happy belated New Year! Firstly, a huge thanks to those that have listened to my Christmas Podcast ‘experiment’ and sent some kind words my way.  The amount of downloads and positive feedback has far surpassed my expectations.  Some rather unpleasant pro-sprout fanaticism aside, it’s been fun.

Podcasting was a learning curve but I plan to use my experiences to produce a better, bigger, more entertaining and engaging show for 2014. I’m hoping to release it fortnightly/monthly, blending humour, news, guides, debates and interesting guests.

Using new equipment & new techniques, I’m hoping there will also be a noticeable improvement in sound quality & production value.  I have set early February as a tentative date to kick off the new run of episodes, so if you haven’t already, please subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher or YouTube.

This is now where you wonderful primates come in*.

Do you have something to say that may be of interest to others? Click here to answer a few questions and be considered as a guest for the show.

Do you have an idea for a recurring feature that you would like to be a regular correspondent for? Perhaps you are involved in something that is ongoing, whereby you could check-in with frequent reports? Contact me and let me know.

Perhaps you’re musically inclined and have some songs, either sincere, or comedic that you wish to share? Contact me and let me know.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas for what you would like to hear from a heathen focused podcast? Perhaps you have some guest suggestions? Let me know in the comments section below.

If you enjoyed the Christmas Podcasts and would like to get behind a new regular show, you can help to support it in other ways too:

The current cost to me for providing these shows as free to download is £110/$180US per year.  By making a small donation (or massive – I’m not fussy) you can help to supplement these costs and make the hours spent planning, recording and editing more economically viable.

Click To Support This Podcast

Click To Support This Podcast

You can also help by listening, reviewing, subscribing, rating and sharing my show via Stitcher, iTunes and YouTube.

A combination these actions enables the show to climb their respective charts, bypassing evangelical religious content and placing atheistic voices right in amongst the piety.  I doubt they will enjoy that.

I look forward to hearing from you.

GS

New Podcast For 2014 – Guests & Contributors Needed

GS-Podcast-1small

Happy belated New Year! Firstly, a huge thanks to those that have listened to my Christmas Podcast ‘experiment’ and sent some kind words my way.  The amount of downloads and positive feedback has far surpassed my expectations.  Some rather unpleasant pro-sprout fanaticism aside, it’s been fun.

Podcasting was a learning curve but I plan to use my experiences to produce a better, bigger, more entertaining and engaging show for 2014. I’m hoping to release it fortnightly/monthly, blending humour, news, guides, debates and interesting guests.

Using new equipment & new techniques, I’m hoping there will also be a noticeable improvement in sound quality & production value.  I have set early February as a tentative date to kick off the new run of episodes, so if you haven’t already, please subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher or YouTube.

This is now where you wonderful primates come in*.

Do you have something to say that may be of interest to others? Click here to answer a few questions and be considered as a guest for the show.

Do you have an idea for a recurring feature that you would like to be a regular correspondent for? Perhaps you are involved in something that is ongoing, whereby you could check-in with frequent reports? Contact me and let me know.

Perhaps you’re musically inclined and have some songs, either sincere, or comedic that you wish to share? Contact me and let me know.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas for what you would like to hear from a heathen focused podcast? Perhaps you have some guest suggestions? Let me know in the comments section below.

If you enjoyed the Christmas Podcasts and would like to get behind a new regular show, you can help to support it in other ways too:

The current cost to me for providing these shows as free to download is £110/$180US per year.  By making a small donation (or massive – I’m not fussy) you can help to supplement these costs and make the hours spent planning, recording and editing more economically viable.

Click To Support This Podcast

Click To Support This Podcast

You can also help by listening, reviewing, subscribing, rating and sharing my show via Stitcher, iTunes and YouTube.

A combination these actions enables the show to climb their respective charts, bypassing evangelical religious content and placing atheistic voices right in amongst the piety.  I doubt they will enjoy that.

I look forward to hearing from you.

GS

Christmas Podcast – Listen Now

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Back in October I extended an invitation to fellow non-believers to be a guest on a ‘planned’ podcast which would focus (mostly!) on the Christmas experience. Thankfully, I received plenty of interest from people far and wide. Phew.

The idea was to create something which would allow people to hear what Christmas means to other non-believers with varying cultural backgrounds, traditions and opinions.

My only hope is to provide the opportunity to learn something, laugh a little and reinforce the knowledge that religion needn’t be the only reason for the season.

All Episodes will be released throughout December for free via iTunes  and Youtube.  Click below to listen now:

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Although these will remain available for free, if you do enjoy them, please consider making a contributory donation below.  Your contribution will be used to supplement ongoing hosting & production costs, new equipment for further shows and possibly Scotch.  Yeah.  Definitely Scotch.

Click To Support This Podcast

Click To Support This Podcast

It’s been a huge pleasure and privilege to talk to so many different and interesting people. Finding the time to juggle full-time employment, unforgiving time differences and a laborious editing process has been a challenge, but I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the experience.  It’s with regret that I haven’t been able to reach out to everyone that took the time to contact me, but I’m incredibly grateful to have heard from you all the same.

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