This month we are trying to welcome you to a whole new batch of podcasts that you may not of heard of, got round to listen to or didn’t know they even existed! Well, I personally love podcast’s but a lot of the time I don’t have that much time to listen to something new. So as part of Podcast month, I am delving into the podcast’s I haven’t listened to yet and giving you my honest first response to listening to one of the episodes.
Episode Reviewed – The Important Broadcast Module 1: Ground Rules (with Ross Noble)
Danny Wallace is not stranger to the radio or the podcast and has been on many before but this is a brand spanking new podcast and radio show for 2018 for Radio X and I was intrigued to know what it was like because I love reading all of his books that I wanted to delve into his new podcast to see if I enjoyed it.
When you first listen to the podcast you wonder what is happening and you feel like you have dived into the middle of a party but never fear because Danny has a great vibe of welcoming you in. It is very easy listening to from the get go, just like his books or his articles for Shortlist, it is automatically quick witted and warm.
Danny has a sidekick in the terms of a guy called Steve who works in Social Media for Radio X. It is a podcast that is made out of the Radio show so it has a real radio feel to it but this isn’t a bad thing this is what makes Radio X podcasts fun – the live feel about them. This is all about information – if you as a listener provide the show with some facts then you get upgraded to a Senior listener and if your information is false or not correct you downgrade to a junior listener.
It is a podcast that is really easy to listen to – if you are looking for background noise, it is good to zone out a little bit to – if you want a podcast that you can listen to for some light hearted fun, it is also great for that as well. Why not give it a try, you may find your new best friend. If you want to listen to it live, the you can on Sundays 11am – 1pm on Radio X.
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