Hello… hello? Anybody out there? Yes, you are! Well…we’re baaaacccckkk!
After a break while Graeme moved places, with a review of the first Watch book, some news, clacks, and new members of the watch.
Also, if you experience anything odd with the audio, there have been some difficulties but our recording and editing Wiz, Graeme, has done his best to deal with them. Also, the audio quality may a bit different than normal, given he was using different recording equipment to capture our voices, but next time will be back to normal.
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Hello all! I’m sorry to announce that the podcast will be delayed for another month because our Uberwald living host is still unable to record, given moving and what not.
But to make sure you’re not without Pratchettity (that’s a word, right?) goodness, over the next few days I’ll be asking and answering questions here on the Facebook group- I mean here at the Watch cafeteria about Discworld. I can even do it on Google+, and Twitter.
For example, in our first episode Graeme and I told you our favourite Pratchett book and character. But if you want me to, we can turn that in the plural, I can give you my top three(? Five?), and I’ll ask you too. Then, when we record the next episode, we’ll read them out on the show! And maybe a few episodes after that, depending on how many of you take part.
So stayed tuned, if that saying can be applied to something in a textual form, and we can have a few Facebookie, and Google +(ie? That doesn’t work as well….) type chats over the next few days.
Oh, if you do ask me on Twitter, tweet to
@RhysParton and use the Hash-tags #PratchettPodcast and #DiscworldFavs. Lets get asking/answering!
In this episode I (Rhys) give my review of the book version of Wyrd Sisters, then both Graeme and I move on to talk about Pyramids, news and more.
In the next episode, which will be a month late because Graeme is moving and he can’t guaranty he’ll have internet access so you’ll have to bear with us, we’ll review Guards! Guards! the first of the brilliant watch series! Send us your thoughts to email@example.com.
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Here in episode 12a (yes, we’re paranoid at The Pratchett Podcast) Graeme looked at the Wyrd Sisters book, seeing as we’ve already reviewed the animated version, while I, Rhys, was in Sydney on a holiday.
Don’t worry, my thoughts on it will be on a quick feature I’m going to call “Rhys, You Really Should Make Time To Review This On The Episode It’s Meant To Be On” or “Catch Up Review”.
Also in the next episode will be the usual news, welcoming the new members of The Watch (Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/126205344153979/?ref=notif¬if_t=group_r2j) and then a review of Pyramids. So, if you’ve got any thoughts on Pryamids, send ’em into firstname.lastname@example.org
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Happy Birthday to us! In this, our twelfth episode (obviously), we review the fun romp that is Sir Terry’s first book, The Carpet People.
In our next episode we’ll be review the BOOK VERSION (we’ve reviewed the animation) of Wyrd Sisters. Let us know what you think by sending your thoughts to email@example.com. Also, if there is ANYTHING Pratchett related (or podcast related) send it in. Be it news of conventions, fan films/movements or even things that we can do to improve the show, it doesn’t just have to be what we’re reviewing.
Episode 11 is here. This time round I (Rhys) do a quick review of Mort, then Graeme and I both go through feedback and our thoughts and review of Sourcery.
Next episode it’s The Carpet People and our 1st Anniversary! Send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In which Graeme reviews Mort – the story, not the character. I – Rhys – will have a review of it next episode.
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In episode 9 we review Equal Rites, enjoy.
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Here, in episode eig- er 7a, we review of The Light Fantastic, enjoy and send us your thoughts.
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So here we are, reviewing the books, not soon enough for some of you too, I take it. Anyway, in this episode we review The Colour Of Magic, enjoy.
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