Episode #2

After a successful week, reaching #3 in the iTunes Technology podcast chart, and #82 in the overall podcast chart, it’s safe to say the pressure is bloody on! Then there were the plaudits from that Mr Boag on his Podcast! So, here is the ‘difficult second episode’ (like the difficult second album).

In this weeks show:

  • Jon gets his own microphone, and the sweetie wrappers have been cleared up!
  • More listeners questions are dissected, discussed and digested.
  • We go live to Squadron Leader, Jon Dennis, for the RAF joke.
  • Featured Font takes a break for a week as we interview Mr Paul Boag and pump him for podcasting tips.

This shows hypertext goodness:

We have plenty of questions that we intend to use in the future, so don’t lose heart if yours hasn’t been answered. We may do some ‘specials’ where just answer one question (some of them are quite big!). Please send in your questions (preferably using the format “Does the panel think?” or “What can the panel suggest?” – that sort of thing, it makes it feel more Gardeners Worldy).

Download: The Rissington Podcast – Episode 2. Tally ho and chocks away!


3 Responses to “Episode #2”

  1. 1 rafrissington October 2, 2007 at 8:23 pm

    .mp3 version here: http://hicksdesign.co.uk/podcasts/Episode2.mp3

    When we move to our new server, the mp3 download can be part of the post, but for now, it’s screwing up the feed!

  1. 1 veeliam Trackback on October 3, 2007 at 1:17 am
  2. 2 Rissington & Stilton « veeliam Trackback on October 3, 2007 at 1:17 am
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Welcome to the Rissington Podcast!

Messrs Oxton and Hicks, broadcasting from the ex-RAF base in Upper Rissington, UK.

Think of this as a geek version of Gardeners Question Time. We take your questions, be they concerning semantic HTML, CSS, cheese, cookery or whatever is on your minds. We are your expert panellists, agony aunts and general life-gurus. Email us your questions!

We will also have regular spots - jokes from an 1940's RAF magazine, typeface of the 'week', and any geek/technology thing we care to talk about.


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