The most recent episode of the Podcaster’s Guide to the Conspiracy is up on Podbean. You can listen in via this link (or via the widget on the sidebar). In this week’s episode we cover the Celtic New Zealand thesis, so expect a lot of talk about racism.
Long time listeners will be interested to hear that we’ve decided to go commercial… Well, we’ve decided to pay for podcast hosting because the system we had initially set up was a) producing a wonky RSS feed and b) running out of space. So, from this week onwards you can find the Podcaster’s Guide to the Conspriacy over at Podbean here. You might also want to update your RSS podcast app to point to: http://conspiracism.podbean.com/feed/
(Don’t worry about the iTunes feed; that hasn’t changed.)
One benefit of moving to a more bespoke solution is that Josh and I will finally get to see just how few of you are listening. Tune in next week when we just sigh and ask “What’s it all about, Alfie?”
Oh, and this week’s episode can be listened to via this funky HTML5 player!
Those of you who only read Episto via the glory and wonder of RSS might not have noticed that I’ve embarked on a new project with my good friend Josh Addison. Together, each week, we produce “The Podcaster’s Guide to the Galaxy”, a weekly, humorous and philosophical look at conspiracy theory theories and conspiracy theories. We’ve released four episodes those far, all of which can be accessed here (and can be subscribed to via iTunes with this link or via RSS with this link).
So, whilst I’m not longer a C-grade radio celebrity, I am becoming a C-grade podcast celebrity. As I like to say, it’s all swings and roundabouts until someone gets hurt.