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    We briefly discussed this in the pub before Watford, how much interest would there be in an Oscillating Wildly podcast? Obviously not just me wittering on by myself.
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    As long as you promise not to talk about wrestling I think it would be an excellent idea!

    Edit: That wasn't aimed at James by the way (didn't notice his post) more aimed at the Wolves podcast that is currently out there..

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    I’d listen to it, you are a very articulate person would certainly be 500 times better than anything talksport put out

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    That would be a fantastic idea. I'd listen (admiteddly that doesn't say much as i listen to a lot of dodgy podcasts).
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungWolf View Post
    As long as you promise not to talk about wrestling I think it would be an excellent idea!

    Edit: That wasn't aimed at James by the way (didn't notice his post) more aimed at the Wolves podcast that is currently out there..
    Yeah, it ain't my bag.

    I'm only thinking out loud really, I don't know what it all involves. But if the demand is there then I'll have a look. I don't mind rattling on, I'm good at talking (allegedly).
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    I’m sure theres plenty of us on here who can assist you.

    From experience you need a good microphone, recording software (audacity is a good one) and upload it to soundcloud. Then the rest is down to you and what you want to put out.

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    I'd listen to an OW podcast. Would you think of doing a Wolves-related one, or a more general football one? I'd find either interesting tbh

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    Wolves probably. Again, the current offerings are pretty dismal (IMO).

    The wrestling crew are pure cringe and I can't deal with Baldy Tim and Nathan Rioja having "banter". As for SBR....well, they think swearing is funny. I did once too, but I was about 10 at the time.
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    I personally like the Wolves Fancast. Like others, I don't get the whole wrestling thing though.

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    Although I don't listen to any of the other Wolves/E&S podcasts, nor watch the YouTube VeeLogs (although I did watch one minute of "Dazzling Dave" once ) I'd definitely give it a listen.

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    Dan - would happily listen to you expounding on about Wolves

    A lot of the rest think they need to put 'humour' in (& mostly fail anyway)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    We briefly discussed this in the pub before Watford, how much interest would there be in an Oscillating Wildly podcast? Obviously not just me wittering on by myself.
    I'd subscribe, for sure.
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    Ok, we might well look at getting going in 2019. I've got some people looking into the technical stuff, happy to hear from anyone who'd like to get involved (subject to audition, of course )
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    I'd give it a go. After all we were on the radio together once Dan.
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    If you interviewed Connor Coady would we be able to tell you pair apart, I need visuals
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    If you interviewed Connor Coady would we be able to tell you pair apart, I need visuals
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    Ben Marshall I'd have granted you.
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    This seemed as good a thread as any. The Gary Lineker/Danny Baker podcast is always a good listener - and today they discussed the Bull/Lineker fight rumour. Lineker confirmed it was all bollocks....

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    I've been listening to a lot of the 30 for 30 podcasts. Really good if you're into sports stories (do people here like sports?)
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    Late to this, but my podcast follows are:
    Lineker and Baker Behind Closed Doors - Very Similar to the original 606, although has been parked recently for obvious reasons

    Old Gold Club - Some of it can be a bit bland, but usually a decent listen

    Eagle Eye - Niche one really unless you follow the Philadelphia Eagles

    My Dad wrote a Porno - Listened to 8 episodes and it's crying out loud funny. Not sure how there's still material there 4 years later though so may get stale

    Bootroom to Boardroom - Danny Kelly and Simon Jordan. I like DK and although I don't always agree with Jordan I find him engaging

    Tried the Crouch one, but couldn't get beyond the Steve Wright levels of sycophancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Ok, we might well look at getting going in 2019. I've got some people looking into the technical stuff, happy to hear from anyone who'd like to get involved (subject to audition, of course )
    What became of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Towner View Post

    My Dad wrote a Porno - Listened to 8 episodes and it's crying out loud funny. Not sure how there's still material there 4 years later though so may get stale
    I can assure you they don't get stale, one of the funniest podcast series I've ever listened to. Book 4 especially is hilarious

    They have just announced details of their second live tour starting next year, I went to their first show last year and it was hysterical. It's just been broadcast on Sky Atlantic and is probably still available on demand.

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    Going to the Old Gold Club live show at the Grand on Friday. Should be a decent evening out.


    Quickly Kevin is also back soon. They are kicking off with a load shorter preseason podcasts before starting the proper run. They will be doing their review of the 3rd Steve Bruce novel in this season which is very exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Going to the Old Gold Club live show at the Grand on Friday. Should be a decent evening out.


    Quickly Kevin is also back soon. They are kicking off with a load shorter preseason podcasts before starting the proper run. They will be doing their review of the 3rd Steve Bruce novel in this season which is very exciting.
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    Off Menu with James Acaster and Ed Gamble is pretty good.

    One that's a bit weird but has had me in stitches is Gossip Mongers with Joe Wilkinson. Check out the most recent episode - the story of the long jumper is superb
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    The Old Gold Club is good. I don't like the fancast - I still think there is a gap in the market for a good podcast with serious conversation about Wolves.

    Non-Wolves related - Unexplained by Richard MacLean Smith is a good one - he's got the voice for these stories too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Towner View Post
    What became of this?
    It's not something I can do at the moment. But eventually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Going to the Old Gold Club live show at the Grand on Friday. Should be a decent evening out.
    Yes it was.

    Alex Rae is fucking hilarious.

    Dave Edwards was more candid than we thought he'd be though sadly did not slag off Saunders (he never came up). Couple of telling omissions when he was picking best players (hi Karl and Steven).

    A lot of the John Richards stuff is over my head as I wasn't even born when he's talking about good teams that he played in. Also naturally biased when he says how good his lot were but I can understand that. Nice guy, I'm not the market but the audience who were largely older than us did enjoy his stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Yes it was.

    Alex Rae is fucking hilarious.

    Dave Edwards was more candid than we thought he'd be though sadly did not slag off Saunders (he never came up). Couple of telling omissions when he was picking best players (hi Karl and Steven).

    A lot of the John Richards stuff is over my head as I wasn't even born when he's talking about good teams that he played in. Also naturally biased when he says how good his lot were but I can understand that. Nice guy, I'm not the market but the audience who were largely older than us did enjoy his stuff.

    Chris Iwelumo is massive now. Proper built.
    Glad you enjoyed it, if I lived closer I would have gone. Relatively speaking JR played in the best Wolves sides of the last 50 years so fair play to him for eulagizing about them

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    Also Dave seemed to have a memory blank about Kites. Thought he basically was injured throughout his whole time here (after Dave arrived, which was Jan 08) and was never at his best. He got a ridiculous amount of assists in 08/09 as well as 8 goals.

    JR also thought Andy Gray was on the way down when we signed him, he was 23! Repeated that more than once too. Thought it was well weird at the time as I'm old enough to remember him playing for Rangers, that's when he was old, not before I was born.
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    Death in Ice Valley is worth a listen, investigating a woman who was found dead in Norway during the cold war.
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