BritCaster.com - aggregated UK podcast feed BritCaster.com brings the entire UK podcasting spectrum into a single location, enabling you to samle the best of UK audio and video podcasts in one place. http://britcaster.com en 20 February 2018, 3:26 BCAggregator The No1 in aggregated podcast feeds BritCaster provides the only place where you can find a comprehensive and constantly refreshed feed containing the latest podcast programmes to be released from within the UK. BritCaster.com Podcast Image britcaster,UK,British,English,Scottish, Welsh,Irish,Ireland,England,Wales,Scotland,podcast,feed,sport,entertainment,news,talk,music info@britcaster.com BritCaster Admin NicholsonCast 064 - Feb 18 - Nicholson Pres. Bounce Anomaly
A mix n' match of some of my latest work as played at my recent set at Anomaly, for a promo for my upcoming set for them at Bounce Factory in Birmingham on March 2nd 2018! So many ID's ive decided to let you guess the tracklist? :) . Send it too djcarlnicholson@hotmail.com and if you are right, i'll give you a never before released track :)

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30 Jan 2018 @ 04:08 am +0000 http://nicholsoncast.podomatic.com NicholsonCast - Trance For The Harder Generation A mix n\' match of some of my latest work as played at my recent set at Anomaly, for a promo for my upcoming set for them at Bounce Factory in Birmingham on March 2nd 2018! So many ID\'s ive decided to let you guess the tracklist? :) . Send it too djcarlnicholson@hotmail.com and if you are right, i\'ll give you a never before released track :) NicholsonCast - Trance For The Harder Generation http://nicholsoncast.podomatic.com
King Falls AM, News, My Last 3 Slices - VP025
  • Continuing with Netflix exclusive Daredevil - nearly at the end of season 1, fantastic show, violent at times but the characters and plot is gripping.
  • Finished season 2 of Peaky Blinders, the BBC made drama about the infamous gang who ruled Birmingham in the early 1900s. can’t wait to watch season 3
  • And I’ve been binge listening to this weeks recommendation, but more on that later
  •   What last 3 slices of entertainment or media have you been consuming recently? Get in touch and let us all know.   NEWS
    • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced that martial arts superstar Jackie Chan is set to receive an Honorary Oscar at the Governors Awards on November 12th.
    • Anew trailer has arrived online for director Paolo Sorrentino’s upcoming eight-part TV drama series The Young Pope which stars Jude Law as “the first American Pope” Lenny Belardo, a.k.a. Pius XIII
     

     

     
    • Back in November of last year it was revealed that Kevin Bacon had signed on for a return to the Tremors franchise for a TV adaptation of the cult 1990 horror-comedy, with Bacon also executive producing alongside Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions. Since then we’ve had no further updates on the project, but the actor has now confirmed that the series is moving forward at Amazon Studios.
    • The SUN tabloid is reporting that these are the frontrunners in being cast as the replacement for Daniel Craig as 007:

    Idris Elba (Luther)

    Michael Fassbender (The Light Between Oceans),

    Tom Hiddleston (The Night Manager),

    Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy),

    Luke Evans (Fast & Furious 6) and

    Aidan Turner (Poldark)

    While producer Barbara Broccoli is also keen on Jamie Bell (Fantastic Four) and James Norton (War & Peace).

     
    • Couple of new movie trailers that look interesting.  The first is for Netflix produced scoff Arq.  railers Ahead of its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next weekend, a poster and trailer have arrived online for the upcoming sci-fi thriller. The film marks the directorial feature length debut for Orphan Black writer Tony Elliott and stars Robbie Amell (The Flash) and Rachael Taylor (Jessica Jones)
     

     

        Arq is set for release on September 16th on Netflix.   The second trailer of note is for the Russian superhero movie Guardians  
    • And finally it t looks like Syfy’s upcoming Superman prequel pilot has found its female lead, with Deadline reporting that British actress Georgina Campbell (After Hours) is set to play Lyta Zod in Krypton.

    The potential series from David S. Goyer (Man of Steel) is set on Superman’s home planet and follows his grandfather Seg-El, as he fights to redeem his family’s honour after the Hosue of El is ostracized and shamed.”

    Campbell’s Lyta Zod is described as a cadet in Krypton’s military, who has been having a clandestine, forbidden romance with Seg-El.     Recommendation of the Week   This week's recommendation is the wonderful King Falls AM.   King Falls AM is a fictional narrative podcast that centers on a lonely little mountain town's late-night AM talk radio show and its paranormal, peculiar and weird happenings & inhabitants.   Each episode of King Falls AM sees big city radio host Sammy Stevens, joined by Ben Arnold his producer, broadcast in the early hours to the inhabitants of King Falls.  The town appears on the surface to be a normal, picture post card town, but below the still waters there’s a whole host of mysterious and weird happenings.  The show is very tongue in cheek, and though follows a similar format to the hugely successful Welcome to NightVale, is grounded more in reality, but only slightly.   The 2 lead characters build up a genuine chemistry and the strong supporting characters add to the overall feel of a living community, even if they are slightly odd. Sammy is the straight guy in all of this, trying to make sense as an outsider on the events that take place, whilst to everyone else is business as normal.   I’ve been very impressed by this show - funny, addictive and at times surprisingly moving, my other subscribed to podcasts have had to take a back seat whilst I catch up with the 30 or so episodes so far.   King Falls AM can be found on iTunes and other pod catchers. If you give it a listen, please let me know what you think.

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    4 Sep 2016 @ 06:05 am +0000 http://virtual-pizza.com Virtual Pizza Welcome to episode 25 of Virtual Pizza, I’m Phil Olson and we’ve got an extravaganza of pizza toppings this week!  We have My Last 3 Slices, Loads of entertainment news and my recommendation of the week.           My last 3 slices Continuing with Netflix exclusive Daredevil - nearly at the end of season 1, fantastic show, violent at times but the characters and plot is gripping. Finished season 2 of Peaky Blinders, the BBC made drama about the infamous gang who ruled Birmingham in the early 1900s. can’t wait to watch season 3 And I’ve been binge listening to this weeks recommendation, but more on that later   What last 3 slices of entertainment or media have you been consuming recently? Get in touch and let us all know.   NEWS The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced that martial arts superstar Jackie Chan is set to receive an Honorary Oscar at the Governors Awards on November 12th. Anew trailer has arrived online for director Paolo Sorrentino’s upcoming eight-part TV drama series The Young Pope which stars Jude Law as “the first American Pope” Lenny Belardo, a.k.a. Pius XIII       Back in November of last year it was revealed that Kevin Bacon had signed on for a return to the Tremors franchise for a TV adaptation of the cult 1990 horror-comedy, with Bacon also executive producing alongside Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions. Since then we’ve had no further updates on the project, but the actor has now confirmed that the series is moving forward at Amazon Studios. The SUN tabloid is reporting that these are the frontrunners in being cast as the replacement for Daniel Craig as 007: Idris Elba (Luther) Michael Fassbender (The Light Between Oceans), Tom Hiddleston (The Night Manager), Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy), Luke Evans (Fast & Furious 6) and Aidan Turner (Poldark) While producer Barbara Broccoli is also keen on Jamie Bell (Fantastic Four) and James Norton (War & Peace).   Couple of new movie trailers that look interesting.  The first is for Netflix produced scoff Arq.  railers Ahead of its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next weekend, a poster and trailer have arrived online for the upcoming sci-fi thriller. The film marks the directorial feature length debut for Orphan Black writer Tony Elliott and stars Robbie Amell (The Flash) and Rachael Taylor (Jessica Jones)         Arq is set for release on September 16th on Netflix.   The second trailer of note is for the Russian superhero movie Guardians   And finally it t looks like Syfy’s upcoming Superman prequel pilot has found its female lead, with Deadline reporting that British actress Georgina Campbell (After Hours) is set to play Lyta Zod in Krypton. The potential series from David S. Goyer (Man of Steel) is set on Superman’s home planet and follows his grandfather Seg-El, as he fights to redeem his family’s honour after the Hosue of El is ostracized and shamed.” Campbell’s Lyta Zod is described as a cadet in Krypton’s military, who has been having a clandestine, forbidden romance with Seg-El.     Recommendation of the Week   This week\'s recommendation is the wonderful King Falls AM.   King Falls AM is a fictional narrative podcast that centers on a lonely little mountain town\'s late-night AM talk radio show and its paranormal, peculiar and weird happenings & inhabitants.   Each episode of King Falls AM sees big city radio host Sammy Stevens, joined by Ben Arnold his producer, broadcast in the early hours to the inhabitants of King Falls.  The town appears on the surface to be a normal, picture post card town, but below the still waters there’s a whole host of mysterious and weird happenings.  The show is very tongue in cheek, and though follows a similar format to the hugely successful Welcome to NightVale, is grounded more in reality, but only slightly.   The 2 lead characters build up a genuine chemistry and the strong supporting characters add to the overall feel of a living community, even if they are slightly odd. Sammy is the straight guy in all of this, trying to make sense as an outsider on the events that take place, whilst to everyone else is business as normal.   I’ve been very impressed by this show - funny, addictive and at times surprisingly moving, my other subscribed to podcasts have had to take a back seat whilst I catch up with the 30 or so episodes so far.   King Falls AM can be found on iTunes and other pod catchers. If you give it a listen, please let me know what you think. Virtual Pizza http://virtual-pizza.com
    SnC 423 – Smiley time Kuenta i Tambú  put a smile on our collective faces this week.

    Kuenta i Tambú put a smile on our collective faces this week.

    A somewhat exotic show this week with a slight variation of approach. We’ve got five fascinating independent artists from Amsterdam (with their take on the music of Curaçao), Montreal (singing in Spanish), California but with a song in Serbian and, of course, a German Ska band.

     

    Take My Hand – Dirty Primitives (Lille, France)

    The band comprises Jean Bernard Hoste: singing, feet drumming and basic guitar along with David Bausseron: guitar, noise / Fuzz and More Fuzz! The minimalist duo’s music is described as “electric and noisy primitive”.

    Located somewhere near the crossroads of stomp garage rock and blues folk noise. The line-up offers two electric guitars, a bass drum, a hi-hat, and a few touches of “random loop” electro. Dirty Primitives played their first concerts in 2011

    www.dirtyprimitives.com

     

    Chilly Winds (Trad. Appalachia) – moira smiley & VOCO (CA, USA)

    Moira Smiley & VOCO have created on their new album, Laughter Out of Tears (released September 15, 2014 on Whim Records), pulling together people from Australia, Europe, and all throughout North America.

    Redefining harmony singing with the power & physicality of folksong, the avant-garde fearlessness of Béla Bartók and vaudevillian combo of cello, accordion & banjo.

    Working with voices has always been Smiley’s joy.   A virtuosic singer, she works with artists as varied as Paul Hillier, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, KITKA, Tim O’Brien, Solas and tUnE-yArDs, and has sung everything from Stockhausen and Stravinsky to traditional folk music – which remains her deepest love, to the level that she’s spent time as a song collector in the Balkans. She’s recorded Irish sean-nós on her solo record Rua, been featured on radio, television and films, taught at the University of Birmingham in England and several American universities, and been the recipient of an enviable list of grants and awards.

    In 2006 Smiley formed VOCO, a five-piece group of singers and players, with an improvisational – and uniquely vocal – approach to American and Eastern European folk music, and Smiley’s polyphonic originals.

    “The band is made up of spare ingredients,” she says. “There’s usually cello, always body percussion, and everyone sings, of course. I write for three or four voices in harmony, and I play banjo and accordion.”

    Laughter Out of Tears continues a journey Smiley has begun with VOCO’s three previous releases.

    Oj Jabuko (trad. Serbia) – moira smiley & VOCO (CA, USA)

    A second track from Moira Smiley.

    www.moirasmiley.com

    www.facebook.com/VOCOinfo

     

    Relojes – Alejandra Ribera (Montreal, Canada)

    Alejandra Ribera has a small tattoo inside each wrist. On the right, in Spanish, is the word ‘Listen’: on the left, ‘Remember.’ They’re not for display, but reminders to herself, watchwords for living and art. And she does both without compromise on her long-awaited second album, La boca (release: June 10, 2014 on Pheremone Recordings), a disc that brings together all the separate strands of her life and creativity.

    “My first album (Navigator, Navigather) came out in 2009, and people said I was crazy to wait to record the second,” she explains. “But I knew I wanted to work with producer Jean Massicotte (Lhasa de Sela, Patrick Watson). He was booked, so I waited for three years until he was available. And I was right; he was the person to find my thread, no matter whether I was singing in English, French or Spanish.”

    In part, her approach to words comes from the fact that Spanish was her first language. Her father hails from Argentina, and the family spent a year there when Ribera was very young. Finally, when they returned to Canada, she announced that she was just going to speak English.

    “But the sound of Spanish still feels very familiar,” she says. “It’s like something just out of reach, beyond a veil. So much of my writing is like a conversation with myself that’s very open-ended. And going outside my comfort zone, especially traveling where you don’t speak the language, stimulates me.”

    But the Canadian-born singer-songwriter has always followed her convictions, no matter where they’ve taken her: to Glasgow when she was 19, to see her mother’s Scottish homeland, living in Paris and Malaga, or moving to Québec to work with Massicotte.

     

    I Want – Alejandra Ribera (Montreal, Canada)

    A second track from Alejandra Ribera which features on her album, a richly textured, multilingual album that reflects the artist's roots as much as the journey she took to bring it to fruition. The artist, who cites amongst her greatest influences Rufus Wainwright, Chavela Vargas, and bagpipes, now divides her time between Montreal, Paris and Malaga where she continues to create..

    August 20th, 2014 New York City, NY  Joe’s Pub

    August 21st, 2014 Washington, DC  Bossa Bistro

    October 3rd, 2014 Lavaltrie, QC  Café-culturel Chasse Galerie

    October 4th, 2014 Eastman, QC  Cabaret Eastman

    October 9th, 2014 Varennes, QC  Maison Saint-Louis

    October 24th, 2014 Saint-Georges de Beauce, QC  Entrecours du Cegep Beauce-Appalaches

    November 14th, 2014 Sherbrooke, QC  Théatre Centennial

    November 15th, 2014 Baie-Du-Febvre, QC  Théatre Belcourt

    November 20th, 2014 Charlottetown, PEI   The Mack

    November 21st, 2014 Margaretsville, NS  Evergreen Theatre

    November 23rd, 2014 Truro, NSMarigold Cultural Centre

    November 26th, 2014 Saint John, NB  Imperial Theatre

    December 6th, 2014 Ottawa, ON  National Arts Centre Studio

    www.alejandraribera.com

    https://www.facebook.com/alejandraribera

    @alejandraribera

    Purchase La boca on iTunes

     

    Lightswitch – Kuenta i Tambú (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

    When Roël Calister, a Curaçao-born percussionist who moved to the Netherlands, began his career, it was with the traditional music of his homeland, everything he’d learned as he grew up. The band he founded in 2005, Kuenta i Tambú, played and sang acoustically. It even infused the material he composed. But in 2010 a sea change happened, following a change in band membership.

    “Like a lot of people, we were listening to hip-hop, to dance music,” Calister recalls. “We started experimenting with beats and electronics to give our music the feel that fascinated us in European electronic music, music we really loved. We released an EP and the style we call Tambutronic was born.”

    Since then Kuenta i Tambú have evolved and refined their music. They’ve introduced Tambutronic music to several continents, including prestigious gigs at Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center, and added a new singer, Diamanta, to make them into a five-piece. And, Calister says, “We knew it was time to make a proper album.”

    For all its contemporary sound, though, the music of KiT is very solidly based in tradition.

     

    Bool – Kuenta i Tambú

    Our second track from KIT

    Here's the About video:

    http://www.aboutkit.com/

    https://www.facebook.com/aboutkit

    @Aboutkit

     

    No Ska Today – Skabrot (Hünfeld, Germany)

    No Ska Today” continues with the philosphy of Skabrot’s previous release “Neotanzmusik” from 2012: music is diverse, colorful and true to life. The inspiration for this work comes from the expectations of society towards young people: Exciting, but back-breaking. Therefore the journey crosses Ska, Indie-Rock, Punk, Reggae, bliss and doubts.

    Free album download from Jamendo.

    … and here's their “about” video

    http://www.skabrot.de

    https://www.facebook.com/Skabrot

    http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/426658/skabrot

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    20 Aug 2014 @ 06:05 am +0000 http://suffolkandcool.com Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast Kuenta i Tambú put a smile on our collective faces this week. A somewhat exotic show this week with a slight variation of approach. We’ve got five fascinating independent artists from Amsterdam (with their take on the music of Curaçao), Montreal (singing in Spanish), California but with a song in Serbian and, of course, a German Ska band.   Take My Hand – Dirty Primitives (Lille, France) The band comprises Jean Bernard Hoste: singing, feet drumming and basic guitar along with David Bausseron: guitar, noise / Fuzz and More Fuzz! The minimalist duo’s music is described as “electric and noisy primitive”. Located somewhere near the crossroads of stomp garage rock and blues folk noise. The line-up offers two electric guitars, a bass drum, a hi-hat, and a few touches of “random loop” electro. Dirty Primitives played their first concerts in 2011 www.dirtyprimitives.com   Chilly Winds (Trad. Appalachia) – moira smiley & VOCO (CA, USA) Moira Smiley & VOCO have created on their new album, Laughter Out of Tears (released September 15, 2014 on Whim Records), pulling together people from Australia, Europe, and all throughout North America. Redefining harmony singing with the power & physicality of folksong, the avant-garde fearlessness of Béla Bartók and vaudevillian combo of cello, accordion & banjo. Working with voices has always been Smiley’s joy.   A virtuosic singer, she works with artists as varied as Paul Hillier, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, KITKA, Tim O’Brien, Solas and tUnE-yArDs, and has sung everything from Stockhausen and Stravinsky to traditional folk music – which remains her deepest love, to the level that she’s spent time as a song collector in the Balkans. She’s recorded Irish sean-nós on her solo record Rua, been featured on radio, television and films, taught at the University of Birmingham in England and several American universities, and been the recipient of an enviable list of grants and awards. In 2006 Smiley formed VOCO, a five-piece group of singers and players, with an improvisational – and uniquely vocal – approach to American and Eastern European folk music, and Smiley’s polyphonic originals. “The band is made up of spare ingredients,” she says. “There’s usually cello, always body percussion, and everyone sings, of course. I write for three or four voices in harmony, and I play banjo and accordion.” Laughter Out of Tears continues a journey Smiley has begun with VOCO’s three previous releases. Oj Jabuko (trad. Serbia) – moira smiley & VOCO (CA, USA) A second track from Moira Smiley. www.moirasmiley.com www.facebook.com/VOCOinfo   Relojes – Alejandra Ribera (Montreal, Canada) Alejandra Ribera has a small tattoo inside each wrist. On the right, in Spanish, is the word ‘Listen’: on the left, ‘Remember.’ They’re not for display, but reminders to herself, watchwords for living and art. And she does both without compromise on her long-awaited second album, La boca (release: June 10, 2014 on Pheremone Recordings), a disc that brings together all the separate strands of her life and creativity. “My first album (Navigator, Navigather) came out in 2009, and people said I was crazy to wait to record the second,” she explains. “But I knew I wanted to work with producer Jean Massicotte (Lhasa de Sela, Patrick Watson). He was booked, so I waited for three years until he was available. And I was right; he was the person to find my thread, no matter whether I was singing in English, French or Spanish.” In part, her approach to words comes from the fact that Spanish was her first language. Her father hails from Argentina, and the family spent a year there when Ribera was very young. Finally, when they returned to Canada, she announced that she was just going to speak English. “But the sound of Spanish still feels very familiar,” she says. “It’s like something just out of reach, beyond a veil. So much of my writing is like a conversation with myself that’s very open-ended. And going outside my comfort zone, especially traveling where you don’t speak the language, stimulates me.” But the Canadian-born singer-songwriter has always followed her convictions, no matter where they’ve taken her: to Glasgow when she was 19, to see her mother’s Scottish homeland, living in Paris and Malaga, or moving to Québec to work with Massicotte.   I Want – Alejandra Ribera (Montreal, Canada) A second track from Alejandra Ribera which features on her album, a richly textured, multilingual album that reflects the artist\'s roots as much as the journey she took to bring it to fruition. The artist, who cites amongst her greatest influences Rufus Wainwright, Chavela Vargas, and bagpipes, now divides her time between Montreal, Paris and Malaga where she continues to create.. August 20th, 2014 New York City, NY  Joe’s Pub August 21st, 2014 Washington, DC  Bossa Bistro October 3rd, 2014 Lavaltrie, QC  Café-culturel Chasse Galerie October 4th, 2014 Eastman, QC  Cabaret Eastman October 9th, 2014 Varennes, QC  Maison Saint-Louis October 24th, 2014 Saint-Georges de Beauce, QC  Entrecours du Cegep Beauce-Appalaches November 14th, 2014 Sherbrooke, QC  Théatre Centennial November 15th, 2014 Baie-Du-Febvre, QC  Théatre Belcourt November 20th, 2014 Charlottetown, PEI   The Mack November 21st, 2014 Margaretsville, NS  Evergreen Theatre November 23rd, 2014 Truro, NSMarigold Cultural Centre November 26th, 2014 Saint John, NB  Imperial Theatre December 6th, 2014 Ottawa, ON  National Arts Centre Studio www.alejandraribera.com https://www.facebook.com/alejandraribera @alejandraribera Purchase La boca on iTunes   Lightswitch – Kuenta i Tambú (Amsterdam, Netherlands) When Roël Calister, a Curaçao-born percussionist who moved to the Netherlands, began his career, it was with the traditional music of his homeland, everything he’d learned as he grew up. The band he founded in 2005, Kuenta i Tambú, played and sang acoustically. It even infused the material he composed. But in 2010 a sea change happened, following a change in band membership. “Like a lot of people, we were listening to hip-hop, to dance music,” Calister recalls. “We started experimenting with beats and electronics to give our music the feel that fascinated us in European electronic music, music we really loved. We released an EP and the style we call Tambutronic was born.” Since then Kuenta i Tambú have evolved and refined their music. They’ve introduced Tambutronic music to several continents, including prestigious gigs at Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center, and added a new singer, Diamanta, to make them into a five-piece. And, Calister says, “We knew it was time to make a proper album.” For all its contemporary sound, though, the music of KiT is very solidly based in tradition.   Bool – Kuenta i Tambú Our second track from KIT Here\'s the About video: http://www.aboutkit.com/ https://www.facebook.com/aboutkit @Aboutkit   No Ska Today – Skabrot (Hünfeld, Germany) “No Ska Today” continues with the philosphy of Skabrot’s previous release “Neotanzmusik” from 2012: music is diverse, colorful and true to life. The inspiration for this work comes from the expectations of society towards young people: Exciting, but back-breaking. Therefore the journey crosses Ska, Indie-Rock, Punk, Reggae, bliss and doubts. Free album download from Jamendo. … and here\'s their “about” video http://www.skabrot.de https://www.facebook.com/Skabrot http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/426658/skabrot Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast http://suffolkandcool.com
    Dominocast - DominoYeah June 2010 Ever wondered what it’s like to be in The Fall? From what your genial host Billy Reeves sees, it’s a right good laugh! Peter, Kieron and Dave invite Billy to help set up the stage for Mark in Birmingham, and talk about the current LP "Your Future, Our Clutter". The relatively new two young lads explain how they got invited to join the band and the chaps sift through an enormous pile of 10p records bought in the excellent Birmingham branch of Record & Tape exchange.

    So, two tracks from The Fall to hear, as well as a special Archie Bronson Outfit remix, the next single from "Becoming A Jackal" by Villagers, a lovely bit of Robert Wyatt and the beautiful sound of young L.A. new boys Chiefs.


    Chapter 1: Intro with Mr. Billy Reeves (0:00)
    Chapter 2: Chief "Breaking Walls" (0:29)
    Chapter 3: Archie Bronson Outfit "Hoola - Moscow Remix" (4:58)
    Chapter 4: The Fall "Cowboy George" (11:11)
    Chapter 5: The Fall interview (16:32)
    Chapter 6: The Fall "Bury Pts. 1 + 3" (23:55)
    Chapter 7: Villagers "Ship Of Promises" (30:43)
    Chapter 8: Domino Glastonbury Line-up (34:24)
    Chapter 9: Robert Wyatt "Sea Song" (35:18)

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    1 Jun 2010 @ 04:30 am +0000 http://www.dominorecordco.com Dominocast Ever wondered what it’s like to be in The Fall? From what your genial host Billy Reeves sees, it’s a right good laugh! Peter, Kieron and Dave invite Billy to help set up the stage for Mark in Birmingham, and talk about the current LP \"Your Future, Our Clutter\". The relatively new two young lads explain how they got invited to join the band and the chaps sift through an enormous pile of 10p records bought in the excellent Birmingham branch of Record & Tape exchange. So, two tracks from The Fall to hear, as well as a special Archie Bronson Outfit remix, the next single from \"Becoming A Jackal\" by Villagers, a lovely bit of Robert Wyatt and the beautiful sound of young L.A. new boys Chiefs. Chapter 1: Intro with Mr. Billy Reeves (0:00) Chapter 2: Chief \"Breaking Walls\" (0:29) Chapter 3: Archie Bronson Outfit \"Hoola - Moscow Remix\" (4:58) Chapter 4: The Fall \"Cowboy George\" (11:11) Chapter 5: The Fall interview (16:32) Chapter 6: The Fall \"Bury Pts. 1 + 3\" (23:55) Chapter 7: Villagers \"Ship Of Promises\" (30:43) Chapter 8: Domino Glastonbury Line-up (34:24) Chapter 9: Robert Wyatt \"Sea Song\" (35:18) Dominocast http://www.dominorecordco.com
    SmallBizPod #94 – Wendy Tan White and the Moonfruit story This week SmallBizPod #94, the small business podcast includes an interview with Wendy Tan White, co-founder in 1999 of Moonfruit. A fascinating story of a decade of business and web startup survival and growth from one of the UK's best known female web/tech entrepreneurs.

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    Intro:

    ● Alex on what's coming up in the podcast.

    Features:

    ●SmallBizPod #100 will be recorded at four events around the UK in February 2010. Do check out Thrive and we hope to see you there in Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham or London for an evening of top entrepreneurs and your chance to be both on the panel and on SmallBizPod.


    ● Interview with Wendy Tan White of Moonfruit, the diy website builder on 10 years in business on the internet and the amazing story of the ups and downs of her own entrepreneurial journey. From early days moving from Egg to becoming a startup co-founder through the dot.com boom, huge investment & TV advertising through to the crash and a rebuilding of the business almost from scratch. Alex and Wendy talk about what it takes to stick in there as an entrepreneur when things get tough, growing viable businesses on the web and the controversy sparked by the Twitter campaign that went viral. Plenty of excellent advice and inspiration for businesses on and off the web about determination, persistence, finance and building a community.

    ●Music Mantis
    “What? (feat. Justis)”
    from “Still Life”
    (Brick Records)

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    7 Dec 2009 @ 03:38 am +0000 http://www.smallbizpod.co.uk SmallBizPod – the small business podcast This week SmallBizPod #94, the small business podcast includes an interview with Wendy Tan White, co-founder in 1999 of Moonfruit. A fascinating story of a decade of business and web startup survival and growth from one of the UK\'s best known female web/tech entrepreneurs. Right click here to download the podcast for start-ups, small businesses and entrepreneurs. Click on the play button below to listen now If you\'d like to subscribe using an RSS feed click on the orange feed button at the very top right of this page or better still subscribe to the podcast on iTunes it\'s free and you\'ll never miss an episode of SmallBizPod. For those who\'d like to download SmallBizPod or listen to it now, right click on the download link or left click on the grey arrow button above to play now. Show Notes Summary Intro: ● Alex on what\'s coming up in the podcast. Features: ●SmallBizPod #100 will be recorded at four events around the UK in February 2010. Do check out Thrive and we hope to see you there in Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham or London for an evening of top entrepreneurs and your chance to be both on the panel and on SmallBizPod. ● Interview with Wendy Tan White of Moonfruit, the diy website builder on 10 years in business on the internet and the amazing story of the ups and downs of her own entrepreneurial journey. From early days moving from Egg to becoming a startup co-founder through the dot.com boom, huge investment & TV advertising through to the crash and a rebuilding of the business almost from scratch. Alex and Wendy talk about what it takes to stick in there as an entrepreneur when things get tough, growing viable businesses on the web and the controversy sparked by the Twitter campaign that went viral. Plenty of excellent advice and inspiration for businesses on and off the web about determination, persistence, finance and building a community. ●Music Mantis “What? (feat. Justis)” from “Still Life” (Brick Records) Buy at Rhapsody Stream from Rhapsody Buy at Amazon MP3 More On This Album SmallBizPod – the small business podcast http://www.smallbizpod.co.uk