Tuesday, May 17, 2005

podcast post number two

Having gone on about podcasting a bit already today, I'll reveal my ulterior motive; I'm just setting the scene for this, the unveiling of the Assistant Blog Radio Podcast, my own attempt at creating audio content to complement the rest of Assistant Blog. So far I've put together one programme which lasts around 40 minutes and is available to download now, thanks to the assistance of the phenonomally helpful Pete Ashton, who has agreed to host the file for me and provide a web page and RSS feed for the shows, as part of his drive to create a small community, or station, of audio-bloggers and podcasters. For my part, my first show is 95% music, although I like to think that I might be able to offer a little speech content a little further down the line.

Click here to go to the Assistant Blog Podcast homepage, where all shows will be archived...

Click here to access the Assistant Blog Podcast RSS feed (for use with podcasting software)

And right click and save here to download the show as a single, 23mb MP3 file.

If you want to keep up with both my own shows and Pete's (he's currently on Podcast number 9, and plays some great stuff), our combined feed is here. There are countless shows out there equally worthy of your time, but you'll have to look for them yourself - I'm not doing everything!

Here's the tracklisting for the first show:

1. The Fall - Theme from Sparta FC 2
2. Ghostface - My Guitar
3. New Order - Waiting for the Siren's Call
4. Assistant - What It Means
5. AFX - Where's your Girlfriend?
6. Section 25 - Looking From a Hilltop
7. New Fast Automatic Daffodils - Fishes Eyes
8. The Wedding Present - I'm from Further North Than You
9. Pavement - Fight This Generation

Please let me know what you think, and I hope you enjoy it. I'll do another show sometime soon...

6 comments:

Stephen Newton said...

I enjoyed that very much and What it means didn't feel out of place at all. As for DJing, try simply jumping in next time. Once you start talking about the music rather than how wierd it the process feels it's fine.

Good to hear some Manchester music there. I've never spent time in Brighton, but always sensed it has a strange affinity with this city.

Tom said...

Not so bad, just hearing it now. Gotta hve a bit of Aphex, please please encode the Tracklisting in MP3 metadata. Saves trying to find the tracklisting afterwards.

jonathan said...

Thanks guys, glad you like it. I'm pretty sure the next show won't be so hesitant, and yes, I'll save the tracklisting to the MP3 file next time. I'm looking forward to doing another one...

elsbth. said...

tracklisting looks great, I'll download it tonite!

Katie said...

Me too, it looks good.

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