What with so much going on and in the planning stages for Radio Free Caemlyn, I thought it only fair that I post something detailing these various plans.
First of all, I’m doing a weekly live show called “The Radio Free Caemlyn Project”. The name is a combination of Radio Free Caemlyn and my original (and now defunct) podcast series The RaT Project. It’s also a combination of those formats, resulting in a live show where I discuss whatever comes to mind. I’ve also got the idea of doing the radio style shows I did about a decade ago, where I’d play music sets interspersed with brief discussion segments. I plan on doing these either Saturday nights or maybe on Friday nights when Trivial is postponed.
My sound collage series, Super Awesome Fun Time With Rand, is still ongoing. My plan was to do one of those weekly, but given the amount of time it takes to make one, that’s not all that feasible. Maybe once fortnightly instead. Either way, I’ve now got 82 made and posted.
Friday Night Trivial is going strong, each Friday night at 9pm EDT (or EST, whichever time of the year it is). If you’d like to join, show up and call (605) 562-0444 if you’re in the states, or just launch the Chrome web browser and visit us at TalkShoe ID 72402. Currently 23 episodes done and posted.
I’ve even just started a subseries, currently just a fork of The Radio Free Caemlyn Project, though I’m working on a title for that as a standalone series, which focuses on the YouTube series Petscop, which has just recently posted its five latest videos, bringing its total video count to 21. I plan on doing one video per episode, and am looking for cohosts for future episodes, recreating the format I did on the Marble Operator podcast. In a way, this will be a spiritual successor to Marble Operator; at least, that’s what I hope.
That’s all I’m currently working on for podcasts. There are other ideas I have in mind, in the pipeline. I’ve long wanted to do a show sort of like The Phone Show that the Phone Losers used to do, specifically the idea of doing a live call-in free-for-all, where we talk about whatever, no set topic. That’s the idea that I tried to replace the original Friday Night Trivial with, but it failed.
Also, I’ve revived my podcast feeds. After seeing Brad Carter’s video on what podcasts he listens to, I’ve revived and repurposed old podcast feeds. Check the stickied post on this blog for the appropriate URLs so you can subscribe to my podcasts in whatever podcast app/client you use. I’ll be posting new content to their appropriate feeds and to the Internet Archive.
Anyway, that’s a behind-the-scenes look at everything I’m currently working on for podcasts, and ideas I have for future projects. As always, thank you for listening to my podcasts. I never think I’m that interesting, but it’s neat to see that so many people like listening to what I produce. I have fun making and producing this content, and am glad people enjoy it.