This BBC Radio 4 podcast-the Coming Storm-is worth a listen. It explores the phenomenon of Q-Anon, the movement that culminated in the January 6th 2021 insurrection in the United States after the 2020 presidential election. You will learn some fascinating stuff about how rumours, speculation and untruths can be leveraged into full blown conspiracy theories… Continue reading The Coming Storm-a BBC Radio 4 Podcast which is well worth a listen
I revived my podcast a few months ago. I gave it a new name (“The Irish Law and Small Business Podcast“), sorted out many episodes in a couple of frenzied periods of batch creation of episodes, and breathed new life into it. Then I watched the analytics of listens and subscribers and the amount of… Continue reading My podcast at a crossroads-kill it or keep it going?
I recently revived my podcast and gave it a new name: The Irish Law and Small Business Podcast. I had originally started a podcast in 2019 and uploaded a few episodes to SoundCloud. I got too busy at other things, however, and let it lapse. Towards the end of 2021 I decided to give it… Continue reading Why I chose Anchor for my podcast
I have just discovered a tremendous source of high-quality podcasts: the good old British Broadcasting Corporation-also known as the BBC. I listen to audio books and podcasts all the time. When I am exercising in the evening after work, when I drive to and from work, and when I mow the grass at home at… Continue reading BBC podcasts-a tremendous source of free, high quality entertainment and education
I am considering starting a podcast. Turning over in my mind the pros and cons. I don’t want to start one that I would not be happy to put my name to, that I could not have some pride in and want to say, with some justified satisfaction, ‘I made this’. The starting point in… Continue reading Thinking About Starting a Podcast