The Wild Episode

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So, as I mentioned in the previous post, I’m dipping my toes in podcasting waters with a little venture called The Wild Episode – which I sometimes describe as a collection of wonders, curiosities and occasionally horrors from the natural world. So far, it’s had sharks, eye-eating bugs, monks, vikings, the rarest insect in the world, shipwrecks, scurvy, my lawn-mowing technique … a mountain of fun and weird stuff, in other words.

You can hear it at the website in the link above, but we live in a more convenient age, so here are a few other ways you can hear it, enjoy it, subscribe to it, all that jazz … All you have to do is click on the button that suits your habits (or your apps, in some cases) …

As I’ve demonstrated here more than once, I have a serious love affair going on with podcasts. I adore the things.

So, possibly inevitably, I’ve eventually reached the point where I just had to have a go at one myself …

Result: thewildepisode.comĀ 

I (almost) literally couldn’t help myself.

Although this show won’t show up in podcast directories for a little while, you (yes, you!) can listen to it now, either in the player above or …

Here’s a direct download link if you just want to grab the mp3.

And if you know what to do with an RSS feed, here’s one that’ll ensure you never miss future episodes.

Would be crazy grateful for any feedback, especially on things like audio quality, volume levels etc – but any feedback would be helpful at this stage, tbh.

It’s been a horribly steep learning curve getting to the launch point – but that was part of the reason for doing it in the first place. Learn new things, push yourself a bit, all that sort of stuff.

And I’ve still got a huge heap of stuff to learn. Neither my equipment nor my podcaster (that’d be me) are exactly what you’d call the professional, finished article … But a start has been made!