Hey guys! Here we are, the end a Work In Progress’ weekly podcast series!
This week we thought that in keeping with it being the end of our podcast series, and officially the start of Summer, that we’d have a little chat about what each of us would like to get up to over the Summer holidays. Gemma chose 5 events that she’s attending over the next few months to discuss, and I chose 6, I got a bonus one as mine were reasonably hilarious, things that I’d like to do over our break.
I shan’t give away what we talked about, so that you can enjoy the podcast for yourselves, so here is the final week of a Work In Progress!
I know I say it all of the time, and I know it type it even more, but thank you for listening to, and reading my rambles, it means a lot to us. Another major thank you to GCABray for helping a girl out throughout this endeavour. I can’t believe one day I offhandedly mentioned that we should do a podcast throughout June, and you made it happen.
As we mentioned in the podcast, this is the final instalment of our series, but next week we are sharing a bonus ‘blooper reel’, that features all of our mistakes and abrasive laughing fits. So if you haven’t quite had enough of a Work In Progress, don’t worry, we’re not going anywhere yet.
We’re back again! We’ve been working on that progress, and Gemma and I are back this week with a brand new podcast! As you guys know, we’re both posting a brand new podcast every Friday this month, with a new topic each week for us to chat about.
The topic for this week was music, so Gemma and I decided to put together a collaborative playlist, featuring 5 songs chosen by her, and 5 chosen by me.
This makes for a really interesting playlist, and a great mix of music. So in this weeks podcast, Gemma and I introduce each of our chosen songs while explaining why we’ve included them in the playlist. So without further introduction, here is our latest podcast!
As we mentioned in the podcast, we’d love for you guys to check out the songs that we’ve included, so here is the playlist itself for you to check out and have a little listen to!
Thank you again for listening to us, we hope that you’re enjoying our podcasts! Don’t forget that the topic of next weeks one is blogging, so if you’re a blogger novice, pro, or want to become one, drop us your questions and tips either in the comments, or you can tweet me your questions HERE. We’ll see you next week!
The link to The Immortal World Tour I promised:
The wait is finally over! I know I’ve been teasing you guys since the 1st, as I announced that myself and my friend Gemma were going to be putting together a weekly podcast for this month, alongside me posting everyday. But we’ve made it to the first one!
We had a lot of fun planning these podcasts, and even more fun recording them. The theme of this weeks podcast is our magazine, Sound. We put it together with our fellow students at uni, and it’s now all over Plymouth! In this weeks podcast, we take you through the process of putting the mag together, alongside playing some music, discussing Instagram captions and how you can win a family ticket to Dartmoor Zoo.
So without futher adieu, here is week one of our podcast series: Work In Progress.
I’d like to give a major thanks to Gemma, from An Ocean Glimmer, for helping out with this podcast, and being my partner in crime for this new venture. Another thanks to Sound, for providing us with the fuel to create an hour-long podcast (as you heard, we were convinced that this podcast was half an hour long, and not the 54 minutes that it actually is.) Don’t forget that you can keep up to date with us and the magazine by following us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/soundofplymouth That leads me into my final thank you, thank you to you, for listening to our very first podcast. As I said, it means a lot to us and we’re hella grateful.
If you loved what you heard, and wish that you could binge-listen (if that’s a thing) to our podcasts, then have no fear, for a brand new podcast will be coming next Friday, June 17th! The topic of our next podcast is set to be Spotify Playlists, so if you’re a big fan of music, particularly a mix of any music from the 70’s, all the way up to current tunes, we’ve got you covered.