Sunday, 30 March 2014

Terrorists taking #Selfies

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Ok, calm down, the title is misleading. The following post isn't about Terrorists that take selfies it's just the title of the latest podcast episode. In | The #NOTlistening Podcast Ep.126 - Terrorists taking #Selfies | myself and co host Billy sat down and discussed TWO major topics.
1) The #NoMakeUpSelfie craze that happened recently
2) The British film about idiot Terrorists "Four Lions"

Corrie Actress Michelle Keegan annoying every woman in the world with this #NoMakeUpSelfie
Now, both topics are about as far apart as they can be and there is absolutely no way we could manage to bring them together for a discussion mash up............or is there?..........no there is isn't. They were simply TWO separates conversations that just happened to appear during the same recording. This is the beauty of podcasting for me. I love the fact we can sit down to record a show without much preparation and see where the conversation takes us. For those of you out there that are unaware of what podcasting is, or simply how it happens, I shall enlighten you

"Podcasting is just like those chats you have with your best friends, down the pub or over coffee, but recorded and edited so it sounds like a show of sorts" 

These posts are usually a companion piece to each episode and focusing on the topics discussed but I have no idea how I could blog about a film about bungling terrorists and people doing #selfies for cancer research.
So after some deliberation, and hope that you have pressed play on the podcast and are listening to my comedic/dulcet tones, I decided to simply post up some pics from those celebrities who decided to post a pic for a good cause.
Why am I doing this? Because I have no idea what to write. Listen to the podcast instead *wink wink*

Newly Single GwynPAL drinks water make up free because it's good for the earth and stops her turning into a gremlin. She is actually the opposite to a Mogwii #fact
Did you check out my chat with her? Its here: http://notlisteningblog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/my-exclusive-chat-with-gwyneth-paltrow.html
Helen Flans bare all with some very very clever lighting. apparently no make up on her means she has no nose!
Amy Willerton looking smug make up free. I can hear you ladies punching the screen in anger. Its ok to hate on her, she accepted that when she sold her soul to the devil in exchange of flawless looks.
Jessie J looking more like Elvis than ever.........and still gorgeous.......what does that say about me?
Michelle from Liberty X, Holly Willobooby and That woman from hearsay proving how beautiful they are without make up. Although Hollys pic looks extremely photoshopped doesnt it?



Also have you seen the movie "Four Lions" yet? No? You need to check it out! It is a brilliant Black/comedy that will divide your moral compass and empathy towards such a coy subject matter.


Check out the Podcasts if you haven't already. If you like Comedy, Witty discussions about all things entertaining I am sure you will enjoy.
Find the Back catalogue at : Spreaker also on iTunesStitcher and PodGodsNetwork.com
Follow the #NOTlistening Crew on Twitter:
@BarkerPODcasts - Adam
@TitiCaCaScrotum - Will 
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Saturday, 29 March 2014

Films of your life: Screenwriter Dominique Haider

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Films of your life is a series of posts where certain people get a chance to tell us a little about the films that have affected their lives. I have asked people from the Film world, other bloggers and people associated with the Podcasts.

In todays Films of your life #FOYL I asked Screenwriter and Filmmaker Dominique Haider. Dominique co wrote the short film "The Dinner Party" with Emilia Reid and starring "Downton Abbey's" Hugh Bonneville.



A Film from your Childhood that sticks with you
One film that always sticks out for me is Tim Burtons- Beetlejuice . Like most children I was more attracted to films that weren't necessarily made for my age group. I remember being completely mesmerized by Beetlejuice and its unapologetic gothic and macabre humor. It was visually rich, with a great ensemble of characters and was like nothing I had ever seen before in my life. It was like Disney for cynical grownups and that spoke to me as a child (ha) and still to this day I really want to own all of the suits Beetlejuice wore in the film.







A Film that you could watch on a loop
As Good As It Gets I have watched on loop many a time. It’s a perfectly simple story that I always felt had the right balance of bitter sweetness. I am very attracted to stories where the main character is essentially a flawed one, and this film has that in spades. Nicholson’s character suffers from OCD and tries to make the world fit around him, which in day to day life becomes a constant struggle, and with that he also battles with his feelings for a woman he is madly in love with but is incapable of being kind to as well as having to reluctantly care for his gay neighbor who has fallen on hard times. It’s a film with a strong mind and a good heart and never fails to deliver for me. Also, Jack Nicholson is a hero of mine and his portrayal of’ Melvin’ is one of my favourite performances of his.






A Film that still makes you cry
Oh without fail, Cinema Paradiso. One of the most beautiful and heartfelt films I have ever seen, I was a mess at the end scene (which I won’t give away) but it is accompanied by a beautiful score by Enrio Morricone which only aids the emotion. I totally recommended anyone to see it, I do recommend tissues.




A Film you would most like to have been the main character in
Ellen Ripley in all the Alien Movies- especially Aliens. Great film, great suspense, great action sequences and quotes, plus she’s an absolute warlord. Not to get all women’s studies on you, but that character was one of the first female action protagonists and plays a significant role in cinema. So she isn't just a great film character, but she is also an icon in cinema as a whole. Who wouldn't want to be that?



A Film that you love but others hate
Big Trouble in Little China. My brother and I grew up with that film in the background and we know it word for word. It’s so much fun, even if most people think its rubbish. If you love martial arts, action, comedy, supernatural fantasy and Kurt Russell then this is literally your Karma Sutra.





Thank you Dominique for taking part in #FOYL. check out the Podcast I recorded with herself and Emilia Reid about their short film "The Dinner Party"





Check out the Podcasts if you haven't already. If you like Comedy, Witty discussions about all things entertaining I am sure you will enjoy.
Find the Back catalogue at : Spreaker also on iTunesStitcher and PodGodsNetwork.com
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@BarkerPODcasts - Adam
@TitiCaCaScrotum - Will 
@ConfusedasFark - Ash 
@NOTlistenBilly - Billy
@RitaRamnani - Rita
@NOTlisteningPOD - Podcast Twitter
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www.barkerpodcasts.webs.com

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

My EXCLUSIVE Chat with Gwyneth Paltrow

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It's all been kicking off in the world of celebrity and the shocking news was released last night when Gwyneth Paltrow (or GwynPAL as I will forever call her) announced herself and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin were splitting up, or conscious uncoupling  as it was so eloquently put.......Don't look at me, I ain't got a fucking clue what it fucking means either!

Anyway, whilst this entire shocking news filtered through the internet, it kind of ruined my super secret mysterious exclusive interview I did with.......................GWYNETH PALTROW!



That's right! Me, the little fat podcasting blogger from Essex managed to sit down last month to talk with Miss Pepper Potts herself. I was going to have it recorded for the podcast, but her PR people said they only wanted a written blog post because her words give off more energy than the audio words would.

Ok, so I met up with GwynPAL, not in a swanky hotel room because apparently a hotel room uses up too much cosmic energy for some reason, so we met up on a grassy knoll amongst a flowery meadow on the first day of spring.......and it was raining! But luckily GwynPAL's minders held umbrellas made off shedded wings of irish fairies from the 1830's (apparently) so we didn't get wet at all.

she told me the shine on her legs was because they are bathed in goats saliva daily.
Anyway the interview began swimmingly after I complimented her on her lovely dress
"Thank you, it was handmade by blind eunuchs from the Himalayas. they do such great stitch work and a good price" She beamed. When I asked her how much it cost "Two cup a soups and a packet of pork scratchings"
Who knew Blind eunuchs loved pub snacks so much! Anyway, we began our chat under the rain soaked umbrellas. 

Me: Hi Gwyneth, Lovely to meet you, how are you?
GwynPAL: Well (She paused for what felt like forever, but was approximately 15 seconds) No, I am not comfortable answering such a personal question. let's move on

Great Start! First question, wasn't even a question, and it gets slammed shut. But being the professional I am, I continue...

Me: So, please tell me more about your site "GOOP"
GwynPAL: Oh, well GOOP is a hub.........

Now, apologises here, because the following answer from GwynPAL was so long, winded and frankly fucking dull, I felt i needed to constrict the answer so you would all understand it.

"Goop is a site GwynPAL created where she can go online and talk shit about shit and people think she is a lifestyle guru and ultra interesting"

That is a simple way to put it I suppose. Her explanation included Rabbits from Ecuador that can be used as soap and Avocados that were created by a spiritual horse who was allergic to peanuts.

This Photo wasn't changed to black and white. GwynPAL actually changed her skin colour to match the Black and White tone specifically for this photo. 
This was meant to be a trouser suit, but he trousers shrunk in the wash and she had to wear them as short shorts.
So the next question was me trying to get to the gritty stuff

Me: You and your husband Chris Martin seem like a solid couple. What is the secret to a happy marriage?
GwynPAL: Well, I don't usually discuss private matters, but seeing as you agreed with me during the Goop explanation about Unicorns being reincarnated racists from the 17th century, I'll give you the secret to a happy marriage........
Me: Yeah?
GwynPAL: The secret to a happy marriage is................a wood burning oven

I stared at GwynPAL straight faced as she went on to explain how much she loved her wood burning oven and how it has created such a bond with her family and friends and even once saved the family from being killed by a rogue kettle in the kitchen that wanted to take Chris hostage and demand he sing "Fix You" over and over again until the kettle was paid $50!.......Apparently Kettle's don't understand the value of money.

GwynPAL's legs actually have their own  reality tv show on the "TLC" channel
GwynPAL was beginning to worry me. This lady wasn't the lady I expected to be interviewing. I was expecting the lady from "Iron Man" or "Sliding Doors" but instead I got a lady who had just asked one of her minders whether the Island from LOST was finished being renovated and available to move onto.
I thought I should ask one final question, as I could see the rain was suddenly dripping onto her and she was beginning to get damp and smell of pot noodles.

Me: So, Gwyneth, its been a pleasure talking to you, but I have one final question I am sure millions of your fans are eager to know.
GwynPAL: Sure, anything for my human fans
Me: How comes your english accent is so flawless?
GwynPAL: Well that's easy. I was born with an extra tongue in my throat that belonged to Oscar Wilde. 

WOW, and with that GwynPAL simply disappeared in a puff of smoke that smelt peculiarly like Pineapple and Car exhausts. Along with that so did her minders and I was left on the knoll getting wet and cold. I got up, dusted myself down and made my way back home, which took me well over an hour to get because I was in the middle of fucking nowhere.

GwynPAL drinks water fresh from the springs of her man made well in the garden. It's actually just sparkling tesco water constantly being streamed around her house.
So there you go, my Exclusive chat with GwynPAL weeks before the whole break up shock. I don't know if you agree, but I am not sure everything she said was true, nor was she actually there. Infact I don't even think this entire thing happened and I may have just made this up. 

You know what? I think I just created this whole thing up! and in doing so, wasted your time.

Oh well...................We'll always have this moment together.
Thank you for reading.


Disclaimer: This entire post was a complete lie and fucking joke. If you don't get the joke, then you deserve to go through your life thinking this actually happened and left to wonder why you have no friends. Gwyneth has no affiliation with this blog, nor will she ever see it or care about it. 

Check out the Podcasts if you haven't already. If you like Comedy, Witty discussions about all things entertaining I am sure you will enjoy.
Find the Back catalogue at : Spreaker also on iTunesStitcher and PodGodsNetwork.com
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@BarkerPODcasts - Adam
@TitiCaCaScrotum - Will 
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#NOTlistening Podcast
www.barkerpodcasts.webs.com

Monday, 24 March 2014

Films of your life: Model Nicole Gibson

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Films of your life is a series of posts where certain people get a chance to tell us a little about the films that have affected their lives. I have asked people from the Film world, other bloggers and people associated with the Podcasts.

In todays Films of your life #FOYL I asked Model Nicole Gibson. Nicole is hilarious and possibly the most interesting person I have ever spoken to. Check out the Post I did about her here. Also follow her on twitter @TheNicoleGibson




A Film from your Childhood that sticks with you 
As a child I watch 'The Blue Bird' starting Elizabeth Taylor on repeat. It was a fantasy film and she played a good witch and wore the most amazing floaty costumes! I'd dress up in my Nan's dresses and pretend to be her.




A Film that you could watch on a loop
I could watch pretty much any Julia Roberts movie on a loop. When I was about 15 I became completely obsessed with her. I thought she was the most beautiful woman in the world (until hairy armpit gate) :-/ But to name one is have to say 'Mystic Pizza' a coming of age movie about 3 girlfriends. Love it! 



A Film that still makes you cry
 I'm little miss hormonal so I manage to well up to most films but the ones that get me are of course 'Beaches' 'Stepmom' and, oh my god 'My sisters keeper'!!!! 





A Film you would most like to have been the main character in
Weird as it sounds I've always wanted to play the first to get it in a slasher movie and the most famous of our time would have to be Drew Barrymore's character in 'Scream'





A Film that you love but others hate
Batman and Robin - shocking shit considering the lineup but Uma Thurman's Poison Ivy was so camp and cheesy. She had the most cringe worthy cliche one liners but I loved them! 




Thank you Nicole for the answers. Check out Nicole who is modelling for "Models for Diversity" and a very inspiring person. Give her a follow on Twitter.

If you want to answer the #FOYL Q's and have a featured post email me your answers to: barkerpodcasts@gmail.com

Saturday, 22 March 2014

Films of your life: Young Adult on the Moon

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So, with a NEW Podcast Name, it was time for myself to answer the #FOYL questions that I have been pestering people with. In | Ep.125 - Young Adult on the Moon of The #NOTlistening Podcast (Formerly The ODDcast PODcast UK) | myself, Billy and Ash sat down and answered the "Films of my life".
Take a Listen as you read on:

 

A Film from your Childhood that sticks with you
This choice is obvious to many people that know me. It's Tim Burtons "Beetlejuice". I remember getting this video on Ex-Rental, in a grey video cassette(!), and wearing the video out. I still remember the trailers playing at the start very vividly. "Beetlejuice" is a classic, that I can recite from memory and even watch on a Loop, but I didn't want to say the same film twice. I can't wait for the sequel if it ever gets made.



A Film that you could watch on a loop
I decided on "The Breakfast Club" a film that I watched first when I was at college and to this day still love it. The best John Hughes film ever, hell, the best Teen movie ever!. I loved the simple premise and the whole gang of characters in the film. Nowadays it is considered a little dated and cliche, but back in 1985 I am sure it helped mould the teen movie genre. Plus the theme song is the best ever!




A Film that still makes you cry
I have never actually cried at a movie and I couldn't think of a film for ages. I racked my brain and suddenly one film came to my mind and reminded me of how I felt when I watched it. That film is "Man on the Moon" the Andy Kauffman bio-pic starring Jim Carrey. There's a moment in the film when Andy gets diagnosed with leukemia and, spoiler!, he doesn't survive. The bit that got me was the funeral scene, when people from his controversial career turned up and a video of Andy talking and singing to the people at the funeral really got me, and still does to this day. I think the whole idea of the film gets me as he was a comedian way ahead of his time with his ideas on what was funny and how to play with the audience. Along the way he created many enemies who didn't understand him and just when he felt like he could finally make people understand him, he dies of an illness. The whole idea of people turning up to his funeral and getting to interact with the audience was almost like his final trick. Maybe i am looking into it too much, but it got me the most. Check it out. I think this film got massively overlooked and needs to be seen. Jim Carrey is brilliant in it.





A Film you would most like to have been the main character in
BATMAN!.......would NOT be my choice. I thought about it, and after much deliberation I decided it'd be too much hard work to be Batman. too much depression, dark stuff and heartache. Plus I am too lazy to fight all the time. After much thought I decided instead a specific character, I'd just like to be Paul Rudd in ANY of his roles. From Brian Fantanna in "Anchorman" to Pete in "Knocked Up and This is 40". He is so chilled out and cool, I think I could be happy being that way. He's too cool. 





A Film that you love but others hate
This film I would happily shout from the rooftops for people to see. It's the 2011 film "Young Adult" starring Charlize Theron and Patton Oswalt. The film is about a self absorbed former prom queen who goes back to her quiet little town to win back her ex boyfriend from school, who's just had a child. Her utter ignorance and arrogance that she can simply win back her ex so easily is cringe worthy and brilliant to watch. Charlize Theron is utterly brilliant in this and plays a character that is beautiful and flawed and such a bitch who you kind of empathise with. Patton Oswalt is brilliant in this a school outcast and voice of reason in this film who can see Charlize isn't a bad as she seems, well only a little bit. It's a film written by Diablo Cody who wrote "Juno" and has a witty script and snappy dialogue. It got overlooked everywhere and people NEED to see it!




So there you go. That was my "Films of your life" #FOYL. Hope you check out the films I picked and if you want to get involved and answer these Q's please send them in an email to : barkerpodcasts@gmail.com


Check out the Podcasts if you haven't already. If you like Comedy, Witty discussions about all things entertaining I am sure you will enjoy.
Find the Back catalogue at : Spreaker also on iTunesStitcher and PodGodsNetwork.com
Follow the #NOTlistening Crew on Twitter:
@BarkerPODcasts - Adam
@TitiCaCaScrotum - Will 
@ConfusedasFark - Ash 
@NOTlistenBilly - Billy
@RitaRamnani - Rita
@NOTlisteningPOD - Podcast Twitter
#NOTlistening Podcast
www.barkerpodcasts.webs.com



Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Films of your life: Blogger and Podcaster @DannyUK

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Films of your life is a series of posts where certain people get a chance to tell us a little about the films that have affected their lives. I have asked people from the Film world, other bloggers and people associated with the Podcasts.

In todays Films of your life #FOYL I asked Blogger and Wafflepod Podcaster Danny UK. Dan is a fellow Chelmsfordian, who I have never met in person(!), and excellent blogger at http://dannyuk.com


A Film from your Childhood that sticks with you
This has to be ET, but not for the reasons it sticks out for other.  I wasn't allowed to see it in the cinema, as I was only at infants when it came out, and this was in the days before being able to pop into Blockbuster to grab a VHS copy a few months later.  The adverts for it were everywhere though, and this included tv shows that featured clips of the film.  My main memory is having a nightmare aged around 6.  ET was ripping up the train track that ran at the back of my house, which was scary enough, but in the nightmare he was about 30ft tall, and I knew - JUST KNEW - that he was coming to kill me.  I saw the film about a decade later, and the memory of that dream has stuck with me to this day.  I'm now confident that I could take the short-arse in a fight though, if necessary.



A Film that you could watch on a loop
Easy peasy.  Pretty Woman.  I love it.  Always have done.  I saw the adverts for it before it was released when I was 11 and knew I wanted to watch it and when I finally got around to seeing it I bought it on video and watched it over and over.  Did you know that the working title for the film was $3,000?  Fans of the film will get the reference, though I'm sure it would have been far less successful with that title.  Oh, and incidentally, if I am in a group of people that I don't know, and the subject of favourite films comes up, I normally answer with Pulp Fiction.  Y'know, cos, rarrr, manly, etc.








A Film that still makes you cry
Here, Adam, why not take the rest of my masculinity as you strip it layer by layer with each question... Monsters Inc. Yes, it's a cartoon, and no, I never understood why people cried at Bambi.  When Boo gets lost towards the end of the film and they all look like they will never see each other again, it breaks my heart.  My middle daughter was always nicknamed Boo, and she was so bloody similar to the character it was always hard not to compare them, so naturally if it happens to Boo in the film, then in my head it happens to my baby.  Now pass me a tissue.




A Film you would most like to have been the main character in
Probably Grease.  Another film I saw to infinity as a kid.  Danny Zucko was such a cool guy, and he had a great name too. If I could have been the main character in anything that had been filmed (a subtle switch, I'm sure you'll agree) it'd be Blackadder. Cool yet annoying, funny and witty but also a pratt.  Equally down on his luck as he is riding someone's coattails, it's a character that I love and would love to have been able to play that character myself





A Film that you love but others hate
This is the toughest question.  I've lost count of the amount of times people have raved about a film only for me to feel spectacularly let down by it.  Heat, Usual Suspects, Scarface.  I've seen them all and thought they were all very meh. I loved Romeo and Juliet (the Di Caprio version) which very few people seem to like.  The only film I can remotely think of that people either dislike or haven't heard of, which I loved, was Valentine with David Boreanaz.  Bit slow, but it had a twist from memory that made me like it.  



Thank you Danny for taking part in #FOYL. Check out his Blog and Podcast 
@DannyUK @Wafflepod

Sunday, 16 March 2014

There's a Planet in my Pint!

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SPACE! the Final Frontier! The Big Wide open space! That place up there that is full of stars. Apparently it is "Space Season" on Channel 4 and they are dedicating shows to exploring space and making it more exciting for those who don't really pay much attention to it.




Me, well I am a massive Space geek. when I say massive geek, I mean I love the idea of space but am not exactly a rocket scientist, yet. I wish I had paid more attention as a child to learn about the universe, rather than trying to be cool and thinking space was for geeks. Trust me, if I could go back to school and change, I would have stopped trying to impress people and liked the things I wanted to like and not the things I thought I needed to like because it was deemed "Popular".
Some of the best films I have seen have been Science Fiction films. Anything that explores space and it's futuristic developments create a new idea and world that can be explored. Can I explain how a lot of things in space work? Can I fuck, but I sure as hell will enjoy finding out.



I have always wanted to know more about space and the universe. I can recite all the planets in order from the sun onwards, which I thought was general knowledge, but when I tell some people I am shocked to find out people can't name them all in order or infact remember all the names of them.
For those who don't know they are:

Mercury - Venus - Earth - Mars - Jupiter - Saturn - Uranus - Neptune (and pluto which isn't considered a planet anymore)



So, in the latest Episode of The ODDcast PODcast UK, Co-Host Ash, who is an ACTUAL Rocket Scientist, we discussed some facts about the great universe out there. | Ep.124 - There's a Planet in my pint | check it out, it's hilarious and pretty informative.

So what do you think about Space? are you interested or is there too many questions that can't be answered? Too many Theories? or do you think it's pretty boring?
Maybe watch Gravity! Watch Gravity and see how wondrous space can look.

Click here and Listen to the Episode:

Check out the Podcasts if you haven't already. If you like Comedy, Witty discussions about all things entertaining I am sure you will enjoy.
Find the Back catalogue at : Spreaker also on iTunesStitcher and PodGodsNetwork.com
Follow the ODDpod Crew on Twitter:
@BarkerPODcasts - Adam
@TitiCaCaScrotum - Will @ConfusedasFark - Ash @RitaRamnani - Rita


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www.barkerpodcasts.webs.com

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Fearne Cotton Makes it look easy!

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In the latest Episode of "It's NOT Soccer" Podcast | Ep.48 - Radio Killed the Podcasters | we played out a special hour long episode where myself and Billy recorded a "Pilot" Style / Test Show for a local radio station "CCR: Chelmsford Community Radio".


I got into touch with the powers that be at "CCR" and he asked us to record a "Pilot" show to see how two podcasters could possibly record a radio style show. So it was basically a test to see whether myself and Billy could record a show with more structure, music and sound, well like a radio show instead of a podcast where the main focus is Billy chatting about a story from his youth that has more swear words in it than a Martin Scorsese film.
Could we be the Next Fearne Cotton? or Chris Moyles? or even that guy who presents the 1am -3am slot?


In most of our episodes we tend to use Explicit language, not because it's big and clever (Although a perfectly timed swear can be comedic genius) but because it's a podcast and the shackles are off. With Podcasts we feel like we have the freedom to say what we want, with the obvious exceptions of making Racist, Homophobic and offensive comments. In Podcasts we don't have a bunch of guidelines to abide by like only talking about certain topics and keeping to a track. We have spent many podcasts where we had one topic and it lasted 45 minutes and it involved lots of talking about our childhood. That the beauty of podcasts, its down to you to create the content.

So with this Pilot show, with added Music, which I am sure probably isn't allowed due to some rules and what not, but hey, whatever we are rebels!!!.........Podcast rebels!!
In the Pilot we tried to create a show that sounded like a radio/podcast mash up. Playing up the idea it was two guys trying to record a pilot. Most of my humour for podcasts comes from playing up to the fact we are simply guys attempting to record something without any proper background and knowledge.
We even brought back a segment from an OLD podcast called Trailer Breakdown and discussed the movie "Guardians of the Galaxy" aswell as some chat about the Oscars. Bearing in mind this was recorded before the Oscars took place.



We enjoyed trying this out, whether or not "CCR" decide to give us a hand and accept us onto the station in some way, shape or form, it was a good test and challenge to record something different.

I'll tell you what though, Fearne Cotton makes Radio seem effortless! We underestimated the discipline involved.

What did you think of the Show? Could you see us doing a more Radio centric formatted show in the future? or should podcasters stick to podcasting?
Either way, Being creative and having a laugh is the winner here, surely!

Listen to the Show here:



It's NOT Soccer Podcast:
Check out the Podcasts if you haven't already. If you like Comedy, Witty discussions about all things entertaining I am sure you will enjoy.
Find the Back catalogue at : Spreaker also on iTunes, Stitcher and PodGodsNetwork.com
Follow the ODDpod Crew on Twitter:
@BarkerPODcasts - Adam
@Bilo66 - Billy


It's NOT Soccer Podcast
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