Podcast interview.

Podcast interview.

Thu, 2018-03-15 18:53

On March 9th between 11.45 and 15.00 Michael Molcher - tall, slim, thick dark hair, black shirt, black trousers, black leather shoes, curled moustache, short pointed beard, expensive haircut. - interviewed and recorded me - tallish, not overweight, thinning white hair, dark grey sweatshirt, blue jeans, light grey Converse trainers, short, untrained beard and moustache, OAP special rate haircut - for the 2000AD podcast.
In addition to a three-legged tubular shiny metal microphone and a black recorder with small red lights, Michael also had a A5 notebook with yellow pages in which were scattered notes and questions written in black felt tip pen.
We sat in my home's bow window at an IKEA folding table, circa 1980, painted Light Apple. Michael was seated on a Victorian elm & beech kitchen chair, myself on a 1990's backless kneeling chair. Michael had tea, two cups, I had coffee, four or five, in thick white cups with matching saucer. Neither of us took sugar. With my coffee I had a medium size cognac in a short-stemmed wine glass. Michael declined the offer of the same. Within reach there were Walkers circular shortbread biscuits on a thick white plate. Some of these were eaten but I wasn't counting.
The interview will be presented in two parts and serve as a basis for a discussion by the as yet un-named panel but no doubt consisting of some of comics most respected intellects. Names will be supplied when known.
Since I am being talked about I will have to listen. You are not obliged to but if you are interested and have the time the first part of the broadcast should be going out on April 4th. People can tune in by searching for 'Thrill-Cast' on iTunes or searching for it on their favourite podcast app. It'll also be available direct through the 2000 AD website at http://2000ad.com/podcast

April 4th, 6.15pm.
Sorry. So far today, due to 'technical difficulties', no podcast as advertised. Hope it is nothing I said.
April 4th, 10.36pm.
It turned up. Just listened to it.
I sound just like my Dad.

Next episode I understand to be on Wednesday April 18th. Book now to avoid disappointment.

On March 9th between 11.45 and 15.00 Michael Molcher - tall, slim, thick dark hair, black shirt, black trousers, black leather shoes, curled moustache, short pointed beard, expensive haircut. - interviewed and recorded me - tallish, not overweight, thinning white hair, dark grey sweatshirt, blue jeans, light grey Converse trainers, short, untrained beard and moustache, OAP special rate haircut - for the 2000AD podcast.
In addition to a three-legged tubular shiny metal microphone and a black recorder with small red lights, Michael also had a A5 notebook with yellow pages in which were scattered notes and questions written in black felt tip pen.
We sat in my home's bow window at an IKEA folding table, circa 1980, painted Light Apple. Michael was seated on a Victorian elm & beech kitchen chair, myself on a 1990's backless kneeling chair. Michael had tea, two cups, I had coffee, four or five, in thick white cups with matching saucer. Neither of us took sugar. With my coffee I had a medium size cognac in a short-stemmed wine glass. Michael declined the offer of the same. Within reach there were Walkers circular shortbread biscuits on a thick white plate. Some of these were eaten but I wasn't counting.
The interview will be presented in two parts and serve as a basis for a discussion by the as yet un-named panel but no doubt consisting of some of comics most respected intellects. Names will be supplied when known.
Since I am being talked about I will have to listen. You are not obliged to but if you are interested and have the time the first part of the broadcast should be going out on April 4th. People can tune in by searching for 'Thrill-Cast' on iTunes or searching for it on their favourite podcast app. It'll also be available direct through the 2000 AD website at http://2000ad.com/podcast

April 4th, 6.15pm.
Sorry. So far today, due to 'technical difficulties', no podcast as advertised. Hope it is nothing I said.
April 4th, 10.36pm.
It turned up. Just listened to it.
I sound just like my Dad.

Next episode I understand to be on Wednesday April 18th. Book now to avoid disappointment.

Comments

Hi Arthur,

Looking forward to that. Nice details of the foodstuff and drinks there!

Hope all's well,

Andy.

Hullo Andy,

let's hope your anticipation is justified. Nervous about it myself.

I'm fine thanks.
You too I trust.
Best,
Arthur

Listening to it now, Arthur. Great to hear you again after all this time. I'll never forget the kindness and patience you showed to a young wannabe at the SSI meetings at the Chelsea Arts Club.

All the best,

Brad

Hullo Brad,

thanks for dropping in.

SSI was a while ago but I must have recognised a star in the making.

Best,
Arthur

Had the following from Chris Wright

Hello Arthur,

I'm currently listening to part one, and thoroughly enjoying it. Absolutely fascinating!

I eagerly await part two now.

Best regards to you,

Chris :-)

Thank you Chris.
I was just relieved not to sound as if I were losing my mental facilities.

But this appearing in this form because there was a link included in the mail. After some thought I decided that the no links rule should apply even when as innocuous and from a source I knew. Hope you understand.

Hi Arthur,

Yes, absolutely no worries. :-) I should have left the Homepage field blank on the 'Post new comment' form.

All the best,

Chris

Hullo Chris,

thanks.

Best,
Arthur

Hi Arthur,

Great interview and how cool that they've given you so much airplay and time to go into lots of detail. Looking forward to part 2.
I would have accepted the offer of a cognac!

All the Best,

Andy.

Hullo Andy,

thank you.
I'm curious about the next one myself, wondering what i said.
Cognac with coffee sounds sophisticated doesn't it? With tea not so much.
You would have been welcome to a glass.

All the best,
Arthur

Had the following from John Freeman -

"Some of comics most respected intellects..." I think that was the other people on the panel... :)

Hullo John,
there's no reason to think that wouldn't include you.
Best,
Arthur

As with Chris above, this appearing in this form because there was a link included in the mail. This despite often visiting John's jolly useful website myself.

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