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HughYeman

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Making a Podcast
« on: 23 Jun 2018, 10:55 »

Anyone else out there doing one? It would be lovely to compare notes.
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Ignominious

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Re: Making a Podcast
« Reply #1 on: 10 Jul 2018, 14:27 »

I do but I'm just responsible for organising dates for recording sessions and trying not to get incoherently drunk while trying to be funny. Heavy lifting is done by one of my co-conspirators.

What is your podcast about.
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HughYeman

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Re: Making a Podcast
« Reply #2 on: 10 Jul 2018, 19:02 »

I do but I'm just responsible for organising dates for recording sessions and trying not to get incoherently drunk while trying to be funny. Heavy lifting is done by one of my co-conspirators.

What is your podcast about.
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I read newspaper articles from 50, 100 and 150 years ago. The goal is to provide a media-centric context for history, because so often the view we get of history from a modern source bears little resemblance to how people at the time saw it. I strive to be funny in my own non-comedian way, but I have no illusions about it ever being entertaining. I'm doing it as a creative outlet and a distraction from existential dread. Beyond that, I just want to respect history and promote the importance of historical context. It's all me, and I'm learning as I go. I do a tremendous amount of research, and the recording and editing takes me freaking forever because I've never before spoken in front of a mic to speak of. I spend about 20 hours making a one-hour episode.

Do you find it comes naturally to be funny within that format?
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