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Radio

Today I came across a new online radio station I’d not heard of before called Red Shift Radio. It’s based just up the road from me in Crewe and they have a show on Saturday lunchtime called ‘Scout and About’. To quote their Twitter account – Radio show about Scouting and the local community. Hosted […]

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A New Scouting Podcast

Those fine folks at PTC Media have done it again and created a new podcast! The new one is ‘Moms In Scouting Service’ and is a podcast ‘from the perspective of volunteering mothers’. Obviously, it has an American slant (odd that, as they are all Americans!), but it is still an interesting listen and puts […]

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Hello, Goodbye (podcast)

Podcast number 20. ‘I don’t know why you say goodbye, I say hello!’ This is a quick update and Christmas greetings.

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Some Reflections on Podcasting

It’s nearly a year since I produced my first podcast and since then I’ve produced another 19. A few thoughts so far. As I reflect on the podcasts I’ve done so far, I know that the quality has been variable! Not just the actual audio quality, which has improved as I’ve got a better microphone […]

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Podcast number 19. This is part two of the conversation I had with Shawn Cleary from the True North Scouting blog and podcast. This time we talk about camp fire, songs & skits, Scouting both internationally and locally and the enthusiasm of the Scouts. Don’t forget this is podcast is available on iTunes as well! […]

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Podcast number 18. As promised last time, I’ve done something a little different – I have a guest! Shawn Cleary from the True North Scouting blog and podcast was good enough to join me for a chat on Sunday afternoon / morning (depending on your time zone!). We talk about his new Troop, knives, the […]

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A Quick Update (Podcast)

Podcast number 17. A quick update of what my Group has been up to in September. I will doing another podcast within the next 10 –14 which will be somewhat different, so watch this space. I actually recorded this on Monday, uploaded it and forgot it was saved as a draft, hence the delay in […]

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Girls and BBQs (Podcast)

Podcast number 16. Talking about girls in Scouting and BBQs! The Scout Association’s One Movement Pages here and here.

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Scouter Jeff Speaks!

I was chatting to Scouter Jeff the other night (or afternoon in his part of the world – California) and he mentioned that he’s started a podcast. So I checked it out. And very good it is too. He talks about about himself, gives a camping tip, a Leader’s tip, his Favourite (ok I’ve used […]

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History (Podcast)

Podcast number 15. Talking about remembering your Group’s past whether it is 5 years old or 100 years old. Colin ‘Johnny’ Walker’s Scouting Milestones

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I Won!

Back in April on the Leader’s Campfire show number 62, there was a trivia show. At the end of the show, a competition was launched for listeners to answer the questions that the show’s participants weren’t able to answer. All the questions came from the BSA’s 1984 Boy Scout Handbook. So I thought I’d have […]

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Camping (Podcast)

Podcast number 14. A bit of a chat about camping and the Nights Away Scheme.

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Money and Fundraising (Podcast)

Podcast number 13. On this one I talk about the ways my Group spends and raises its money. If anyone has any other good ideas for fundraising, please let me know.

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Just a quick reminder that any podcast I do is available through iTunes, so please take a look and have a listen! And now the question. If a review or a rating is left on iTunes do you get any notification? The reason I wonder about this aloud is that as I access iTunes through […]

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Podcast number 12. On this one I talk a bit about some of the stuff the Group has done over the last month and then about the Group Annual General Meeting.

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