Mon, 17 July 2006
A mixed bag of podcasting goodness bursting at the seams this week. This week I pay my respect and talk about legendary tv producer Aaron Spelling and my audiobook review is 1st to Die by James Patterson, the first in the Women's Murder Club Mysteries. My interview guest is the rturning Paul Wilson of The Whocast and The Halstow Tales and we discuss home brewing and television on a warm summer weekend. Hope you enjoy and your comments and suggestions are always welcome.
I finally found your show and it\' great. I just got this highspeed connection and I must have downloaded your show about 275 times but it downloaded so quickly I colould never find were it put it, I just kept clicking \"OK\" . I got it figured out now thanks for a great show
I wasn\'t sure about this show when it started, but when the lad from across the pond mentioned ginger beer I was hooked. I tasted a bottle of the lively stuff just last week and I was wondering, is your throat suppose to burn like that? This show crystalized the title \"Ramble\" with Russ
Hello Interested Party, yes your throat is supposed to burn. That means you have a good quality ginger beer (means it was made with real ginger). I am glad you enjoy it, because it is one of my favourite drinks! In the coming weeks I will be putting up a website on home brewing and a nice recipe so you can make your own ginger beer. If you want to know more then email me: firstname.lastname@example.org