Wednesday, September 27, 2006

listen to the MP3 right here: podcastpaul 132

Hi from Paul!
Brand New Heavies - I don't know why (I Love you)
thanks to BBNH for permission to play a few songs from their album: Get Used to it
thanks to Dean Whitbread for the heads up on it too.
Blame Amy - Flawgic, courtesy of Piggyback records.
Skyoe with Adrian in Chartres - France - and Peru..and Mexico ..and...
Podcastcon looking to really shape up - CC Chapman / Mark Hunter / Martin / Phil from Bit Jobs. Loads of other folks, coming along too. Looking to be a great programme. Central London, 18th November 2006.
Confirming some great podsafe artists - very likely The Shakes / Ellie Myles - wow! - please feel free to come along - sign up for tickets before they go.
Forget the Girl - one of my all time ever classic podsafe songs. Kenny Little and co are geniuses.
Getting ready for Swaziland - really looking forward to going back. Please support them.
Swaziland Teen Challenge - Siyabonga Baba
Support Swaziland TC by the Paypal badge at the top of
in the news:
Real stir in the legal field Brazilian Roselane Driza was convicted of a charge of blackmail relating to 60-year-old Judge Mohammed Ilyas Khan.
Driza, 37, had been employed as a cleaner by both the immigration tribunal judges who were former lovers.
The Department for Constitutional Affairs said it was now considering an investigation into the judges' conduct.
Apple are looking at the word "podcast" - ludicrous. No proprietary right in the word at all as far as I am concerned.
Right on Brand New Heavies.


Anonymous said...

Good luck in Swaziland Paul, I wish I knew you as a friend as you seem like such a great guy. I'm loving life but the world sometimes flings a bit of shit your way. When I got divorved a few years ago I lost my friends apart from one. I sometimes feel completely alone but sometimes love the fact that my immediate family are all I have and all I want. Listening to podcasts like you and Colskee keep me company when I Need it. Hey, don't feel sorry for me this Swaziland thing is a great thing you are doing and I wish you and Sue a great trip.

podcastpaul said...

Hey there, lovely to see your comment. I'm not sure who you are, but it's great to see you listning to Col - that chap is one classy bloke, and a great listen to. Try Lynn Parson's red light zone too mate.

If you'd like to chat more, please send a mail, it'd be great to chat a bit more privately.