Filed: Thursday, 24th January 2013
By: Staff Writer
The first episode of KUMB.com's brand new Podcast may be downloaded now...
The Knees up Mother Brown podcast, presented by media professional Chris Scull and TV producer James Longman will be produced on a fortnightly basis and available to download from here on KUMB or via iTunes.
For this week's episode, Chris and James were joined in the studio by KUMB's Gordon Thrower and on the phone by Radio One DJ and stand-up comedian Tom Deacon.
Covering the recent games against Man United and Queens Park Rangers the boys also discuss the January transfer window, Sam Allardyce's contract and ask "just who is going to be relegated this season"?
The 'Dream Team': Chris Scull, James Longman and studio guest Gordon Thrower
*Listen to Episode 1 of the KUMB.com Podcast...
...or download the episode from iTunes (running time 45 minutes, recorded in mp3 format). Caution: contains some swearing.
The Podcast Q&A
What is a podcast?
A podcast is a type of digital media consisting of an episodic series of audio files subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication or streamed online to a computer or mobile device.
How can I listen to it?
Simply click on the 'play' button in our media player above, or select the following link to download the file from iTunes.
How can I get involved?
If you would like to be considered for a guest spot in our podcast please drop us a line at editor @ kumb.com and let us know why you think you'd be a worthy addition to the team.
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08:34AM 25th Jan 2013
''Congratulations! I really enjoyed listening to this varied and entertaining programme, an easy mixture of the serious and humourous, fact and a good dash of fiction!
For me, you've got the tone just right with opinions expressed forcefully but without rant and credit given where it's due as well as some well considered criticism. All this is in marked contrast to a lot of sports journalism delivered from the uppy zone. Long may you thrive!
Just one thing, you will have to get the iTunes download thing sorted. I downloaded this into my normal podcast folder and when I played it the "Radio 3 Documentary" icon came up in my player - a bit disorienting.''
by F Stover
12:21AM 25th Jan 2013
''RSS feed please? iTunes is such a pain.''
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