Tag: 2013

Hello, I’m Ewan Spence, and I’ll be the United Kingdom’s Eurovision Commentator later this month

This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place at 6pm (UK time) November 30th at the National Place of Arts “Ukraina” in Kyiv, and for the first time since 2005 it will be broadcast in the UK. No Eurovision show airing in the UK would be complete without a commentary team,

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The ‘Super Showcase Saturday’ from the Fringe

[audio:http://archive.org/download/TpcFringe20132408201321/tpc_fringe2013_24082013_21.mp3] The final weekend of the Fringe, just three nights left to see many of the shows (although some will finish tonight, so check the times at edfringe.com). As for the podcast, let’s have some extra interviews to kick off your Saturday. With David Quirk, Michael Che, Superbard, Bobby Mair, Ian

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The Fringe podcast where I mention Firefly

[audio:http://archive.org/download/TpcFringe20132008201317/tpc_fringe2013_20082013_17.mp3] Onwards with the Fringe, with music, special guests, surprise appearances, and an answer to the Davison/Troughton debate that’s pretty definitive, at least from my point of view. With Jennifer Lusk (Who Do You Think You Are), News Revue 2013, Fraser Millward, Sandy Brechin, and Tim Fitzhigham.

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The Fringe podcast where we can’t mention the war

[audio:https://archive.org/download/TpcFringe20131908201316/tpc_fringe2013_19082013_16.mp3] Into the last week of the Fringe, with eight full days and nights of performances to take in – and even at this late stage that’s more than Glastonbury. Twice. A delve inthe nature of the Fringe today with reluctant talk show hosts, returning retirees, reality show hopefuls, and

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Some Fringe podcasting that might be a bit risky to run on the radio

[audio:http://archive.org/download/TpcFringe20131808201315/tpc_fringe2013_18082013_15.mp3] And now it’s time for something a little racey for Sunday, or at least interviews that might not be suitable for the airwaves of 98.8 Castle FM across Edinburgh! Just the interviews today, so let’s focus on the artists and head into the Fringe. With Eric Davis, Bob Slayer, Gary Beadle (The

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As the weekend starts, the Fringe podcast continues on its daily schedule

[audio:http://archive.org/download/TpcFringe20131608201313/tpc_fringe2013_16082013_13.mp3] The ‘big’ weekend approaches, with tickets to be sold, new fans and friends to be made, award judges to be impressed, all while trying to avoid the thought that there are still ten days left to go. With Jess Abrams (Cat Stevens Reconstructed), Brydie Lee-Kennedy and Courtney Powell (Sugar and

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