Now that a few episodes of both the Gateway Game Shelf podcast and Game Shelf Campaigns podcast have dropped I’ve listed both on iTunes. After a few days of waiting I received the official notification from Apple that they’re live on iTunes. Huzzah!
Makes it feel so real…
I’d appreciate a review if you have a quick minute to drop one 🙂
Quick update: I’ve finally started producing a couple of podcasts. I’ve had lots of podcast ideas, but most have not gotten off the ground because of various setbacks or uncertainty on my part. That said, I’m very happy with how these are coming along.
Both podcasts are about tabletop gaming, with different audiences in mind for each. Details (and links) are below for your perusal.
The Gateway Game Shelf – Jess and I discuss the games that we play with non-gamers to introduce them to the hobby. The intent of this podcast is to be a limited-run series with a focus on a handful (10 or so) core games that really fit the sweet spot for a non- or new-gamer. Release schedule is bi-weekly until we cover the games we have in mind. Currently the “introductions” and “Ticket To Ride” episodes have been released with more to come.
The Game Shelf Campaigns – In this podcast we follow multiple sessions of a campaign-style tabletop game. This is tilted more toward the person who wants to either a) listen to some actual-play of our rather cerebral group’s play-through of Pandemic Legacy, or b) hear our pre/post game thoughts for each playthrough. Release schedule is bi-weekly (off weeks from The Gateway Game Shelf). Currently the “introductions” episode is up, while future episodes will include two recordings each (the audio from the actual play and the between-game discussion).
Just checked out an episode of Marc Maron’s new TV series “Maron”, premiering on IFC tonight at 10. Some good chuckles in the online episode seems pretty sparse so far….hoping it grows as the season kicks off and progresses.
If you’ve listened to the WTF podcast, the TV show feels like watching his radio persona when he’s not “in the garage”. If you haven’t listened to the podcast, there are some classic episodes I recommend listening to. Some are free to listen to through the site or an app, others require a premium subscription.