A video update with some exciting news about the possible U&F TV series. We’re not there yet, but we’re closer than you might think.
Underwood and Flinch Season 4 has now begun in my podcast feed. Look out for the separate Season 3 recap episode for those whose memory needs a jog. It’s just before S4-E1.
Here I am on Christmas Day giving the dogs some festive treats while trying not to catch Pauline’s Covid – even though by that time I was showing symptoms, despite my test that day being negative. We gave up on the masks and semi-isolating a few hours after this was taken, however, since my symptoms made it glaringly obvious that I was infected. A number of friends of mine have reported testing negative for days whilst highly symptomatic, before finally testing positive as the symptoms started to abate. Maybe that’ll happen with me. I dunno. Whatever, Covid.
Pauline’s turned the corner now and is feeling a bit better, but I’m a few days behind. I have mild symptoms. Nothing to write home about. It’s just a pain in the arse more than anything else. We’ve decided to postpone our Christmas dinner etc till the end of the week when we’ll hopefully both be over it.
In other news, I made an epic video/audiobook of my 2013 reading of Lovecraft’s The Shadow over Innsmouth. I was able to clean all the music off to avoid copyright hassles (which is a pity, because I loved the music I used on the original podcast) and join all the chapters into one big recording which you can now find at YouTube. So if you fancy a return trip to Innsmouth, allow me to take you there.
And hey, if you listen at YouTube, please like and subscribe. Many thanks!!
Another video from me!! Okay, so I know it may seem like I’m making a lot of these (I am), but that’s because I’m learning how this stuff works, and the only way to learn is by doing, right? So, this is the latest, and this is the format I think I’ll likely settle into. A video log podcast. A VlogCast.
This first episode is mostly me sharing my video-making history at YouTube, and the various attempts at utilising the platform to market my podcasts (all of them unsuccessful, of course).
I also chat briefly with my old podcasting pal, John Mierau. So, give it a watch – preferably at YouTube – and if you like it, please give it a like. And if you don’t want to miss my next video, then please subscribe while you’re there too.
Huzzah!! And Merry Christmas!!!
John Mierau’s Serving Worlds: https://servingworlds.com
p.s. Re: Pauline’s Covid. She’s feeling a bit better today. Hopefully, she’s now over the worst.
Merry Christmas to everyone who follows this blog of mine! Have a great holiday, and a fab New Year!! Here’s hoping that 2023 is the year U&F TV gets the green light! 🤞
A little video I made about – and featuring – my favourite comic books when I was a youngster. So if you’re into comics, give it a watch and see if we have any faves in common
How many of my listeners have thought to themselves that Underwood and Flinch would make a good TV series? Have you? Well, that possibility just got a little closer to becoming a reality. Take a look …
Another video, this time of me getting slapped about waves at Rosslare Strand last Sunday.
I made a short video to reveal the announcement of when the new (free) season of U&F is starting in my podcast feed (also known as “on Spotify”). Take a look, you won’t have to wait long to find out when the date is …
I’ve been posting quite a few videos at YouTube lately, including the HP Lovecraft recordings, all of my Dracula podcast, and most of my classic story readings. So if you prefer to listen on YouTube (and I believe a lot of people do) then please check out my channel and subscribe for more. Many thanks!
In addition to the usual Q&A chat between me and my wife, Pauline, the latest episode of U&F After Hours has a short interview with a special guest. Give it a listen. I think you’ll be interested in what he has to say 😊
Search for it in your podcast app, or CLICK HERE to listen now:
Music from https://filmmusic.io
“Rollin At 5” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)