Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Show 19 now available!

The first of this months two shows is now available - in this episode we look into the Can't Stop the Serenity charity event.


We have already spoken to Global Coordinator Devin Pike a few shows ago, he is back to give us a bit of an update - live from his Honeymoon, what a great bloke!

We also speak to people involved in seven of the local showings around the globe, from the Oxford Screening to Sydney Australia, and many countries in between. Thanks very much to everyone who spoke to us, visit the the Can't Stop The Serenity website to find out where your local screening is.
The event is to raise money for the Equality now charity. If you do not know what this charity is for, click onto their website for more information. For those of you living in the UK, the recent news story involving the honour killing of a twenty year old Curdish girl by her family illustrates perfectly what this charity is about. If you would like to know more about this new story, click here to read it on the BBC News website.
To listen to the show, subscribe via iTunes or your podcatching software (the details are on the right) or download it direct by clicking here.
If you go to a screening, and are able to report back on the event we would love to hear from you, email us on the address on the right to let us know.
See you later in the month for our second show,
Wendy, Toni and Andrew

3 comments:

Nick Edwards said...

Ah, Bring Kazoos! That'd be me.

I'm serious, want some proper audience partici---pation for Big Damn Trilogy.

Ace show guys. See you Saturday. And the following Saturday :-)

Nick

Megan said...

emmm...so where are the rest of 'this month's" broadcasts? just wondering, as there was a fella interviewing folks at the Dublin screening and have been waiting to hear what was said...

Andrew said...

Hi Megan,

The second show that month was a couple of interviews on the Ariel Ambulance restoration project, which became the July show. We have at least three sets of recordings from various screenings, London, Dublin and Oxford, and possibly an Australian one too. As we only do one or two shows per month we have not got a definite date for the post CTST show, it will probably be one of the August shows.

Thanks for listening,

Andrew