Now, I don't know about you, but I don't know anything the young folk are up to. They could be planning a total overthrow of the over 30s, and the first I'd hear of it would be the rat-a-tat of ageist gunfire raking the doorway of Renards. Or, in my case, my local library.
We're running backward through the episodes in Hugh's Adventures. Though it is the third episode I've put up in this way, this is Episode Two, a sunny summer holiday back garden romp called Caveman Hugh. As usual it is licenced under the generic Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike licence.
Irish Seal It isn't often you're thinking about podcasting and stumble on a reference to your own grandfather. But that's what happened today when I was bumped towards Richard Develan's site to listen to his trial "Saturday View"-style podcast, Sunday Brunch. I'd listened to it, and thought it a little too slow, a little too safe and not focused enough on Ireland, but not a bad start.
Hello all,A cheery change from grumbling about the Four Courts broke through last week when Tuppenceworth, at close to no notice, had its first get together in real life. Special thanks to Fergal, Mary, Emma and their friends for turning up and making sure that I didn't stare out the window in the Library Bar all by myself.
Last time, I posted the link to my script for an animated hardboiled, Raymond Chandler-style detective story, aimed at children- Hugh PI. This time, I decided to push the boat out and go for a full sized Biblical Epic. Hugh Exodus is now available through a Creative Commons licence.