Lee releases episode 1 of his podcast, with a little help from Doug and Jane. He's feeling good about things, but that might not last.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT - NO MORE ASP EPISODES WILL APPEAR ON THIS FEED
Hi, it’s Matthew here. I’m the writer and producer of A Scottish Podcast, and I’ve got a very short but very important announcement to make about the show.
So the podcast feed you’re currently listening on – and hopefully subscribed to – is called “Aftermath and Other Audio Drama Stories”. And there’ll be no more Scottish Podcast episodes appearing in this feed.
We’ll be continuing to put out short stories and one off audio dramas here, as and when we make them, so please stay subscribed.
But if you want any more episodes of A Scottish Podcast – and hopefully you’re enjoying the story – then you just need to pop over to ScottishPodcast.com and subscribe to the show’s brand new feed.
That feed will be exclusively for Scottish Podcast episodes, and they won’t be available anywhere else. Not even here.
This will be the one and only time I mention this wee change, so if you want to find out what dark secrets lie under the streets of Edinburgh, make sure you subscribe to the new feed.
So, just to summarise, there’ll be no more episodes of A Scottish Podcast on this feed, and if you want to continue listening to the story, head to ScottishPodcast.com where you’ll find links to the show on iTunes, Stitcher, etc.
And just incase you can’t remember the website ScottishPodcast.com, I’ll put a link in the shownotes of this very episode too.
Thanks for listening.
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With thanks to Kevin Parr, who stars as the night watchman.
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Starring, in order of appearance
R. Cudmore, C. Sneddon, M. McLean, R. Venters, J. Balfour, L. Blackwood.
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Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech – Controlled Chaos ,Airport Lounge
Ghost Order - Familiar Ground
Written & produced by M. McLean of Yap Audio Production.
Sound effects were created by Yap Audio, as well as resources gathered on freesound.org from the following users.
Wniebelski, makosan, Master sound effects, Ifartinurgeneraldirection, panikko, pillonoise, ondrosik, bates8590, carbilicon, drewsifstalin, mzui, fonogeno.
Artwork by Craig Thomson