• Published: Sep 13th, 2013
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Edinburgh Nights – Friday 13 September

Edinburgh Nights has its own website, edinburghnights.thepodcastcorner.com so head over there to keep yourself up to date with the show and what’s happening every weekend in the capital city. While the September ’4 week pilot’ goes on we’ll cross post the shows to the Fringe site, so you’ll have a little bit of Edinburgh, even though the Fringe is over.

A show which will go down as either (a) the one where the phones stopped working, or (b) the one I’ll never let Carey Marx forget. Not to spoil the surprise, but it’s a busy hour that kept me on my toes as I was hosting, kept Tom on his toes as he became a temporary techie, and hoepfuly gives everyone listening an idea of something to do this weekend in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Nights – Friday 13th September

Andy Skeen (Andy Skeen on Facebook)
‘The Price of Freedom’ (Available via Amazon)

Al Shields (www.alshields.com)
Monday 7pm, Sneaky Pete’s

Carey Marx (Carey Marx on Twitter)
The Stand Comedy Club

Also featuring Thom Dibden (from All Edinburgh Theatre) and his weekend preview of the theatrical shows (plus some impromptu techy bits); music from Flourescent HeartsHiva-OaSt John’s AmbienceStubborn Hearts, and ArdentJohn; and another round of 20 Questions Wrong, with Al Shields stepping up to the plate.

Got an event on in Edinburgh next weekend you’d like to get on the show? Want to come into the studio to talk about about? Email me on ewan@thepodcastcorner.com, or on Twitter (@ewan). To make sure you never miss the latest show from the Castle FM studios,why not subscribe to the Edinburgh Nights Podcast in iTunes, or copy the RSS File into your favourite RSS application.

  • Published: Aug 10th, 2013
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Edinburgh Fringe Show #7 – Saturday 10th August

Time for a Saturday special on the Fringe podcast. While we’re broadcasting live on Castle FM Monday through Friday, not every guest can make it down to the radio studio. That leaves a lot of stories around the Fringe that still need to be told, so this year we’ll be heading into Edinburgh with the podcast microphone to bring you…

Edinburgh Fringe Show #7 – Saturday 10th August

Carey Marx
Intensive Carey
Gilded Balloon

Death Ship 666!
A Titanic Parody
Laughing Horse

Ben Moor
Each of Us
Pleasance

Gavin and Gavin
Darts Wives
Assembly

No recommendations for the weekend, but head over to Broadway Baby for more online reviews, and pick up iFringe for your Android or Apple smartphone.

Getting in touch with the Fringe Podcast team is easy with email (ewan@thepodcastcorner.com) or Twitter (@ewan). To make sure you never miss the latest podcasts from the Edinburgh Fringe, why not subscribe to the Fringe Podcast in iTunes, or copy the RSS File into your favourite RSS application

  • Published: Aug 26th, 2011
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #22 – Play that Morning Music

Into the last weekend of the Fringe, with three or four performances for each show, there’s no excuse for not seeing the best the Fringe has to offer – even if Stewart Lee has sold out go and find something else… he’d likely recommend Bridget Christie, can’t think why (*) but there’s buckets more shows to choose from.

The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #22 – Play that Morning Music

Carey Marx
Laziness and Stuff

Gilded Balloon

Guy Pratt
Wake-up Call

Gilded Balloon

Rayguns Look Real Enough
Balls Deep

Assembly

The Stage’s critics choice today is One Fine Day and the iFringe recommendations are Leo and The Rape Of Lucrece.

Also featuring The One Man Show, So You Think Your Funny, Sold, The Wheel, and Patrick Monahan.

There’s lots of ways to get in touch with me if you’ve been at the Fringe performing or watching. Email me on ewanspence@gmail.com (I will read them all, it does take a few days this early in August to reply!), or on Twitter (@ewan).

To make sure you never miss the latest podcasts from the Edinburgh Fringe, why not subscribe to the Fringe Podcast in iTunes, or copy the RSS File into your favourite RSS application.

(*) Lee and Christie are of course happily married.

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