BacktoFrankBlack Podcast #2 - updates

A quick apology in regards to the MP3 version of the podcast, a slight technical error meant it was missing the last thirty minutes! We have rectified the issue and you can now download either podcasts at our website or Itunes in full.

Thanks for the feedback that helped us locate this issue. We'll be more careful in future!

As promised on the podcast, here are the links discussed.

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5 Responses to "BacktoFrankBlack Podcast #2 - updates"

David said... May 19, 2009 at 5:22 PM

Great interview with Marshall Bell! I appreciated his description of GvsE as funky.Yeah that's the word.

Steven Eiter said... May 20, 2009 at 4:22 PM

Yes, absolutely awesome interview. I think it's really awesome that several of the Millennium alums are willing to come back and talk about this amazing show, and even willing to be in the movie.

Jósef K. said... May 20, 2009 at 6:45 PM

This podcast is a huge improvement to the debut podcast which was basically an introduction (still good though).

Everything clicked in this podcast. The banter between Troy and James was good as well Marshall Bell. Truly excellent interview and discussion.

Don't be dark.
Cheers from Iceland!

Graham said... May 21, 2009 at 4:20 AM

What a great interview with Marshall Bell! Some hilarious and fascinating anecdotes!

Interesting to learn how he got into the script for The Judge in the last 2 days.

Marshall is obviously a very open, honest, genuinely funny and down to earth guy, it was an absolute pleasure to hear from him.

I'd love to see him in person!

Thanks again guys!

Blake said... May 28, 2009 at 4:47 AM

Thank you very much for doing these podcasts. The first podcast was good and this one was even better. Both of you are perfect hosts; professional and entertaining. Keep it up. Perhaps if you need filler material... what about an in-depth discussion of one episode per episode (unless the campaign news and interviews take up too much of your time). Although, I won't be complaining if it gets longer. :)

Kudos for the great work!

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