Marv chats with Paul Stephenson about his show, music in general, and whatever else comes to mind. Paul's vintage rock show is two-fold, where he releases daily episodes between Tuesday and Sunday of around five or so minutes with birthdays and events from this day in history, and then big interviews or in-depth subject episodes every Monday.
Listen to Vintage Rock Pod - https://podfollow.com/vintage-rock-pod
Vintage Rock Pod website - https://www.vintagerockpod.com/
Vintage Rock Pod Twitter - https://twitter.com/vintagerockpod/
Vintage Rock Pod Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/vintagerockpod/
Hotel California live acoustic by The Eagles - https://youtu.be/GY2euCvZ_F4
Article in the Daily Record about Vintage Rock Pod - https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/meet-furloughed-scots-dad-interviewing-22897152
Pods Like Us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/podslikeus/
Marv is joined by Ed Chen from When They Was Fab for a chat with John Champion from the Star Trek related show Mission Log.
During the chat they discuss all about the show itself, all things Star Trek related, and of course other great science fiction over the years.
When They Was Fab on Facebook - https://en-gb.facebook.com/groups/409309529259989/
When They Was Fab on Podbean - https://whentheywasfab.podbean.com/
William Shatner reviewing Captain Kirk impressions - https://youtu.be/Xw-1C8DsufE
Pods Like Us on Patreon - https://patreon.com/podslikeus
#startrek #missionlog #scifi #sciencefiction #television #classictelevision #classictv
Antony Rotunno returns to chat with Marv about a third show that he presents. Film Gold is a show where Antony is joined by special guests to discuss classic and standout films from across the years.
Listen to Film Gold - https://podfollow.com/1544641271
Film Gold on Twitter - https://twitter.com/FilmGold75
Marv chats with Amanda about her show Dating Will Be The Death Of Me, as well as the subjects of dating in the modern age, and the problems that came through lockdowns across the world, and how that effected the whole situation.
Marv chats with Bill Deaton about his fabulous show, where Bill reads bad reviews that people have left about the films that you love, before giving an "opinion warning" with his own "BRBR review".
There was so much laughter again with this episode.
Marv chats with Paul and Stephen Nicholson from the show Trimming The Musical Fat. It's an episode that needed some trimming in itself, as they didn't start the show until around 30 minutes into recording, and then chatted for a while after the show finished as well. There were also long periods of uncontrolled laughter, which I now wish had been put aside to create "The Laugh Track" as around fifteen to twenty minutes of nothing but laughter was removed in total.