Friday, November 16, 2007

AmeriNZ #54 – Big Giant Head

Episode 54 is now available, and it's free no matter where you get it from. You can listen to it or download it through the player at the bottom of the post here, or subscribe for free through iTunes here (you must have the free iTunes player installed). You can also listen to it for free through the player on my MySpace page.

I begin with a few words about Tuesday's podcast. Then a couple domestic news items. It's confirmed: I'm a Big Giant Head, or I write like one. Then I talk a bit about the Australian election, and then how some Maori activists need to study public relations. I tell you about Episode 55, which will be largely based on a listener request. There probably won't be a podcast on Fridayof next week.

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Leave a comment, send an email to me at amerinz(at}yahoo.com, or ring my US listener line on 206-339-8413.

Closing music: “Bill O'Reilly: The Legend of the Big Giant Head” by David Ippolito from the Podsafe Music Network.

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Anonymous said...

You're so smart! I don't think I'll do that reading level thing for my site. hehehe

I couldn't agree with you more about Bill O'Reilly. I really don't like him or what he stands for. I can't understand why anyone would watch his show.

Unknown said...

I think that some people like to watch Bill O'Reilly because he is such a trainwreck. For others, it may be entertaining to see how he will twist and mangle facts and logic in order to prove his points.

And then, there are the ones who believe that his word is gospel.

I loved David Ippolito's song from the first time I heard it played on his podcast. Glad you played him on your show.

Take care, Arthur!

Arthur Schenck said...

Archerr: Well, let's just say that when I checked your blog was at a level appropriate for your profession, but ArcherRadio was, um, better educated...

David: I think you're right about Billy Boy. I know I see him as a comedian, since nothing he says can be taken seriously. It's just too bad that so many people don't realise it's all a joke.

I'll probably play more of David's work in the future; it's often hard to find halfway decent things on the Podsafe Music Network.