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4th Age Podcast

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Welcome to the 4th Age podcast

Guest Jason



The 4th Age is a podcast dedicateed to The Wheel of Time series, by Robert Jordan. Hosted by Dragonmount.com.


Jayson and Carrie are your hosts in this weekly discussion of all things related to the Wheel of Time. We look forward to your comments and suggestions.


You can email the podcast crew by writing to podcast@dragonmount.com


The podcasts will be available weekly from this page, or on iTunes.



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Guest Majsju


For a first show, it sounds pretty good. seems like you have ideas for the show, and knows where you want to take it.


There are some small problems with the sound, I'm picking up a bit of an echo when Jayson speaks, and Carrie could try to think a little about microphone technique. Nothing that can't be fixed in 5 minutes though, just play around with different settings, and see what works.


A bit hard to comment very much on the content this early, but as I said in the beginning, you seem to have very clear ideas about what you want to do, and to me they seem very good. And to directly adress the question about length, I think it would be best to not have a set length, but instead more of a rought estimate, like 10-25 minutes, depending on how much material you have. That way you wouldn't feel obliged to fill out empty space just because you lack a few minutes, just as you wouldn't have to feel stressed about only having one minute left, but still so much left to say.


Great job you've done with this, I am looking forward to see how this evolves.

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Guest KellySedai


I wholeheartedly agree! *claps Jayson and Carrie on the back*


You guys are doing a fantastic job. I would like to see the running time be longer, like closer to 20 or 25 minutes, but no pressure of course. :D

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Guest Richard Karpinski


I see spam here so I'd like to offer to help eradicate it. If these comment boxes inserted their text into a wiki page for display to readers, then I could remove the irrelevant comments myself as occurs on Wikipedia.

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