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Podcast Diary Entry #6

I would like to say this week has been easy, but that would be a lie.

We did manage to record our podcast episodes, with Zachary hiccuping in the background, which was very amusing but difficult to edit out. Unfortunately, Laura ended up back in hospital with a post-maternity infection, but everything is good now. It’s been a very difficult week but we are back as a family looking after our little boy so everything is all good.

There are no major updates, but we are back on track with the podcast. We recently released our June Preview episode and on the 24th May we will be releasing our first ever Review Round-Up show, with the headliner being Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. We’ve decided to cover as many wide and limited releases as possible for the first half of May, so it’s a lot to cover. Every review show will be spoiler-free, and we are looking forward to introducing this format to you. You’ll get two of these each month, you lucky sods.

We also have our first interview lined up with a film production team who are submitting their short film to festivals. We will release more details nearer the time.

You may not know this, but before I started this podcast I did write movie reviews. I have a lot of content from 2016 and we will be porting it over to this website in the next couple of weeks.

That’s all for this entry. Not a very dramatic week for Ready, Steady, Cut! but things are back on track!

Speak to you next week.

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