Edit a podcast
Altering the list of MP3s may affect subscribers to the podcast. (Subscribers progress through the MP3s by their position alone, so adding a new file near the top, or swapping the position of two files, may cause a listener to receive the same episode twice.) The only safe way to add a new MP3 is to add it to the end of the list.
(you can only edit this podcast if you know its password)
Title for the podcast:
(a string of letters and numbers to use in the podcast URL, eg. "quietplease" - cannot be edited later)
John Finnemore's Double Acts is a series of radio comedy programmes, written by John Finnemore. It is an anthology series of largely unconnected two-handers. Each episode features only two main speaking parts, apart from Finnemore himself who acts as announcer. Additional, uncredited voices are sometimes heard briefly. Each episode is a self-contained play, though four in the first series are loosely connected by incidental details, mainly revolving around references to a fictional bath supplier called Willard & Son: "A Flock of Tigers", which is set in the 1930s, features the character Edmund Willard - the titular "son" - while "Wysinnwyg", "Hot Desk" and "Red-Handed" all involve characters who work for the company in the present day. Both "Red Handed" (which takes place over half an hour in real time) and "Hot Desk" (which takes place over a few weeks) are implied to take place within the time frame of "Wysinnwyg" (which covers several months), and contain callbacks to each other in the form of references to characters appearing in the others. The episode "A Flock of Tigers" was shortlisted for Best Scripted Comedy Drama in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2016. The episode "English for Pony Lovers" won the Writers Guild of Great Britain Award for Best Comedy in January 2017.
(if this Fourble podcast has been
by another, give its unique identifier here)
(tick if you never want this podcast to appear on the front page or index, nor be spiderable by search engines)
List of MP3s:
http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/1-01AFlockOfTigers.mp3: A Flock of Tigers http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/1-02Wysinnwyg.mp3: Wysinnwyg http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/1-03Red-handed.mp3: Red-Handed http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/1-04TheGoliathWindow.mp3: The Goliath Window http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/1-05EnglishForPony-lovers.mp3: English for Pony-Lovers http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/1-06HotDesk.mp3: Hot Desk http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/2-01TheQueensSpeech.mp3: The Queen's Speech http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/2-02MercyDash.mp3: Mercy Dash http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/2-03PenguinDiplomacy.mp3: Penguin Diplomacy http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/2-04TheRebelAlliance.mp3: The Rebel Alliance http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/2-05HeresWhatWeDo.mp3: Here's What We Do http://archive.org/download/TrappedBBCR4/2-06TheWroxtonBox.mp3: The Wroxton Box
(This should be a list of full URLs of MP3s, one per line. If you want to specify a title that's different from the raw filename, put a colon after the filename, followed by the title, eg.
http://www.edrants.com/_mp3/segundo1.mp3: David Mitchell
. The display title will be prefixed with the title of the podcast, eg. "Bat Segundo: David Mitchell", so you don't need to repeat the name of the podcast in each title.)