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Ro dances his way7 to #podcrawl


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Wainwright Podcrawls!


ErkCrawl, 20th August 2011, LDN



In this photo: Justin Wayne, Peter Clitheroe, Eric Scaresbrook, Pete Cogle, Ro Cutler, Colin Gazeley, Stuart Morrison. Behind the Camera: Jamie Arndt.

Great day at Podcrawl: London. It was great to hang out & drink & laugh with like-minded people including Ro Cutler, Colin Gazeley, Pete Cogle, Peter Clitheroe, Stuart Morrison, Justin Wayne & Jamie Arndt through 8 pubs* & 1 sex shop* & many beers* & 1 phone box* & many Southern Comfort & Cokes* & lots of laughter & good conversation.

Erk Crawl: 20th August 2011


For those of you who don't know this already, Aussie podcaster, Erk, has been travelling in Europe and he'll be in London for an Erk-Crawl on Saturday 20th August. A few of us will be joining him. If you want to come along then here's the plan:

Cafe Lido at 11am for those that want brunch

The Argyll Arms at 12noon for those that prefer a liquid lunch!After that I suggest we do the usual and tweet using the #podcrawl hashtag, so late arrivals can follow us, or call Codger, Clithers or Rowley. No doubt we will end up in The Pillars of Hercules at some point.

AMPed Podcrawl Special


AMPed Show #285This show hosted by Rowley Cutler of DarkCompass and DarkCompass Metal Show.Rowley is joined by a number of Association of Music Podcasting members during a recent London Podcrawl.Show: DarkCompassSong: Drag Me Down (Rattlin Bone)Show: PCPodcastSong: Golden Days Remix (Fexomat & Sumone) Show: The BugcastSong: In This Place ('Til Dusk) Show: Electrical LanguageSong: Time (The Haiku) Show: Justin Wayne ShowSong: Piece of Mind (Joan Ov Arc)Show: Suffolk and CoolSong: What You Got (Mix&Dorp)[...]

Made in The UK Podcrawl Special


On the 21st May 2011. I interviewed a lot of the members of Made in the UK in the glorious city of London, whilst drinking real ale. Beware, silliness ahead.Rowley’s Submission: The Divide, by Arceye, ShropshirePete’s submission: Uni, By Ed Sheeran, SuffolkColins submission: No Age for Saints, by Hermes, GloucestershireDave and Carolines submission: The Doctors Wife, by The Clockwork Quartet., LondonGabors submission: Electrical Language (Be Bop Deluxe cover), by Andy Hall, YorkshireNicks submission: Take Me Away, by Helen AustinJustins submission: Piece of Mind, by Joan of Arc, London Standard Podcast: Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download[...]

A short history of podcrawls


Here's the history (I think!) of the Podcrawl's we've done and have planned.....

#0 - August 2006 - first meeting of Codger and Clithers in Southwold (home of Adnams!)
#1 - January 2008 - starting at The Sussex, Covent Garden
#2 - June 2008 - starting at the Montague Pyke, Soho
#3 - April 2009 - starting at the Montague Pyke, Soho
#4 - April 2010 - Rodcrawl, starting at the Argyll, Oxford Circus with guest Rodrigo de Sa
#5 - Movember 2009 - At The Pillars of Hercules, Soho
#6 - July 2010 - The Bridge House, London Bridge
#7 - October 2010 - Sheffield Podcrawl
#8 - May 2011 - starting at the Argyll, Oxford Circus
#9 - August 2011 - Erkcrawl, with guest Erk
#10 - Nottingham? Hampshire?
#11 - 12th May 2011 (to be confirmed) The Great Escape Podcrawl, Brighton

The Route


Here is The Route for Saturday.
Remember tweeting with hashtag of #podcrawl is prefered, and of course listen to Audioboos and facebook of the attendees will be available.
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The next Podcrawl 2011


The next podcrawl will be on the 21st May 2011 in London.
There is a facebook event at!/event.php?eid=113354708743720, and of course everyone is welcome.

Actual venues have still to be scoped, but I'll keep you posted here and there.

Post Podcrawl Nonsense....



Reet fine day in't Yorshire yesterday. Here's a little vid for those who were not there!

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Podcrawl Itinerary


So, here is the itinerary for the Sheffield Podcrawl on Saturday 23 October.
This is more solid than "provisional", but is subject to change at any time.

Dave and Caroline will be at Sheffield railway station from about 10:30 on the Saturday morning, where the first of our long-distant comrades will be arriving between 10:45 and 11:00.

As the Codger will be absolutely gagging for a hot drink of the caffeinated variety on arrival, we will be heading over to the Showroom Cafe at about 11:30, only a short walk from the railway station. [map]

We will spend some quality time there, until the next batch of reprobates arrive at the railway station around midday.

From there, at about 13:00, we will be moving on to The Devonshire Cat on Wellington Street [map], from where we will probably waste the remainder of the day, sampling their somewhat extensive range of draught and bottled beers.

Because of the number of people who are travelling in from far away places, people will probably start leaving around 19:00 on the Saturday evening. Fear not, however as at least 5 of us are actually bedding down in Sheffield overnight, so the evening need not end quite so early.

So in summary:
  • From about 10:30 at Sheffield railway station
  • From about 11:30 at the Showroom Cafe
  • From about 13:00 at The Devonshire Cat

If we have your mobile number, we'll keep you posted with any changes to the above. If we don't, leave us a comment below and we'll get in touch.

Sheffield Podcrawl


This is where we'll likely be at some point. Check #podcrawl in twitter for details on Saturday 23rd October.

Podcrawl Sheffield Promo


The next podcrawl is in Sheffield on the 23rd October 2010, the Facebook event page is here.

A tongue in cheek promo for The Sheffield Podcrawl courtesy of Rowley at DarkCompass has been produced

Download here.

More info soon.

Summer 2010 event post motem


We had some great talk, and food, and drink of course thanks to Adnams.
Nice to have several non-podcasters there, Gwa, Alison and Andy, alongside the regulars, myself, the two Petes, Colin, Dave, Gabor, Stuart, Sarah, Caroline and Justin, which his girldfriend in tow.
Photos I am sure will appear in due course. The ones I took are available on the facebook group page and also at


Twitter feed of the day is here

We encourage ....


We would like you to review The Bridge House here. I will be posting my review personally on Sunday after the Podcrawl.


to follow on twitter .....


For those who are not coming, but still want to be involved, then our Twitter Feed might help there.

For Those without Facebook.


ANOTHER LONDON PODCRAWL Join Rowley and Co for some good beer good chat and more good beer

location to be confirmed, probably THE BRIDGE HOUSE

The Bridge House
218 Tower Bridge Road
London SE1 2UP
020 7407 5818
Google Maps

Getting There:

Tube from Paddington: Barkerloo East, to Baker Street, then Jubilee Line to London Bridge, walk down Tooley Street to Tower Bridge Road, turn left - pub on right hand side.
Bus from Paddington: Number 15 bus, westbound, get off at Tower Bridge Tube station.

Tube from Liverpool Street Station: District/Circle Line to Tower Hill and walk over Tower Bridge, pub just on left hand side after bridge
Bus from Liverpool Street Station, catch #47 southbound, get off bus at Tower Bridge Road, walk towards Bridge, pub in Right.



I've switched comments OFF on this blog due to the distressing frequency with which Chinese/Japanese spam is being posted here. They were pretty much the ONLY comments...

If you have something you want to post here, you probably already know Grumbler, Codger, Clithers or Rowley, so please contact one of them...

Not long now till the London Podcrawl!

More April 2010 Podcrawl pics


May be found here...

London Podcrawl


The Next London Podcrawl is now confirmed for the 10th July, at The Bridge House, London.
Please visit The Facebook Event Page for more details.

Rodcrawl, April 2010



A small number of us got together to meet Rodrigo de Sa in London.

Present were Pete (Codger) Cogle, Peter (Clithers) Clitheroe, Paul (Grumbler) Snelling, Justin Wayne, Stuart Morrison, Sarah Morrison, Rodrigo de Sa & Maura (Rodrigo's girlfriend).

We drank green beer (see below) but no Adnams!


Made in the UK Podcrawl Special


Professionalism completely thrown out of the window this time with some interviews with the hosts of Made in the UK after some alcohol was consumed for Podcrawl. Thanks to Adnams for sponsoring the event. There is expletives throughout, and so not entirely safe for work, but safe for headphones.

Sad Songs, by Koomla (London)
Al Jihad (The Struggle), by Celt Islam (Manchester)
Austere, by The Joy Formidable (Mold)
Brain Stem, by Lord Numb (London)
Keep it Fierce, by Rebel Soul Collective (Nottingham)
Apology to the Feminine, by Zalinski (London)
Its a Rave Dave, by Trash Fashion (London)
Ships with holes will Sink, by We were Promised Jetpacks (Scotland)
Square One, The Wide Eyes (Midhurst)




Many many thanks to the hosts, and to the artists who let us play their music on the show, without them, these projects would not happen.