prog rock bands and doing my day job are clearly not enough, I have begun serialising my stories into a podcast series. Based around a fictional presenter (Theodore Pilkington-Rhubarb) and his hapless assistant (Mabel - surname not yet revealed), the podcast takes the form of an old-fashioned radio show in the style of the Goon Show or I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. Each week I read part of my book (either a whole story or half of one, concluding the following week) plus new material that I write. At the moment this is a collection of Listener's Letters, but soon I'm going to branch out into other silly ideas.
It's also a great showcase for the steampunk music of Charlotte Savigar - it works so well in this context and it's well worth getting the album if you like what you hear. It's all good clean fun and suitable for listeners of any age. If you love a bit of comedy / storytelling and enjoy a good podcast or audio book, then it's well worth checking out.
You can subscribe via iTunes or Overcast or just visit Soundcloud to hear the episodes. It's on Stitcher too and TuneIn, but I don't know the links (okay I found the links, so you can click any of them now). You can find it by searching for "Tales of New Albion". Do let me know what you think! There is a new episode coming every week.
Mind you, you can't please all the people all the time. Have a read of this letter, I don't know, critics!