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Best Dan Armitage podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Dan Armitage podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Dan Armitage, host of Buckeye Sportsman, is one of the state’s best-known outdoor writers, with articles appearing in numerous outdoor magazines, including Outdoor Life, In-Fisherman and Field & Stream as well as in various statewide periodicals including Ohio Game & Fish, Ohio’s Country Journal and AAA’s Home & Away magazines. Buckeye Sportsman airs on dozens of stations statewide that distribute the program every weekend. The program is now in its 24th season on the air, making it the long ...
 
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Here goes with another dose of London life currently. Truly hope you are all surviving and keeping positive in this very bizarre time.This week you get a bit of the normal bit of thoughts and chats. Keeping the podcast going and adding meditations every so often. I'll be putting these mini pods out every few days so keep tuning in.If you want to sk…
 
Hello. This week is a special podcast. Whilst the current world situation continues, I, like many others, find myself with an empty diary.I've found that listening to other people's versions of the situation to be extremely helpful and have decided that I would continue to share my podcast thoughts in real time. A lot of us find this a very testing…
 
This week I catch up with the lovely Phil Lawrence. Phil is currently writing for the BBC soap 'Eastenders' and has written for 'Casualty'. I've known Phil for nearly 19 years. We first met, as actors, performing in the cult comedy 'I Am Star Trek' - Phil was playing Spock, I was a Klingon, amongst many other characters!Phil tells us about his form…
 
This Episode is with the fabulous Jack Everson.Jack and I became firm friends whilst working on Panto this Christmas just gone. Jack has a wicked sense of humour and is one of those humans in life that will never cease to make you laugh.We talk about his journey to becoming the brilliant actor he is today, via ballet, piano lessons and a season at …
 
This week I had the pleasure of a catch up with an old friend. The lovely Joann Condon!Many of you may well recognise Jo from her role of 'Pat' in Fat Fighters in 'Little Britain'. Jo has also appeared in everything from 'Shine On Harvey Moon' to 'The Office' to 'Skins'. I know Jo from a gay play we appeared in many years ago - when we could both s…
 
This week I'm chatting with the fabulous Alexandra Meyrick.Alexandra (Alex to them who know her)sat down with me a couple of weeks ago to chat all things LGBTQ theatre, her formative years and her coming out process.We met working on Harry Hancock's project 'Queery' and I immediately warmed to Alex and her sense of humour. She's a damned good actor…
 
This week I'm joined by the witty, warm and brilliant Mr Nicholas McInerny.Nicholas, along with the author David Ledain has put together a compelling set of podcasts where they chat to Gay and Bi men who had already become Dads but then had to come out to family, friends and their own children.Five men from very different backgrounds and with very …
 
The pod is back! Hello and apologies for the delay. All the reasons are mentioned on the podcast so I'm not going to chat on too long here. Just to say thanks for sticking with me!This week's episode is my first long distance chat in a while with the inimitable Mr Scott Anthony Andrews. Scott is based out of Saskatchewan, Canada and is an extremely…
 
This week's episode is from a lovely sit down with director, actor and writer Harry Hancock.Harry has created, with co-writer Teresa Rendell, an exciting and strong piece of theatre which truly touches on every aspect of the LGBT+ experience. I had the pleasure of meeting Harry and Teresa in the spring to talk about my own experiences over the year…
 
This episode I had the pleasure of chatting to Jamie Armitage, Co-Director of Olivier Award Nominated 'Six the Musical'.Currently Jamie is at the helm of 'Southern Belles' a double bill of one act plays by Tennessee Williams playing at the King's Head Theatre in London.'Something Unspoken' and 'And Tell Sad Stories of the Death of a Queen' are play…
 
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