The Audiobook of the Book of the Podcast – Episode 17 of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series

Podcast image for Yes, it’s back! Nearly four years since my last ‘A Kilo of String’ podcast episode, I’ve finally got round to recording a new one.

What have I been doing for the past three years and nine months? Audiobook? What audiobook? Who’s been banging on about Brexit? What barely fits and is flimsy? When is a preface not a preface?

Listen to this podcast episode to find the answers to these and many other important questions and hear a sneak preview of my forthcoming audiobook.

Click the play button or download the MP3 (13 mins 41 secs – 6.5 Mb)

Click here to listen to previous episodes of ‘A Kilo of String’

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2 thoughts on “The Audiobook of the Book of the Podcast – Episode 17 of ‘A Kilo of String’ Podcast Series

  1. From here in NZ as I watch Brexit exit unfold day by day I can only think 🤔 “What a fiasco. Who voted,for this The Balmy Army? God help the UK because no one else will”
    Enjoyed the little teaser podcast Rob. 🙋

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    • Hi, Helen. Thanks for getting touch. Yes, you’re quite right. The whole Brexit thing is a total and utter disaster. Plenty of people who voted to leave the EU in the 2016 referendum had little or no idea what this would mean in reality. They were also fed a lot of lies by the leaders of the Leave campaign.

      On a more positive note, I’m glad you enjoyed the preview of the audiobook of ‘A Kilo of String’. Hopefully the whole audiobook will be released in the next couple of weeks or so.

      All the best, Rob

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