100th Sonic TALK Podcast Recording LIVE Today

Join us and join in at 4pm GMT      24/09/08
It seems like only yesterday when we started the Sonic TALK podcast, but we’ve now reached the ripe old age of 100. As a celebration of this fact, we’re streaming todays recording live at 4pm GMT. We’ve also got a live chat room available so folks can join in and comment as it happens. So if you’d like to join us - today (24th September) we'll be live at 4pm GMT we hope to have a full house : Dave Spiers, Noneric, PJ Tracy, Dave Robinson, Rich Hilton and Mark Tinley should all be there. Visit Sonicstate.com/live to listen in real-time and join the chat room. We look forward to seeing you there.. Did I mention it's at 4pm GMT? More From: SONIC TALK
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Marc JX8P    Said...

I'll see you then!

24-Sep-08 04:15 AM


Marc JX8P    Said...

This was a great experience guys, and aside from some audio/video hiccups at the end a good connection! Hopefully you'll make this a regular thing (albeit maybe an hour or so later which would mean I wouldn't have to take an hour off).

24-Sep-08 12:06 PM


Spaceman-X    Said...

I agree with Marc I enjoyed today's live podcast, and hope you also make it regular. The little jam & dance at the end was funny or sonic train wreck as I call it :-D keep up the good work lads.

24-Sep-08 03:50 PM


robgs    Said...

That was a blast - trouble is, now that we know you can do it, you'll have to do it again :-)

25-Sep-08 03:06 AM


Nick B    Said...

Thanks guys, really enjoyed doing it, although I'm paying the price today...

We may well do it again as it went so well, we'll see.

25-Sep-08 03:46 AM


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