For the first time ever, Primordial Radio is proud to bring you a choose-your-own-title podcast! Will you choose...
a) Nine-Tenths of the Law
2) Highway to the Content Zone
iii) The Flying, Flaming Content Digestive
All will make some kind of sense during the podcast, we promise.
This week the guys are in a good mood, chatting about all the usual Primordial business news, including a brand new partnership with Amplified Festival! They also get chatting about graffiti incidents, Dewsbury's musical history, rhubarb (seriously) and the recent news regarding local radio in the UK.
This week begins with advice for one particular member of PRFam. Our own steampunk stand-up Dr. Cornelius Porridge has an amazing opportunity in radio, so - as experienced radio professionals - Moose and Dews decide to dispense advice. They - possibly - also demonstrate exactly why they've set up their OWN radio station, as opposed to trying to convince someone else to hire them.
Then the topic drifts to the growth of Primordial Radio, and the importance of planning the next steps of the business, including the upcoming Drinkin' In Lincoln 2019.
There's also an update on the Pete-camping-on-the-LRTB story. It's as predictable as you'd imagine, if you heard the podcast last week.
This week Moose and Dews spend time looking to the future, and what the next step is for Primordial Radio, including a look at marketing, membership, partnerships, the Primordial environmental strategy and the need to keep ahead of the competition.
There's also talk of the upcoming funds raise, and the implications of selling more of the company.
There's also a surprise for Pete Bailey. He's going to hate it.
This week finds Dews suffering a crisis of confidence that's likely common to all self-employed company owners. You know that thing when you can't sleep, and all your demons come out to play? Yeah, that. As ever though, Moose finds a way to talk him round with a magnificent pep talk.
There's also total posi-vibes news with the latest membership update, LRTB3, and an upcoming new addition to the merch store, that prompts possibly the most ridiculous promo idea in Primordial history.