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About the Podcast

The Podcast to complement the Full Circle Magazine.


Released once a fortnight, each episode covers the latest Ubuntu news, preview/review of the next Full Circle Magazine issue, opinions, reviews, interviews and feedback. Each episode is usually around an hour long.

The podcast can be downloaded from http://fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast


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The Side-Pod is a new addition to the Podcast, created by Robin Catling. Its an extra, irregular, short-form podcast, which is intended to be a side-branch of the main Full Circle Podcast. Somewhere to put all the general technology, non-Ubuntu news and opinions, hobby-horses and general kipple that doesn’t fit anywhere else.

It is hosted by one of the hosts of the main podcast to keep the podcast consice. This stops the pressure of all the hosts finding a time to all be able to record, allowing us to put out these Side-Pods, quickly and easily. They can be recorded any time, and edited quickly.


Email: podcast@fullcirclemagazine.org

RSS Feed: http://fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast


Comments on this page, using the comment form, OR; Send us a comment to podcast@fullcirclemagazine.org.

You can also send us a comment by recording an audio clip of no more than 30 seconds and sending it to the same address.

Comments and audio may be edited for length.

Please remember this is a family-friendly show.

Episode List

  • Episode 1 "Stop Wine-ing and Go Native!" | Acer Aspire Revo, Good Old Games

  • Episode 2 "The Full Circle of Light (Brown)" | Default applications in Lucid Lynx, Sauerbraten, Quake Wars

  • Episode 3 "Hail the Mental Mongoose!" | Linux Tech Survey, Dragon Age Origins, Doom Quake Wars

  • Episode 4 "Its Everyone Else’s Fault" | Buttons, Backups, Newerth, Wesnoth

  • Episode 5 "Manual Dexterity" | Ubuntu Manual Project, 'MadJam', KDE 4.4 Review

  • Episode 6 "Mark’s Space Brain from the Future" | Lucid, Steam, RPG's

  • Episode 7 "Two Tin Cans and a Length of String" | UDS, Unity, Bugs and a Humble Bundle