Guerrilla Podcasts just loves a quest that’s embarked upon with a serious R&D agenda / focus in mind. One or two o’ thee’ll know that one already? Add to the mix a chance encounter with three unknown individuals with a story to tell and that’s a recipe for a brand new cast for sure in me humble opinion.
A chance encounter with Le Grande Fromage after a wonder round the city centre and jobs a good ‘un in my book and a Cheshire Cheese Company chat in Manchester is well and truly under way.
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Lou passed away a couple of weeks ago and so many tears have been shed since by yours truly. A massive hole there be in my heart and a gigantic void in the castle.
Time for sure is the key and who knows what the future holds…
RIP Lou Love and Stuff Me
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R&D in Manchester, down Oxford Road, a week or so ago, doin’ what we’re comfortable doing! Going with the flow, with no set agenda at all. Taking another step up that there self learning curve of discovery into the unknown.
This time, I thought we’d take our newly acquired gadget on a test drive on R&D in Manchester. Hopefully have look see and listen to the evenings Choons and checkout whatever’s happening down Oxford Road.
You know how it goes by now!
Just Because ….
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Guerrilla Podcasts Skype’s The Indie Oracle to find out more about a Manchester, Indie Publisher & Writer currently promoting her new book, Rick & Wylie’s Fantastical, Magical Adventures [Journey to the Kingdom], in Central America.
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Adrian at Guerrilla Podcasts chats to artist Kev Munday at The Salutation Hotel in Manchester. Kev Munday was invited up from London (Hampshire) as guest artist for the evening to paint a mural live, during the 1st Projector Series (live street art) hosted by the Blank Media Collective (BMC), at The Salutation Hotel, Manchester.
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