So. Marie and I have recorded three podcasts. It's hard for us to judge them. I think there's something in them but I am not sure we've nailed it yet.
It's that general interesting thing of being freelance. We enjoy it, but it takes time. Part of the plan is to work out a way where we are doing something we love doing in a way that doesn't mean we are, for instance, doing a week's work every month without being paid for it. That's not a sustainable model, for obvious reasons.
Maybe we are nearly there. Maybe we are not. If our test listeners like what we've done, then we might start Season One in January. If our test listeners tell us we need to re-think, we might well do that.
Oh, I don't know. Do you put out something rough and ready and ask the world to forgive you for that, or do you try to get it right before you put it out there - that is the question. It's tricky to put out stuff that's rough if it's in an area you engage with professionally. It literally makes you sound bad, and we literally don't want that. We'd rather sound flaky.
(We are not flaky, incidentally. I mean, we've done a good week's work each on this project trying to get it right, and we just haven't. Not quite.)