Radio Stars

You listen to a podcast that you like for months and years and you start feeling like you know the people on the show a little. Their voices are certainly familiar and you know a bit about their personalities. And so you start to wonder what they look like. At least I did. So by various means I’ve located pix of the people behind my favourite podcasts. Check them out! These guys rule my mp3 player and they should be on yours as well.

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The R.U. Sirius show: R.U. Sirius, Jeff Diehl, Diana Brown, Steve Robles.

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Escape Pod: Steve Eley, Jonathon Sullivan.

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Skepticality: Swoopy, Derek.

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Digital Planet: Bill Thompson, Gareth Mitchell.

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The Seanachai: Parick Maclean.

Anybody got better pix of Sullivan, Robles and Maclean? Dear Reader, are you at this moment perchance Sullivan, Robles and/or Maclean?


BTW, guess what happens if you search for my surname on Flickr.

We couldn’t find any photos matching rundkvist.

Did you mean randiest?


Update same day: Says Diana Brown (appending this portrait photo where she looks really delectable and I ain’t sharing it with you guys, so there), “Thank you for your very kind mention of our work on Aardvarchaeology. Your blog rules! Thanks for listening.”

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Comments

  1. #1 Tegumai Bopsulai, FCD
    June 20, 2007
  2. #2 Mary Evelyn Starr
    June 20, 2007

    Hi Doc: You would probably appreciate the work of Joe Lapsley, PK (preacher’s kid),former Memphis punk (Neighborhood Texture Jam), now Chicago folkie, doing a History PhD (dis on heterosexuality in 1960s America, huh, I tole him, I didn’t know that was an isssue), a real philosopher and “lefty, liberal, skeptic” dude.
    And in the interests of not mangling your obscure language like I butcher English and Spanish, your comment on your service provider has finally inspired me to learn where the freakin international character set is!

  3. #3 Martin R
    June 20, 2007

    Thanks Mary! Joe Lapsley goes straight onto my P2P client’s search list.

  4. #4 Skepticality
    July 21, 2007

    Look!

    It’s my face on this blog! :)

    Thanks for the mention man… really…