Monday, March 01, 2010

TICONDEROGA COMPLETED

We started recording on Nov. 10th 2008 and finished taping in February of 2009, and now, on Feb. 28th a year after, the entire TICONDEROGA production has been completed! Bagpipes, fifes and drums, a few thousand muskets and Highlanders, and we're good to go! CRT's first historical program in almost 10 years.All 24 episodes are now at the CRT store on LULU.COM and the CD release will be this summer. If you don't like single episodes, we will soon have a continuous version available.

COLONIAL RADIO TALK seems to be catching on. We have had quite a few downloads to the podcast, and MJ Cogburn has set us up as a RSS feed; you can download the show from various podcast sites, or have it delivered to you each week via your email. All the info is at CRT PODCAST

Monday, so we're recording tonight. Three more episodes of SOLUTIONS, INC. We will wrap the series on the 15th of this month.

More later!
cheers

4 comments:

Sharonmaggie said...

YAY! Worth waiting for TIKE! A++++++
Love the podcasts!

Anonymous said...

Ticonderoga is magical! I'm up to Episode 18 and thoroughly enjoying it! I also thoroughly have enjoyed listening to CRT Talk particularly reminiscing about my favorite "cassette collection" of all time: Battles, Ships and Glory and about my second favorite (after Tike) CRT production: Yankee Clipper!

Scoobyfan1 said...

Looking forward to Solutions Inc.; kind of ironic that that show is supposed to start airing on Sirius XM in September and it being called a live action Scooby Doo, partly because there's a new Scooby Doo show coming on in July; actually I think some of the fans of Colonial Radio Theater might like it, it has a pretty good cast too. It's called Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated and it will be on cartoon network.

Jerry Robbins said...

We're not billing it as a live action Scooby Doo - I only mentioned it as a comparison - same genre and such - but it is not Scooby Doo.

The show is a comedy, and deals with "not so scary" monsters and situations - but I don't think Scooby fans will see it as a replacement for that series.