And so, ladies and gentlemen, I am beginning to get the hang of this automated Premier thing. Yesterday (Wednesday) evening, Louis and I scheduled the next episode of On the Track which features Britain’s mystery cats and a story which totally intrigues me about an out of place seagull, a famous children’s author and a whole bunch of intransigence. It premiers at 3 o’clock on Saturday. And you will be able to see it here:
I am trying to get everything automated, not really because I’m not going to be around on Saturday afternoon, but because the whole thing is intellectual challenge for me. I am under no illusions that I’m going to become a massively famous YouTuber, but of all the things I do, this YouTube show is the thing that I enjoy most. And after the horrors of the last few years, I feel like indulging myself.
We also have a new channel intro which can be seen here:
And just in case you think we’re all getting far too corporate, it features a guest appearance by Wally the Comedy Rhinoceros.
In the meantime the latest episode of On the Track, is outperforming last week’s episode by about 30%. It features the Fortean Film Festival, giant turtles in Vietnam, and an update on our various investigations in Essex. I also attempt to sing a song by The Clash accompanied by a glockenspiel. You couldn’t make this shit up.
So if you want to attend a visual entertainment consisting of hard science interspersed with us dicking about in an increasingly surreal manner, check it out:
Love and Peas,