[As will have been obvious on the night, this recording session didn’t happen, for personal reasons which I’ll tell you about on Saturday. — Stilgherrian, 5 February 2016.]
The next episode of The 9pm Edict will now be recorded — while simultaneously streaming it to the internet — this coming
Tuesday 2 February 2016 at 2100 AEDT.
As before, I’ll be using Spreaker, a streaming audio platform.
You’ll be able to listen right here on this web page using the widget immediately below (which shows all the episodes of the Edict uploaded to Spreaker so far). A “Live” button will appear when the broadcast starts.
You can also use any of the various Spreaker apps (the listening apps, not the studio/production apps), or presumably listen on the The 9pm Edict’s show page at Spreaker.
You’ll be able to tweet along using the Twitter hashtag #9pmlive.
I’ll have some sort of test transmission running from 2030 AEDT, so half an hour before the program proper starts at 2100 AEDT.
[Update 31 January 2016: Updated after the original 31 January recording was abandoned due to software failures. If you’re wondering, the culprit was Ambrosia Software’s Soundboard, the app in the foreground of the image above, which I use to play the audio clips and themes. It hasn’t been updated for a couple of years.] Update 1 February 2016: Edited to reflect a further change of plans. Update 5 February 2016: Edited to reflect further postponements.]