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Sunday, 14 June 2020

A chat with Henry Hyde ... is now available online

I had a very interesting chat with Henry Hyde on Thursday, and he has already uploaded the podcast to his BATTLEGAMES website.


The relevant podcast is not yet available to non-subscribers, ...


... but should be accessible in about a fortnight or so.

There are several levels of subscription, the lowest being the equivalent of $2.50 per month, ...


... and one can easily join online using this link. So if you don't want to wait a fortnight before you can hear my dulcet tones ... join NOW!

8 comments:

  1. Well done Bob, I'm sure it is very interesting. I'll make a diary note for two weeks time to listen in. Cheers Greg

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    1. Delta Coy (Greg),

      I hope that you enjoy listening to this podcast.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  2. Listened in to the whole of this early access podcast last night, whilst repairing and undercoating figures, and really enjoyed it. Thanks to you and Henry Hyde.
    Some great stories well told and some interesting Portable Wargames / self publishing projects ahead.
    Mark Man of TIN (one of Henry Hyde's old Lance Corporals, looking to promotion)

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    1. Mark, Man of TIN,

      I am very pleased that you enjoyed my chat with Henry, which we hope to continue at a later date.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  3. Hi Bob, thank you for higlighting Henry's podcasts, I've been listening to a few and enjoying them. I will try to subscribe ( given his current circumstances I feel happy to give him a bit of support, too ), and thus get to hear your episode!

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    1. David in Suffolk,

      Cheers! I’ve enjoyed the ones that I’ve listened to ... but I have yet to listen to myself!

      All the best,

      Bob

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    2. Just listened to your episode and thoroughly enjoyed it, thanks! Very interesting to hear about Paddy Griffith, especially.

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    3. David in Suffolk,

      I’m very pleased to read that you enjoyed my chat with Henry Hyde.

      Paddy Griffith was an inspiration to a lot of people, and I know several professional wargamers and historians who owe him a great deal. He is one of the hobby’s greatest influencers ... but is not as well known as he should be,

      All the best,

      Bob

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