This week, Podikins Presents. . .
Andrew, It's Go Time!
On this episode, Andrew regales us with the story of his baby boy, Miles, and makes a special visit to the rare book section of the library. What happens there? You'll have to listen to find out!
(Also, doesn't the dewey decimal system only go up to 999?!)
If you're curious about who, exactly, this special guest is, head on back to Episode 004 or Episode 006 to get acquainted.
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We'll be back again soon with a new episode. Thanks for all your support so far. If you've liked what you've been hearing, why not help us out by telling a friend? Thanks again!
Special Thanks for this episode goes out to Mme. Cauley's Grade 3 class at Victory Public School in Guelph, ON! Thanks for all your questions and your enthusiasm during our first ever live taping!
Also, a big thank you to Vancouver Folk-Rock band Echo Nebraska for allowing us to use their song, "Hey Alison" in this week's episode. Check out their website to hear more from this great band! Echonebraska.com
Created by James Nicholson and Andrew Whitfield
Artwork by Liz Whitehead
Matt Schichter is GoldenTone (and Mark)
Norah Whitfield as Herself
Hilary Jarvis as Nancy
All music in this episode is licensed under an Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike Agreement. More information on this type of agreement can be found at freemusicarchive.org or you can click on the artist/song title to be taken to the source.
Additional scoring by James Nicholson