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    Sam Willis
    Keymaster

    The Society has just launched the Mariner’s Mirror Podcast, which is designed to become a global platform for sharing current maritime history and heritage projects in all periods and in all locations. Do please pass the word around and post ideas here for exciting maritime-themed projects that you may know of and that we could feature.

    The podcast can be found here on the publisher’s website https://play.acast.com/s/the-mariners-mirror-podcast

    The podcast can also be found on iTunes, Spotify and wherever you get your podcasts from! In the coming weeks it will also appear on the Society’s website.

    Thanks
    Sam

    #19729
    Malcolm Lewis
    Participant

    SNR Podcast
    Thank you Sam for the news of the launch of the SNR Podcast. I am not familiar with the world of Podcasts and am a little uncertain how SNR’s podcast fits in with the other SNR offerings such as the Mariner’s Mirror, Topmasts and the Forum. The announcement invites one to subscribe but no costs are given. Is it free for SNR members?
    Is there a correspondence page on the Podcast site and where are “letters” sent to?
    Will the articles be illustrated?
    Many thanks
    Malcolm

    #19730
    Sam Willis
    Keymaster

    Malcolm:

    If you have a smart phone you can download a podacst app and search for Mariner’s Mirror Podcast – you will have the option of subscribing there – it’s free to everyone. In this sense ‘subscribing’ means that it will download to your device with every new episode.

    If you do not have a smartphone you can find it on the link here https://play.acast.com/s/the-mariners-mirror-podcast

    All members will receive an email when a new episode is out and in the coming weeks it will appear on the SNR site.

    In terms of content the podcast allows us to do all sorts of extra material – all is explained in the first episode.

    Queries relating to particular episodes can be posted on the Forum. IF you want to get in touch directly then email podcast@snr.org.uk

    Sam

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