|Hang, one of the releases coming soon thanks to Patreon|
Well, I'm glad you asked that question.
I don't want to post a SCHEDULE. Partly because I always miss the deadline by a day or two, or rush, or generally demoralise myself looking at one. Also, it's an open ended thing, so how far ahead should I go? How much you'll get each month will vary, some months might be a bit quiet, some you'll get something almost every DAY, but what I can promise you will get is randomness. No two things will be the same. So, here's a list of the kind of month you MIGHT see.
Firstly, each week you might get some shorts - something along the lines of Hear If be Knews, which spoofs headlines of the day/any day. These might come almost daily if I'm in the mood.
Then, you might get once a month a random audio essay. It might be cheeky, rude, and discuss very seriously a very unimportant subject. See my essay on the word Muff.
If we call the above the bread and butter stuff, now the meat and two veg. This might come in the shape of a radio play like Historic Crimes, which is a full length cast play. Or it might be a short radio series, like The Museum of Tat, which is episodically short, but as a series lasts over an hour.
Or, final option, there might be an audiobook/performance of some of my back catalogue of stories, like The Natural History of Trolls (which I'm going to re-record and upgrade at some point!)
Among all this content there will be the odd bit of medieval drama as part of the Before Shakespeare project.
For this first month you're getting my first ever documentary, Wartime Memories, which follows reminiscences, recently discovered, of a veteran of the First World War - see below - and sometime in April I will release a re-edit of the hugely popular comedy, Hang, which we recorded in front of a live studio audience in 2014.
So, please, this weekend, pledge something to my Patreon launch, from only $1 or more... (the interface is American, so it's all dollars, but I'm sure the pledge will come out in pounds... unless you're American... I'll stop now.)