I love podcasting! I love listening to them and creating them. I love the way I can sit in my study, record a show, upload it to the Internet and five minutes later someone in Australia can download it and listen to it on their mp3 player on the way to work the next day.

What is podcasting?

In simple terms, podcasting is the act of putting audio or video on the Internet so it can be downloaded automatically by anyone who wants it. It’s just like subscribing to a newspaper or magazine… except it’s on the Internet and normally free.

Need a podcast? Get in touch!

I am Liverpool’s longest serving and most prolific music podcaster. With almost 6 years experience of podcasting I can plan, produce and record podcasts and other audio for you. Whatever your needs, get in touch for a quote.

My shows

It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast
Started July 2006
This was my first podcast and features some of the best unsigned, independent and podsafe acoustic music from across the UK and around the world.

Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight
Started May 2008
A twice monthly show featuring the musicians due to appear at Liverpool Acoustic shows, plus music submitted by other artists on the local acoustic scene.

Instrumental Rewind
Started May 2007
Features the instrumental bedding tracks used on the previous episodes of the It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast.

Shows I contribute to

AMPed New Music Weekly
Involved since October 2006
Weekly new music podcast from the Association of Music Podcasting. I contribute two tracks each week, and host the occasional show.

Made in the UK Show
Involved since February 2008
A collaborative show featuring independent and unsigned music from the UK. Each show is hosted by three different podcasters introducing two tracks each.


Random Testimonial

  • ~ Neil Campbell (Creative Campus Venue Manager)

    "“Graham has an excellent reputation as an event organiser and the series of acoustic evenings he is involved in managing and promoting have been extremely successful. He has developed an excellent network of music-lovers with which he maintains regular and high quality communication. He is also extremely supportive in promoting musical events (mainly acoustic in nature) within the North West, whether they are his events or not, with an underlying remit of supporting great music from whatever direction it is being organised.” Neil Campbell, Creative Campus Venue Manager, Liverpool Hope"

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