Friday, 2 March 2012

Podcast Edition 001 - Show Notes



This first edition of the Walks Around Britain podcast features walking around the Isle of Man, some exciting new gear for Spring/Summer 2012 from Webtogs and an interview with comedian and hill-walker Ed Byrne.

We hope you enjoy the first edition of our new podcasts, and here on our blog we'll be putting show notes - with photos, short videos and links to relevant sites about the topics covered in each edition.


Isle of Man

We flied with Manx2.com from Leeds Bradford Airport.

Airport arrivals and departures
http://www.iom-airport.com/welcome.aspx

For information about travelling by ferry to the Isle of Man
http://www.steam-packet.com/Timetables

For infomation about bus and rail times including services which call at Ronaldsway Airport and Douglas Sea Terminal
http://www.iombusandrail.info/


The two walks we filmed will be available on our website on these pages - at the moment, there's the coming soon trailers to watch...

Ramsey and the Albert Tower - http://www.walksaroundbritain.co.uk/ramsey_and_the_albert_tower.html
Port St. Mary to Port Erin - http://www.walksaroundbritain.co.uk/port_st_mary_to_port_erin.html



Some photos Andrew took around the stunning Coastal Walk - The Way of The Gull - between Port St. Mary and Port Erin...



For more information about the Queen's Pier in Ramsey, visit the Friends of Queen's Pier website here http://www.queenspier.org/

To find out more about the island and the annual walking festival, Visit Isle of Man is the best web destination - http://www.visitisleofman.com/



Webtogs




Gareth Jones (left) from Webtogs was talking about new products available in the Spring / Summer 2012 ranges.  All of these are available from Webtogs.


Ed Byrne

Committed hill-walker Ed Byrne's DVD of his latest tour "Crowd Pleaser" is still available here and Ed's website is the best place to find out about his gigs, future tours and his features in tgo magazine.





So, that's the first edition!  If you've any comments or suggestions, please e-mail them, tweet or facebook them.  Or use the "Send us a Voice Message" tab on the right of the blog to let us know your thoughts via audio.