|Podcast 151: The Prince, CQ And Jimmy Hogan|
|Written by Eddie Pearson|
|Thursday, 11 August 2011 23:30|
Not one but two special guests this week on the podcast. First up is Gerry McDade. Gerry is one of the two writers of the new Celtic play, "The Prince - The John Thomson Story." Gerry tells Eddie about the development of the play and the responsibility he felt to ensure that was a worthy tribute to the legendary Celtic keeper. He discusses the casting process and reveals the emotional impact the John Thomson story had upon him. Tickets for the play can be purchased from www.ambassadortickets.com/glasgow or by calling 08458717648.
Next we are joined by Paul67 from CQN. Paul joins Eddie to discuss the launch of CQ, the new Celic online magazine. He explains the idea behind the magazine and why he opted against simply expanding the CQN site. Paul discusses the style of the magazine and takes Eddie through the various articles to be found in the first edition. He finishes by sharing some of the plans for future editions and how to subscribe. You can find the first edition of CQ at www.cqpublishingmedia.com.
The Human Torpedo returns this week with an extended tale from the Celtic wiki -"Jimmy Hogan - Right Man, Wrong Time."
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|Last Updated on Friday, 12 August 2011 14:25|