Conor Brophy: Podcasts give the little guy some hope of competing with the big hitters

As long as they don’t mind sleeping on the floor...

29th May, 2016
Anyone can record a podcast and who knows what may happen Pic: Pixabay

Peter Donegan wonders if the weekly podcast he’s been working on since he recorded his first five-minute episode on his iPhone in his back garden six years ago might one day “do a Jamie Vardy”.

The Sodshow has, like the Leicester City striker, come a long way since its inauspicious debut. Donegan is just back from the Chelsea Flower Show, where he and co-conspirator Brian Greene have recorded their latest episode....

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