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You Can Give Them To The Birds And Bees
Season Three, Episode One: You Can Give Them To The Birds And Bees, was written, directed and edited by Kyle Olson, our Producer and Sound Designer is Ryan FitzPatrick. Our talent wrangler is Brooke Underveith.
Starring Amy Shaw as Zinnia, Anastasia Plumb as Saffron, Kara Gallo as Goldie, Vickie Hall as Annabelle, Brooke Underveith as Carte Blanche, Krissy Lenz as Ursula, and Justin Kent as Virgil.
Our theme song is written and performed by Hedley Knights and our interstitial music is ‘Intended Force’ by Kevin Macleod. The Swashbuckling Ladies Debate Society is a Ox and Hare Media production. Old format, new ideas.
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Making a podcast by yourself is hard work. Making an audio drama podcast is exponentially more difficult. Because now you have to beg an immensely talented cast of voice actors to help you make your show with no compensation beyond your vast wellspring of gratitude. And that leftover bucket of guilt, that’s reserved just for you. That’s the experience of producing The Swashbuckling Ladies Debate Society, and today we come to you, dear listener, for help.
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