Cirencester radio shed Pancast PODuctions attracts attention from Hollywood actor Simon Pegg
AN INTERNET broadcast from a shed in Cirencester has received global attention with regular podcasts reaching listening figures of over 500,000 in less than a year.
Pancast PODuctions was created by friends Carl ‘Pavo’ Pawlowski and Neil Gardner and has been operating from the shed in a Beeches estate garden since April this year.
Already their shows have been listened to over half a million times and even received approval from Gloucestershire and Hollywood actor Simon Pegg.
The pair’s chatty and relaxed podcasts are about movies and music and titled Live@theShed and Movie Heaven.
Interviews to date include with Phoenix festival organisers Hannah Sturman and Claire Bartlett and Simon Pegg’s brother Mike Beckingham.
“We’re basically just two guys in a shed, chatting and having a laugh,” said presenter Pavo. “We’re amazed at how we’ve taken off all over the world.”
Their shows have reached Russia, China and Japan with some American listeners even sending YouTube videos inviting them to visit the States.
“The day job pays the bills but I can’t wait to get in the shed in the evening. It’s a great thing,” continued Pavo.
They plan their first live braodcast on Tuesday, October 29, from The Vaults in Cirencester.
“We’ve got to try. It it doesn’t work, we’ll try again at Christmas,” said Pavo.
Listen in at pancast.co.uk
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