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PolyCast Cut! Episodes 18, 19: "The More The Better", "And On and On"

Discussion in 'Other Civ-Related Sites' started by DanQ, Oct 17, 2015.

  1. DanQ

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    The Civilization strategy-centric podcast PolyCast (PC) is currently in its ninth season with more than two-hundred-and-thirty episodes released. During, and only during, the first season of PC was its "Cut!" side series in production, serving as a compilation of cut moments from episode recordings. For the first time since being recorded and produced more than eight years ago, the editions for Episode 18 and Episode 19 have been released. With a combined runtime of 21m28s, they are both from the first two-part episode recording in the show's history.

    Featuring three of the four original regular co-hosts Daniel "DanQ" Quick, Wouter "Locutus" Snijders and "Makahlua", it was the first appearance for guest co-host Dale "Dale" Kent and the second for Costas "Keygen" respectively. At the time of recording, there was much abuzz about the then up-and-coming Civilization IV expansion pack Beyond the Sword.

    Beginning in October 2006, PolyCast has been a bi-weekly audio production in an ongoing effort to give the Civ community an interactive voice on game strategy; since 2011, its has been recorded live before a listening audience every other Saturday. Listeners are encouraged to follow the show on Twitter, and check out the YouTube channel for caption capability. Its two-hundred-and-fortieth episode is set to be released on October 24th, 2015.
     

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