Past Shows

Newfoundland's 1st podcast; with your host, Jim Fidler

ROAR-2006-04-04 - Episode 30 - Barbados Meets The ROAR

ROAR-2006-04-04 - Episode 30 - Barbados Meets The ROAR

This week on the ROAR:
Opening greetings and thanks, passing 18000 listeners, our voice chat room "The ROAR Lounge", the flight from Toronto to
Barbados, hitting the heat "hot hot hot!", greetings from Eddy Grant, greetings from Glynn Murray (Barbados's high
commissioner to Canada), driving around Oistin's, listening to the frogs at the Palm Garden hotel, hangin' out at the hotel,
chattin' with Eddy and Indra 'bout salt cod, salt beef, cookup rice and all things nice, takin' it to the streets of Bridgetown, the
market, the games arcade, greetings from Barbados artist Junior Paris, jumpin' 'pon de beach, greetings from Eddy Holder,
interview with Glynn Murray, pepper pot recipe with Eddy Holder, greetings from Lonnie Angel, a tour of the Graham nature
sanctuary (completely for the birds), greetings from Indra, more birds, greetings from Kelly-Anne and plenty lickle tings like
dat.

Music this week:
Our theme "Genesis", Great Big World and Dub Illusion by Jim Fidler,
Miss Tourist and Get Up And Dance by Eddy Grant,
and Hello Africa by Ricky Brathwaite.

Best listened to with headphones and the coolest pair of shades you can find... "Take your time!" Enjoy!

A great big "roar" of thanks to everybody in Barbados who helped make this such a wonderful trip for Lillian and such a great
episode of the ROAR.
Extra thanks to Eddy Grant and Ice Records for their kind generosity and warm hospitality

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ROAR-2006-03-22 - Episode 29 - Paddy's Weekend-Year

ROAR-2006-03-22 - Episode 29 - Paddy's Weekend

Ah sure, this week on the ROAR:

The Mighty Sparrow on Paddy's day, greetings from Nancy in B.C., A.J. in Ontario and Columbine in Boston, greetings from

Gypsy, taking a spin in a Newfound cab, the surprise song on the radio, arriving at Erin's pub, greetings from Todd Collins,

out for a smoke, back in again, greetings from David Dalton and Tom Donahue, interview with Ralph O'Brien, Paddy in a

box, a bit of crack with Liam O'Connell, a chat with Barry Houlde, and all sorts of shenanigans like that...

Music this week:
Our theme song, Genesis and Merrigan's Reel by Jim Fidler,
Trim The Velvet by Eamonn Dillon and Scorn Not His Simplicity by The Sons Of Erin.

Best listened to on headphones.
Please, scorn not our simplicity, and trim us a bit of velvet, will yee?

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ROAR-2006-03-06 - Episode 28 - Salama

ROAR-2006-03-06 - Episode 28 - Salama

This week on the ROAR:
Greetings from Peter Johnston in Toronto, some talk about the new ROAR Ventrilo chat server, a shout-out to A.J., Buffy, Jessica and Sharleen, Lillian calls on the phone from Barbados, a cool chat with kids from Blankenburg school in west Philadelphia, Lillian and her aunt on their way to Barbados, some not so good observations on Air Canada, music, fun and all that sort of foolishness. Music this week: Our theme, "Genesis", Sleep Marching, Terra Nova, The Needfire, and Salama, all by [http://www.jimfidler.com Jim Fidler.]

Best listened to on headphones. Snacks anyone?

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ROAR-2006-02-21 - Episode 27 - Frankly Mahervelous

ROAR-2006-02-21 - Episode 27 - Frankly Mahervelous!

This week on the ROAR:
A snippet from the NTV shoot, greetings from Mike Hanrahan, Lekbir Halili, Slau and Tara Dove, Jim and Lillian talk about the new website, Fidler's Pub, our Frappr site, new photos of Mike Hanrahan, Graham Wells and Jim with Dave Dalton on our Flickr site, the new digital camera, Lillian's top-secret, extra-roarital activities, the new "one click" subscribe button, the new ROAR Player, the "Skype me" button, the new and extra cool Wiki shownotes, the ROAR Emporium, the possibility of ROAR DVD's, our new Vintrillo chat server, Lillian's up-coming trip to Barbados, appreciation to Bob Tucker and Mary Emerson, notice to Adam in the UK, Jim's East Coast Music Awards nomination for his album Midnight Rover, shout-outs to Lynette and Maria in New York, Larry in Kentucky and Hope in Ohio, Jim's chat with Newfoundland Accordian hero Frank Maher, a call to sign the Google petition, Jim and his new baby, much unheard shoveling and banks and banks of more stuff; just ready to be shaped into cold, round projectiles.

Music this week:
Our theme music, Genesis, Welcome Back to Cairo Street, Raai Raai, Home Comes The Rover, I Still Remember, Flow On Waterford River, The Cock Of The North and Bound For St. Pierre by Jim Fidler
and
Bonnie Kate/The Cuckoo's Nest and Miss Gilhooley's Party by Frank Maher.

Best listened to on headphones; and don't forget your shovel!

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ROAR-2006-01-20 - Episode 26 - The ROAR In Review

ROAR-2006-01-20 - Episode 26 - The ROAR In Revue

This week on the ROAR:

A special intro, greetings from Nancy in B.C., Bea in Baltimore, Jay in L.A. and Anne in Philly, our usual intro, a special sit-in
welcome by Eddie Mailbag, show dedication to future listeners, dodging the hotdog cart, the Guinness World Book record
for most accordians playing a tune together, greetings from Linday Ferguson, http://www.lindsayferguson.com.
Jim being asked to do a nude pose for a calandar, a ride in a 1969 Lotus with Graham Dillabough, Joke Of The Week, an
exerpt from a CBC interivew with Angela Antle of the CBC Weekend Arts Magazine, walk-about with Jim and Lillian before
Jim's 40th, the launch of Midnight Rover and Atlantic Fest, the ever-memorable advert for Atlantic Fest, a comment from
Clyde Rose of Breakwater Books, http://www.breakwaterbooks.nf.net, a condensed version of the Gala at the St. John's Arts
And Culture Centre, a comment from Darrell Power of Great Big Sea renowned, a chat with Darrah from Dublin, greetings
and music from Eric Bogle, http://www.ericbogle.com greetings from John Monro of the Eric Bogle band and member of
Colcannon, Barb from Winnapeg, Monika from Austria, Mike from Austria, Nancy from B.C., Pamela Morgan,
http://www.ambermusic.ca, Rick off the coast of Africa, Vic in Philadelphia, Rick in New Alexandria Pennsylvania, Bill in
Oregon, Sarah in Oregon, Georgia in Trinidad, http://www.caribbianfreeradio.com, Marie-Chantal in Montreal,
http://www.mcturgeon.com/blog/, Carrie in Ohio, Debbie in Toronto, Kevin in Alabama, Kevin from the Studiography podcast,
http://www.studiography.com, Lekbir from Morocco and Lise from France, on the bus to Fortune, on the boat to St. Pierre, on
the Boat to Isle Aux Marines, at the Basque festival in St. Pierre, out through the narrows aboard the Shannonditty 2 of DJ
Charters, http://www.djcharters.com, the "Jim Found By The Long-lost Brother" story, The "Lillian's Life Saved" story, the
motorcycle madness, greetings from Larry Scutchan, http://www.blindcooltech.com, Liam in the U.K., Shawn from Torbay,
Newfoundland, Tara from Conception Bay, Newfoundland, the crazy sea gulls, the Weisenheimer story, the March Of The
One-legged Army, Amanda from New York making interesting noises, the I Still Remember story, closing remarks from Eddie
Mailbag and too much more to mention...

Music this week:

Merrigan's Reel, our theme (Genesis", Jocamo, Downtown Girl, Bound For St. Pierre, I Still Remember and Lillian (A Portrait
In Sound) by Jim Fidler
http://www.jimfidler.com
And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda by Eric Bogle
http://www.ericbogle.com
and Oceans wide by Jackie Sullivan
http://www.jackiesullivan.com

Snippets from the Gala included music by:
Ger Wolfe - www.gerwolfe.com, Pamela Morgan - www.ambermusic.ca, Niall Connolly - www.niallconnolly.com, Clare
O'Mahoney - www.clareomahoney.com, Mick Flannery - www.mickflannery.com, Jim Fidler - www.jimfidler.com, Colleen
Power - www.colleenpower.com, Ken Cotter - www.kencotter.com and Mark Greville - www.markgreville.com.

It's been a wonderful ride and great to have you all along for it.
Here's to 25 more!

Best listened to on headphones. "Look Mom, no ears!"

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ROAR-2005-12-28 - Episode 25 - The Holiday Edition

ROAR-12-28-2005 - Episode 25 - The Holiday Edition

This week on the ROAR:
A special song for the holidays, greetings from Jim and Lillian, a shout-out to the ZA show
www.thezashow.za.net
the Podsafe Music Network
www.podsafemusicnetwork.com
the sweater, the pearls, the Mac Mini, the Madplayer
www.madplayer.com
the "bumble Bea", a shout-out to The Overnight Scape
www.theovernightscape.com
greetings from Gypsy, greetings from Pamela Morgan and music
www.ambermusic.ca
dashing through the slush in a Newfound Cab mobile, Santa is evil, the origin of Boxing Day, with some help from
Podictionary
www.podictionary.com
Twas The Week Before Newyear's by Anne in Philly, greetings from Austria, Washington and Red Indian Lake, more
greetings including Dave Panting, some of Dave Pantings music
www.davepanting.com
greetings from The Novaks
www.thenovaks.ca
The Angel And The Christmas Tree by Eddie Mailbag, closing remarks from Jim, An Offer Wadham's Miracle by Gary
Saunders, read by Clyde Rose of Breakwater Books
www.breakwater.nf.net
and lots more fun like that...

Music this week:
Our Christmas theme and Jingle Bells(the Reggae version) by Jim Fidler
www.jimfidler.com
The Cherry Tree Carol and The Holly And The Ivy from Amber Christmas (Pamela Morgan and Anita Best)
www.ambermusic.ca
Silent Night and The Holly And The Ivy from Mandolin Christmas by Dave Panting
www.davepanting.com

Best listened to on headphones. Season's greetings to all from Jim and Lillian!

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ROAR-2005-12-19 - Episode 24 - The Pre-ChristmasCast

ROAR-12-19-2005 - Episode 24 - The Pre-Christmascast

This week on the ROAR:
Jim and Lillian in the Roots Cellar for the first time, the ROAR hits number 150 out of about 12000 podcasts on Podcast Alley
www.podcastalley.com
, 9558 listeners and counting, listener comments from Podcast Alley and Frappr, Eddie Mailbag with "Playboy In Braille",
interview with Jackie Sullivan
www.jackiesullivan.com
a message from Slau
www.slau.net
and a bunch more...

Music this week:
Our theme, "Genesis" and Reggae bed-tracks for Jingle Bells by Jim Fidler
www.jimfidler.com
Out Of The Rain, She's With Me and Oceans Wide by Jackie Sullivan
www.jackiesullivan.com
and If Every Day Were Christmas by Podsafe For Peace
www.podsafeforpeace.com

Best listened to on headphones with eggnog; ear buds and a hot rum will do. Enjoy!
Best of season's greetings to all from Jim and Lillian!

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ROAR-2005-12-09 - Episode 23 - We Finally Tied Him Down

ROAR-12-09-2005 - Episode 23 - We Finally Tied Him Down

This week on the ROAR:
Greetings from Slau,
www.slau.net
listener feedback from Debbie Gillespie in Toronto, 8800 listeners and
counting, trouble with episode 22, please vote for us at Podcast Alley
www.republicofavalonradio.com
stick a pin into our Frappr map
www.republicofavalonradio.com
our forum, "Fidler's Pub"
www.republicofavalonradio.com
the special gift-wrapping offer at www.jimfidler.com
Mike Hanrahan's CD launch at Bridie Molloy's, a chat with Andrew Lang of
Atlantic Union,
www.atlanticunion.net
a talk with Dermot O'Rielly, a listener question from Kai Jong, the interview
with Mike Hanrahan, the Christmas song, "If Every Day Were Christmas"
by "Podsafe For Peace"
www.podsafeforpeace.org
an'a ole'eap a ting...

Music this week:
Our theme, Genesis and Trampled by Jim Fidler
www.jimfidler.com
Thousands Are Sailing and The Easiest Way by Mike Hanrahan - Email -
mike.hanrahan@gmail.com or melachi@hotmail.com
and If Every Day Were Christmas by Slau and Orlando
www.slau.net
with lead vocals by Jim Fidler
www.jimfidler.com

Please visit the website for the Christmas song
www.podsafeforpeace.org
All proceeds are going to UNICEF. Purchase and download the song and
spread the word!

Best listened to on headphones while drinking a hot bevvie. Kick back and Enjoy!

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ROAR-2005-11-29 - Episode 22 - And The Man Played Waltzing Matilda

ROAR-2005-11-29 - Episode 22 - And The Man Played Waltzing Matilda

This time on the ROAR:
Greetings from Eric Bogle, Amanda from New York and John Monro, the new jingle, 8400 listeners and counting, thanks to Nancy in B.C. for making a contribution at: www.republicofavalonradio.com thanks to Dan Rubin, www.secondstage.ca "And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda" live at the Gower Street United church by Eric Bogle and John Monro, and interview with Eric and John, life the universe and everything..., a chat with Amanda from New York outdoors in downtown St. John's and that's about it really...

Music this time:
Our theme, Genesis by Jim Fidler, www.jimfidler.com and
And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda by Eric Bogle, www.ericbogle.net
Best wishes to Eric and John for a "safe home!"

Best listened to with headphones - Get'em on and enjoy! Don't forget: Jim's CD's are availible now at: www.jimfidler.com Free gift-wrapping and shipping from now until Christmas. Give the gift of music!

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ROAR-2005-11-17 - Episode 21 - From Duff To Dublin

ROAR-2005-11-17 - Episode 21 - From Duff To Dublin

This time on the ROAR:
Greetings from Pamela Morgan, Dave Panting and Frank Maher, all formerly of the Newfoundland music group Figgy Duff, an interview with Darragh from Dublin, (hence the title for this week's show "From Duff To Dublin") an email from Nancy White in British Columbia, 7700 listeners and counting, Jay Wilson's request, musicians podcasting, our raison d'être, Amanda from New York is coming soon, Lost And Found, Russell Bowers and the half inch reel, (no; that's not a tune) The Experience, Madagascar Slim, The show at Club One, doing a live performance on the ROAR, The PTR Club, Bar None, the coming surprise, Jim and Lillian in the kitchen, a call for votes at Podcast Alley, www.podcastalley.com or even easier, just go to www.republicofavalonradio.com the new Flickr site, (photos) www.republicofavalonradio.com the ROAR is on the map, www.frappr.com/roar or just go to www.republicofavalonradio.com greetings from Kevin Doucet in Alabama, the Christmas CD gift-wrapping offer, a call for requests for Jim's song, Fields Of Gold, on 97.5 K-ROCK Send your requests via email to email@k-rock975.com or by calling 1--709--738-ROCK (7625) The more you vote, the better... a bunch of Jim's music, Joke Of The Week, a little surprise at the end and oodles of babbles and bits, as per usual.

Music this time:
Our theme, Genesis, background music from the Friendly Fire CD, Fields Of Gold, Lillian (A Portrait In Sound) and The Merman, from the Midnight Rover CD; all by Jim Fidler: www.jimfidler.com

Best listened to on headphones. - Strap'em on and enjoy!

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ROAR-2005-11-08 - Episode 20 - The New Jersey Connection

ROAR-2005-11-08 - Episode 20 - The New Jersey Connection

This time on the ROAR:
The new intro, hellos from Nancy in B.C., Bea in Baltimore, Anne in Philly, Dara from Dublin and Jay in California, Jim and Lillian in the kitchen, some talk about "The Best Of The ROAR", surprise appearance by Anne via Messenger, special weird sea gulls, Bea's coming for Christmas, making beer, the beer pig, photos on www.republicofavalonradio.com Amanda from New York is coming, the special CD Christmas offer at: www.jimfidler.com, the Mad Player, www.madwaves.com, Frank Nora of The Overnightscape, www.theovernightscape.com, the pod father, Slau's Christmas song, the quadruple New Jersey synchronicity, interview with Jay Predham, caller feedback and a whole bunch more.

Music this time:
Our theme, Genesis, by Jim Fidler www.jimfidler.com a bunch of stuff from the Musaïk CD, In This World, www.jimfidler.com and 2 songs from Jay Predham:
Hide A'seek A'lovin' and Cape Broyle. "It's getting a wee bit chilly these days, so warm up with Jim and Lillian on this, our 20th edition of the ROAR. CD's and t-shirts at www.jimfidler.com now with free gift-wrapping and shipping; but only until December 15th. Go to www.jimfidler.com and give the gift of music!

Best listened to on headphones. - How 'bout dem Jersey girls?

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ROAR-2005-11-01 - Episode 19 - I Still Remember

ROAR-2005-11-01 - Episode 19 - I Still Remember


This time on the ROAR:
Hello from Larry Scutchan of the Blind Cool Tech podcast, www.blindcooltech.com greetings from David Dalton, Susan Wicks and Dave Wicks, Newfoundland weather, a walk downtown with Jim and Lillian, shortcuts vs longcuts, halloween, digital cameras, pints at the Hooker, to videocast or not to videocast, being gruntled as opposed to being disgruntled, a naked man with clothes on, pirates at the pub, Larry Skutchan getting branches in the face, the march of the one-legged army, crazy sea gulls, the hummer, hockey, the Habs, Roch Carrier's Hockey Sweater, the haunted hike, volunteers getting kicked in the head, an angry motorcycle, passing the 6900 listeners mark, nobody calling the ROAR line (1--724--426-8176), Fidlerville, www.republicofavalonradio.com interview with Willowgreen, www.willowgreenmusic.com, Morse code encryption, Rhythm Of The Goat (by Willowgreen), Joke Of The Week, I Still Remember, painting pictures with sound, Lillian reads a post from the forum by Helen in Colerado and that...

Music this time:
Our theme, Genesis and Welcome To Cairo Street by Jim Fidler www.jimfidler.com
and
Rhythm Of The Goat by Willowgreen.

Best listened to on headphones. - Driving for 7000 listeners. Spread the word and help us out

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ROAR-2005-10-26 - Episode 18 - Midnight Rovers

ROAR-2005-10-26 - Episode 18 - Midnight Rovers


This time on the ROAR:
A bit of Irish, a bit of German, a message from Lillian, 6512 listeners, anniversary of the Imagine Festival in Waterford City, anniversary of the Journey Journal (pre-cursor to the ROAR), radio, podcasting, the Wild Rover becomes Midnight Rover, the trip to East Cork, meeting Ken and Val, the birth of Islands Of Song and Atlantic Fest, RSS, thanks to Doug Lawlor, please add a link to the ROAR on your websites/blogs, www.republicofavalonradio.com. Let's go for 7,000 listeners, music live from Waterford City October 25 2004, Journey Journal 4, the Tap Room, Michael the traveller, Bob Marley, the after-hours club, Jordan's Pub, Newfoundlanders checking into the next room, The Little Chef, EI2HW to the rescue, Jimmy Haag and the gold ring, Allie's, talking to Vic and Anne in Philly, talking to Paul VO1HC, BPM, the Christy Moore box set, the new Planxty(live), Alex from Germany, the girls from Brittany, fish and chips from Johnny Walker's, major flooding on the way to East Cork, arriving at Clifford's, buying the new bodhran, the meeting with Morey, Liz and Vicki, Ken's show at the Blackbird in Balley Cotton, laying down the first tracks for Midnight Rover with Tony at the studio in Middleton, the train to Dublin, flight announcements, contact info and too much other stuff to mention.

Music this time:
The Wild Rover, The Rhythm Of The Goat, Can't keep A Good Man Down and hospitality's Pavilleon. (all Live in Waterford City, October 25, 2004) Also, Midnight Rover from the CD of the same name. by Jim Fidler

Best listened to on headphones. - No blarney!

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ROAR-2005-10-19 - Episode 17 - The Power Hour

ROAR-10-19-2005 - Episode 17 - The Power Hour

This week on the ROAR:
Amanda from New York, Mike from Vienna, breaking the 5,000 mark, Eddie's Shack, The Roaratorium, Fidler's Pub, Yahoo's new podcast directory, http://podcasts.yahoo.com the new Google news reader, www.google.com/reader interview with Colleen Power, playing with dinkies, making mud pies, throwing rocks at the neighbours, singing in the choir, getting thrown out of the choir, getting pregnant, quitting the boy scouts, VOCM radio, the Clancey Brothers, music from the American base in Argentia, Prince, The Police, Michael Jackson, OZ FM, Pink Floyd, Roxy Music, The Kinks, The Beatles, Neil Young, going to university, botched singing audition, Girl Drink Drunk, Leyton-Power, Happy Girlfriend, the music biz, Carlton Barrett, Stewart Copeland, Neale Pert, Reggae, Sly Dunbar and Robby Shakespeare, "chinka as opposed to chunka", Needfire, digital verses analog recording, Don Ellis, Atlanticfest 2005, touring, Newfoundland and more of the usual type daftness.

Music this week:
Our theme and Avalon, from Midnight Rover by Jim Fidler www.jimfidler.com
and
Chickadee and Newfoundland Weather, from Lucky You Are and Face And Eyes by Colleen Power. www.colleenpower.com

Best listened to on headphones.
Here's wishing Colleen a great trip and safe home! 60 Minutes; exactly. Enjoy!

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ROAR-2005-10-11 - Episode 16 - Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Madness

ROAR-10-11-2005 - Episode 16 - Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Madness

This week on the ROAR:
Hello from Jenny Gear, www.jennygear.com the drive toward 5,000 listeners, excuses, Hannah and her brother, Fidler's Pub, Eddie's Shack, The Roaratorium, another walk with the binaurals, the "Famous Last Words" story, the "long-lost brother" story, the "Follow Your Gut" story, motorcycle madness, Mailbag, with a letter from Slau, www.slau.net teasing Eddie, "What To Do When Meeting A Sighted Person", more Eddie teasing, Barb from Winnipeg, Pearl Jam, a ROAR update on the skater dude, a shoutout to Pauline, Joke Of The Week, (Adultry) and the usual nonsense.

Music this week:
Our theme, Genesis, Merrigan's Reel, Flow On Waterford River and Lillian (A Portrait In Sound) all by Jim Fidler www.jimfidler.com

Best listened to on headphones.
Eddie Mailbag, "Tell your friends about the ROAR. Let's crack the 5,000 mark. Enjoy!"

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ROAR-2005-10-01 - Episode 15 - Eddys In Love

ROAR-2005-10-01 - Episode 15 - Eddy's In Love

This time on the ROAR:
We cover: Eddy's new girlfriend, Ryan's Fancy, the CBC, the Folkclub from Bridgett's to The Ship, strangers jumping on the roof, a walk downtown with the binaurals, the new forum at: www.republicofavalonradio.com the Eddy Mailbag fan club, the Overnight Scape, www.theovernightscape.com address to people in the future, Mailbag, some mic talk, Joke Of The Week, a blind guy in a bar full of blondes and the regular foolishness. We also feature music from Jim Fidler, www.jimfidler.com and Victor Tsaran, www.victortsaran.com 60 minutes, exactly. We did it! Enjoy!

Best listened to on headphones. - Or, is it just lust?

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ROAR-2005-09-24 - Episode 14 - Weisenheimer

ROAR-2005-09-24 - Episode 14 - Weisenheimer?

This time on the ROAR:
We cover: the new feed, http://feeds.feedburner.com/republicofavalonradio Winamp Version 5.1 with podcast support, www.winamp.com our new forum, Fidler's Pub, www.republicofavalonradio.com or www.jimfidler.com, a stroll with the weisenheimer, the "Outstanding Assignment" story, the "Weisenheimer" story, masked neighbours in the back yard, wipper snippers, irritating word pronounciations, bottles of shampoo floating in the bath tub, the ROAR jingle contest, the "nice gentleman" from Florida, music from Slau, www.slau.net a message from Eddie Mailbag, a ride in a 1969 Lotus, Jim's bbq chicken tips, raw sewage, blowing up hills, and a whole bunch of stuff. Make sure you're well strapped in!

Best listened to on headphones. - Vruuuum vruuuum!

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ROAR-2005-09-14 - Episode 13 - In Through The Narrows

ROAR-2005-09-14 - Episode 13 - In Through The Narrows

This time on the ROAR:
We take you out on Deejay Charters for a tour out St. John's harbour, to Cape Spear, into Deadman's Bay and finally, back "in through the narrows" to St. John's. Birds, wales, ocean sounds and more of our usual foolishness. We also feature "In Through The Narrows", a track from Jim's album GYPSY. For more information or to purchase Jim's music, go to his official website at: www.jimfidler.com For more information about Deejay Charters, go to: www.deejaycharters.ca In the meantime, put on your headphones, close your eyes and come along with us for a beautiful ride. Don't forget your lifejacket!

Best listened to on headphones. - Ever been to sea Billy?

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ROAR-2005-09-02 - Episode 12 - Bound For St. Pierre

ROAR-2005-09-02 - Episode 12 - Bound For St. Pierre

This time on the ROAR:
We take you on a trip to the French island of St. Pierre for some fun, music and a glimpse of this year's annual Basque festival. We hear music from Jim; Bound For St. Pierre from his album Gypsy, Raai Raai, from Jim's album, Musaïk, In This World, with his two friends, Lekbir Halili and Thierry Artur and some music and an interview with French singer/songwriter Lise Hanick. If you've never been to France, come with us for a pretty cool and relaxing vacation. To find Jim's CDs, including Musaïk, In this world, go to his official site at: www.jimfidler.com For Lise Hanick's music, check out: www.lisehanick.8k.com Enjoy!

Best listened to on headphones. - Especially if you're left handed.

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ROAR-2005-08-19 - Episode 11 - The RiverCast

ROAR-2005-08-19 - Episode 11 - The RiverCast

This time on the ROAR:
After much excitement in the last several episodes, we take you on a stroll down to the Waterford river. Sound like a thrill? Well, we hope you enjoy hanging out with us and talking about, well, stuff... We listen to Flow On Waterford River, oddly enough, from Jim's new CD, Midnight Rover and just generally have a laugh and a relaxing time. Do you think you can take it? Enjoy!

Best listened to on headphones. - Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

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