Author Topic: The work of Ian Boldsworth  (Read 64933 times)

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #600 on: January 29, 2020, 03:04:31 PM »
Herring pod - 16th March
Another London screening - 17th March

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #601 on: January 30, 2020, 10:44:47 AM »
Just booked for Glasgow. So glad to be seeing this at long last. Too bad Barry's not coming though.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #602 on: January 31, 2020, 09:13:32 PM »
Herring pod - 16th March
Another London screening - 17th March

Good news on RHLSTP.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #603 on: January 31, 2020, 09:19:18 PM »
After they became best friends on the Fubar show, Ian's interviewing Shaun Ryder at his live show.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #604 on: February 05, 2020, 06:54:27 PM »
I only just found out that Dodds has his own podcast on his patreon.

Is it any good?

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Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #605 on: February 05, 2020, 07:26:07 PM »
After they became best friends on the Fubar show, Ian's interviewing Shaun Ryder at his live show.

Is that actually happening or was that just the kind of thing you say at the end of live radio bants?

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #606 on: February 05, 2020, 07:40:47 PM »
The tickets are on sale.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #607 on: February 19, 2020, 01:28:27 AM »
Sure it's already been on patron but the first movie podcast dropped on the old parapod feed.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #608 on: February 19, 2020, 07:44:24 AM »
And hinted at another London screening on 18th March!

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Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #609 on: February 19, 2020, 08:03:23 AM »
I dragged my feet too long on Chester Storyhouse and it's sold out. I think Ian mentioned there were discussions about a potential second screening there, but of course that's no guarantee. THIS IS MY OWN FAULT.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #610 on: February 19, 2020, 10:00:29 AM »
The ticket sales alone suggest that more dates will follow.
Not sure if there has even been much promotion outside of Patreon so far, so the podcasts being on general release may boost sales even more.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #611 on: March 02, 2020, 10:04:08 PM »


I've just signed up to Dodds' Patreon and started going through the back catalogue of mini-podcasts ("Is It Bollocks?"). Are there any particular stand-out, must-hear-first episodes? I listened to the Michael Legge one first and guffawed at the mention of Graham Linehan's ghost .


Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #612 on: March 02, 2020, 10:09:27 PM »

I've just signed up to Dodds' Patreon and started going through the back catalogue of mini-podcasts ("Is It Bollocks?"). Are there any particular stand-out, must-hear-first episodes? I listened to the Michael Legge one first and guffawed at the mention of Graham Linehan's ghost .

Ha, yes that was a good one.

They're generally just a light-hearted chat that occasionally veers into the paranormal (maybe a bit more in the earlier episodes).
Always an enjoyable listen though.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #613 on: May 12, 2020, 08:30:28 PM »

There's been some good stuff on Dodds' Patreon over the last couple of weeks.

Due to the cancellation of the Parapod Movie tour Barry and Ian have recorded a series of phonecalls (four so far), the premise being that Barry is in prison and the recordings are Barry's one allowed call a day. Great improvised story-building and some comedy gold with Ian asking Barry about his prison experience ("It's really hot in the cell today, I've got the bars wide open").

Dodds' Patreon is well worth subscribing to. He does at least two podcasts and one video a week, plus a bunch of blogs. He did a couple of ghost  podcasts with Christina Martin which were half depressing, half spooky.


(I couldn't find a thread for Dodds)

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #614 on: May 12, 2020, 09:18:47 PM »
'Dodds Incarcerated' is fantastic.
The ever-expanding prison universe just makes it funnier - especially as Ian remembers it and Barry doesn't.

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Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #615 on: May 20, 2020, 11:55:32 AM »
Giving this a bump since I've been listening to a lot of his stuff lately. And I feel a bit sorry for him working for years on a film and then having the release fucked by a bloody pandemic.

Also, I thought since it's Mental Health awareness week I should try and give his Mental podcast a go, but it doesn't seem to work in BeyondPod. Is it only available on Itunes or something?

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #616 on: May 20, 2020, 12:19:08 PM »
Giving this a bump since I've been listening to a lot of his stuff lately. And I feel a bit sorry for him working for years on a film and then having the release fucked by a bloody pandemic.

Also, I thought since it's Mental Health awareness week I should try and give his Mental podcast a go, but it doesn't seem to work in BeyondPod. Is it only available on Itunes or something?

I think it's no longer available because he moved to a different hosting platform and his previous one expired.
Same for all his other old stuff.

I can probably upload them if I can dig them out.

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #617 on: May 20, 2020, 03:43:00 PM »
'Dodds Incarcerated' is fantastic.
The ever-expanding prison universe just makes it funnier - especially as Ian remembers it and Barry doesn't.

Listening to the latest one and it's pretty remarkable how Barry forgets *so* much stuff from last week!

Dumb question - Did Barry get why "Sue Mole" is such an obvious name for Ian to have made up on the spot? 

Re: The work of Ian Boldsworth
« Reply #618 on: Today at 01:17:35 PM »


Latest Dodds Incarcerated is excellent. It seems that Barry has a lot of resolved issues from his school days which explain a lot about his unique outlook on things.