My suggested script for 2-minute introduction for the weekly pancast. I think the core is here, be it could be rearranged and some stuff added.
Note that Metronomes is the only steelband in the world to be doing this, and you have seen, it’s pretty straightforward. The last people were a group called The Three Pannists in 2017.
“Welcome to the Metronomes Pancast, brought to you weekly from the Golborne Ward, Ladbroke Grove, London. This is the world’s only weekly Steelpan podcast.
We would like to thank Westway Trust and Help Musicians for emergency funding to help launch our Virtual Panyard.
Our Virtual Panyard is running while our Panyard in Meanwhile Gardens is temporarily closed.
Go to metronomes.org.uk for more details of our performances, readings and other activities on Instagram and other apps.
Remember, Stay At Home, Stay Safe, support each other, there are many keyworkers in Metronomes etc.
We hope you enjoy our pancasts, there’s going to be a mixture of interviews with pannists, features on Caribbean culture, and community chat for Golborne and Ladbroke Grove.
Look at our Feel safe webpage for support. Find it on metronomes.org.uk/safe“.
Here is my crap example, but it literally took me a few minutes from the first time of ever opening the app – it’s that simple.
Code pasted into the page from virtualpanyard.podbean.com
The reason for using Podbean is that it automatically appears on Apple podcasts, Google (Android) podcasts, Spotify and Alexa devices, including the Kindle etc.
Do in Podbean app on phone – import music through voice app if necessary or from library
Two-minute intro to remain at top of the page may need updating every few weeks
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