User avatarEpisode 1: Your Mum loves a sexy pony

This right here, is a world exclusive. I know technically (and actually) all of our posts are world exclusives, but some of them just feel more worthy of the title than others, that’s all I’m saying. And what I’m saying is that this is one of them.

So. Right then. Here it is. In a first for Pouring Beans Productions, here is your very first actual Pouring Beans Podcast.

It doesn’t really have a name as such, except that this one is the first one and features the phrase, “Your Mum loves a sexy pony”. So i guess its called Episode 1: Your Mum loves a sexy pony.

EDIT: You can now subscribe to all of the wonderfulness in iTunes:



25 comments to Episode 1: Your Mum loves a sexy pony

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I’ve got a rash from patting myself on the back for actually doing a thing after saying a thing.

  • I haven’t listened to this yet. But I WILL.

  • You WILL wont YOU!

    That rash is nothing to do with the patting. I’ve seen it. You need a doctor. Stop finding excuses.

  • I WILL, and I WOULD, and then I DID, and now I HAVE.

    This was both interesting and informative and I will be subscribing to it as soon as I figure out how.

  • I have submitted it to iTunes, apparently a human being will review it and let us know if we are worthy (which clearly we are).

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I’ve never been governed by anything human beings tell me. FACT!

    I hope we get on it though. I’ll be famous as both an author and a radio div then. Double famous!

  • We are on, we are on there now. There’s something quite surreal about being able to search for Pouring Beans in iTunes and us coming up.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    And so the brand carries on across the airwaves and into the hearts of others via the medium of noise.

    Do you think we could upload ‘This Way Up’ onto iTunes too?

  • Im sure we could, i’d need to do some jiggery pokery, but yeah dont see why not. If we do them as two different series, we wouldnt need another approval.

  • It is totes Romeo. This Way up can now be found in iTunes (under PouringBeans. I guess it will show up on its own once iTunes gets round to indexing it)

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    That’s a yay to the yonny and back to a yo yay all round (the opposite of nay nonny no nay).

    Thanks mate #matesquared

  • The joy that fills my heart at this news is tempered only by the certain knowledge that the only people who will ever hear this are already looking at this page.

  • You never know. Someone might stumble across it. Why anyone would be typing pouring beans into iTunes I have no idea but, you know, they could.

  • I think there’s a wider market we could tap into, of people interested in either “pouring” or “beans”. We should cater for their interests too.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I think it’s definitely *little window* marketable. We’ll just just have to tag ‘pouring’ and ‘beans’ onto other yoof sayings so they look cool, get tweeted, get umm instagram’d

  • Yeah. And Snapchatted. That’s another one I’ve heard of.

  • What about Facebook, or is that just for grannies these days?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I love Chatsnap and Bookface. It’s the tools I use to promote my award-winning best-seller books.

  • In that case I am going to set fire to them.

  • The books or BookSnap and ChatFace?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Does it matter? He’s a massive (theoretical) arsonist.

  • I’m going to burn BookChat and SnapFace to ashes so nobody else will hear about his next book.

    I don’t think he has a book out right now so we’re safe for the time being, but prevention is better than cure.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Tish pashaw nonsense! I’ve always got a book out, and right now it’s…

    Nah only kidding. I may be switching publishers shortly and I need to save my beautiful ideas for the near future. My eager fans will just have to wait. I mean I’ve seen keen but they’re keener than keen.

  • Is that because the warehouses of you previous publisher were suspiciously burned to ashes just after the print run for each of your previous books was completed?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Yes. Yes it is. The police are still looking for the culprit(s) and as far as I’m aware they’re about 5’10”, wear blue suits and walk around carrying a flute of champagne. Nobody I know matches that description though.

    Any thoughts, Chris?

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