We're on Faroese Radio this morning, talking about that spooky sound recording we took in the tunnels north of Klaksvik. We promised listeners we'd re-post the unedited audio we recorded, and we're certainly people of our word, so here it is:
Believe it or not, we've completed our 100th episode! On this special extended edition of the podcast, we look back at some of our favorite moments from the last 2 1/2 years, and talk to the first person who ever downloaded this show.
As always, you can listen on iTunes, on our media player at the top of this page, or you can download the show directly here:
Pack a lunch. This show is more than 47 minutes long.
Also, watch this space. On the podcast we promise a whole series of links to interviews and performances connected to this week's show. We will post those links later today. For now, we're taking a well-earned nap.
This week, we're all about the Faroese postal service, known as Posta. We'll talk to the director of marketing for Posta to learn about the history of mail delivery in the Faroes, and ask the most important question of all: is it possible to work in an industry obsessed with on-time delivery when you live in the Land of Maybe?
We're not giving away the answer, you'll just have to listen.
Then we'll sail along the west coast of Hestur and look at the bird cliffs.
As always you can listen on iTunes or on our media player, or you can download the show directly here:
(Note: The giant mailbox above displays the old name and logo of the Faroese postal service... before they became "Posta." It's not really an official mailbox, but come on, we had to use it for this episode.)