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  1. 15 songs played on electrical language2016/12/30
    CLICK HERE TO PLAY (1 hour, 20 mins, 36 secs) What is this? A new electrical language podcast? Well, sort of. I last recorded a podcast in November 2012. Oops, sorry. I’m afraid I cannot see electrical language ever coming … Continue reading →
  2. My project for 20132013/01/06
    I decided to learn a new skill in 2013: I’m learning to play the mandolin! Read about it in my new blog Captain Corelli and me, where you can also here my first efforts.
  3. electrical language no 2272012/11/21
    play – 53 MINS 06 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes I thought that I really ought to record a podcast in 2012; after all, it’s only 11 months since the last … Continue reading →
  4. sorry if I’m spamming you!2012/04/29
    I have just been told that a friend has had 18 notifications of electrical language podcasts by e-mail. If this is happening to you, what I am doing is copying old posts from the original Blogspot blog to this WordPress … Continue reading →
  5. It’s raining, and I’m listening to an electrical language2012/04/29
    Yes, a horrible rainy day in Hampshire. I’m actually listening to an old electrical language, no 140. It’s quite good, so why not give it a listen? And, it’s making me think that I ought to record another one soon, … Continue reading →
  6. electrical language no 2262011/12/29
    play – 49 MINS 42 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes video of electrical language 226 6 months after the last episode of electrical language, I am back. For all kinds of … Continue reading →
  7. electrical language no 226 is on its way!2011/12/28
    It’s been recorded, so keep checking back. Please remember the new url: electricallanguage.com And the e-mail address electricallanguage@gmail.com
  8. Countdown to no 2262011/11/24
    I have started to put electrical language 226 together. It should be with you within a few days. Many thanks for all the message of support! Gabor
  9. electrical language dot com!2011/10/17
    Yes, this site now has a dot com domain: www.electricallanguage.com all the old urls, www.electricallanguage.co.uk and www.electricallanguage.wordpress.com should bring you here.
  10. Preparing to re-launch2011/10/17
    As I prepare to re-launch electrical language, I have been doing things with the feeds, for reasons given in this post. If you wish to subscribe to electrical language, you can do so using either the wordpress feed https://electricallanguage.wordpress.com/feed or … Continue reading →
  11. reports of the death of electrical language …2011/10/16
    … are greatly exaggerated! electrical language has not died. It will return. When? I am not exactly sure, but I hope within the next 3 weeks. I will explain in the next podcast. Gabor
  12. The complete archive of electrical language podcasts2011/06/19
    the complete archive of electrical language podcasts is now at archive.org
  13. electrical language no 2252011/06/19
    play – 51 MINS 52 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes I am so sorry, it’s been 3 months. But then stuff has happened in real life (see my last post). But … Continue reading →
  14. electrical language will return2011/04/26
    electrical language will re-launch in May 2011. It’s been a difficult time. My father in law died on Sunday after a long period of ill health. I will regroup and refocus, and bring the podcast back on a regular basis. … Continue reading →
  15. electrical language no 2242011/03/13
    play – 46 MINS 53 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes Trying to get my mojo back, starting with a tune by one of my friends. And a bit of sadness as … Continue reading →
  16. what’s happening with electrical language?2011/02/27
    If you listened to electrical language 223 you will have heard me talking about the end of the hosting arrangement with Libsyn. The complementary hosting for the mp3 files that I have enjoyed for the last 5 years has now … Continue reading →
  17. electrical language no 2232011/02/13
    play – 48 MINS 45 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes Sorry. It’s been 5 weeks since the last electrical language. I explain some of the reasons affecting my motivation, and also … Continue reading →
  18. electrical language no 2222011/01/08
    play – 34 MINS 12 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes A shorter podcast, as the last 2 long ones are taking a lot of space on the Libsyn server. This week … Continue reading →
  19. Problems with podcast 221 now fixed2011/01/05
    I was alerted this morning to the fact that the link to play no 221 did not work. After trying a few things unsuccessfully, I decided that I would have to upload the mp3 file to the Libsyn server again. … Continue reading →
  20. electrical language no 2212011/01/03
    play – 1 hour 32 MINS 10 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes For the first podcast of 2011, a look back at last year. I bring you 16 great songs … Continue reading →
  21. 2010 in review2011/01/02
    The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Fresher than ever. Crunchy numbers A helper monkey made this abstract painting, … Continue reading →
  22. electrical language no 2202010/12/18
    play – 1 hour 05 MINS 15 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes In which I prove that you cannot create a podcast without breaking eggs. It was 5 years ago … Continue reading →
  23. electrical language no 2192010/12/11
    play – 49 MINS 35 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes BREAKING NEWS: there will be a podcast next week. I promise! There is a reason for that. If you can work … Continue reading →
  24. electrical language no 2182010/11/20
    play – 53 MINS 07 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes Still getting used to the new set up, recording with my new netbook. This week I bring you 6 new songs … Continue reading →
  25. electrical language no 2172010/11/12
      play – 42 MINS 22 SECs (right-click here to download) click here to subscribe to electrical language using iTunes I recorded this week’s podcast in my office using my new netbook, and using a jam jar to hold my … Continue reading →
electrical language
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