** UPDATE **
I've been told that if you download the episode from the podomatic site, it saves it as a 'm4a.mp3' file and it won't play. The solution is to rename the file by taking off the .mp3 from the end, and leaving the .m4a. We're looking into this, as it should be available as a straightforward mp3 file. The best solution is to subscribe/download via iTunes or play direct below (or the main site). I thang-ew.
** UPDATE ENDS **
It's what you've all been waiting for. No, no, not the announcement of the Red Planet Prize second round (small update on the Red Planet website: basically, full script requests will be mid-September). No, I'm talking about the UK scriptwriters podcast, by me and the mighty Tim Clague.
We had a fantastic response to our first foray into the podcast world, which we took as ample encouragement to continue. In this episode, we talk about the upcoming London Screenwriters' Festival, earning a living as a writer, the importance of a script's first ten pages (inspired by Red Planet entries), and there's reviews of The Eight Day and TV's Southland and Breaking Bad. You can listen below, or visit the official podcast page here, subscribe via iTunes, or check out Tim's blog for even more info. As ever, feel free to give us feedback and comments - thanks, hope you enjoy!