Today I was supposed to have been interviewing another great language learner. Unfortunately due to scheduling difficulties this never happened. Instead I'm talking about the podcast in general and reflecting on a season over, as well as looking forward to the next season.
A quick note…
This was supposed to have been an interview episode. Instead I'm offering some insights into the development of the podcast and looking forward to the next season. If you are not terribly interested in the podcast in general, I suggest you wait until Friday where another interview episode about language learning will air with a very popular guest! Find out who at the end of today's episode.
Sorry for the delay and this inconvenience. These episode of me just talking will hopefully be a thing of the past when we get to season 2!
Season 1 ends soon!
This episode marks the second-last of the inaugural first season. The last and 50th episode of the Actual Fluency Podcast will air on Friday at 8pm cest as per usual.
There's still 5 days left to support the crowdfund for season 2 and pick up some nice bonuses, for more information go here: Actual Fluency Podcast S2 Crowdfund The most popular option so far has been the Polyglot Package, where you get over $200 worth of goodies for supporting the show with just $50.
I cannot overstate my gratitude for you guys who decide to support the show. It means so much to me and I will strive to produce even better content going forward.
In this episode you will hear about:
- Why I started the podcast
- Difficulties with producing the podcast
- Keeping the quality consistent
- Some of my favourite episode of season 1
- Some funny moments from the first season
- What's to come in the second season
This lists the resources relevant to the episode. You can find more language learning resources on the resource page.
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