PotterCast 202: You's and Sue's ViewsPotterCast
PotterCast, our Harry Potter podcast, is back from the whirlwind PCLUPINWILLOW Summer Tour and here to bring you the very latest in Harry Potter news, discussion, and fun for our 202nd episode. Sue's News kicks off the show this week with news on an interview with Harry Potter screenwriter Steve Kloves, the Harry Potter Theme Park in Orlando, Florida, the upcoming Deathly Hallows film, comments by actor Michael Gambon (Dumbledore), and so much more. Next, we then feature your reactions of the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince film with the next series of voicemail reviews. This brings us to Sue's review of the film and further discussion of the latest Harry Potter film. The Acting Troop is up next, with part one of two of our latest installment of our Albus Potter and the Founders Fountain. Finally, the show wraps up with talk of TLC's experience at the Half-Blood Prince film, the summer tour, YouTube plans, LeakyCon 2011 info, and so much more!
As a reminder, the LeakyCon DVD, which will be available to pre-order soon, will also include all wizard rock performances from our conference. If you like live wizard rock, be sure to reserve your copy of the upcoming LeakyCon Live Album of the wizard rock live shows at our LeakyCon 2009 conference. To listen, just hit the "Play" button on the right side of the page (
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- Sue's News is back!
- We hear Sue's reaction to the sixth Harry Potter film along with a few of your voicemails on the film.
- The next episode of the PotterCast Acting Troupe! Albus Potter and the Founders Fountain!
- Stay tuned next week for our very first 'Princely Pieces' segment where we'll discuss the newest film a Piece at a time!
- Follow our LeakyCon 2011 Twitter and become a fan on Facebook!
- Learn more about LeakyCon 2011 on our new Twitter.
- Reserve your copy of the LeakyCon Live Album now!
Also, special thanks to our ever-vigilant UStream Mods for monitoring the live PotterCast recordings.
Remember you don't need an iPod to listen. Listen easily on iTunes, which you can download and install here, by clicking here to listen, or you can just use the streaming Flash player at PotterCast.com or just on the right side of this page. Discussion of the PotterCast is right here. Enjoy!