Episode 73: Anniversaries are Boring


Episode 73: Anniversaries are Boring 

In which the Three Patch Podcast celebrates its Fifth Anniversary with retrospectives, celebration of new fan creators, and even a song!

Segment timestamps:

  • 0:00:25 – Host Opening
  • 0:11:10 – Coroner’s Report
  • 0:16:14 – Three Patch Throwback: Sorting Sherlock
  • 0:54:25 – Top Ten Not-so-traditional Anniversary Gifts Given Around 221B Baker Street
  • 0:56:39 – Post-S4 Check-in
  • 1:30:36 – The Notebook of Kitty Riley: Interview with SinceWhenDoYouCallMe_John
  • 2:05:33 – An Ode to AO3
  • 2:08:36 – Geek Interpreter: AO3 Tools, Tips, and Tricks
  • 2:43:53 – That’s My Division
  • 2:54:28 – Post Mortem

Shownotes, contact details, and credits below.

 

FULL SHOWNOTES

Host Opening (0:00:25)
Consulting Fans: Caroline, MK, Smirk, Emma
Editor: Sunday

 

Coroner’s Report (0:11:10)
Consulting Fan: Smirk

All the news that’s fit to Fandom!

 

Three Patch Throwback: Sorting Sherlock (0:16:14)
Consulting Fans: Shannon, Drinkingcocoa, MK, Finn
Producer/Editor: Emma

New and original Consulting Fans revisit a classic segment and “resort” Sherlock with new character insights from Series Three and Four.

 

Top Ten Not-so-traditional Anniversary Gifts Given Around 221B Baker Street (0:54:25)
Consulting Fan: Caroline

 

Post-S4 Check-In (0:56:39)
Consulting Fans: Chelsea, Smirk, MK, JL4L
Producer: Chelsea, Editor: JL4L

Consulting Fans gather to examine their feelings about Series 4 and BBC Sherlock as a whole, one year out.

 

The Notebook of Kitty Riley: Interview with SinceWhenDoYouCallMe_John (1:30:36)
Consulting Fans: Alexxphoenix42, SinceWhenDoYouCallMe_John
Producer/Editor: Alexxphoenix42

An interview with new (superstar) fic author SinceWhenDoYouCallMe_John.

 

An Ode to AO3 (2:05:33)
Consulting Fans: Alexxphoenix42, Caroline, Smirk, Mr. Smirk
Producer/Editor: Alexxphoenix42

Music: The Beatles. “Let It Be.” Let It Be. Apple Records, 1970.

Lyrics by tumblr users: goodqueenalys, Wildhaunt, Penaltykeks, karadin, and tototones

 

Geek Interpreter: AO3 Tools, Tips, and Tricks (2:08:36)
Consulting Fans: Caroline, SundayDuck, JL4L
Producer/Editor: Caroline

Listen in and learn a few tricks to get more out of your AO3 experience.

 

That’s My Division (2:43:53)
Producer/Editor: Caroline

This TMD, we’re reccing on the theme of anniversaries and birthdays as well as new classics …and yes, wood.

 

Post Mortem (2:54:28)
Consulting Fans: Caroline, MK, Smirk, Emma, Producer: Caroline, Editor: Sunday

 

Contact

Email: bored@three-patch.com
Website: http://www.three-patch.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/threepatchpodcast
Skype: threepatch.podcast
Twitter: https://twitter.com/threepatch
Tumblr: http://threepatchpodcast.tumblr.com/

 

Music Credits

Unless otherwise indicated, all music is available for purchase through online retailers such as amazon.com and iTunes.

  • Show Intro – David Arnold and Michael Price, Sherlock: Original Television Soundtrack Music From Series One: Opening Titles
  • Coroner’s Report – Breaking News: Eye on the World Broadcast News
  • Three Patch Throwback – Cheryl, Only Human: Throwback
  • Geek Interpreter – Sleater-Kinney, No Cities To Love: New Wave
  • Consulting Writer – Elvis Costello & The Attractions, Punch the Clock: Every Day I Write the Book
  • We Ship It – Not Literally Productions, I Ship It
  • From the Notebook of Kitty Riley – The Quantic Soul Orchestra, Stampede: Hold it Down
  • That’s My Division – John Coltrane, My Favorite Things [Deluxe Edition]: My Favorite Things, Part 1
  • Show Outro – Bee Gees, Saturday Night Fever [The Original Movie Soundtrack]: Stayin’ Alive

 

Production Credits

Episode Producer: Smirk, Caroline
Episode Banner Artist: Fox Estacado
Episode Audio Editor: Caroline

Distribution funded by Fans!

 

How to Cite

APA

  • Three Patch Productions (Producer). (2018, January 6). Anniversaries are Boring [Episode 73]. Three patch podcast. Podcast retrieved from http://three-patch.com/2016/01/06/episode-73

 

 

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