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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Mon Dec 07, 2015 9:37 am

Such a great pod cast as ever, makes my day just fly by when a new one gets posted. Keep up the good work boys!

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Fri Dec 18, 2015 11:52 pm

Rich, did you guys do a Christmas or December episode?

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sat Dec 19, 2015 11:41 am

There is a Christmas pod cast up at the moment and they mentioned in it that there would be one more in December which I'm sure will be TFA based (or at least a discussion about it). As I'm not due to see the new film until Wednesday I'll be avoiding it until after then.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sat Dec 19, 2015 12:30 pm

We do have an Xmas special out but I think it's unlikely we'll have time for another in December. We've got half recorded but want to spend time with our families. We're not doing a lot on TFA, just a bit on intro.
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sat Dec 19, 2015 1:51 pm

Well at least that's one place I won't be getting a spoiler from Smile

Shame there's no December one although I was surprised to hear about it in the Christmas pod cast, I feel the pod cast team have already given so much this year that some concentrated time with the family is probably more than in order.

Look forward to some more audio quality next year and a big thanks as ever for putting in all the hours of effort, it's always much appreciated.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sat Dec 19, 2015 3:53 pm

@Richard_H wrote:
We do have an Xmas special out but I think it's unlikely we'll have time for another in December.  We've got half recorded but want to spend time with our families.  We're not doing a lot on TFA, just a bit on intro.

Cool, feel free to post a link to the Christmas one. Take some well deserved time with family. Podcast can wait.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sun Dec 20, 2015 4:02 pm

If you've never listened to the podcast before then DO NOT listen to this one. It's not a regular show:

http://swtvrpodcast.podbean.com/e/the-2015-christmas-special/

The Vintage Rebellion Podcast returns for a Special Christmas Show.
The normal format goes out the window as the boys have a roundtable looking back at 2015 and a look into the future as they delve into 2016.
There is plenty of short interviews as we hear from past guests, Edd Grant, Bruce White, Tim Veekhoven, Iain Sanderson, Ross Barr, Gary Smith, Chris Mann, Andrew Norton and Jason Smith. Each of them discuss various aspects of the last 12 months, The Force Awakens and 2016.
As well as all this we also have a second pantomime, which is once again written and directed by Richard. joining the team to star in this is Iain Sanderson, Jason Smith, Chris Mann, Dan Burgess, Ross Barr and introducing Jason's wife, Katie Hegarty Smith.
It's CHRISTMAS, so grab a mulled wine or an Egg Nog and sit back and enjoy a festive treat from The Vintage Rebellion!!!!!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sun Dec 20, 2015 10:03 pm

Thanks Richard for sharing. I will give this a listen this week when possible.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Mon Jan 18, 2016 4:26 pm

Episode 20 - is out at last! Some cracking guests this month

http://swtvrpodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-20-rebel-rebel/

Happy New Year from The Vintage Rebellion Podcast.

We start 2016 with an almighty bang as we have long term British collector and Helix fanatic Craig Spivey joined the Rebellion for this months interview, Craig discusses The Force Awakens British Premier and After Show Party that he was lucky enough to attend, along with digging into his collection as we discuss a bit of everything including his part of the Millennium Falcon that he owns.

Thomas Garvey joins Richard on Rebel Briefings to discuss a recent article which he published on the SWCA and Stuart speaks with Matt Fox (bonsai tree ent) on his collection being displayed in the 'May the Toys be With You' exhibition.

Pete looks at two huge recent auctions during the market section as he delves into the Nigo auction held at Sothebys as well as the recent Vectis auction.

Jez brings us his Newest Acquisitions where he looks at items from the forums and facebook. All this plus Force Awakens discussion, Rapid Fire and general jabbering's sees the Vintage Rebellion doing what it does best. ENJOY!!
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Tue Jan 19, 2016 7:07 am

Checked out the first hour and really enjoyed Tommy's interview. What a bizarre but cool way he ended up focussing on Kea Moll, a good story. Rich, you asked some great questions on the prototype process. I'll def check Tommy's article later. Matt's interview was good too, the exhibition sounds well worth a visit for anyone over there. Must be nice seeing all your own stuff displayed museum quality too.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Tue Jan 19, 2016 4:43 pm

Plan on downloading and listening tomorrow at work. Looking forward to it guys.
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:07 am

Rich, is the title of the podcast #20 a tribute to David Bowie? If so, nicely played.

I enjoyed Craig Spivey's interview, and TIG was lucky that Mike S recently sent us some of his cool AT-AT pics for our POTB thread: http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/t4137p45-project-outside-the-box-star-wars-vehicles-playsets-mini-rigs-other-boxed-products#AT-AT  The John Menzies boxes are a treat to see  cyclops

I finished reading Tommy's article on the Kea Moll production process. Read it in two parts it's that comprehensive, and probably one of the best things I've read SW toy-wise. For anyone interested in the production process I'd highly reccommed giving it a read: http://blog.theswca.com/2015/11/how-star-wars-figures-are-made-birth-of.html interesting too because the original concept work for Kea came from the Nelvana artists and writers even before Kenner did their work.

Great show so far guys!

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:54 am

Enjoying the podcasts Rich cheers
I have to listen very carefully to understand the Gordie lad's accent thou lol!
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sat Jan 23, 2016 3:47 pm

Thanks guys!

Yes it was a minor tribute to Bowie - sometimes it's really hard to think of titles and this was one of those months.

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PostSubject: We have a new one!   Tue Feb 16, 2016 4:54 am

Hi guys.
As a special Valentines Day gift to the collecting community we released our latest episode on February the 14th.
You can find it on iTunes and Podbean.

http://swtvrpodcast.podbean.com/

Once again there are 3 wonderful TIG latest acquisitions being discussed, but whose? You'll have to listen Smile
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Wed Mar 16, 2016 3:28 pm

Hey guys, we're really pleased to announced episode 22 has now dropped:

http://swtvrpodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-22-run-to-the-suns/

On this months edition of the Vintage Rebellion Podcast we are joined by Mark Daniels, known across the various outlets as Sublevel Studios. He discusses his collection, his artwork and gives us an insight in the differences from collecting now compared to the 90s.
During this months Newest Acquisitions we receive some breaking news regarding Celebration Europe and the Vintage Rebellions involvement, so be sure to listen carefully for that amongst some stunning purchases from the community over the last 4 weeks.
Rich is joined by Darrell Johnson and Brendi Burton to discuss the significance of the Rocket Firing Fett during Rebel Briefings. Whilst Pete brings us the latest from the Vintage Market, including the recent Vectis sale which had more stunning Star Wars items.
Finally, Episode 22 sees the return of Oddballs as Grant is joined by Nathan Butler for an instant return to form.
All this plus much more including music from Bad Lip Sync.
Sit back and enjoy the latest episode of The Vintage Rebellion Podcast.
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Wed Mar 16, 2016 4:07 pm

Always look forward to hearing these. Thanks for sharing Rich. I will have to give it a listen later in the week. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Wed Mar 23, 2016 4:14 pm

@Richard_H wrote:
Hey guys, we're really pleased to announced episode 22 has now dropped:

http://swtvrpodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-22-run-to-the-suns/



cheers  Congrats guys on the news about Celebration, you deserve it. About an hour and a bit through and enjoying the show so far.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Fri Mar 25, 2016 11:09 am

Thanks Paul. We were quite surprised and are really excited to be involved. Really looking forward to CE3.
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sat Mar 26, 2016 1:34 pm

Great stuff Rich, been enjoying these podcasts mate cheers
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Mon Mar 28, 2016 11:21 am

Finished it this Easter long weekend. Really enjoyed the Nathan Butler interview on VHS and other film formats. The first time I watched Star Wars as a kid was on a home movie projector that the neighbour set up in the living room using the wall as a screen. I think we rented ESB and ROTJ on VHS in later years. I agree about how expensive they were - I remember in the late 80s I left my video shop rental tape of Young Guns on the bus after watching it at a mate's house Embarassed  and the owner charged me 30 quid for it. I have some vintage mail order ads showing VHS sci-fi films for sale circa 1985 with titles like War of the Worlds and Forbidden Planet retailing at just under 60 US Dolloars - Amazing how expensive that format was back then.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sun Apr 17, 2016 2:56 pm

Episode 23 of The Vintage Rebellion Podcast lands with a host of eclectic guests for this months bumper edition.
Christian Carnus, or Bobby Bobs as he's known by so many, joins the team for this month's interview. Christian talks about his blog, his Luke Skywalker focus, Tantive XI amongst many many other things.
Rebel Briefings brings you two guests as Richard talks with Ron Salvatore regarding repurposed wax sculpts to create later figures, and he also welcomes Phil Heeks who discusses his new book which is one mans tale of waiting for Star Wars back in 1978 and his experience thereafter.
In this months Oddballs Grant is joined by Peter Harmacek as they take a doorway to the beginning, they discuss the latest high definition fan attempt to restore the movie that started it all.
And if that wasn't enough guests Peter brings an outstanding interview with David Jordan, owner of Jordan's, a shop in Leamington Spa where Pete use to purchase his toys back in the day in this month's market section.
As well as all these outstanding guests we have the NA where Jez discusses almost every purchase in the community over the last month.
Enjoy the show!!!

http://swtvrpodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-23-bobby-fett-and-the-great-pit-of-carnoose/
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Tue May 17, 2016 12:16 pm

Hi guys,

On this month's Vintage Rebellion Podcast it's UK meets US as Chivecast host Stephen Danley joins the Rebellion to talk Focus Collecting, Chivecast and his Collection of Capacitance amongst many other things, whilst Grant welcomes Cathy Kendrick to the show on this months oddballs to discuss Star Wars Trading Cards.
On this months Newest Acquisitions Jez discusses item's purchased by the community over the last month including ESB 18 back Meccano Boba Fett, ATL Interceptor and an exciting discovery surrounding a 15" Darth Vader. As well as many other items, Marco Jay joins the NA to chat about his Lily Ledy Boxed Snow Speeder that he's recently acquired.
As well as all this Pete picks through the highlights of the recent Vectis Auction and Rich chats Mailer Mysteries, 12 inches and Fett rockets in Rebel Briefings.
All this plus much more on the Vintage Rebellion, enjoy the show!!!

http://swtvrpodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-24-lets-just-b-wing-it/
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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Sun May 29, 2016 2:36 pm

Great you got Steve Danley on the show - was interesting to hear about the origins of the Chivecast. The oddballs section is fast becoming my fave part, and Cathy Kendrick's trading cards interview was brilliant.

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PostSubject: Re: The Vintage Rebellion Podcast - Episode 19 and beyond   Wed Jun 22, 2016 5:28 pm

We have done it again!!  Episode 25 is now live!!

I urge you to give us a go, our podcast generally last between 4-5 hours but we only do one a month so you have plenty of time to listen to them.
We have been going for 2 years and are things appear to be going from strength to strength. We’ll all be at Celebration Europe, we are doing a live cooperation recording with Gus (representing the Chive Cast), and both Grant and i are involved with additional panels, Grant is on the collecting Track.
Our latest podcast is episode 25. We were originally called the SWFUK podcast, episodes 1-13 were all produced as the SWFUK, however after our live podcast stage and fan table at Anaheim last year we listened to the feedback and changed our name to reassure people that you didn’t need to be a Brit to listen and we were completely independent of all forums/facebook groups etc. Episode 14- the present are in the new format. All podcasts are still available.

We pride ourselves on packed shows where the majority of voices you hear are from our guests, and boy do we have a lot of them. I also almost always include items from the TIG latest acquisitions thread.

This is what waits you in Episode 25

A month out from Celebration Europe and the Vintage Rebellion boys hit you with their longest podcast to date!

The show is packed with guests from start to finish and there truly is something for every collector in this months show. Marc Hockley is the guest interview this month as he discusses his collecting history, life size figures, 12 inch figures and his love of trade catalogues, along with many other items and stories along the way.

Continuing along the 12 inch discussion, 12 inch king pin Lee Bullock joins Grant Criddle for this months Oddballs whilst Pete Davis chats with both Mete Akin regarding Uzays and gets an update from Star Wars tracker main man Jared Cope.

On this months Rebel Briefings the Rebellion are joined by THREE guests! Stephane Faucourt joins Richard to discuss his latest Meccano book, Craig Spivey joins the team again to chat about his collection going on view for the public and Simon Graham chats with grant regarding the amazing Biker Scout helmet designs which will be on show at Celebration Europe. Talking of Celebration, the team announce giveaways, panels and the booth that we will all be involved in at the event.

And as if that wasn't enough guests Oliver Sudweeks joins me in the New Acquisitions to speak about his stunning Pink Poncho Leia carded sample and gives us some informative background on the item. Also on this months NA the team discuss AT-ST Walker's, Jawas, Diecast, Acamas masks amongst many other items.

Not only our longest show but probably our most action packed show too! Enjoy!

Thank you TIG, sorry about the ramble!!

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