Back to Youtube?

Wait, video?

Seems I’m recording more videos than blogging these days, even though #Blogtober preparations are well on the way at this stage! I used to love making video and uploading them to YouTube. General silliness, Ice Bucket challenge in 2014, drunk chatty videos, everything. Hope to do more with it, including businessy stuff for Alicorn. But we all know that I’m basically a big, sarcastic child. Which means I’ll stick to my video roots of general silliness. And last week, something happened. I decided to start over and actually use my YouTube channel.

Dave, Justin and I like to record silly requests for this radioshow called ‘All Request Saturday Night’ hosted by Ron Sedaille on Fun Tower Radio. On Saturday, after hosting the ’80s Mixtape’ on Limerick City Community Radio, Dave and I decided to record another request for that night. As I was messing about with my camera during the show anyway, I decided to turn it back on and record the behind the scenes of recording a request. You can find that video here:

You can find the played out, slick version here:

Youtube!

I really enjoyed being back on camera making silly videos. If you have anything you’d like me to do on camera, I’m generally open to new ideas. Jumping out of an airplane will happen next year and yes, I will definitely record that. For charity of course. But if you have questions for a Q&A or ideas what to do on video, leave a comment or get in touch. I’d love to have an active channel again. Chatty sit down videos will happen, as will more behind the scenes at the radio stuff. I love radio, I love video and the two of them go surprisingly well together! Maybe some gaming videos as Justin, Dave and I like to play GTA Online and are always chatting on TS while we’re doing that.

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