Tuesday, 4 December 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Fifteen


In our latest episode we test out a night cache, speak to Lincolnshire's master of disguise Colonel Burnaby (photographed below), recount a tale of a German TB thief caught red-handed and hear of a desperate search for a WC.




The Capture of The Anticacher

Cicerone Guidebooks

Download link: Episode Fifteen (right click to download)

Saturday, 3 November 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Fourteen

This month’s episode sees The Amasons and our guest geo-friend Louis, reviewing several ways of finding caches from the more traditional GPS and iphone to some less fashionable methods. We speak with Ian Manton about a special puzzle cache and Simon Williams about the epic Little Quest. We attend several events, taking in lunch, Sunset and a wedding and we visit the Halloween Hides and Creepy Caches Mega Event.


Download link: Episode Fourteen (right click to download)

March of the Elephants puzzle cache

Little Quest

Thursday, 4 October 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Thirteen


Episode thirteen sees us hosting our first event, 'A Hyke Around Hykeham' and speaking to various local cachers. There's news of upcoming local events and invaluable tips if you want to hold one of your own. We've also got volcano's, elopers, record first to finders and broken fences. A packed show!

Download link: Episode Thirteen (right click to download)

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Twelve

In this latest episode we cache over in France during our holiday and grab a cache on International Geocaching Day. We hear from one of the organisers of the Halloween Hides and Creepy Caches Mega Event. There's news of our own event - A Hyke Around Hykeham and we speak to Jacaru about his invisible geocoin.

The Podcache Show Episode Twelve (click to play, right click to download)


Hyke Around Hykeham
Halloween Hides and Creepy Caches
Neil Bell - Spire67
The Invisible Geocoin

Thursday, 2 August 2012

So you want to listen to the show on your Android phone...

We've had a few enquiries about listening to the show on an Android phone. Here's a list of Android apps which may help. I'm afraid I can't vouch for any of them as we don't have an Android phone to try them out on.
Listener Richard Lay offered this help on our Facebook page recently.

"It is a lot easier to subscribe (to all podcasts, not just this one) by using the browser on the phone to go to the web page and subscribe from there, rather than the search function on Google Listen, which is poor.
Easier still is to make sure that Listen is linked to your google account details and do it from the "Google Reader" web page which will make it appear as if by magic on your phone".

Many thanks Richard. I hope this is of help to all you Android listeners. 
We've had some more advice from another listener Andy Wright who uses Beyond Pod to listen to the show.

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Eleven

Released a few days earlier than usual as we are off to the Olympics. In our latest episode we visit the Geolympix in Oxford where we speak to SMS Text who has just reached 100 5/5 finds. We meet Adrian aka Figures who celebrates his 10,000th find and we attend a breakfast event in Nottingham and speak to several cachers who hide difficult and high D/T caches. We also interview a man in a gorilla suit.
The Podcache Show Episode Eleven (click to play, right click to download)


Wednesday, 4 July 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Ten

The Podcache Show Episode Ten (click to play, right click to download). This month, Pete goes through the pain barrier in the name of caching. We celebrate Christmas six months early when we visit the Wild West Christmas Event in Cheddar. Tracey speaks to GAGB committee member Mollyjak and Wild West Christmas organiser Muddy Legs. We interview Adam Redshaw of The UKCache Mag and there's an update on the Geolympix.

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Friday, 1 June 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Nine

The Podcache Show Episode Nine (click to play, right click to download)

In episode nine we talk to East Midlands reviewer Antheia, enjoy our best caching month so far, revisit a few previous DNF's, run into a dodgy dogger character and celebrate our win in a local TB race.

Friday, 4 May 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Eight

The Podcache Show Episode Eight (click to play, right click to download)

In this latest episode we attend our first flash mob, set ourselves a 10 minute caching challenge, meet 700+ consecutive cacher Steve Nottingham and finish with another guide to stealth and invisibility.


Wednesday, 4 April 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Seven

The Podcache Show Episode Seven (click to play, right click to download)

In our seventh episode, we travel to Wiltshire and meet up with Devizes cacher Stanley Matthews. We visit Stonehenge, Tracey gets a bit of a surprise while we're out caching locally and we attend our first event cache and discuss the Kinder Trespass with Nottingham cacher Jacaru.

The Moonrakers Pub, Devizes
The Kinder Trespass Website

Sunday, 4 March 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Six

The Podcache Show Episode Six (Click to play, right click to download)

In this episode we attempt our first webcam cache, tackle a series of caches near Burton in Lincolnshire, interview SimplyPaul about the Geolympix, grab a cache on February 29th and finish off with our 200th find in the woods at night.

The Geolympix Home Page




Friday, 3 February 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Five

The Podcache Show Episode Five (Click to play, right click to download)

In this episode we place our first puzzle cache, speak to North Wales geocacher Martinbryn, get up to date with our travel bugs, take a special mode of transport to cache in nearby woods and successfully dodge flying bullets.

The Royal Oak, Aubourn

St Peter's Church, Aubourn

The Bryntirion Inn


A Space Hopper

Wednesday, 4 January 2012

The Podcache Show Episode Four

The Podcache Show Episode Four (click to play, right click to download)

In this show we do a bit of maintenance on one of our caches and nip out to boost our finds up to 150 for the year. We walk off our Christmas lunch on Boxing Day, set two more TB's off on a race on New Year's Day and finish off feeling decidedly queasy.