Echo Romeo Kilo One One – Episode 1. Show Notes

Echo Romeo Kilo One One – Episode 1. 19 minutes

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Welcome to episode 1 of Erk’s NaPodPoMo (National Podcast Post Month) show Echo Romeo Kilo One One. In this episode, Erk introduces himself & Erk Pod. Also on this episode Erk answers some train questions and speaks to someone as he intends to do each day in November.

Various train questions were asked by David van Sunder of the Millionaires or Bust from the “Millionaire or Bust” podcast. There will be more questions from David tomorrow.

These questions included:

  • Who controls the trains?

  • Is there an equalivant to Air Traffic Control?

  • Who switches the trains from one track to another

  • What fuel powers your train? (Minor correction, on London Underground, the nominal voltage is 630V DC)

Some of these questions were answered by Erk Pod co-host Drue who is the first guest on Echo Romeo Kilo One One. Drue also tells us about his preparations for NaPodPoMo as he is taking part as well. Erk also updates you on the other Erk Pod panelists who are NaPodPoMo’ing, Orange Tim & Squeak.

If you have any questions or comments, leave a comment or email erkpod@gmail.com

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3 Comments

Filed under Drue, Echo Romeo Kilo One One, NaPodPoMo2008, Orange Tim, Other Podcasts, Podcasting - General, Squeak, trains

3 responses to “Echo Romeo Kilo One One – Episode 1. Show Notes

  1. Possible alternative name for this episode: Train Pod.

  2. I am really enjoying learning about the trains. :)

  3. Erk

    Hey Shawno & Jen, thanks for the comments as always! ;)

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