Podcast Update


Last week PJ and I published first podcast for Via Lucis on the Podbean platform, but since then we have been investigating other platforms. Right now the podcast is available also on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Blubrry. Click on the logos below to see the program on each platform.

The Blubrry site allows listeners a choice of ways to follow and listen, including Apple Podcasts, Android, and email, as well as a number of sharing options.

We are also planning to have a presence on Spotify, but that will take time since we need to have seven episodes to qualify. We’ll post when we have reached that threshold.

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We are very excited about this extension of our Via Lucis world and are making plans for future episodes. The next will be a memoir of the great Fra Angelico Surchamp and this contributions to the field of Romanesque architecture with the Éditions Zodiaque. Surchamp was a great friend and mentor before his death last year and we hope this podcast will be both an introduction and tribute to him for our English-speaking audience. Please take the time to listen to these and comment. The only way that we will improve is to hear from you, those who are most familiar with our efforts here at Via Lucis for the last decade.

6 thoughts on “Podcast Update

  1. Your link did not quite work. Used Subscribe by android then blueberry seeing that it supported my app Podcast Addict. Then a dead end. Could not proceed to your podcast. Opened Podcast Addict and searched for Via Lucis and it found your piece. Don’t know when I will be listening to it (reader by nature and choice) but at least am now subscribed.

    On Mon, Feb 25, 2019, 8:05 PM Via Lucis Photography wrote:

    > Dennis Aubrey posted: “Last week PJ and I published first podcast for Via > Lucis on the Podbean platform, but since then we have been investigating > other platforms. Right now the podcast is available also on Apple Podcasts, > Google Play, and Blubrry. Click on the logos below to s” >

  2. I listened to the podcast on Podbean. It was great. I’m familiar with the history of Bezeirs (and I’ve seen the cathedral from a distance while transiting the historic lock staircase on the Canal du Midi – which I strongly recommend if your photography excursions ever take you back to the area), but I’ve never had an opportunity to visit it. Enjoyed returning to the blog for a re-visit of your photographs.

  3. The Tramontana wind brought to me your stupendous podcast. I have heard it twice (as you know, my comprehension is so so as long as spoken English is concerned). What to say… The good taste, sensitiveness and mastery that you (both, PJ and you) show whenever you deal with light, are gloriously displayed now on this new media. Music, dramatization, voices (even in Latin)…, and above it all, a very good, insightful text. Just subscribed (Apple podcast).

    By the way, Via Lucis published this very first podcast on February 22, 2019, referred to the tragedy of the Cathars (Albigensians)… and le Pays Cathare… One day I will tell you a surprising coincidence in relation to your friend Covetotop and the Cathars; a coincidence that took place on February 23, 2019…

    (One last thing: I’ve just read in the comment above that your health is recovering. Great!!!)

    1. Oh, my dear Covetotop, how wonderful to hear from you. You are generous as always. I must confess to you … I have seriously contemplated doing a podcast about our lunch in Empordà. The only problem is that there is no blog for people to visit to follow up. But it might contribute even more to the mysteriousness that is Covetotop.

      We were in Cleveland earlier in the month for PJ’s birthday and we went to a restaurant that specializes in seafood. We decided against ordering conventionally and instead orderd pica pica style, which of course brought our lunch with you to mind and conversation. It was so much fun that we cancelled our second night’s reservation and went back to repeat the event. We had oysters, crab cakes, calmari, fresh fish, mussels, and crab, all in small but delicious portions. What fun!

      I look forward to hearing about the surprising coincidence of Covetotop and the Cathars. You are a good friend and we miss you.

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