The Al Morton Podcast

Don’t have time to sit in front of a screen? You could be out exercising, cleaning the house or walking the dog? But why not also take this opportunity to be amazed at how much more you can achieve, whilst going about your day. Let me introduce you to the world of podcasts and in particular The Al Morton Podcast. It’s FREE…

Either follow the links to my podcast site here where you can listen to me chat about Spain, writing and dealing with life’s vicissitudes, or you can stream them directly from the embedded player at the bottom of this page. The podcasts are free from grovelly advertising (except for my books and the Talk Radio Europe Interview with Hannah Murray). I plan to upload at least one episode a month. That’s the plan. You have to have a plan!

The podcasts focus on life-hacks, the differences between the UK and Spanish culture, my perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic as well as a wry look at the architects of Brexit. Later recordings include guitar anecdotes (I play a short guitar piece at the end) plus I reveal a few writing tips; including my own experiences of getting a book into print and promoting it. Get ready to be amazed. You can also follow me on Twitter @almorton2 and Instagram @almorton_author. There is a Facebook page Al-Morton because, well you know… we all have them. See you on the other side, if we manage to avert human extinction in the meantime.

PS: If you pause the podcast and it asks you to download the App, just reload the page and resume where you left off. Allow a few seconds for the system to catch up; we don’t have quantum servers yet. 🙂

Latest Podcast is Aardvarks – Episode 7 and is brought to you live from the bridge of the Tory Party Death Star. Lord Vader makes plans for the devolved regions and Priti Patel gives a fulsome apology for not bullying. Princess Nut Nut topples the mighty Dominic Cummings and Boris Johnson becomes the new Christmas Grinch. We learn about Aardvark husbandry in Spain and the age limit to avoid choking on seedless grapes at New Year. Finally, Catworld goes global with record sales of my thriller, Permissive Ink.