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We’re so excited to launch the BV Magazine podcast! Months in the planning, weeks in the making… and we’ve found two perfect local voices in Jenny Devitt and Terry Bennett.

Not to replace the magazine – never that – the podcast is simply a ‘best bits’. Because we totally understand as a digital publication that no matter how good the content, sometimes reading on your screen isn’t practical. But if you don’t want to sit and read a magazine on your screen right now, maybe you do enjoy listening while you’re baking, driving, knitting, gardening, crafting, walking … and now we’re here for you!

If you’re a podcast fan, then you can step right in – just look for ‘BV Magazine’ on your favourite platform (we’re still waiting on Google to approve us, but we should be everywhere else, including Apple, Spotify, Alexa and TuneIn), or just hit play above.

I don’t know what a Podcast is!

If you’re not even sure what a podcast is – fear not. It’s simply an audio version of the magazine – like an audiobook, which you can start, pause and stop, and listen to whenever and wherever it suits you.
And it’s super easy if you’ve never done it before – no need to go anywhere special, no need for special programmes on your computer or apps on your phone or tablet. The easiest way is to simply use headphones with your phone, or just prop up your iPad nearby, turn up the volume and press play below. Then simply get on while Jenny & Terry talk you through the latest BV stories.

We’re still working on the format, so do let us know what you think. In the meantime – we hope you enjoy episode one!


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