The Python Show Podcast is something that I have thought about creating for several years. I have had several people tell me or ask me if I would do a podcast.
Of course, the problem with creating a podcast is choosing your niche. I don’t want to sound like everyone else. On the other hand, my blog, Mouse vs Python, has been popular and different enough that many people from around the world have found it helpful.
So I decided that I was overthinking things. My passion has been and will continue to be around Python programming. It makes sense for my podcast to also be about Python.
Creating a Different Podcast
The main difference you’ll find in my podcast is that I plan to do a mix of formats. Some episodes will be hosted solo. They will, in effect, be a monologue about whatever Python, tech, or content creation topic I want to talk about at that time.
Other episodes will feature one or more guests with Q&As , fireside-like chats, or a panel-type talk.
What’s Paid and What’s Not
You’ll notice I have a paid tier for the podcast. The paid tier gives you access to the following:
- Video versions of the podcast (when applicable) before they appear on the YouTube channel
- Videos on this site will not have YouTube ads
- Behind-the-scenes articles and videos
- The highest quality version of the podcast (WAV files)
Where to Listen In
You can find The Python Show on the following websites:
What to Expect in the Future
I am brand new at working with audio files, DAWs, etcetera. I expect the first few episodes will be a little rough around the edges, but as I gain experience, the future episodes will get more and more polished.
I hope you’ll stick around and join me on this new adventure!