Here it is two years late, thankfully not too late, and I finally ran across this podcast. I was searching around for new audio drama to listen to after We're Alive: Lockdown finished; which is what all fans do when K C Wayland leaves us high and dry between productions. Relevant, interesting, and smart to say the least. If you ever had a yen to know the how-of-it-all in the creation process of the shows you love, and with an inspirational aspect as well, this podcast is simply IT. I may have stumbled across this little beauty by accident, but I'm so happy I did. In one of their more recent episodes Matthew said the above line "every day's a school day." It may be a normal thing they say across the Atlantic, but it rang loudly with me. I want it on a T-shirt. It also doesn't hurt that the two hosts of the show (Matthew and Robert) have accents that I can listen to all day long. "Wee" as in tiny and "ya ken" as in you know makes me smile and keep on listening. They offer valuable, in-depth information, from varied sources along with fantastic interviews of the players in the field of audio drama. Their show can help you hear podcasts with a different ear, develop your own audio drama, of course, or perhaps you'll hear just that one new thing you hope to learn every day. Bravo guys and I hope you enjoy doing what you're doing as much as I dig listening. Keep up the great work.