PCDU Episodes:

Here is a full list of all PCDU Episodes since #1 back in 2009. Click on a title to visit the episode page & download or listen to the episode from there.

PCDU Episode 5: Jet Lag Recovery

Steve’s back from his trip to the USA and, despite some jet lag woes, he’s in the recording studio and the banter is flowing in our longest episode yet. Sadly, the first 15 minutes sound like Grant’s testing NASA’s new Interplanetary Internet and experiencing a really crappy connection. Not to worry, it soon clears up and the rest of the episode quite clearly reveals our usual commentary on this week’s local aviation news stories, including the following topics:

3 comments to PCDU Episode 5: Jet Lag Recovery

  • First of all, the cash never got here to the states you two. I’m from Illinois – yes Chicago – where EVERYONE pays to get anything done they tell me. So get on this!

    Next, I’ve been meaning to tell you how much I enjoy your show. As usual we were chatting about you guys on Airplane Geeks yesterday. Listeners actually tell us – gulp – that they like you guys. But don’t let it go to your heads.

    BTW, what is that marvelous music that you use at the start of the show?

  • Sorry about that Rob…I left the battered suitcase under a small park bench near the river in Little Rock…trust me!! We should’ve started this thing two years ago – I was in Chicago in 2007!

    The music track is called “YouNameIt5” by Brian Simpson (aka t3cat5) and was sourced from http://www.soundsnap.com You can find it there in the music loops category. The track on its own is quite catchy, but I added the didgeridoo sounds to the start to give it a more Aussie feel, and also the aircraft sounds for obvious reasons. It took a lot of tweaking, but I was happy with the result. If you’d like a copy of the track, I can send it to you – just let me know.

    Thanks for the continued support – we really appreciate it.



  • Steve, love the fun spat back and forth about the cash for Mark. Other than that, keep up the good work on the podcast which I enjoy listening too. Take care

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