I’m a little late in getting round to promoting this week’s episode of the Thomas McNab podcast, but I have a worthy excuse… I was born with an illness, jerks! Some days I feel worse than other days. What do you want me to say? I’m supposed to be attending lots of lovely film screenings, but I’m not feeling one-hundred up to it, so my goal of seeing forty films is already out of the question. That devastates me, but I need to take it easy. Hence, my lapsed promotion.

So, this week’s episode is all about My Friends – literally. It’s a song I wrote when I was eight-years-old, and you’ll hear me sing a bit of it in the podcast, but as a bonus treat for you dedicated blog readers, here’s the original recording from when I was ten-years-old.

The other 39 minutes of the podcast is me recalling dreams I had that night, past film festivals, struggles getting out of the house, people’s perceptions of me, and my experiences making friends.

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Posted on November 7, 2014, in Hospital, Leeds Film Festival, Music, Posts, Site Updates, Videos. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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