The Podcast

 

You can listen to Mark Leveridge's latest monthly podcasts either by clicking on Podbean player which will play the Podcast on this page, or by clicking on the title links.

Click HERE to access all 12 podcasts from 2016 

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Music on the Podcasts comes from www.arthurstead.com


Podcast 52 - April 2017

Putting yourself in the shoes of your close up spectators can be revealing : the Magic Circle ups the ante with its Dealers Day : protecting your website from the 'bad guys' is an ongoing problem : lay people often have misconceptions about the magic world : MLM has now officially become a digital magic hub : what does it mean if you claim to be a 'professional' magician? : long experience can be a double edged sword : the unique attribute that magic has


Podcast 51 - March 2017

Does cramped dealer space reduce sales? : tracking where show enquiries come from and whether they turn into bookings is vital : what do you do when a trick goes wrong? - why this is really an unimportant question : no, not retiring, just a change of the way MLM products are delivered : a reflection on the 'explosion' of lecturers doing the rounds on the UK magic club circuit : why Bark are causing show fees to be pushed down : early influences can shape our magic future


Podcast 50 - February 2017

Reflections on the January 2017 Session Convention in London : Jamie Raven scores well with some radio magic and gives us all something to learn from the way he did it : how ill do you have to be before you will consider backing out of a show booking? : teaching total beginners magic skills in the MLM Academy makes me realise how basic the initial information may need to be : a magic conundrum for commercial close uppers at dinners is revealed : when is the right time to put up your show fees?


Podcast 49 - January 2017

Being a performer means we work when others aren't and prevents us from enjoying our own social lives : having the confidence to change your performing environment can be important to the success of your show : I reflect on the number of magical podcasts that are now available : where will the hand crafted wooden magic props come from in the future? : sometimes we can be unaware of how loud our music or voice amp needs to be : audio books provide an interesting way to learn : are the days of the general theatrical agent numbered as the internet provides bookers with all the info they need?