Hello magical friends and welcome to WZRD Radio! I’m your hostwitch Bess, and today I’m talking with a dear friend, Didi of Chasitherin! You’ve heard him on Hut on the Wrock, the Sampler, and the ‘Pedia Comp Club, now we get to talk to the man himself.
Well, not now-now.
First we get into the appropriate headspace by listening to some music.
This is “Gryffindor Bias” by my very own Slytherspouse.
Hello magical friends! Especially Nancy, the newest member of the WZRD Patreon, whose support lets me do these interviews. I’m your hostwitch Bess and today I’m talking to Slytherpuff! It’s good to see such strong inter-house cooperation, don’t you think?
I also need to notes that I had significant technical difficulties this week, so while I’ve done my best, the sound quality is a little strange in the second half of the interview. Fortunately, it’s just on my end so you’ll be able to enjoy Slytherpuff just fine.
Hello magical friends and welcome to Episode 32 and, coincidentally, the first episode of my birthday month! I’m your hostwitch Bess and I’m really looking forward to seeing what cake Molly Weasley whips up.
But there’s still a bit of time before then, so how about some music?
We’re starting the show off with the Dumbledore’s Army Band and “Freedom is Only a Hippogriff Away.”
Hello magical friends! Especially Leah, the newest member of the WZRD Radio patron, whose support lets me do these interview episodes.
Today I’m super excited to be talking with Stacy Santiago Pisani and John Pisani of Swish and Flick! The energy and Slytherin Pride they brought to wizard rock is legendary. If you’ve never heard of them before, you’re in for a real treat.
But first—the music. We’re kicking it off today with “Our Love is Magic” by Dandy Decadence.
Hello magical friends, especially my WZRD Radio patrons whose support not only makes these episodes possible, but who have enabled me to make our first donation to the Yes All Witches grant this month!
I’m your hostwitch Bess and today’s special guest is Ariel Factor Birdoff of Madam Pince and the Librarians. In “Rogue Librarian” she overthrew both The Author and Dewey of the decimal system so it’s safe to say she’s got a lot going on.
We’ll dig into that in a minute, but first we’ve got some music to play! First up is “I’m Neville Longbottom” by Luna Wants a Long Bottom.