#1 Edited by DarknessMyOldFriend (257 posts) -

I love this podcast so much.

And I thought I was stoked by Beyond 2000.

#2 Posted by DarknessMyOldFriend (257 posts) -

Oh, crap, new yankee workshop is the one with the guy from This Old House.

But I watched this one constantly as well, whatever it was called.

#3 Posted by JaredA (832 posts) -

I haven't listened to the new Bombcast yet, but I'm pretty sure the guy on the promo image is Roy Underhill from The Woodright's Shop. I use to watch that show all the time with my family(it's still going, I believe). Woodworking looks so satisfying...

#4 Edited by Demoskinos (15157 posts) -

Hello everyone its Tueeuuuuuuuuuusday and this is the Woodworking hour with me your host Vinny Caravella!

#5 Posted by joshwent (2353 posts) -

But I watched this one constantly as well, whatever it was called.

The Woodwright's Shop. Roy Underhill is a hero.

#6 Posted by Dethfish (3697 posts) -

Are you *puppy* kidding me

#7 Posted by DarknessMyOldFriend (257 posts) -

@jareda said:

I haven't listened to the new Bombcast yet, but I'm pretty sure the guy on the promo image is Roy Underhill from The Woodright's Shop. I use to watch that show all the time with my family(it's still going, I believe). Woodworking looks so satisfying...

Yes, of course, thank you.

The one where he makes the little box out of the wood grown around a quarter? Fantastic.

Wooworking can be incredibly satisfying. My Dad did custom woodworking and I used to work with him during summers. Too many people have no idea how to actually create something in a physical space, retail jobs just can't compare.

#8 Edited by zombiepenguin9 (529 posts) -

My Dad built cabinets and furniture when I was younger. I grew up watching these shows with him on PBS... man, this takes me back!

I definitely think it'd be cool to get into woodworking at some point. The ability to make something useful for yourself or your family is a really appealing idea.