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F1 podcast transcripts - Now you can read what we say, as well as listen to our thoughts

Published by Mr. C

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I would like to take up a moment of your time if I may. Betwixt you catching up with F1 news and having a life. It's only for a bit of shameless promotion, but I wanted to give a shout out for the huge amount of hard work Christine has been putting into our podcast transcripts recently.

If you're new here, or if you've been around awhile but haven't been paying attention, you might be interested to learn that Sidepodcast produces text transcripts for every single podcast we produce. That includes the weekly show, the videos, and each and every episode of F1 Minute.

You've almost certainly seen the transcripts for F1 Minute audio, because the words spoken form the body of each post. But tucked away at the bottom of every other video / audio page, is a link to a PDF file containing all that's been said.

We also list the transcripts next to each episode on the archives page, in both HTML and PDF format, and provide a dedicated transcript feed, should you not want to miss a single word.

Creating these texts is a laborious task, and Christine has spent more than her fair share of hours listening to her own voice. It's all worth it though, here are just a few examples of what makes these things so fabulous:

  • You can find specific topics mentioned, using the search box on this site. Transcripts can be searched like any other post.
  • If you're hard of hearing (or can't fathom our accents), then you can follow along with each episode.
  • You can link to specific content within an episode, making sharing much more straightforward.
  • Text can easily be translated into other languages.

As far as I know, we're the only Formula 1 podcast to provide transcriptions (if there are others please let us know), and if you've not had a peek already, feel free to look around. If, for no other reason, than to marvel at the sheer dedication involved in creating them all.

12th century monks have nothing on Ms. Blachford.