Tag: Shannon Rogers

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 101

July 25, 20120 Comments

Fresh off our 100th episode it’s time to get behind the microphones and started on the next hundred! On today’s episode we had nothing really planned out and decided to just go out on a wing and a prayer. The result? Listen for yourself and let us know. On the bench: Shannon: finished up the […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online No. 100!!!

July 6, 20120 Comments

Thank you to all of you who were able to join us live Thursday night July 5, 2012 to celebrate the 100th episode of Wood Talk Online Radio. It’s hard to believe 5 years have come and gone so quickly. And while we weren’t the most diligent hosts, turning out a regular episode for the […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 99

June 15, 20120 Comments

In today’s episode the guys answer listeners’ emails & voicemails that have been stacking up in the inbox for a little while now. We also have a long awaited return of Tom Iovino and a new Tom’s Tips, along with some great conversation about all things woodworking…including the suggestion of a new “Woodworking Improv” show […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 96

April 27, 20120 Comments

On today’s show, we’re talking about our scariest workshop safety moments and answering a couple of emails from you the listener. Around the Web: Microjig Dado splitter Glen Huey visiting the Michigan Woodworkers’ Guild May 19, 2012. PW publishing The Woodwright Shop seasons 1-3 and 20 on DVD and in Shop Class On Demand Listener […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 93

March 16, 20120 Comments

Have a question or topic suggestion? Email Us or call and leave us a voice mail at (623) 242-5180 or Skype us at WoodTalkOnline. What’s on the bench?   Shannon: finished the Queene Anne side table, small bedside stand for wife, Shaker clock for HTS Matt: Broken closet door and a Hock Smoother Marc: Finishing […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 92

February 23, 20120 Comments

Topics Woodworking in America is going to be in two locations this year: Cincinnati, Ohio and Pasadena, California Fine Woodworking is getting into the mix with their own event: Fine Woodworking Live Amazing Kickback Video from NewWoodWorker.com Highland Woodworking’s new web show: The Highland Woodworker Tom’s Tips from Tom Iovino – Using playing cards as […]

Continue Reading »

Mid-January slowdown

January 23, 20120 Comments

No new episode of Matt’s Basement Workshop this week.  January has traditionally been a hard month for me to get new content put together.  The end of the previous year tends to be a little crazy in the Vanderlist household, so this first month of the new year is when we get caught up or […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 91

December 22, 20110 Comments

Email us at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or call and leave us a voice mail at (623) 242-5180 or Skype us at WoodTalkOnline. Topics Today we discuss our 2012 woodworking resolutions. Shannon plans on finally taking a 5-day Windsor Chair class, Matt plans on re-organizing his shop (for the last time??), and Marc plans on doing more client […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 90

October 27, 20111 Comment

Download MP3 [haiku url=”http://www.archive.org/download/WoodTalkOnlineRadio90/WTO_90.mp3″ title=”Wood Talk Online Radio”] Email us at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or call and leave us a voice mail at (623) 242-5180 or Skype us at WoodTalkOnline. Topics Today’s topic is holiday gifts. What we like to make, what people seem to enjoy, and even some of our gift-giving blunders. Email Marc, Matt & […]

Continue Reading »

Wood Talk Online Radio No. 89

October 7, 20110 Comments

Download MP3 [haiku url=”http://www.archive.org/download/WoodTalkOnline89/WTO89.mp3″ title=”Wood Talk Online Radio”] Email us at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or call and leave us a voice mail at (623) 242-5180 or Skype us at WoodTalkOnline. And we’re back! Since Woodworking in America just took place last week, we devote the entire episode to discussing everyone’s impressions of the event. We hear from […]

Continue Reading »

Back to Top