The RTV Podcasts “The RTV Show” is back on the road with episode 7 of the “Spartans” podcast, with the first of four episodes featuring the return of two-time RTE award winner Daniel O’Brien, and the introduction of two new guests for the first time in over three years.
O’Brien joins the show as a guest of honour and he’s joined by comedian/actor/actor Michael McConkey, who was previously in the spotlight for his portrayal of the fictional leader of the Spartan expedition.
Oddly enough, he’s not alone in his excitement.
In the first episode of the RTV show, the pair discuss how much they love the “Battle of the Basses” story, and also how much of it they wanted to tell, before they realised that they’d had to do some thinking and change the narrative.
O”It’s really cool,” O’Connor told RTE.
“I don’t know how to explain it but it’s kind of awesome.
It’s kind to know the history, I suppose.
It’s a real honour, I guess.
The first time we actually went to the Bassing Strait, we just knew it was going to be a tough one.
It was pretty tough, you know, to get to that place.
It just feels like an honour to be in that position.
It makes me feel really good about the whole thing.
I’m very excited about this.
I mean, it’s a really cool story, I’m very happy with the ending, I think, and I’ve been thinking about what the next chapter of this story might be.””
The Battle Of The Bastards” is one of the most popular episodes in the show’s history, with more than 1.5 million views on YouTube.
O’Briens character, Captain Michael O’Donnell, is the protagonist, and he is now on his way to becoming a hero for the past.
In this episode, O’Connor and McConkeys discussion how they got involved with the “battle”, and also discuss the new “battle” movie coming out in March.
“The battle” is based on the novels of Mark Lawrence, written by Robert Jordan.
In it, a battle between two rival armies, led by an old warrior and a young knight, takes place at the very beginning of the world.
In the first book, “The Road of Daggers” , the hero, Othell, is a young man who discovers that he has an inner strength that allows him to overcome the forces of evil.
In this new book, the two are sent to battle against an evil force called the “Black Hand” that has gained power by taking the name “The Bastards”.
In this battle, Oll discovers the strength of his own inner strength and becomes a true hero.
The two heroes must now battle to the death, to save the world from a dark threat that has taken the form of the Black Hand.
Watch “The Battle” episode 7 here: http://youtu.be/yX4X_7zpK5g?t=26m20s”We wanted to make a show that was both funny and emotional, and that was something we felt we could really bring to life and I think we’ve done a pretty good job of that,” McConkosaid.
“We’re excited about doing a new chapter in the ‘Battle Of The Basses’ story, which is a really awesome story, but also something that we’ve always wanted to do,” McConnksaid.
“It’s going to take some time to figure out exactly how we’re going to tell this new chapter of the story and how we’ll tell it, but I think there’s a good chance it’ll be a really fun episode and it’ll also be really fun to listen to.”
The episode also features McConor talking about his time on the “Criminal Minds” series, in which he also played an extremely tough villain, and how the show made him a stronger person.
“That was really tough,” Mcconnor said.
“To be in a show where there was a real character in it that was just kind of a total badass, and who was basically just going to get out of any trouble.
It made me a better person, and it’s one of those things where I feel like, if I’m not doing something right, it makes me a bigger asshole.”
O’Connor said he was looking forward to the new chapter.
“I’ve never really really been into doing an RTE show, and obviously we have the opportunity to do something that I really enjoy, so I think that’s great,” he said.
“And it’s something that’s a bit different, because it’s not about me and my character, it was about being able to look back and be like, ‘