Summary: From the awesome guys down at ..::XANA::.. CREATIONS, and the producers of the mindless FRIDAY NIGHT TECH SHOW, comes another radio show that is surely lacking in political correctness, while continuing to be interesting, fun, and entertaining. FurCast is created and hosted by the analytical furry lifestyling Paradox, the artisticly obsessed Mattox, and philosophical realist Fayroe. It all comes live on-air right here, thanks to the XANA Broadcasting Network as well as several syndicated furry broadcasting networks across the globe. You can tune in live on our website to both video and audio feeds, download each episode for free from our archive, subscribe to our podcast RSS feed, or even find us on iTunes for a plethora of insane furry related banter, fuzzy co-hosts, and the most insane IRC chat room you'll ever be in.
A chill roundup followed by a discussion about NFC's fursuiting policy after the break.
We dive into an intense story hour, followed by a surprise call with Boozy.
Gonna be honest, we weren't happy with how this episode turned out in the end. That's why the next episode will be published with this one. Good roundup though!
Luke is bad at judging warmth. Anyway, huge roundup!
Well this ended up being a bit of a long one, but we had fun. :3
Neeko wasn't here so we turned him into a soundboard. We read some average news and then get to a good email discussion.
Some news roundup and then it gets weird especially the part where we put slime on Aureo's face.
Back from MFF 2019 we go over all our con stories, spread out over a big roundup.
We churn through a chunky bit of news just before MFF 2019.
We run through a decent bit of news, then Fayroe and Aureo have a Taco Tantrum.
A short one this week, some roundup and discussion.
We discuss possibly being sponsored, followed by the usual off-track news.
Overrun with cats, we do a short roundup then get side tracked a lot.
The audience votes for our trashy pumpkin carvings, plus lots of news.
A deer guest joins us for a chunky roundup, lots of fun stories, plus a followup interview with Artconomy.