evo Issue 148: the podcast

Nick Trott, Chris Harris, Richard Meaden and Harry Metcalfe guide you through evo Issue 148

Evo's first podcast is an 'issue commentary'. Think of a DVD commentary, but with evo staffers talking you through the current issue, providing behind-the-scenes insight into the news, features and road tests that appear in the magazine. Inevitably, when you get the evo team together there will be some added laughs and unprintable (unpodcastable?) stuff too...

If you've bought evo Issue 148, on sale now, this podcast will make sense. If you haven't, we suggest you rush out and buy it now! Then we advise you settle down with a cup of your favourite java, switch off your phone and then listen to Editor Nick Trott, Contributing Editors Chris Harris and Dickie Meaden, and evo's founder Harry Metcalfe discussing the cult of the BMW M3, the return of the Japanese sports car plus the inside information on Mini’s rallying comeback.

Oh, and we are working on a downloadable version – bear with us!

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