We're recording our 3rd LOST podcast on Saturday, and are looking for people to contribute questions and commentary around the latest episode, "Orientation." You can post comments to the site, send us an email or record an audio clip (MP3), that we can include in the show.
LOSTCasts is a podcast that's focused on a deep analysis of the show, and we keep our fingers on the pulse of the online conversation that's happening in these forums and many others. It's a collaborative effort, and we welcome anyone to participate.
The Lostcast Episode 3 is out, better late than never
My sister and I have put to gather a podcast were we talk about the show Lost. We try to think critically about the story and make connects to past shows that will give us the best picture possible. We've just released our third show, it is usually released on Thursday, but had some problems with the recoding and had to do it over again.
You can subscribe to us in iTunes by searching for "The Lostcast" or clicking Here to take you directly to iTunes
The latest episode of LOSTCasts, for "Abandoned", is live. In this latest podcast, we cover the following:
Overall reactions to the show
More about Walt and the whispers (including audio clips Translating both)
More about the Tailenders and their ordeal
Did Ana Lucia kill Shannon?
A possible 3rd hatch being found by Sayid
... and Spoilers
You can download the latest podcast here, or subscribe to us in iTunes here.
The Fuselage is one of the main hangouts for us, and we reference alot of the posting happening here and on other forums.
In case you haven't listened to the podcast yet, we're the most in-depth podcast for theories and speculation surrounding the show. We don't waste time doing recaps, and dig straight into the nitty gritty.
We also are very active in getting listeners to submit comments to the show. If you haven't checked us out yet, visit http://www.lostcasts.com.
If you are a current LOSTCasts subscriber, then tell your friends, post about it on your blog, or post about it on the forums you frequent...
If you haven't listened to our podcast, LOSTCasts, you're missing out on the most in-depth podcast on LOST. We don't waste time with episode recaps. Instead, we dive straight into the kinds of conversations that are happening in the forums, like this one.
Supervising producers/writers Javier Grillo-Marxuach and Leonard Dick offer insights on their work in "Collision," which they wrote. The full episode commentary can be watched along with the episode or on its own.