The [i]Civilization[/i] strategy-centric podcast [url=http://thepolycast.net/polycast]PolyCast[/url] ([u]PC[/u]) is currently in its tenth season with more than two-hundred-and-sixty episodes released. During, and only during, the [url=http://thepolycast.net/classic]first season[/url] of [u]PC[/u] was its “Cut!” side series in production, serving as a compilation of cut moments from episode recordings. For the first time since being recorded and produced nine years ago, the editions for Episodes [url=http://thepolycast.net/classic/#episode31]31[/url], [url=http://thepolycast.net/classic/#episode32]32[/url], [url=http://thepolycast.net/classic/#episode28]33[/url] and [url=http://thepolycast.net/classic/#episode34]34[/url] have been released. A combined runtime of 18m33s and featuring at least two of the four original regular co-hosts [url=http://apolyton.net/member.php/2-DanQ]Daniel “DanQ” Quick[/url], [url=http://apolyton.net/forums/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=4367]Wouter “Locutus” Snijders[/url], [url=http://apolyton.net/forums/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=597]Imran “Imran Siddiqui” Siddiqui[/url] and [url=http://apolyton.net/member.php/22677-Makahlua]”Makahlua”[/url], they are the last of these episodic productions to be released.
Beginning in October 2006, [url=http://thepolycast.net/polycast]PolyCast[/url] has been a bi-weekly audio production in an ongoing effort to give the [i]Civ[/i] community an interactive voice on game strategy; since 2011, its has been [url=http://www.youtube.com/user/thepolycast/live]recorded live[/url] before a listening audience every other Saturday. Listeners are encouraged to [url=https://twitter.com/thepolycast]follow the show[/url] on Twitter, and [url=http://www.youtube.com/user/thepolycast]check out[/url] the YouTube channel for caption capability. Its two-hundred-and-sixty-ninth episode is set to be released on [u]November 19th, 2016[/u].