Looking to keep abreast of what is happening on Lard Island? well, here’s a new way to do so with the Lardy Oddcast, a semi-regular show hosted by international wargaming celebrity and well known washing-line Commando, Sidney Roundwood. This show, recorded in the Lard Island Broadcasting Studios on London’s Drury Lane, focusses on telling us what we can expect in future and talking to the two men behind TooFatLardies, Richard Clarke and Nick Skinner, and asking them to give their view on what Lard means to them.
You can join them here to listen to the show in full: Lardy Oddcast One
Please do let us have your questions for Richard, Nick and Sidney so that we can answer them in future Oddcasts.
The books mentioned in this show’s Lard Library were as follows:
The Face of Battle, John Keegan
he also mentioned:
On War by Carl von Clausewitz
Forward into Battle, Paddy Griffiths
The Sharp End of War, John Ellis
The Commentaries of War by Blaise de Montluc
Having spent a lot of summer holidays in Normandy, it is impossible to not feel some kind of affection for the 29th Infantry Division, “The Blue and Gray” as the road from Omaha beach to Carentan and on down to St Lo is littered with plaques marked with their yin yang style badge showing the