The Story of John Roderick

This wiki is a structured compilation of all the fascinating stories and random bits and pieces that John Roderick talks about on his podcasts. This page is an unofficial fan site and is in no way affiliated with John himself or any of his co-hosts. I try to keep up with the current episodes of his regular podcasts and I am also working on the back catalog as time permits. The content is organized by topic with a table of contents for each episode, because it makes it much easier to read up on a certain aspect or follow one of the stories as a whole that were originally narrated over multiple episodes.

Since building this website is a major effort, some episodes might still be in draft status where they don't have external links included and are not yet divided into topics, but at least the content is searchable. I am not currently looking for contributions, but feel free to contact the ten.gnilmeor|nehcoj#renwo etisbew for feedback about the usefulness of this site or about factual mistakes. Suggestions for notable back-catalog episodes to cover next are always welcome!

In Episode 110 of Roadwork, Dan and John talk about this website. See their discussion together with my commentary here.

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John's regular podcasts

* Roderick on the Line - Official website: Roderick on the Line, cited as RLxxx
* Roadwork - Official website: Roadwork, cited as RWxxx
* Omnibus - Official website: Omnibus Project, cited as OMxxx
* Friendly Fire - Official website: Friendly Fire, cited as FFxx

Other resources

* Guest appearances on other podcasts
* Articles by John or about John in various online-publications
* Roderick on the Line Listening Guide by Brett Chalupa

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Current episodes have priority over adding the back-catalog or sorting the content into topics. New material is usually posted in batches of four to six weeks. It might seem like nothing is happening over several week, but then a lot of episodes are released all at the same time. This is due to the two-part process of note-taking and editing an episode before the first draft can be published. It is much more effective if there is some time in between those two parts and there are always up to 25 episodes in the flow at the same time behind the scenes.

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