Ro and Rick talk about the third SG1 episode, Emancipation.
From London to Baltimore, rioting often occurs as a consequence of the public making their voices heard. However, the aftermath often focuses on the damage done to property, rather than the damage done to people.
Borne from the reductive and simplistic analysis of the riots in Britain in 2011, Emteaz Hussain’s sophomore play, Blood (a co-production from Tamasha Theatre and Belgrade Theatre Coventry) is a riposte to such harmful discourse, by highlighting the nation’s youth – who are often vilified (more so if you’re a person of colour) – as fully-rounded people. (more…)
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Time for another thought experiment! Taking the most popular episodes from 2005 onwards (as of the time of recording), Emma and Mike try and think up some Classic Who episodes to suggest New Who-favouring viewers might want to try out.
Jakob and Mandi go for a drive on Fury Road.
We attempt to do a tech news show when there’s none. We’ve done it before and we’ll do it again.
We’re back talking about The X Files. You really should be picking this stuff up from the title of the episode. You know why I don’t like doing shownotes? It’s because I know you’re better than that.
In which our heroes talk too much. You might be looking forward to this. You might be thinking a discussion of Age of Ultron is up your alley. I have this to say to you, dear listener. You could watch the movie in less time than we take to talk about it.
Even sleep-deprived and cognitively at half-speed, Jason destroys when it comes time for Kevin to host the show. Try Kev’s trivia games, cooked up with the black arts: There are Pass the Bluff, Hot Seat, and IMDB Bingo games this week, plus a special segment featuring our youngest contestant yet!