There is such a this as too much SatC2 I mean, you knew that already, right? Photograph: Allstar/ Warner/ Sportsphoto Ltd
14 You can watch Sex and the City 2 too many times
Where we learned it The Worst Idea of All Time
A lot of age, effort and fund, specially coin, went into making this film, says Guy Montgomery. Weve just opened up the most disgusting can of worms. Theres no need to watch SatC2 because he and Tim Batt have done it more than 50 experiences for the sake of their podcast( they did the same with Grow up 2 ). Mirandas nanny Magda is a spy who is gradually poisoning her, Charlotte is the other one and the whole thing is crying out for the various kinds of dialogue that made the TV serial great.
Other lessons from this podcast We Are Your Friends is next on your hatewatch roster. HV
15 You can have a podcast about a podcast
Where we learned it Slates Serial Spoiler Specials
Slates week-by-week analysis of Serial, 2014 s podcast obsession, is perfect for when everyone you know is listening far too slowly offering storey recaps, whodunnit beliefs and criticisms of the host, Sarah Koenig. Not to mention digging deep down into Reddit rabbit pits about the two cases embraced so far.
Other lessons from this podcast The cow delivery in season two can be seen as an agricultural analogy for the militarys have responded to Bowe Bergdahls disappearance; its almost impossible to delineate a timeline via audio. LH
16 Moby is a CD thief
Where we learned it Heavyweight
Jonathan Goldsteins Heavyweight aims to the tell the stories of people whose lives have taken a wrong turn somewhere. One of these was to reunited his 80 -year-old father with his elder brother before it was too late. Another was to reunite his pal Gregor who is recurred by the moment he loaned a box of Cds to a techno-producer friend. The acquaintance, was, of course, Moby, who expended many of them as the basis for his squillion-selling Play. Gregor doesnt want royalties he only craves his CDs back. And Goldstein facilitates him get them.
Other lessons learned from this podcast Tracking down your institution bullies is an uncomfortable eye-opener( as demonstrated by Julia in episode seven ). HV
17 You can have an -Alist cast in a podcast drama
Where we learned it Homecoming
Although Serial was basically a piece of investigative journalism, its format proved that podcasting didnt need to be limited in its sort. Gimlet Media, a specialist podcasting firm, emerged around the same time as that NPR made and proved its ambitions in the field. Its scripted drama, Homecoming, purported straight for the stars with a shed including Catherine Keener, Star Wars Oscar Isaac and David Schwimmer. The story moves between Keeners personas work at an experimental facility that helps soldiers integrate back into the community and her present-day life as a waitress. There are a lot of cliffhangers helping to tell the story of what happened in between.
Other lessons from this podcast You dont mess with David Schwimmer. As Colin Belfast, he gushes feeling and has the breeze of a humanity on the edge. HV
18, 19, 20 France buys in most of its frogs legs exclusively one person called Oscar has triumphed an Oscar Donald, Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck were more reprinted comic book references( that arent superheroes) of all time
Where we learned it Answer Me This !
Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann( plus Martin the soundman) solve listeners inquiries on a fortnightly basis with questions arraying from the practical to the ethical to the foolish. Suffice to say, you will learn more listening to them while doing the washing up than from Heart FM. You will likewise learn that drunken voicemails are welcome, especially from Dave from Smethwick and Graham from Canada.( Its Oscar Hammerstein II, by the direction .) LH
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