Episode 20: Inbetween Fade Street and the Fringe
A somewhat lowkey cast this time around. It had been a trying week for both of us but at least television was there to light the way!
Onwards and upwards!
02m52s Neither myself nor Rosemary understand the obsession with 3D TV. As she says we see people in 3D all day every day
04m04s While our TV was broke we watched stuff on RTÉ Player
and on 4OD
04m21s We discuss a report on Hulu
report. Hulu is an online platform for watching TV content, generated a record 1.1 billion US unique ad views in October 2010, to comScore Video Metrix data.
05m45s Both of us wish that they would mix up the ads on 4OD
08m41s Recession? What recession? We also got a new fridge so I hope it’s not upsetting our listeners.
09m14s Rosemary announces that we will be running a poll every week. I wonder if that’s a job I can delegate to her…
Bill Paxton and Chloe Sevigny and Ginnifer Goodwin and Jeanne Tripplehorn
10m28s Rosemary has been watching and loving Big Love as has one of our Facebook fans Lizzy McGlynn
18m37s It was kind of inevitable but we had to discuss Fade Street
. Brace yourselves
26m21s Our final verdict on Fade Street
26m32s What is awesome is this
according to Rosemary. I tend not to agree to be honest.
27m14s We move on to a programme about young people that is actually entertaining
30m 27s Our verdict on The InBetweeners? Watch it. Now. No excuses. Here’s a link.
It is brill
33m08s A conversation ensues about the pronunciation of niche
34m59s I have also watched 6 episodes of The Event
which is not filling the Lost void in my life
36m20s Fade Street gets another mention. We discuss how nicely produced it is, how we’re happy to see Irish TV trying different formats and how great Dublin looks in it
37m49s We plan to discuss boxsets on the next podcast so let us know
which you want for Christmas