New additions to the book with the famous words "Don't Panic" on the cover. Smart and funny, fusing real-world observation with a writing style Douglas Adams fans have sorely missed.
With each topic, the panel of authors and performers present an essay in the style of a Hitchhiker's Guide entry, which is then discussed in a format that fans of BBC radio comedy know well, but with a 21st century twist.
Whether you've only read the first book, seen the film, or are completely new to the world of Arthur Dent and his friends, Beware of the Leopard will make you chuckle, and if you're a really cool frood, you'll love the team's attention to detail. And if you're new our podcast, check out our previous season in which the team discussed every known thing in Douglas Adams' sprawling universe (or the Whole Sort of General Mishmash, as it's known).
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Holidays
Mark, Danny, and the Jons get away from it all.
Christmas in the Shack
Danny, Mark, and the Jons present their Christmas special.
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting it all done.
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting a good night's rest.
Towel Day 2021
Mark, Danny, and the Jons present the worst bits of Beware of the Leopard.
Birthdays and ageing
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting on in years.
Look - I don't know a great deal about Adams' work beyond the first book, the radio series and the 00's film, but if I did - I'd get a great deal more from this podcast.
That's not to say I don't get anything, though. It's a top-tier podcast, high production values, likeable people (a big plus) who know their stuff and it's engaging. Could you ask for more?
It's become my go-to.
The guide says…
The HitchHiker’s Guide to the Galaxy describes the Beware of the Leopard podcast as really quite funny in places.