Ad, Bob, Mark & Rosie's Twin Peaks podcast. Art, storytelling, and the magical lodge-ics of Frost and Lynch.
[UNLOCKED] The Bookhouse Bloke episode 0
Hey Peaks people - I am unlocking the old episodes of the Bookhouse Bloke one-by-one. It's a book club for all the Twin Peaks books, starting with Mark Frost's The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
This is the audio-only of the zero'th episode, where we just talk about the cover and dustjacket and inidicia and stuff. Yep, we're taking it reeeeallly slowwwww...
For the uh, 'best experience', head on over to the free video version here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/56769315
[UNLOCKED] Black Lodge/White Noise
Marking the fifth anniversary of the death of David Bowie with a trip into the Patreon archives.
What the heck-damn happened to The Thin White Spook after he bounces out of Gordon Cole's office in Fire Walk With Me?
Although our Bob failed to predict a certain kettle-metamorphosis, the themes and method here stand up pretty well...
Link to the playlist over on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/posts/black-lodge-11278635
Twin Peaks Episode 45 in detail - The past dictates the future
We get lost in the woods and meet ourselves coming back the other way.
Title music: https://jerrylaflim.bandcamp.com
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[UNLOCKED] The Bookhouse Bloke: What about BOB?
A free episode marking the holy week of Deep Christmas and the end of 2021. It's Mark Frost's the Secret History of Twin Peaks and the point where speculative prehistory melts into that TV show you like.
Apologies for the sound quality issues. Expect:
• Welsh Americans, petty poets and the tiny giants of Moundville
• The hidden illuminati plot against Merriwether Lewis
• The oratorical genius and historical tragedy of Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it
• Liver-Eating Leo Johnson
• Ben Horne vs BOB
The Bookhouse Bloke: Everything outside
Here in The Bookhouse, we like to take long long looks at the Twin Peaks books. We're starting before the beginning: everything outside Mark Frost's The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
Cosy up with the full episode over here.
The Waiting Room
The town of Twin Peaks rests on a deeper landscape of red curtains, chevrons and an atmosphere of expectancy, desire and danger. What is the space that sits behind normal life, and once we’re there, how do we leave?
Leslie H Tepper, Chief Janice George, and Willard Joseph (2017) Salish Blankets: Robes of Protection and Transformation, Symbols of Wealth. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska press Richard Martin (2014) The Archiecture of David Lynch. Bloomsbury Academic Akira Mizuta Lippit (2012) David Lynch's Secret Passages. Flow Journal https://www.flowjournal.org/2012/02/david-lynchs-secret-passages Title music https://jerrylaflim.bandcamp.com
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The best Twin Peaks podcast
Rosie, Adam, Mark and Bob have such incredible knowledge of the programme, and their discussions are always full of insight, as well as being incredibly funny. Essential listening for any Twin Peaks fan!
Essential Twin Peaks listening
Not only is this a brilliant, witty, engaging and highly intelligent podcast about one of the most seminal shows ever made; it is also something that you can revisit over and over in the same way you would an audiobook about the show.
The episodes are always thoughtfully constructed, entertaining and insightful throughout and you can listen to the entire series in sequence from the very first one and always find something new or interesting to think about.
It’s 100% essential to listen to alongside any rewatch but also highly enjoyable to engage with whenever, because the team are genuinely so knowledgable and passionate about the show that you cannot help but be excited and intrigued all over again.
I listen to a lot of podcasts and have listened to all of the Twin Peaks ones out there and this is the best one hands down as well as being the one I just go back to for comfort listening over and over. It’s genuinely superb.
Single-handedly rescued my ability to engage with popular culture
That’s it. That’s the review.