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Ad, Bob, Mark & Rosie's Twin Peaks podcast. Art, storytelling, and the magical lodge-ics of Frost and Lynch.

Diane: Entering the town of Twin Peaks Adam Stewart

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 114 Ratings

Ad, Bob, Mark & Rosie's Twin Peaks podcast. Art, storytelling, and the magical lodge-ics of Frost and Lynch.

    Eleven Past Midnight 3: The Taking of Princess Peach

    Eleven Past Midnight 3: The Taking of Princess Peach

    This time on EPM we're jumping on over to the Mushroom Kingdom to investigate the multiple abductions of Princess Peach. The Princess is always in another castle, but why? Join us for mushroom-men, goblins on zeppelins, and the sexy secrets of our favourite gaming triad.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Eleven Past Midnight 2: The Wayne Murders

    Eleven Past Midnight 2: The Wayne Murders

    This time on Eleven Past Midnight we have finally found a way to devote an entire hour to Batman, as we peer into the origin story of the darkest city in fiction. Please join us for situationism, traumatic returns, and the justice of the Goths.  

    • 56 min
    EPM1: The Siege of Nakatomi Plaza

    EPM1: The Siege of Nakatomi Plaza

    Hello and welcome to Eleven Past Midnight, new show from team Diane where we investigate fictional crimes. Our first case is a festive spectacular, as we uncover the secret truths lurking in the Christmas crime caper Die Hard. Join us for heroic catharsis, midwinter bloodbaths, and the stink of conspiracy. Yippy-ki-yay listeners, it's great to be back.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Twin Peaks Episode 44 in detail - No Knock, No Doorbell

    Twin Peaks Episode 44 in detail - No Knock, No Doorbell

    We reexamine Part 16 of Twin Peaks Season 3.

    Jerry Horne leaves the woods, Audrey Horne leaves her dream, and Cooper is finally leaving Las Vegas.

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    • 1 hr 30 min
    Twin Peaks Episode 43 in detail - There's Some Fear in Letting Go

    Twin Peaks Episode 43 in detail - There's Some Fear in Letting Go

    We reexamine Part 15 of Twin Peaks Season 3.

    Thresholds are at issue as Phillip Jeffries drops the body, Margaret Lanterman passes into the night and Nadine finally let's go of high school

    We answer the big question: Do ZZ Top hold the key to unlocking Twin Peaks?

    Title music by Strangers From Birth https://strangersfrombirth.bandcamp.com/

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    • 1 hr 39 min
    Twin Peaks Episode 42 in detail - We Are Like the Dreamer

    Twin Peaks Episode 42 in detail - We Are Like the Dreamer

    It's Twin Peaks Season 3 Part 14, friends, and we're packing sandwiches for a trip to Jack Rabbit's Palace. 

    Gordon's had another Monica Bellucci dream, Freddie's stuck with his glove and Andy pays a visit to the Fireman.  

    Title music by Strangers From Birth (https://strangersfrombirth.bandcamp.com/)

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    • 1 hr 8 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
114 Ratings

114 Ratings

Illogical Volume ,

Single-handedly rescued my ability to engage with popular culture

That’s it. That’s the review.

BRISTOLUKfan ,

Great detail but very pretentious presenters

Brilliant detail
Interesting content and excellent level of research.
Presenters clearly passionate about the show.
However...the presenters come across as super pretentious and use twenty words when 5 will do and use very high brow and pretentious language. ITS JUST A MADE UP TV SHOW. It’s not real!

But overall a bloody brilliantly listen!

MSJW100 ,

My go-to podcast

This is the most insightful and generous podcast about Twin Peaks, with its four presenters demonstrating exactly how such a show should be discussed - openly, lovingly and with an accommodating approach that welcomes the perspectives of those around them. The level of knowledge and research is impeccable, the eloquence of presentation of ideas is exemplary, and the camaraderie of the hosts shines through. I have signed on as a Patreon - the first time I have ever done so - because I can’t get enough, and because this podcast deserves any bit of support we can provide. Amazing stuff - it has gotten me through this difficult period of lockdown.

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