Sarah and Nathan Ditum talk about the things they have seen, read, written and played each week.
Hold Me, Steve
This week's big question is: if a tree falls in the woods, are you banging your own mum? But before that: Avengers Infinity War, and Netflix series The Rain.
Episode 53: An Army of Thatues
Sarah and Nathan saw Mary Stuart at the Theatre Royal Bath, and Nathan saw a lot of films on a plane - some of which were not terrible. Plus, Age of Answers!
Episode 052: Ready Player Bum
Don't say we didn't warn you. Ready Player One is really, really bad, so it sucks to be Sarah who only got to see that this week. Better times for Nath who also saw Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark with live soundtrack, meaning that we can delve into the mysteries of good Spielberg vs poor Spielberg. There's no Age of Answers this week because there were, shockingly, NO QUESTIONS - make us happy and send us some!
Episode 51: God of Woof
Why is the new Lara Croft movie like a plastic cup? Can a family annihilating demigod achieve character development? And just how should a person be? All these questions and more (including the ones you put to us in Age of Answers via the email below) WILL be answered in this amazing episode of The Mispronounced Item.
Episode 50: Hoist By Our Own Wetard
We're back from Seattle, and here we are with the aural equivalent of your neighbours coming over with the slides from their holiday. This week: things we learned in Seattle (mostly about aircraft, please trust us that this is very interesting), Annihilation the book and the film, Ursula Le Guin's Left Hand of Darkness, and (of course) THE AGE OF ANSWERS.
Episode 49: All Good Examples
We went to see Flight of the Conchords! It was great! We listened to loads of Britpop on the way! It was... variable! We watched Murder on the Orient Express! It was exactly what we hoped for! And Nathan has been playing Burnout Paradise Remastered! It has been consuming!
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I love this podcast - really wide ranging discussions of culture (books, movies, games, TV etc) which are always very informative and interesting. Both Sarah and Nathan always give me new insights on culture I have consumed so many times before and turn me on to new stuff all the time (it honestly makes me start a book club at times 🙂 or start writing essays on my favourite shows and books!). In particular, their passion and inquisitive approach makes for really fascinating discussion and they both seem really nice folk too. Thanks both and keep up the good work 🙂
Commuting got a little easier
Sarah and Nathan's banter is a fun thing to listen to on the way too and from work. Easily digestible content, large range of topics and sincerity with a laugh. Found this from watching PS Access - twitter - a tweet about the podcast. Love the show, hope this podcast keeps going for a long time.
Only feedback is that your voices can be quiet in places for a few minutes at a time.
Interesting and giggly. So good to listen to these two; I'm often laughing my head off in work as I listen but lack their erudite way of explaining why to my confused colleagues.