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This is our Everest, Part Thirty-One: Triangle, 1981 Twohundredpercent

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On this week's This Is Our Everest, your heroes watched Triangle, the BBC's North Sea ferry-based soap opera that was one of Auntie's most high profile disasters. It's a programme so glacially-paced, stupid and confusing that both Edward and Ian watched a second episode independently in the vain hope that they might find out what was going on. Edward has deep misgivings about the food while Ian offers a measured critique of Kate O'Mara's "system" at the roulette table. But if there's something they could both agree on, it's boobs. Everybody likes boobs. If you'd like to see Triangle, you can watch it here. 
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On this week's This Is Our Everest, your heroes watched Triangle, the BBC's North Sea ferry-based soap opera that was one of Auntie's most high profile disasters. It's a programme so glacially-paced, stupid and confusing that both Edward and Ian watched a second episode independently in the vain hope that they might find out what was going on. Edward has deep misgivings about the food while Ian offers a measured critique of Kate O'Mara's "system" at the roulette table. But if there's something they could both agree on, it's boobs. Everybody likes boobs. If you'd like to see Triangle, you can watch it here. 
There’s a bunch of different ways in which you can subscribe to the 200% podcast. You can do so through Spotify, which you can find right here, whilst the podcast RSS feed is here and you can subscribe through Itunes here.
And finally, a humble request. These podcasts take a lot of effort to write, record and release, and we would be extremely grateful for your financial support, in whatever way you can manage. We have our Redbubble shop, for the sartorially minded amongst you, and subscribe through joining us on Patreon. We even now have a Kofi button on the site, so do feel free to send us whatever you’re able to.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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