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Welcome to Radio Free Mid-World, a podcast examination of the Dark Tower series of books by Stephen King. Every other week, a panel of hosts will discuss these books that merge fantasy, sci-fi, and western themes... outlining the quest of the last Gunslinger to reach the Dark Tower.

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    • 5.0, 73 Ratings

Welcome to Radio Free Mid-World, a podcast examination of the Dark Tower series of books by Stephen King. Every other week, a panel of hosts will discuss these books that merge fantasy, sci-fi, and western themes... outlining the quest of the last Gunslinger to reach the Dark Tower.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

Sluggo is Chris ,

Sluggo reborn

Hello, I’m late to these podcasts but they are awesome. A coworker steered me to them when he saw my “All things serve the Beam” lunch bag. My only criticism is that you all need
to stop apologizing for the dated language from the 60s 70s 80s. We all know it’s not you guys saying these things. Al in all keep up the great work. Thank ye Sai.

Gamecockfan1001 ,

Late to the party.

I think this is great. New to the duck feed stuff but I’m loving it

Jon Father ,

Another Classic Podcast by Duckfeed

Duckfeedtv brings another fantastic podcast. I’ve been listening to Butterfield and Ross talk about video games for over two years at this point and have enjoyed listening to them and their guests across various productions as they have held their palaver on all sorts of media and topics. As one of King’s Constant Readers, I felt ashamed for not having read any of The Dark Tower novels. After finally taking the plunge, I became fascinated with the adventures and the worlds surrounding and connecting to Roland and his ka-tet. I only wished I had a Duckfeed-esque discussion to listen to. To my surprise, I stumbled upon this after typing in a hopeful query. Ross and Co. explore the series section by section, setting aside an entire season for each volume and even tackling the many connected King works in the off-season between. As usual, the conversation is full of trivia, insightful analysis, and that geeky humor I’ve come to expect and love. If you’re looking to read the series and want a companion, experiencing it in well-paced episodic chunks with a healthy resistance to spoilers seasoned with a dash of foreshadowing, then Ross has you covered. If the Duckfeed crew are reading this, thank you for scratching this itch of mine and keep up the amazing work.

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