100 episodes

Telly Visions is a podcast about British television and culture, by people who love British television and culture. A product of WETA’s Telly Visions website, we’re here to dig deep into all the things Anglophiles care about, from period dramas to mysteries to Doctor Who and more.

Telly Visions: The Podcast Telly Visions

    • TV & Film
    • 4.0 • 45 Ratings

Telly Visions is a podcast about British television and culture, by people who love British television and culture. A product of WETA’s Telly Visions website, we’re here to dig deep into all the things Anglophiles care about, from period dramas to mysteries to Doctor Who and more.

    125: The Best of 2022 (So Far)

    125: The Best of 2022 (So Far)

    Somehow, 2022 is halfway over, so the ladies look back at some of the favorite British programs from the year (so far) - from Peaky Blinders and Gentleman Jack to RidleyRoad and This is Going to Hurt. 

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    • 57 min
    124: Hotel Portofino Premiere

    124: Hotel Portofino Premiere

    Contributor Carmen Croghan joins the ladies to discuss the premiere of Hotel Portofino, a lush period drama with a gorgeous setting but deeply uninteresting characters.

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    • 44 min
    123: Becoming Elizabeth

    123: Becoming Elizabeth

    The ladies dig into the new Starz historical drama Becoming Elizabeth, which tells the story of the Tudor queen from a new angle by focusing on her youth---and the other complicated women who were part of her orbit.

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    • 54 min
    122: Summer Preview 2022

    122: Summer Preview 2022

    Our annual summer preview runs down the must-watch series and movies arriving in the next few months that are of particular interest to Anglophiles, including new seasons of Endeavour and Grantchester, upcoming historical drama Becoming Elizabeth, the return of crime drama We Hunt Together, and lots more. 

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    • 52 min
    121: The Time Traveler's Wife

    121: The Time Traveler's Wife

    The ladies weigh in on HBO's prestige adaptation of Audrey Niffenegger's The Time Travelers Wife starring Theo James and Rose Leslie, a story that hasn't gotten any less frustrating in the years since the novel came out.

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    • 47 min
    120: Downton Abbey: A New Era

    120: Downton Abbey: A New Era

    The ladies dig into the latest Downton Abbey feature film sequel as the Crawleys head to France for an adventure that's not particularly consequential but is still loads of fun to watch. 

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    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Argie77 ,

Mostly Great

I enjoy this podcast and have no trouble recommending it to friends. My biggest pet peeve (in fairness this is an issue I have with other podcasts) is that the hosts sometimes forget how amplified their voices are. There’s too much cackling and going off topic on some episodes, and unfortunately I end up skipping those episodes altogether. They also cut each other off all the time. Worth a listen, but needs some tweaks.

Pepperpotmary ,

Televisions

Enjoy your enthusiasm for the shows you review.
(Please try to break the overuse of the filler word basically).

amsmith131 ,

Did you watch the show?

Ladies, I’m not sure what show you guys were watching. There were things to criticize, you didn’t mention any of those things. Did you see the last episode? Clara did the things you said you wished she had done. No, the sugar boycott wasn’t mentioned in just one episode. Georgiana literally mentions it every episode. You claim you needed to see Charlotte deal with her emotions about Sidney, while Charlotte deals with her emotions about Sidney. By deciding to turn away from marriage, understanding her decision means she must support herself. She then finds employment, knowing this gives her a new status in society. These may not be the best ways for her to deal with her grief but here we are. Random Ralph is not random. We see him in the first episode and he is mentioned a few more times throughout the season. Her father WANTS her to marry. Soon. She is the oldest at 23. She came home from Sanditon, again, not engaged. Her plan to support herself didn’t work. So, she accepted Ralph’s proposal. We absolutely saw Charlotte grow and learn after closing herself off. Her relationship with the girls and Colbourne were a huge part of her growth. They are just in the beginning of their relationship. Also, big PS to you guys. Georgiana is a woman of color or a black woman. Do not use the phrase “colored women”.

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