Which birds of prey should you avoid including in your novel and which will give you a bitchy look? How do you ruin an Englishman’s day? And can Beth or Susy get a word in while Robin and Dana are talking about Hammer Horror films?
Dana Gould, Beth Stelling, Robin Ince and Susy Kane join host, Dave Holmes.
Other useful links this week:
Dana Gould wants to plug his podcast The Dana Gould Hour and recommends “the best television series of its kind since Twin Peaks”, the original French version of The Returned, Les Revenants, which is currently available through Netflix. Also, the Twitter feed @TVNetworkNotes.
Beth Stelling wants to plug her up-coming gigs atSouth By Southwest and at Zanies in Chicago. You should also check out her great, recent Conan appearance. Beth recommends The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
Robin Ince wants to plug The Infinite Monkey Cage podcast and his own upcoming tour dates in the UK and Australia. Robin recommends John Ronson’s latest book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed and Josie Long’s current tour.
Susy Kane wants to plug The Missing Hancocks, a BBC radio series she did recently that’s now available on CD. Susy recommends the Casting Call Woe Tumblr, which posts real actual casting notices from the web - "Stunning actress needed to play a naked dead body. No pay" sort of thing.
And finally, Dave Holmes is on Twitter @DaveHolmes and currently has a TV show running on Ovation, called American Canvas at LA’s Meltdown Theatre on the second Friday of every month. Dave would like to recommend Kim Gordon from Sonic Youth’s new memoir, Girl In A Band.
Written by Sarah Morgan and Asterios Kokkinos, produced by Jennifer Marmor and Colin Anderson.
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