Join us and raise a glass to toast the return of Game of Thrones – but before you take a swig just make sure you’re not on Arya’s sh*t list!
On this episode of Inside Pop, we dissect the Season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones which has us talking about everything from filthy chamber pots to Ed Sheeran cameos to Vermeer paintings to the one thing Daenerys has in common with Prince and the Revolution! (There are Spoilers in this conversation- you’ve been warned)
Then – we give you many reasons why you should be over the moon (just like us) for the the new trailer for the Ava DuVernay epic, A Wrinkle in Time.
We’re also joined by special guest, DJ and Television Producer James Barker (aka DJ Chaotic) who shares his favorite albums and singles of the first half of 2017. A must listen if you’re looking for thoughtful, upbeat, quality tunes to add to your playlists!
Plus, we give you our thoughts on the Emmy nominations.
And it’s quid pro quo time in The Big Sell. Amita rates Sean’s Big Sell from last week (an episode of the Amazon series, I Love Dick) and in turns sells Sean on an Emmy nominated episode of Atlanta he (shamefully) has not yet seen.
James’ Best of 2017 (So Far)
Harry Styles – Harry Styles
Lorde – Melodrama
Qveen Herby – Qveen Herby
Maty Noyes – The Making of ‘London’
Geordie Kieffer- Red Line
Carly Rae Jepsen- Cut to the Feeling
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About the show
Inside Pop is the weekly podcast that dives deep inside the world of pop culture. Television producers Amita Patel and Sean David Johnson bring their knowledge of the entertainment industry and their passion for pop culture to cover the stories you need to know about and care about. Together this dynamic duo brings a welcome diversity (they are African American and Indian American; Male and Female, Gay and Straight, Married and Single and wannabe residents of Sunnydale, CA and Dillon, TX) into the pop culture podcasting landscape.
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