By Dan Barrett, Simon Band, & Dennis Dugandzic
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On Sundays join Dan, Simon, and Dennis as they discuss the weeks TV-related news, discuss a weekly topic, offer some thoughts on what they love/hate this week, and play some TV trivia. On Wednesdays join Prue and Dan as they offer their thoughts on the TV shows that captured their attention during the week.
||Televised Revolution – Subscription Desires||This week saw the Foxtel streaming service Presto launch, along with the launch of the Veronica Mars movie. Both mark important landmarks in TV space, so naturally we'll talk about them on the Televised Revolution podcast. - At Televised Revolution,||15 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||[PODCAST] In Review – Episode 63||It's been a pretty good week for interesting TV shows. As always on In Review, Dan & Prue use the word 'review' loosely as they discuss the shows they've watched on TV over the past week. - Up for discussion: Believe (S01E01)||12 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||[PODCAST] Televised Revolution – Getting Social (Ep 331)||How social do we really want to get with our television? Dan and Simon will explore this question along with the news of the week. - News topics include: Foxtel ready to roll out Presto The Game of Thrones discount Disney Movies Everywhere||1 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||[PODCAST] Televised Revolution – Cop Shows (Ep 330)||There is no more well-worn genre on TV than the cop show. Many run along the same formula week after week, yet we still turn out to watch them in droves. What makes a good cop show? Why do some work while others don't?||22 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||[Televised Revolution] Game On (Ep 329)||We're interested just as much in televisual content at Televised Revolution as we are traditional TV. Probably moreso. It seemed time to talk about the changing face of video games and the relationship they have to TV narratives and properties.||15 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||In Review – Episode 61||Dan is joined on the Televised Revolution lounge by Ed Ngaluafe to discuss what they've watched on TV this week. Ed offers his thoughts on Brooklyn Nine Nine's dinner party episode, while Dan expresses dismay at the Chris Carter pilot The After. -||13 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||[PODCAST] Televised Revolution – TV Biopics (Episode 328)||INXS! Schapelle Corby! TV biopics rule the airwaves this week. Dan and Simon take a look at biopics - what works in a biopic, why do we watch them, and what makes a TV biopic different than a cinematic one? - At Televised Revolution,||8 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||In Review – Episode 60||Dan & Prue discuss the TV they've been watching this week: - New Girl S03E14 / S03E15 How I Met Your Mother S09E16 / S09E17 Dancing on The Edge - The guys love hearing about what you’re watching on TV as well, so be sure to leave a comment below,||6 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Couch: Amy Andrews (Bold & the Beautiful)||Amy Andrews is a local Brisbane writer who has just penned a tie-in novel to the wildly popular US soap Bold and The Beautiful. In this conversation with the author, we discuss the challenges of writing a book for such a passionate and dedicated fan fo...||3 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
All things televisual
These guys are great. I was unaware of its existence for the longest time and had to go back and catch up on most of the episodes even though it's not really necessary. It's a great format that means you can drop right into it on any given week and not feel left out or like you've missed some vital piece of information. The hosts prior experience on radio shows through. They are all really relaxed and engaging. There aren't the ridiculous grabs for attention that a lot of podcasts have. All in all if you are a fan of TV and "all things televisual" then this is a must have podcast.
Radio is great - but it's out of date - TV is the thing this year
A really enjoyable podcast where they don't take themselves too seriously, too often. Half the fun is them bantering between the three hosts - Dan, Dennis and Simon. They don't always know what they are talking about - but they pick eachother up on it and it just makes the whole podcast more fun. On a content side - they often have exclusive interviews, do throw away reviews, and keep you up to date on all things TV and televisual.
Definitely worth a trial listen - you won't be disappointed.
Long time listener, first time reviewer...
They're loveable dorks with their noses firmly stuck between the clenched buttocks of television and the media. I'm not sure what that even means, but doesn't it sound good? I can tell you, it IS good. Hooray for mixing desks! Enjoy!