Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution
By Dan Barrett
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Weekly panel discussion of TV culture, with weekly news stories about how people are watching TV around the world, what we're watching, and what we should be watching.
||CleanEpisode 461 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||A week with some great TV has enthused us at TV Rev HQ – the return of Mr Robot and the debut of Stranger Things hit us all right in the sexy passion point places. This week on the show we discuss those shows,||19 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 460 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||At the [roughly] half year point, Dan and Simon take a few moments to reflect back on the shows that they have enjoyed so far this year, with an eye to the shows on the horizon that have them both enthused.||17 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 458 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||Episode 458||6 7 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanTelevised Revolution – Episode 458 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||This week on the Televised Revolution podcast, Dan and Dennis discuss: Viceland is coming to SBS The launch of BET Play Seven launch Gold Coast news Televised Revolution is available on: iTunes | PocketCasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher | RSS At Televised R||30 6 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanTelevised Revolution – Episode 457 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||Televised Revolution panelist Dennis Dugandzic was hit pretty hard by some severe storms over the weekend. His fury, though, was levelled less at Mother Nature and more at the TV reporters who were intruding on his cleaning up the day after.||21 6 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanTelevised Revolution – Episode 456 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||It’s time for Televised Revolution. We are talking TV. Specifically: It’s official – Nashville is back for a season 5. ATX Festival is on, which means a whole bunch of TV shows are talking about revivals. Ugh.||16 6 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanTelevised Revolution – Episode 455 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||This week the panel discuss: 9Now on Apple TV 7flix changes to mpeg2 and is now actually watched by people Seven’s online Olympics to cost about $25 each People are watching Game of Thrones instead of putting their genitals into other people Televised .||9 6 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanTelevised Revolution – Episode 454 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||Millions of people across the country chose not to watch the leaders debate on TV the other night. The hosts of the Televised Revolution podcast included. Why did we choose not to watch? And what role is there for politics on TV.||30 5 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPodcast – Episode 453 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||The Televised Revolution panel this week, Dan Barrett, Simon Band, and Dennis Dugandzic have taken to the podcast microphones for another week to discuss all things TV and televisual. Local councils refuse Struggle Street permits for filming.||24 5 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 452 - Televised Revolution – Televised Revolution||Dan and Simon discuss the TV show cancellations and renewals ahead of the US broadcast 2016/17 Upfronts presentations.||16 5 2016||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!