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Come obsess over A Song of Ice and Fire and Game of Thrones with us! Our show is an enthusiastic and heavily-detailed look at the past, present and future of Westeros and the realms beyond.

Customer Reviews

So much better

A long running podcast that has massively improved over the years. They started as a call in show and are now near professional quality. They've apparently hired an engineer to do their editing, and have added map shots to the audio-only versions!

Consistently Good

Well-researched. I listen to every episode and appreciate your work. It's hard to find ASIOAF content this strong and regularly produced. Thank you.

Ashaya is the worst "mediator"

I only tried to listen to this awful podcast because of yolkboy and Lady Gwyn from Radio Westeros teaming up w/ History of Westeros during Season 6 of GOT. Radio Westeros is by far one of my favoriting Ice and Fire podcasts and I'm sad that they're on hiatus during GOT show. Ashaya brushes off everything anyone else contributes with "uh, anyway....." and little weird laughs. Her "insight" comes off as condescending and obnoxious instead of a true conversation and insight from the books that Lady Gwyn and Yolkboy contribute. I don't know why so many people rated this podcast so high, as there are so many other podcasts out there that are easier on the ears.