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Media criticism at it's finest.

Reporting with insight and criticism. And funny.

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Excellent, funny, smart and so informed.

Ok for news but reviews leave a lot to be desired

The Podcast couild easily be described as a cast of two halfs. The first discussing news and events in the world of UK media but once it gets to the TV reviews that's where I break off as if the TV reviewer isn't discussing the latest Scandanavian drama she's talking about Homeland. It seems to be the only two shows she ever watches