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Some Pulp

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A retrospective meditation on media, art, and technology from the 1950s onward. Hosted by Bruce L. Edwards gregariously and with wit and wisdom up until his passing.

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Bruce takes us on a tour of mid-20th century art, media and technology and helps us understand them more deeply. Great conversations. Subscribed.

Refreshing change of pace

Unlike most pop culture themed podcasts, which tend to focus on reviews and broad statements about how current events are impacting our lives, Bruce chooses to dissect a very specific theme or moment in a time that meant a lot to him personally. He shares with us how that theme has influenced pop culture as we know it today, deeply and with elegance. Very well done.

Academic but approachable

A great deep dive into slices of pop culture. The conversations are deep and clever but you never fear getting lost; Bruce makes sure everyone listening stays on the same page (or channel, or track.)

Some Pulp
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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