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In-depth, intimate interviews with some of the best storytellers alive today.

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Wonderful! Wonderful!

The hosts do their homework. Every interview brings new insights. Even people interviewed as often as Sophie Aldred and Andrew Cartmel had new material I hadn't heard before. I learn so much from this podcast. Seriously, the best Doctor Who interviews. All of their conversations about writing and the writing craft are insightful, too. A friend recommended me this podcast alongside The Story Toolkit. Both are great for writers.

The hosts should think about doing live shows at cons. They'd be great as the on-stange interviewers who guide the guests' discussion.

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Wonderful Podcast with an emphasis on Big Finish

How much do I love The Raconteur Roundtable? Enough that I went through Apple's absolutely excruciating sign-up process so that I could make an account on iTunes in order to leave this review. It's a fun listen, they have great guests and they know their stuff. Hard to find a podcast to top this one.

The podcast is a barrel of awesome sauce!

As expected, the insights provided by the 18thWall Press crew in these interviews are great! It helps to be a big a fan of everything Doctor Who to get the fullest enjoyment out of several episodes, but that also means this is a great podcast for building interest in Whovian fandom and in those who are presently only marginal fans but are looking for a lot of good reasons to expand their interest. The guests are good and well-interviewed, and a variety of pop culture topics are covered. For the growing number of individuals like myself who are proud to call themselves geeks of comic books, fantastic prose (both classic and contemporary), and sci-fi-oriented TV and film, this podcast should most def be on your subscription list! It also helps that James is one of the most naturally funniest mo' fo's you will ever listen to :-)

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  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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