Welcome to The Official Outlander Podcast, a podcast for the STARZ Original Series "Outlander." Join Executive Producers as they discusses the details behind each week’s episode. Visit us for more about the show at http://www.starz.com/outlander
Welcome to The Official Outlander Podcast, a podcast for the STARZ Original Series "Outlander." Join Executive Producers as they discusses the details behind each week’s episode. Visit us for more about the show at http://www.starz.com/outlander
A Podcast dedicated to the show Outlander on Starz. Join hosts Mary and Blake as they discuss the previous week's episode, Outlander news and spoilers, as much Listener Feedback as humanly possible, theories, and their favorite moments from the show.
Rank #1: Outlander Cast: To Ransom A Man’s Soul – Episode 28.
Hosts Mary and Blake discuss the sixteenth episode of, “Outlander,” entitled, “To Ransom A Man’s Soul.” In this episode you’ll learn all about: Felicity’s first appearance, why Starz has got some guts, why good can only be measured against evil, Interstellar and how love conquers all, the continuing growth of Outlander’s cinematic nature, an interesting […] The post Outlander Cast: To Ransom A Man’s Soul – Episode 28 appeared first on Outlander Cast.
Rank #2: Outlander Cast: Sassenach – Episode 2.
Hosts Mary and Blake discuss the premiere episode of “Outlander,” entitled, “Sassenach.” In this episode, you’ll learn about: Blake’s fantasy with a castle, why Starz is a lot smarter than we all think, why the time travel sequence was just right, why voice-overs CAN work if done right, how a strong female lead is just […] The post Outlander Cast: Sassenach – Episode 2 appeared first on Outlander Cast.
Can't get enough #Outlander? Each week, join sisters and long-time fans Ginger and Summer as they literally chat All Things Outlander: books, tv show, Scotland, and everything in between. Whether you're a brand-new, show-only fan or have been reading the books since 'Outlander' was first published, this is the podcast for you.Join us to continue the conversation in our exclusive Facebook community (https://www.outlanderpod.com/group)!
Rank #1: 138: Discussion of 'Outlander' 201 "Through a Glass, Darkly.
In this episode, we discuss the return of 'Outlander' on Starz with Episode 201, “Through a Glass, Darkly." Support us on Patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/outlanderpod) Follow us on Twitter! (https://www.twitter.com/outlanderpod) Connect with us on Facebook! (http://www.facebook.com/outlanderpod) Help us spread the word! If this episode tickled your 'Outlander' fancy, head over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe! · iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-outlander-podcast/id707360955?mt=2) · RSS · Stitcher (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-outlander-podcast?refid=stpr) · Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/3ca8w2I8rlQyr7K5iEeGV8) · Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0&gclid=CPqUmY3tmc8CFQbrfgodSOsMCw&gclsrc=ds#/ps/Irr5s2ri372mj5fgmte23z6dghe) · iHeartRadio (https://www.iheart.com/show/270-the-outlander-podc/) You can ask questions and comment below, join our Facebook community,(http://outlanderpod.com/group) and leave us voice feedback via our Listener Line at 916-587-0POD.
Rank #2: 238: Dumbs of Autumn.
In this episode, we continue our 'Drums of Autumn' read-along with our discussion of Chapter 13 "An Examination of Conscience." Join our exclusive Facebook community! (http://outlanderpod.com/group) Support us on Patreon! (https://www.outlanderpod.com/patreon) Follow us on Twitter! (https://www.outlanderpod.com/twitter) Connect with us on Facebook! (https://www.outlanderpod.com/facebook) Help us spread the word! If this episode tickled your 'Outlander' fancy, head over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe! · Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-outlander-podcast/id707360955?mt=2) · RSS (https://audioboom.com/channels/1689437.rss) · Stitcher (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-outlander-podcast?refid=stpr) · Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/3ca8w2I8rlQyr7K5iEeGV8) · Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0&gclid=CPqUmY3tmc8CFQbrfgodSOsMCw&gclsrc=ds#/ps/Irr5s2ri372mj5fgmte23z6dghe) · iHeartRadio (https://www.iheart.com/show/270-the-outlander-podc/) You can ask questions and comment below and leave us voice feedback via our Listener Line at 916-587-0POD.
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Rank #1: The Scot And The Sassenach 46: It’s All Oregano.
This week, Jamie needs answers, Claire needs employment and Murtagh needs Suzette — it’s time for some Useful Occupations and Deceptions (2.03)! Thanks to Tannis for the introduction! Download the mp3 here, or subscribe to the show on iTunes, on Stitcher, via RSS or on YouTube. Show notes: For Alastair’s reading of Tam O’Shanter and to help us do more, stop by our Patreon page! Join the StoryWonk forum and continue the conversation! Like what we do? Please leave a rating or a review on iTunes! If you have thoughts on this episode, we’d love to hear them! Visit the StoryWonk forum, come follow us on Twitter, call our voicemail line on ☏252-505-WONK(9665), or send email to email@example.com. For more from StoryWonk, subscribe to our awesome email newsletter, or check out StoryWonk.com for all the information about our classes, podcasts, community and more! The Scot And The Sassenach: An Outlander Podcast is a StoryWonk production by Lani Diane Rich and Alastair Stephens, and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Sharealike license.
Rank #2: The Scot And The Sassenach 48: The Whore Whisperer.
Claire comes clean, just in time for all hell to break loose on the streets of Paris, and over the dinner table. It’s time to meet La Dame Blanche (2.04)! Thanks to Robbie for the introduction! Download the mp3 here, or subscribe to the show on iTunes, on Stitcher, via RSS or on YouTube. Show notes: For Alastair’s reading of Tam O’Shanter and to help us do more, stop by our Patreon page! Join the StoryWonk forum and continue the conversation! Like what we do? Please leave a rating or a review on iTunes! If you have thoughts on this episode, we’d love to hear them! Visit the StoryWonk forum, come follow us on Twitter, call our voicemail line on ☏252-505-WONK(9665), or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more from StoryWonk, subscribe to our awesome email newsletter, or check out StoryWonk.com for all the information about our classes, podcasts, community and more! The Scot And The Sassenach: An Outlander Podcast is a StoryWonk production by Lani Diane Rich and Alastair Stephens, and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Sharealike license.
The Outlander After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Starz's Outlander.Show Summary: After serving as a British Army nurse in World War II, Claire Randall is enjoying a second honeymoon in Scotland with husband Frank, an MI6 officer looking forward to a new career as an Oxford historian. Suddenly, Claire is transported to 1743 and into a mysterious world where her freedom and life are threatened. To survive, she marries Jamie Fraser, a strapping Scots warrior with a complicated past and a disarming sense of humor. A passionate relationship ensues, and Claire is caught between t
Rank #1: Outlander S:1 | The Wedding E:7 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow.
AFTERBUZZ TV — Outlander edition, is a weekly "after show" for fans of Starz's Outlander. In this episode hosts Keetin Marchi, Ryan Hooks, Kendra Sommer, and Roya Taheri break discuss episode 7. The “Outlander” series spans the genres of romance, science fiction, history, and adventure in one grandiose tale. It follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie Fraser, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire’s heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives. Follow us on http://www.Twitter.com/AfterBuzzTV "Like" Us on http://www.Facebook.com/AfterBuzzTV For more of your post-game wrap up shows for your favorite TV shows, visit http://www.AfterBuzzTV.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rank #2: Outlander S:2 | Through a Glass Darkly; Not in Scotland Anymore; Useful Occupations and Deceptions E:1 – E:3 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow.
AFTERBUZZ TV — Outlander edition, is a weekly "after show" for fans of Starz's Outlander. In this show, hosts Adrian Snow and Emily Harlan break down the episodes 1 through 3. ABOUT OUTLANDER: Outlander is an American-British television drama series based on the historical time travel Outlander series of novels by Diana Gabaldon. Developed by Ronald D. Moore and produced bySony Pictures Television and Left Bank Pictures for Starz, the show premiered on August 9, 2014. It stars Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, a married World War II nurse in 1945 who finds herself transported back to Scotland in 1743, where she encounters the dashing Highland warrior Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) and becomes embroiled in the Jacobite risings. In 1945, former World War II nurse Claire Randall and her husband Frank are visiting Inverness, Scotland. Exploring the standing stones at Craigh na Dun, Claire faints after she touches the highest stone, and awakes to find herse --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
An Outlander podcast inspired by the Diana Gabaldon books series, the Starz television series, and bonnie Scotland. Produced and narrated by Desirre Andrews.
Rank #1: The Battle Joined Ep 100.
Outlander Starz The Battle Joined S3 E1 Ep 100 Written by Ronald D. Moore Directed by Brendan Maher Listen to the podcast to get my fully realized coherent thoughts on the episode. Bottom line: Ron did us a solid. I LOVED it. For fun, here are my thoughts while watching the episode the first time through. OMG OMG OMG shhhhh it’s time to watch…. Squee. Sings along nervously. Is he going to wake up dead? Oh, damn dead bodies in piles. Seriously everyone shhhhhhh. Dude that’s harsh – killing them where they lay. Jamie wakes up, someone’s lying dead on top of him. Jamie don’t let them notice you. Don’t move damn it. Disordered battle memories flood his mind. MARK ME Someone get him a medic! Gut punch he remembers smelling Claire’s wrap. SHE’S GONE. Murtagh…sigh BRRRRR anyone else freezing while watching this? NOOOO you’re running the wrong way – not towards the redcoats. Uh oh he sees HIM. BJR is in his line of sight. Double uh oh BJR sees Jamie too. IT’S ON bitches. Soooo many dead. BJR is liking this proximity…. personal space bubble please… Is he going to lick him? Kiss him? Ummmm boys there’s a fight going on. Death match BJR vs Jamie. Advantage BJR thigh slash move. YES, Jamie went for the gut. “Stand right there Jamie so I can finish you off, please, I’m just so tired now.” Ew BJR don’t you touch him. Slaps hand away. He just fell into his chest. WHAT IS HAPPENING? Ashes to ashes they all fall down. BJR dies on top of Jamie. He must have been thrilled. Little bunny foufou… what?! Enter Claire hallucination. Are you alive? It’s RUPERT. Hey old buddy. Another gut punch, he wants to be left to die. Tortured let me be. Atta boy Rupert. The dragonfly in amber is left on the ground. Boston 1948. Huge home. Frank is trying so hard. It’s sad and desperate. Frank don’t wait for meals. She’s not so domestic these days. Modern appliances screw that. She looks so cute pregnant. She’s going to do it. Cook in the fireplace. Nosy neighbor for the weirdness. Of course, it’s all about the husband. Side eye. Snort, he LOVEs surprises. FTS Claire is thinking. Look pretty for the boss. Jamie needs Claire to patch him up. So painful to watch. Holed up in the farmhouse waiting for death. Rupert abides. Claire is one unhappy feminist, erm housewife. Smash the patriarchy! Pompous ass. Oh, the little lady has an opinion. Smug douche canoe. Frank way to speak up for your wife. Atta husband. She IS a badass. SMASH THE PATRIARCHY! Insert sarcasm emoji. Thems fighting words. Yes, Harvard Medical… That’s the ticket Frank. Good you are checking how she is after that BS. Two days later on the moor… Where’s Murtagh? We want to know too Jamie. The redcoats are here. It’s HAL! LJG’s brother. “No milord, traitors all.” We need a Rupert sarcasm emoji. Hal is not impressed. And you get a soldier’s death, and you get a soldier’s death. Claire, master of the stove! Bad milk is a bad omen. The bird, what does it mean. Frank, man, you’re trying too hard. Tea bagged American style. Claire’s been thinking, egad. I want to be an American!!!! That was a bone throw to Frank, “our child”. No touchy the belly! AWKWARD. Well that breakfast went south quickly. Can of worms opened and flung all around. Frank eke. Heartbreaking desperation. Oh Frank. Oh Claire, dayum woman. You went there. DUCK FRANK. Why you shocked man. Calling her a cheater. WHOA nelly he’s giving her an out. Rupert may have a job as a motivational speaker in the afterlife. It burnses seeing Jamie so busted up and invalid. No, you’re crying. STOP talking about Angus. Where’s the damn tissues? Rupert Thomas Alexander MacKenzie – noooooo It’s a lonely night on the timeout couch. Dear Reverend can wait… her waters have broken. Oh hell. Not Red Jamie. God’s Blood. “Shoot me or go away.” LMAO Freaking debt of honor. Jamie proves once again he’s hard to kill. It’s labor time! Claire’s doulaing herself. Enter Doctor Dirt bag. Oh, second child I see. Frank didn’t think he could be shocked again. Way to take a case history and decide it complicates things. Sweet Frank wants to go with her to delivery. I love you. They put her under after she says no… grrrrr. Paging Doctor Misogyny. You bastard is spot on Claire. HE’s HOME! Jenny and Ian greet him. Claire wakes up in a panic over her baby. She’s alive! In the afterglow of holding her live baby Claire wants to try, Frank loves her so. Another I love you gone without response. No, you didn’t just ask that! Damn way to break the mood. All pictures are the property of Starz. Visit Outlander Starz on social media, like or follow: Twitter,Instagram,Facebook, and the official website. What’s Coming up? Season 3 Episode 1. How can you participate? To have your questions, comments for email or call in to the listener line by Monday morning after the show airs. Join the weekly Twitter chat Wednesday nights at 6pm PT/9pm ET to discuss the previous latest podcast chapters using the hashtag #ADoO. Comments or messages may be included in the podcast or a written post. The entire Outlander book series is written by Diana Gabaldon. You can find her on Twitter and Facebook. Follow A Dram of Outlander Thank you for sharing posts, joining the discussions, and following this website or pages listed below! Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, YouTube To financially support the podcast, go to my Patreon page. Call 719-425-9444 listener/reader line to leave your comments.
Rank #2: Wouldn't You? Ep 131.
Drums of Autumn Chapters 30-33 Week 17 “Wouldn’t you?” Summary: Roger overstays his Oxford term. Brianna isn’t coming to visit as planned. A mysterious crate arrives. Roger confers with Joe Abernathy. JHRC on toast did she do it? Yes, oh yes she did. A grimoire is revealed. Roger and Fiona make a plan. Midsummer’s Eve means time to travel. Inside the Chapters: Part 8 Beaucoup Chapter 30: Into Thin Air Oxford, April 1971 The Dean talks Roger into staying in Oxford an extra week to do a conference for some Americans even though he’s due to be in Scotland. The money is a good incentive, so Roger agrees. Roger has a disconcerting letter from Brianna in his hand (p547, Nook). She was supposed to be visiting him in July. Now she’s not coming. He thinks she’s lying (a lying bitch wee in fact) and has found someone else. He’s trying to be mad. He feels empty. May 1971 Some boxes arrive for Roger on the last day of the conference. Remember he’s not supposed to be at Oxford right now. He’s mystified. He opens the attached envelope (p548, Nook). He takes the crate into his sitting room and looks for a tool to open it. He wonders if she would send him her history if she meant to break up with him. Good thinking Rog. She packed it with museum quality. He finds a variety of things. Photos and a large portrait of Claire, her Raggedy Ann doll, other memorabilia, silver dinner service with the history typed on each. It’s the family silver passed down from 1842; it was a wedding present to Frank and Claire. Roger places the items on the floor next to him growing ever puzzled. She sent her entire history to him. He realizes she sent it there on purpose knowing he was supposed to be in Scotland when it arrived. Last, he unpacks a jewelry box; it’s filled with brooches and earrings. He notices two items are missing, the silver bracelet he’d given her and her grandmother’s pearls (p550, Nook). Yes, she could have Roger. He’s beside himself over Brianna possibly traveling through the stones without telling him. Where had she gone? He phones Joe Abernathy, Brianna’s only other connection in the twentieth century. Joe thinks she’s with Roger. Joe explains the last time he saw Brianna (p551, Nook). She left on April 27th for Scotland. Roger is panicked. Joe explains she planned to go to Inverness from Edinburgh. She would have arrived in Inverness for Beltane when the Stones would be open. Now Joe is worried too. Roger asks Joe a simple question (p552, Nook). “Wouldn’t you?” Those two words asked by Joe Abernathy haunt Roger. He and Joe had discussed the finer points of why Brianna would have gone. She found her father and was curious. Yes, Joe did know the way of the traveling, Claire had told him (p552, Nook). Roger tells Joe he does know what the stones are like, but not everyone hears them and reflects on Claire going through at Craigh na Dun on Samhain two and a half years before. Remember Claire accidentally went through at Beltane the first time and returned to the twentieth century near Beltane on the eve of Culloden. Roger hates thinking about the sounds and the feelings at Craigh na Dun. Joe is curious (p553, Nook). He doesn’t want to go into the things he knows about Claire with Joe and explains unless someone did something BIG it wouldn’t make the historical news. Roger asks Joe if he knows how dangerous the eighteenth century is? He doesn’t but (p554, Nook). Roger drives toward Inverness with “Wouldn’t you?” continuing its chime in his head. He likely would (p554, Nook). Lack of communication or purposeful miscommunication has Roger all riled up. Why not a note to say this is why I went, and this is why I need you to wait for me in the twentieth? This is a mess in the making. What would you do? I would go like Brianna, but I wouldn’t omit the lack to Roger. I wouldn’t lie. Argh, for as smart as Brianna is sometimes her common sense goes out the window and did she not think Roger would figure it out? Uncle Joe is such a good guy. I’m glad he’s a touchstone for Brianna and Roger in the twentieth. Chapter 31: Return to Inverness Fiona has turned the old manse into a bed and breakfast establishment. Fiona is excited to see Roger though her betrothed Ernie is less enthused. Roger becomes a detective to track Brianna’s steps. He finds it fairly easy since there aren’t many 6-foot-tall red-haired women from America around Inverness. Roger ponders when he should go after Brianna through the stones (p556, Nook). He must choose one of the feast days to most safely pass. Roger keeps himself busy while he quietly prepares for his departure. Some nights he even slept. Roger and Fiona have a chat. She wants to know why he has a photo of Gillian Edgars (Geillis Duncan Abernathy) and why he’s been up to Craigh na Dun. She is not having his joke of an answer (p558, Nook). Fiona knows something about Gillian and the stones. Roger means to find out what it is. He tries to bargain with her, but she runs off saying she needs to think. His mind is racing, and he thinks of Brianna. his stomach flips and flops. He thinks of Fiona’s words, “She’s dead. Isn’t she?” She was alive when Claire went back the first time. Is she alive in the past now? The timey-wimey reality hurts Roger’s head. Fiona is back at the sink. She’s not supposed to tell, but she’s going to tell him because she must. Roger remembers Claire telling about her and Frank seeing the dancers at the circle one Beltane morning and Mrs. Graham was one of the dancers. Fiona goes on to explain that grannie (Mrs. Graham) was the caller (p560, Nook). Fiona knows all the words; she’s the caller now. Fiona met Gillian because she had been one of the dancers. Roger asks her to go on. She asks Roger if he knows where Brianna’s gone. Roger is disquieted (p561, Nook). He tells her he must go after Brianna. Fiona is unsure if men can go through. She’s only heard of women who do. Then she discloses a bomb. She has Gillian’s grimoire. She meant to give it to the police after she’d disappeared, but after reading it didn’t think it would help them. Chapter 32: Grimoire This is the grimoire of the witch, Geillis (p562, Nook). Roger thinks she’s a nutcase and a poor writer. He thumbs through the sections and notices each of the sun and fire feasts has notes and crosses. He reads the notes under Samhain (p564, Nook). She had also logged what she called case studies of dead people who were found at various stone circles in Scotland, northern England, and Brittany. There were twenty-two persons listed. Some may have known what they were doing, while others were unsuspecting. It chilled Roger to his core. Claire was right; it was no revolving door. The disappearances near the circles were also notated. The crosses signified those who disappeared near each feast. One entry, in particular, caused Roger to stop (p566, Nook). Claire was part of Gillian’s information for her casebook. Gillian did not have any record of Claire’s return three years later. The book felt like a bomb in his hands. The last section of the book is called “techniques and preparations” (p566, Nook). He understands why the book upset Fiona when she read it. He walked toward the river but couldn’t get the last words from his mind, “Shall I kiss you, child, shall I kiss you, man? Feel the teeth behind my lips when I do. I could kill you, as easily as I embrace you. The taste of my power is the taste of blood-iron in my mouth, iron in my hand. Sacrifice is required.” That is some CRAZY and eye-opening information right there. We know blood isn’t needed, but does it help steer? Chapter 33: Midsummer’s Eve June 20, 1971 We’re getting a micro view of Roger from April to June. We haven’t seen Brianna in 18 months except for what is disclosed through Roger’s point of view. It’s Midsummer’s Eve in Scotland (p567, Nook). The description gets to me every time. I have been in Scotland during Beltane as the days were beginning to stretch. I can imagine what the Summer Equinox would be like to witness. The stones buzzed and hummed before Roger could see them. On prior visits, the stones felt odd, but they were silent. Claire hears them all the time I think. He and Fiona stopped thirty feet from the circle. He thinks Fiona is afraid for herself, but it’s for him she scared. Roger is dressed in eighteenth-century clothing. He suddenly feels like he’s playing dress up. Fiona goes into the circle without him to perform her ceremonial ritual in privacy. The humming from the stones got into Roger’s body, bones, and blood. It almost felt like he had an itch to scratch within. He hears her sing with words he cannot understand. Can he make it through? Claire and Brianna both had. Geillis is his ancestor, so yes, he should be able. He likens the feeling from the Stones to being eaten by ants. He’s restless and cannot ease the feeling. Fiona’s singing was making the sensations worse. She finally came to get him, and he cannot hear her for the noise in his head. Before he enters the circle, he stops and kisses her full on the mouth requesting she not tell Ernie. Roger smells something burning. He feels bodiless. He also smells coffee. The feeling of wrong came over him. His body hurts. What he thought was stars above him is Fiona yelling his name (p570, Nook). They try to figure out why he disappeared and came back (p570, Nook). Roger had to gather himself, so he can tell Fiona what happened. Roger had thought of his father, and he must have crossed his timeline when he saw his father. He thanks Fiona for not letting him burn. They talk about the gemstones in his mother’s locket likely keeping him alive in the crossing. Roger realizes thinking of his dad was the problem. He decides to go again to Fiona’s horror and objection. He explains how he knows it will be okay (p573, Nook). She understands. She places her engagement ring in his hand. It has a small diamond in the setting. She’ll tell Ernie she lost it. It’s insured after all. He’s ready to go again (pp573, Nook). Fiona waited for a long time to be sure Roger doesn’t return. She bids him well (p573, Nook). What’s Coming up? Chapters 34-35 Drums of Autumn (DOA). How can you participate? Send your comments to email@example.com or call the listener line at 719-425-9444 by Friday of each week. If you’re reading ahead, you can leave comments for any part of the book too. Comments or messages may be included in the podcast or a written post. The Outlander book series is written by Diana Gabaldon. You can find her on Twitter and Facebook All images are Wiki Commons. Click on picture for attribution link. Follow A Dram of Outlander Thank you for sharing posts, joining the discussions, and following this website or pages listed below! Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+ To financially support the podcast, go to my Patreon page. Call 719-425-9444 listener/reader line to leave your comments.
A slightly tipsy exploration of each episode of the STARZ series OUTLANDER
Rank #1: Ep. 47 - Outlander S3E6, "A. Malcolm".
Well, our livestream had more than a few technical difficulties, and we got Janine hammered, and maybe Cherry Bounce was a bad idea... but Lord, you gave us a rare episode, and we loved it well. Listen on for our thoughts on Young Ian, Hot Fergus, and Blessedly Inoffensive Mr. Willoughby, as well as our sheer joy at once again experiencing the full Cornish Game Hen. Other highlights: Allison forgot about a major book thing! Janine talks about loneliness! We all hit our elbows on the table a bunch! Love, Allison, Julie, and Janine
Rank #2: Episode 72 - Outlander S4 E13, "Man of Worth".
Hey y'all, Greetings from the other side of our last (mostly) sober 'cast, for now anyway. We assume you're eager to hear our thoughts on a certain development, so the preamble ends here. Well, actually, it ends after this: Please join us this Saturday (2/2) at The Oasis (6809 N Sheridan Road, Chicago) at 12 p.m. for our annual season wrap-up live show. It's our special bar and we can't wait to share its divey pleasures with you. Lots of love, Julie, Allison, and Janine
In Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich of Chipperish Media analyzes the Starz television show Outlander, all while drinking whisky, and talking about how much Jamie and Claire have sex. Which is usually quite a lot.
Rank #1: S&W #2. The Civil & The Savage.
In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich takes on Jamie’s balance between nature and civilization, Claire’s struggle with sex and surgery, and Fergus’s tremendous courage as she talks about Outlander Season 3, Episode 2, Surrender.Download the .mp3Show notes: Join us for the Sex & Whisky Outlander live tweet on during the run of Outlander Season 3, Sundays 8pm EST! Use #SaWChip to join in the fun! Like Sex & Whisky and want to see more? Support Chipperish on Patreon! Discuss Sex & Whisky on the Chipperish Forum! Support Chipperish by shopping on Amazon using this link! Watch Outander at Amazon! Sex & Whisky is a Chipperish Media production by Lani Diane Rich, and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Sharealike license.
Rank #2: Sex & Whisky #3. The Prisoner & The Exile.
In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich discusses Jamie’s role as chieftain, Frank’s ignominious demise, and the power of names in Outlander Season 3, Episode 3, All Debts Paid.Download the .mp3Apple Podcasts • RSS • StitcherShow notes: Join us for the Sex & Whisky Outlander live tweet on during the run of Outlander Season 3, Sundays 8pm EST! Use #SaWChip to join in the fun! Like Sex & Whisky and want to see more? Support Chipperish on Patreon! Discuss Sex & Whisky on the Chipperish Forum! Support Chipperish by shopping on Amazon using this link! Watch Outander at Amazon! Sex & Whisky is a Chipperish Media production by Lani Diane Rich, and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Sharealike license.
The Poldark Fancast is a podcast about the hit BBC show Poldark as well as the series of books it is based on. Each week we discuss the latest episode, hoping to offer you our insight into the wonderful world of Poldark.
Rank #1: Episode 5 - A Tale Of Two Women.
Poldark Podcast is a podcast dedicated to the hit BBC show Poldark. In episode 5 we discuss the latest episode - episode six of season two and offer you are insights and analysis of the characters, the show, the fandom and of course The Idiot ™
Rank #2: Episode 10: Season 2 overview "Portrait of a Marriage".
Poldark Podcast is a podcast dedicated to the hit BBC show Poldark. In episode 10, we give you an overview and review of the whole of season 2 as well as our reactions to the season 3 teaser trailer, which mostly consisted of swooning and giggling.
MASTERPIECE Studio is your backstage pass to the PBS series—from Sherlock to Poldark. After the show, turn off the TV and tune in to MASTERPIECE Studio for the scoop with host Jace Lacob. Listen for exclusive interviews with the cast and crew of your favorite shows. Get the history lowdown behind the people and places you see on screen, and hear revealing stories from the set. MASTERPIECE Studio is made possible by Viking Cruises and Raymond James. Sponsors for MASTERPIECE on PBS are Viking Cruises, Raymond James, and The MASTERPIECE Trust.
Rank #1: Harry Richardson's Drake Carne Is Cornwall's Resident Labrador Puppy.
During his time living with his sister, Demelza and his brother-in-law, Ross, Drake Carne has come close to death many times. After years of struggle and strife, however, things finally seem to be looking up for the earnest blacksmith. Actor Harry Richardson sees his constantly optimistic character as most similar to a well-meaning, but utterly inept labrador puppy. He defends his quasi-canine counterpart in a new interview.
Rank #2: Aidan Turner's Ready for Poldark, Season 2. Are you?.
Season 2 of "Poldark" is just around the corner! So what's in store for Ross, Demelza, and the rest of the Cornwall crew? On this episode, Aidan Turner looks back on Season 1 -- including Ross's shirtless scything scene -- and shares a few Season 2 secrets with us to get us ready to watch the premiere.
Co-Executive Producer Maril Davis and actors Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, and Tobias Menzies discuss Outlander. Book Two of the Starz Original series follows Claire (Balfe) and Jamie (Heughan) as they try to infiltrate the Jacobite rebellion in France and prevent a doomed Highland uprising.
Rank #1: Outlander: Meet the Cast.
Co-Executive Producer Maril Davis and actors Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, and Tobias Menzies discuss the Starz Original series Outlander.
Rank #2: Outlander: Meet the Cast.
Co-Executive Producer Maril Davis and actors Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, and Tobias Menzies discuss the Starz Original series Outlander.
Welcome to Outlandish, the unofficial podcast dedicated to all things Outlander, the Starz television series based on the books by Diana Gabaldon. Join hosts Claire Gendel and Alicia Lutes as they dish and dissect each episode with freewheeling frivolity (and perhaps a bit of scotch).
Rank #1: Outlandish: 'Outlander' Episode 201 Podcast "Through a Glass, Darkly".
This week, Claire Gendel and Alicia Lutes talk about "Through a Glass, Darkly," the season 2 premiere of 'Outlander' on Starz. They discuss Claire and Jamie's arrival in France, the introduction of the Count St-Germain and Claire's return to present day with Frank.
Rank #2: Outlandish: 'Outlander' Episode 107 Podcast "The Wedding".
This week, Claire Gendel and Alicia Lutes talk about "The Wedding," the seventh episode of 'Outlander' on Starz. They discuss Jamie and Claire having sex for the first time...and the second time...and the third time.
If you thought your family was the only one with disfunction, you are sorely mistaken. Join Kevin, Kate, Randall, Jack, and Rebecca as they teach us about the ups and downs of life and prove that with your family by your side there is always a way! On THE THIS IS US AFTERBUZZ TV AFTER SHOW PODCAST, our hosts discuss the lessons learned every episode as well as bring you the latest news and gossip surrounding the show and cast. Also make sure to stay tuned to find out what the biggest tear jerker moment was as well as what our hosts think will happen next on the This is Us After Show!
Rank #1: This Is Us S:3 Ave Maria E:1 .
We’re back! Join hosts Keith, Lina, Parris and Thelma as we get reaclamated with our favorite story of love with Jack and Rebecca, finally dive into Deja’s background and get closer to discovering who the “her is!”ABOUT THIS IS US:Jack and his wife - who is very pregnant with triplets -- have just moved into their new home in Pittsburg. Successful and handsome television actor Kevin is growing increasingly bored with his bachelor lifestyle. Randall -- who was abandoned at a fire station by his father as an infant -- is a stylish New York-based businessman working to raise two daughters with his wife, Beth. These people are among a group -- several of whom share a birthday -- of seemingly random individuals whose lives intertwine in unexpected ways.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rank #2: This Is Us S:2 | The Most Dissapointed Man E:7 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow.
AFTERBUZZ TV -- This Is Us edition, is a weekly "after show" for fans of NBC's This Is Us. In this episode hosts Erica Shannon, Candice Cruz, Lina Noory, and Keith Collins discuss episode 7. RSS Feed: http://afterbuzztv.com/aftershows/this-is-us-afterbuzz-tv-aftershow/feed/ ABOUT THIS IS US: Jack and his wife - who is very pregnant with triplets -- have just moved into their new home in Pittsburg. Successful and handsome television actor Kevin is growing increasingly bored with his bachelor lifestyle. Randall -- who was abandoned at a fire station by his father as an infant -- is a stylish New York-based businessman working to raise two daughters with his wife, Beth. These people are among a group -- several of whom share a birthday -- of seemingly random individuals whose lives intertwine in unexpected ways. Subscribe to our NEW YouTube Channels: Drama - https://www.youtube.com/afterbuzztvdrama Comedy - --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this podcast about all things Hamilton, Hamilton-related, Hamilton-adjacent, or anything else in the Miranda universe, I (your host Gillian Pensavalle) talk to guests (and my sometimes co-host/all times husband Michael Paul Smith) about such things as: how Hamilton brings people together, how we find Ham references in everyday life, and the general brilliance of the show. I'm proud to say that we've spoken to almost everyone from the original creative team (aka "The Cabinet") including the man himself: Lin-Manuel Miranda. In addition, I've had cast members from every company, crew members, musicians, creatives, and the hard working people that keep the production alive. I've also had to pleasure of speaking to experts on the show and its history, some of my superfan friends of note, celebrity Ham enthusiasts, and everything in between. When I started this podcast in January of 2016, I could not have imagined the incredible community that has grown around the show and the amazing experiences that have come my way. Thank you to everyone who has listened, appeared on the show, contributed, or reached out in any way. This podcast is for you and I absolutely love making it. If you have any great Ham stories or funny references that you've come across, let me know! Email TheHamilcast [at] gmail [dot] com, or contact me on social media @TheHamilcast. I also have a Patreon that has given rise to the loveliest corner of the internet, ever. You can learn more about how to be a part of that lovely corner, and how to submit questions to guests, and to be part of my monthly AMA's at https://www.patreon.com/TheHamilcast
Rank #1: #88: #Lintoberfest with Lin-Manuel Miranda // Part One.
Lin-Manuel Miranda came over to my apartment and we had so much fun that I have FIVE episodes for you! Welcome to #Lintoberfest, with my husband Michael Paul Smith joining me for these episodes. In Part One, I try to get over the fact that Lin is recording in my living room - spoiler! I don't! - But regardless, we tell the story of how Lin ended up on the podcast, details of the early days of Hamilton, why Lin is a Hamilton/Burr hybrid, and quote The West Wing a LOT. We also eat popcorn and drink the Spark Into a Flame cocktail, made especially for Lin and inspired by his Inwood, NYC roots. Stay tuned for four more episodes: two more with Lin and then the Lin B-Sides which will be outtakes, non-sequiturs, and commentary by me and Mike (you know Mike). And no, I'm still not over the fact that this happened! No chill whatsoever! To help Puerto Rico: https://hispanicfederation.org/donate Donate to disaster relief: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-charities-to-help-hurricane-victims-harvey-irma-maria-2017-9 https://www.bakerripley.org/get-involved/donate https://www.oneamericaappeal.org/ https://secure.humanesociety.org Previous episodes referenced: http://www.thehamilcast.com/episode-65-dag-i-amaze-and-astonish-part-one/ http://www.thehamilcast.com/episode-66-dag-i-amaze-and-astonish-part-two/ http://www.thehamilcast.com/episode-77-you-want-a-revolution-i-want-a-revelation http://www.thehamilcast.com/episode-83-everybodys-dancin-and-the-bands-top-volume/ http://www.thehamilcast.com/episode-84-everybodys-dancin-and-the-bands-top-volume-part-two
Rank #2: #116: We just assume that it happens // Part One.
In an entirely unprecedented move, I had to record an Emergency Podcast System to put at the top of an already completed episode! Join me and my husband Mike as we play and discuss not only April's #Hamildrop, #FirstBurn, but Lin-Manuel Miranda's very first draft of Burn! We talked about the draft during #Lintoberfest and thanks to LMM's endless generosity and awesomeness, The Hamilcast is the only place you can hear this unreleased draft. Needless to say, we lost our minds and you will too. Enjoy! Download and stream "First Burn" on your favorite music platform and head over to www.hamildrops.com for all things Hamildrops. /// Hamilton Broadway's Associate Company Manager Holli Campbell stopped by to drop alllllll the knowledge about how Hamilton runs smoothly, from Broadway to the growing number of companies. From what a company manager does to breaking down all the types of tickets and how to get them (yes!), Holli proves that you don't have to be on stage to be heavily involved in theatre. HAMILTON Ham4Ham 9/11/15 “Love for the Techies Day” with the entire company On “Love for the Techies Day," production stage manager Jason Bassett calls the cues while Lin-Manuel and the company perform “Ten Duel Commandments” (without the dual turntables): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqE-mGI5OaM
Two friends and dedicated fans of Outlander. The TV series based on Diana Gabaldon's bestselling books. American Southern Belle, Gracie and Canadian Ice Queen, Aislene discuss weekly Outlander news.Feel free to check us out at our links. Tumblr: http://outlandersassenach.tumblr.comFacebook: http://wwww.facebook.com/outlandersassenachpageBlogspot: http://outlandersassenach.blogspot.com
Rank #1: Our Love Affair with Lord John Grey.
On the heels of casting for Lord John Grey, we discuss our favorite things about one of the most important characters in the Outlander Series. Feel free to follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/outlandersassenachpage On Tumblr: http://outlandersassenach.tumblr.com or EMAIL us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #2: Outlander Fangirling: Faves and Least Faves.
We discuss our favorite and least favorite parts of the books, show and what we are looking forward to most in Season Three, answering the questions put forth by Outlander Series on Tumblr in an Outlander themed Questionaire.
Fake news, oppressive patriarchy, and an overall impending sense of doom: Join us as "Aunt" Kelly Anneken & Molly "Ofmitchell" Sanchez discuss this and more in Red All Over, a podcast that explores The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, Alias Grace on Netflix, the works of Margaret Atwood and (weirdly) not current events.
Rank #1: Handmaid's Tale Hulu Recap 1: I'm Your Puppet.
Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale has finally dropped, and Kelly & Molly are HERE. FOR. IT. They gush over the first episode, which is quite possibly the most beautiful hour of television ever, and agree that pop culture has enough ethnic cleaning stories, get squicked out by Joseph Fiennes committing a disgusting act, reminisce over IM away messages of yore, marvel at the way Aunt Lydia goes full Trunchbull, and decide that Handmaiding for John Legend & Chrissy Teigen would be a sweet gig. Heaven is book jokes that are appreciated, so subscribe, rate & review so we can keep telling them!
Rank #2: Handmaid's Tale Hulu Recap 10: Stress-Eating Prosciutto.
Kelly & Molly are pedantic all the way and full of praise for Elisabeth Moss, Yvonne Strahovski, and Samira Wiley in their recap of the Handmaid's Tale season finale. They also make a PSA about going to see live comedy, marvel at Fred's fuckboyetry, speculate on which sci-fi franchise would survive in Gilead, extol the virtues of problematic d and Nick's pillowy lips, prove inept at the mathly arts, find the only nice man in the show, set their watches to Greenwich Shannon Time, decide God should be like J.Lo, and offer up one last tangent for the road. We'll be back soon with some special summer fun, so make sure to subscribe, rate, review, and tell your friends to check us out! Nolite te bastardes carborundorum, bitches!