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PostPosted: 28 Jun 2020, 18:47 
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This is a new podcast for me recommended by a friend.

A lot of the books are those familar to many of us but they range quite widely within the 'casts at all levels of culture. The first one to which I listened threw me by being about a William Golding book and had a guest who I know as a Star Trek novel writer (and who I've met at Destination Star Trek...). The podcast to which I'm listening at present is focussed on "Frost In may" but has so far mentioned the "Call The Midwife" books and the paintings of John Piper.

They do a lot of Virago books. Other authors they've done are Pym, Heyer, DE Stevenson...

The main hosts are John Mitchinson possibly best known for his involvement in QI and Andy Miller, who wrote "A Year of Reading Dangerously" (which I recommend as well)


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PostPosted: 19 Jul 2020, 15:24 
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Victoria wrote:
This is a new podcast for me recommended by a friend.

A lot of the books are those familar to many of us but they range quite widely within the 'casts at all levels of culture. The first one to which I listened threw me by being about a William Golding book and had a guest who I know as a Star Trek novel writer (and who I've met at Destination Star Trek...). The podcast to which I'm listening at present is focussed on "Frost In may" but has so far mentioned the "Call The Midwife" books and the paintings of John Piper.

They do a lot of Virago books. Other authors they've done are Pym, Heyer, DE Stevenson... is it expensive?

The main hosts are John Mitchinson possibly best known for his involvement in QI and Andy Miller, who wrote "A Year of Reading Dangerously" (which I recommend as well)


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PostPosted: 19 Jul 2020, 16:53 
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chaletschoollover96 wrote:
Victoria wrote:
This is a new podcast for me recommended by a friend.

A lot of the books are those familar to many of us but they range quite widely within the 'casts at all levels of culture. The first one to which I listened threw me by being about a William Golding book and had a guest who I know as a Star Trek novel writer (and who I've met at Destination Star Trek...). The podcast to which I'm listening at present is focussed on "Frost In may" but has so far mentioned the "Call The Midwife" books and the paintings of John Piper.

They do a lot of Virago books. Other authors they've done are Pym, Heyer, DE Stevenson... is it expensive?

The main hosts are John Mitchinson possibly best known for his involvement in QI and Andy Miller, who wrote "A Year of Reading Dangerously" (which I recommend as well)


It costs nothing to listen to the podcast, if that's what you mean.

This will take you to the website.

https://www.backlisted.fm/


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 Post subject: Re: Backlisted
PostPosted: 31 Mar 2021, 20:40 
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Just to say that a recent episode is not only about "Miss Pym Disposes" by Josephine Tey but also the guest writer on the 'cast is Val McDermid (and yes, there's a passing mention of the CS books)

https://www.backlisted.fm/episodes/133- ... m-disposes


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