Telly Visions: The Podcast is a podcast about British television and culture, by people who love British television and culture. We’re here to dig deep into all the things Anglophiles care about, from period dramas to mysteries to Doctor Who and more.
A listener asks where the non-Masterpiece British shows on your local PBS station come from and the ladies attempt to explain, in a wide-ranging discussion about everything from Midsomer Murders and Vera to Walter's Choice imports like Seaside Hotel and Line of Separation.
Contributor Janet Mullany returns to the show to discuss the final episodes of Atlantic Crossing, from the uncomfortable FDR creep factor and Martha's impressive array of great hats to the series' determined refusal to pick a lane about whatever is going on with their relationship.
The ladies decide to talk about a show that's not particularly British or especially prestige, but they love it anyway: Buzzy Netflix fantasy drama Shadow and Bone, which molds a popular YA fantasy into something that's much greater than the sum of its parts.