Telly Visions: The Podcast
Our Classics Revisited series continues as contributor Janet Mullany joins the ladies for a look back at the 1995 film Persuasion, an essentially perfect Jane Austen adaptation starring Amanda Root and Ciaran Hinds.
Contributor Janet Mullany returns to join the ladies in a discussion of All Creatures Great and Small Season 2, which featured everything from a legitimate character growth for Tristan to an actual arc for everyone's favorite good boy, Tricki Woo.
Contributor Carmen Croghan joins the ladies to discuss the conclusion of Around the World in 80 Days' first season, from the character dynamics between the show's lead trio to the various countries they visit along their journey.
On the latest installment of our Classics Revisited series, the ladies dig into the critically acclaimed 2005 adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic novel, Bleak House. (Yes, the one with Gillian Anderson.)
Contributor Janet Mullany joins the ladies to discuss the cozy goodness of All Creatures Great and Small, from James and Helen's will they/won't they courtship to the adorable return of best boy Tricki Woo.
On the latest installment of our Classics Revisited series, the ladies dig into 2004 period drama North and South, a story that's equal parts romance and class drama, with an extremely attractive Richard Armitage on top.
Noted soccer fan - and Telly Visions boss - Nick Scalera joins the ladies to break down the good, the bad, and the wildly ridiculous of Ted Lasso Season 2, from Ted's struggle with anxiety to the state of Roy and Keeley's romance and whether that whole Nate thing actually worked.
Dreams can come true, Doctor Who fans! In our first bonus mini-episode, the ladies (dramatically) react to the news that former showrunner Russell T. Davies will return to the iconic sci-fi series in 2023.
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.
The ladies dig into the new Netflix show The Irregulars, a vaguely Sherlock Holmes-adjacent genre series that sees a teen version of the Baker Street Irregulars attempt to solve a series of interconnected supernatural mysteries, and use it as an excuse to talk other recent adaptations of the great detective's story.
The ladies attempt to break down what's coming this spring in the world of British television - and what we may have to wait a bit longer than usual to see, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic - from Atlantic Crossing and Netflix's The Serpent to updates on the latest seasons of Call the Midwife, Grantchester, and Unforgotten.
The ladies dig into the first season of period mystery Miss Scarlet and the Duke, from its treatment of gender and race in the Victorian era to whether Eliza and the Duke should get together romantically. (Warning: Lacy's really obsessed.)
Downton Abbey turns ten years old this month (how??) and the ladies celebrate by digging into the favorite moments from the period drama that changed both their lives. Lacy stans for Matthew and Mary, while Ani makes the case for Downton as historical fiction.
The ladies finally dig in to the period drama everyone's been talking about: Bridgerton. From favorite siblings to Season 2 hopes, Lacy and Ani discuss what works and what doesn't about Netflix's big Regency hit. (Warning: Much like the show we're discussing, this conversation can be somewhat TV-MA.)
The ladies are joined by contributor Carmen Croghan to dig into The Great British Baking Show Season 8, one of the beloved reality show's most controversial outings. What worked, what didn't, and how much the coronavirus restrictions impacted proceedings are all on the table.
Sherlock, the mega-popular modern Holmes update that made global stars of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, turns 10 this month. (Yes, really.) The ladies welcome contributor Carmen Croghan for a (loooong) chat about how the series has held up, why the final season is so bad, and the impact the show still has today.
The ladies dig into the world of Endeavour Morse -- original series, prequels, spin-offs, and all. Lacy watches Endeavour for the first time and wonders where the women are, while Ani is thrilled about Season 7's attempt to tackle a real season-long arc.
The ladies dig into the ninth season of popular period drama "Call the Midwife" with special guest Nick Scalera, who happens to be a massive fan of the show, in addition to being Lacy's boss. Join us as we dish all the times we cried this year.
Telly Visions contributor Janet Mullany joins the ladies via the magic of the internet for a deep dive into World on Fire's first season thus far. We swoon over Arthur Darvill's addition to the cast, discuss Lois' future, and speculate about what might be ahead for Robina.
In a very special episode of Telly Visions: The Podcast, Lacy and Ani practice social distancing and record a remote episode digging into some of their favorite new shows coming in Spring 2020: World on Fire, Baptiste, Killing Eve, Belgravia and more!
Now that it's over, Lacy and Ani look back on Doctor Who Season 12, digging into everything from our favorite episodes to what we think works and what doesn't in the Chris Chibnall era. (Are three companions too many? Did we need to see the Cybermen again? What about all the finale twists? In short: There's a lot to talk about.)
We love all things British TV and culture. So we’re making a podcast about it. Join us next week for the debut of Telly Visions: The Podcast as we talk about Sanditon, Doctor Who, and whatever else we’re watching this week. See you soon!