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  • 220: Classics Revisited: Withnail & I

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    The latest episode of our Classics Revisited series looks back at the 1987 film Withnail and I, a black comedy starring Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann that's become something of a cult classic in the years since its release. 

  • 219: Welcome to Wrexham Season 3

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    Ani once again teams up with Lacy's boss Nick for an episode that is all sport all the time, as contributor Sophie Brookover joins the pod for a deep dive into 'Welcome to Wrexham,' the FX docu/reality series about Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds' slow quest to resurrect Welsh football team Wrexham AFC back to its former glory.

  • 218: The London Spring Theater Scene

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    Lacy returns from London and takes a turn in the guest seat with a report on everything she saw on stage over her week away, from Michael Sheen in the National Theatre's Nye to Sir Ian McKellen’s almost four-hour Falstaff in The Player Kings.

  • 217: Call the Midwife Season 13

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    Contributor Megan Vick joins Ani Bundel and special guest Lacy's boss Nick Scalera, to break down the drama of Season 13 of 'Call the Midwife' and Trixie's collapsing marriage to Matthew.

  • 216: Apple TV+'s Manhunt

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    Contributor Sophie Brookover joins the ladies to discuss Apple TV+'s Manhunta very American period drama about the aftermath of the Lincoln assassination that's bursting with British actors. 

  • 215: Mary and George

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    Contributor Janet Mullany joins the ladies to discuss the racy new Starz period drama "Mary and George", which recounts the story of Mary Villiers, Countess of Buckingham, and her family's rise to prominence during the reign of King James I. 

  • 214: Mr. Bates vs the Post Office

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    Contributor Megan Vick joins the ladies to discuss the smash U.K. drama Mr. Bates vs the Post Office and the real-life case that inspired the show. 

  • 213: Time Season 2

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    Contributor Emma O'Neill-Dietel joins the ladies to discuss the second season of BritBox's prestige prison drama anthology series Time, which is even thornier and more complicated than its excellent first outing.