Chatting about British Television, Film & Culture

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  • 179: The Lazarus Project

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    Emma O'Neill-Dietel joins the ladies to discuss the most entertaining British series you probably missed this summer: TNT's time-bending adventure The Lazarus Project

  • 178: Classics Revisited: The Jewel in the Crown

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    In the latest installment of our Classics Revisited series, the ladies look back at the sprawling 1984 period drama The Jewel in the Crowna series that still defines British television for many viewers.

  • 177: Grantchester Season 8 Premiere

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    The ladies dig into the premiere of Grantchester Season 8, which sees Will wrestling with the idea of fatherhood as Geordie's superiors start hinting he should retire.

  • 176: The Final Season of Endeavour

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    Recapper Janet Mullany joins the ladies to discuss the end of an era: The final three episodes of the popular prequel series "Endeavour" and the conclusion (at least for now) of the Inspector Morse universe.

  • 175: The Best of 2023 (So Far)

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    2023 is (somehow!) half over, so it's time for the ladies to look back on their favorite British programs of the year (so far), from All Creatures Great and Small and Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story to Happy Valley and The Great

  • 174: Ridley Premiere

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    The ladies are joined by Emma O'Neill-Dietel to discuss the PBS premiere of Ridley. Retired Detective Inspector Alex Ridley is called back to advise on a complex and compelling murder case by his replacement and former protege DI Carol Farman.

  • 173: Summer Preview 2023

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    The ladies dig into the British programs headed our way this summer, from the final season of Endeavour  and the premiere of the new mystery series Ridley to the returns of favorites like GrantchesterGood Omens, and Black Mirror.

  • 172: British Movies: Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

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    Our series on recent British movies you might have missed continues as Janet Mullany joins the ladies to discuss Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, a charming fashion-focused fairytale starring Lesley Manville