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Episode 48 – Normal Service

Episode 48 – Once we get a quick discussion of Trump out of the way, it’s back to normal service and time to talk Televigion. We spend time on Class, Still Game, Yonderland S3, QI, Westworld, Grey’s Anatomy and The Expanse. We also catch up on the moustache thoughts of the nation and Rachel places Rachel Bloom […]

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Episode 47 – In Flight Entertainment

Episode 47! Nearly two months since our last recording and there’s a lot to cover! Starting with the best moustaches on TV, exciting grapes and a few puns we catch up on eight weeks of Televigion. Some old news about Amazon pilots Contact us on Twitter, online at The Televigion Blog or via televigionist@gmail.com. Details this week Correspondence and […]

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Episode 46 – The Special Special

We are a year old! And it is time to discuss specials. To make our episode special, we have a guest from Australia, long time contributor and listener Freya Bramwell. Thanks to Ali, Aislinn, Edward and The Televigion Mum for your selections – Childrens Hospital Newsreaders episodes, Community: Abed’s Uncontrollable Christmas and Star Trek The Next Generation: All […]

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Episode 41 – The Televigion Cinematic Universe

We have returned! There’s a new on-demand service in the Televigion household, some thoughts on American TV commercials and a discussion of the trend for cinematic universes (inspired by thoughts of the new Star Trek series). Here is the Paul Feig interview about Ghostbusters from Den of Geek. Contact us on Twitter, online at The Televigion Blog or via televigionist@gmail.com. […]

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So.. That Delay…

As you may know, the escape venue in York is open. But life, including Televigion, is not quite back to normal yet. There are notes and recommendations and correspondence gathered but not yet the combination of energy and time to record and edit. At least we’ve had a lot of new sitcoms to digest (everyone […]

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Episode 32 – On Request

For Episode 32, it looks like we’ve done all of our homework this week, watching everything we were recommended (except Deutschland ’83) and everything we promised last time (Netflix catch up for Rachel, comedy catch up for James). Contact us on Twitter, online at The Televigion Blog or via televigionist@gmail.com. Details this week Correspondence:- The Televigion Mum shares views on […]

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Episode 31 – Broadband Returns

Episode 31 is here and the internet returns! And with it, our Televigion possibilities! We also stumble onto a discussion of violence in TV and would love to hear your views. Contact us on Twitter, online at The Televigion Blog or via televigionist@gmail.com. Also this week Correspondence:- Gauntletgirl has some thoughts on TV news, The Autism Season and shares an […]

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Episode 30 – Breaking News

Episode 30 – A change in the way we watch TV leads to a discussion of television news, particularly related to the Brussels attacks. Also this week Correspondence:- The Televigion Mum sent an article announcing the return of Top of the Lake with added Gwendoline Christie Current TV:- The A Word, Tuesdays 9pm BBC1 Related articles How realistic is The […]

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Episode 29 – Yorkshire Televigion

From the brand new Yorkshire studio comes episode 29. Watching TV is harder here but getting back to (freeview) basics might be a refreshing change. Very Special Correspondence:- Gauntletgirl hasn’t seen Full House but brings up Nickelodeon sitcoms and sends in two great articles on the wonder of Ian McShane and on Nashville’s success Recommendations:- Gauntletgirl recommends a frustratingly unavailable […]

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Episode 28 – Hiatus Return

We’re back! Illness has left us and excitement has joined (we’re moving to York!) But we also have a lot to catch up on, not least American Gods TV adaptation news and a lot more listener’s thoughts about Televigion characters. So let’s get cracking! Correspondence:- A huge number of correspondents who got involved, thanks to Catherine Stewart, Beth […]