After a year of podcasting, Sophie and Mark have accrued a not insignificant amount of bonus material and bloopers that didn't make it into the original episodes. To maintain somewhat of an aura of professionalism, they've been compiled into this single episode so that, at the very least, the crazy is contained in an orderly fashion. Get ready for Breezy, cheese podcasting and more discussion of Monopoly than you ever wanted.
This month we sat down and talked about the podcast that you've come to love the most: You Know What I Like! For our one year anniversary special, we put together a compilation episode where we discussed all of those little topics that we couldn't fit into a complete episode! Also featuring a very special guest: Megan Conway of Valley Arts Theatre Company.
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Before we celebrate our one year anniversary, there's a short, very special audio clip of Sophie testing out her new microphone. It's absolutely hilarious and couldn't be lost to the world. Come back on June 1st for our celebration of our first complete year doing You Know What I Like...?
This month we sat down and talked about the most glamorous detective in all the land. Put your deer stalkers away, Miss Phryne Fisher is here to dazzle you with her quick wit and her sharp fashion.
By Crom! This month we sat down and talked about the character who's name has become ubiquitous with both melancholy and mirth: Conan the Barbarian.
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This month we sat down with Alzabo Soup and talked about one of the most beloved and pioneering, yet highly contentious, authors from the past century: Gene Wolfe.
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This month we sat down and talked about the subversive, bizarre and insanely charming fantasy adventure through the wonderful world of Stormhold: Neil Gaiman's Stardust.
This month we sat down and talked about the most engaging, progressive and downright exciting franchises that has seen a significant resurgance since the 1980s: Jem and the Holograms.
This month we sat down and talked about one of the most popular and well-attended indie comic festivals in the United Kingdom: Thought Bubble.
This month we sat down and talked about one of the most influential pieces of literature to have been released in the past 100 years: Alice in Wonderland.
This month we sat down and talked about one of the most obscure teen rom-coms of the 1990s: Drive Me Crazy. Yes, we talk about and synopsise the movie for longer than the duration of the actual movie itself, but it's worth it, we swear. Scout's honour!