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Hogwarts Radio is a general entertainment HARRY POTTER podcast dedicated to discussing all things about J.K. Rowling's wizarding world! Tune in each episode to hear the latest developments on the new 'Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them' film series, and SO MUCH MORE!
 
Oscar winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, House of Cards) will play detective Wayne Hays, a state police detective from Northwest Arkansas. Stephen Dorff (Somewhere, Immortals) is set to play Arkansas State Investigator Roland West. Carmen Ejogo (Selma, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) will play school teacher Amelia Reardon, who is connected to two missing children. Additional cast members include Josh Hopkins, who will play Jim Dobkins, a private attorney in Fayetteville, Arkansas in ...
 
Meet these fictional audio cartoon characters created by Gavin Davies and Tom Clarke-Hill. The series shares similarities with shows like Futurama, but exists an as audio-only storyline. Never heard one quite like it? Good. That's the point! This podcast is part of Podcast Radio’s Original (PRO-Shows) programming. Meet the team behind the scenes: Gavin DaviesProfessor Spoon, Police Officer, Area 51 Guide, plus many other voices.Writer, Producer and editor of the series! Tom Clarke-HillGenera ...
 
Weekly podcast for book lovers who want to read beyond the lines. Each episode, we put together a list of books with a common theme. We will tell you about recipes, travel destinations, screen/stage adaptations, fashion, art, or design inspired by these books. Listeners can interact with us by participating in any of the weekly sections we feature: Cover Gallery, Book vs. Book, Six-Word Book Review, and GuessWork. All show notes available at www.twobookramblers.com
 
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It seems that twins are more abundant inside than outside the pages of books. Twins have fascinated writers for a long time, maybe it is because of the possibilities for them to switch places, or to pull the doppelgänger effects, or the creative possibilities given when two different stories have a common inception. Starting in our childhood with T…
 
I figure that when writers have a compulsion to put a story down on paper, and paper, as we might think of it, is not readily available, their urge to get the story out will improvise a writing surface out of anything. After listening to this episode you will see that the surfaces and materials used by authors to write their books might not always …
 
It is often the case that heroes in fantasy stories are in the company of a friend who helps them in their preternatural quest. It is also the case that many times these friends have one, or many, magical traits: talking animals, or chimeric beings come to mind. Regardless of these beings having fur, scales, wing, or all of those, these are the sid…
 
We come to associate the fictional characters we love with an item of clothing, a hairstyle, or a phrase. But there are some characters that even have an address. Granted, many of these address are as fictional as the characters themselves, but that doesn't prevent us readers to add them to our fictional address books, or fictional rolodexes (becau…
 
An allegory can specially resonate when it includes animals; since, as Donald L. Hicks said "those who teach the most about humanity aren't always human." We dedicate today's episode to books using animals allegorically, and you will see how powerful some of them can be. All books discussed and links to all the topics mentioned in this episodes can…
 
We have a weakness for public art celebrating books or famous literary characters, and you can bet we will have a picture in front of any we encounter in our travels. For the readers like us who would love a photo-op with sculptures inspired by their favorite books, we have compiled a list of them in this episode. All books discussed and links to a…
 
All books discussed and links to all the topics mentioned in this episodes can be found in the show notes at www.twobookramblers.com Valentine's day is approaching and we would like to dedicate an episode to all those literary star-crossed lovers we have met in books. We will refer to those books that get us rooting for the couple despite having so…
 
Just like in the music industry, there are also literary one-hit wonders. Sometimes these title is given to an author’s debut novel which also happened to be his or her last one, or to one posthumously published book, or to the one title that is very well known from an author that has other lesser known ones. We want to highlight in this episodes s…
 
Have you ever opened a book and cracked a smile with just the first line? We have, and usually that's an indication that the book will keep us amused throughout. In this episode, we want to share with you some humorous first lines, and, of course, the books they introduce. All books discussed and links to all the topics mentioned in this episodes c…
 
Albert Einstein said that "today's imagination is tomorrow's reality". And if we judge by their books, writers from the 19th century were quite busy imagining future reality with astonishing accuracy. In this episode we give you a list of books published before 1900 which "predicted" future events or inventions. We promise you will be surprised. Al…
 
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