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Best Tim Finnigan podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tim Finnigan podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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The UK’s biggest book club is back with an all new podcast hosted by television royalty; Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan. Each week, Richard and Judy will be discussing a brand-new book with its author, delving into the novel’s origins, themes, inspirations and much, much more. This is the perfect podcast for any book lover, and with each title available in your nearest WHSmith store as part of their exclusive Richard and Judy Book Club collection, it’s never been easier to join Britain’s ...
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Anna Hope returns to the Book Club for the second time, this year with her novel Expectation. Hannah, Cate and Lissa live together in East London, their worlds connected by activism, art, romance, and their high hopes for their futures. However, ten years on, their careers, marriages and friendships aren’t what they expected. Anna tells Richard and…
What can we learn from past pandemics?By Two Guys, One Book
Married couple Nicci Gerrard and Sean French write together under the pseudonym Nicci French. They join Richard and Judy to discuss writing their latest novel The Lying Room. This book tells the story of a woman having an affair with her boss; on turning up at his house she finds him murdered. Afraid her family will discover her infidelity, she wor…
Dawn O’Porter is this week’s featured author in the Richard and Judy Book Club. So Lucky is a bold, confident, and very funny book examining how social media can make women’s lives look far more perfect than they really are. Dawn discusses her own relationship with social media, why she’s so confident writing about sex, and how her friend’s experie…
Erin Kelly returns to The Richard And Judy Book Club with her latest novel We Know You Know, a thriller set in and around a converted Victorian psychiatric hospital in Suffolk. Our heroine Marianne is a history of art lecturer, but the building itself is the true central character. Erin reveals what she learnt about the history of psychiatric medic…
Jane Fallon joins Richard and Judy in this week’s episode to discuss her return to the Book Club with her latest novel Queen Bee. The story follows residents of The Close, a beautiful street of mansions, where gorgeous Stella is the indisputable 'Queen Bee'! In this exclusive interview, Jane shares with Richard and Judy how she came up with the ide…
The United States seems extremely polarized and tense right now. But this book shows how that is nothing new. Every generation has faced issues, but finds a way to get through them.By Two Guys, One Book
Robert Harris joins Richard and Judy to discuss his latest novel, The Second Sleep. It’s 1,468 years after the catastrophic collapse of our current civilization, and humankind has had to start again from ground zero. Robert explores why he feels the Church would almost certainly survive an apocalypse, shares his thoughts on the fragility of modern …
The UK’s biggest book club is back with a new, improved podcast hosted by television royalty; Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan. Each week, Richard and Judy will be discussing a brand-new book with its author, delving into the novel’s origins, themes inspirations and much, much more. And with each title available in your nearest WHSmith store as pa…
If sleep is so important, why don't we value it more?By Two Guys, One Book
Some consider this novella a classic. We thought it was just ok.By Two Guys, One Book
Returning to the book club Sadie Jones has written ia a new novel that focuses on the powers of corruption of wealth and it's a brilliant thriller and mystery tale. Hear how the concept and the settings came about.By Jibba Jabba
We discuss the big philosophical ideas found in Ted Chiang's powerful new collection of short stories.By Two Guys, One Book
Heart-warming and heart-breaking in equal measure, Mike Gayle will have your emotions gripped from the opening chapter. Here he explains to Richard and Judy what makes this former journalist thrive as a novel writer.By Jibba Jabba
This case for David Raker is a unique twist on the many disappearance cases he has investigated. The nine residents of Black Gale are all close friends and gather for a dinner party but by the next morning, none can be found - the whole village has vanished. It was a tale that had Richard and Judy gripped.…
We examine the various factors contributing to this modern phenomenon on college campuses.By Two Guys, One Book
Note* This episode was recorded right before social distancing was announced for the coronavirus in Toronto. This week we talk about the impact of the coronavirus in Toronto, why millennial and gen x Torontonians do not want to live too close to their parent, a review of the Zach Villere concert and the musical recommendation of the soul refreshing…
"In the midst of war, he found loveIn the midst of darkness, he found courageIn the midst of tragedy, he found hope"Perhaps, a timely release of a novel that teaches much about hope in adversity in a subtle and heart-warming way. Hear why this tale and author Christy Lefteri were so inspiring to Richard and Judy.…
This compelling read, will have you questioning everybody and every relationship you have and your childhood memories. Twists and turns a-plenty that have Richard and Judy full of praise for this experienced author.By Jibba Jabba
The Queen of historical fiction is back. Tidelands is the first in The Fairmile series by Philippa Gregory,set in England in 1648 a very dark time to be a woman. Hear why Richard and Judy chose it to open the latest series of Britain's best-loved book club.By Jibba Jabba
A thrilling whodunnit packed with twists and spanning 30 years. This is a debut crime novel and has readers across the world gripped.By Jibba Jabba
By Two Guys, One Book
By Two Guys, One Book
This week we comment on Kanye's return on his latest release, the contrast of living in Iceland, reminding the west coast we love them even if they don't feel that way, the amazing music of Tycho and a review of Momofuku Kojin restaurant.
A young man has a series of existential crises, and must learn to cope with his cat disappearing, his wife leaving, and various surreal experiences.By Two Guys, One Book
Tim and Brian discuss this engaging book that covers philanthropy, empowerment, and women's rights among other things.By Two Guys, One Book
This episode Rafi responds to Laird's review of the Chance the Rapper album the big day. We discuss the best food pickup/delivery apps in Toronto, discuss the amazingness of audiobooks found in the library and the book "The Third Door" by Alex Banayan and the inspiring music of Koffee the Jamaican reggae artist.…
Will technology ultimately help or hurt us?By Two Guys, One Book
This episode we explore if having success and happiness hurts art, a random meet and glory of 2 chefs, the music of Kelly Finnigan and 2 restaurant adventures in Toronto.
How does geography influence global politics?By Two Guys, One Book
This episode we comment on how the Raptors have transformed from a secondary team to the leafs to THE team for representing Canada. We discuss our favourite Toronto events, the diverse music of Dominic Fike and the sublime flavours of the Taiwanese Canadian restaurant Chop Chop in Toronto.
A chaotic novel filled with silly drawings and crazy characters.By Two Guys, One Book
By Two Guys, One Book
This week we share an experience at a concert in little Italy Toronto that teaches us a valuable lesson. We discuss how your dream may not be the actual dream and feature music by the artist Mk.Gee.
This week we discuss the "auto-decisions" of Canadians and TIm Hortons coffee, risque band stories and the phenomenal music of Marc Rebillet.
Tim and Brian discuss their struggles in trying to finish this massive book. There share parts they liked and lessons they learned.By Two Guys, One Book
This week we discuss the new "Dome Dining" at the Bentway in Toronto, a new "Me Generation" holiday proposed as a joke, our Toronto tweet of the month and music by the remarkable Bayonne.
Tim and Brian discuss the newest book by David Sedaris. It is a collection of wonderful essays, ones that could make you cry tears of laughter or of sadness.By Two Guys, One Book
In this episode we give you help on how to meet people in the city, discuss the challenges of the NFL, honour Black History Month by celebrating our $10 bill, musical recommendation is Tim Atlas and do a throwback visit of Pacific Junction hotel and poutine spring rolls.
This book deals with Russia and their influence over modern political affairs, such as Brexit and the election of Trump.By Two Guys, One Book
This week we talk about the concept of resolutions, get an update on the winners of Laird's traditional family garlic pork contest, the beautiful music of Angelo De Augustine and Norling a Nepalese restaurant in a Tibetan area of Toronto.
This episode we finally find closure on why dairy queen does no longer carry the Reese's Pieces blizzard regularly. The best ways to avoid the difficult family members during the holiday season. Rafi's Roosevelt concert experience, the amazing up and coming band Hello Yello and the brilliant culinary art of the restaurant Doma.…
This week we talk about earphones and the need for dongles in new gen phones, searching for new adventures, the opening of union station food court in Toronto, the harmony driven group Thirdstory and our Toronto Pizza Adventure
This week Rafi compares his experience in Asia and Indonesia with the food in Toronto, we talk about the Bentway ice rink and location, the hauntingly beautiful artist Puma Blue and some of the best dang sandwiches (and burger) in Toronto at Kitson and Co. Sandwiches
By Two Guys, One Book
By Two Guys, One Book
This week we discuss the impact of robots taking over for servers in restaurants. The Toronto Exhibition love it or hate it? The remarkable musical artist Day Wave and we visit Sala Modern Thai Kitchen on the Danforth.
Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke Tim and Brian discuss this Sci-Fi classic written by Arthur C. Clarke. Share your thoughts about Rendezvou with Rama below!By Two Guys, One Book