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Yolkboy and Lady Gwynhyfvar host podcasts about George RR Martin's 'A Song of Ice and Fire' novels. Analysis and theories, alongside short readings set to specially arranged music, pseudo adverts from Westeros, music from the fandom, guests, and more ... this is Radio Westeros, the only radio station this side of Asshai (spoilers all books) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Valar Morghulis! Join us as we explore the deep, dark secrets of Westeros. New & Innovative perspective on the Game of Thrones TV series as well as in-depth coverage of the upcoming House of the Dragon series. Valar Dohaeris! Contact: Email: southsidewesteros@gmail.com Website: Home | South Side Westeros IG: Southsidewesteros (@southsidewesteros) Twitter: South Side Westeros (@Sswesteros) / Twitter Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/southsidewesteros/ Donate:Buy me Coffee: Sswesteros Patreon ...
 
We are passionate fans of HBO's Game of Thrones discussing the world of the Lannisters, Starks, and Targaryens. We delve into current episodes and discuss news. No spoilers allowed! Our goal is simple, enjoy Game of Thrones among friends in a casual atmosphere. We don't dissect, we love.
 
Home to the unofficial podcast about HBO’s Game of Thrones. Hosted by Zack and Rachel. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
 
Who would play at your dream festival? Shaun Keaveny's got a lifetime of festival moments (well, the ones he can remember) to draw on as each episode he guides a music-loving guest to share their 5 favourite acts to see on stage in a field somewhere. From the first band waking up your senses to that emotional sunset slot and the all-important headliner. Other fantasy festival essentials will be covered too, from choice snacks to tent skills (ha! Celebrities pitching their own tents? No chanc ...
 
"Old Sounds and the New" is a show dedicated to the world of "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George R.R. Martin. Join Dan, Bill and Alex on our Game of Thrones hype train rewatch marathon leading up to HBO's EPIC SERIES FINALE in Season 8 as well as all breaking news on the remaining books in the series and television spinoff's that follow.
 
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We ask the congregation to open your GOT bibles and turn to The Book of Snow. In this book I will preach to you tales of a great man who accomplished many things and save innumerable lives while giving his own in the name of good. Brothers and sisters, the man I speak about is Jon Snow. And while many of you uplift this man, rightfully so, you may …
 
In this episode all about the epilogue of ASoS, we look at the story of Merrett Frey, how the chapter functions in ASoIaF, and the stunning introduction of a reanimated Catelyn Stark. Sections on the foreshadowing for Lady Stoneheart, the history and meaning of Oldstones, and the role of vengeance in ASoIaF complete the episode. https://www.patreon…
 
Multi-talented singer-songwriter, producer, guitarist Steven Wilson, also of Porcupine Tree fame, breaks the Line-Up format in spectacular fashion here. Instead of the usual 5 acts, he suggests a 4 day-er featuring 12 of his most loved bands, and who were we to stop him? Steven goes all out for this sonic experience, while also discussing the roots…
 
This is Taboo. I am going to attempt to present a case to the court of public opinion. While I realize the level of ambition is astounding and the mere fact that the fever is so high to this day stacks the deck against me. This, however, does not deter the Master of Whispers and I will prove to the court that the final season was not as bad as one …
 
Titan of ASOIAF from the north John (@J_McGonagle on twitter) joins Matt for a look at the trailer from a book readers perspective (warning - there may be spoilers). Apologies for the audio quality (Matt will learn how to use a mic SOMEday)! Contact the podcast via tweet @B4thedragonpod, email mattsaudioblog@gmail.com, or use the contact form at th…
 
You may know him best as an actor, but John Simm is also a fine musician, just ask Echo & The Bunnymen or New Order. John shares his early guitar-playing ambitions from gigging with his dad, to switching gears to acting in The Lakes, Doctor Who, Grace and Life on Mars – which may well be returning soon... Music obsessions run deep at John’s Here Co…
 
Today we join the Brotherhood without Banners as they stalk the countryside robbing from the rich and giving to the poor. The Brotherhood in the books goes waaay deeper and has some Suprise members but today we focus on their characters in the show. They were mostly revered but hated in other fronts but are key figures who saved Westeros with their…
 
Matt discusses the new House of the Dragon trailer and images released by HBO on May 5th, 2022, and also reviews some feedback. We want to hear from YOU! Find the podcast @b4thedragonpod on twitter, send emails to mattsausdioblog@gmail.com leave comments on the YouTube page (search for Before the Dragon Podcast on YouTube) or find everything Matt d…
 
Rebecca Lucy Taylor, aka Self Esteem, is a force of nature bringing her favourite musicians to the North Anston pit top for her fantasy festival. There’s talk of her art practise featuring Chris Martin’s T-shirts (obvs), her love of a good show tune, and how delicious salad cream does indeed transform a salad. Plus the ongoing pressure to be a posi…
 
Part 2 of our Best of the Worst series finds us still in the frozen north, strapped to wooden planks. As we scream for mercy, the lord of the Dreadfort, Roose Bolton stares at us with cold, calculating eyes. He tortures us with soft words and evil intent, we beg for him to flay us just to end the ordeal. While Ramsey was one of the most hated on th…
 
Music came long before acting for Paddy Considine, rivalling siblings for records, losing himself in songs & transforming a friend with a nose strip of white emulsion. He opens up about the diagnosis that changed his life, how he felt an imposter in the acting world, and why his band Riding the Low means so much. Plus, on-set tongue twisters with t…
 
This episode has been heavily requested and debated. I have made many claims about Catelyn Stark and why I feel she is a horrible character who directly created the situations that destroyed her family and brought them to the brink of extinction. She never truly loved her husband and because of this could not truly love his children. She wanted pow…
 
Radiohead guitarist Ed discusses his diplomatic ‘mum’ role in the iconic Oxfordshire band, wrestling with imposter syndrome while also expanding his creative horizons in his solo work, EOB. There’s some geeking out about specific sounds on OK Computer as Ed’s musical tales cross Brazil, Buckland and the Brecon Beacons. Plus an encounter with a ramb…
 
In this episode we introduce the true Master of Whispers Lord Varys. He was the orchestrator of most of the moves made in the Game of Thrones and the primary antagonist against the ambitions of Little Finger. I will show that he actually wanted what he felt was best for the realm. He had long site and envisioned a democratic future where the people…
 
Kae Tempest’s imagination runs beautifully wild, putting unexpected performers together for their time travelling festival. Two of the greatest boxers square up to a 1950s swinging soundtrack, while a pair of country legends make friends with a grunge icon. There are tales of rapping to get into gigs, transitions, and just what is the best breakfas…
 
Today we chat about the Imp, Tyrion Lannister! While he was an integral part of the Game of Thrones, he was a massive underachiever, and his primary motivation was to get those he viewed as "beneath" him to reverie him and make him feel important. While he had the potential to rise to the top and could have been the Lannister to take the reins over…
 
Kiefer Sutherland gives good anecdote. From the motorcycle dreaming that got him through years of filming 24, to the near-miss with the cat that belonged to Robert Downey Jr and Sarah Jessica Parker. And musing that he’ll be outlived by his new outdoor decking, as we encounter Kiefer’s Wind In My Thistle Festival. Liking a challenge, he also offers…
 
Join me at the gates of Riverrun as we meet Walder Frey, a retched man and possibly the worst host of all time. The murderer of Rob and Cat stark and the betrayer of the North. He has done many things to be considered one of the most hated characters on the show, but I feel he may be judged harshly based on the facts. While I will not be starting a…
 
Oberyn Martell blazes across the pages of A Storm of Swords. The first Dornish character we meet in the flesh dies before he can achieve his goals… or does he? His impact on the story is lasting, and his backstory is fascinating. Join us as we explore the life and times of the Red Viper of Dorne, and consider what a legacy of vengeance really means…
 
Matt gives you the latest Westerosi news, including the premiere date for the heavily anticipated House of the Dragon series! Tweet the podcast @b4thedragonpod, send emails to mattsaudioblog@gmail.com, and find all back episodes of every podcast Matt does, as well as other helpful information like podcast app links (please leave a written review wh…
 
The long-awaited Part 2 of our expose into Daenerys Targaryen. We pick up in season 2 during a particularly rough patch in her story and again, we show he many missteps on the road to the iron throne. We also may tear away the implied innocence that is often force fed to the viewer and some poor writing that set her on the path of failure. Contact:…
 
Today we Detail the journey of everyone's favorite cutthroat Ser Bronn of The Blackwater. Never has a sell sword been so entertaining and enlightening at the same time. He bears witness to major events of the show, and some would say, his influenced guided the events throughout the series. He manages to elevate his station far beyond where he shoul…
 
We travel past the wall to the most northern point of Westeros and forensically investigate the mystery known as the Night King. Who was he? What did he want? Why was this plot hole so egregious?? I contend that this character’s motivation was available on screen the entire time but missed by the majority of viewers due to the misleading plot prese…
 
We finally attempt to tame the Northern Wolf and we must start with the leader of the pack, Ned Stark. While I may raise the ire and blood pressure of many fans out there, bear with me. I will show that Ned, while presented as a sympathetic character and an honorable man, had many flaws and led himself right to the executioner's block. He was ill s…
 
This episode is part one in an expose of The House of Baratheon and who better to start with than King Robert himself. who was this man? What drove him to an early grave? Bad king or scorned lover? Robert, while only appearing for a short while left a huge shadow and i intend to break this character down to the bare essence of his being and present…
 
The final three Targaryen Kings -- Aegon V, Jaehaerys II, and Aerys II -- ruled collectively for more than 50 years, and their reigns were all influenced to some extent by dragon dreams, prophecies, and the Blackfyre issue. Join us as we follow those threads through the final decades of Targaryen rule in the Seven Kingdoms -- including an analysis …
 
In This episode we tackle the Question that has captivated many a Game of thrones fan...Are Syrio & Jaqen the same person? A Faceless man agenda? Was there a master plan involving Arya? Were there clues all along? Has the show confirmed or denied? We answer all your questions as well as a few you did not know you had! This podcast was a personal re…
 
Our episode this week explores the brief but impactful appearance of Oberyn Martell, The Prince of Dorne and affectionately known as " The Viper". Renowned for his insatiable appetite for pleasure, a deep knowledge of poisons, and a ravenous thirst for revenge against the Lannister's, he enters the Game of Thrones during the Trial of Tyrion for the…
 
This episode dives into Tywin Lannister and the complexities that created the towering figure who commanded respect from all who faced him in Westeros. The perspective contends that Tywin was the ONLY character in Game of Thrones who was equipped to win the Game. While other characters may have had the potential to be king, Tywin had the blueprint,…
 
With a new year comes new lists and games for the world of ice and fire and the HBO Game of Thrones franchises! The Siren of A Song of Ice and Fire from the West, Kelly (@KellyUnderfoot on twitter), joins Matt to have some fun! Send us your suggestions for games, for punishments in the “Seven Hellz” game we’ll be playing, or your choices for our to…
 
This episode is part 1 in an introspective look at the events that lead to the series final. I intend to breakdown the events season by season and determine whether Daenerys was a victim of circumstance or if her actions led to her demise. While we focus mostly on the television show, I do reference the books as I present my case. The Show attempte…
 
In this episode we dive deep into the arc of Samwell Tarly -- the closest thing to a self insert by GRRM in ASoIaF. We explore themes of growth, heroism, courage, family dysfunction and more as we follow Sam from childhood in the Reach, to the Wall and beyond, and back to Oldtown. We also recap some Tarly family history and discuss the literary ins…
 
It’s that laugh that gets you every time, as Ricky Gervais deliberates his music greats and reminisces about that one time David Bowie serenaded him in New York. There’s a Central Park reunion, arguably Oxfordshire’s finest band, and in late-night festival fashion, an in-depth chat about death and regrets. Ricky also discusses what’s at the heart o…
 
A good mood is hard to write effectively into a song, but George Ezra has that knack which he happily shares along with his dream festival. Prepare to singalong with the most successful girl group of all time, a folk hero, and the man who once ruled Vegas. There are tales of drunken head injuries, parental love, navigating mental health and discove…
 
Unexpected sums up Natasha Bedingfield’s Lit Festival where an Icelandic superstar shares a stage with Slim Shady, and everyone’s encouraged to share their feelings as well as their music. Natasha reveals what she learned from her brother Daniel in their radio-free childhood, and there’s talk of Adele’s superpower, #MeToo and combating negativity. …
 
Decades before Martin began writing A Song of Ice and Fire, he was already an award-winning writer who had published a variety of science fiction, horror, and fantasy stories. In this panel, Amin and Duncan (Valkyrist) survey Martin’s other notable works, … Continue reading →By Vassals of Kingsgrave
 
Felix Navidad! As he shall now be known… The former Maccabee, now Tailender, eschews cricket for an all-out music extravaganza divulging personal gems along the way about his family, what he thinks really bonded Lennon & McCartney, and the enduring trauma of an art GCSE nightmare. There’s an underrated guitar hero, an immense movie soundtrack, and …
 
Happy Holidays from Before The Dragon Podcast (@b4thedragonpod on twitter). Three lyrical "changes" were made to Matt's performance of "Song of the Seven". Be the first to email the podcast (mattsaudioblog@gmail.com) identifying those changes and you win a $25 Amazon gift card from the podcast! Find all podcasts Matt does at mattsaudioblog.com Lyri…
 
There’s a meeting of minds between Andrew Garfield and Shaun Keaveny that truth be told, we hadn’t seen coming, but very much appreciate. So prepare to be whisked away to a festival that will cleanse your soul at the edge of the ocean, dowse you in indie folk, fill you up on fried chicken AND a pasta buffet, while leave you whistling the greatest h…
 
Actor Maxine Peake takes us on a magical mystery tour of the North West (England), fuelled by crumpets, barm cakes with added pie, and music spanning the globe and genres. There’s a goddess of stage and screen, Greek prog-rock, an eclectic guitarist and one of the most influential American rock bands of all time. Add in a great Bolton comedian and …
 
With just 3 words - pizza for breakfast – we were already sold on singer-songwriter Nadine Shah’s fantasy festival, but then came her music choices. Starting on a high – literally on the ceiling – and winding through iconic rock, one of Sufi music’s finest, to a singer constantly changing direction, right up to an inspired headliner. Nadine also re…
 
In this episode we delve into Kevan Lannister-- from his early life, including family backstory, to his role in the main series, and his impact on the story, in life and death. Includes a thorough analysis of his single point of view chapter, the ADwD Epilogue, and our ideas about what might come next. Support: https://www.patreon.com/radiowesteros…
 
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