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Hellllloooooo! Welcome to Episode 52 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! This month Stacey is joined by her good buddy and fellow topic-digresser, Sam Harrison!

Sam brings absoulte chaos to the show in the form of a soundboard and a cat, which promptly causes Stacey to lose her mind and any semblence of podcast hosting skill... Once on track, the pair talk at length about The Flash, Supergirl, Arrow and DC's Legends of Tomorrow (expect spoilers) and the horrendous wigs contained within. As well as this, Sam tries to push Invincible onto everyone like it's some kind of comic-crack, and Stacey gets pretty depressed by Grave of the Fireflies... All this, plus plenty Teen Wolf, Action Comics, The Nice Guys, Anaconda and lots of laughs!

Enjoy!

Episode Theme - 'Lock Down' by Dan Skinner, Adam Skinner and Dave James
End Theme - 'Speakers Push The Air' by Pretty Girls Make Graves

Don't forget to save www.mixlr.com/spcp-live to your browser ready for the second SPCP: Live charity event! I'll be live podcasting with Geek Syndicate's Barry Nugent to raise money for Alzheimer's Society on Saturday 9th July! You can donate here: www.justgiving.com/spcplive2

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Cor, look, a lovely jubbly bonus episode of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! 'What's this all about then?' I hear you ask, and I will tell you; I got the opportunity to speak to someone who created something that has been a HUGE part of my life. The TMNT have been there for basically my whole nerd life, and I love them to bits, so imagine my insane excitement and sheer terror at bagging an interview with none other than Kevin Eastman!

Listen in as I make some feeble attempts at appearing cool, calm and collected, whilst Kevin is very convincingly funny, brilliant and interesting! We talk about pizza flavoured beer, work-life balance, why it is that writers seem to love trying to kill of Donatello and more!

Weather Update: It's still hot as balls. YEESH.

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Welcome one and all to Episode 51 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! Joining Stacey in The Parlour for a spot of booze and chinwagging is her good friend, telly extra and music making guy, Neil Morris!

Neil and Stacey seem to suffer from tangent-itis this episode, as their chats on Captain America: Civil War, Jungle Book and Bad Neighbours 2 somehow end up being about asking stupid questions, not fitting TV audition briefs even though you clearly do and accidentally poking your eye til it sparkles...

They also talk about Lost, Deadpool, Batman Vs Superman, Suicide Squad, Supergirl, Flash and loads more besides! This episode is rather jammed with fun stuff, so get to listening and enjoying!

Episode Theme - 'She Ain't Got No Legs' by Bloodhound Gang
End Theme - 'Dangerous Woman' by Ariana Grande

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After having run out of films to talk about, Duncan and I have turned to the 90's Image comic run for this episode of Podcast In A Half Shell! Hear what we think about the 'extreme' nature of the stories, Raph's facial disfigurement, Donnie's death (again), being a Level 7 ninja, scantily clad lady ninjas, whether athleticism and large boobs can coexist and much more!

All this, plus I watch an episode of Next Mutation and instantly regret it.

Enjoy!

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Hi all!

So, I released Episode 50 a little early to make way for a Ray Gunn And Starburst Super Big Announcement Special featuring Holly Rose (creator of RGaS and voice of S.U.I.T), Ian Sharman (producer and voice of Castelan Lar), Dominic Westerland (Ray) and Georgia Humphrey (Starburst), and then the internet ate it. Or my laptop ate it. Someone ate it, and it certainly wasn't me. So instead, have this short but sweet snippet of me discussing Ray Gunn and Starburst (and why you should support S2 via IndieGoGo) and Zootropolis with myself.

Ta!

Episode Theme - 'Bad Day' by REM
End Theme - 'Melody of Certain Three' by Blonde Redhead

The RGaS IndieGoGo page: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ray-gunn-and-starburst-series-2/#/

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In a bid to do something special for this, The Parlour's 50th episode, Stacey, Duncan & Rich got super, SUPER drunk and talked mostly about Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. We're sorry...

(MAJOR SPOILER WARNING for Batman vs Superman, The Flash and Age of Adeline. MILD SPOILER WARNING for Cop Car & Daredevil S2).

ENJOY!

Episode Theme - 'Deadpool Rap' by Team Headkick
End Theme - 'Kiss From A Rose'by Seal

Hey everyone! I just wanted to take this opportunity to say a huge THANK YOU for sticking with this little ball of audio madness that is The Parlour. I have so much fun recording the show, chatting with friends both new and old, and discussing the things I love with anyone and everyone who cares to join in! You all know I'm never gonna stop doing this, right?! Y'all are stuck with me!! MWAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAahem, yeah, thanks for listening!
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Ladies, gents and everything in between, welcome to Episode 49 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour; the podcast best served with tea and cake! (Except there's no cake...Someone bring cake!!) Joining Stacey in The Parlour this month is comics colourist and creator and all-around cracking chap, Kris Carter!

Kris and Stacey discuss some of Kris' comic work, including Transformers (and how Stacey suffers from the rare condition of Transformers Blindness (i.e. the inability to tell most robots apart)), Doctor Who (and Kris' love/hate relationship with pinstripes) and the soon-to-be-Kickstarted Bruce Outback! Stacey raves about how fantastic Giant Days is, how terrible the Jem and The Holograms movie is and how she thought she'd taken hallucinogenic drugs when she was actually just watching the Japanese movie House, whilst Kris discusses Druid Investigations, gives his thoughts on the upcoming Preacher series and loads more!

All this, plus Stacey spoils the entire plot of Predestination in a bid to understand it. She still doesn't understand it.

Enjoy!

Episode Theme - 'She Needs Me' by Fyfe Dangerfield
End Theme - 'It's A Job' by Wolfie's Just Fine
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Welcome, ladies and gents, to the 10th episode of the best podcast about ninja turtles recorded in a kitchen in Birmingham, Podcast In A Half Shell!
This episode, Duncan and I sink our teeth into the mildly disappointing second installment of the TMNT live action movies; Secret of The Ooze! We discuss why Keno makes us want to punch him right in the kisser, why having swords makes getting out of a rope net very easy actually, how anthropomorphic animal suits can be both great and terrible all at once, and loads more!
All this, plus the Turtles losing all semblance of ninja skill, Shredder possibly suffering brain damage, and, of course, Ninja Rap... Enjoy!
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Guess what, guys?! It's The Parlour's 4th birthday! Well, it was yesterday, but close enough... Anyhoops, to celebrate this momentous occasion, Stacey is joined by not one but two lovely guests; fellow UK Podcast Awards Nominees Nick and James of the 2 Grown Men podcast!

Things get weird in this one as the trio of podcast hosts seem to lose all ability to host a podcast or stay on topic at all... Things touched upon in this episode include; Deadpool, how weird willies look, why Stacey isn't suited to being on camera at all, Steven Universe, how bi-curious Nick is, Getting Doug With High, how much James loves history and wigs, Bloc Party, Gravity Falls and more besides!
Enjoy!
Episode Theme - 'More' by Wilco
End Theme - 'She's Hearing Voices' by Bloc Party
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What's this now? Oh, that's right, it's Bonus Parlour Action just for you! Following the audio disaster that was Episode 47, Stacey brings a shiny new episode to say sorry/make herself feel better about her podcasting life...!

Joining Stacey in this bonus bonanza is Parlour favourite and regular, Jenni Newman! The ladies talk about some actual books they read, Stacey bigs up The History of Future Folk, Jenni discusses her feelings on movie Wonder Woman, and they both have a fart-based meltdown. 
All this, plus Stacey's ocarina debut, Stumptown, Love and Mercy, Patsy Walker: Hellcat and more!
Enjoy!
Episode Theme: 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World' by Tears For Fears
End Theme: 'Over The Moon' by Future Folk
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