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Hey gang! It's time for another bonus shorty, this time featuring Friend of The Parlour and ruddy lovely lady, Jenni Newman! Jenni & I go spoiler-crazy over the Power Rangers movie, mostly trying to fathom out what the eff it was doing for the first two thirds...! We also chat a little about Paper Girls, Clone Conspiracy, Legion, Riverdale and the Flash/Supergirl musical extravaganza! Also, I want doughnuts.


Episode Theme - 'Edge of Seventeen' by Stevie Nicks

End Theme ' Power Rangers Theme


Originally broadcast live from The Grand Harbour Hotel as part of the Comic Relief 36hr podcast fundraiser, Southampton Super Pod, this episode sees me joined by 2 Grown Men, James Gillie & Nick Papaconstantinou, and we talk about EVERYTHING. Seriously, the topics we covered include (but are by no means limited to); Iron Fist, Nick potentially being a psychopath, swearing, Trolls, Pot Noodles, The Uncluded, butchers shops, Moana, Benedict Cumberbatch, Red Noses, Bob Ross, why Winnie The Pooh is called a pooh and loads more besides. I somewhat lost control, but it was very much fun!

Should you like what you hear and wish to donate to the Southampton Super Pod kitty, chuck yer coins over here: https://my.rednoseday.com/sponsor/superpod


Hello there! I know what you're thinking. You're thinking "Stace, it's not time for another Parlour episode yet. What's this all about?!" Well, listener, you're in luck; I am testing a new recording system and therefore recording episodes left, right and centre! Joining me for this special bonus short(ish) episode is Friend of The Parlour, Lee Grice!

In this episode, I recount my fun podcasting times at the Southampton SuperPod charity event, Lee expresses his love for Kong: Skull Island, and we both get exasperated by The Flash's whimper of a musical episode. (Spolers a-plenty, sorry!)


Episode Theme - 'Beautiful Sunday' by Daniel Boone

End Theme - 'Morning Walk' by Side of Smooth

Donate to Comic Relief via the SuperPod here: http://www.superpod.co.uk/


Alright there folks, welcome back to The Parlour; the monthly podcast on pop culture best served with tea and cake! This month I am joined by Parlour regular and jolly fun bloke, Sam Harrison, as we get down and spoilery on such delights as Logan, Iron Fist, the DC TV shows, Royal City, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Omega Men and loads more!

All this, plus I can't cope with Sam's terrible jokes, Sam takes in stray podcasters, and we both agree that X-Men Apocalypse is not really worth a cinema ticket, even in the Somerset sticks.


Episode Theme - 'X Gon' Give It To Ya' by DMX

End Theme - 'No Diggity' by Blackstreet

Check out the schedule for the Southampton Super Pod at http://www.superpod.co.uk/ and donate to the cause at https://my.rednoseday.com/sponsor/superpod



Your favourite Brummie-based podcast about the Ninja Turtles is back, brimming with so much Turtle-y awesome action you might do a wee! This episode, Duncan and I get our teeth into the two-part series finale of the current Nickelodeon iteration of the Turtles (with MAJOR SPOILAGE). We discuss how irritating April is, how expressive animated eyes can be, Splinter's love for cheese and cheese-related household wares, how great JB Smoove is, and a ton more!

Please chuck a vote in for The Parlour/Podcast In A Half Shell for the Listeners Choice Award in the inaugral Britsh Podcast Awards over here: https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote



Good morrow one and all, and welcome to Episode 60 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! We take a trip to Digression City this episode as one half of the 2 Grown Men podcast, Nick Papaconstantinou, and I go wildly off topic at every turn.

Discussions include but are not limited to; Moana, my daft phobias, Legion, clothes, Lego Batman, Carter USM, John Wick 2, Hidden Figures and loads more besides! (Some spoilers within, but nothing too drastic!)

All this, plus I lose my mind at the prospect of people finally being able to hear my first attempt at voice acting in Ray Gunn And Starburst S2!

Episode Theme - 'Rubbish'by Carter USM

End Theme - 'Who's The (Bat)Man?' by Patrick Stump


Welcome, one and all, to this super special bonus episode; the very first Pop Culture Quiz!

In celebration of The Parlour's 5th birthday (cor!) fiendish Quizmaster Rich has devised a dastardly quiz in a bid to stump his contestants; Parlour host Stacey and regulars Phil, Kie & Duncan! Who will win? Tune in to find out!

(Music taken from Blockbusters, originally composed by Ed Welch)


Welcome to Episode 59 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! Joining me for tea and a chinwag this month are those delightful scamps from Turtle Power Pod; Basem & Cranny! We talk musicals, the Nintendo Switch and how much Cranny hates motion control, How I Met Your Mother and why Basem might be the only person to enjoy the ending, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Train To Busan, and loads more besides.

Stay tuned after the goodbyes for my spoilerific (and possibly too-much-informationy) thoughts on the S3 finale of BoJack Horseman.

Tuck in and enjoy!

Episode Theme - 'If I Were A Rich Man' by Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick (from Fiddler On The Roof)
Break Theme - 'Bojack Horseman Theme' by Patrick & Ralph Carney (from Bojack Horseman)
End Theme - 'Be Our Guest' by Howard Ashman & Alan Menken (from Disney's Beauty & The Beast)



Gooooood day folks! Welcome to Podcast In A Half Shell Episode 15: That Opera Guy Again (aka Is He Watching Me Poo?! aka The Post-Christmas Christmas Episode!) This time Duncan and I are tackling the sheer insanity that is We Wish You A Turtle Christmas. We discuss the dubious accent choices, the odd gifts, the lack of any real plot, our feelings on musicals and, for some reason, being sick... Enjoy!

Huge hugs and smooches to Rob Paulsen who we are both glad to hear is doing better after a bout of illness, and birthday squishes to Duncan, the co-host with the co-mostest!


IT'S CHRIIIIIIISSSSTMAAAAAAS! Well, it's Christmas Eve, but why not still curl up by the fire with a nice glass of *insert your favourite Christmas tipple here* and a slice of *insert your favourite Christmas cakey dessert thing here* and join myself and my ruddy brilliant guests as we count down our favourite comics, movies, TV shows and albums of 2016!

I'm joined for the third Bumper Christmas Stacetacular by my rather lovely husband Rich and our good buddy and not-actually-cockney tit Phil! I'd give you a taste of what's included on our lists, but I don't want to spoil the tension for you.


Episode Theme - 'Just Like Christmas' by Low

End Theme - 'Things Can Only Get Better' by D:Ream

PS. You can find our favourite songs from our favourite 2016 albums over at this here Spotify Playlist

PPS. Sorry there's so much sniffling and coughing; would you believe I actually managed to cut the majority of it out?



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