A podcast of complete Westie political geekery, by Michael Thorn aka m*.
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m* brings in TIYS regular John to talk about the new(ish) phenomenon of streaming services and what this means for pop culture entertainment in general. Because this is an episode of TIYS, the advent of streaming services of course has high political... more
m* chats with TIYS' unofficial US correspondent Jason to further discuss the aftermath of the Trumpageddon, and where this now places future prospects within the US. Somehow this ends up becoming a discussion on popular culture. more
For this latest podcast inquiry m* speaks with Sam, an Associate Professor in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Newcastle. Including their academic work Sam is also an avid activist, participating in a variety of campaigns including ... more
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Thorn in Your Side launched 2 years ago and published 31 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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