by Jay Cluitt · August 22, 2014 · LAMBcast, Podcasts · 1 Comment

Do you ever regret asking someone to be a co-host of your podcast? No? Well maybe you should give Robert a try. I brought him on to the show because a) he’s funny, knowledgeable and a pretty all-round good guy when it comes to discussing films, and b) to occasionally give me a week off hosting this thing, but then he goes and does a show all about TV. This is the LAMBcast, as in Large Association of MOVIE Blogs. Movies! Not TV! I can only apologise. (But seriously, let us know in the comments what you think of us branching into TV more often.)


Robert the betrayer was joined in his smallscreen discussion by Lindsay, Lackey, Elwood and Matt to provide a spoiler-free chat on the TV shows that have caught their eyes of late. If you’re looking for something new to watch, or aren’t sure about something you missed or gave up early on, be sure to check this show out, I know I’ve discovered a few shows I’d never heard of before (but then again, I’m massively behind on my TV watching, as in I’m about to start on the shows in colour).

Also on tap were rants and raves of the week and an inventive take on Last Lamb Standing.

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