by Jay Cluitt · June 19, 2015 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · No Comments

We live in a new age of media. An age when the goods on the small screen rival the quality of those on the big. When Hollywood A-listers choose to work on TV, when in the past it was seen as a barren wasteland for has-beens or not-yets. And yet, in this hallowed age, it seems we still haven’t reached a point where five guys can get together to chat about TV for a couple of hours without Skype toying with them like a kid pulling the legs off a spider. Maybe deep down Skype know that this is a podcast about MOVIES, and that any such television talk should be curtailed from the off.


Robert was joined by Bubbawheat, Shane Slater, Tony Cogan and Daniel Lackey to each run through their Top 3 aspects of TV in 2015, be it shows that have finished, are currently running or are still to come. There’s also Rants and Raves of the Week, and a couple of rounds of Last Lamb Standing. Apologies for the occasionally patchy audio quality, I assure you the quality of the conversation will more than make up for it.

The show can be found, of course, via iTunes – just do a search for “LAMBcast.” Also, I always post a link to the show on the LAMBcast’s Facebook page, and there’s a player there if you’d like to listen online. The direct RSS feed is: Shows will eventually make their way to the LAMBcast Archives. If you’d ever like to catch up on back episodes, go there. If you’re interested, you too can be a LAMBcaster – we love new blood! For more information on the LAMBcast, check out the topic at the LAMB Forums. Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. Opening song by Cake. The LAMBcast loves feedback, too – if you’d like yours read on a future show, leave it in the comments section at the LAMB. Please visit and like our Facebook page, and finally, we’re on iTunes, and would still love a review, even if it’s a bad one. Thanks for listening!

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