This week’s episode is full of drama as one Castologist announces (DUN DUN DUN )their departure from the podcast. Who will it be? Who would be crazy enough to leave the most kick-ass podcast ever? Which Castologist will hold a petty grudge forevermore? And which Castologist is the mature one who is determined to keep the podcast on track? This week’s podcast recommendations are Noble Blood and Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon Levitt. Then it’s on to last week’s reviews and a fond(ish) farewell. Stay tuned next week to meet the newest Castologist on the block!
Liz Recommends - Noble Blood
It’s true crime, history-style! Liz manages to find a way to listen to stories of murder and mayhem, and do some learning too! Host Dana Schwartz gets into stories of royalty gone wrong, in this IHeartRadio podcast produced by Lore’s Aaron Mahmke.
“Noble Blood explores the stories of some of history’s most fascinating royals: the tyrants and the tragic, the murderers and the murdered, and everyone in between.
The world is full of ill-fated love affairs, bad decisions, and family drama, but for a monarch, the personal will determine the fate of nations.
And when you’re wearing a crown, mistakes tend to mean blood.”
For Both: The Second Death of Marie Antoinette, Ever Dearest Cousin Nicky
Zane Recommends - Creative Processing with Joseph Gorden-Levitt
Zane is showing his creative roots again with this relatively new podcast from one of his favourite creatives! Joseph Gordon-Levitt gets into the nitty-gritty of how a wide variety of creative people do what they do. Listeners’ questions inspire conversations between Gordon-Levitt and a range of creative guests, from Hollywood notables like Rian Johnson and Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, to behind-the-scenes heavyweights like casting director Mary Vernieu, and from political visual artist Shepard Fairey to indie sonic songstress, Yuka Honda, and more.
For Pat: Career & Contacts / Mary Vernieu, Casting Director
For Liz: Originality & Imitation / Rian Johnson, Filmmaker
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