Not That, This!

With Geraint Evans

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19 - Dan Thomas: Comedy, Harry Potter, Victoria

Dan Thomas is a standup comedian, actor and writer. He joins his friend Geraint to talk about returning to the Edinburgh Comedy Festival, his pathological dislike for the Harry Potter movies, and his admiration for the one-shot heist movie Victoria on Netflix. It's a chat that encompasses horror movies from the 30's, unknown film festivals, Breaking Bad, Spoilers and Kids TV and much more.

Follow Dan on Twitter @danthomascomedy

14 - Gavia Baker-Whitelaw: Fan Fiction, Game of Thrones & Black Sails

Gavia Baker-Whitelaw is a geek culture journalist and host of the Overinvested podcast. She talks to Geraint about the idiosyncrasies of Fan Fiction, the problems with Game of Thrones and the TV perfection that is Black Sails. With a shared love of TV the conversation stops off along Star Trek Discovery, TNG, DS9, Hannibal, Rick and Morty and many more places.

Follow Gavia on Twitter @Hello_Tailor

13 - Dominic Berry: Weird Playlists, Nice Poems & Shining Force

 

 

Dominic Berry is a spoken word artist currently touring his show No Tigers. He tells Geraint about going through all his music alphabetically by artist, his hatred of 'nice poems' and his love for the old Mega Drive game Shining Force. There's a lot of love for Marvel Movies, Superheroes and Video Games in general.

Follow Dominic on Twitter @thepoetdominic

12 - Vinay Patel: Murdered By My Father, Reality TV & Starship Troopers

 

 

Vinay Patel scriptwriting credentials BAFTA award-winning BBC drama - Murdered By My Father, ITV Drama Good Karma Hospital and his own hit play True Brits, that's all besides being one of the writers of bestseller - The Good Immigrant. He tells Geraint about his creative process dealing with telling a tragic story, ends up defending Reality TV behemoths like British Bakeoff to our host before praising the secretly transgressive Starship Troopers.

Follow Vinay on Twitter @VinayPatel

10 - Dean Burnett: Katy Perry, Bill Hicks & The Associate

 

Dean Burnett is a Neuroscientist, Guardian Blogger and Author of The Idiot Brain. In this episode, he has to deal with Geraint's jealousy, talks about the cynicism of Katy Perry and the cult of Bill Hicks before spreading some love on forgotten Whoopi Goldberg classic - The Associate. 

Follow Dean on Twitter @Garwboy or on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DeanBurnettAuthor/ 

9 - Jeffrey Cranor: Podcasting, Twin Peaks & Roy Andersson

Jeffrey Cranor is one of the writers and creators of hit fiction podcasts Welcome to Night Vale and Within the Wires. We have a big talk about Podcasting and the relationship between Advertising and Art before delving deep into the David Lynch phenomenon Twin Peaks and the majesty of the movies of Roy Andersson stopping off along the way to talk about The McElroy Brothers, The Good Place and the worst ending to a novel ever!

Follow Jeffrey on Twitter @Happierman or his shows @Withinthewires and @NightValeRadio

8 - Becky Brunning: It's a Wonderful Life, Croissants & Goodnight Sweetheart

Becky Brunning is an Actor and comedian best known for her role as Lindsay Lucas in award-winning ITV drama Broadchurch starring David Tennant and Olivia Coleman. She talks about the niceness of working with Chris Chibnall before taking a pop at the message behind It's a Wonderful Life, the offensive blandness of Croissants and why Goodnight Sweetheart is brilliant, despite all its obvious flaws. She also calls Geraint out on his misleading magnets.

Follow Becky on Twitter @BeckyBrunning or on Facebook 

4 - Grace Knight: VR, Scrabble & Grace Petrie

 

Grace Knight is a scriptwriter whose work has been produced for the stage and radio. Currently working on an entirely VR movie, she talks to her newest friend (Host, Geraint Evans) about Virtual Reality and why she thinks we're witnessing the birth of a new medium. Grace explains why Scrabble is maths and Deaf Boggle is better, the brilliance of Lin-Manuel Miranda before waxing lyrical about the absolutely perfect Grace Petrie. 

You can follow grace on Twitter @gracierocket