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Continuing their annual tradition (HERE is last year’s), we’ve got an in-depth conversation between minor television celebrity, PC, and literary trivialist John Hodgman and Quick Stop’s own Ken Plume. We present this audio feast for the ears, as one titan of culture and one Ken Plume touch on matters historical, Popeye musical, and those involving The Prisoner. Be sure to pick up a copy of Mr. Hodgman’s new book, More Information Than You Require, also available in Audiobook Form

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Download “An Evening With John Hodgman & Ken Plume II“:

Check out the rest of this year’s Holiday Havoc - and past Havoc - HERE

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Comments:

5 Responses to “Holiday Havoc: An Evening With John Hodgman & Ken Plume II”

  1. Faith Van Horne Says:

    That was a thoroughly enjoyable podcast. In an eerie coincidence, I just this year discovered that the film Popeye formed the base of one of my lifelong phobias.

  2. Sabrina Says:

    Well done, gentlemen.

    I think this is the theme for The Prisoner John was thinking of: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRPDO63rI1E

  3. Joe 'Covenant' Lamb Says:

    Ah PORTmerion…. (Not Pont!)

    Went there last year.
    VERY odd place!

    (Groovy though!)

  4. ciaran Says:

    I don’t know if you guys read this, but Peter Cook is a hero of mine also, and I am soon to watch The Best of What’s Left of Not Only But Also. I thought I should add to the discussion of the BBC’s tape-wiping by pointing out that it was because of the licensing laws here at the time; I believe a recorded TV programme could only be played something like three times, so they saw them as being of no use. What’s really bad though is that Peter Cook himself was adamant that the series should not be deleted, so much so that he offered to pay for new tapes, but the BBC actually declined his offer.

  5. Dan Hilton Says:

    Great podcast! Even had Canadian Content with Johnathan Goldstein and CBC Wiretap!

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