227 – Who’s Afraid of… That One Writer (and the Bloomsbury Group)?

Let’s journey across the pond to learn all about the Bloomsbury Group– a sordid literary and artistic crew who “lived in squares, painted in circles, and loved in triangles.” [They make the Algonquin Round Table seem like a bunch of amateurs.] But our REAL focus is on feminist author Virginia Woolf. Later, enjoy a quiz called “In Bloom”!

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[Music: 1) Jahzzar, “Bloom,” 2018. Courtesy of Jahzzar, CC BY-SA license; 2) Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 2017. Courtesy of Frau Holle, CC BY-NC 3.0 license.]

100 – Wattle & Daub: On the Case!

Miss Information presents… Wattle & Daub: On the Case! To celebrate our podcast’s 100th episode, head back to 1867 to follow intrepid English detectives Charles Wattle and Silas Daub as they investigate a Very English Mystery brought to them by The Queen. Will Wattle and Daub catch their man? Find out…now!*
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Wattle & Daub: On the Case! is produced by Tall Boy Productions, written by and starring the hosts of Miss Information, with additional voice talents from the Misters Information. Sounds by Soundsnap. [Other music included in this episode and faux-mercials: 1) Enya, “Only Time,” 2000; 2) Tragically Hip, “Ahead by a Century,” 1996.]

(c) 2019

*Have no fear, we’ll be back to regular episodes next week. 🙂

Episode 84 – London’s Burning

In our 84th episode, Lauren experiences a burning desire to discuss the Great Fire of London. [Let’s all retroactively name “London in 1666” the Official Worst Place To Live ™ .] Later, enjoy “A Quiz on Other Hot Things”!

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[Music: 1) “London’s Burning,” The Clash, 1977; 2)  Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 2017. Courtesy of Frau Holle, CC BY-NC 3.0 license.]

Episode 28 – Pandemic!: London’s Great Plague

In our 28th episode, Lauren exposes us to the bubonic plague which ravaged London in 1665-1666. Later, enjoy […okay,  that’s a strong assumption here…] a quiz on communicable diseases!

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[Music:  1) Valéry Sauvage, “Packington’s Pound,” 2008. Courtesy of Valéry Sauvage; 2) Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 2017. Courtesy of Frau Holle, CC BY-NC 3.0 license.]