Embarr After #3 Lights Out on Thunder Road
26th August 2016
Whilst a thunderstorm raged outside, we chatted Lights Out and David Brent: Life on the Road.
Seosamh Rankin returns to the portable podbooth with me and I also briefly describe my first viewing of Mulholland Drive.
So get stuck in and listen below or go to your favourite podcast app and search "embarr" and we should pop right up! It's not even 8 minutes long. Download or stream. It's up to you.
Give it a share too whilst you listen, all tweets and likes appreciated.
I hope to be invading your ear-holes soon but for now fire us some questions for next time via all of the usual ways to get in touch.
Thanks for viewing!
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