Mark Steadman, Danny Smith and Jon Bounds continue their mission to discuss everything in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy canon, in alphabetical order. This episode has bad language in it.
The planet whose marketing executives came up with the slogan for the Restaurant at the End of the Universe, and a jumping-off point to discuss Talk Like a Brummie Day.
Bath Sheets in Space
A coffee-table book on the subject of bath towels, and a chance for Danny to discuss his hatred for coffee tables.
A revolting intergalactic swear word. We discuss what it could possibly mean.
One of the suns that forms the Shoulder of Orion, along with his sister Bellatrix. Here the team discuss displacement of characters throughout the universe.
A world of staggering beauty, and an opportunity for Jon to wax lyrical about the rolling hills England.
The Scottish actor who plays a bit part in the second radio series, and Rob McKenns the rain god.
The actor behind Prosser from the council, and Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz. Here the team also discusses scale in the H2G2 universe.
Mark tasks Danny with uncovering the truth behind the biscuit story (if you're unfamiliar, all will be explained). The story has been discussed at length on Snopes.
This week we're recommending Stranger Than We Can Imagine: Making Sense of the Twentieth Century, by John Higgs. Pick it up in audiobook form for free by taking out a free 30 day trial with Audible. Just head to audibletrial.com/leopard to get started.
What's your favorite Douglas Adam book/story (besides Hitchhiker's).— Lawrence Dagstine (@ldagstine) September 5, 2017
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