Episode 22: Miró Forgot the Title

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In episode 22 Miró and Kath discuss Fashion Week, rant about Yeezy (yes, again), give you some updates on what grandma TV you should be watching, and discuss this topic: “what are we doing with our lives?” (Please don’t answer that).

Bonus points to the person who can figure out the two reasons the outro music was chosen!

This episode our BAWOTE (Badass Woman of the Episode) is Emma Rowena Gatewood (aka Grandma Gatewood) who, at 67, was the first woman to complete a solo hike through the Appalachian Trail. Enough said, go learn more in this episode! 

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Links from the episode:

Intro Song: Strange Overtones by David Byrne & Brian Eno
Outro Song: Somewhere from West Side Story, composed by Leonard Bernstein with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Main image credit: appalachiantrials.com

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Episode 11: T is for Twitter Tiff

Kath takes to fisticuffs on Twitter. Miró continues her quest for grandma-hood with Sue Grafton’s alphabetic murder mystery series. Miró and Kath potentially make a lot of feminists mad by talking about when a woman’s story does or doesn’t need to be told. They potentially make a lot of xenophobes mad by disparaging films with bad foreign accents instead of subtitles. Will more Twitter fights ensue?

Episode 3: BBD from the BBC

Kath opens with a Harriet Monroe poem and then tells Miró all about her trip to Memphis including the Disney World that is Graceland, Sun Records and a town that needs a little extra lovin. Miró professes her love of Boring British Drama (BBD) from the BBC and the girls discuss Wolf Hall, Bloodline, and Daredevil. All of which you should be watching.

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Links from the show:
The Wonder of It by Harriet Monroe
Kathryn’s blog on visiting Memphis
TV Worth Watching:
Wolf Hall
Bloodline
Daredevil

Intro song: Strange Overtones by David Byrne & Brian Eno
Image credit