Best of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

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Creation Date August 29th, 2018
Updated Date Updated March 12th, 2019
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If you're new to The Parlour, here are some of the best episodes!

Episode 66: Lightning Bonce

  • almost 2 years ago

Alright motherfluffers, it's BONUS EPISODE TIME! Joining me for this MASSIVELY SPOILERY Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Special is delightful gent and Awesome Comics Podcast-er, Vince Hunt! We both decided that it simply wouldn't do to just not talk about how great the lastest Marvel instalment is, so we joined forces to talk about all things Guardians! We get all emotional regarding SPOILERS, giggle about SPOILERS and...you know what, just give it a listen, yeah? Seriously though, SPOILERS AHOY. Episode Theme - 'Mr Blue Sky' by ELO End Theme - 'The Chain' by Fleetwood Mac

Episode 79: You Have A Superhero Prison, Bruv

  • over 1 year ago

Hey there cats & kittens, welcome to another episode of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! It's a b-b-b-bonus episode this time around, as Friend of the Show and Owner of Cats Sam Harrison joins me to discuss the latest CW Arrowverse crossover event! Fair warning: There are HUGE spoilers for the crossover and mild spoilers for Justice League within; proceed with caution! We also discuss wedding etiquette, how Oliver just isn't funny, special effects budgets and way more! Enjoy! Episode Theme - 'Free Stress Test' by  Professor Murder End Theme - 'Flash Theme' by Blake Neely Stacey on Twitter: @StaceysParlour Sam on Twitter: @sgch Stacey's Ko-Fi page: https://www.ko-fi.com/staceysparlour

Episode 72: A Boob Tally Chart

  • over 1 year ago

Hold on to your lil poopy pants, folks, it's time for another episode of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! This month I am joined by the incredibly talented and delightful Bryony Evans! Bryony chats about her career as an animator, including her work on Raymond Briggs' 'Ethel And Ernest' and we both get a little excited over our current animated favourites. Expect a few spoilers for Rick and Morty S3, as well as some much less spoilery chat about the newly rebooted Duck Tales cartoon. We also have quite an in-depth discussion about Game of Thrones and why it might not be for me, get the giggles over Garfunkel and Oates songs, and fawn over Sarah Graley a bit! All this, plus some mini podcast reviews for Harmontown and Grandma's Virginty! Enjoy! Episode Theme - 'Falling For The First Time' by Barenaked Ladies End Theme - 'Stellar' by Incubus

Episode 63: The Actual Wurst

  • about 2 years ago

Originally broadcast live from The Grand Harbour Hotel as part of the Comic Relief 36hr podcast fundraiser, Southampton Super Pod, this episode sees me joined by 2 Grown Men, James Gillie & Nick Papaconstantinou, and we talk about EVERYTHING. Seriously, the topics we covered include (but are by no means limited to); Iron Fist, Nick potentially being a psychopath, swearing, Trolls, Pot Noodles, The Uncluded, butchers shops, Moana, Benedict Cumberbatch, Red Noses, Bob Ross, why Winnie The Pooh is called a pooh and loads more besides. I somewhat lost control, but it was very much fun! Should you like what you hear and wish to donate to the Southampton Super Pod kitty, chuck yer coins over here: https://my.rednoseday.com/sponsor/superpod

Episode 59: A Singular of the 'Badonkadonk'

  • about 2 years ago

Welcome to Episode 59 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! Joining me for tea and a chinwag this month are those delightful scamps from Turtle Power Pod; Basem & Cranny! We talk musicals, the Nintendo Switch and how much Cranny hates motion control, How I Met Your Mother and why Basem might be the only person to enjoy the ending, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Train To Busan, and loads more besides. Stay tuned after the goodbyes for my spoilerific (and possibly too-much-informationy) thoughts on the S3 finale of BoJack Horseman. Tuck in and enjoy! Episode Theme - 'If I Were A Rich Man' by Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick (from Fiddler On The Roof)Break Theme - 'Bojack Horseman Theme' by Patrick & Ralph Carney (from Bojack Horseman)End Theme - 'Be Our Guest' by Howard Ashman & Alan Menken (from Disney's Beauty & The Beast)

Episode 54: Right Nice & Spicy

  • over 2 years ago

Why hello there! The bunting has come down, the fancy china has been put back in it's swish display cabinet, and Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour is returning to normality after the extravanganza that was the live charity show! Well, you know, as 'normal' as it ever was..! Joining Stacey in The Parlour this month is the right flippin' brilliant Dani Abram! You may remember Dani from her wonderful bacon-saving appearance on SPCP Live: 2, in which she entirely forgot to talk about herself and talked about mental health instead (a very worthwhile and thoughtful conversation, it has to be said!) This time, Dani talks about her experiences as an animator and Stacey learns almost immediately that animation is not a job-land she could live in! After some incredibly interesting insight into the animation industry, Stacey and Dani go to Spoiler Town on Ghostbusters (bit late to that party, innit), Stacey expresses her disdain for Suicide Squad, Dani adds herself to the list of many, many people who tell Stacey she would love Bojack Horseman, and the pair discuss cocktails, Star Trek, shopping at Lush and loads more! It's an episode jam-packed with fun so it's recommended that you pair it with a scrummy jam doughnut, a whole mess of tea, and enjoy! Donations for Alzheimer's Society can be made here: www.justgiving.com/spcplive2 Episode Theme - Theme from M.A.S.K End Theme - 'Stay (I Missed You)' by Lisa Loeb

Episode 38: That Chin Though

  • almost 4 years ago

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Episode 38 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour! Making her triumphant return to The Parlour following the absolute madness that was the 24 hour live show last July is friend of the show and jolly spiffing nerd bird, Jenni Newman!In this episode, Jenni and Stacey get down to the nitty gritty of why Netflix's Daredevil series is the BEST THING EVER (expect ALL THE SPOILERS), including the amazing fight sequences, the fantastic balance between humour and badassery, and the strength of Charlie Cox's super-handsome chin. As well as this, the girls talk trailers, getting over-excited by Avengers: Age of Ultron, thoroughly disappointed by Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice and basically put to sleep by Fantastic Four... And as if that wasn't enough, there's tons of talk on Deadpool, Once Upon A Time, iZombie, Spider-Woman, Stacey's trip to the Birmingham Comics Festival and loads more! So grab a nice, cool bevvie, take a seat out in the sun and enjoy this installment of The Parlour!Episode Theme - 'Alibi' by Brandi CarlileToilet Break Theme - 'Blue Blood' by Heinz Kiessling (from the It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia OST)End Theme - 'Be Your Shadow' by The Wombats

Episode 31 - Who's The Baddest Shark Around?

  • over 4 years ago

Weeeeeeeeeeeeeehoooooooooooo, The Parlour is back to it's regular programming! After the absolutely EPIC undertaking that was the broadcasting, recording, editing and put-out-ing of the 24 hour live show, things settle back down as Stacey is joined by comedian, actor, voice guy and giver of wise advice; Peter Spellos!You may remember Peter from such things as Men in Black 2, Dinosaur Island, Transformers: Robots in Disguise and basically any movie that begins with the word 'Bikini'. Listen in as Peter discusses improv comedy, being an extra, falling into voice acting, making up shark-based ditties and much more!All this, plus Stacey and Peter's thoughts on the new Doctor, two INCREDIBLY UNWELCOME guests, Peter's wonderfully sensible outlook on life and the pair's experiences at Auto Assembly 2014.So grab a shot of tequila and a pile of sorbet and enjoy this return to some sort of normality in Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour!Episode Theme - 'Big Time' by Peter GabrielIn-Between Music - 'Boy From New York City' by The Manhattan TransferEnd Theme - 'I Am The Doctor' by Murray GoldDon't forget that you can still donate to Operation Smile via the SPCP Live page: www.justgiving.com/SPCPLive Every little helps!

Episode 26 - Breakfast For Dinner With Kelly Sue DeConnick

  • about 5 years ago

Welcome one and all to Episode 26 of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour; the podcast best served with tea and cake!Hold onto your Battenbergs, ladies and gents, as Stacey brings yet another slice of awesome to The Parlour: none other than comic writer extraordinnaire; Kelly Sue DeConnick! For those who have been living under a rock for the past YONKS, Kelly Sue is the mastermind behind Captain Marvel (which, if you aren't reading, then you are missing out on one of Marvel's best comics right now), Pretty Deadly (which is stunning, so hop to it guys!) and loads more besides.After some technical issues, the ladies get down to it and talk about nigh on everything, including the economics of comics, how much Emma Rios absolutely rules, David Bowie, having breakfast for dinner, reproduction Grease 2-style and much, much more!Enjoy!Episode Theme - 'Just A Girl' by No DoubtKelly Sue's Theme - 'American Girl' by Tom Petty & The HeartbreakersEnd Theme - 'Fancy' by Iggy Azalea feat. Charli XCX

BONUS EPISODE!: Pinky & the Stace

  • about 5 years ago

What's this now; another episode of Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour, less than a week after the last? What the deuce?!Well, ladies and gents, Stacey had the honour of speaking to an absolute legend and couldn't resist sharing the results with you as soon as humanly possible! You might remember him from such things as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Biker Mice From Mars, The Mask, Animaniacs, Pinky & the Brain and SQUILLIONS more besides; it's the one and only, voice actor extraordinaire and all-round bloody lovely bloke, Rob Paulsen!Join Rob and Stacey as they talk about all things voice acting, and even more besides! From the perils of the internet to a mutual love of John Williams, voicing not one but two Ninja Turtles and getting paid to make weird grunting noises, this is a must hear episode!Enjoy! Oh, and... NARF!Episode Theme - 'Magic Carpet Ride' by SteppenwolfSnippet Music - 'Birdhouse in Your Soul' by They Might Be GiantsEnd Theme - 'Kandy Pop' by BisHey guys, Stacey here! Just to get all serious and sappy here; I have to thank Rob again (I will probably never stop thanking him, you know) for taking the time from his busy schedule not only to talk to little old me, but also to make me feel so entirely comfortable, and leave me smiling from ear to ear post interview. He is a tip top chap and I honestly feel hugely lucky to have had the chance to chat with him. I hope you all enjoy the show, and I apologise for the loudness of my mic; it was new and I haven't quite get the hang of it yet!