The Rosie View Episode 1

Welcome to the first ever episode of The Rosie View. This is a television review podcast put together by myself and my cousin, Rosemary Mac Cabe. I’ll edit this post tomorrow to add show notes but in this episode we review The Dollhouse, a documentary entitled 100 Years of Youth Hostelling, Psychoville and House. We also reveal what we are going to review in the next episode.

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8 Replies to “The Rosie View Episode 1”

  1. Thanks Sheils. Hope you’ll keep on listening. It should be available on iTunes soon too. Don’t worry I’ll let you know 🙂
    R

  2. I really like it – has me talking to you in my head… “Tru Calling!!!” (that was the Eliza Dusku show). Watching Dollhouse myself – I really want to like it but it makes it so hard…

  3. Well done, folks. The best of luck with it. Havent been able to watch TV since The Wire finished

  4. @Stewart Thanks for your comment. Well if you ever want to join us and talk in person and feel like a trip to D12, let us know.
    Tru Calling! No wonder I never watched it – even the name sucks! I’m going to have to get hold of a few episodes of The Dollhouse myself to see what I think.
    @Robbie Thanks for the good wishes. Ah The Wire! I’ve just watched Season 1 back to back on DVD and I’m conflicted. Overall a great series but not as revolutionary as The Sopranos for a number of reasons. Rosemary and I are planning to discuss it in an upcoming show once I’ve returned the box set what she robbed from my bro 🙂 Maybe you could join us for that show?

    Roseanne

  5. Between having summer hols here and 3 x under 7 yr old boys, and now you two talking about de telly, my home office is like being back in the real world.

    I’m quite happy to have you talking on the desktop, but have you any tips for switching off little boys?

    Also keeping me up to date. Don’t see any of it any more.

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