The Question, Episode 51 – Bullies With Benefits?

Is there ever an upside to bullying? That’s the Question we ask in Episode 51. We give our thoughts, and share your feedback on this hot-button issue, but not before visiting some old business, and delighting in news of old men on buses, and drunken livestock.

Next week, we turn to the world of video games. GTA V has just been released, and with it, there’s a whole new world of violence, misogyny, and otherwise abhorrent action. It’s got us thinking – we play these kinds of games (and other, less innocuous titles, such as the Sims, to name but one) and we take delight in doing unspeakably awful things. So we put the Question to you: Why do video games reveal our dark sides?

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The Question, Episode 43 – Everybody Hates A Tourist

In Episode 43, we take on the tourists, and ask When you’re on vacation, do you try to avoid being perceived as a tourist? And if so, how? We give our thoughts, then hear what our feedbackers have to say.

Next week, we look at historical film and biopics by asking the Question: Do films that portray historical figures and/or events do a disservice to actual history?
We want to hear what you have to say on this, or any, topic! Send us and e-mail to thequestionpodcast (at) gmail (dot) com, or you can leave us a message on The Question Line at (347) 9ASKUS9 ( (347) 927-5879 ). Details for our Twitter and Facebook Group are on the Contact Page. However you reach out to us, we want to hear from you!

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Gareth’s Waste of Time 22 – Gareth’s Top 10 Films on The Film List

This is a chance to hear Gareth talk about his top ten favourite films when he appeared on The Film List podcast with Heath Solo.  Among the talk about such films as Hard Boiled, The Shawshank Redemption and Moulin Rouge, Gareth reminisces about topless dancers in Paris and childhood memories of Star Wars figures.

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