PW353 DJ Timm & Michael LaCombe S7 Review

DJ Timm Hines is joined by Michael Aaron of Wudupdoe Podcast to discuss their overall feelings about S7 and also talk about Michael’s finale party!

We are doing a lot more podcasts lately as well. Check out to find out more about The Deuce Rethread, Gareth’s Waste of Time, Inside DJ’s DVR, The FilmList and more.



PW 352 Medieval Jurisprudence expert Kevin Uhalde Interview

Dr. Kevin Uhalde is an Associate Professor of History at Ohio University and a learned scholar of medieval jurisprudence. He’s also a human being on earth in 2017, so he watches GoT!
In this podcast Mike talks to Dr. Uhalde about the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain, what exactly ‘breaking the wheel’ means, and the Great Man vs. Trends & Forces theory of history in relation to Westeros. Why do historians love ASOIAF? Turns out it’s not that different in academia than it is for the rest of us.
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PW 348 Origins Part 1

Heath and I will be back with our season review later this week, so in the meantime, enjoy this episode. This was a lot of fun to put together. I went back to The FilmList Archives and found the first times Heath, Matt, Donald and I spoke about Game of Thrones.

I did a little intro for each clip to give it some context and I even had a special guest pop in.

I plan on doing at least one more installment featuring Tracee, Mike and DJ Timm Hines.



PW 346 A Murder of Miykes Medieval History Special

Our own Mike Hull talks to Myke Cole and Mike Livingston, two huge ASOIAF fans who are also excellent fictions writers. They talk about what it’s like to study battles from ancient and medieval history, and how writers put themselves in the mindset of people who lived through dramatic historical events.
Myke Cole is former military and played an elite law enforcement officer on the CBS show Hunted. He describes his work as “if Harry Potter joined the Navy Seals”, and it does not disappoint.
Mike Livingston is a professor at The Citadel and award-winning historical fiction author. He speaks frequently on medieval history and culture, on the impact of fantasy literature, and on how the Middle Ages continue to impact the modern world.