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Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include philosophy and thought -- Plato, Aristotle, Leonhard Euler, Henri Amiel, and the French Rights of Man; adventure and mystery -- the ascent of Aconcagua and the mystery ship Mary Celeste; science -- a new comet and lichen dyes; portraits of the seasons by Lucy Maud Montgomery: biographies of Charles Dickens and Clara and Robert Schuman; a history of the Transcendental utopia Fruitlands by ...
 
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This episode is a love letter: to the cast, the crews, the writers, and the fans. It is about the power of fiction to change lives and bring people together, and it is about what it means to love it. In our final episode breakdown (but not our final episode), we're joined by Arjun Gupta, Olivia Taylor Dudley, and Lev Grossman, who share what the sh…
 
Brittany, Mike, David, and the girls pour one out for "The Magicians" in this slightly tipsy edition of Physical Kids Weekly. From pervert ghosts to the joy of finally standing up for yourself to pickled dead people, we cover all the bases of Episode 511, "Be the Hyman."By Clara Sherley-Appel and Dani Lowry
 
Clara and Dani go solo as they break down Episode 504, "Magicians Anonymous," written by John McNamara and directed by Geeta Patel. In a podcast that's almost as wacky as the episode itself, Dani teases her theory about the Dark King, Clara sings an ode to The Binder, and both girls coo over the friendship that's developing between Alice and Julia.…
 
I det här avsnittet, som spelades in för en och en halv fortnight sedan, så pratar vi om att Star Wars kanske är bra eller kanske är dåligt fan vet jag var jag ens med i podden hm who knows och så klart självscanning för det e bara borgare som självscannar inget fel med det va ville ba säga det ha det bra nu ungdomar och flossa inte för mycket…
 
The girls go solo to talk about time bees, golems, and sleeper agents in Episode 502, "The Wrath of the Time Bees." Things are heating up in Kady's storyline, while Alice reaps the consequences of the "something crazy" she did in the premiere -- and starts to heal in the process.By Clara Sherley-Appel and Dani Lowry
 
Lilah Sturges and Lev Grossman join the girls to talk about the newly released graphic novel based on the first Magicians book -- and told from Alice's point of view. Plus, we announce the winners of the #MagiciansReachOut raffle and thank everyone who participated.Sorry ahead of time if Clara butchered your name.Transcript: http://www.filloryandfu…
 
Margot Ready joins PKW to talk all things production design, from the inspiration behind the look of the different sets and worlds in the show to the collaborative nature of her work to how she got her start in TV after getting a degree in architecture. Plus, she shares insights into visual storytelling elements in two of our favorite episodes: Sea…
 
Jade Tailor joins Dani and Clara in discussing Episode 412, "The Secret Sea," depression, and accepting the world as it is. Things get personal when we start to talk about the drowned garden, and we all share what the show, the books, and the community surrounding "The Magicians" has meant to us.There are book spoilers in the episode breakdown, esp…
 
We talk to Christina Strain and Henry Alonso Myers about the origins of the library, mythology, and making exposition engaging as we break down episode 411. Plus, we continue our conversation about Quentin's depression and the necessity of his confrontation with Alice. Don't miss it!By Clara Sherley-Appel and Dani Lowry
 
It's an 80s extravaganza for this most musical Margo episode! We talk about why "Here I Go Again" is the perfect Margo-in-the-desert song, why it's important that Margo and Eliot's songs are gender swapped, and the worsening of Quentin's depression.Plus, Clara shares her latest crackpot theory -- about the Mesopotamian goddess of chaos Tiamat -- an…
 
Arjun Gupta and Elle Lipson join us to talk about episode 407, "The Side Effect" and the message at its heart, plus a deep dive into who Penny 40 sees at the end of the episode.This episode is noisier than normal -- a side effect, if you will, of Arjun's environment in Bombay. We think you'll enjoy it anyway, but you might want to listen to it in y…
 
Kacey Rohl and show writer Christina Strain bring BFE (Big Female Energy) to this week's episode of PKW. From canon queer ladies to tonally appropriate Egyptian myths to Penny23 and Penny40's meeting of the minds, we get these lovely ladies' two cents on this epic episode. Don't miss it!By Clara Sherley-Appel and Dani Lowry
 
Writer Mike Moore and actor Sergio Osuna guest to talk about episode 405, "Escape from the Happy Place," and why exactly it is that Mike likes to rip our hearts out every season. Plus, Alice's redemption arc, the silence of the sloths, and more!Cover art for this episode is by Lauren Rubin. Check out more of their incredible work on Twitter @notcoo…
 
Rick Worthy guests on the 50th episode of Physical Kids Weekly to discuss Dean Fogg's journey over the past four seasons, plus character acting, musical episodes, fashion, and -- of course -- TODD. We even get a taste of his singing ability! So #DoSomeGoddamnMagic and listen to this delightful conversation with a man who's been part of almost every…
 
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