Because we just don’t know when to let it go… BEHOLD – Culture Trumpet – The Podcast (the pilot)!!!!!!

In response to months of literally zero demand, we’ve finally caved in and worked our socks off this week to bring you Culture Trumpet – The Podcast (the pilot), the first of hopefully many more episodes of a new podcast that no one asked for, dedicated to the world of entertainment, including movies, TV, music, the arts, and more. If you’re good boys and girls we may even discuss steelbooks now and then.

You can subscribe right now in a number of ways, including:

We should be on Google Podcasts soon. These things take time. You know how it is.

In the first episode me and m’colleague Dan discuss:

  • Returning to the cinema vs watching movies at home
  • In-depth chat on No Time To Die and Halloween Kills
  • Only Murders In The Building on Disney+
  • Y: The Last Man
  • Upcoming movies
  • Bad reviews
  • Upcoming MCU releases (because every podcast needs to talk about the MCU)

We’d love to know what you think of the show, as well get some suggestions for future discussions, so please get in touch with any feedback, comments, suggestions and questions.

Big thanks to Dan for not only nagging me into doing this, but also his sterling editing work, which managed to make our ramblings listenable.

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1 Response

  1. Bob B says:

    Hi guys, loved the “pilot” podcast. A great Saturday morning wake up over a coffee.
    An excellent “we’re back at the cinema” intro.
    Good core themes of, “what next for Bond” and “what’s coming up at the cinema”. Maybe keep a “hopes and fears for upcoming releases” as a regular section? Also perhaps a similar one for the home release schedule and upcoming steelbook? Seems we’re excited for similar movies that are about to drop.
    You (rightly) steered clear of too many spoilers for movies only recently released. Perhaps after 2-3 months you can return to these in more depth as spoilers will be less of a problem?
    Overall a good start though perhaps play down the “cackhanded amateurs” angle a bit more in future? 😉
    Keep up the good work.

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