BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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“Overdue” celebrates Children’s Book Week, while “The Bechdel Cast” delves into the “Avengers” franchise as the series comes to an end.
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“Overdue” celebrates Children’s Book Week, while “The Bechdel Cast” delves into the “Avengers” franchise as the series comes to an end.
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Both podcasts stick to familiar genres this week — “Overdue” reads the first novel in another fantasy series, while “The Bechdel Cast” covers a lesser known romantic comedy.
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Both podcasts stick to familiar genres this week — “Overdue” reads the first novel in another fantasy series, while “The Bechdel Cast” covers a lesser known romantic comedy.
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“Overdue” finishes out their coverage of “The Twilight Saga” with its final book, while “The Bechdel Cast” explores the horror of “Rosemary’s Baby.”
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“Overdue” finishes out their coverage of “The Twilight Saga” with its final book, while “The Bechdel Cast” explores the horror of “Rosemary’s Baby.”
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“Overdue” tackles what is arguably Kurt Vonnegut’s most popular novel, while “The Bechdel Cast” dives into the world of a well-known Disney fairy tale.
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“Overdue” tackles what is arguably Kurt Vonnegut’s most popular novel, while “The Bechdel Cast” dives into the world of a well-known Disney fairy tale.
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From pregnancy guides to a famous fashion industry comedy, our podcasts cover a lot of ground in this week of podcapping. “Overdue” reveals a surprise book Craig and Andrew have been alluding to for weeks, while “The Bechdel Cast” spends an extra long episode delving into the details of “The Devil Wears Prada.”
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From pregnancy guides to a famous fashion industry comedy, our podcasts cover a lot of ground in this week of podcapping. “Overdue” reveals a surprise book Craig and Andrew have been alluding to for weeks, while “The Bechdel Cast” spends an extra long episode delving into the details of “The Devil Wears Prada.”
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Horror fiction is practically synonymous with one very well known writer: Stephen King. Writing horror apparently runs in the family, as this week’s author, Joe Hill — real name: Joseph Hillstrom King — is actually Stephen King’s son.
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Horror fiction is practically synonymous with one very well known writer: Stephen King. Writing horror apparently runs in the family, as this week’s author, Joe Hill — real name: Joseph Hillstrom King — is actually Stephen King’s son.
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This week in podcapping, “Overdue” delves into the difficult dynamic of a problematic writer producing entertaining literature, while “The Bechdel Cast” discusses the role of mediocrity in women’s representation.
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This week in podcapping, “Overdue” delves into the difficult dynamic of a problematic writer producing entertaining literature, while “The Bechdel Cast” discusses the role of mediocrity in women’s representation.
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Both podcasts dip into new territory this week, as “Overdue” covers the rare self-help book and “The Bechdel Cast” discusses a film that, also in rare fashion, is actually pretty sufficient in its representation of women.
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Both podcasts dip into new territory this week, as “Overdue” covers the rare self-help book and “The Bechdel Cast” discusses a film that, also in rare fashion, is actually pretty sufficient in its representation of women.
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With The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department coming out with a new podcast, “Popcorn Paperback,” in October, there’s no time like the present to examine the world of podcasts. Here is the Daily Cal’s guide to some of the best arts podcasts you’ve been missing out on.
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With The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department coming out with a new podcast, “Popcorn Paperback,” in October, there’s no time like the present to examine the world of podcasts. Here is the Daily Cal’s guide to some of the best arts podcasts you’ve been missing out on.
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