Find all previous and future episodes listed here or in your podcast app under “Barbican Station”.
Catch up on episode four before the fifth episode drops as we continue to discuss the new Apple TV Plus adaption of Slow Horses. In the first part we have some updates and impressions of the first few episodes before taking a break and returning to talk in depth about the fourth episode.
We talk about whether the actors are portraying the slow horses as we expected, the show’s wonderful art direction and the proper pronunciation of Mario. We also talk foreplay, gunplay and Coldplay. All that and much more in this episode.
Leave me your comments for a future show at PodInbox.com/spy!
Come back next week as I talk with a new guest about Episode 5.
My guest this week is Mary, a doctoral candidate in Applied Child Development.
SLOW HORSES Reddit is here.
Article on the Slough House series on Slate.com
The real location of Slough House.
My original review of the book. Barbican Station episode on the book Slow Horses.
Follow the latest news about the upcoming AppleTV adaption here.
For more on the slow horses, click here.
Track down the real Slough House here.
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I posted this accidentally on the Episode 1/2 podcast, but some of it is more relevant to later in the series.
Have really enjoyed your podcasts, many thanks. Have loved the whole tv series, so many little pleasures which outweigh any expectations not quite met. Love the fact that Jackson drives a Yellow Car! That’s an ongoing in-joke by Mick Herron thru the books, referring to a BBC radio comedy show called Cabin Pressure, starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Also, anyone noticed Spider Webb’s jacket when he’s with Nick Duffy to collect Catherine? Leather, belted, for all the world like a Nazi Officer! And with that blond teutonic hairstyle…
Louisa isn’t MY Louisa, though she’s excellent and has a great voice. In fact, from the teaser at the end of the finale, the person who seems to be playing Shirley Dander is much more my Louisa. Can’t quite get a handle on who should play Shirley, but the series is so good I don’t want to nit-pick.
I had previously wondered where Harwich fits into Slow Horses, but now see that the small additions to the plot enhance it, and give it a more dramatic twist for tv audiences. Well done everybody!
How long before they release Dead Lions? Can wait!