Every morning when you wake up you (probably) do the same routine. In some order, you shower, use the toilet, shave and brush your teeth. In that respect, movie characters don't seem to exist in the same universe as us. Typically we only see them there if something important is happening, like if someone is taking a shower at the Bates Motel or if Danny Glover needs to use the toilet in 'Lethal Weapon 2'.
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In episode 3 the boys talk about culture, a little conspiracy theory and what it takes to be a great man all with our special guest Ron lamprecht!
Simon Jenkins, Nick Cohen and Naomi Smith join Tom Clark to discuss the Liberal Democrat party conference; Conservative plans to reform the Human Rights Act and Ukip's parliamentary ambitions Dec 04, 2015
John Harris, Heather Stewart and Randeep Ramesh join Tom Clark to discuss Labour's struggle to find a unified position on Syria and George Osborne's autumn statement Nov 27, 2015
How social media and tech are affecting our love lives; and Death Knight Love Story, the first in-world created feature film from World of Warcraft
Can humanity escape extinction by reaching for the stars? We confront final questions with the science fiction novelist Kim Stanley Robinson and the psychologist Sheldon Solomon• Science fiction: the realism of the 21st century Dec 04, 2015
Moderator Amy Costello interviews Ann Cotton, David Eberts and Joe Richman on storytelling about development and social issues.
We turn our gaze to the stars, with multiple award-winning science fiction writer Ann Leckie and astrobiologist Caleb Scharf Dec 04, 2015
The panel discuss a rollercoaster week for Greece and the EU, and what the Tunisian beach massacre means for Liberal Toryism