Episode 99

Historical Inaccuracies That Made Films Better

Not that anybody asked but this week just Ian dusted off his degree and donned his best Indy fedora because we're talking about historical inaccuracies in films, but why these can make films better. What will make our final Top 3 list this week? Expect cobbled together submarines, a lot of Ox and a boring amount of lions.

You can find the trailers for our choices, and other things referenced, on this youtube playlist.

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The Podcast Nobody Asked For
Two friends argue which films and TV shows make their Top 3 of various topics

About your hosts

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Graham Jones

Top 3 Things You Should Know:
1. Once saw Tom Felton in a cocktail bar, fairly sure he did a double take thinking I was his old pal Rupert.
2. Psychology graduate and knows this doesn't matter.
3. The van story - but I'm not telling you unless you buy me a beer.
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Ian Harries

Top 3 Things You Should Know:
1. Holds the unironic belief that Nicolas Cage is the greatest living actor.
2. History graduate and thinks this matters.
3. Once climbed a mountain by accident.