National World’s Screen Babble podcast show launched: what is it, release date, how to follow

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National World has launched Screen Babble, a podcast show to help people decide what to watch on TV.

If you can’t decide what to watch after browsing through the channels, National World has launched a new weekly audio show, Screen Babble which can help you make up your mind. The show, hosted by NationalWorld’s TV writers Alex Moreland and Steven Ross, will do the research to help people decide where to invest their viewing time and where to avoid.

On the first episode, the hosts talk about what the programmes our critics enjoy and what they’ve been watching recently - including Gangs of London, House of the Dragon, SAS Rogue Heroes and Reboot as they take a deep dive into Blockbuster, a new sitcom from Netflix and go ‘back to the future’ to take a look at Humans, which originally aired on Channel 4 in 2015, now available on All4.

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Screen Babble will also release a short episode every Friday morning outlining what you should aim to watch over the weekend and beyond. Steven will take us through what’s new and what’s hot so you can focus on settling down to some quality viewing.

Screen Babble: how to follow the show

Screen Babble is available to download on all podcast platforms, including Apple and Spotify. You can also join the conversation on their Screen Babble Facebook group.

If you’ve enjoyed the show or found it useful, you could als give them a rating and review, as it helps them to reach more listeners.

You can also follow our TV coverage on Twitter @NationalWorldTV - as well as @morelandwriter and @steven_jross. If you have a TV question you’d like the Screen Babble team to answer on a future episode, or a recommendation of your own, send it to [email protected]

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