|Aisha and I talked about Sylvie’s Love, a movie we both really liked, on our Monday show. On Tuesday, she and I talked to our friends Kathy Tu and Tobin Low (both of the much-missed podcast Nancy) about the 20th anniversary of Bring It On.
On Wednesday, Glen and friend of the show Margaret H. Willison tackled Dickinson as it airs its second season. On Thursday, I had the pleasure of talking to two of our friends from Code Switch, Shereen Marisol Meraji and Karen Grigsby Bates, about some of the books in this year’s Book Concierge that talk about life in the United States.
And on Friday, Aisha, Glen and I were joined by Joelle Monique to discuss Regina King’s marvelous feature directing debut, One Night In Miami.
I wrote about the new adaptation of James Herriot’s All Creatures Great And Small books, which started airing on PBS last weekend and is available in its entirety on demand if you have PBS’s Passport feature (which is available if you are a donor to your local PBS station).
Aisha wrote about the very good new documentary MLK/FBI, which explores the surveillance of Martin Luther King, Jr. (and incidentally reminds viewers of how unkindly he was received in many quarters, contrary to some whitewashed versions of history).
Glen wrote about the Disney+ show WandaVision, which brings the Marvel Cinematic Universe further into the realm of television.