This episode of the Anywhere But Here Podcast sees Ant and Tom talking on the Chris Hardwick allegations but from a more considered approach, rather than the extreme opinions being spouted by Twitter users, both those who know the couple involved and those that don’t.
Basically, the theme of today’s episode is take a step back, think about things before reacting to them and ask open questions. This is not quite the open and shut case that the Weinstein allegations appeared to be. So, as with many things in life we have two ears and one mouth so should use them in that ratio (a maxim Tom’s primary school teacher said once that has stayed with you ever since).
Also on this episode Ant finally gets to see Hamilton and follows it with seeing Wicked on the same day. Tom git to see Pearl Jam at the O2 one the only night that Eddy Vedder’s voice held out. All this and more for your ears to feast on.
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On this weeks show, Ant and Tom talk about the Ice Bucket Challenge and the unnecessary ire being thrown the way of the challenge and the charity behind it. It’s a bit of fun and has brought a global awareness for a umber of charities. Donate to who you want, don’t have a hissy fit about it people, it’s a bit of fun.
The boys cover some high profile deaths that have happened in the last few weeks while they have put out the pre-recorded shows. But the deaths of Robin Williams and Richard Attenborough’s passings were too noteworthy not to mention.
The episode is rounded off by Ant’s weekends away with Liz for her Birthday, they went to Brighton where he embarrassed her with a cake in a restaurant and saw Wicked with the family, where they met the show’s star, Kerry Ellis.
Tom and Jo went down to the seaside too, this week, to sample some ales and seafood and got into a stare off with the couple sat next to them. This led on to a discussion about Ant not being able to eat food that looks like the animal it was. Do you have a food you can’t eat? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter or email@example.com