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139: Nation Pt. 1 (Never Windsurf on a Crocodile)

The Truth Shall Make Ye Fret is a podcast in which your hosts, Joanna Hagan and Francine Carrel, read and recap every book from Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series in chronological order.  

This week, Part 1 of our recap of “Nation”. 

A Wave! A Ship! A Dead Lobster in the Flour! 

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Things we blathered on about:

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf – everything we know – TechRadar 

Classic FM Interview 25 Year Nation – YouTube  

Terry Pratchett Interview: How He Wrote Nation – YouTube

Terry Pratchett's 2009 Boston Globe-Horn Book Fiction Award Speech for Nation – The Horn Book  

Terry Pratchett: A Life With Footnotes – Penguin 

Rule of three – Wikipedia  

Eternal Father strong to save  

Samson – Wikipedia 

Tate & Lyle's Golden Syrup rebrand drops dead lion – BBC News 

Psychopomp – Wikipedia 

Omnibus Episode 587: The Guano Islands Act (Entry 554.PS10407)

What are some standard fairy tale opening lines in your language? – r/AskEurope 

The South Sea Project – Jonathan Swift – The Literature Network

Hermit crabs are 'wearing' our plastic rubbish – BBC News   

How Ada Lovelace Constructed Her Wings – Noble Blood

Course Change – Futility Closet [article about the Berouw]

Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded: August 27, 1883 by Simon Winchester – Goodreads

  

Music: Chris Collins, indiemusicbox.com

 

 

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