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The Chernobyl HBO series could not have been better and the same can be said for this podcast. Bravo! My only complaint is that the two had to end and now I need to find something else to fill the void.
Very detailed when describing the sequences in each episode. Very informative, especially being able to provide such insight during a time where everything was being covered up and very easy to follow if you have already watched each episode in the series. Great work overall.
I’ve always been fascinated with Chernobyl and actually visited Pripyat and Chernobyl in 2017. I thought I knew a great deal about how the events of 1986 unfolded, but this podcast and the series really taught me a lot. Great podcast and series!
I've recommended this podcast to all my friends who are fans of the show. Hearing the behind-the-scenes stories of the research and planning that went into the writing of the show is crucial to understanding how this show communicates the story.
Wow. This podcast is so interesting, even though I haven't watched the series yet. I realize I don't even really know what happened at Chernobyl. I loved the deeper look into the creative decisions and behind the scenes discussions.
Not my cup of tea.
I was 21 when Chernobyl happened and wish I would have paid more attention at the time. This series was both horrifying and educating, I learned SO much, sometimes more than I wanted to! And thank goodness for the podcast. The details about why and how each scene was created made watching even more intense and interesting. Both are very well done and should be watched and listened to by everyone. Now, for the reviews I’ve read that are “upset” about comparing the lies a government will tell to cover things up? That must be coming from a guilty conscience because I did not conclude that accusation at all from the podcast. After all, the truth does hurt, doesn’t it?
I’m very picky about podcasts because they help get me through my day at work and on the drive to/from the same. This podcast was so good I probably looked like a fool because it had my jaw dropping constantly. The conversation is excellent. A witty back and forth with more facts about the people and places in Chernobyl that we’ve grown attached to. Discussions galore about scene selections, editing choices, and the actors’ experiences. They also touch on the creator’s reasons for writing this and his trip to Chernobyl. Just absolutely riveting stuff honestly. If you loved the show or want to watch it, listen to this. My only complaint is that there weren’t more episodes!
A fantastic behind the scenes of the series in making but also a truthful account of what actually happened in 1986. An incredibly terrifying moment in time but beautifully captured and informative for generations to come.
I have listened to this podcast 5 times already. And no doubt I will listen to it another 5 times. If you haven’t done so already please listen to this podcast because it’s simply brilliant.
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Highly relevant and intriguing insight to accompany the mini series. Highly recommend.
This is one of the best podcasts I've ever listened to. I haven't watched the HBO/Sky tv show yet but I have seen clips of it on YouTube; I could believe what I was hearing/seeing. I also didn't realise this happened during the Cold War and The Soviet Union. I listen to this podcast in one sitting because I couldn't stop listening to it, the break down of each episode and character is wonderful to listen to. The only thing I did not like was the audio quality, it sounded very noisy and didn't sound like it was recorded well... GB
Absolutely brilliant, I would recommend this in a heartbeat, along with the show, to anyone who asked. I hope we eventually get to see some of the deleted scenes some day. GB
An absolute must for anyone who enjoyed the Chernobyl mini-series. Lots of interesting discussions of the real backgrounds on the stories included in the show, and insights into the amazing work that went into making it! The hosts are excellent at keeping the podcast intriguing and time flew by while I was listening to these! GB
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