Welcome to the seventy-third episode of the Tea in the Treetops podcast hosted by Philippa and Anni.
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In this episode, we discuss how our reading and watching habits have changed during 2020, the year of Covid-19, as well as catch up other things we’ve been reading. This episode was recorded on 18 October 2020.
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Books and TV mentioned
The Witcher – Netflix
The Mandalorian – Disney Plus
Lord of the Rings – Amazon
Supernatural – The CW
The Boys – Amazon
Merlin (BBC) – Netflix
Schitt’s Creek – Netflix
The Witches (2020)
His Dark Materials – HBO
Enola Holmes – Netflix
I really like the way you share your thoughts, Really 2020 changes our life.
Best wishes for you
Thank you! Best wishes for you as well.
Hi, you are right there! 2020 has changed a lot for us, including our reading and TV viewing habits. I also feel things would not go back to their earlier normal days. This new way is the new normal. Personally speaking, somehow, I was a binge TV viewer pre if we can write apocalypse 🙂 but now I have become more of a book fan. I have read quite a lot of books, more of fiction in the last one year than in my entire life earlier. Also, I am currently writing a crime trilogy, which is soon to be published. I have also started a blog and I am linking the same here so you could view and share your tips. Thanks and God bless!
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Gosh, there are so many things that have changed in my life since Covid when it comes to media viewing/reading habits! It seems I have less patience for watching anything that isn’t entertaining, so I’m always switching around. And I mostly have the TV on 24/7 on the opposite side of the room while I work. Not really for viewing, but more for listening to have a busier work environment while working from home.
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