Name of Podcast: Aux Frontières des Séries (AFDS)
What topics are covered: This podcast talks about TV series.
Why is it good to listen to? The presenters speak in informal French, quite easy to understand. The speech is easy to follow since they do not speak too fast. Some of the presenters have a light Belgium accent.
You can subscribe or listen to the podcast by finding “Aux Frontières Des Séries” on iTunes, or through their webpage http://www.afds.tv
How often are the podcasts updated? Three or four podcasts are broadcast per week.
Length of each podcast: Each episode is about 25 minutes long.
Podcast Description: AFDS is a Franco-Belgian podcast that analyzes 3 to 4 times a week the phenomenon of TV series. For over 15 years, journalists have been sharing their passion for the series. Over the years, many features were created to make the podcast more interesting: about actors, animation, generics, films inspired by series, creators, pilots, web series, but also interviews of actors in the series and / or television.
On Monday, you can discover some specific topics with humour through different features (Génériques en Séries, Séries Cinéma, Séries Craignos et Who’s Who).
On Wednesday, the host presents a deep analysis of a series or a topic.
On Friday, you can listen about different topics such as live debate on animation, big events, web series, special episodes, characters, etc.
During the weekend, once or twice a month, an episode of the series of the season is presented. Sebastien Porcu presents “Aussies En Séries”, a road trip through the Australian production of a series.
Podcast presenters include Alexandre Marler who is a journalist and Sarah Sepulchre, university professor. A team of seven other specialists help them in presenting this podcast.
Summary: This podcast decrypts the world of TV series and analyse other aspects of the series such as generics, interviews with actors and much more!