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Tea and Jeopardy – index of episodes

Tea and Jeopardy is part of the Geek Planet Online network and released every fortnight. It’s written by Emma and Peter Newman and hosted by Emma, who also edits and produces each episode.

If you enjoy the podcast, you can become a patron and become a member of the Order of the Sacred Teacup. To find out what rewards members get, take a look at the Tea and Jeopardy Patreon page.

You can subscribe in iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tea-and-jeopardy/id649269756?mt=2

You find the RSS feed with all sorts of other subscription options here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TeaAndJeopardy

Episode 01 – Chuck Wendig faces the volcano

Episode 02 – Sarah Pinborough battles tidal forces

Episode 03 – Paul Cornell and the mechanical monstrosity

Episode 04 – Jennifer Udden and restless natives

Episode 05 – Dave Bradley and the leap of faith

Episode 06 – Karina Cooper negotiates the labyrinth

Episode 07–  Gareth L. Powell and the deep space encounter

Episode 08 – Frances Hardinge and the Himalayan threat

Episode 09 – Mike Underwood and a case of mistaken identity

Episode 10 – Lauren Beukes and the perilous sea

Episode 11 – Joe Abercrombie and the deep, dark woods

Episode 12 – Mary Robinette Kowal and the unwanted dinner date

Episode 13 – Adrian Tchaikovsky and the pirates

Episode 14 – Melinda Snodgrass and the troublesome hat

Episode 15 – Myke Cole navigates the seas of social expectation

Episode 16 – Seanan McGuire takes tea in London one hundred years in the future

Episode 17 – Adam Christopher starts with tea in a houseboat then combats villainy

Episode 18 – Emma Vieceli and the abandoned house

Episode 19 – A birthday special featuring cake and bloopers

Episode 20 – James Moran doesn’t take any prisoners

Episode 21 – Mur Lafferty faces a dastardly foe 

Episode 22 – Professor Elemental hosts tea in his manor, but what is in the basement?

Episode 23 – Aliette de Bodard almost meets her doom but not in Doomish…

Episode 24 – Ramez Naam is mistaken for prey

Episode 25 – N.K. Jemisin and the AI a little too dedicated to its job

Episode 26 – John Hornor Jacobs is saved by something unexpected

Episode 27 – Gail Carriger is accidentally embroiled in a long-running battle 

Bonus Video Episode – Live Tea and Jeopardy with Toby Whithouse at Fantasycon 2014

Episode 28 – Juliet Mushens fights tooth and claw for survival

Episode 29 – Drew Karpyshyn almost meets a watery end

The 2014 Tea and Jeopardy Advent Calendar

Episode 30 – Francesca Haig demonstrates the power of a good book

Episode 31 – Kieron Gillen avoids becoming someone else’s lunch

Episode 32 – Catherynne Valente is tempted by mysterious boxes with danger inside

Episode 33 – Alan Baxter faces a foe on a mysterious tropical island

Episode 34 – The Blooper Reel of Gratitude +5

Episode 35 – Sarah McIntyre’s love of colour draws unwanted attention

Episode 36 – Peter Newman strays from the path…

Episode 37 – Kameron Hurley is challenged by a God

Episode 38 – Pat Rothfuss faces a dangerous plant

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  1. Mona Temchin says:

    Hi, I’m enjoying the podcasts, although I just started subscribing in time to catch Melinda Snodgrass, Myke Cole, and Seanan McGuire.
    On the last podscast you asked for suggested guests. Any of the following would be great fun to hear: Lev Grossman, Gary Shteyngart, Katherine Neville, Jim Butcher, China Mieville, Steph Swainston, George RR Martin, Susanna Clarke, Judith Tarr, Connie Willis, Charlaine Harris, Allyson James, Gene Wolfe, Ursula Leguin, Magnus Flyte, JL Bourne, Guy Gavriel Kay, Jo Walton, Michael Chabon, Diana Gabaldon, Helen Wecker, Neil Gaiman, Dave Barry, Orson Scott Card, Deborah Harkness, Erin Morgenstern, Patrick Rothfuss, Peter F. Hamilton

    • Peggy says:

      Wow–Mona’s list is awesome!

      I’d say add Emma Bull, Lois McMaster Bujold, Caroline Stevermer, Patricia Wrede, Jane Yolen, Elizabeth Bear, and JK Rowling.

      Also, move Pat Rothfuss to the top of the list! He is hilarious. And Veronica Roth; I’d love to hear what she has to say.

  2. Mona Temchin says:

    More sugestions for possible podcast guests: Veronica Roth or Suzanne Collins…

  3. Peggy says:

    And Catherynne Valente!

  4. Emma says:

    I listen to podcasts on Stitcher…but you guys aren’t on there. Could you pretty please try to get on there? These look wonderful!

    • Emma says:

      Hi Emma, Tea and Jeopardy is part of the Geek Planet Online network, so I’ve asked about whether any of the GPO podcasts are on Stitcher.

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