Podcast Episodes

Episode 15, May 20th, 2020

Erin, Claire, and Rory jumping for joy in Wishbonafide Episode 15.

The third time’s the charm they say, but we love having co-producer, Rory Nachbar, on the show every time! Wishbonafide Episode 15 hits up Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities and Wishbone’s “A Tail of Two Sitters.

Watch parts 1 & 2 of the TV show.

About Our Guest

Rory used to live with Erin and Claire in college with great happiness, and is therefore delighted that she can share this podcast experience with them. She works as a Digital Communications Specialist for Johns Hopkins University and spends her free time developing content and promoting Wishbonafide. When she isn’t on adventures with her co-producers, you can find her curled up with a good book or crafting and painting while binging crime dramas. 

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Recommendations

Oliver Twist Recommendations

Book cover of Oliver Twist

Claire:

I am going to throw a novel in here to match Erin’s film and suggest Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson. Another really excellent “boys’ novel” published periodically in a magazine called Young Folks in 1886. It’s basically a rad YA novel full of action and hardship, much like Oliver Twist, about characters adapted from real life people and stories in the aftermath of the Jacobite rebellion in Scotland. Nothing like a good read about people’s miserable lives getting more difficult!

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Podcast Episodes

Episode 2: August 17th, 2016

Claire and Erin pose with Ben Abraham for Wishbonafide Episode 2 on a city rooftop

Get ready for a bowlful of excitement and hilarity, but mostly confusion, in Episode 2 of Wishbonafide. In this episode we tackle Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens and Wishbone’s “A Twisted Tail,” where we get tangled up in Dickens, with special guest Ben Abraham!

Watch parts 1, 2, and 3 of the TV episode.

About Our Guest

Benjamin-Ernest Abraham is a freelance director based in New York City. He graduated from Loyola University Maryland in 2015 with a degree in Global Studies and a minor in economics. Somehow, he has found himself pursuing a life in the theatre, despite the fact that he’s in a tremendous amount of student debt for a degree that has nothing to do with it. When he’s not directing, Ben is usually found rock-climbing, reading, seeing even more theatre, or dreaming about going backpacking again. His favorite episode of Wishbone is “Digging up the Past.”

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