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It and we also then focus in on something very specific in related to the royal couple and the wedding so we've had a royal jewels expert we've had someone who has not yet aired yet but she is a historian of the royal family and she yeah it's really fascinating so she she talked to us about the history of actresses in the royal family and how actresses have sort of been part of relationships with royal since the sixteen hundreds and how that has sort of signified social progress through time and so there are lots of different ways that we've looked at it it's it's less of like telling the full story of their relationship because you know that's that's personal to them but we can we can look at the news and we can look at specific aspects of the royals and of their relationship and make predictions about what we think is going to happen because we also do that yeah every single time i listen to sounds good to me yeah and on the on the wedding day were putting together a bingo board slash drinking game so that when for us on the east coast we're watching the wedding at six am we can go along whenever our predictions come true probably not advisable but what we're doing exactly and it is on saturday right it's a wedding it's supposed to though the royals often get married on weekdays in it becomes a bank holiday so a lot of brits were mad that they're getting married on a saturday because they don't get an extra day off of work that's a burden work i i i love predictions knocking because i'm a huge fan of halo series all the listeners know that so it's not uncommon for me to frequent any youtube channel that makes a prediction for the next game or book or and i'm just like please let with that please let that wouldn't be true or i swear to god if that does happen i quit i'm not doing the series anymore say the prediction part oh yeah i'd be all about that so i suppose since it looks like we're in the final ten minutes i'm actually just going to cut to the group questions because everyone has been asked to which took fifty minutes impressive guys longwinded we're professionals we know how to talk also you've you've made the the rookie mistake of asking us about our favorite topic i can't move the less that i have the better no wants to listen to me everyone listens to me every week more of the guest so anyway let's see so group question so alex like you guys have already actually answered that when m so you work at other places in the media industry before him what made you want to come work for panoply well like i kinda covered that one sam well for me i was really excited about coming to panoply because it was an opportunity to i felt like it would be an opportunity to not just work on really exciting existing shows but have an opportunity to participate in the creation of new ones that was super appealing to me prior to that i was working at a public radio show that's been around for almost twenty years it hasn't been twenty years and as a wonderful show that i think is a national treasure but that show has its format it's not gonna be deviating from that format nor should it and it was really really valuable for me so most like a boot camp experience too oh sorry i shouldn't i shouldn't flow the phrase bootcamp around it was just counting my lucky stars literally done in four weeks amount of the army oh my gosh okay well congratulations and also thank you for your service i have never done anything that hard in my life knowing that anything else believe it or not well i i guess the the thing for me was that you know working on that show was was really great but i was excited to transition into a place where there would be the opportunity to build new things from the ground up that would might be able to become as vital as the show that i was working on has become and i have felt really fortunate that in my time here i've i've had the opportunity to do that bad with money as a show that i pitched to the editorial team here not too long after i started and i feel really lucky to have had the opportunity to collaborate with gabby done the host of that.