The ZOOM zeitgeist of seeing people's lives at home through video calls has meant we're seeing things we haven't seen before, Ned and David decided to embrace it and investigate what's going on behind them. Being the Never Strays Far podcast means there is some racing chat before they go deep into books. Subscribe to the CHPT3 YouTube channel to watch the video version of this pod.
They start with a thorough examination of Chris Froome's latest transfer gossip, plus Daniel Mangeas and enough literature to last a lockdown or two.
Books Ned talks about:
Maillot Noir. Published by Goater Noir.
Tell Them of Battles, Kings and Elephants, by Mathias Enard.
Blindness, by José Saramago.
How Late It Was, How Late, by James Kelman.
The Bridge Over The Drina, by Ivo Andrić.
Colombia es Pasión, by Matt Rendell.
Books David talks about:
The Memory Palace, by Mira Bartok.
Bicycle Road Racing: The Complete Program for Training and Competition, by Eddy Borysewicz.
Blood Meridian, by Cormac McCarthy.
Fragrant Harbour, by John Lanchester.
Planet of the Blind, by Stephen Kuuisto.
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