Series 1, episode 6


How did a Doctor from Burntwood come to be involved in a bloody revolution in Nepal? To find out, we asked a Doctor from Burntwood that was involved in a bloody revolution in Nepal.

We also asked him about books, because he's a Home Library Officer and he works with us.

Running time: 59.15

Lee doesn't call himself Dr. At all. There are only two things he has which say Dr Lee Powell on them. One of them is the first bankcard he recieved just after completing his studies, the other is everything connected to this podcast. In fact, he'd probably be pretty uncomfortable with how often I've used Dr on this website. Which is partly why I've called him Dr Lee Powell so often. Also, it's a Dr on the podcast. That's pretty cool.
Also, he doesn't do social media. He hasn't got a Facebook page or a Twitter handle, he doesn't believe in them. And what's more, he thinks you're pretty silly for doing them yourself. Lee would much rather read a book... Hard to argue with that logic.


Adams, Douglas - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Asimov, Isaac - Foundation Series

Chandra, Vikram - Red Earth and Pouring Rain

Connolly, John - Charlie Parker Series

Dick, Philip K. - Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

Hill, Joe - Heart Shaped Box; Horns; N0S4R2

King, Stephen - The Stand; Under the Dome; The Shining

Milne, A.A - Winnie the Pooh

Palahniuk, Chuck - Fight Club

Puzo, Mario - The Godfather

Sigurdardottir, Yrsa - The Silence of the Sea

Wodehouse, P.G. - Jeeves and Wooster

Zusak, Markus - I Am the Messenger