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How many times have you heard or said, " I just do not understand how the left could think this way"? Left to Right is a liberal-left podcast that is targeting the Conservative right. The goal is to give the conservative right a peek into how the left thinks. The hope is not to change the way the right thinks but rather to allow them the ability to understand the left's prospects.
 
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This month we look at one of Ray and Gee's favourite ongoing manga, Yona of the Dawn! Following the adventures of a young princess, her bodyguard and the four dragon warriors fated to help her, she is on a journey of growth and self-actualisation after she's ousted from the throne by her cousin. We jump in discussing both the serious moments and sh…
 
Sometimes you just want something short and sweet to read, without flipping through dozens upon dozens of chapters. Enough story to really sink your teeth into, but not so much it outstays its welcome! So for this month, we're spotlight manga that conclude at five volumes or fewer. From spunky Shonen Jump fare, to weighty personal dramas, join us o…
 
April is for fools, so be sure to join Gee and Ray for this episode as we talk about the huge range of comedy manga! From gag series to 4-panel, sitcoms and the bizarre, humor can come in all types---but some is definitely more effective than others! Are poop jokes the peak of comedy, or overly crass? Just how many times can the same joke be told b…
 
This month we're spotlighting Gee's favourite mangaka: Fumi Yoshinaga!! From her humble beginnings as a BL artist, to the critically acclaimed Ooku: The Inner Chambers, All My Darling Daughters and What Did You Eat Yesterday?, Yoshinaga has spent her career writing beautifully imperfect characters, struggling, surviving and thriving in their lives.…
 
February is here, and Ray and I are talking about the josei demographic! We're answering your questions about manga for women, and the many amazing series we've gotten in English over the years. From Princess Jellyfish to Haru's Curse, come discover your favourite new series about women being women (and everything that entails!!) Series mentioned i…
 
Phosphophyllite is a little ditzy and direct, and wants nothing more to fight against the violent Lunarians who come to Earth to capture them and their friends. Unfortunately, Phos isn't that tough, literally, and can shatter under a strong breeze if not careful. So, under the direction of ever-calm Kongo-sensei, Phos starts writing a natural histo…
 
There were just SO many exciting new books to talk about this year, so we've put together just a few of our favourites that didn't quite make the list. All of these are still wonderful and worth the read! In this podcast we talk about: Blue Flag Perfect World - read AnimeFeminist's article on the series' handling of disability here A Sign of Affect…
 
It's the end of the year, so that means Ray and I can spotlight some of our favorite new series from the past year!! From an exciting amount of romance manga, to the creepy horror of inhuman monsters, how many of our standout series did you read this year? In this podcast we talk about: Given My Dress-up Darling My Androgynous Boyfriend Hell's Para…
 
As the UK hurtles towards a potential no deal exit (yet again!) on 31 December 2020, Alex and Amar discuss the state of the UK-EU negotiations (MPVB thinks a deal will be reached) and reflect on four and a half years of Brexit shenanigans.Let's Agree to Disagree による
 
November is the month of giving thanks and eating food (and unfortunate rewriting of Native American history), so for this episode we're doing another creator spotlight: Natsume Ono!! How will her European aesthetic and love of baked goods translate on the page? And how many of her titles have YOU read in English? In this podcast we talk about: Ris…
 
It's October yet again, so this month Ray and I will be covering the weird and wonderful world of horror manga!! From the popular to the niche, we talk about how much horror manga available in English, the history of the manga genre in Japan and some of the most influential titles. From the terrifying classic The Drifting Classroom, to the ever-exp…
 
This month Ray and I will be talking about the wonderful mangaka Yuhki Kamatani, and their titles; both those available in English, and Japanese only. Whether its the fast-paced action of Nabari no Ou, the captivating care of growing up in Shonen Note, or the brilliantly nuanced and inclusive LGBT series Our Dreams at Dusk, Kamatani's works have ca…
 
This month we're talking about manga that is released as a single volume! Including, but not limited to, short story collections, anthologies, and one-and-done narratives. Why are these books brought to English, and how well do they do? Are short books able to rival their longer counterparts? Hear our thoughts! Follow Ray on her channel Whimsical P…
 
Summer means sports---and it was supposed to mean the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics! Fortunately, whilst real-life athletic events have had to be put on hold, we can still dive into the passionate world of sports manga. From the recent flux of shonen heavy-hitters, to the original post-war classics, this fun and diverse genre only seems to grow …
 
We take a break from the politics to get educated on COVID-19 by infectious disease specialist Dr Karyn Moshal, from Great Ormond Street Hospital. This guide goes from basic questions like "how is it different to flu?", to why BAME people seem to be more susceptible. Here's an explainer with a real expert, for once.…
 
This month we're celebrating Pride Month by talking about the wide breadth of LGBT manga available in English and otherwise, and how the genre has diversified over time. Also, in support of the current protests and BLM efforts, please consider supporting some of these important causes: • Community bail fund directory • list of petitions to sign to …
 
This month we're spotlighting the new-to-print drama Blue Flag! We talk about the good and bad, answer your questions and hopefully encourage YOU to try it. (Please note there are series spoilers after the 25 minute mark) Follow Ray on her channel Whimsical Pictures and Twitter And if you can't get enough of me, Gee, be sure to follow me on Twitter…
 
Alex and Amar cover the tricky subjects of whether its ethical to order from Amazon during the lockdown, whether Sweden's approach is right, and whether the government is fudging testing numbers in the latest episode of your essential lockdown listening.Let's Agree to Disagree による
 
This month we're spotlighting the recently-completed drama-thriller-romance Devils' Line! We talk about our favorite characters, the effectiveness of the themes, and why YOU should read it. CW: pedophilia, rape/sexual assault, gore, child grooming, human experimentation, light BDSM, light body horror, emotional abuse, manipulation, domestic terrori…
 
Whilst the entire world stays inside this month, we're talking about the amazing women of the Year 24 Group!! From Hagio to Aoike, we talk about the incredible impact these mangaka have had on the manga industry and a few of their titles available in English & in Japanese. Let us know if you're reading any of these titles. Follow Ray on her channel…
 
In their first video (available on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuhSBE4vgGtYmoJCWE5XguA/), Alex and Amar discuss Corona virus, shenanigans at the Home Office, the Labour leadership election and Bernie Sanders' improving chances of winning the democratic nomination.Let's Agree to Disagree による
 
Welcome to part two of this love extravaganza!! This month is a time for love, so our topic reflects that with romance manga!! We were also super excited to have two very special guests and relative experts on the topic: MommaLuvsManga and ShaeGeeksOut!! Listen to all the ups and downs of fictional romances (and the manga that feature them) in this…
 
This month is a time for love, so our topic reflects that with romance manga!! We were also super excited to have two very special guests and relative experts on the topic: MommaLuvsManga and ShaeGeeksOut!! Listen to all the ups and downs of fictional romances (and the manga that feature them) in this special Valentine's Day podcast!! Also, keep an…
 
On 31 January 2020, the UK finally left the European Union. Alex and Amar, their work seemingly almost done, guide you through the last moments of the UK's membership of the EU. What is next for the UK? More importantly, what is next for MPVB?Let's Agree to Disagree による
 
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