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LONDON - The PodGOATs world tour resumes with a favorite desitination: London. The city dates back to Roman times. It had a major facelift by the French about a thousand years ago. And those people didn't always talk that way.
SERIAL KILLERS - Not much of anything is as creepy as a serial killer. Turns out they have a lot of traits in common. Looks like we'd see them coming. Phil and Campbell Valentine talk about some of the most notorious serial killers in history.
TECHNOLOGY - We love it. We hate it. It makes our lives so much easier. It makes them so much more complicated. Phil and Campbell Valentine talk tech. Where we've come from, where we're going. And the frightening prospects that may await us in the not-too-distant future.
MISTAKES - Mistakes are supposed to be bad and some are. Phil and Campbell talk about some of the biggest blunders in history. But some mistakes turn out great. The GOATs also explore everyday things we take for granted that were actually mistakes.
'50s - Few decades are as pivotal as the 1950s. It's almost like the last decade of innocence before America grew up. So much changed in the '50s in technology and innovation. The biggest change was in music. Phil and Campbell Valentine remember the '50s.
Millennials get a bad rap. Their baby boomer parents are often accused of not understanding them. Not the case with Phil and Campbell Valentine. Phil's the dad. Campbell's the son. They bridge the gap between boomers and millennials with thought-provoking and hilarious discussions on everything from what we would possibly do if the grid went down to spies to the top historical events that changed the world to even religion. Their interests are broad. Sometimes similar, oftentimes different. They both bring their own generation's take to the table.
Phil Valentine is an award-winning broadcaster, author, movie producer, and screenwriter. His son, Campbell Valentine, holds a bachelor's degree in English. He's an accomplished writer and artist. The dynamic between this father-and-son duo is something you won't find anywhere else. These guys really are the GOATs.