Second of His Name

We've just watched Season 1 Episode 3 of House of the Dragon and we really need to talk about it! This week, Jamie East and Chris Mandle are joined by Ian Beattie, who of course played Meryn Trant in Game of Thrones, along with starring in Dr Who, Line of Duty and who can forget, Space Truckers…            This week we tackle the first big battle scene for House of the Dragon as Daemon and Corlys face off against the Crabfeeder  Plus we talk Miguel Sapochnik’s departure at the end of Season 1 and how much we might miss his genius… Don’t forget - House of the Dragon airs exclusively on Sky Atlantic at 2am every Monday, then repeats that same evening at 9pm. You can also get it on Demand via NOW. If you’d like to get involved in the podcast - just head over to twitter @dragoncast_pod or email dragoncast@daftdoris.com and leave us your Easter eggs, predictions and thoughts on the show. You can also WATCH this episode over on our YouTube channel - just search for "Dragoncast Jamie East". Any support, whether it’s a follow, share, tattoo on your backside, is much appreciated. Dragoncast is hosted by Jamie East along with the genius of Chris Mandle/Produced by Connor DriscollEdited by Buddy PeaceAnd is a Daft Doris Production - Dracarys. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Dragoncast is the chart-topping podcast series dedicated to the Sky Exclusive Game of Thrones prequel - House of the Dragon. Hosted by Thronecast's Jamie East alongside regular visits from Thronecast host and all around legend Sue Perkins - all aided and abetted by Game of Thrones Ninja Chris Mandle - Dragoncast is a weekly breakdown of each episode along with passionate discussion around theories, plots, deaths and dragons. We'll be talking fan theories and what it all means for Westeros with a host of extra special guests - and each episode will go live right after Sky's premiere on Monday nights. We know you love all things Thrones as much as we do, and as well as being here to analyse everything that happens - we’d also love to hear what you think - email us dragoncast@daftdoris.com or follow us on twitter @dragoncast_podSubscribe right now - and don't miss this - it's gong to be fiery! Dragoncast is a Daft Doris Production Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.