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Welcome to Breakfast in Beauclair, a global Witcher podcast. Every episode, host Alyssa of GoodMorhen sits with a new guest to discuss Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher Universe. Join our international hanza as we accompany the witcher, Geralt of Rivia, and his destiny, Cirilla of Cintra, on their journeys across The Continent. New episodes every other Thursday.
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This discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3 was recorded in July 2023 prior to the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strikes. Bo from the US and Elora from the Netherlands join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 304 “The Invitation". Very important bits include: Emperor Emhyr’s beliefs, Yennefer’s place within the Brother…
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This discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3 was recorded in July 2023 prior to the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strikes. Emma from the US and Tracie from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 303 “Reunion". Very important bits include: new aspects of Jaskier’s character, Yennefer’s journey to motherhood, the…
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This discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3 was recorded in June 2023 prior to the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strikes. Kyle from the US and Sam from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 302 “Unbound". Very important bits include: Yennefer’s evolving relationship with Ciri, a debate on which Nilfgaardian h…
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This discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3 was recorded in July 2023 prior to the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strikes. Gintare from the UK and Vang from Denmark join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 301 “Shaerrawedd". Very important bits include: Yennefer and Geralt’s evolving relationship, the newly abstract nat…
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This discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3 was recorded in June 2023 and originally released in July prior to the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strikes. Elsa from the UK and James from the US join Alyssa for our pre-premiere discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3. Very important bits include: our standout moments from Season 1 and 2, …
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Anita Sarna and Karolina Krupecka from Witcher Kitchen join Alyssa to discuss their debut book, ‘The Witcher Official Cookbook: Provisions, Fare, and Culinary Tales from Travels Across the Continent’. Very important bits include: the origin of their new work, collaborating with CD Projeckt Red and their publisher, Ten Speed Press, the highs and low…
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This chapter of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt and this episode of the podcast contain discussions of violence and sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. Kade from the US and Matthew from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt, Chapter 7. Very important bits include: the ominous close of the nov…
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Gabriela from Poland and Kája from the Czech Republic join Alyssa for our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt, Chapter 6. Very important bits include: how Ciri’s trial in the desert transforms her, the importance of her loved ones, Little Horse, dialects in translations, and her Time of Contempt. [0:00] Cold Open [0:21] Introduction …
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Cyprian from Berlin and Štěpán from the Czech Republic join Alyssa for our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt, Chapter 5. Very important bits include: new insight into the Czech translation of the Witcher, parallels between the second Nilfgaardian war and our modern military history, Geralt’s evolving perspective on neutrality, vign…
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Nicola from Italy and Ruark from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt, Chapter 4. Very important bits include: using action to tell a story, the reasons behind an act of mercy, the role of prophecy in the Witcher, and Geralt’s Himbo Origin Story. [0:00] Cold Open [1:00] Introduction [2:11] Guest Introduction…
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Alycia from France and Sarah A. from the UK join Alyssa for our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt, Chapter 3. Very important bits include: Geralt and Yennefer’s atypical relationship, the role of sorcerers on the Continent, Sapkowski’s framing narratives, and Watership Down. [00:00] Cold Open [00:51] Introduction [1:59] Guest Intro…
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Allison from the US and Liv from Brazil join Alyssa for our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt, Chapter 2. Very important bits include: Ciri’s coming of age, some of the most memorable excerpts from the series, shades of femininity in The Witcher, and “Dolish Ponuts”. [00:00] Cold Open [1:46] Introduction [3:38] Guest Introduction […
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John aka Softie from the UK joins Alyssa for our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Time of Contempt, Chapter 1. Very important bits include: the life and times of a royal messenger, sly historical references, and the correct way to wear a squirrel’s tail. [00:00] Cold Open [01:23] Introduction [03:20] Guest Introduction [08:47] Chapter 1 Recap [11:…
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Due to the emerging guidelines for creators and influencers about the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, I am making the decision to pause on any active promotion of the Netflix show on the podcast feed and social media channels until the strike is over. Breakfast in Beauclair will release episodes on Netflix's The Witcher Season 3 after the strike. In the…
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Elsa from the UK and James from the US join Alyssa for our pre-premiere discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3. Very important bits include: our standout moments from Season 1 and 2, our characters to watch, and our wildest Season 3 predictions. [00:00] Cold Open [01:24] Introduction [04:37] Guest Introductions [10:40] Standout Moments from S…
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This episode of ‘Breakfast in Beauclair’ is sponsored by Lengthy Tangent and our debut audio fiction series, ‘Peculiar Radio.’ Support the ‘Peculiar Radio’ crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo now through May 2023 and listen to the podcast when it premieres this year. Doug Cockle from CD Projekt Red’s ‘The Witcher’ video games and Peter Kenny from ‘T…
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Danny from the US and Lucie from London join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher: Blood Origin Episode 104 "Of Mages, Malice, and Monstrous Mayhem". Very important bits include: the thesis of ‘Blood Origin’, the public reception to the show, how Ithlinne’s prophecy has come to pass, how ‘Blood Origin’ expands the Witcher Universe, an…
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Michelle from Mexico and Vang from Denmark join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher: Blood Origin Episode 103 "Of Warriors, Wakes, and Wondrous Worlds". Very important bits include: our episode highlights and critiques, whether or not history is destined to repeat itself, pre-Conjunction magic versus Chaos magic, how ‘Blood Origin’s’…
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Merete from the US and Mindy from the StoryTinker join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher: Blood Origin Episode 102 "Of Dreams, Defiance, and Desperate Deeds". Very important bits include: How the worldview of each character affects their actions and decisions, the elven social hierarchy, symbolism within costuming and visuals, and …
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Ben from the US and John aka Softie from the UK join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher: Blood Origin Episode 101 “Of Ballads, Brawlers, and Bloodied Blades”. Very important bits include: our standouts and critiques, how the framing narrative eases the viewer into the prequel, pre-Conjunction Elven architecture, the early journey of…
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In this special conversation, Lars from WitcherFlix joins Alyssa to discuss ‘The Witcher’ Seasons 2 and 3, ‘The Witcher: Blood Origin’, and the future of the Witcher at Netflix. Very important bits include: the highs and lows of Season 2 and look ahead to Season 3; our predictions and questions for the upcoming limited series, ‘Blood Origin’; the s…
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Mitch Fey from the US and Rob Pigott from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 208 “Family”. Very important bits include: the evolution of Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri throughout the season, Yennefer’s ‘Spider-Man 2’ arc, our opinions on the Voleth Meir plotline and its purpose in the story, the changes we would have…
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Mitch Fey from the US and Rob Pigott from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 208 “Family”. Very important bits include: the challenges of translating from book to script to screen, how each faction across the Continent turns against Ciri, a punishment of biblical proportions, Yennefer’s willing sacrifice, specula…
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Mitch Fey from the US and Rob Pigott from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 208 “Family”. Very important bits include: catching up on their work in the film and game industries since their appearances three years ago, Ciri confronting the loss of her home and family while trapped in a dreamscape, Ciri/Voleth Mei…
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Allison from the US and Bo from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 207 “Voleth Meir”. Very important bits include: Yennfer’s realization of Ciri’s potential and her change of heart, Vilgefortz’s unnerving personality change, Fingilla’s slow isolation and consequent outburst, using primordial magic for everyday pr…
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Allison from the US and Bo from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 207 “Voleth Meir”. Very important bits include: Ciri’s deadly consequences for the people of the Continent, the willingness to hope, how Cahir’s return to Cintra and Francesca’s seeming abandonment change Fringilla, Voleth Meir’s hand in elven gen…
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Charli from Austria and Kim from Germany join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 206 “Dear Friend”. Very important bits include: how the birth of the elven baby will change the alliance between the elves and Nilfgaard, how resentment poisons the self rather than harming the object of resentment, Lara Dorren—and consequently,…
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Charli from Austria and Kim from Germany join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 206 “Dear Friend”. Very important bits include: ‘The Aard Incident’, parallels to the 2001 Polish series, ‘The Hexer’, becoming the only human in a Muppet noir, what Cahir’s bathrobe tells us, the history of wooden training swords. and the prope…
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Charli from Austria and Kim from Germany join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 206 “Dear Friend”. Very important bits include: the fantasy books we’d like to see adapted, the religion and Temple of Melitele, Geralt’s (maybe unhelpful) words of affirmation, Rience’s cross-Continent zoomies, and this Roach’s probable age. Pl…
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In this bonus episode of Breakfast in Beauclair, Alex Berner from Pocket Bard, the composer of Breakfast in Beauclair, joins Alyssa to discuss the music behind the podcast—from corporate holiday to trap to beachy hippy camper van. The full episode transcript, show notes, merchandise store, and access to our social platforms are available at breakfa…
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James from the US and Robin from the Netherlands join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 205 “Turn Your Back”. Very important bits include: An exploration of femininity and the breadth of women in the Witcher, how the score underlines the themes of the show, deconstructing both the narrative and character reasonings behind t…
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James from the US and Robin from the Netherlands join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 205 “Turn Your Back”. Very important bits include: the introduction of new antagonists, flipped perspectives, fresh combinations of characters, the importance of building trust between actors, a deep dive into the Elder Blood plotline, s…
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Dallas Wheatley from the US and Emma Sherr-Ziarko from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 204 “Redanian Intelligence”. Very important bits include: how cinematography enhances the storytelling, furthering the plot versus furthering the story, meta dialogue in both the show and books, deciphering the Continent’s p…
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Dallas Wheatley from the US and Emma Sherr-Ziarko from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 204 “Redanian Intelligence”. Very important bits include: story and character comparisons to Blood of Elves, the dynamic of Geralt and Yennefer’s relationship and the space between them, the expanding Witcher Universe, Cahir…
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Dallas Wheatley from the US and Emma Sherr-Ziarko from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 204 “Redanian Intelligence”. Very important bits include: Emma pairs the Witcher with wine, an introduction to the world of audio fiction, practical v. CGI effects, comparisons between the show and Chapter 2 of Blood of Elve…
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In this bonus episode of Breakfast in Beauclair, Elora from the Netherlands and Kyle from the US join Alyssa for The Quiz of Surprise, in which guests of the podcast go head-to-head in trivia on the episode we literally just discussed. Find out who wins in this bonus episode and catch other episodes on the Breakfast in Beauclair patreon! The full e…
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Elora from the Netherlands and Kyle from the US, join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 203 “What is Lost”. Very important bits include: Yennefer’s stroll through the Tall Grass of Aretuza, parallels between Vesemir and Eskel and Tissaia and Yennefer, the most famous quality of trees, Face Acting!, and my secret conspiracy …
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Elora from the Netherlands and Kyle from the US join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 203 “What Is Lost”. Very important bits include: Elora’s Visual Analysis Corner, primal human fears, The Pendulum in the Netflix series versus our Pendulum in The Hanza Discord, how much Stregobor just sucks, what makes a good villain, an…
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David from WhibbsGames and Tracie, Miss Magitek, join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 202 “Kaer Morhen”. Very important bits include: Eskel and the infamous leshy fight; Baba Yaga and the magic number 3; successful examples of special effects, practical effects, and editing; themes of figures, dreams, longing, faith, devo…
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David from WhibbsGames and Tracie, Miss Magitek, join Alyssa for our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 202 "Kaer Morhen". Very important bits include: TTRPGs and card games, shared dreams, parallels from The Witcher to our own lived experiences, the history of elves on the Continent, Geralt’s approach to fatherhood, speculation as to why …
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Charlotte from Vengerberg Glamarye and Elsa from France join Alyssa for Part 2 of our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 201 “A Grain of Truth”. Very important bits include: the connections Ciri makes to the “monsters” of the manor and monster as metaphor, Yennefer’s characterization in Season 2, foreshadowing with literal shadows and the …
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Charlotte from Vengerberg Glamarye and Elsa from France join Alyssa for Part 1 of our discussion of Netflix’s The Witcher Episode 201 “A Grain of Truth”. Very important bits include: the role of a script editor, the parental relationships between Yennefer & Tissaia and Ciri & Geralt, comparisons to Sapkowski’s short story, “the ancient art of bucke…
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Rob, TheUndeadGamr, and Piotr from Witcher School join Alyssa for Part 2 of our discussion of Netflix’s anime spin-off film, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. Very important bits include: the depiction of The Trial of the Grasses in both the film as well as at Witcher School LARP in Poland, Tetra’s Mean Girls moment, the consequences of mutagenic…
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Rob, TheUndeadGamr, and Piotr from Witcher School join Alyssa for Part 1 of our discussion of Netflix’s anime spin-off film, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. Very important bits include: The Witcher in animation, station and the desire for ‘something more’, changes from the existing lore of the Witcher, narrative storytelling in VR, Witcher Mons…
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Breakfast in Beauclair will return on Thursday, February 3, 2022! Sarah A. from the UK and Alycia from France join Alyssa for Part 2 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 7. Very important bits include: the strength and softness that Yennefer and Ciri bring out in each other; magic as chaos, art, and s…
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Sarah A. from the UK and Alycia from France join Alyssa for Part 1 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 7. Very important bits include: a joyous reunion between long-lost twins, Ciri’s newest influence and her adoptive identity as a sorceress, war as a lived experience versus as historical record, Yen…
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Garrison from the US and Daniel from the Netherlands join Alyssa for Part 3 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 6. Very important bits include: all the questions that readers should be asking at this point in the series, our first introduction to Tissaia de Vries and Vilgefortz of Roggeveen in the bo…
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Garrison from the US and Daniel from the Netherlands join Alyssa for Part 2 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 6. Very important bits include: fast traveling across the Continent; the musings of an emperor; military tactics, propaganda, and Do-It-Yourself Justice; Big Reveals with a Capital B; The S…
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Garrison from the US and Daniel from the Netherlands join Alyssa for Part 1 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 6. Very important bits include: Nicodemus de Boot’s condemnation of murder regardless of motive or circumstance; Northern displays of strength; historical parallels to kingdoms, empires, an…
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Josh from The Pod Called Quest and Erick Schwartz from the US join Alyssa for Part 2 of our discussion of Andrzej Sapkowski’s first Witcher novel Blood of Elves, Chapter 5. Very important bits include: How Oxenfurt is really just a fantasy Ivy League, one of the most delightful character descriptions from the series, methods of manipulation, Drunk …
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