Play almost any podcast with this great skill. AnyPod let's you subscribe to all your favourite podcasts, lines them all up in a handy digital row, and then let's you sit back and listen with the smile of a frude who really knows where his towel is (don't ask me why I went off into H2G2 territory there - absolutely no idea...)
Today's episode is somewhat niche in the same way that a Raisin and Biscuit Yorkie is somewhat tasty. If you're not into, say, humour on the topic of binary numbers or the more hilarious aspects of inheritance in object-oriented languages then you may want to avoid this one like you would an infinitely-long shower and shampoo session with a perpetually pragmatic programmer.
If you love Geordie (I'm a bit biased as I love a Geordie), or if you're ever planning a trip to, say, Durham Castle where they filmed some of the Harry Potter movies and you want to understand the locals then this is the skill for you.
Today we look at a couple of new ways of asking Alexa for new stuff she can do and then finish off with a tasty skill called Meal Ideas which serves up, er, meal ideas. It pretty much does what it says on the tin. There may even be some tins involved - it really depends upon what the mysterious ingredient 'Half and Half' comes in....
Two quizzes that will leave you gasping in disbelief at just how little I know about, well, anything really - but most specifically today about anything to do with films old and new. They're good skills so don't let that put you off too much.
I bring today's episode to you with a twisted anckle. Actually, not at the beginning of the episode but from around a minute and a half in. Don't ask - just listen to today's instalment which is all about a groovy skill which brings us audio described old time movies for your aural enjoyment.