June 21, 2019 9:01 am
In a world so uncertain, it’s eerie how prophetic some writers can be when it comes to forecasting the future. Fiction Predictions explores the books, TV shows, and movies from the past that predicted the world we live in today. Fiction Predictions is a Mashable podcast created and hosted by Nikolay Nikolov and Sam Haysom.
Like ‘1984’, ‘Catch 22’ is one of those books that’s become a part of our everyday language.
But when it comes to contemporary society, what exactly did Joseph Heller’s famous satire predict?
This is the question we attempt to unravel in the final episode of our first season. Helping us are three guests: Business Insider reporter Isobel Hamilton; her father, the legendary writer/comedian Andy Hamilton; and Guardian journalist Amelia Gentleman.
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Catch 22 in 2019 (ft. Andy Hamilton)2 years ago
Neil Gaiman on 'Good Omens'2 years ago
1984 in 2019, Part II2 years ago
Podcast Special: "We are all handmaids now"2 years ago
1984 in 2019, Part I2 years ago
How 'The Simpsons' predicted the cacophony of American politics2 years ago
The novel that predicted the sinking of the Titanic2 years ago
How Stephen Merchant’s comedies predicted two existential crises we face today2 years ago
The 18th century prison that predicted the rise of our global surveillance society2 years ago
The 1979 Stephen King novel that predicted Donald Trump's rise2 years ago