Episode 39: You Don't Have to Say Wink

D&D: Round #2

This week the BTTT gang brings you another riveting session of Dungeons & Dragons. Ian shows off his Dungeon Master skills while Carter, Diana, and Scott try their best to infuriate him. Tune in to see if the party makes it to the end!

Episode 38: Calzones

Media Review of 2018

This time we talk about all the media (movies, tv shows, music, video games, etc.) of 2018 that we liked, didn't like and we discover the Scott is in fact an actual hermit who only occasionally comes out of his hut. Also Ian doesn't remember that he actually saw things during 2018. What was 2018? A year that had media. Links to the things we talked about that you can purchase or easily consume in the description on our website.

Episode 37: A Tale of Two More Cities

Boston, MA & Washington, DC

Carter and Ian had their turn. Scott and Diana got jealous and now they want to talk about the places they live. Sorry it's a bit late y'all! Sometimes that's just how it is.

Episode 36: A Tale of Two Cities

Richmond, VA & Blacksburg, VA

Ian and Carter are here to give us a brief and mostly inaccurate overview of two cities in Virginia. But they live in those places and love them so let's hear them out.

Episode 35: Won't my Hands Explode?


This week, Carter, Diana, and Ian get together to talk about a hobby of theirs: putting things together with tiny strands of fabric. Learn about random yarn history facts, yarnwork in the media, and a fun story about how knitters don't put up with any nonsense. Scott tags along for the ride and provides crucial mathematical insights.

Brought to the Table is a podcast made by friends who like to enjoy things and learn about things together. As a group they discuss a wide range of topics that cover fields of science, engineering, music, video games, and other neat stuff. Diana Schulberg, Ian Walker, Carter VanHuss, Kaitlyn Phillips, and Scott Pruett have known each other for years and are still finding new things that they can talk about and learn about together. The BTTT squad always appreciates email comments, questions, and suggestions of your own to broughttothetable@gmail.com.