Episode 34: Thanksgiving Special

Thanksgiving in Rwanda

In this holiday special episode of BTTT, Diana tells the story of Thanksgiving in Rwanda. From cooking nightmares, to butter debates, to special family memories, this is the tale of celebrating Thanksgiving in the unlikeliest of places.

Episode 33: An Homage to Kevin


We're meta now. A podcast talking about podcasts, who would've thunk it? Anyways we like podcasts and we've all learned a lot about podcasts since starting this adventure. We want to share that knowledge with you. This episode serves as a tribute to Kevin. He's not dead or anything he just likes the attention.

Episode 32: Fantasy Football

D&D: A Tale of Zharki Raistu

This week the BTTT gang abandoned Carter and Scott in their hour of need. So, they decided to play Dungeons and Dragons instead. Come listen to a tale of wild adventure; a tale with spying, inappropriate winking, and literally burning down a house. Carter's the dungeon master and Zharki's just along for the ride.

Episode 31: Viciously Murking Bugs

Spooky Stories

This week Kaitlyn buckles in as Ian and Diana bring their favorite spooky stories for Halloween, the most beloved of holidays in this fine autumn month. We're talking ghosts, we're talking creatures, we're talking all the good stories we grew up listening to and loving. List of stories: Bunnyman, Richmond Vampires, Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, La Llorona, and the Female Stranger.

Episode 30: Theology of Sandwiches

Crispy Leaf Hunting Season

Carter, the bravest member of the BTTT cast, braves flood waters and rising tides to bring you this most important episode of Brought to the Table. He daringly records during a thunderstorm threatening both his power and his internet just so you, our dear listener, can hear his hot takes on Fall and its many wonders. Scott and Kaitlyn are cowardly and do not have to brave the elements to record this episode.

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.