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A weekly podcast with film critic Mark Kermode with a series of different elements including: a podcast version of MK3D - the live show he does every month at BFI Southbank which includes movie guests and questions from the audience, Head to Head with Jack Howard in which they argue about the merits or otherwise of classic and contemporary films, 2001 Films You Must See Before You Die, Hell's Video Store plus Movie Time Travel - where Mark visits a famous film location.
 
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films. https://twitter.com/soundtrackinguk https://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/ https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwi ...
 
This is Nothing Concrete, the Barbican podcast - here to inspire more people to discover and love the arts with weekly episodes of archive finds and themed series exploring music, cinema, visual art, theatre, architecture and everything in between. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Listen now to 2000 AD's award-winning official podcast - the 2000 AD Thrill-Cast! Beamed direct from the Nerve Centre of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, every fortnight publicity droid Molch-R interviews some of the world's greatest comics creators, welcomes special guests, gives you exclusive announcements and the chance to win zarjaz prizes - plus so much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or download on Soundcloud and Podomatic.
 
Kyran Wheatley and his celebrity guest see just how badly they go doing one of the more difficult weekly quizzes from the weekend paper - with the trusty assistance of the assembled brains trust; two comedians in character. Play along by buying our favourite paper, The Saturday Paper, from here: https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/wax-quizzical. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Mark and Simon’s guest is Luke Wilson, who stars in depression-era sports drama 12 Mighty Orphans. Plus we have reviews of Mandibles, about simple-minded friends Jean-Gab and Manu who find a giant fly trapped in the boot of a car, and decide to train it in the hope of making their fortune; Fauci, a glimpse into the life of infectious disease specia…
 
Join Neil Gregory & David Llong as they delve into all things Tv, Film and general geekery! In this episode will David splooge himself over the Wheel of Time trailer, We give our full spoiler thoughts on Shang-Chi & Neil frantically tries to get some of the songs from Annette out of his head but is the film terrible or genius? Find out in our non-s…
 
This week, we have a special guest episode from the Autism Through Cinema podcast. David Hartley, Georgia Bradburn, John-James Laidlow, and Ethan Lyon look back on the films they’ve featured so far and discuss everything from autistic characters on screen to how filmmakers can make film sets more inclusive to whether there’s an autistic aesthetic f…
 
This week comedian Emma Holland is back to try and beat her former score of 3/10 facing questions from The Saturday Paper Quiz about expensive art, football stadiums, ballet and other smart people things. She's helped by this week's Brains Trust, Sheena and Clarence: the Two Sea Witches Sisters (Hot Department). Hosted by Kyran Wheatley. The Leader…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is a producer and director who has worked extensively in theatre and film, most famously (in cinematic terms, at least) on Mamma Mia and The Iron Lady, which saw Meryl Streep win an Oscar for best actress. Phyllida Lloyd's latest offering is Herself. Written by and starring Clare Dunne, Herself tells the story of S…
 
Mark and Simon’s guest is Jennifer Hudson, who talks to us about her role as Aretha Franklin in Respect, which tells the story of the icon’s career from a child singing in her father's church's choir, to her international superstardom.Plus we have reviews of Herself, Phyllida Lloyd’s film about a young mother who escapes her abusive husband and fig…
 
Ruth Wilson stars in Venice movie True Things, discussing the benefits of an intimacy advisor and the perils of love. Rounding up the big movies at Venice 78, I look at the awards contenders jostling for the spotlight and re-examine British classic The Servant. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week, Ben Eshmade takes us back in our cinema archive to revisit 2014 when we clambered on to a branch to reflect on existence, with the unique cinematic voice of director Roy Andersson in the black comedy-drama, 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence'. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music…
 
This week Jan Fran takes a short break from dispelling and dissecting misinformation on ABC TV's Question Everything to have a go at the Quiz from the Saturday Paper. She's helped by the Brains Trust - a preacher from the deep south of the USA, The Reverend Hol E Christ (Damien Warren-Smith), and an innocent Rhys Nicholson from December 2019, who i…
 
Abbey Road special. Mark talks to Mirek Stiles about the incredible history of film music at this iconic studio This episode of Kermode on Film is made in partnership with Scala Radio, the classical music station where every Saturday at 1pm, Mark presents two hours of the most varied movie music. You can listen to Mark’s show on your digital radio,…
 
We've been wanting to put out this latest episode of Soundtracking for some time now, featuring as it does two people who were instrumental in bringing us Black Widow. First up is our old pal Lorne Balfe, returning to the podcast for a third time to discuss his excellent score for the film. Then we'll bring you a chat Edith had with director Cate S…
 
Mark and Simon’s guests are director Phyllida Lloyd and producer Sharon Horgan, who talk about their new film Herself, about a young mother who escapes her abusive husband and fights back against a broken housing system. Mark reviews Leos Carax’s collaboration with Ron and Russell Mael of Sparks, Annette; Misha and the Wolves, the story of a woman …
 
Director Paul Weiland tells how he turned the nightmare of his own Bar Mitzvah clashing with England's 1966 World Cup Final into much-loved, belated hit comedy Sixty Six; and I'm on the Lido with the first reviews from the 78th Venice Film Festival. Music bt Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We look back to February 2016 to spend some time the company of the prestigious Jazz at Lincoln Centre Orchestra during the fourth year of their international associate residency when they performed the music of Wayne Shorter, George Gershwin and hosted an evening celebrating the next generation of jazz. From the Archive sees us dig into our extens…
 
Comedian Sami Shah is back to try and beat his previous score of 5/10. Sami is helped this week by the Brains Trust of Bondelle the train driver, film and TV extra (Michelle Brasier) who has been stuck in Melbourne since her appearance at the Comedy Festival, along with Blake the cool camp counsellor (Clare Cavanagh). Hosted by Kyran Wheatley. The …
 
Our latest guest is a composer who has been on the podcast before, but is appearing by herself for the first time. Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch joined me, Carly Paradis and Amelia Warner for a very special Soundtracking Live at the BFI back in June 2019. In this episode, she's here to discuss her work on Censor, a smart, scary British horror which is…
 
Actor Rufus Jones guest presents this week alongside regular supersub Anna Bogutskaya. Anna reviews Candyman, which is a direct sequel to the 1992 horror Candyman; Our Ladies, about a group of Catholic schoolgirls in 1990s Scotland; The Nest, starring Jude’Law, about an entrepreneur and his American family whose life begins to take a twisted turn a…
 
Scottish director Michael Caton-Jones talks about his latest film Our Ladies, his memories of Scandal and his Hollywood career with Bruce Willis, De Niro and Sharon Stone in a fascinating interview that also takes in Lee Marvin, The Seven Samurai and Monument Valley. I review The Nest, The Last Bus and The Toll and trumpet the doc I made at Green M…
 
Whats this??? A 2nd episode in two weeks!? Yes, Neil will be on holiday next week so we recorded next weeks episode this week, after all as devout Back to the Future fans its easy to time travel! We dig into our theories and rampant speculation on the Spiderman:No Way Home & The Eternals trailers, Neil discusses Starzlay new wrestling tv drama Heel…
 
Subscribe to the 2000 AD weekly newsletter: www.2000ad.com/newsletter Subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on Spotify: spoti.fi/2Six37I Subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/3wOvX1z Welcome to the sunlit uplands of the seventy-fourth episode of The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast Lockdown Tapes! On this episode of the Galaxy’s Greatest Podcast we ta…
 
We're back in July 2016 to revist Possibly Colliding, a weekend curated by composer and pianist, Nils Frahm. In this special hour-long episode, you'll hear from a selection of those orbiting artists in the field of music, art and film who appeared in this unique weekend at the Barbican. Featuring interviews with AMBIQ, Nik Bartsch, Arthur Jeffes, L…
 
Comedian John Hastings joins us from Los Angeles to attempt the weekend quiz with Host Kyran Wheatley. John is helped this week by the Brains Trust: Murray (Ben Russell) a tiny man that you may have heard on The Grub podcast, and the mosquito in your room at 3am (Laura Hart). The Leaderboard: * Tim Hewitt 10/10 * Vidya Rajan 8/10 * Rob Mills 8/10 *…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is an Italian screenwriter and director who is absolutely charming company - and super-talented to boot. Ferdinando Cito Filomarino - or Ferdy for short! - has collaborated multiple times with former guest on this show, Luca Guadagnino, and also brought us a couple of feature films of his own. The latest of these i…
 
Ali and Robbie interview the cast of Kurupt FM about the new documentary, following their ill-fated trip to Tokyo - People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan. Ali also talks to the star and director of new horror chiller, Censor - Niamh Algar and Prano Bailey-Bond. The film follows the story of Enid, a British film censor, who links a disturbing horror …
 
Welcome to the skysurfing seventy-third episode of The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast Lockdown Tapes! The teenage wallscrawler who became a tearaway skysurfer hits his fortieth anniversary this year and three creators behind his most recent appearances come together to discuss the changing face of Chopper. Writer David M Barnett and artist Nick Roche are the …
 
In this weeks episode we take a speed run through news that Amazon is moving its Lord of the Rings show from New Zealand to the UK. We give our verdict on the Y:The Last Man trailer and speculate wildly from the new trailer for Mike Flanagans Midnight Mass. David finally watches The Handmaids Tale while Neil finally watches Misfits and Neil gives h…
 
This week, Ben Eshmade digs another episode from his archive, remembering the time in April 2018 when Thurston Moore led an orchestra of twelve string guitarists and sonic dreamers in a symphony to the earth and the stars. Taking inspiration from a poem by Sun Ra – ex-Sonic Youth musician and singer Thurston Moore brought together himself and eleve…
 
Myf Warhurst takes a moment from recording Bang On podcast to have a go at the weekend quiz, with the help of this week's Brains Trust: Hildreth Vixen Trout - Bronze medallist in the 1992 K9wealth Games for Dog Equestrian (Cal Wilson) and Shelly Anne Smore - Edutainer (Clare Hooper), and of course with host Kyran Wheatley. The Leaderboard: * Tim He…
 
Ali and Robbie’s guest this week is Ryan Reynolds, who talks about his role as a bank cashier who discovers that he's actually inside a brutal, open world video game in Free Guy. Robbie and Ali also review Benedict Cumberbatch in The Courier, about Cold War spy Greville Wynne trying to put an end to the Cuban Missile Crisis; Coda, about Ruby, who i…
 
Our latest guest on soundtracking is an artist whose name has featured numerous times on Soundtracking, such is his stock in the world of film composition. Tyler Bates is the former lead guitarist for Marilyn Manson - but has, since the early 2000s, focussed the majority of his attention on movie scoring, working on projects like John Wick, Guardia…
 
A major exclusive as Johnny Depp joins me in his only UK broadcast interview to discuss what’s next for his career, his music and his latest performance as Life photographer Eugene Smith in Minimata. I also preview my first festival line-up for the Cinedrome at Green Man Festival. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out…
 
On this week’s archive edition, we step into a bleak gloopy bubble of dangerous darkness and relive the terrifying sci-fi drama, Under the Skin. Ben Eshmade speaks to Jonathan Glazer, back in 2013... From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussion…
 
Alex Dyson steps away from Matt & Alex for enough time to have a go at the weekend quiz, with the help of this week's Brains Trust: Ushka the Polka Hunting Dog (Susie Youssef) and our host Kyran Wheatley and Rhys Nichoplsons dog Hopkins (Rhys Nicholson). The Leaderboard: * Tim Hewitt 10/10 * Vidya Rajan 8/10 * Rob Mills 8/10 * Prue Blake 8/10 * Ger…
 
Edith Bowman and Anna Bogutskaya are joined by Felicity Jones, who talks about her new film, romantic drama The Last Letter from Your Lover, in which she stars alongside Shailene Woodley. Anna reviews drama Profile, in which an undercover journalist infiltrates the online propaganda channels of the so-called Islamic State; Stillwater, which stars M…
 
We're 5 years old this week - hurrah!!! - and to celebrate our birthday, we thought we thought we'd go back to where it all began by speaking to Ben Wheatley, who appeared in the very first episode of Soundtracking and returns (appropriately enough) for a fifth time. Ben joined us with his longtime producer Andy Starke to discuss their film In The …
 
For my 50th episode, multi-million selling novelist Jojo Moyes joins me to talk about the film adaptation of The Last Letter From Your Lover and the films that have influenced her chart-topping romances, from Wong Kar Wai to The Black Stallion. I also review The Most Beautiful Boy in the World and Night of the Kings. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acas…
 
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