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The Vegas Circle is an American podcast based in Las Vegas hosted by Co-Founder Paki Phillips (Chicago Native) and Co-Founder Chris Smith (Detroit Native). In July 2018, Vegas Circle Podcast was established to interview people with organic stories that are pushing the culture forward in Las Vegas and around the world. Their podcast has featured notable guests such as Global Keynote Speaker Nick Santonastasso, NFL Legend/Hall of Fame Candidate Steven Jackson, Wellness Coach Kelley Fertitta- N ...
 
In 2015, Phil completed his underground wine cellar at his 1929-built Nashville estate. Filled with cocktail favorites, candles and, what else, a piano, the cellar quickly became his favorite place to write, play and hang out with friends. The environment inspired his idea to create a series with his talented friends. Songs from the Cellar was born! SFTC will feature artists, songwriters, entertainers, athletes, comedians and wine enthusiasts will be guests on the show. Each episode will spo ...
 
Multi-instrumental - Live Dance act - Producers Bookings: bookings@goldfishlive.com US / Worldwide | Ben Hogan | Circle Talent Agency South Africa | Raymond Bloom | Afterhours Management: Jay Rogovin | jay@kompassmg.com Catch us on tour: http://www.goldfishlive.com The secret is officially out. An electronic duo from the Southern-most tip of Africa have gone from one of Dance Music’s best kept secrets to an act tipped by industry tastemakers as the band to watch this year. Their genre-defyin ...
 
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Join your tour guides Stan Solo, Jason Thomason and Justin Clark as they discuss and share what they think and hope will be announced at this year's D23. Plus the S.E.A. needs more representation in the Parks, why is Aeromsith in the 1940's, Disneyland's Tomorrowland is Yesterland, Mary Poppins NEEDS an attraction, Dreamfinder and Figment should be…
 
Paki & Chris invite NASCAR Driver and Owner of Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix @lasvegasminigrandprix (Taylor Barton) @realtaylorbarton to join the CIRCLE for Episode 96. 📺Click the LINK in BIO to watch the full Episode at TheVegasCircle.com Also avail on all podcast audio outlets. Taylor’s path to professional racing began at 14 when he won a GO Karts R…
 
Live from Edinburgh, with a review of Alan Cumming's one man show, Burn, which sets out to update the biscuit-tin image of Robert Burns. Plus Counting & Cracking - the epic, multilingual life journey of four generations, from Sri Lanka to Australia. To review the Edinburgh International Festival performances, Kate Molleson is joined by Arusa Quresh…
 
Both journalist Charlotte Higgins and playwright David Greig are fascinated by the Roman occupation of Britain. Higgins’s book Under Another Sky: Journeys in Roman Britain, an account of her travels to the Roman remains scattered about Britain, is really about how we today relate to Roman Britain. It seems an unlikely subject for a play but Greig h…
 
Kate Molleson and guests live from Edinburgh Festival. Comedian and impressionist Matt Forde talks about capturing the essence of political figures in his show Clowns To The Left Of Me, Jokers To The Right.Mezzo Soprano Anne Sofie von Otter performs songs by Rufus Wainwright and Franz Schubert on the eve of her Edinburgh International Festival conc…
 
Nope is the latest film from Oscar-winning writer-director Jordan Peele, whose breakthrough was the critically acclaimed 2017 horror Get Out. Tom Sutcliffe speaks to Jordan about reinventing genre- from black horror to sci-fi-western- and examining the exploitation of black talent in Hollywood's history.When the trombonist Peter Moore plays at the …
 
Join your tour guides Holly Wood Crawford, Stan Solo and Justin Clark as they talk about and share their best tips, tricks and fun finds for the Disney Parks. Plus utilizing the 120 minute rule, staying hydrated is a must, why you should be there an hour before rope drop, mailing your packages home from WDW (everything except alcohol) and more! The…
 
Tom Sutcliffe and guest reviewers Bidisha and Amon Warmann discuss Bullet Train, starring Brad Pitt. It's a vivid mixture of comedy and violence from director David Leitch, and is based on a thriller by Japanese author, Kōtarō Isaka. We also discuss Mohsin Hamid's latest novel, The Last White Man - a fable about what happens when white people's ski…
 
Huw Stephens reports from the National Eisteddfod of Wales in Tregaron, Ceredigion, talking to Archdruid Myrddin ap Dafydd, winner of this year’s Novel Prize Meinir Pierce Jones, and folk singer Owen Shiers. In 1965 the jury recommended that the Pulitzer Prize for Music should be awarded to the jazz composer and band-leader Duke Ellington. But he d…
 
Special Guest Mary T Wells join's your tour guides Kris Banas and Beatrice Denis as they discuss the history, creation of, amenities, fun and the overall greatness that is the Walt Disney World Beach Club Resort and what makes it a true WDW icon. The Grand Circle Tour Podcast is in no way part of, endorsed or authorized by, or affiliated with the W…
 
Disabled-access ticket booking – for concerts, comedy clubs, theatre, festivals, and more. Carolyn Atkinson reports on problems with new initiatives to make access to the arts much easier for disabled people: the big delays to the National Arts Access Card, and inconsistencies in purchasing ‘companion’ tickets.Will Ashon is a novelist and non-ficti…
 
Beyoncé's Renaissance: we discuss Beyoncé's house and disco inspired new album – her first solo material in six years - and her huge significance as an artist and cultural icon. Nick is joined by Jacqueline Springer – curator, music journalist and lecturer- and by the writer and editor Tara Joshi.The Arctic is Don Paterson’s new collection of poems…
 
Join your tour guides Beatrice Denis, Holly Wood Crawford and Kris Banas as they take you to school so you won't be a fool and stay cool in a pool so you don't drool on a stool in the hot Florida sun. Plus did you know there's no indoor pools at WDW, steaming pools and Disney ducks, why adults only spas are the best, what slide is two seconds too l…
 
Paki & Chris invite the Owners of Artisanal Foods @artisanalfoods, Your Panadas Food Truck @yourpanadas and Ghost Unit Kitchen @ghostunitkitchen (Chef Jon @therealchefjon & Jinelle Batista @jinellebatista) to join the CIRCLE for Episode 95. 📺Click the LINK in BIO to watch the full Episode at TheVegasCircle.com Also avail on all podcast audio outlet…
 
Panah Panahi is the son of acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi. Panah's film Hit the Road is a road movie with a difference as a family travel through Iran without acknowledging the real purpose of their trip. It's reviewed by Diane Roberts and Leila Latif. They've also been reading Mercury Pictures Presents by Anthony Marra, a novel set in wa…
 
Sister Act the Musical is returning to the London stage, after two years of Covid delays and thirty years after the much loved Whoopi Goldberg film. Tom Sutcliffe met the stars of the new Hammersmith Apollo production, Beverley Knight who plays singer on the run Deloris and Jennifer Saunders who takes on the role of Mother Superior, to discuss mixi…
 
The Mercury Music and Booker Prize lists - we discuss the albums and books nominated this year for these two major prizes. We're joined by writer and critic Alex Clark, and Ludovico Hunter Tilney, music journalist for the Financial Times, to discuss today's announcements.Queer Britain – the dedicated LGBTQ+ museum, recently opened in London’s King’…
 
Singer and fiddle player Bella Hardy talks about her new album – her tenth – Love Songs, which sees this adventurous musician return to where she began, with the traditional songs she’s known all her life.Thomas Lynch is an American poet with strong connections to Ireland. He is, too, an undertaker, a career that has informed his verse and essays, …
 
Notre-Dame On Fire, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud, is a film dramatising the events of the horrifying night on April 15, 2019 when the cathedral that symbolises so much in France and beyond started to burn. Milk Teeth is the second novel from Jessica Andrews, whose debut Saltwater won the Portico Prize in 2020. It explores appetite, control and d…
 
Join your tour guides Justin Clark, Beatrice Denis and Dan Hansen as they talk about the Disney songs that inspire, motivate, bring a tear to and have been the soundtracks to our lives. Plus when is a Disney song not a Disney song, when Titanic sank Hercules, Annette and the Beach Boys before they were big, why are there no monkeys on Disney+ and m…
 
Where The Crawdads Sing: director Olivia Newman on bringing the multi-million copy best-selling novel to the big screen. Cinema Inferno: the new catwalk production by Leeds theatre company Imitating the Dog for fashion house Maison Margiela - combining theatre, film, and fashion show. Is this the future of haute couture? On Sonorous Seas: Hebridean…
 
Reflecting on his 50 years in fashion, designer Jean Paul Gaultier sits down with Samira Ahmed to talk about his life, Madonna, London and how it has inspired his new show at the Roundhouse Fashion Freak Show.An all party parliamentary report has been released documenting the current state of music touring. The Chief Executive of UK Music Jamie Njo…
 
Karl Bartos, musician and composer, on his life in the German band Kraftwerk - as told in his new memoir The Sound of the Machine.Playwright and screenwriter Lucy Kirkwood on her play Maryland - devised in response to normalisation of violence against women, and originally staged at Royal Court Theatre in London in 2021, it has now been adapted for…
 
Join your tour guides Kris Banas and Beatrice Denis as they discuss the history, creation of, amenities, fun and the overall greatness that is the Walt Disney World Yacht Club Resort and what makes it a true WDW icon. The Grand Circle Tour Podcast is in no way part of, endorsed or authorized by, or affiliated with the Walt Disney Company or its aff…
 
Join your tour guides Kris Banas, Justin Clark and Stan Solo as they talk about their favorite Disney live action films from the 50's, 60's and 70's. Plus that time Disney lied about lemmings, the Love Bug is still loved, Sean Connery sings, the Black Hole is the best Disney film of the 1970's and more! The Grand Circle Tour Podcast is in no way pa…
 
Paki & Chris invite Medical Doctor and CEO of Sunny Health DPC @sunnyhealthdpc and @sunnybeauties (Dr. Ga Geong Lee MD) to join the CIRCLE for Episode 94. 📺Click the LINK in BIO to watch the full Episode at TheVegasCircle.com Also avail on all podcast audio outlets and YouTube (https://youtu.be/I2YS8QvwQyk ) Dr. Lee practices full spectrum primary …
 
The new film Persuasion based on Jane Austen’s novel starring Dakota Johnson and directed by Carrie Cracknell has already attracted a lot of attention for its blend of 21st century millennial dialogue and Austen’s own words. And Peter Morgan, writer of The Crown, returns to the stage for his new play Patriots which looks at the rise of the oligarch…
 
In the late 16th century, the Merseyside town of Prescot had the only purpose-built, indoor theatre outside London. Now the Shakespeare North Playhouse, a £38 million architectural representation of a Shakespearean stage, opens there this weekend. Samira Ahmed is joined by Laura Collier, the theatre’s creative director and the writer and performer …
 
Oscar winning Joker composer Hildur Guðnadóttir talks about her new commission for the BBC Proms, inspired by political division, and the difference between writing for films and games, ahead of the first BBC Prom devoted to gaming music. To discuss the government's National Plan for Music Education for schools in England, Tom is joined by Catherin…
 
Jack Absolute Flies Again, at the National Theatre, is an adaptation of Sheridan’s comedy of manners The Rivals. Writers Richard Bean (who wrote One Man, Two Guvnors – a big hit) and Oliver Chris keep the original characters – Lydia Languish, Sir Anthony Absolute and the lexically challenged Mrs Malaprop – but move the action from 18th Century Bath…
 
Robert and Lauren Lello join Dan Hansen, Justin Clark and Jason Thomason as they talk about the Lello's Hakuna Macottage, their rental property at Margaritaville Orlando. Plus how to cheat at Lego, why leaving the Parks at the Parks can be a good thing, staying outside the bubble could mean more luxury and more savings and more! Be sure to visit ht…
 
This week’s cultural critics, music journalist Jude Rogers and film critic Rhianna Dhillon, join Tom Sutcliffe to review a new Radio 3 drama, He Do The Waste Land in Different Voices, marking the centenary of poet T.S. Eliot’s Modernist masterpiece The Waste Land. They also discuss the film Brian and Charles, a mockumentary directed by Jim Archer, …
 
The role of National Poet of Wales is demanding: ‘to represent the diverse cultures and languages of Wales at home and abroad, take poetry to new audiences, encourage others to use their creative voice to inspire positive change, be an ambassador for the people of Wales, advocating for the right to be creative and spread the message that literature…
 
The American writer Claudia Rankine is best known for her poetry, which has won critical acclaim and international fans. She discusses her play The White Card, which was written during Donald Trump’s Presidency and examines race and privilege in America and beyond. Front Row is hearing from all the museums shortlisted for this year’s Museum of the …
 
Peter Brook: we look back on the life and career of the great theatre and film director, with critic Michael Billington.Gone With the Wind was an instant bestseller when it was published in 1936 and became the most successful Hollywood film ever. In her book, The Wrath to Come, Sarah Churchwell reveals its role in American myth-making, and how it f…
 
Join your tour guides Stan Solo, Holly Wood Crawford, Kris Banas and Beatrice Denis as they discuss the history, creation of, amenities, fun and the overall greatness that is the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort and what makes it a true WDW icon. The Grand Circle Tour Podcast is in no way part of, endorsed or authorized by, or affiliated with the W…
 
Paki & Chris invite Serial Entrepreneur and Owner of Maxine’s Gentleman’s Club @maxinesgentlemensclub, The Australian Adult Industry Awards @adult_awards_official, Las Vegas Cannabis Tours @tourslasvegascannabis, Elevate Jayne and @las_vegas_cannabis_weddings, @maxinefensom (Maxine Fensom) to join the CIRCLE for Episode 93. 📺Click the LINK in BIO t…
 
Join your tour guides Beatrice Denis, Dan Hansen and Stan Solo as they talk about how to beat the heat down on Main Street and stay cool when it's hot, hot, hot at Disney World. Plus the first ever GCT meet-up at Margaritaville this August, planning ADR's around the temperature, how shopping keeps you out of the sun, staying hydrated does not mean …
 
Best-selling novelist Lawrence Norfolk and award-winning writer Joanna Walsh review a new edition of All Our Yesterdays, a novel by the acclaimed post-war Italian novelist Natalia Ginzburg with a new introduction by author Sally Rooney. Lawrence and Joanna also review Sun & Sea, a Lithuanian opera performance about climate change staged on an artif…
 
Curator Ekow Eshun on creating In The Black Fantastic: the UK’s first major exhibition dedicated to the work of Black artists who use fantastical elements to address racial injustice and explore alternative realities.With works from 11 contemporary artists from the African diaspora, it delves into myth, science fiction, traditions, and the legacy o…
 
Arthur Hughes, known for his roles in The Archers, in which he plays Ruairi, and the BBC2 drama Then Barbara Met Alan, details the significance of his portrayal as Richard III in the new RSC production as a disabled actor. Earlier this month the literary world was shocked by the announcement that after 50 years the Costa Book Awards, formerly the W…
 
Playwright and BAFTA winning screenwriter Stephen Beresford has returned to writing for the stage with The Southbury Child, a co-production between The Chichester Festival Theatre and The Bridge Theatre in London. Stephen joins Samira to discuss his state of the nation play, focusing on a charismatic vicar at the centre of a controversy, in a Dartm…
 
Critic Ben East and academic Catherine Love review Rock, Paper, Scissors, a trilogy of plays written by Chris Bush to mark the 50th anniversary of Sheffield Theatres and A Film About Studio Electrophonique, a documentary about Ken Patten's influential home studio in Sheffield.The three separate but interlinking plays will be performed simultaneousl…
 
Join your tour guides Stan Solo, Beatrice Denis and Kris Banas as they put on their Imagineering hats on and reimagine some of the empty buildings at WDW. Plus turning the NBS Experience into a Marvel Experience, should the Odyssey at Epcot become a sit down restaurant, turning Stich's Great Escape into a theatre in the round, the Millennium Villag…
 
Rowan Atkinson is associated with a lot of ‘B’s – Blackadder, Bean, bumbling British spies... and now bees. He plays an inept house-sitter in a luxury mansion chasing after an insect in Netflix’s new Man Vs Bee. He talks about this, his iconic characters, and why making comedy isn’t always that fun.Artist Thomas J Price’s Warm Shores, a pair of 9 f…
 
As Glastonbury returns this week after a two year pandemic hiatus, a summer of festivals gets under way while some festivals are forced to cancel due to difficult conditions. We look at how the festival sector has struggled through the challenges of the last two years, and consider the importance of live music festivals to the UK economy and cultur…
 
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