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Tanis podcast host Nic Silver and regular contributor MK, explore the possible existence of "The Last Movie," an infamous underground feature film, reputed to drive you insane. Legend has it that every screening of this film was surrounded by bloodshed and controversy: one reviewer actually described slipping on blood in the aisle, as he ran through dozens of people trying to tear him apart.
 
Marcus and Angel are a married couple of 10 years, who relationship revolves around honesty, humor, and arguments (sometimes). Their on-screen chemistry caused their YouTube subscribers to insist they start a podcast tackling the topics and issues that everyday people are dealing with. Is This Going To Cause An Argument is in its 3 season with over 15K plays just on SoundCloud.
 
On _This Film is Lit_ we finally settle the score on one simple question… Is the book really better than the movie? Bryan has a film degree. He watches the movie but doesn't read the book. Katie has two English degrees, so she does things the right way and reads the book before we watch the movie. Prepare to be wowed by our expertise and charm as we dissect all of your favorite film adaptations and decide whether the silver-screen or the written word did it better. Turn it up, settle in, and ...
 
Established in 1999, the Live Art Development Agency has both responded to, and impacted upon, the increasingly influential nature of Live Art practices in the UK and internationally by developing an extensive portfolio of specialized resources, opportunities, projects and publishing activities; and by working strategically, in partnership, and in consultation with practitioners and organisations in the cultural sector. This is a platform for LADA to share content and recordings of artists a ...
 
Oh! This Podcast is a weekly beer podcast that explores the finer things in the beer world. Patrick Farrar and Steve Hombaker discuss random musings of fine craft beer while discussing movies, sports, music and various topics in highly evolved, or devolved, discussions. We discuss our Beer of the Week, nationwide beer events, brewery recommendations, Patrick's Hot Tub Beer of the Week and more. Theme Song - Year of The Rat - By Marty Meinerz https://soundcloud.com/meinerzm Support By Shoppin ...
 
Roxy Dunn and Alys Metcalf interview a different woman from the world of comedy each week, in partnership with Comedy 50:50. Whether they're notable comedy actors, renowned writers or simply an amazing stand-up, this shows attempts to find out what comedy has taught them, and how it has shaped their life beyond the stage or screen.
 
Aulos Productions is an Edinburgh-based theatre company, bringing new writing to the stage and screen. We are pleased to present our first foray into the world of audio drama: "This Mortal Coil" - a comedy audio murder mystery by award-winning writer James Beagon. ★★★★, The Wee Review "A fun audio murder-mystery drama that pokes fun at every facet of the theatre world” "Beagon’s script sets up intriguing possibilities for the remaining parts. The play has plenty of light-hearted momentum, an ...
 
A Sports Guy and a Movie Guy made a podcast...and it was fun! Each week Sports Journalist David Kifford and Film Studies MA James Rowling chat through some of the best and worst sports based movies, TV shows and video games. They also take a look at the latest news, reviews and rumours in the sports movie world and give you a heads up about where you can watch all the new releases on Netflix, Amazon and everywhere else! Got a question or a burning recommendation? GET IN TOUCH TWITTER - @fos_ ...
 
Welcome to This Is My Cinema, the podcast from the British Independent Film Awards, where we're all about celebrating the very best talent in the British film scene and the cinema experiences that made them who they are today. Our hosts Michael Leader and Rhianna Dhillon talk to rising stars and legendary names from in front of and behind the camera, exploring their origins in filmmaking, their inspirations, their memories of the cinemas they grew up visiting and of course what the ultimate ...
 
We talk about true stories that we think should be made into TV shows or movies. First we talk about why they belong on-screen -- then we talk about how we'd like to see them on-air: Who should direct, who should write, who should star. We dig up lesser-known people whose stories deserve to be told, forgotten moments in history, and fresh angles on very familiar memories. Your hosts, Tim and Deirdre, are married writers who only recommend stories that we would personally want to see. Join us ...
 
This Pathological Life Podcast Every disease has its own story to tell - Dr Travis Brown The podcast series “This Pathological Life” brings to life the spectrum of general pathology topics by delving into each through the lens of historical aspects of disease, community impact of chronic illness, study or research threads, and topical areas of interest. Podcast host Steve Davis is joined by our resident Pathologist Dr Travis Brown. Dr Travis Brown is a General Pathologist who enjoys working ...
 
Grab your magnifying glass, gumshoes! It's time for some serious detective work. Detect This! is Film Geek Radio's weekly podcast devoted exclusively to discussion of the HBO television series TRUE DETECTIVE. Join Andrew and Charlie (from Avenging Angels and The Briefing Room) as they go week-by-week through each episode of the series, looking for clues to determine whether or not it's a great show. Can A-list movie actors effectively make the leap to the small screen? What are some of the d ...
 
Want to learn the latest in veterinary medicine from today’s leading veterinary experts? Each week, our host, Dr. Lori Cesario, board-certified veterinary oncologist, will share what’s new, what’s possible, and what’s on the horizon for our four-legged best friends. Topics will include quality of life, nutrition, cancer treatment, surgery, etc. The goal of this show is to provide hope, inspiration and the knowledge to help your dog live a better and longer life.
 
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REPEAT: On this day in 1920, Raymond Longford's classic silent film On Our Selection had its Australian premiere in Brisbane. This was a bush saga that defied expectations thanks to a new cinematic approach. Hear all about it in today's episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this week's BONUS EPISODE of Retrospective ACTION! James and dKiff look back on their sports movie MVPs for the first ten films they reviewed and have a little chat about who's star shined brightest! A fun chat! Enjoy! GET IN TOUCHWeb: sportsmovie.co.uk linktr.ee/fospod Email: fieldofscreenspod@gmail.comTwitter & Insta: @fos_podFacebook: @fospod…
 
Marcus and Angel discuss realizing they finally have the money to take a nice vacation and the difference between how they vacationed in the past and Amar throws up everywhere. Check out our sponsors: BetterHelp Apostrophe. CODE: ISTHIS Third LoveDi Marcus and Angel Tanksley
 
This time on This Is My Cinema we're thrilled to welcome Amir El-Masry as our special guest. Amir can currently be seen in Ben Sharrock's Limbo, a film which earned Amir a BIFA award nomination for Best Actor. As well as leading Limbo as the young Syrian migrant musician Omar, Amir has been seen in The Night Manager, Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise …
 
- Patron Shoutouts - Catching Fire Fan Reaction - Learning with TFIL: Beauty and the Beast, Stockholm Syndrome, and Why You’re Probably Wrong About It: Dispelling a Rampant Myth that Makes Katie Go Absolutely Feral - Beauty and the Beast PreviewDi Bryan and Katie
 
In 1856, a 23-year-old woman named Kate Warne walked into the famous Pinkerton Detective Agency and demanded a job. They had never hired a woman to be anything other than a secretary, but she impressed them so much they made her America's first female detective. She caught bank robbers, embezzlers, murderers... and prevented the assassination of Ab…
 
In the second season of Rabbits, we follow Riley Bennett as she looks into what happened to Carly Parker at the end of season one, and uncovers a strange series of coincidences that appear to be connected to Rabbits. Riley begins to suspect that these bizarre coincidences are an indication that something is very wrong with the mysterious undergroun…
 
This week James and dKiff team up with their friends from The Scoreless Thriller Podcast to take a look at United Passions, a movie that's so bad it's bad. But while the movie may be terrible these guys have a good laugh taking it apart so enjoy! GET IN TOUCHWeb: sportsmovie.co.uk linktr.ee/fospod Email: fieldofscreenspod@gmail.comTwitter & Insta: …
 
The revolution will not be televised. The revolution will be no re-run, brothers. The revolution will be live. It’s Catching Fire, and This Film is Lit. Let Me Sum Up Better in the Book Better in the Movie The Movie Nailed It Odds and Ends Katie Predicts The Hunger Games Trilogy Final Verdict Our next movie is Beauty and the Beast!…
 
REPEAT: Born in 1900, Charles Shaw grew up in poverty, was orphaned at age 14 and worked more tough jobs than he could count over the next two decades before settling into a career as a newspaper journalist and columnist for the Bulletin. On this day in 1952, Hollywood bought Charles's latest novel — and it'd become a movie classic. Though flush wi…
 
Cholesterol is an essential component of our cells. It is synthesized by our cells and affected by dietary, lifestyle, and genetic factors. Unfortunately, cholesterol for doctors can feel like a moving target as different guidelines have different recommendations, new measurements can appear on reports (ie Non-HDL), and it is a constantly evolving …
 
REPEAT: On this day in 1968, geologist Jim Bowler found the bones of an Aboriginal woman who'd died and been ritually cremated and buried more than 40,000 years ago. Mungo Lady — as she became known — and Jim's next discovery — known as Mungo Man — rewrote our history books. More than half a lifetime later, Jim Bowler joins us to recall those disco…
 
Dorothy Kilgallen was a beloved entertainment reporter, a regular on What's My Line, when she took a hard left turn into crime reporting. She covered murders and organized crime. She was the only person to interview Jack Ruby after he killed Oswald, and got to see the Warren Commission report even before LBJ. But when she started to challenge the o…
 
This week James and dKiff take a look at the low budget Scottish smash hit Gregory's Girl. A charming tale about a boy that loves beauties even more than the beautiful game and the girl that bests the men on their own pitch. Is it a bit old fashioned and are there some potentially questionable teachers at the school? Of course there are! It's the 8…
 
In the 1980s, American journalist Bill Gentile travelled to Nicaragua during the Sandanista revolution, and El Salvador during that country’s decade-long civil war, risking life and limb to tell human stories from these wartorn countries. Now he's written a book, Wait For Me: True Stories of War, Love and Rock & Roll, and joins us to talk about why…
 
This week James and dKiff embrace a hallmark of the British summer by watching 2004's Wimbledon! It's fair to say this film splits public opinion and for the first real time the opinion of our hosts too! Check it out and get in touch with your opinions on this one! GET IN TOUCHWeb: sportsmovie.co.uk linktr.ee/fospod Email: fieldofscreenspod@gmail.c…
 
REPEAT: Australia's first railway got under way with huge fanfare — and then went nowhere for more than half a decade. As bad as this delay was, a crucial decision made during this bumbling period would derail Australia for much of the next century. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
“I die before my time, killed by the English oligarchy and its hired assassins.” These are the words of Napoleon Bonaparte dictated in his last will and testament on his death bed. Napoleon is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest Generals. During his life, France become a global power. The man responsible for the Napoleonic wars and had previous…
 
In this episode of This Is My Cinema we're joined by the wonderful James Norton. Known on the small screen for his roles in Happy Valley, The Nevers and the gripping crime drama McMafia and on the big screen in the likes of Little Women, Mr Jones and new release Nowhere Special, James tells us about the defining cinema trips of his youth, how becom…
 
Here it was. The Episode. The Episode, which he had been excited to do. The Episode about his favorite childhood book. The book that he read as a child. The Hatchet Episode. It’s Hatchet, and This Film is Lit. Let Me Sum Up Was That in the Book? Lost in Adaptation Better in the Book Better in the Movie The Movie Nailed It Odds and Ends Final Verdic…
 
REPEAT: The ABC is born amid controversy over whether it should carry advertisements and whether its bosses are politically biased. Here’s the catch: the ALP wanted an ABC with ads... and ABC bosses were said to be biased towards the Liberals See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week James and dKiff dissect Goal II: Living The Dream the sequel to a movie that the boys both enjoyed tremendously a few episodes ago! But will this instalment recapture the magic? GET IN TOUCHWeb: sportsmovie.co.ukEmail: fieldofscreenspod@gmail.comTwitter & Instagram: @fos_podFacebook: @fospod…
 
The incredible Adeel Akhtar, who broke on to screens in Four Lions and can currently be seen in Netflix show Sweet Tooth, joins the podcast to tell us about the cinema experiences that have shaped his work. This year sees Adeel appear in three hugely hyped films: Clio Barnard's Ali & Ava, musical adaptation Everybody's Talking About Jamie and Will …
 
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