'Awards Chatter' is a podcast that features in-depth interviews with the most interesting and accomplished people in show business. Created and hosted by: Scott Feinberg Produced by: Matthew Whitehurst
Four friends sit down to review movies that you absolutely should have already seen. Zack and Tyler are a little bit more of film buffs, and Scott and Jake have seen pretty much every Summer Blockbuster in the last twenty years. Make sure to listen for the late bloomers' hot takes for each movie, and enjoy the witty banter along the way!
News Review shows you how to use the language from the latest news stories in your everyday English. Published every Tuesday by BBC Learning English.
TV & Radio Personality Alexander Rodriguez sips and chats with your favorite celebrities from TV, film, Broadway, music, reality TV and pop culture in this weekly, entertainment, no holds barred talk show. Academy Award, Emmy Award, Grammy Award, Tony Award, Golden Globe Award winners – he’s drank with them all! Its talk radio with a twist! Presented by Straw Hut Media and Here TV.
A once-in-a-century storm hits the remote Scottish island of Toll Mòr. As the isolated community take shelter, a barbaric crime sets off a chain of events which heralds the rise of an ancient evil and threatens to change the course of history. Starring Golden Globe winner Joanne Froggatt as Police Sergeant Jackie O'Hara, this 8-part supernatural thriller is created by acclaimed writer and director Mark Healy and produced by Storyglass. New episodes on Thursdays.
Join Este Haim, Grammy-nominated bassist for the band HAIM, and Darren Criss, Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor, as these close friends chat weekly with special guests. They discuss their mutual love of music and pop culture, and take a deep dives into the funny, weird quirks of successful people, all with the objective to explore “the thing” that makes them who they are. What makes them tick? What’s their secret ingredient? How do they get pumped before a big performance? That Thing I Do ...
Born and raised in New York City, David Sacks attended Harvard College, graduating with a degree in Government in 1984. While there he began his comedy writing career as an editor of the school's humor magazine, The Harvard Lampoon. Upon graduating, David moved to Los Angeles and began writing for television.Among the shows he has worked for are The Simpsons, where he won an Emmy Award, and Third Rock from the Sun for which he won a Golden Globe Award and Malcolm in the Middle. David is the ...
Join hosts Tom Hillmeyer and Mallory Winkler as they delve into the Golden Globe Nominated HBO hit series Westworld. Episodes recorded live on Mondays at 10:30 on marquettewire.org
Movie talk, news and reviews, filmmaking 101. We also talk TV and Cable shows.
Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat, Da Ali G Show and Talladega Nights) brings you the comedy that has started more conversations, generated more controversy and dared to go further than ever before.
Golden Globe winner David Duchovny stars in the Showtime Original series that takes you on a wild, witty, and sexy ride in the California fast lane.
“Dizney Coast to Coast” is an entertaining and informative podcast about anything and everything related to The Walt Disney Company. Consider this your warning; listeners of DCTC have been known to temporarily leave their reality while they dream of their next (or first) Disney vacation. DCTC is hosted by Jeff DePaoli, an avid Disney fan who spends far too much time in the parks and being consumed by Disney products. He suffers from O.C.D. (Obsessive Compulsive Disney), but has learned to us ...
All 11 episodes available at https://AbsolutelyMental.com. In this new podcast series, the Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning actor, director, and writer Ricky Gervais phones his favorite smart friend, the neuroscientist and philosopher Sam Harris, to ask some very important questions...and some not-so-important ones. Gervais and Harris contemplate the wonders of science and the chaos of modern life while having many good laughs.
The Telegraph's Harry De Quetteville investigates the hidden stories behind three of Winston Churchill's most iconic speeches, plus we speak to Oscar, Golden Globe and Writers Guild winner, Gary Oldman on playing Churchill.
In the grand tradition of Love Line, Savage Love and Dear Abbey, self-proclaimed lifestyle gurus/very successful freaks Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari dispense completely unqualified advice to people who apparently have nowhere else to turn. Coupling their unique comedic perspectives with completely unquestioned certainty in their own infallibility, Mitra and Joel will change your life, for better or honestly maybe worse!
Each week on Screen Talk, Indiewire's chief film critic Eric Kohn talks with Thompson on Hollywood's Anne Thompson about the indie film world and beyond -- from film festivals to new releases and the future of the business.
AhoyAhoy! And welcome to RambleOnAboutMovies! Here is where your hosts Eric and Dan discuss any and all things movies, including reviews, spoilers, speculation, and much much more!
The Broadway-scale musical comes to the world of podcasts – spearheaded by a creative dream team that includes three-time Tony winner Doug Besterman, Tony and Pulitzer winner Mitchell Maxwell, Oscar and Golden Globe winner Dean Pitchford, Tony-nominee Patrick Page, Olivier-winner Lesli Margherita, Disney star Laura Marano, and YouTube superstar Kurt Hugo Schneider. Featuring twenty-two original songs backed by a full band and sung by a stellar team of vocalists, Little Did I Know is the stor ...
The Filmmaking Confidential podcast is the quintessential resource for independent filmmakers – from aspiring students to seasoned pros. Each episode is filled with invaluable perspective, secret tips, how-tos and general philosophy about making films, no matter the budget, no matter the location. Hosted by award-winning indie filmmaker Steve Balderson, the attention is focused on what it takes to be a productive filmmaker in an industry that is risk averse and locked in a world where rigid ...
Join actor Rami Malek for a moderated discussion and Q&A about Mr. Robot. The Golden Globe Award-winning TV series follows Elliot Alderson (Malek), a cyber-security engineer who joins an underground hacker society after being recruited by its mysterious leader. Season 2 premieres July 13 on USA Network.
Once upon a time two women with vocal chords and a love for glee decided to change the world, one 60 or so minute session a week at a time. Then Glee took a horrible turn and they were left sad and frustrated by the one time juggernaut, musical/comedy/drama/Golden Globe winning THING called glee. So they started discussing other things instead. Mostly musicals, but films with sweet dance moves also and even some that had fast cars. They kept the name though, because it was just easier that way.
Two guys. One likes beer. Both like movies. Both things get reviewed. All episodes archived on Youtube.
Join Hugh Bonneville (Robert, Earl of Grantham), and Joanne Froggatt (Anna Bates) as they discuss the BAFTA, Emmy and Golden-Globe winning series ‘Downton Abbey’.
Hear Golden Globe-winner Chris Colfer ("Glee") discuss his new book, "The Land of Stories," a fast-paced adventure that uniquely combines our modern-day world with the enchanting calm of classic fairytales.
Join director Brian Taylor and Golden Globe–winning actor Idris Elba as they discuss their new film, “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.”
Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe-winning actors Matthew McConaughey (Mud) and Jared Leto (Lord of War) discuss their new film, Dallas Buyers Club. Hosted by Edith Bowman at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Your weekly dose of film headlines, previews and review...all in glorious podcast form!
Hosts Dubs and The MadManMon tackle movies, TV shows and all of pop culture with our takes on upcoming projects, reviews and breakdowns of new releases and whatever the hell else we want to talk about.
Allison Williams joins us for a conversation about Season 3 of the Golden Globe award-winning HBO series, "Girls." The show takes a comic look at the assorted humiliations and rare triumphs of a group of girls in their mid-20s. Allison will discuss her character Marnie, who, after confronting some challenging professional and romantic hurdles, is facing the harsh reality that her grip on adulthood is tenuous at best.
Kirstie Alley On The Verge - Kirstie Alley talks about anything and everything. Kirstie is an actress, producer, model, & television personality. She first achieved recognition in 1982 playing Saavik in the science fiction film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. She played Rebecca Howe on the NBC sitcom Cheers, receiving an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe in 1991 for the role. From 1997–2000, she starred on the sitcom Veronica's Closet, earning additional Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Kirst ...
Ancient Wisdom of the Feminine brings you the wisdom and spiritual teachings of many women spiritual leaders across the globe. The Elders have their unique respective series available through our platform. Our ‘Golden Era’ series features our founder as well as a remarkable spiritual leader, Magdala Ramirez whose voice has been bridging a way to a higher comprehension of the self. Join us in this special series.
Sports. Movies. Literally anything else we can think of.
Three guys talking about movies, tv and comic culture.
Children's stories, presented as audio dramas, performed by kids from across the globe, for kids. Including stories from Hans Christian Anderson, the Grimm Brothers, Greek myths, African folk tales and many more.
The Professor and the Madman is een Amerikaans-Ierse dramafilm, gebaseerd op het boek The Surgeon of Crowthorne van Simon Winchester met in de hoofdrol Golden Globe-winnaar Mel Gibson.
Hosted by Caleb Masters and Alexandra Bohannon, Back to the Movies is GoodTrashMedia.com's movie review podcast covering all of the latest releases with a more analysis driven review conversation. We're not just talking about the pros and cons, but also diving into the deeper ideas driving all of the latest films at the theater. Come for the recommendation, leave with the food for thought.
Industry pros J. Sperling Reich and Michael Giltz provide insightful analysis, humorous viewpoints and insider opinions on the latest entertainment news headlines. The weekly podcast features panel discussions with renowned industry guests, as well as phone calls and emails from listeners who voice their own opinions on the child’s play of the entertainment business.
Have you ever had a dream? Something you wanted so bad you just couldn’t let it go? For a group of kids in Harlem in the Eighties, their dreams would change pop music forever. Teddy Riley, Timmy Gatling, and Aaron Hall form a group called Guy that would fuse hip-hop and R&B and launch a new sound. By the early Nineties, the New Jack Sound dominated the pop music charts: Bell Biv Devoe, Bobby Brown, Boyz II Men, and many more. But the rise of the New Jack sound would come at a cost, and not e ...
A-list guests like ... Paul McCartney, Stephen Colbert, Bryan Cranston, Judd Apatow, Bill Burr, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Kristen Chenoweth, Sugar Ray Leonard, Chris Matthews, Rob Corddry, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Prosecutor Marcia Clark, Bob Costas and more, join Emmy & Peabody award-winning comedian Paul Mecurio who interviews the biggest names in entertainment/music, media, sports, politics and science. Paul uncovers hilarious anecdotes and never-before-heard insights about his guests and how ...
Roseanne Barr is an American actress, comedian, writer, and television producer. She was also the 2012 presidential nominee of the California-based Peace and Freedom Party. Barr began her career in stand-up comedy at clubs before gaining fame for her role in the television sitcom Roseanne. The show ran for nine seasons, from 1988 to 1997. She won both an Emmy and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for her work on the show. Barr had crafted a "fierce working-class domestic goddess" persona ...
The King Julien Podcast stands to be a talk show designed help bring insight to topics ranging from hot topics around the world to sports and entertainment. Listen as the second best Julien navigate a new way of life while not trying to get dethroned anytime soon.
Movies Movies Movies is a weekly show with exclusive extended podcasts exploring the movie universe from the Sydney viewpoint of two huge Filmlordes, André Shannon and Jen Atherton. .
Hear KUOW and NPR award-winning hosts and reporters from around the globe present some of the nation's best reporting of the day's events, interviews, analysis and reviews.
Queue The Banter is a podcast about film and television. Nick and Jared are two brothers who discuss the films and TV shows they believe everyone should add to their Queue.
Actor Hugh Grant (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill) discusses his latest film, The Rewrite. Once, screenwriter Keith Michaels (Grant) was on top of the world with a Golden Globe Award and a hit movie. But that was fifteen years ago: now, he’s divorced, broke and hasn’t written a hit film in years. Leaving Hollywood to teach screenwriting at a college on the East Coast and hoping to give minimal attention to his duties, his attitude slowly begins to turn when he meets Holly (Marisa T ...
Two guys. One likes beer. Both like movies. Both things get reviewed. This episode, the guys are joined by Ryan "Douglas Buckets" McDermott to discuss the latest entry into the Fast and Furious franchise, Black Widow's long-awaited solo movie, the Space Jam sequel 25-years in the making, Steven Soderbergh's latest crime-thriller, and the Anthony Bo…
Time to make the realization of the self! What is impeding your divine manifestation? Overcoming the dark aspects of the Masculine way I am youMagdala To contact Magdala, buy her books, read her writings, enroll in her online school or online courses or book a healing session, please visit her website: www.magdalas.com…
Knocking out our first sequel, the guys take a trip back to Indiana Jones; but will the third film live up to Raiders for the guys?By BS Podcasts
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Richard Price, author of the Adventures In Censorship blog, about trends in censorship and book banning.By KUOW Staff
While things aren't completely back to normal, many are starting to host parties again. We have some useful tips for those who might feel a little out of practice because of the pandemic.By Diba Mohtasham
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Edward Kelley, former director of integrated health services at the WHO, about potential syringe shortages as COVID-19 vaccines are exported around the world.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Haitian-American rapper, Mach-Hommy, about the unrest in his homeland and his latest release, "Pray For Haiti."By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speak with writer Les Standiford about his new book, Battle for the Big Top: P.T. Barnum, James Bailey, John Ringling, and the Death-Defying Saga of the American Circus.By KUOW Staff
In this week's talk we go on a journey from the Garden of Eden to what makes Yom Kippur holy to bringing Mashiach. An amazing look at the giving, receiving and engraving of the Torah. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) about the Support Through Loss Act, a bill she introduced earlier this week with Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.).By KUOW Staff
The U.S. has thousands of National Historic Landmarks, but few commemorate Latino heritage. The Duranguito neighborhood of El Paso, known as the "Ellis Island" of the South, is looking to change that.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Marcus Mitchell, community outreach manager with the Institute for Nonviolence Chicago, about his work to prevent gun violence in his community.By KUOW Staff
As homicide rates spike nationwide, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Steve Adler, mayor of Austin, Texas, about how his city is handling violent crime and gun violence.By KUOW Staff
A $26-billion settlement has been reached for companies involved in the prescription opioid epidemic. But what happens next?By Brian Mann
The new chief, Tom Manger, said the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection should not define the department and that necessary changes to its procedures have been made in the months since.By Alana Wise
On this week’s On the Rocks Sassy Movie News, Twilight is back on the charts, M Night Shymalan is back at it, Midsommar director has a new project, Wes Anderson is back, Rob Zombie takes on The Munsters, Clerks 3 will start filming, Black Widow dips, Nicholas Cage plays himself, Colin Farrell is unrecognizable as the Penguin for Batman, and Antonio…
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with CIA Director William Burns about Russia, China and what keeps him up at night.By Mary Louise Kelly
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Radiolab producer Rachael Cusick about her search for Elizabeth Kübler-Ross, the psychiatrist behind the five stages of grief.By Ailsa Chang
After 106 years with a name many found offensive, Cleveland's baseball team will have a new moniker after this season. They will become the Guardians, a nod to a local bridge.By Glenn Forbes
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Gabrielius Landsbergis about the increase in the number of migrants crossing the border into Lithuania from Belarus.By Mary Louise Kelly
The delayed Tokyo Summer Olympics officially kicked off with a subdued Opening Ceremony. Devoid of fans and many athletes, the ceremony still managed to be a somewhat celebratory affair.By Leila Fadel
On today’s show, Este and Darren sit down with Grammy-winning musician and artist Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Cadence13, Este Haim & Darren Criss
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California's farmers are unsustainably pumping billions of gallons of water out of the state's underground aquifers to make up for the water missing from rivers. Now the state is moving to stop it.By Dan Charles
When three students in the Yukon Delta region of Alaska were sent home from school last year something unexpected happened — they reconnected with their family tradition of subsistence hunting.By Sequoia Carrillo
During the COVID-19 crisis, almost 7 million Americans have started new businesses. Though an all time record, it's not unusual for such conditions to make people hungry to start their own thing.By Brittany Cronin
Democrats around the United States are busily focusing on an upcoming race. From across the country, people and money and energy are flooding into one democratic primary in the Cleveland area.By Danielle Kurtzleben
Alvin Ailey, the most influential and celebrated Black choreographer of the 20th Century is the subject of the documentary Ailey.By Bob Mondello
Cockatoos in Sydney have become expert trash bin burglars. Scientists say birds in different neighborhoods have taught each other different techniques to open the bins, a sign of cultural complexity.By Ailsa Chang
The final list of candidates vying to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., is out. How likely is it that Newsom will be unseated in September's recall election?By Nicole Nixon / CapRadio
In an NPR interview, William Burns says he has appointed a senior officer who led the hunt for Osama bin Laden to head the investigation into ailments that afflicted U.S. officials around the world.By Becky Sullivan
Nerd Speak Episode CLX: The Black Widow CastBy Brian Gootee, Ted Gootee, Brendon McAvoy
Wee ooh wee ooh wee ooh! We did it, Joel! This week Joel and Mitra/ Mitra and Joel open up the kitchen as they offer advice on advancing a balcony meet cute, telling your friends that your flirtatious dynamic with them could be confusing now that you’ve learned that you might be bisexual, whether you should tell a friend of a secret relationship ha…
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Dr. Anthony Fauci, NIAID director, about the rising COVID-19 infection rate, updating mask guidance, potential for booster shots and breakthrough infections.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Miranda Cowley Heller about her first novel, The Paper Palace, which is set in late summer on Cape Cod — and is all about desire.By Mary Louise Kelly
It's an unsettling moment in the pandemic as cases rise, Delta sweeps and more reports are made of breakthrough cases. Here are the latest recommendations to keep people and communities safe.By Allison Aubrey
France is experimenting with a pre-paid "Culture Pass" for 18-year-olds. President Emmanuel Macron has said he hopes the program will aid a post-pandemic cultural revival.By Eleanor Beardsley
Another large fire season is casting smoke across the country, with conditions ripe for major devastation. But not all fires are bad, and the widespread burning also brings long-term benefits.By Nathan Rott
Disney fans rejoice! Jungle Cruise has been a part of Disney Parks history since day one of Disneyland. Throughout the years, multiple iterations of the classic attraction have been built around the world and the ride has seen several changes. In celebration of the upcoming "Jungle Cruise" movie, listen as Skipper Dino shares stories about what it …
In its second weekend the latest Marvel movie “Black Widow” dropped over 67% at the box office; the largest decline for any film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Could it be that the movie’s availability via premium video on demand cannibalized its theatrical returns? The ongoing pandemic makes it difficult to draw any conclusions, though […] The …
U.S. gymnast Simone Biles is preparing to take the world stage yet again at the Tokyo Olympics. She dominated at the 2016 Games in Rio De Janeiro and looks to be even better this time around.By Eric Schmid
Fox News anchor Sean Hannity urged viewers Monday to "take Covid seriously," and to believe in the science. It contradicts what he and other top anchors at Fox have said over and over again.By David Folkenflik
A new epidemiological study suggests the death toll in India from COVID-19 could be as much as 10 times the official figure — making the count closer to 5 million people.By Sushmita Pathak
A Colorado resort town reliant on summer visitors has halted tourism marketing because an affordable housing crisis means businesses don't have enough workers to stay open during their busiest season.By Chad Reich
A smartphone spyware may have been used to monitor human rights activists and politiciansBy BBC Radio
Bummer Summer hits fulls swing with this Clint Eastwood force de triumph. Will Clint be enough to get Jake into a sad story?By BS Podcasts
Tony is an amazingly creative comedic actor and is really fun in this conversation as we talk his new Disney series, how he comes up with his hilarious and inventive characters, how improv played a big part in his role in "Veep," why medication was important while giving his daughter driving lessons, how shame is useful to get your kid to do chores…
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Team USA CEO Sarah Hirshland about prepping for this year's Olympics in Tokyo and what the event will look like with COVID-19 precautions such as having no spectators.By Ailsa Chang
The Biden administration has transferred a Guantánamo detainee to Morocco, marking the first time a prisoner there has been released since President Biden took office.By Sacha Pfeiffer