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You Must Remember This is a storytelling podcast exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. It’s the brainchild and passion project of Karina Longworth (founder of Cinematical.com, former film critic for LA Weekly), who writes, narrates, records and edits each episode. It is a heavily-researched work of creative nonfiction: navigating through conflicting reports, mythology, and institutionalized spin, Karina tries to sort out what really happened behind the ...
 
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We discuss the latest in the Men’s IPL and also preview the Women’s IPL challenge with former India bowler, Snehal Pradhan, and look at the clash in scheduling with the Women’s Big Bash. Plus, we speak to the Chief Executive of US Cricket, Iain Higgins, on their bid for ICC full member status by 2030. And with the whole of the South African cricket…
 
This week, in Lafayette, Indiana, a terrible, hideous murder makes investigators look in the wrong place, for a minute, before the culprit becomes very obvious. A person as deranged as anyone we've ever talked about, turns out to have their own twisted belief system that causes delusions of epic proportions. The murder is absolutely crazy, and the …
 
Has cricket lost touch with the Black Lives Matter movement? West Indies captain Jason Holder tells me the game has gone quiet on racism. Plus, could England and Australia playing different formats in different countries at the same time provide a financial lifeline to smaller nations? And Nigeria women's captain Samantha Agazuma on the cricketing …
 
This week, in Sutherland, Nebraska, where right before Halloween, a quiet, rural area is sent into a panic, when a news broadcast breaks in on the regularly scheduled show to tell residents to stay in their homes, lock their doors & load their guns, because there is a maniac on the loose! It turns out to be worse than anyone could've imagined, as t…
 
Peter Hayter, Emma John and Rob Smyth join Gary Naylor to discuss how Mike Atherton’s inexperienced England tourists fared against Brian Lara and the West Indies in early 1994. There are tales of Miller’s bar, blotto copy and teenage trauma, along with colourful memories of Curtly Ambrose and 46 all out, an unlikely victory in Barbados and Lara’s w…
 
With Sri Lanka's strict quarantine rules thwarting their return to the cricket field, we ask head coach Mickey Arthur if he can see a solution. And the power of a six - we look back at Javed Miandad's era-defining six for Pakistan against India in 1986 - and other key moments that changed the course of cricketing history.Plus, tributes to former Ne…
 
This week, in Darby, Montana, a twisted plot, and two year long fear campaign end in a vicious murder, that shocks everyone around. The problem is, things aren't what they seem, or what anybody thinks. When the truth comes out, it is almost met with disbelief at exactly how disturbed a person would have to be, to do what this person did. Seriously …
 
This week, in Colby, Wisconsin, a strange interweaving of marriages, and relationships leaves a man wanting revenge. What follows is one of the most brutal, heartless, and insane stories we've ever heard. A bloody mess, complete with some parts of the victim that are never found. Which parts? Well, let's just say it's two things that no man wants t…
 
Chris Broad, Pat Murphy and Mike Coward join Gary Naylor to discuss England’s triumphant tour of Australia in 1986/87 which saw the Ashes retained and limited overs success to boot. Broad himself hit three hundreds to help Mike Gatting’s team hang on to the urn. There’s fascinating insight from inside the England camp, terrific analysis on the stru…
 
Reaction to an astonishing week in the Indian Premier League, including a record run chase, a Super Over and a gravity-defying boundary save. Plus, as England legend Andrew Flintoff reveals his battle with bulimia, we'll hear the story of Sarah Coyte, the World Cup-winning Australia bowler who took a break from the game to deal with an eating disor…
 
This week, in Fairfield, Ohio, a picturesque wedding, beside a river, ends in horror when a bridesmaid sees a severed leg, washed up on shore. The investigation of the legs uncovers more than everyone bargained for, when we find out where, and how the deceased spent their last moments. The craziness that ensues is one for the books. Betrayals, befr…
 
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma pay tribute to Dean Jones, the great Australia batsman who has died at the age of 59.Plus, we're joined by Dhiraj Malhotra, CEO of Delhi Capitals, to discuss a controversial week in the Indian Premier League.Australia vice-captain Rachael Haynes looks welcomes the return of women's international cricket…
 
David Guetta joined Fully ChargedOne of the Worlds biggest producer and DJ joined Fully Charged to chat all about life in lockdown.And his new single with Sia 'Lets Love'Watch Here: View this post on Instagram Check out his new tune with @siamusic 'LETS LOVE' out today! @warnermusicirelandA post shared by SPIN South West (@spinsouthwest) on Sep 11,…
 
This week, in Vinton, Virginia, a smoldering home reveals a family, who all died, well before any fire started. Who could have done this? Angry drug dealers? Police conspiracy? Trusted family friend? And why? The answer to that is a little more complicated & disturbing. On top of all that, there is a walled off, secret basement tomb that needs to b…
 
Derek Pringle, Mike Selvey and Rob Smyth join Gary Naylor to discuss the swashbuckling former England and Hampshire batsman Robin Smith. Derek roomed with him for England, Rob helped him write his revealing autobiography and Mike watched Smith’s international career closely from the press box, so there’s no shortage of insight about ‘The Judge’. Bo…
 
Reaction to Australia's thrilling victory over England in the one-day series at Old Trafford. Former South Africa star Jonty Rhodes on the incredible advances in fielding in the Indian Premier League, which starts in Dubai this weekend. And as women's international cricket returns, West Indies batter Hayley Matthews relives the day when she toppled…
 
This week, in Holladay, Utah, a prominent woman is viciously killed in her own home, and investigators have very little to work with, besides some blood & a trail of Legos, near the body, and around the house. The case goes cold for 23 years, until another, even more brutal murder happens in Arizona. These things seem to have no link, until you loo…
 
We're joined by England batting great Ian Bell as he bows out of the game with 118 Test matches and more than 20,000 first class runs to his name. Find out more about a new campaign in Australia that's fronting up to racism and intolerance in cricket. Can England repeat their T20 dominance over Australia in the 50-over form? And a life of luxury in…
 
This week, in Corcoran, Minnesota, a seemingly happy home is disrupted by the addition of a mother-in-law, who could actually be spawned from hell. Her constant interference, mixed with strange rumors of a very odd interfamily relationship bring things over edge, and into the realm of crazy. An absolutely horrific attempt at the disposal of the bod…
 
Ian Botham (who else?) is the iconic player under examination in the first ever episode. Gary Naylor debates the second half of Beefy’s career with three men who have all written books with or about the great man - veteran BBC cricket reporter Pat Murphy, cricket correspondent of the Sunday Times Simon Wilde and Peter Hayter, columnist at The Crick…
 
This week, in Reeds Spring, Missouri, when three, very rural local residents are found brutally killed, including a teenager, investigators uncover a tale of trust, drugs, deception, and an elaborate murder plot that could only be the work of one man. That man doesn't mind being caught because "God is his attorney", so he'll be fine. The crazy thin…
 
The Eighties and Nineties Cricket Show revisits the days of Botham and Gower, Viv Richards, Allan Border, and Javed Miandad - the days before T20, when test matches had rest days, when chairmen of selectors couldn’t recall names of players, blamed getting beaten on astrology, and once selected 4 captains and 29 players in a single summer. Gary Nayl…
 
On Stumped we discuss whether Jimmy Anderson is the greatest pace bowler of all time after he became the first seam bowler to take 600 Test wickets and we reflect on the third test match between England and Pakistan where Zak Crawley scored 267.How has the postponement of the Women's World Cup affected teams who were hoping to qualify? The head coa…
 
This week, in Libertyville, Iowa, when police are alerted to cats, eating an unknown flesh, they unravel quite the tale. A woman met a man at a function for singles, and they married within weeks. Turns out, he's not as great a guy as she thought he was, which is proven by the opinion of just about everyone who ever met the man. The marriage doesn'…
 
This week, in Middletown, Connecticut, when a horrible scene, including two brutally murdered people, is discovered in a house, investigators try to put it all together, and get a huge boost from one piece of evidence, an actual audio recording of the murder, made without the knowledge of the killers. From this tape, a wild, crazy & almost unbeliev…
 
We reflect on the first Test match between England and Pakistan and discuss the remarkable comeback from England. Plus Jos Buttler said he ‘owed his team some runs’ following his wicket-keeping mistakes, so the team look at how wicket-keeping has evolved over the years. The Women’s ODI World Cup has been postponed until 2022, so former England capt…
 
This week, in Streamwood, Illinois, when a neighborhood dog, named Friendly brings home part of a freshly severed human leg, the area must deal with the fact that they either have a vicious killer on the loose, or someone has been a VERY bad dog. The leg turns out to belong to a missing young woman, and that's just the tip of as very awful iceberg,…
 
This week, in Eddyville, Oregon, what seems like a simple accident, on first sight, turns out to be anything but that, as investigators try to figure out if they're dealing with a serial killer, or an unsophisticated teenager. The story that emerges is horrifying, and is one of the strangest things we've heard. A portrait of an odd family dynamic, …
 
This week, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, a mystery grows around a local woman, found brutally murdered in her own bed. The case goes cold for over a year, until a very interesting story emerges, telling a tale that is both fascinating, and horrifying. A tale of petty revenge, and a blood ritual of sorts, from an unlikely person, a 14 year old girl. T…
 
Polly Platt’s unfinished memoir ends abruptly in 1995. What were the remaining 16 years of her life like? Using interviews with those who knew her, we’ll explore how her career in Hollywood came to an end, and the tragic circumstances of her death. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma chat to England opener Dom Sibley fresh from his maiden home Test century during England's victory over the West Indies in the second Test at Old Trafford, and pay homage to "Mr Incredible" Ben Stokes after he starred with the bat, ball, and in the field. We also reflect on the postponement of the 2020 …
 
This week, in Enosburgh, Vermont, a young woman disappears, with zero clues to go on. Police classify her as a missing person, but family members fear the worst. When she is eventually found, brutally murdered, the investigation quickly goes cold, and stays cold for 14 years, until new information comes from a very unexpected sources, and puts all …
 
Polly Platt's collaboration with James L. Brooks hits choppy waters with I’ll Do Anything, which at one point was a musical with songs by Prince, but became one of the most notoriously misbegotten productions of the 1990s. Polly recaptures her indie roots by shepherding the directorial debut of Wes Anderson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
Alison Mitchell is at Old Trafford in another bio-secure bubble as England's men look to bounce back from last week's defeat to the West Indies. Windies star batsman Jermaine Blackwood joins us to reflect on his match-winning innings, as we discuss whether they can become the best Test team on the planet. We also reflect on England’s decision to dr…
 
This week, in Mustang, Oklahoma, the area is rocked by the murder of a prominent citizen, in their own living room. As the town mourns, they also fear this could be a maniac on the loose. Luckily for everyone, it turns out to be not so much of an aimless maniac, but a person, very close to the deceased, who seems to have just snapped, lately, but n…
 
In the mid-to-late 80s, Polly Platt worked on a number of films that defined and reflected that decade’s ideas about female power. With an Oscar nomination under her belt, Polly starts trying in earnest to direct. She ends her career as a production designer with The Witches of Eastwick, a star-studded special-effects extravaganza. Inspired by Poll…
 
This week, in Gunnison, Colorado, a happy go lucky young man disappears into thin air, and his friend wonder if he left to build a better life, or if someone in his family might be hiding the truth from them. Over the 2 years that he's missing, many rumors about his life, and possible destination are spread around town. Was he a violent, drug addic…
 
Polly’s third marriage falls apart, and she enters more than one destructive affair. During these tumultuous times, Polly establishes a new collaboration with a male writer-director, James L. Brooks, and together the two turn another Larry McMurtry novel into a classic film: Terms of Endearment. Once again, while working on this film about a combat…
 
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