×
Dan And Abe public
[search 0]
×
Best Dan And Abe podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Dan And Abe podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
Podcast by Dan and Abe
 
New Rockstars explores the hidden references, deeper meanings, and personal motivations behind every episode of Rick and Morty. Join Erik Voss, and special guests as they ricksplain what the show is REALLY about.
 
Greendale 101 is your premier source for campus news and happenings. Join Ben and Brian as they discuss Dan Harmon's under-appreciated comedy series Community. Greendale 101, we're streets ahead!
 
The Filmmakers Podcast is a podcast about making films from micro budget indie films to bigger budget studio films and everything in-between. Our hosts Giles Alderson, Dan Richardson, Andrew Rodger and Cristian James talk how to get films made, how to actually make them and how to try not to f… it up in their very humble opinion. Often guests will come on and chat about their film making experiences from directors, writers, producers, screenwriters, actors, cinematographers and distributors. ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Part two of the Rutles commentary track. Load up the video on YouTube, slide over to 33:40 and join us as we travel through the world of Dirk, Nasty, Stig and Barry from the infamous "Bigger than Rod" controversy through the "Let It Rot" film, book, album and lawsuit. We then close by considering the spinoffs (including Eric Idle's ill-advised sequ…
 
This week we’re joined by filmmakers Staten Cousins Roe and Poppy Roe where they discuss their killing spree filled black comedy A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life with host and co-producer Giles Alderson Poppy and Staten discuss the importance of appreciating the collaborators and creators around you, savvy ways to keep a cost-effective shoot, and th…
 
This is identical to the other version of the show but the film soundtrack has been reduced. Some people have issues with the balance between the film and commentary.By Ed Chen and Lonnie Pena
 
Antony Rotunno returns this week and next as we dig into "The Rutles" (album, book, film, play and lawsuit) in tribute to Neil Innes. We start by discussing Rutland Weekend television, the actual musicians behind the "pre-Fab Four", and how Eric Idle came to put the pieces together in a project that has become beloved by the Beatles and Python comm…
 
We chat with the lovely and talented Krysty Wilson-Cairns on this weeks podcast all about screenwriting, her process and working with Sam Mendes on the brilliant and epic 1917 war film. OUT on 10th Jan 2020 Krysty chats with Giles Alderson (The Dare), Dom Lenoir (Winter Ridge) and Robbie McKane about what a typical full time screenwriting day look …
 
Happy New Year everybody! Dan Miles of the Friends of Dan Music Podcast (https://www.friendsofdanmusicpodcast.com/) co-hosts the show this week as we take a look at the Beatles and comedy. John Lennon was not the only Beatle with a sense of humor, and we consider each of their individual comic stylings, and how a sense of humor helped advance their…
 
Screenwriter and producer Anthony McCarten joins Giles Alderson (The Dare) and Dom Lenoir (Winter Ridge) to talk about writing The Two Popes, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Theory of Everything & Darkest Hour. He talks about where the ideas come from. How to work through the script and how to write the characters who are real whilst re- checking the resear…
 
Apple (and Apple) have released a higher resolution version of the Beatles Washington Coliseum show on iTunes at a very nice price! Lonnie and I talk about that concert and the rest of February 1964 for the band. A Fab time for sure, but a very busy one as the band traveled from Paris to London to New York City, Washington DC, Miami and finally bac…
 
Director Zackary Adler (Rise of The Krays) and producer and composer James Edward Barker (Mara) discuss the merits of film-making with Giles Alderson (The Dare) and Christian James (Fanged Up) Zack discusses how he got The Krays directing job and the importace of a director composer relationship while James talks through the importance of producer/…
 
2019 was a busy year for the former Beatles. "Above Us Only Sky" premiered on Netflix in the United States (following a late 2018 UK premiere). Ringo Starr toured across Japan and North America celebrating thirty years of the All-Starr Band. He then followed that up with a new studio album, possibly his final full length album. Paul McCartney relea…
 
Legendary director Fernando Meirelles joins us to talk about how he made his latest feature The Two Popes starring Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce. He discussed how the film came about, what his process is like on set, how he worked with massive names including Anthony Hopkins, how he prepares and performs on the day and how he cast Jonathan Pry…
 
Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 5 "Rattlestar Ricklactica" finally unleashes TIME TRAVEL! How does Rick and Morty's time travel episode defy the conventional tropes of time travel fiction, with homages to the Terminator films and Back to the Future? In this analysis of Rick and Morty 4x05, Erik Voss is joined by special guests Jessica Chobot and Ab…
 
The second transatlantic episode of "When They Was Fab". Guest Martin Quibell joins me as we discuss Victorian Music Hall, Pantomime, George Formby and various pre-1950's combinations of music, comedy and stage craft. George Harrison, John Lennon and Paul McCartney each have expressed their appreciation for the form. Indeed, "Free as a Bird" closes…
 
Actor, writer and director Tom Cullen joins Giles Alderson to discuss in depth his John Cassavetes-inspired romantic drama feature Pink Wall starring Tatiana Maslany & Jay Duplass. Giles and Tom discuss football, shared inspiration to become an actor/director, a 13-year old’s ideal DJ name, challenging yourself at drama school and more. Tom shares …
 
Go to Hawthorne.co and use promo code RICK for 10% off your order. Use promo code RICKSPLAINED at Stamps.com for a 4-week free trial and free postage. Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code RICKSPLAINED at Manscaped.com. Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 4 "Claw and Hoarder Special Ricktim’s Morty" gets an in-depth analysis. Is this dragon episo…
 
We roll back the clock to an era when CDs were new and magical technology, and the news was the Fab Four in a fantastic new digital format. "Perfect Sound Forever" they promised. No guarantees, and despite the promises of "never having to rebuy the catalogue" many of us have continued to do so ... many times over. Still, it was quite an era, and we…
 
This week across, producer and screenwriter Sarah Megan Thomas joins Giles Alderson to talk about her latest movie Libertè: A Call to Spy They talk about raising finance and getting to know your investors, how she approached her financiers and kept them for the next film and how you can wear multiple hats on a film set. They natter about Sundance a…
 
Is Rick and Morty Season 4 hinting that Morty is transitioning into a more cynical, Rick-like, EVIL Morty?In this episode of #Ricksplained, Erik Voss and Tommy Bechtold welcome to the show special guest ECHO KELLUM, recurring voice actor on Rick and Morty and Curtis Holt from Arrow on the CW. The panel discusses the behind the scenes process that m…
 
The Thanksgiving Weekend has just passed in the United States, but we are extending it just a little bit longer. The "Queen of all Beatles Media" Dr. Kit O'Toole (Talk More Talk, Songs We Were Singing, Michael Jackson: FAQ) drops in to extend her reign. We celebrate the holiday by reviewing both sides of Paul McCartney's new "Record Store Day" sing…
 
What happens when you take a George A Romero zombie apocalypse and place the focus on a class of 6 year olds? Director of Little Monsters Abe Forsythe shares with us how he approaches comedy, satire and blending genres in his highly original style of film-making. Robbie McKane sat down with Abe to talk about Abe’s influences, his debut feature Ned,…
 
Rick and Morty 4x03 "One Crew Over the Crewcoo's Morty" Deeper Meaning Explained! Does Rick's hatred of the heist genre mask Dan Harmon's hatred of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? How does this antagonism date back to Harmon's previous sitcom Community? In this episode of #Ricksplained, Erik Voss joins special guests Jesse Neil and Tommy Bechtold to…
 
Mark Lewisohn is finishing up his "Hornsey Road" tour, where he engaged audiences across the English countryside with stories behind the making of Abbey Road. Despite the fact a United States run is not currently in the cards, a number of items taken from Lewisohn's research (which will eventually appear in Volume 3) have made a splash in the media…
 
This week Oscar winning producer Peter Del Vecho drops by Cameo PR studio to talk his new movie Frozen 2. He discusses what goes into an animated movie, how it is all about the story and teamwork and what it was like winning the Oscar for best animated picture. He goes into detail about his career and became a producer at Walk Disney animation stud…
 
Rick and Morty 4x02 "The Old Man and the Seat" Deeper Meaning Explained! What is the backstory of Rick's mysterious toilet planet, and could it be connected with the ongoing mystery of Rick's ex-wife Diane? In this episode of #Ricksplained, Erik Voss joins Rick and Morty writer (and real-life Abed from Community inspiration) Abed Gheith and superfa…
 
"The Compleat Beatles" began life as a promotional film intended as promotion for a two-volume set of Beatles sheet music. That project eventually became a success in the early home video market (VHS, Beta and Laserdisc), earning a theatrical release in 1984. Antony Rotunno, host of the "Glass Onion: On John Lennon" podcast joins us again, as we pi…
 
Rick and Morty Season 4 Premiere Explained! Rick and Morty 4x01 Edge of Tomorty Rick Die Rickpeat plays with time loops and destinies... does this violate the show's long-held rules against time travel? In this Rick and Morty aftershow, Erik Voss joins special guest Rick and Morty writer and contributor Abed Gheith (inspiration for the character Ab…
 
Filmmaker Ed Boase drops in to the Union in Soho to talk how he makes his Indie films, how he raises the finance and his latest feature Trick or Treat! Ed talks about making a short now after making features and how that differs. How he got his start in film-making by getting James Bond legend Desmond Llewelyn to star in his first short film at 17 …
 
Antony Rotunno of the Glass Onion: On John Lennon podcast joins us as we go through the book on "The Abbey Road", and start our review of the classic Delilah films documentary "The Compleat Beatles." Does the film hold up given the onslaught of official, high dollar, better restored, and indeed more complete projects such as "The Beatles Anthology"…
 
Rick and Morty Season 4 countdown! What is Evil Morty's true plan from the Season 3 episode TALES FROM THE CITADEL? Does Rick and Morty have a secret socialist agenda? A fascist agenda? Or NO agenda at all? In this episode of #Ricksplained, Erik Voss sits back down with writer and producer Ryan Ridley to discuss Evil Morty's return and what that te…
 
Rick and Morty Season 2 Explained! What is the hidden metaphor of Rick and Morty Season 2 episode AUTO-EROTIC ASSIMILATION (best title ever), in which Rick hooks up with his ex-lover, a hive-mind named Unity? And based on the super-meta Community Easter Egg in the episode, could Unity actually be an analogy for Dan Harmon's stormy relationship with…
 
Rick and Morty Dan Harmon's DARK TRUTH (Evil Morty Rewatch) | RicksplainedRick and Morty Season 1 Explained! What is the hidden metaphor of Rick and Morty Season 1 episode CLOSE RICK-COUNTERS OF THE RICK KIND, which introduces the Citadel of Ricks and Evil Morty? In New Rockstars' new Rick and Morty aftershow, RICKSPLAINED, Erik Voss dives into the…
 
Director Tom Harper drops by Cameo Recording Studios to chat with Giles Alderson (The Dare), Dom Lenoir (Winter Ridge) and producer/editor Robbie McKane to talk about how he makes his films and TV shows including ‘Scouting Book For Boys’, ‘Woman in Black 2’, ‘Peaky Blinders’, ‘War Book’, ‘Wild Rose’ & ‘The Aeronauts’ which is OUT NOW in cinemas. We…
 
Ringo Starr's new release is his twentieth studio album. He is joined by Joe Walsh, Paul McCartney, Dave Edmunds, Steve Lukather and many friends, family and collaborators both old and new. Recorded at Roccabella West (aka: Ringo's home studio),, this collection of ten songs includes new material and covers from the past ("Money" and "Grow Old With…
 
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy New Rockstars
 
This week director and screenwriter Caspar Seale Jones joins Giles Alderson (The Dare) and Fizz and Ginger to talk about his debut feature To Tokyo. He talks about coming from a film-making family and how he originally trained in a animation background . He talks about the importance of story boarding and how important it is to prep a movie. Workin…
 
This week: Disc three from the Abbey Road box set. "Come Together", "Come and Get It" and more about the medley (aka "The Long One") and its individual components than you can shake a stick at. Consider the issue of "Mean Mister Mustard". The article was from "the summer of Love" in 1967, but John wrote the song in India. How did that end up happen…
 
This week director and screenwriter Ross Clarke chats about his career in film and his latest feature The Birdcatcher. A world War II period drama set in Norway. Giles Alderson (The Dare) & Andrew Rodger (Plebs) fresh from filming Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot in Wales talk about making the historical action film in wales and join Ross to tal…
 
Lonnie is back, and we continue our look at the Abbey Road Deluxe Anniversary Edition. This week, disc two. Goodbye, The Ballad of John and Yoko, demos, outtakes and works in progress. A few things that we have heard before, but many more tracks that have never found their way to bootlegs!By Ed Chen and Lonnie Pena
 
Today we’re joined by Director and Composer Raine McCormack to talk classic Hammer horror, and share our mutual love for The Wicker Man as we discuss his film The Village in the Woods, out on-demand in the UK now. Producer Robbie McKane catches up with Raine at the BFI LFF 2019 whilst Creator and host Giles Alderson gets some much deserved rest aft…
 
This week - home audio reproduction and The Beatles. Over the years, The Beatles have given us their music in many different styles. Without going into the multitudes of physical media we can count: mono, stereo, PCM Stereo, DTS, surround, 5.1, 7.1 and now Dolby Atmos. What does all this mean? I take the time out to explain (to the best of my knowl…
 
Director and screenwriter Rowan Athale joins us today to discuss his new film Strange But True, out on-demand in the UK now. We learn about how Rowan broke into the industry by producing shorts and commercials, eventually leading to his debut film Wasteland (known in the UK as The Rise) starring Timothy Spalland Vanessa Kirby, a script that he refu…
 
The Abbey Road 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition was released on September 26, 1969. This week, we start our review of the box with Disc 1 - the remixed album. Just how different is this mix from the original? Is it vastly different like "The White Album" or a bit more conservative like "Pepper"? We discuss and play snippets from the remix and an ori…
 
Actors, writers and lifelong friends Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells join us today to discuss their new film Good Posture, out in cinemas this week on October 4th. We learn about their inspirations, how they write, co-create and collaborate on set, in both Good Posture and their hit sitcom Doll & Em Dolly tells us a bit about her own background and …
 
Ringer Star (Mike C.) joins us again as we continue our discussion of what it's like to be the world's greatest Ringo Starr Tribute artist. This week - some of the people he's had a chance to play with (Mark Hudson, Joey Molland, members of Wings, Stan Perkins) and the places his travels have taken him (the Dingle to a session in Abbey Road).…
 
Legendary screenwriter and director David Koepp joins us to discuss his work on Jurassic Park, Mission Impossible, Death Becomes Her, Carlito’s Way and Panic Room. We learn about his writing process, collaberation with directors Steven Speilberg, Brian De Palma, Robert Zemeckis and David Fincher. David also speaks about his new book Cold Storage, a…
 
The first of two weeks with Mike C., better known as "Ringer Star: The World's Greatest Ringo Starr Tribute Artist." Ringer was recently in Houston for a private party including friends of the show Joe Baiardi and the Fab Five. We caught up with him and arranged for him to be on the podcast. We talk about his background, playing the drums, portrayi…
 
Director and screenwriter Simon Cox joins us to talk how he made his epic sci-fi passion project Invasion of Planet Earth with very little money and managed to get a cinema release! Simon sits down with Giles Alderson to talk about his journey as an director, his first film Driven, how that nearly broke him, how to deal with disappointments in film…
 
Week two of our look at the McGear box set from Cherry Red Records. Mike takes us through his memory of his promotional video for "Leave It", and more while sitting in LIPA (formerly the art school and the Liverpool Institute) and the Everyman Theater in Liverpool. We then discuss the outtakes and other tracks from Mike with and without "our kid". …
 
Director and screenwriter David Raymond joins Giles Alderson on this weeks podcast to talk casting and working with huge named talent including Henry Cavill and Sir Ben Kingsley on his debut film NOMIS aka Night Hunter. They chat how David went from politics to watching The Lord of The Rings to wanting to make movies and how he managed to charm his…
 
In 1974, just after Band on the Run was released, Paul and his brother Michael went into the studio to write and record an album that would rank among the more interesting Wings projects. This was not merely a novelty like "Thrillington", or an oddball piece like the later "Twin Freaks". The brothers combined strengths with the core of Wings (Linda…
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login