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Footballistically Arsenal

Footballistically Arsenal

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Boyd Hilton and Josh Landy are Footballistically Arsenal, the long running AFC podcast (with some very special guests from stage, screen and the press and a smattering of ex players). Subscribe to the podcast now! Get all the links to this show at ArsenalPodcast.net
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From the creators of The Empire Film Podcast, The Pilot TV Podcast is your (spoiler free) guide to the essential new shows dropping each week across terrestrial, satellite, streaming and beyond. Bringing you the latest news and reviews, as well as interviews with the biggest names in TV, we're here to cut through the rubbish and make sure every minute you spend in front of the box is a minute worth spending. Served with a heavy helping of insider knowledge, irreverence and humour, the Pilot ...
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Comedian, actor and writer David Mitchell discusses Back Story - his frank and funny memoir in which he reveals how to become a comedian, how to buy underpants, the danger of lobsters, and much more. Moderated by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store Regent Street.
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Moa Gammel and Henrik Björn talk about their new show. Jordskott is a gripping Nordic crime thriller that sees police investigator Eva Thörnblad drawn into a haunting mystery with dark forces at work. Hosted by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
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Actors Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and Amanda Abbington, writer Steven Moffat and producer Sue Vertue discuss the new series of hit BBC TV programme, Sherlock. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London by Boyd Hilton.
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Author and comedian Rob Brydon (Gavin and Stacey, The Trip) discusses his first literary title. Small Man In A Book is a frank memoir about the life of a young man from Wales and how he very, very slowly became an overnight success. Moderated by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.
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Actor Lennie James (The Walking Dead) discusses his new Sky 1 show. Critical follows a team of highly skilled doctors and nurses as they fight to save patients during the most life-threatening hour of their treatment. Hosted by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
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Comedian, actor and author Russell Brand discusses his first ever stand-up world tour, Messiah Complex. Bringing his unique, outspoken and, above all, funny observations to his latest stand-up show, Russell continues to ask the questions that nobody else does. Moderated by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store, Regent Street.
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Actor Andrew Scott discusses his new film. The Stag sees best man Davin’s (Scott) plans for a stag do in rural Ireland take a detour, resulting in a hilarious and heart- warming journey of friendship, fear and male bonding. Hosted by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
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David S. Goyer and cast members Tom Riley, Blake Ritson and Eros Vlahos discuss Da Vinci's Demons. Following the untold story of genius Leonardo Da Vinci during his early years, the final season sees the artist, inventor and swordsman confronted with an Ottoman invasion, betrayal, a Roman Crusade and a series of grisly murders. Hosted by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store, Covent Garden in London.
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Series creator Ricky Gervais (The Office, Extras) and actor Warwick Davis (Return of the Jedi, Harry Potter, Willow) discuss their new TV series. Life's Too Short is a fake documentary about a talent agency for small people, 'Dwarves For Hire', that is run by an actor (Davis) who takes the best jobs for himself. Moderated by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.
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Joanne Froggatt (Anna Bates) and Ed Speleers (Jimmy Kent) discuss the Emmy and Golden-Globe winning series ‘Downton Abbey’. Set in a fictional Yorkshire country estate, Downton Abbey depicts the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the post-Edwardian era. Moderated by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Regent Street in London.
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The multi-award winning Jack Whitehall and other members of the cast and crew discuss their latest film. A big screen adaptation of the smash hit BBC comedy series 'Bad Education', The Bad Education Movie is a coming of age story like no other, the best school trip ever! Hosted by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store, Covent Garden in London.
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The multi BAFTA award-winning drama Skins returns to E4 and iTunes. The brand new cast discusses what's in store for series five at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London. Boyd Hilton from Heat magazine is joined by Alexander Arnold (Rich), Laya Lewis (Liv), Will Merrick (Alo), Dakota Blue Richards (Franky), Jessica Sula (Grace), Sean Teale (Nick), and the director of episodes 1 and 4 of the current series, Amanda Boyle. Download series 5 on iTunes.
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Matt Smith discusses the return of Doctor Who. Now in its 50th year, Doctor Who will return to BBC One with eight epic adventures - from a modern day urban thriller, to a ghost story, to an underwater siege. The new series will have plenty of surprise guest stars and will also introduce new monsters, as well as bringing back fan favourites, the Ice Warriors and Cybermen. Moderated by Boyd Hilton at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
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The cast and creator of Friday Night Dinner discuss their hit new show at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London. The cast of Channel 4's newest hit comedy -- Tamsin Greig (Green Wing, Black Books), Simon Bird (Inbetweeners), Paul Ritter (Pulling), Mark Heap (Green Wing) and Tom Rosenthal -- are joined by series creator Robert Popper to screen clips and answer questions from the audience. Moderated by Boyd Hilton, editor of Heat magazine.
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Podcast dedicated to the original and best version of The Office. We watchalong through the episodes and have some guests join us along the way, including interviews with the cast and crew of the show as well as superfans who all have influenced by the greatest British sitcom of all time. Dont forget to follow us on twitter @outofofficepod_
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Walton Goggins and Lesley Sharp join us on this week’s show. Not together, of course, because the former is with us to chat Ghoul life in Prime Video’s Fallout and the latter is here in her capacity as head of MI5 in ITV’s Red-Eye. And speaking of Red-Eye, we review that show, which sees Richard Armitage on the flight from hell, as well as Glaswegi…
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Execs from several newsrooms come together to debate how to cover the next general election in this brave new world of AI, deep fakes and partial broadcasting. Media news and analysis with Matt Deegan. We speak to Sam Woodhouse, the BBC’s Election Night Editor about the updates coming to the broadcaster’s coverage - and why some new technologies ar…
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Gareth ‘The Bear’ Parker fresh from a trip to the Amex as Arsenal beat Brighton 3-0 and would end the weekend top of the Premier League table after Liverpool dropped points at Old Trafford. The title is in Arsenal’s hands with just 7 games to go in this nail biting title race… With 10 wins from 11 …
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Sometimes we at the Pilot TV podcast are the very embodiment of calm, dignified professionalism. This is not one of those times. An early recording prompts unfettered anarchy this week as the team go full Joanna Page, cover a postbag slot we’ve done before and only half review one of the shows (we had our reasons). But all of that’s okay, becasue S…
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How does Channel 4 plan to run its own production arm? And how long does the BBC have in its current form? Matt Deegan is joined by Dr Jon Wardle (NFTS) and broadcast consultant Ann Charles to digest the week’s media news. Also on the programme: when the local radio market fails, can community radio fill the gap? Trevor Dann reports from Whitehall.…
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Dean Allan - AKA AFCAMDEN on social media, to reflect on a crucial point being secured in Manchester at the home of the treble winners. We reflect on what might have been for Arsenal, on a largely pleasing day as the Gunners shut out Haaland and co, yet still being left as third favourites in the t…
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Not only do we have a 3 Body Problem Spoiler Special with the showrunners now available over on Pilot TV+, but stars John Bradley and Benedict Wong also drop by this week to chat about the show. Elsewhere, we’re raging over the unjust and unforgivable cancellation of The Lazarus Project (for shame, Sky!), examining this year’s RTS awards, and explo…
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Matt Deegan is in LA this week for this annual podcast industry event, talking to the great and good of the US podcast scene. Tom Webster discusses the need to persuade media buyers that podcasting is the safest bet in marketing; James Cridland returns for some updates to Spotify... and podcaster Sangeeta Pilai discusses how her focus on US audienc…
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Trevor Harris to preview Arsenal’s biggest Premier League game in many years as the Gunners head to the Etihad for a top of the table clash this Sunday. Optimism? Hope? Or just enjoying the occasion… we preview the massive fixture and wonder what might be… thanks for listening! arsenalpodcast.net @…
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We’re all about the Bolsheviks this week, as Ewan McGregor returns to our screens for A Gentleman In Moscow on Paramount+ and drops by this podcast to tell us about his Muskovite adventures first hand. Plus, we explore the chaotic life of Nicola Coughlan’s character in Channel 4 comedy Big Mood and catch up with Diane Morgan’s similarly anarchic an…
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Is the BBC planning to take ads in the UK? We look into a curious story from The Times this week, and its implications for British audio businesses. Independent media news and analysis, with guests Alex Farber (The Times), Faraz Osman (Gold Wala) and James Cridland (Pod News). Also on the programme… The head of BBC England’s radio stations, Chris B…
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Loki, Luther and We Own This City star Wunmi Mosaku joins us this week to talk all things Passenger, a supernatural mystery show coming to ITV on Sunday at 9pm. Plus we finally get to talk about 3 Body Problem in full and reveal whether Netflix’s new show from the creators of Game Of Thrones could crack Kay’s anti sci-fi armour. Opinions divide qui…
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What does this latest photoshop faux pas tell us about media consumers and levels of trust in the media? Matt Deegan is joined by Charlotte Tobitt (Press Gazette) and Rebecca Cooney (Broadcast) to discuss the major media news of the week. Also on the programme: The Telegraph Media Group deal is not yet done, as our Government intends to legislate t…
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Adam Bernstein to reflect on a dramatic late winner at the Emirates, and a dream draw in Manchester as Arsenal hit the summit of the Premier League table with 10 games to go. Can we win the title? Do we need to win at Manchester City? And how many gladiators will Boyd be meeting on Tuesday? Thanks …
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Is there a Falcon in the house? Yes there is, in fact, because Anthony Mackie joins us on this week’s show to talk apocalypse survival, not listening to Taylor Swift, and of course Twisted Metal, which comes to Paramount+ next week. Elsewhere, James has a revelation about 3 Body Problem, Kay ponders the existential dilemma of slow-burn TV, and we g…
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As Talk TV moves online and GB News reveals dire finances... we look back at the health of the start-up news channels. Media news and analysis, with Matt Deegan and guests Jake Kanter (Deadline) and Chris Lochery (Popbitch). Also on the programme… Global looks to STV’s boss to lead the company. What challenges are ahead for the UK’s biggest commerc…
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Geoff Arsenal to reflect on a record breaking demolition of Sheffield United as the goals keep flowing for the Gunners. Josh reflects on a trip to Bramall Lane, Alan Algers tipping, empty seats, and we look ahead to Ramsdale’s return in goal at the weekend. Thanks for listening! arsenalpodcast.net …
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Julianne Moore pays a visit to the Pilot TV pod studio this week, chatting seducing monarchs in Sky Atlantic’s Mary & George alongside director Oliver Hermanus/ Plus we climb into the brain of Guy Ritchie for his Netflix spinoff of The Gentlemen, and get to find out what’s going on with Jen and Jizzlord in series two of Disney+’s Extraordinary. And…
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Should we stop building studios? In the wake of the latest AI developments, that’s what Tyler Perry is doing. But is he right to do so? Media news and analysis with Jane Ostler (Kantar) and Professor Lis Howell (City University). Also on the programme… New Zealand’s challenger channel dumps news and takes the country back to 1989. And Vice closes i…
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There can be only one thing more exciting than James Clavell’s Shōgun getting a brand new TV adaptation on Disney+, and that’s a special Pilot TV/Empire crossover podcast recorded to mark the occasion! Join Chris Hewitt, James Dyer and Nick de Semlyen as they get together to talk all things Japanese, Nick’s epic read of Clavell’s 1300 page book, an…
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Alan Alger to reflect on a strong and decisive victory against a disappointing Newcastle United side. As the Gunners close the gap on leaders Liverpool to just 2 points. We reflect on another encouraging night at the Emirates where the goals flowed in front of an excellent atmosphere that got Arsen…
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This episode is one for nerds and normies alike as we begin with an audit of the accessibility of sci-fi films and, unexpectedly, trainers. Bit that’s not all, because Fellow Travellers star Jonathan Bailey drops by to talk about that show with Boydy, and James finally gets the chance to hold forth on Shōgun, managing to explode Kay’s brain in the …
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As the Broadcasting Press Guild celebrates 50 years of service, we bring together some board members to discuss the future of the sector. Media news and analysis, with guests Caroline Frost (Radio Times) and media writer Kate Bulkley. Also on the programme… All3Media finally gets bought. why did Jeff Zucker want to purchase it for his media empire?…
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Gareth ‘The Bear’ Parker to reflect on another magnificent away victory as Burnley were well beaten. We reflect where Arenal stand in this three horse title race, the magnificent goal swing of recent weeks, seeing Cedric back on the pitch, and look ahead to a trip to Porto before we welcome Newcast…
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Jodie Foster joins us on the show this week, to talk about the grand finale of True Detective: Night Country. We get properly into all the twists and turns of that show but don’t worry if you’ve not had a chance to watch the final episode yet, because we’ve put the interview at the very end of the episode with clear spoiler markings (PSA: all six e…
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The Superbowl was big this year. Really big... but not big enough to beat an economic crisis. We look at the issues at Paramount, with broadcast consultant Paul Robinson & media writer Scott Bryan. Also on the programme: Channel 4 pushes back against Richard Osman’s analysis of the troubled broadcaster. But who’s right? Or more right? Our panel deb…
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With Sidekick Josh on a flight to La-La Land, Boyd is joined by friends of the pod Oli Shorts and Dean, aka @AFCamden, to bask in the joy of our 0-6 humiliation of West Ham. We reflect on a performance for the ages, the many men of the match and the ongoing celebration police narrative. Plus a prediction-fest at the end. arsenalpodcast.net @arsenal…
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You’ll have to have listened to last weeks’ Pilot+ to hear our review of One Day but fear not if you didn’t catch that, because stars Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall join us this week to discuss Netflix’s adaptation of the hit David Nicholls book. And speaking of turbulent romances, Alice And Jack comes to Channel 4 this week and sees Domhnall Gleeson a…
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This week Matt Deegan is joined by Senior Director of Strategy at Edelman UK, Karin Robinson and head of Radio Techcon Ann Charles. this week the BBC has announced a slate of new stations, UK broadcasters have clubbed together and a new sports offering is set to hit our feeds. The panel discuss all of this and also test their headline knowledge in …
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Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Alan Alger to reflect on one of the best performances of the season as the Gunners beat top of the table Liverpool 3-1 to close the gap to just 2 points. We reflect on Arteta’s important team selections, a rousing atmosphere at the Emirates, Jorginho’s influence and asses our situation now in the t…
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We may not be reviewing it till next week but Alice And Jack is winging its way to screens very soon and stars Domhnall Gleeson and Andrea Riseborough — both of whom join us on the show this week to chat with Boydy. No one does awkward quite like Larry David so we're delighted to welcome him back to the screen for the 12th and final season of Curb …
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