Best Charlie Brooker podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Angstrom
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A comedy series by writers Joel Morris and Jason Hazeley, of the Ladybird Books for Grown Ups, Charlie Brooker'sWipe, That Mitchell and Webb Look and A Touch of Cloth.Matthew Holness stars as Knut Ångström, a brooding, alcoholic, maverick Swedish detective from the tough streets of Oslo, in a Scandinavian detective yarn adapted from the bestselling Ångström trilogy by Martin English (writing as Bjorgen Swedenssonsson).Following the death of his wife, Ångström is posted to the Njalsland penin ...
 
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Front Row
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Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
Join Radio 1’s resident film buff Ali Plumb for movie news, reviews and extra behind-the-screens fun.
 
British comedian Adam Buxton talks with interesting people. The rambly conversations are sometimes funny, sometimes more serious with funny bits. Adam records the intros and outros for most episodes while walking with his dog friend Rosie in the East Anglian countryside where he lives with his wife and three children. Adam has appeared in films such as ‘Hot Fuzz’, ‘Stardust’ and ‘Son Of Rambow’ as well as a variety of TV shows in the UK. Since 2007 he has hosted ‘BUG’, a live show that combi ...
 
Dave Ruby Howe and Max Quinn are your guides through the week's best new independent Australian songs. Meet the next big Australian breakout and stay ahead of the curve. You'll also hear only the very best special content from triple j Unearthed.
 
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Dick Cheney film biopic Vice - nominated for eight Oscars - reviewed by former BBC North America Correspondent Gavin Esler.Actor, director, and founder of Northern Broadsides theatre company, Barrie Rutter, and folk musician Eliza Carthy on Jack Lear - Shakespeare’s King Lear set in 1970's Hull, now on stage at Hull Truck theatre.Disability and ...…
 
Tim & Genevieve's in Tin Star, Keith's ITV series is back & Dr Rangan's got a new book.
 
The nominations for the 91st Academy Awards were announced earlier today with Roma and The Favourite leading the list, with Black Panther the first superhero film to be nominated for best picture. Kirsty Lang is joined by film critics Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and Jason Solomons to consider the winners and losers, and assess whether there is a better ...…
 
Sanjeev talks greatest Icons,Charlie's got new Black Mirror & Mariella's got a new book.
 
Nicole Kidman discusses her first lead role for some time as she plays a tortured detective in the grimy LA-set thriller, Destroyer.John Cleland’s 18th century novel Fanny Hill has become known as 'the most famous banned book in the country'. Written in 1749, it tells the story of Frances ‘Fanny’ Hill who, after her parents' death, travels from ...…
 
Dermot's hosting the National Television Awards & Esther's presenting Do The Right Thing.
 
The 23-year-old star of Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird and now Beautiful Boy talks to Ali about his career so far.
 
The Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright MP, who today gave his ‘Value of Culture’ speech, in which he set out the government’s plans for a multi-million-pound investment in the arts and culture in the UK, discusses his plans to ‘unleash creativity across the nation’.This week the BBC radio schedules saw sweeping change with new presenters at the he ...…
 
Ali & Ace give us all the week’s movie and TV news alongside Ali’s review of Mary Queen Of Scots starring Saoirse Ronan & Margot Robbie and M Night Shyamalan’s follow-up to both Split and Unbreakable, Glass.
 
Jeremy chats about series 3 of The Grand Tour and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
 
Dr Hannah Fry talks all things nerds and geeks and give the ultimate rock paper scissors strategy. Rhianna Dhillion reviews Keira Knightley’s performance in the film Colette, and latest TV adaptation of Les Miserables
 
The impact of Brexit on the creative industries. Today a letter from the Business for People’s Vote Campaign, was published in the Times, signed by names including leaders of the creative industries, like Norman Foster, Terence Conran, and the bosses of Aardman Animation and Endemol Shine. We speak to John Kampfner, formerly of the Creative Ind ...…
 
Huey's got new music, Samuel's in a thriller, and Mark & Nigel are going on tour.
 
M. Night Shyamalan discusses his new film, Glass, the third in his comic book trilogy with Unbreakable and Split. It stars Samuel L Jackson, Bruce Willis and James McAvoy. The Sixth Sense director reveals how he storyboards every single shot, how he uses colour to denote character and why it’s so important for him to root his supernatural story ...…
 
Timothée is in Beautiful Boy, Aggie & Emma talk vinegar plus Jay, Harry, Aston & Louis.
 
Academy Award nominee Steve Carell continues his pursuit of more serious roles with his latest film Beautiful Boy. The true story is based on the parallel books by David and Nic Sheff, played by Steve and Timothée Chalamet, chronicling the years in which David tries to help his son, whose drug addiction is spiralling out of control.This weekend ...…
 
James talks about his book The 7 Second CV and Anton & Erin chat about their 2019 tour.
 
Octavian, the winner of BBC Music’s Sound of 2019 announced on Friday, is a true rags-to-riches story. The French-born rapper discusses how, after a turbulent upbringing which saw him homeless for some of his teenage years, he has gone on to make his mark on the scene and how music has always been a driving force for him.Seven years since TV se ...…
 
Hermione & John chat about Cold Feet plus Sara, Jo and Trevor on their new Radio 2 shows.
 
The creative minds behind Netflix’s darkly comic sci-fi TV series Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, speak to Ali about their latest episode. Well, film. Well, game. Hmm. Whatever it is, it’s called Bandersnatch, and it’s the streaming version of a Choose Your Own Adventure book, and it’s genuinely fascinating. So to find out more ...…
 
The immortal comedy duo of Laurel and Hardy have been given a second life on screen by John C. Riley and Steve Coogan in the new film Stan & Ollie. The actors have been nominated for their roles at the Golden Globes and BAFTAs respectively, and they discuss the film that tells the story of Laurel and Hardy’s final UK tour in the twilight of the ...…
 
Steve & John chat about playing Laurel and Hardy in the film, Stan & Ollie.
 
Ali and Ace talk about their thoughts on the this years Golden Globes awards and Ali gives his verdict on Holmes & Watson starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly and Stan & Ollie also starring John C. Reilly alongside Steve Coogan.
 
This week Dr Hannah Fry gets into why your favourite chocolate is shrinking, and the unexpected history of golden syrup. Sharon Horgan & Rob Delaney chat about the new series of their hit show Catastrophe, and Steve Coogan talks about his new film Stan & Ollie.
 
Hugh Jackman on his film The Front Runner, in which he plays Democratic contender Gary Hart, who in 1987 was ahead in the polls before an alleged affair shot down his chances of becoming US President.The winner of the Costa Biography Award, announced on Front Row this week, is The Cut Out Girl by Bart van Es. The author discusses his book which ...…
 
Keira's in Colette, Robson & Tom talk Grantchester & Rory talks digital trends for 2019!
 
The comedian Nish Kumar on why his latest stand up tour is his most political yet, and the challenge of keeping his satirical topical news television show, The Mash Report, fresh in these febrile times.The look of a building has always been an essential element in architectural design, but less conspicuous are its acoustic properties. Specialis ...…
 
It’s a press tour in reverse, as the creators of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch promote the movie after its release! James talks with Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones about the Netflix interactive hit, confirming the Black Mirror multiverse theory, how Bandersnatch was made and trying to figure out exactly what Sugar Puffs are… Listen to our exclu ...…
 
Sheridan's cleaning up, Anita's gone back to Victorian times and Sindhu's off on tour.
 
Keira Knightley discusses her new film about the celebrated French Belle Epoque author Colette, whose bestselling Claudine novels explored teenage sexuality and were inspired by her own life. Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan return with the BAFTA award-winning comedy series Catastrophe on Channel 4. Since becoming pregnant after a fast-moving roma ...…
 
The Tulleken's talk 'Twinstitute', Philip & Lesley talks new series & Huw previews 2019.
 
Charlie Brooker discusses his ground-breaking interactive film Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, where the viewer chooses multiple storylines. As Netflix's first adult live action interactive experience, does this herald the start of a new genre for entertainment?Sophie Raworth (Chair of Judges) announces the category winners of the Costa Book Awards ...…
 
Sandi's on tour & Bradley and his son talk about their show 'Breaking Dad'.
 
Saving Private Ryan, Jason Bourne, Good Will Hunting - Matt Damon talks to Radio 1's Ali Plumb about the stories behind his biggest films. Find why John Malkovich told him he was a terrible actor in Rounders and how we nearly didn't get more Jason Bourne.
 
Forrest Gump, Back to the Future and Castaway director Robert Zemeckis returns with new film Welcome to Marwen. Based on real-life events and starring Academy Award nominee Steve Carell, the film charts the unconventional way one man copes with losing his memory after a violent attack.As Carol Ann Duffy comes to the end of her ten year stint as ...…
 
Zoe is the new Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter and Davina's back with The 100K Drop.
 
Ali is resting after his Christmas and New Year Shenanigans so there are no reviews this week. However, Sunday's Screen Time Interview special will be with Bourne himself, Matt Damon. See you then!
 
Brexit: The Uncivil War stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Rory Kinnear as the leaders of the Leave and Remain campaigns. Written by James Graham, the one-off Channel 4 drama follows the campaigns as they compete for public attention and votes. TV critic David Butcher reviews.The Catcher in the Rye, narrated by 16-year-old Holden Caulfield, is perh ...…
 
Lauren chats about her new 6Music Breakfast show & Daley shares some 2019 fitness tips.
 
Olivia Colman is winning major awards for her portrayal of Queen Anne in The Favourite, Yorgos Lanthimos’ film about a scandalous love triangle between the monarch, the Duchess of Marlborough and her cousin Abigail Masham. Olivia Colman discusses the difference between playing Queen Anne and her other role as our present Queen Elizabeth in the ...…
 
Actress Keeley Hawes has long been a household name and seems to have an uncanny ability to pick parts that place her in the most talked about TV shows of their moment. In this extended interview we look back on her career, considering those key roles including the Home Secretary in the hugely popular Bodyguard, working on cult lesbian drama Ti ...…
 
How much were you paying attention to arts and culture in 2018? Critics Boyd Hilton, Katie Puckrik and Sarah Crompton, Raifa Rafiq from the Mostly Lit podcast, and actress Maureen Lipman battle it out to see who'll be crowned champion in our cultural quiz of the year. Plus what is your favourite cultural depiction of New Year's Eve? Presenter: ...…
 
Ali's number one film of 2018 is Lady Bird, so to celebrate Greta Gerwig's award-winning coming-of-age drama, here's a special Saoirse Ronan interview from way back in January, talking about the film that earned Ronan her third Oscar nomination. That's right, third. A reminder: she's just 24-years-old.…
 
It's time to go further down the Black Mirror rabbit hole than ever before! December 28th saw the release of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch - an interactive experience from Netflix. Join host James Ide chatting with Producer Dan, who has spent far too long trying to save Stefan from Charlie Brooker. 80's nostalgia, game theory versus audience theor ...…
 
Journalist and novelist Jonathan Freedland remembers the Israeli author Amos Oz who died today.Tim Robey, Susannah Clapp and Laura Barton - film, theatre and music critics - look ahead to the notable arts events of the upcoming year.The legendary comic book creator and Marvel figurehead, Stan Lee, died earlier this year. Today, on what would ha ...…
 
2018 has been a massive year for the movie industry but which ones, in our superhero Ali Plumb's mind, were the best? Prepare for some surprises as he counts down to his number one choice.
 
Internationally-acclaimed land artist Chris Drury's latest project is a dry stone chamber at the end of a remote peninsular overlooking Morecambe Bay in Lancashire. As the tide recedes, Stig brings us some 'slow radio' as he crosses the causeway and heads for Sunderland Point to meet the artist, as well as Andrew Mason, the Master Craftsman and ...…
 
It's estimated that almost three million people in the UK now belong to a choir. Kirsty Lang explores why this might be, and looks at the evidence that singing is really good for us.The Sixteen is a professional choir which celebrates its 40th anniversary next year. It's founder, Harry Christophers, and one of the sopranos, Charlotte Mobbs, tal ...…
 
Adam enjoys some festive waffle with Joe Cornish. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Matt Lamont for additional editing. Music and jingles by Adam Buxton (except for use of ‘Barnicle Bill The Sailor’ and karaoke backing tracks from ‘Hamilton’ by Lin Manuel Miranda for ‘Buckleton’ songs) RELATED LINKS BEAM (HOMELESS C ...…
 
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