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Best David Naylor podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best David Naylor podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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After surviving a near fatal brain injury David has had to learn how to live again. There is loss of memory and identity yet there is no loss without gain. Whilst lying in hospital a song played in his mind, then another and he realised he'd once written them. They were asking to be sung and they gave him the words for his One Last Poem.
 
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Back in January 2020, Poran Malani joined us for #OFC20 and talked about how, for him, the perception and reality of farming was experiencing the biggest gap in his thirty year career. He also talked about the necessity of fresh food in developing countries and delivering it direct to the consumer because people were not prepared to travel to the p…
 
You're already eating GM plants and genetically modified animal meat could be in our very near future - in fact if you're in Canada, you might already be eating GM fish without knowing it. That's just a fraction of what we found out this week from author and scientist Dr. Helen Pilcher, who told us about the history, present and future of genetic m…
 
This Friday's live watch-along is Okja - a genre-defying, heart-stopping piece of filmmaking that somehow manages to combine the intimate story of a young girl’s relationship with her only companion, and a savage commentary on consumerism, capitalist culture, the food industry and the facade of PR-driven corporate conscience. We explain how we felt…
 
It's a mega double header for Travelling Symphony Movie Club this week! On Saturday evening, we’ll be watching Bend It Like Beckham - the Gurinder Chadha-directed classic from 2002. Starring Parminder Nagra and Keira Knightley, the film follows Jess as she chases her dream of playing organised football against the backdrop of a disapproving family.…
 
If you've ever wondered anything about Jurassic Park's dinosaurs, you've come to the right place. We speak to palaeontologist and Dinosaur Researcher at the Natural History Museum Dr. David Button, who explains: Why "Everything you know about raptors is wrong" How fast a T. Rex really could have run Whether Nedry's nemesis, the dilophosaurus, could…
 
Welcome...to Jurassic Park. We're looking forward to our live watch-along of Jurassic Park this Friday (8th May) at 7:45pm. In this preview we chat to Tom Fishenden (@tom_jurassic on both Twitter and Instagram) - he's a contributor to The Jurassic Park Podcast, as well as a number of other Jurassic Park fan sites and channels. It was great to hear …
 
We had the privilege of speaking to Searching For Sugar Man producer Simon Chinn, one of the key figures in helping take the movie from director Malik Bendjelloul’s kitchen table all the way to Oscars success. Simon gave us fantastic insights - from how a last-minute conference call decided the movie’s name, to how a special appearance from Rodrigu…
 
We look forward to this week's live watch-along of Searching For Sugar Man, an extraordinary documentary that uncovers one of the most unbelievable stories in 20th Century music.The film follows the journey of two South Africans as they try to find out what happened to the most influential artist of their generation - Sixto Rodriguez.Rodriguez, a f…
 
For this week's companion podcast we had the chance to speak to professor, historian, author and broadcaster Peter Caddick-Adams, a man with a wealth of knowledge and fantastic insights into military history. Peter told us about the events that led to the evacuation of Dunkirk, which bits of Christopher Nolan's film were based on reality and which …
 
Travelling Symphony Movie Club's sixth live watch-along is Dunkirk - we'll be on Instagram Live with our weekly intro on Friday 24th April at 7:45pm, before we all press play on the film at 8pm sharp (it's available on Netflix in the UK). On this week's preview pod we talk about our first time watching Dunkirk at the Science Museum, how incredible …
 
We were so lucky this week to have the chance to speak to Gurinder Chadha, director of Blinded By The Light. The acclaimed filmmaker joined us on Friday for our live watch-along, as well as speaking to us on Instagram Live both before and after the movie to chat and answer questions. Gurinder gave us amazing insights into the way the film came to l…
 
We look forward to tonight's live watch-along of Blinded By The Light and discuss what we love about the film - its universality and message, as well as how well it captures the feeling of being a teenager discovering great music for the first time. We also, of course, have our weekly parish notices. If you'd like to watch along tonight, the movie …
 
We've got a sensational episode for this week's Imitation Game companion, with two brilliant guests to shed some light on the true stories behind the movie. First, we speak to Professor Chris Grey, an expert in Organisational Theory and author of Decoding Organisation - a book detailing the inner workings of Bletchley Park during World War Two. In …
 
We look forward to Friday's live watch-along of The Imitation Game - it's available to watch for free as part of your Amazon Prime subscription (if you have one). In this week's preview, we discuss not only how the film caused a bit of controversy over its historical accuracy, but also what the balance is between highlighting a specific issue and r…
 
We're so excited for this week's Paddington 2 companion podcast as we got the chance to chat to actor, writer and overall cinema fan Sanjeev Bhaskar. Sanjeev played Dr. Jafri in the film and has a fantastic career across film, television and radio - he broke new ground with his TV shows Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars at Number 42. We covered a…
 
We can't wait for our live watch-along of Paddington 2 on Friday evening, so we're chatting about some of the things that we think helped make this film the best-reviewed of all time on Rotten Tomatoes. Storybook cinema, the positive influence of immigration on society and Hugh Grant's movie-stealing performance all feature as we preview one of the…
 
It's our first companion podcast! We'll be aiming to release one of these to go with every movie to explore its themes, ideas and concepts. This week, we're talking I, Tonya with the fantastic Sarah Marshall - a native of Tonya Harding's home city of Portland, Oregon and the author of the 2014 essay that redefined the skater's reputation. Read Sara…
 
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