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Best David Tennant podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best David Tennant podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Join the Big Finish team on their regular adventures through time, space, Victorian London, Mars, the 1960s and the Torchwood Hub in Cardiff for witty banter (ahem), free stories, news, interviews and exclusive trailers. We are best known for our Doctor Who ranges of audio plays starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant, as well as a world of spin off adventures with Jago and Litefoot, UNIT, Captain Jack Harkness among others. We also produce ...
 
The podcast for everything comic book, animation, sci-fi and pop culture. Hosted by Jimmy Aquino & a rotating panel of co-hosts, CNI is your weekly dose of industry news, reviews and interviews. Past guests include: Stan Lee, John Romita, Sr., Jerry Robinson, Brian K. Vaughan, Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction, John Cassaday, Paul Pope, Darwyne Cooke, JM Dematteis, Steve Niles, Garth Ennis, Steve Rude, Kyle Baker, Jim Lee, James Jean, Alison Bechdel, Arthur Suydam, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, John ...
 
Hosted by Darrell Darnell and Clint Wichert, Gracepoint Podcast takes a careful examination of the characters, clues, and stories and the mystery of Gracepoint unfolds. Will they be able to solve the murder before Detective Emmett Carver (David Tennant) or Detective Ellie Miller (Anna Gunn)? Will you be able to solve it before Clint and Darrell? Tune in and find out!
 
Timey-Wimey Tea Time is where friends gather to share their love for Doctor Who in a casual, warm tone. We discuss sci-fi, fantasy, zombies, beauty, poetry, creative writing, and other geeky ponderings. You can interact with us live at http://twitch.TV/geekyantics Saturdays at noon Eastern (5pm in London) or by leaving us VM/SMS at (646) 801-2149. Message us @GeekyAntics or twtt@geekyantics.net - we love our fellow Whovians! | TWTT is hosted by Yomar Lopez @Yogizilla alongside recurring and ...
 
Classical guitar fanatic? Casual hobbyist? Segovia disciple? Regardless of your diagnosis, the tonebase Classical Guitar Podcast with David Steinhardt has the cure for you! Tune in every other Sunday for in-depth conversations with some of greatest minds in the classical guitar world. Guest artists include Scott Tennant, Judicael Perroy, Bill Kanengiser, Eliot Fisk, and Pepe Romero to list a few. Topics range from pedagogical philosophies, upcoming CD releases and performances, composing, ar ...
 
Mostly Harmless Cutaway podcast hosted by Eric, Josh, and Cat + often featuring Sean, Kat, Kyle, Chris, Erik, and Erika. If it's happening in the Doctor Who universe we're talking about it. Essential companion listening for those familiar with some other popular Doctor Who podcasts. If you were ever looking for a laid back show that doesn't take much seriously you've finally come home. Welcome all and be seeing you at #Gally1 or L.I. Who or WHO nose?! Please search out our copanion podcast o ...
 
This is a story about life. This is a story about light. This is a story of how some men are the product of their lives, and some are the prisoners of the choices they have made. This is a story about sin. Joseph Leighton is on the cusp of adulthood, his university days stretching before him with the luxury of rose-tinted foresight. David Leighton is Joseph's father, a grumpy, vicious sour man. Or is he a snake-hipped guitar god, with a shot at the big time? John Leighton is Joseph's grandfa ...
 
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Reviews: Hedra One-Shot, Wonder Woman #759, X-Factor #1, Muppets Now, The Umbrella Academy s2 Jimmy recruits some of his favorite audio reviewers again. Thanks to Jon, Melissa, and Marta! These 3 always give such insightful and great reviews and the powers that be at CNI appreciate them so much. Let us know if you've read and/or watched what we rev…
 
Qatari-American artist, writer, and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria discusses her screenplay for the latest big release from Sky Atlantic. Inspired by Anaïs Nin’s collection of erotic stories, Little Birds is set in the famous 'international zone' of Tangier. New York heiress Lucy Savage (Juno Temple) is fresh off the transatlantic steamer and ready for …
 
Barbara Kingsolver talks about her new book, How to Fly (In Ten Thousand Easy Lessons) which is only her second collection of poetry. As well as offering practical advice (on knitting, getting divorced, doing nothing) the poems are about family, and making peace with life and death. Barbara also reflects on the redemptive power of art and poetry it…
 
"In cannabis, data will be the most valuable asset" With cannabis intersecting three big industries; agriculture, retail and pharmaceutical the need for reliable industry data is compounded. Garvis Toler, the President of Data Services for Helix joins Dan Humiston to talk about why data collection is so important. He shares examples of how these th…
 
In our 17th episode of COMIC BEAT INSIDER (CBI), Heidi MacDonald (The Beat Chief) and Jimmy are joined by friends Jon Hoche and Ricardo Serrano. We discuss the cult John Carpenter film THEY LIVE starring Roddy Piper/Keith David/Meg Foster. Another film Jimmy had never seen until a few days ago. Do we chew bubblegum or kick ass? Do we OBEY? And how …
 
Film director Alan Parker is remembered by Dick Clements and Ian La Frenais, who wrote The Commitments.Disney Producer Don Hahn (Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King) joins Samira Ahmed to discuss his new documentary about the legendary lyricist Howard Ashman, who wrote Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and part of Aladdin, before dying of Ai…
 
Derry Girls creator Lisa McGee discusses her new TV series - psychological thriller, The Deceived. In the drama, inspired by Hitchcock’s Rebecca, Dial M for Murder and other classic films of that time, a student falls for her married tutor and after a shocking death finds herself doubting her own mind.Sculptor Heather Phillipson on putting whipped …
 
In the run-up to the announcement of the winner of the 2020 Women’s Prize for Fiction on the 9th of September, Front Row will be hearing from each of the six novelists on this year’s shortlist. We begin today with Hilary Mantel, whose novel The Mirror and the Light is the conclusion of her wildly acclaimed Thomas Cromwell series, which began with W…
 
The government has unveiled a plan to boost cycling with new bike lanes, vouchers for repairs and lessons on offer. But how easy is it to create a cycle-friendly city or town? Adam is joined by Jennifer Keesmaat, former chief city planner of Toronto, and the BBC’s unofficial cycling correspondent Jeremy Vine. Studio Director: Emma CroweProducers: F…
 
Shawanda Corbett, a ceramic artist and performer whose performances combine dance with music, prose and poetry, is the latest in our series of interviews with artists awarded a £10,000 Tate bursary in place of this year's Turner Prize. She was born with one arm and without legs and has developed a unique throwing technique in order to make pottery.…
 
Jamie Oliver joins Adam to talk through the government’s obesity strategy. And now that people returning from holidays in Spain have to quarantine for two weeks, can (and should) we still go abroad this summer? Also, how did a cat get coronavirus? Studio director: Michael RegaardProducers: Harriet Noble, Frankie Tobi, Natalie KtenaAssistant editor:…
 
Nigerian British writer Irenosen Okojie has been announced as the winner of this year’s £10,000 Caine Prize for African Writing. It was awarded for her story Grace Jones from her recent collection Nudibranch. We speak to her about the story.Kit de Waal discusses Supporting Cast, her new collection of short stories featuring characters from two of h…
 
The medical benefits of Cannabidiol (CBD) were most notably confirmed in the U.S. Government Patent 6,630,507 – “Cannabinoids as Antioxidants and Neuroprotectants”. Kannalife (OTCMKTS: KLFE) received a license to use the patent to conduct research on cannabinoid therapeutics. Dean Petkanas speaks to Dan Humiston about their discoveries for the trea…
 
In our 16th episode of COMIC BEAT INSIDER (CBI), Heidi MacDonald (The Beat Chief) and Jimmy are joined by cartoonist Nate Powell. We celebrate the comic trilogy MARCH by Congressman John Lewis/Andrew Aydin/Nate Powell. Nate talks of the process of drawing the series, his friendship with Congressman Lewis, the importance of the work and more. An oft…
 
Film director Mira Nair on A Suitable Boy - her six part BBC One adaptation of Vikram Seth's huge novel. Set in 1951 in newly independent, post-partition India, its cast of more than a hundred is entirely of Indian origin - the BBC’s first historical drama with no white characters. The book inspired Nair's film Monsoon Wedding, and she has long nur…
 
In July 2005 Anthony Walker an 18 year old black man was killed in a racist attack in Huyton, Merseyside. Jimmy McGovern’s new BBC drama Anthony - inspired by conversations with Gee Walker, Anthony's mother – is a 90 minute film looking at what his life might have been like had he lived. The story works backwards from him imagined at age 25 – marri…
 
We're going to level with you, friends: "Resolution" is the best Ryan episode. If you want to hear about what an episode that does right by Ryan looks like, go back and give that one a listen. But do check this out too, as we take a look at two series 11 episodes that feature Ryan prominently: "The Woman Who Fell To Earth" and "Rosa." For the first…
 
Jimmy decided to recruit some pals whom regularly attend San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) to share their memories of past years. Since it's not happening this year, we are all in mourning and it's great to hear these amazing and fun memories. Jimmy shares a few of his own as well. Maybe some celeb encounters? OF COURSE! What are some of your best SDCC me…
 
Oliver Stone has written or directed some of cinema's most powerful films - Midnight Express, Platoon, Scarface, Salvador, Natural Born Killers. Now he has written a memoir, Chasing the Light - How I fought my Way into Hollywood From the 1960s to Platoon. Making films, he tells Tom Sutcliffe, is his vocation, but getting them done...that's never co…
 
To maintain the cannabis industry's rapid growth it must bridge the many gaps between it and other more traditional industries. Fortunately, many former executives from other industries that are now working in cannabis are making it stronger by incorporating best-practices from both. Ceci Zak the COO at Gateway Proven Strategies talks to Dan Humist…
 
What’s in the long-awaited report on Russian interference in the UK?A delayed report released today by the Intelligence and Security Committee, accused the Government of ‘badly underestimating’ the level of threat. Our guest presenter Clive Myrie weighs up the fallout with Laura Kuenssberg, the BBC’s Russia Correspondent Steve Rosenberg, and financ…
 
An icon of 1960s feminism and freethinking, Nell Dunn – now in her 80s - author of Up The Junction, Poor Cow and Steaming talks to Tom Sutcliffe about The Muse, A Memoir of Love at First Sight about her friendship with a woman named Josie who inspired much of her work. Kelly O’Sullivan discusses her film Saint Frances which she has written and star…
 
Josephine Mackerras discusses her award winning first feature film, Alice, which she has directed, written and produced. Alice is living an enviable life in Paris with her handsome husband and young son. Then a card payment is refused, their bank account is empty and her husband disappears. He has spent their money using expensive escorts, which gi…
 
The cannabis infused products sector is very competitive; the constant surge of new brands make it difficult for established brands to maintain their market share. Despite the competition, Wana Brands, the number one edible brand in the United States in 2019 continues to increase its market share and expand into new markets. Joe Hodas joins Dan Hum…
 
In our 15th episode of COMIC BEAT INSIDER (CBI), Heidi MacDonald (The Beat Chief) and Jimmy are joined by friends Emily Edwards and Steph Crawford. This week, we chat about filmed versions of San Diego Comic-Con. A lot of us would normally be prepping for it right now so we are missing it terribly. Among the entertainment discussed: Comic Con IV: A…
 
American actress Alfre Woodard on her powerful lead performance as a death row prison warden in Clemency, written and directed by Chinoye Chukwu, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. The government has announced that live performance will be possible again in indoor venues from August. The London Symphony Orchestra has alre…
 
Prime Minister Boris Johnson laid out the next steps in easing lockdown restrictions today. Adam is joined by the BBC’s Vicki Young and James Gallagher to discuss how the UK could start to get life back to ‘significant normality’ in time for Christmas. Producers: Frankie Tobi, Natalie KtenaAssistant Editor: Sam BonhamEditor: Dino Sofos…
 
Film director and writer Mike Hodges, of Get Carter fame, on his 1989 film Black Rainbow, starring Rosanna Arquette. Despite being critically acclaimed, it went straight to video, but has now been restored and re-released on DVD and streaming.Plus, the financial plight of freelance arts workers in the pandemic: the government has agreed a £1.57 bil…
 
How will community theatre companies help restore audience confidence to go back into theatres after the lockdown? And how do we measure how important they are in bringing people to watch live theatre? Alan Lane is director of Slung Low and Holly Lombardo leads the National Rural Touring Simon Stephenson gave up a career as a paediatric doctor to p…
 
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