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Best Dead Ringers podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Dead Ringers podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Dead Ringers is a twice monthly horror podcast covering double features with shared DNA (e.g. premise, structure, concept), but distinct personalities. Each episode, host and producer Nolan McBride is joined by a rotating panel of co-hosts to analyze each film individually before comparing and contrasting the differences in their approaches and highlighting what each movie brings to the horror genre.
 
Nighttide podcast explores tales of the paranormal and occult by using story telling to create a very vivid and living picture of the topic. New episodes are released twice a month, posting every other Sunday. You can also catch us every Friday at 10:00 pm EST on the ParaX Radio Network (www.paraxradionetwork.com). Visit our website for articles, archives, and show schedule. https://nighttideradio.com
 
Based on a True Scary is a part true crime, part horror movie review podcast dedicated to debunking the spooky cinematic claim that is “based on a true story.” Hosts and horror fanatics Trisha and Jake crack the case film by film alongside special guests from the film world, comedy scene, and beyond to answer the ultimate question: what’s real vs. what’s reel?
 
Brave film explorer comrades Joey Reinisch and Chris McCaleb journey to far the reaches of cinema. In each mission, they will analyze, report and criticize a film from THE CRITERION COLLECTION, hopefully maintaining their sanity in the presence of extreme motion picture brilliance...or something.
 
Does getting the chills give you thrills? Fempop's new HorrorBelles podcast marries a love of the horror genre and a passion for feminism. Our hosts Cherlynn Low and Jill Scharr will geek out about the hottest movies, TV shows, games, comics and books in
 
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Police are appealing for more information about a German prisoner they’ve identified as a suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.The government sets out the quarantine rules for those entering the UK, and we hear from the UK Black Lives Matter protest in London.(Credit:John Boyega audio thanks to @HoxtonWestAid / @NaomiJasmin)Producers: H…
 
Some kids went back to school today in England. How is it working? Adam talks to pupils and a headteacher about their first day back. In non-coronavirus related news, Adam talks to Eugene Scott from the Washington Post about the protests in the United States sparked by the death of George Floyd, who suffered a cardiac arrest while being restrained …
 
Wanna play hide and clap? Too bad, because no spooky truths can hide when Jake and Trisha are on the scene. And this week, they're uncovering the real story behind the James Wan film that started an entire universe of spooky dolls, nuns, and turned The Warrens into demon-fighting superheroes. That's right. We're doing The Conjuring. This week, Jake…
 
As a government minister resigns and more Conservative MPs speak out over the prime minister’s top adviser Dominic Cummings, will Boris Johnson carry on standing by his man? We hear from Rev. Martin Poole, whose question over family lockdown fines seemed like it might prompt the government to look again at the issue. And what are immunity passports…
 
When can we go to gigs again? How are bands recording new music in lockdown? Can emerging artists get signed through their livestreams?Adam is joined by Dan Smith from Bastille, Beverley Whitrick of the Music Venues Trust, and Will Grant from Domino Records to look at how the coronavirus pandemic is changing the music industry.Producers: Natalie Kt…
 
When it comes to modern story-telling, it’s quite the over-used trope – the ‘who did it to me’ mystery, where the departed influences an investigation in order to reveal the details of their murder – bringing to justice the unsuspected killer. However, when it comes to folk lore and legends involving ghost stories, it is a theme which appears time …
 
The chancellor says we’re facing “a severe recession, the likes of which we haven’t seen”, and today saw some bleak numbers on jobs and benefits. We talk to two people whose careers have been badly affected by the pandemic, including a drag queen who has become a security guard! Producers: Harriet Noble, Frankie Tobi, Natalie Ktena and Georgia Coan…
 
Will coronavirus permanently change the film industry? And when can we go to the cinema again? In this blockbuster episode, Simon Mayo, Mark Kermode, and actor and director, Chris Addison, join us to talk movies. And 'Brexitcast Strikes Back'! Dr Katya Adler is back for a Brexit update.Studio Manager: Emma CroweProducers: Harriet Noble, Frankie Tob…
 
How many people in the UK have had coronavirus? Adam, Laura, Chris and Fergus chat everything we do and don’t know about antibody tests, immunity, and the rate of infection with Professor Tom Solomon from The University of Liverpool. And as the UK looks to expand on its ‘Test Track and Trace’ policy, we hear about the Seoul club night that sparked …
 
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced today that the government’s furlough support scheme that pays the wages of workers on leave due to coronavirus would be extended across all sectors until October. But, with employers being asked to contribute to the scheme from August onwards, questions remain. We hear Laura’s interview with the Chancellor, and …
 
Long: The PM unveils his ‘conditional plan’ to reopen society. People who can’t work from home should return to work and a new Covid Alert System will decide how lockdown restrictions will be eased in future. But there were a lot of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ in Boris Johnson’s speech. Adam, Laura, Chris and Fergus explain what we learnt and what we still do…
 
The Queen guitarist tells us bands need to "rethink" whether touring and playing to large crowds is appropriate in a post-corona world. We're joined by Theresa May's former chief of staff, Lord Gavin Barwell, to discuss lifting lockdown. And Stephanie Flanders from Bloomberg tells us how worried we should be about the economy.Producers: Frankie Tob…
 
Is it realistic to start thinking about a summer holiday abroad? Even if the airports reopen, will it be safe to travel? John Holland-Kaye, the chief executive of London Heathrow Airport joins the pod to talk about temperature tests and travel plans. And the prime minister Boris Johnson faces Labour leader Sir Kier Starmer for the very first time a…
 
Professor Neil Ferguson’s advice played a big part in the government imposed lockdown. But he’s now quit after the Daily Telegraph reported he allowed a woman to visit his home. Also, as Scotland considers introducing social bubbles, the stars of the TikTok house tell us what it’s like to live in one. And football legend, John Barnes and Radio 1 le…
 
How will government’s new test, track and trace strategy work? BBC Technology Correspondent, Rory Cellen-Jones, joins Adam, Laura and co to talk about the new NHS mobile app trial, the ins and outs of manual contract-tracing and the wonder that is the Isle of Wight. Producers: Nick Rotherham, Jo Deahl, Ben Weisz, Natalie KtenaAssistant Editor: Sam …
 
Baseball, you say? Never heard of it. We're almost two months into a global pandemic that has left us starved for baseball, and given the fact that this is a baseball podcast, that's a problem! Nick Groke, Colorado Rockies beat reporter for The Athletic, joins the Rocky Mountain Baseball Podcast to discuss what the Rockies looked like before the wo…
 
Ooohhhh hello everyone. How's everyone doing? Are you all losing your minds in quarantine? Well, so are your favorite horror hosts, Jake and Trisha! This week, they're breaking up their binge drinking to take a look at the true story behind the David Cronenberg classic Dead Ringers. And if you're like, "wait, that movie is based on a true story?? h…
 
What happened in Wuhan? Our woman keeping her eye on China, Carrie Gracie, joins us to delve into wet markets and government labs. Back on home soil, Matt Hancock succeeded in meeting his target for testing, but there is some sobering data about the people most impacted by Covid-19. Producers: Nicholas Rotherham, Harriet Noble and Seren Jones.Assis…
 
As the number of UK deaths from Coronavirus rises even further, Fergus visits a hospital taking part in a large scale clinical trial that hopes to find a treatment. Professor Martin Landray, one of the trial’s leads, tells Adam, Laura and Fergus how the 8,000 person trial aims to see if any existing drugs could offer a solution.Also on the podcast,…
 
Jon Culshaw and the former Foreign Secretary join us.David Miliband, who now heads up the International Rescue Committee, predicts there will be up to one billion cases of coronavirus in conflict affected and fragile countries. And Dead Ringers star Jon Culshaw joins the pod to celebrate the return of Alan Bennett’s (or should that be Chris Mason’s…
 
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