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A weekly podcast with film critic Mark Kermode with a series of different elements including: a podcast version of MK3D - the live show he does every month at BFI Southbank which includes movie guests and questions from the audience, Head to Head with Jack Howard in which they argue about the merits or otherwise of classic and contemporary films, 2001 Films You Must See Before You Die, Hell's Video Store plus Movie Time Travel - where Mark visits a famous film location.
 
Mark Kermode's film reviews, BBC Radio Five Live. Five Live's resident film critic, never one to sit on the fence or to pull his punches, Mark Kermode, joins Simon Mayo for a weekly run-down of the latest UK cinema releases, often accompanied by a special guest from the movie world. Controversial, hard-hitting and unmissable. For more information and the podcast Terms of Use go to www.bbc.co.uk/fivelive.
 
The SpielbergPod is a show where me and some friends rewatch the films of Steven Spielberg going through them one at a time . It's a mix of film discussion, humour and just good ol' fashioned conversation among friends. Features of the show include recastings of the films with current day actors, companion pieces to the film and top five lists.
 
Film Stories with Simon Brew is a podcast that looks to dig into the stories behind popular movies. From troubled productions, to rights issues, to difficulties with release to films nearly falling apart, the podcast will be looking at the stories that don't always seem apparent when watching a movie! The podcast is hosted by Simon Brew, the founder of Den Of Geek. You can find Simon at www.twitter.com/simonbrew
 
Silverlake Priestess hosted by Priestess, Musician, and Women's Empowerment Coach Jaime Black is a journey into one woman's story of discovering her Sacred Purpose and her ability to help other's do the same. Jaime delves into Women's Sacred Mysteries, Womb Wisdom, Sacred Sisterhood, Red Tents, Goddess Culture, Moon Circles, Ritual, Tarot Reading, Psychic Practice, witchcraft and more. Great for Women discovering their inner Priestess and wanting to connect to the ancient sisterhood.
 
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Mark Kermode reviews MLK/FBI. Documentary exploring the United States government's investigations into and harassment of Martin Luther King. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscribe to our podcast for more reviews, i…
 
Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo review the week's movies, including Stardust, MLK/FBI, Blithe Spirit and Dear Comrades! Plus Ralph Fiennes talks about his new film, The Dig.Also on the programme, interviews with key figures from the world of cinema, as well as your emails, and the latest Box Office top ten.00:22:37 Virtual American road trip films00:29…
 
In a special episode of the Film Stories podcast, Simon is joined by the UK's most prominent film critic, Mark Kermode. They chat about the new series of Mark Kermode's Secrets Of Cinema, as well as the current state of film criticism, Wittertainment, and a film that Simon thinks Mark should never have chosen for worst of the week... Find Simon on …
 
Mark Kermode reviews Archive. In 2038, an expert in AI secretly attempts to reunite with his deceased wife through his latest prototype. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscribe to our podcast for more reviews, inter…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Stardust. A heavily fictionalised account, chronicling David Bowie's first trip to the United States in 1971, and the creation of his alter-ego, Ziggy Stardust. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not sub…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Blithe Spirit. A writer suffering from writer's block enlists the help of a medium to hold a séance, unwittingly recalling the spirit of his deceased wife - creating an otherworldly love-triangle with his new wife of five years. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include yo…
 
The first titles of the 2021 season have been won and players are now flocking to Australia for two weeks of quarantine. But not everything is going according to plan, with Andy Murray isolating at home after testing positive for covid-19 and Tennys Sandgren boarding his flight to Melbourne despite returning a positive test. We react to those two b…
 
We’re only halfway through the first week of the new season but there’s already plenty for us to cover, including the fine form shown by Maria Sakkari and Aryna Sabalenka in Abu Dhabi, a curious collapse from Sofia Kenin, news of a separate Australian Open quarantine in Adelaide for top players, David Ferrer and Alexander Zverev’s split, Dayana Yas…
 
In the new episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, the film that was supposed to win Martin Scorsese an Oscar, and a sequel that originally wasn't going to happen. Back in the late 70s, Martin Scorsese took out an advert declaring Gangs Of New York to be his next film. When he finally got to make it, it'd be something of a nightmare production. Cr…
 
Anna Bogutskaya reviews Wonder Woman 1984. Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman faces new foes in 1980s America. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Anna’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscribe to our podcast for more reviews, interviews and general wittering of …
 
Anna Bogutskaya reviews Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets. The regulars gather for the last night of Las Vegas dive bar, The Roaring 20s. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Anna’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscribe to our podcast for more reviews, interviews …
 
Anna Bogutskaya reviews Sylvie's Love. In 1950s Harlem, a young woman meets an aspiring saxophonist in her father's record shop, sparking romance. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Anna’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscribe to our podcast for more revi…
 
Anna Bogutskaya reviews Pieces of a Woman. When a woman's home birth ends in a horrific tragedy, she begins a year-long period of mourning that affects her relationships will all those around her. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Anna’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like th…
 
Ben Bailey Smith and Anna Bogutskaya are joined by Vanessa Kirby who talks about her new film Pieces of a Woman. Plus your essential streaming reviews including the new Jackie Chan film Vanguard, Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha in Sylvie’s Love and drama documentary Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets, about the last days of a Las Vegas dive bar. Ben and…
 
In this episode we navigate Billie Jean’s mischief to cover the matches we’ve seen and the storylines that have arisen in Abu Dhabi so far, more news about the Melbourne swing prior to the Australian Open, and confirmation of some WTA quarantine practice pairings. We also pay tribute to Bob Brett and Tom Perrotta, who the tennis world sadly lost th…
 
We’re starting the new year with a bumper edition of the pod to conclude our countdown of the best ever moments of tennis aggro. The Top 5 looks like this: 5 - Andy Murray, “Shut up!” & “Everyone hates you” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo_E_azZOoc & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-XiZF08DY8 4 - Jeff Tarango defaults himself at Wimbledon - ht…
 
In this episode- where I'm joined by Jake, Kieran and Paul- we wrap up this mini-series on the films of the MCU Phase One by discussing the Joss Whedon film, 'The Avengers'. Expect more than a little conversation on 'Justice League' (including my thoughts on upcoming The Synder Cut), a recasting of the film were being directed by Wes Anderson, lots…
 
Simon and Mark present their favourite bits of the show from across the year including reviews of The Ringmaster, Dolittle and I'm Thinking of Ending Things and interviews with Werner Herzog, Charlize Theron and Richard Dreyfuss.Download the Kermode and Mayo podcast from the BBC Sounds app.Email: mayo@bbc.co.uk Twitter: @wittertainment…
 
The moment has arrived. After 780 episodes, the time has finally come to dedicate a couple of pods to some of the best ever moments of tennis aggro. In part one of our countdown: 10 - Serena/Jankovic, Dubai 2014: http://youtu.be/rZCOCPbIPKc 9 - Errani/Cornet, “Why you say vamos?”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLRV7QCs5L0&ab_channel=nobodycares 8…
 
Our third and final instalment of Sliding Doors tennis sees us talk about a medley of moments which have shaped Roger Federer’s career, the period Serena Williams missed after stepping on glass in 2010, and a world in which Billie Jean King didn’t win the Battle of the Sexes. We also discuss the news that Federer will miss the Australian Open and t…
 
In a special episode of the Film Stories podcast, Simon is joined by Saturday Night Fever and WarGames director John Badham for a special episode. They chat about Badham's updated book, and then explore films he's not asked about quite as much: Drop Zone, The Assassin/Point Of No Return, The Hard Way and Nick Of Time for instance. That, and stories…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Adoration. Paul and his mother live in near isolation in the woods, near the hospital where she works. When Paul meets new patient Gloria, they set out on a perilous journey as he tries to help her escape. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show ev…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Mayor. Musa Hadid, the mayor of Ramallah in Palestine, tries to take the city forward and into the future during his second term in office. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscribe to our podcast…
 
Mark Kermode reviews One Night in Miami. On 24th February 1964, Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Sam Cook and Jim Brown discuss their positions and responsibilities within the civil rights movement and the changing culture of 1960s America. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the s…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Soul. Joe, a musician who has lost his passion for music, finds his spirit transported out of his body, having to find his way back and learn what it means to have soul. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, wh…
 
Mark and Simon are joined by Director Pete Docter who talks about his new film Soul.We’ll also have your essential streaming film reviews including documentaries Mayor and Sing Me a Song, and French drama Adoration. Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week, recommend a home entertainment purcha…
 
We’re back with a Christmas Eve special to discuss more Sliding Doors moments from tennis history. Would Tim Henman have won Wimbledon in 2001 if it hadn’t rained during his semi-final against Goran Ivanisevic? Could Juan Martin del Potro have turned the Big 4 into a Big 5 if his career hadn’t been interrupted by injuries? And how would tennis have…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Paul to discuss 'Captain America: The First Avenger' as part of our Marvel/ MCU Phase One coverage. Expect spoilers for future Marvel films (up to the end of Phase Three) as well as criticism and praise for the film, me comparing the Tory Party with the Nazis and also Paul pondering life as a member of Hydra.…
 
This week we’re taking an in-depth look at some Sliding Doors moments in tennis history. In part one, how would Rafael Nadal’s rivalry with Roger Federer have been different if Nadal had been a natural right-hander? Would Martina Hingis have won the calendar Grand Slam if she hadn’t fallen off a horse prior to Roland Garros in 1997? And how might M…
 
In this Christmas Special Emily goes for a walk with Jamie Cullum and Daniel the Spaniel from The Dog’s Trust. They talk about Jamie’s early years, his relationship with his wife Sophie Dahl, his new Christmas album and getting to play for Barack Obama. To find out more about The Dog’s Trust, visit dogstrust.org.uk/changethetale. This podcast was b…
 
In the new episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, the festive favourite realised on a slim budget, and a British Christmas film that had to battle to get to the screen. It's well known that Warner Bros passed on 1990's Home Alone, but even when Fox picked the project up, the budget was tight - leading to some neighbourhood disturbance. Get Santa …
 
Mark Kermode reviews Farewell Amor. After 17 years living in the U.S., an Angolan immigrant is joined by his wife and daughter, where they live together in a one-bedroom apartment, practically as strangers. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If y…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Let Him Go. Grieving for the loss of their son, a couple set out to find their only grandchild. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscribe to our podcast for more reviews, interviews and general wi…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Come Away. Following the death of their older brother, siblings Alice and Peter try to keep their parents from spiralling into despair, ultimately having to choose between reality and fantasy and sparking their adventures in Wonderland and Neverland. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film.…
 
Mark Kermode reviews Wonder Woman 1984. Fast-forwarding from her last adventure, Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman faces off against businessman Maxwell Lord in Cold War-era America. / / Please tell us what you think of the film -- or Mark’s review of the film. We love to include your views on the show every Friday. / / If you like this, why not subscr…
 
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