Best Les Misérables podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Victor Hugo's Les Misérables is a novel which tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean, his struggles and eventual redemption. It's hailed by many critics as not just Victor Hugo's finest work but also one of the best French novels of all time. Like most epic novels written in the 19th century, the storyline of Les Misérables spans through several decades beginning in the early 1800s and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris. The events related to the lives of the central charact ...
 
The Launch Pad Media is a news and entertainment company for those who promote and a seek a lifestyle of independence.
 
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Front Row
Daily
 
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
Cinescope is a weekly podcast free of criticism or ratings, where every Thursday host Chad Hopkins and guests celebrate their favorite movies, exploring story, characters, music, and relevance to the world around us. The goal is positivity - you know that every film featured on the show comes with our highest recommendation!
 
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The Original Cast
Weekly
 
From Broadway to off-Broadway to the West End, this is a podcast about original cast albums and the people who love them. Every musical theatre fan has that one album that changed their life and playwright-filmmaker-professor Patrick Flynn is out to find it. We talk to the people you see at the theater be they on-stage, backstage, or in the house.
 
A collection of media, reflections, and resources from our weekend gatherings. For additional information on Ecclesia Houston visit us online at http://ecclesiahouston.org
 
A podcast about people being unreasonable on the internet. Specifically on Mumsnet.com's AIBU forum.Our theme song is 'I Feel Fantastic' by Jonathan Coulton from the album 'Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms' (2005) which is licensed under a CC BY-NC 3.0 license.
 
We talk about Books and Bookish Things. And we also talk about other stuff, sometimes.
 
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Movie Talking
Rare
 
Welcome to the Movie Writing podcast page, Movie Talking (see what we did there?). Join myself, Kieran Prout (radio genius) and Rob Walker (design wizard) as we discuss new cinema releases, and just talk about a specific genre or theme in general. All podcasts and reviews aim to be 100% spoiler free, because who wants to see a movie when they know how it ends? Enjoy and let us know what you think!
 
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Award-winning journalist Jonathan Freedland talks about his alter ego, thriller writer Sam Bourne, and his new book To Kill The Truth. With the strap line “read it before it becomes fiction," this fast paced action thriller sees America taken to the brink of a new Civil War as academic and holocaust survivors are found dead, libraries destroyed ...…
 
The Cuban American conductor Odaline de la Martinez talks about this year's London Festival of American Music in which she showcases the music of women and African American composers who are unjustly overlooked. She also tells Samira about the premiere of the third part of her own opera trilogy Imoinda: A story of Love and HateAnna Paquin stars ...…
 
"He calls his wife. But who's on the other end of the line? It's Barry Scott." We're pleased to announce that one of our hosts is branching out to start The Independent Podcast which accepts hosts from all other podcasts and is definitely a real idea and not a publicity stunt. While we're still doing this podcast, we learn the correct order in ...…
 
Continuing the theme from last week, in this case from the DC Court of Appeals, we are told “A government and its agents are under no general duty to provide public services, such as police protection, to any particular individual citizen.”
 
Felicity Jones discusses her new film On the Basis of Sex, in which she plays Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the American Supreme Court Judge who rose to prominence as a lawyer in landmark cases against gender discrimination. Vue, one of the UK’s biggest cinema chains, has threatened to boycott the Baftas after the film Roma, which they describe as a ‘ma ...…
 
In today's episode Nicky P & Lizzie examine We the People by A Tribe Called Quest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vO2Su3erRIA This week in I Heard This Happened: Some Chiptune indie and jazzy jazz Jazz. Nicky is continuing his self-titled debut kick this week it’s Lisipi by Italian Jazz trio Lisipi. If I have to get into specifics, I particula ...…
 
A tribute episode to our friend Lewis Liberman to discuss one of his favorite films, Terry Gilliam's noir steampunk, "Brazil". It’s a movie about bureaucracy and totalitarian control with a populace of lobotomized passivity of consumerism. Mistaken identity due to a clerical error leads to government kidnapping and coverup intermixed with heroi ...…
 
Composer/lyricist Douglas J. Cohen (No Way to Treat a Lady) and librettist/lyricist/novelist Dan Elish (13) are here for a phone interview with Patrick about the newly released cast album for their show The Evolution of Mann. Patreons of The Original Cast can download a free mp3 of the song "What's the Matter with Henry?" from The Evolution of ...…
 
The directorial debut of Oscar -winning actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor,is The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. Airing on Netflix, adapted from a bestselling novel of the same name Ejiofor also stars as the father. This true story follows the young boy William as he races to save his village from a devastating famine, with a wind turbine he was inspired to ...…
 
On this episode Alan and Sherry contemplate the finer points of “The Green New Deal.” You can catch more of Alan on The Gold Standard at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb3cDwgjCQC-cMcVUbvv-k , and Sherry on The Sherry Voluntary Show at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyBM4kCp2SlCONwFFC0auzg You can find audio versions of both shows by search ...…
 
9 to 5 is Dolly Parton’s stage musical based on the 1980 film, in which she starred, about three female office workers getting revenge on their misogynist boss. The songs were written by Dolly Parton and she narrates the story via television screens across the stage. Sarah Crompton reviews. Performance artist, comedian, musician and activist Br ...…
 
Alex Merced is just your everyday Nice Guy trying to understand the world around him. Join him as he discusses economics and politics in a nice, calm and without vitriol. Because Nice Guys Finish Free
 
Roma, the black and white Mexican film about a young domestic worker in Mexico City in the 1970s, won Best Film at the Baftas on Sunday and is up for the same at the Oscars. The film’s producer, Gabriela Rodriguez, talks about the background to director Alfonso Cuarón’s personal project which draws on his own childhood, and discusses their work ...…
 
Show Summary: Johnny and Raylene couldn't wait to talk to the Titan of "Choice", himself, Robert P. Murphy. This renowned economist from the Mises Institute is well known for being and esteemed author, a co-host on the show Contra Krugman and his new show “The Bob Murphy Show” He talks about "Argumentation Ethics", environmentalism, market bord ...…
 
Irish comedian Ardal O’Hanlon is best-known for roles in Father Ted, My Hero and currently Death in Paradise, but he started out as a stand-up comic in 80s Dublin. As he embarks on a nationwide solo tour, Samira talks to Ardal about the role of politics in his life and work and breaking free from being typecast.Novelist Tessa Hadley is praised ...…
 
In this 7-2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court let us all know that the police have no duty to protect you from crime. Of course they don’t. The criminal justice system is designed to punish people who commit crimes, not stop them from being committed. So protect yourself. Protect your family. Police are not designed to do it.…
 
French-Moroccan novelist Leila Slimani caused a sensation in France with her novel Lullaby about a nanny who murders the two children in her care, which won the Prix Goncourt and became a bestseller in the UK. As her first novel, Adèle, is published in the UK for the first time, she discusses the book's contentious storyline about a married wom ...…
 
In today's episode Nicky P & Lizzie examine Peace Train by Cat Stevens. Is this our first divided vote on SLL?http://bit.ly/2SrCBeY This week in I Heard This Happened: We have all the feels today with some melodic hardcore and something a little harder to define. Nicky picked self-titled debut Astronoid by Astronoid. I’m calling this rock becau ...…
 
We've got a dramaturg to talk about a musical that really could've used a dramaturg. A musical with more concept albums (5) than actual cast albums (1), the last one released fifteen (15) years after it opened on Broadway. A mega(?)- hit from American musical theatre's Saleri: Frank Wildhorn. Topics include: Laura & Patrick's unironic love of t ...…
 
It was in Manchester in 2013 that Anna Jordan won the Bruntwood Prize, the UK’s biggest national competition for new plays. She’s now back in the city with her new adaptation of a stage classic – Mother Courage. Bertolt Brecht set his play in 17th century Europe during the Thirty Years’ War but Jordan has moved the story into the future. It’s 2 ...…
 
On this episode Sherry and Alan give you their usual unadulterated opinions on abortion. You can catch more of Alan on The Gold Standard at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb3cDwgjCQC-cMcVUbvv-k , and Sherry on The Sherry Voluntary Show at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyBM4kCp2SlCONwFFC0auzg You can find audio versions of both shows by sea ...…
 
Ep. 12 Oliver Twist Review [SPOILERS] I, Kenny, ramble...er...talk about how I felt about the story of Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. There are spoilers, so beware. Twitter: @kennethtolesjr Litsy: @kennethtolesjr Instagram: @kennethtolesjr This podcast is sponsored by The Infatuation
 
Comedian Sara Pascoe talks about her latest stand-up show Lads, Lads, Lads and its evolution from being about her relationship break-up to being happy a single woman. Also what's it like sharing such personal experiences in front of thousands of people? And how has the situation changed for women in comedy since she started out?There are Baftas ...…
 
As we continue our series on Love, we welcome guest speaker Michael Rudzena, from Trinity Grace Tribeca. Pastor Michael leads us in examining the importance of learning to love ourselves if we are to love others well. If we are going to love ourselves, we have to learn to know, accept, and feel ourselves. How can we listen to others if we canno ...…
 
We are joined by special guest, Alex Hay, to sing our way through the 2012 musical version of Victor Hugo's, "Les Miserables". The film takes place in France during the early 19th century and tells the story of Jean Valjean who, while being hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert after breaking parole, agrees to care for a factory w ...…
 
Just me, Yesenia. Letting you guys know we’re still here. I talk about my reading slump and about my last thoughts regarding Les Mis and what I think of The Good Neighbor so far. Thanks for listening! This podcast is sponsored by The Infatuation
 
Alex Merced is just your everyday Nice Guy trying to understand the world around him. Join him as he discusses economics and politics in a nice, calm and without vitriol. Because Nice Guys Finish Free.
 
Show Summary: So just what is the Mises Caucus, and what is their mission here on earth? Well, this week we talk to a fellow defender of liberty, economic time traveler and vice chair of the Mises Caucus, Luke Ensor! Luke wants to promote Austrian economics into the party and to advocate applying the science of human action—praxeology—in Libert ...…
 
This weekend sees the announcement of the winners of this year's Baftas - the British Academy Film Awards - and Stig talks to two of the stars in London for the event. Director Spike Lee attracted a great deal of attention with his first feature She's Gotta Have It in 1986, yet despite his later films including Do the Right Thing, Mo' Better Bl ...…
 
Broadway star Chita Rivera, who created the iconic roles of Anita in West Side Story and Velma in Chicago, talks to Samira about her seven decades on stage, as she prepares to perform again in London. The Woman in the Window is the bestselling psychological thriller that sparked a bidding war between publishers resulting in a two million dollar ...…
 
"Join us the week after next for another dip into the well of misery." We've emerged from our blanket cocoons to ask the important questions: What do parents do with their kids' teeth? Why do people keep umbilical cords? Should we advertise that we're stocking up on food? And should he not leave when I visit? Along the way, we ask Nobel-prize n ...…
 
Front Row considers the artistic significance of walls and borders. John Lanchester, whose latest novel The Wall is about a massive fictional defensive structure, discusses the way walls feature in literature and art with poet and art critic Sue Hubbard, from cave paintings to artworks like Andy Goldsworthy’s 750 feet long drystone wall.Artist ...…
 
In today's episode Nicky P & Lizzie examine You Don’t Own Me by Leslie Gore. Sure there are a few weak points, but it really is about personal liberty...right? http://bit.ly/2GngRd0 This week in I Heard This Happened: Moody pop from Akron and some Jazz(?) from the great northwest Nicky’s pick First Appearance by G.S. Schray is downright elegant ...…
 
Patrick is a guest this week on the wonderful Broadway Baby Podcast talking about Chess (shocker). Here's a snippet of the episode to whet your appetite. The full episode is available HERE. Enjoy! Have you checked out our PATREON? You haven't? Then how are you going to listen to our patrons-only podcast The Original Cast at the Movies? January' ...…
 
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