Best Picture podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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The Big Picture
The Ringer dives into movies as Editor-In-Chief Sean Fennessey sits down with Hollywood’s biggest filmmakers, breaks down the latest industry trends, handicaps the upcoming Oscars race, and reviews new films with Ringer colleagues like Shea Serrano, Amanda Dobbins, and Bill Simmons.
Big Picture Science: A smart and humorous take on emerging trends in science and technology. Tune in and make contact with science. We broadcast and podcast every week.
Chelsea and Tony Northrup's photography podcast, which digs deep into the history, science, and personalities of photography.
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts.
Picture This!
Hosts Nick and Lachlan are joined each week by guests, who have an entire show to create a film. Armed with only a random genre, location and word that must be used in the film's title, the team en-devour to come up with box office gold!
The Big Picture is where you SEE, THINK, and ACT big! It is a podcast focused on helping every Filipino achieve success by having the right mindset and taking purposeful action. If you think you can make your life and the lives around you better, then be part of the movement! Visit the site today.
The rules are simple. Your boys watch two PERFECTLY PAIRED films. They review/spoil all the important bits. They bicker about mundanities. Then they choose an inevitable winner. GET YER POPCORN!
Host Kevin Sampson discusses current and classic films with fellow critics, and talks with indie filmmakers about their process.
Picture's Up!
On a film set, when the AD call's "Rehearsal's Up" it signals that it is time for rehearsal to begin, and when he/she calls "Picture's Up" it signals that rehearsal is over and it is time to begin filming. This podcast is about transitioning from interest in a career in film, to having a career in film.
Chelsea and Tony Northrup's photography podcast, which digs deep into the history, science, and personalities of photography.
The producers of “Hear The Big Picture” seek to tie scientific subject matter to history and current events–so that it’s more than just “science.” Put another way, our content is about the significance of science to culture and everyday life.Climate change and global warming have many manifestations, from extreme weather events such as increasingly fierce hurricanes to world-wide sea level rise, acidic oceans, and larger, hotter deserts that burn more readily. The burning of fossil fuels suc ...
Comedian Dustin Meadows loves movies. He'll share his favorite movies with other comics, some of them even for the very first time, then discuss the film immediately after.
Come along for the ride as Tony Nielsen celebrates the music of blues legends such as Little Walter, Robert Johnson, BB King, Paul Butterfield, Muddy Waters, Freddie King, Taj Mahal, Howlin’ Wolf and many more – you get the picture?Proudly supported by The Good Oil Cafe
Market Movers
Everything forex, commodities and the big picture in the markets: Lior Cohen of Trading NRG and Yohay Elam of Forex Crunch provide useful information for traders and talk about current events in the markets
From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, Late Night Live puts you firmly in the big picture.
The podcast in which we watch, assess and discuss every Academy Award Best Picture winner in no particular order. Hosted by film fans John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky
This is a collection of ten short, entertaining, informative picture-book biographies of famous composers. Each book tells about the childhood and great achievements of a composer, and includes a short musical example.
Channel 33
If you are an avid follower of pop culture and the media landscape, Channel 33 is a must-listen. Thanks to 'The Press Box,' 'Jam Session,' 'The Big Picture,' and 'Damage Control,' you will be up to date, well educated, and armed with the smartest takes on movies, TV, celebrity culture, and all media contretemps.
Future Chat
This is a discussion show about science and technology, looking at the big picture and debunking bad science. Tune in each week for a glimpse into the future.
Showcasing the exciting cannabis scene happening in Canada, we are your dependable industry voice. Driven by this purpose, each show gives an inside look at this budding industry. Providing you with information, opinions and the full picture. Our team asks the questions we all know have been on your mind and shares them here.Entrepreneurs, professors, researchers, trailblazers, and innovators, everyone has a unique story that will entertain, inspire and enlighten us about cannabis in Canada ...
Feature and a short is an monthly screening hosted by Fourwind Films where an appointed contributor presents their chosen feature motion picture and a short movie. There is only one condition for screening selection: the presenter must have been directly involved with one picture, but not the other.
"And the Runner-Up Is" is the movie review show that highlights the film that was the probable runner-up for Best Picture at the Oscars in any given year. Host Kevin Jacobsen and special guests break down the film's merits, why it got so close to winning but ultimately came up short and whether it, in fact, deserved to win Best Picture.
Capturing the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today and preserve it for future generations.
Join Lenore Taylor, Guardian Australia's politics editor, in discussion with key political figures as they explore aspects of state and federal government to reveal both the detail and the big picture
Topics will touch on all film formats (from pocket-sized 110 to medium format), do-it-yourself techniques, digital technologies, motion picture film making and more.
Komando On Demand
Ever wonder how technology has transformed your life? Get ready to be entertained and informed with Kim Komando as she provides insight on the ever-changing tech topics that are relevant to you. Kim conducts interviews with experts in their field to give you the full picture every time.
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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.
Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] is a comedic podcast that reviews films with leading actors of color in a major motion picture and analyzes them in the context of race and Hollywood's diversity issues. Hosted by Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III. BMCJ is an iTunes Editor's Choice podcast and has reached #2 on the iTunes Film/TV charts. BMCJ has also been covered by multiple websites including Huffington Post, Splitsider, Salon, The Daily Dot, and more.
Welcome to my daily podcast. It's all about music and creative culture in London. I talk to performers both new and established, as well as the promoters that put on shows and the people behind the venues, to paint a picture of what's happening in London's live music scene as it happens.If you like the books Please Kill Me or Meet Me In The Bathroom, then this podcast is for you.If you've got a moment, please fill in the Audience Survey: ...
Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm? Do you picture living on a homestead, gardening and raising chickens? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Do you spent the fall season, in the crisp autumn wood hunting for wild game? Is your perfect morning spent drifting downriver, fishing for the night's dinner? Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homesteader can put food on the table, from the fields, streams, gardens and wood ...
Discography is a deep dive into a legendary musician's catalogue - album by album - to give you the big picture on who they are and what's cemented their place in the annuls of sonic history. Walk in a novice, and come out well informed and with a new favorite record or two. Cult indie rocker, Marc With a C, is your host with the most and takes you on a voyage with a different classic artist every quarter.
Have you ever read a novel, short story, poem, or narrative and then found yourself wondering about it's creator, their backstory, and what type of person could construct the piece of literature in your hands? ​ Well, I know I have. ​ Being an avid book worm and all around knowledge-seeking nerd, I discovered one of my favorite things to do after completing either a series or a book that made me question life, reality, or morality as a whole, was to figure out who it was that crafted such a ...
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Some Kind Of Magic
Some Kind Of Magic is a podcast that seeks to understand and embrace the magical in the mundane, everyday moments of life. Conversations will center around gratitude, mindfulness, creativity, meditation, intuition, spirituality, living in alignment, finding your purpose, and the bigger picture of wellness. For more information and show notes, visit
Be Inspired
A podcast chronicling the success stories of National Catholic Sisters Week - an annual celebration of women religious. Each episode will present interviews with NCSW Mini-Grant recipients to present a picture of the celebration's growth and highlight the valuable impacts of women religious all across the country.
Welcome to the Church of the Moving Picture. This is the audio version of our youtube series. Loving good movies is easy, loving bad movies requires faith. We do it because we are the only ones who can.
Filmography is a deep dive into a director's oeuvre - film by film - to get the big picture. Every quarter, join Consequence of Sound Film Editor, Dominick Suzanne-Mayer, and a rotating cast of guest commentators for new filmic explorations.
Dive deeper into the week's biggest stories from the Middle East and around the world with The National's foreign desk. Nuances are often missed in day-to-day headlines. We go Beyond the Headlines by bringing together the voices of experts and those living the news to provide a clearer picture of the region's shifting political and social landscape.
Opening up on the conversation on the issues being debated in today’s Los Angeles. Featuring interviews with local social and environmental justice leaders, plus the kind of big-picture context you won’t find anywhere else. Hosted by David Levitus, Founder of LA Forward, and History Ph.D. with a focus on U.S. politics and urban studies.
Each week Matt and Bob select an Academy Award Best Picture nominee at random and analyze the movie using both their film degree knowledge and their raunchy sense of humor.
Maestro on the Mic
Join host, Dr. Shante Cofield, The Movement Maestro, on a journey to see the bigger picture, find your passion, and discover how movement unites us all. Come move with the Maestro.
A Fortnightly medicine podcast. New episodes on Monday. Found on iTunes, Spotify and everywhere.Each episode in 20 minutes 'a medical student takes you from biology and symptoms to social policy via ethics & history to give you a holistic picture of disease and health.Regular interviews with experts and those on the frontline of Medicine
In whatever we’re doing—working, parenting, serving, suffering—it can be difficult sometimes to see through the fog of the circumstances of life and to know with confidence that God is there, that He’s working in us, and that He’s working through us. How do we live this life by faith? In "By Faith," author and blogger Christine Hoover asks this big picture question by getting into the details and daily lives of her guests: men and women who are walking forward by faith.
Nosy Crow is an award-winning publisher of multimedia apps as well as print books. Download our podcasts for free audio readings of our picture books as part of our innovative Stories Aloud programme.
The Hartmann Report is an independent daily podcast hosted by award winning, author, radio & TV host Thom Hartmann. Thom’s podcast highlights the bigger picture behind politics, science and culture through discussion and debate. Catch Thom’s live show Monday through Friday noon ET / 9am PT-
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We are all familiar with online display ads. They are those ads that jump at you when you are browsing a website. What you many not know, is how these ads end up on a particular page or why you are seeing them. Kim talks to specialist Heath Shaffer, owner of boutique AdOps firm NicheREV, for an insider scoop on everything that goes into the ads ...…
While public health experts are working furiously to quell the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, researchers in San Antonio have made a discovery that might be a key to improving treatment.By (Bonnie Petrie).
In tonight’s edition: A Ghanaian undercover journalist who helped expose corruption in African football has been gunned down in Accra.In Zimbabwe, pastor and activist Evan Mawarire has been charged with subverting the government.Security forces in Sudan fired tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters in Khartoum as anti-government demonstration ...…
As the French government steps up its preparations for a possible hard Brexit, Société Générale's Chief FX Strategist Kit Juckes tells us why markets aren't panicking. Also in the show - international pressure increases on Chinese tech Huawei, and Japanese group Hitachi abandons a nuclear power plant project in Wales.…
You guys asked for more content about online business and marketing, so here ya go. Today we’re talking about a lesson that I’m learning late: If you want to succeed in this online world, YOU GOTTA COLLECT EMAILS!!! You want to guarantee that your audience sees your stuff? It ain’t gonna happen on social media. Yup, that’s right, the number one ...…
A global financial hub and one of the world's busiest ports, Hong Kong is a highly prosperous city. Its real estate market is systematically ranked as one of the most expensive in the world, meaning that workers with low salaries often have no choice but to rent tiny rooms at vast expense. For some, spending the night at a local fast food resta ...…
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French people love comic books, les bandes dessinées. That means the "BD" industry is booming. Comics books are such an important part of French culture that there are several festivals around the country, including the prestigious Angoulême International Comics Festival. In the past couple of years, the place of women in the comic book world h ...…
IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, January 17: We take you through reactions to Theresa May surviving a vote of no-confidence, political unrest in Zimbabwe over price fuel hikes, and Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter who's facing an extradition request on charges on insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. And finally, a rowdy family of tourists terrorise ...…
Keira Knightley has made a name for herself playing esteemed literary heroines, from Tolstoy's Anna Karenina to Austen's Elizabeth Bennet. In fact, the British actress has a flair for making period drama feel utterly contemporary and has racked up two Academy Award nominations along the way. Her latest role sees her embody the turn-of-the centu ...…
Back and better than ever? After a long hiatus, we emerge from podcast hibernation and get back into the swing of things with good friend Andrew Kelso. Mateship is tested, house rules are tested and cards are picked up - one not to miss. Given 3 random prompts, on genre, location and a title word, they have an hour to come up with the next Holl ...…
With less than three months to go, we still don't know what Britain's exit from the European Union will look like. Stephen Carroll speaks to the CEO of Paris's stock exchange operator, Euronext, about how they're preparing for Brexit. Also in this programme, Kate Moody explains why the controversial reform of France's wealth tax has become a li ...…
Final episode the award winning series about the murder of Benazir Bhutto.
In 1947, against all odds, India became a democracy at the same time it became a nation. How has it fared?
India's cities are chaotic and crumbling, its urban planning indifferent. Now the government is proposing building 'smart cities'. But is that the right solution?
A new work has appeared in French bookstores, one which The New York Times has called "deeply moving". "The Girl Who Smiled Beads" is our guest's account of how she fled in 1994 from what the international community now classifies as a genocide in Rwanda, trekking across Africa until she reached the United States. Clemantine Wamariya joined us ...…
On episode 56 of the Lu and Bean Read podcast we talked with Kathleen Yale, former wildlife biologist and author of the nonfiction picture book HOWL LIKE A WOLF. We received a free review copy from the author. All opinions are our own. This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, Lu and Bean Rea ...…
For thousands of years, the great Arab rivers sustained some of the world’s most important ancient civilizations. The Nile River fuelled the development of 10 thousand years of Pharaonic rule. The Tigris and Euphrates, home of Mesopotamia, were witness to some of the most important developments to mankind, including agriculture and the written ...…
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced this week that he and his wife are getting divorced (1:51); shortly after, the National Enquirer published a report detailing Bezos’s affair (10:41). Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson received blowback after several journalists called out her book for being factually incorrect (16:33)—an ex ...…
Join us for the latest twists and turns in the Brexit saga as PM Theresa May survives to dance another day.
A series of events this month seeks to educate the public on the lasting and localized impact of the Holocaust, by exploring the experience of survivors during the war and after liberation.By (Jan Ross Piedad).
Presidential candidate and author Andrew Yang argues that a universal basic income (UBI) is the solution to many of our basic economic problems. He and Thom have a fascinating discussion. ---In today's book club, Andrew Yang's 'The War on Normal People. ---The feasibility of autonomous trucks from the perspective of Bryan in Connecticut, a truc ...…
It started with a referendum. Now, with 72 days to go before the UK is due to exit the European Union, the rest of the EU is trying to make sense of the leadership crisis in London. Theresa May is coming off the biggest parliamentary defeat in centuries for a sitting government and yet the prime minister is expected to survive a vote of no-conf ...…
The general public knows Nelson Mandela as one of the greatest icons of modern times; a Nobel Peace Prize winner whose tireless fight for equality forever changed his country and the world. But for our guest, he was simply "Granddad", a wise and loving family patriarch with whom a young Ndaba Mandela formed an indelible bond over many years liv ...…
Anna Eskamani is an American-Iranian national who was driven to politics because of Donald Trump. Despite a mudslinging match during her campaign and against all odds, Eskamani has become a State House Representative in Florida. The 28-year-old is the first Iranian-American elected to the post. She spoke to us on Middle East Matters.…
Georgetown, Texas, made headlines when it signed 20- and 25-year contracts with solar and wind energy providers at a fixed rate in 2012. The costs of energy have plummeted since then though, and the city is on the hook for excess energy it thought it could sell back for at least as much as they bought it for.…
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky and special guest Yasmine Akram. Episode 26: All About Eve (1950) Released 16 January 2019 For this episode, we watched All About Eve, written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, with cinematography by Milton R Krasner, music by Alfred Newman and starring Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, Geo ...…
Episode 9 of the award winning series about the murder of Benazir Bhutto.
How a crusading American chemist fought the food lobby to get arsenic, formaldehyde and other poisons banned from food.
Has the high value of a World Heritage listing compromised the original idealistic goals of UNESCO?
This week on And the Runner-Up Is, Kevin is joined by some all stars you've heard on the show before: Erik Anderson, Andrew Carden, Rob Licuria, Ryan McQuade and Matt Neglia, to break down the current Oscar race as it stands on the brink of nominations morning. This chat includes a dissection of the races for Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Ac ...…
Have you ever had an app ask you to access your phone's location? How about the app that wants access to your smartphone camera and contact list. It has become second nature to share this info with the app, but did you ever stop to think: where does all this data go? Our lives are being tracked and sold to companies. In this podcast you will le ...…
Trump's latest candidate for attorney general goes before Congress, but who is this guy? Thom reminds us of Bill Barr's history as the former CIA lawyer and Bush insider who was the coverup artist for Iran/Contra. And how does rampant federal corruption tie into Pompeo and Pence seriously expecting Jesus to make all things new? ----- The Brexit ...…
Photographer Michael Nye's new book, " My Heart Is Not Blind," features personal portraits of a diverse group of individuals living with vision loss.By (Jan Ross Piedad).
I've hated Woody Allen my whole life. Anytime I told people that, they'd ask if I'd seen this movie. I'd say no. They'd tell me to see this movie and then decide. So now I saw the movie. He still sucks, maybe even harder than ever. I capture Woody Allen agnostic Bonnie Ambers and bring her over to the right side of history with nary a push. Woo ...…
Film Photography Podcast – Episode 214January 15th, 2019 Hey there folks, we might be in the dead of winter, but things at the FPP are hopping! Leslie Lazenby, Mark O’Brien and John Fedele join Michael Raso in the studio today to discuss Cameras for the Ladies, the Olympus OM line of SLRs, the Bilora Boy Camera, Konica Auto S2, the Center for C ...…
Episode 8 of the award winning series about the murder of Benazir Bhutto.
How the protection of economic interests is critical in the making of Australian foreign policy
This week, we explore how the various guild awards can tell us who is in the best position to bring home Oscars (0:53). Then, we try and digest the deluge of ‘Green Book’ controversies (25:21). Finally, we try and place our finger on an answer to the existential question hanging over our show: What does 'Best Picture' even mean (32:42)? Hosts: ...…
Jason Gay joins to discuss millennial media outreach among politicians like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Beto O’Rourke (01:45), 'Washington Post' reporter Chelsea Janes moving from the sports section to covering the 2020 campaign (17:30), and journalists battling over the new movie ‘Vice' (32:00). Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Jason Gay…
This week, we explore how the various guild awards can tell us who is in the best position to bring home Oscars (0:53). Then, we try and digest the deluge of ‘Green Book’ controversies (25:21). Finally, we try and place our finger on an answer to the existential question hanging over our show: What does 'Best Picture' even mean (32:42)? Hosts: ...…
Our first episode saw the band rise from humble beginnings all the way to 1969, when The Who had somehow made themselves world famous for writing a rock opera about a physically challenged boy with a talent for... pinball? Of course, you'd celebrate such a feat with a tour of revered opera houses and then record a live album in a glorified scho ...…
Jack Kerouac, or as he liked to call himself, Jean Louis Lebris de Kerouac was an American novelist and poet active during the mid 20th century, best known for his book On the Road, which brought him an astounding amount of critical prestige. A pioneer of the Beat Generation, Kerouac is considered a literary iconoclast alongside his two close f ...…
We now know the FBI has had reason to investigate Trump's financial obligations to the Russian government since at least 2016. And, financial ties have been demonstrated between foreign governments and some key Republican players in Congress. Thom asks who is really pulling the strings? Could it be oligarchs abroad, and/or at home? Does the fed ...…
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