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Best Christopher Dole podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Christopher Dole podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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On December 25th, 2007, movie star and heiress Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a nearby clearing, and vanished, leaving behind a male torso in her trunk. 10 years later, reporter Bea Casely and private detective Brenda Bentley are going to reopen the case. Each has a personal tie to the story. Each thinks they know what happened. And each knows the other is going to screw this whole thing up. Join Bea, Brenda, and the rest of the Good People at Wh ...
 
A podcast about pairing wine with art and culture! Every other week, Emma, your host, talks with various guests about how to pair wine with the things that they love- and they're not talking about food! Learn more about wine and which bottles to look out for through a discussion of art, books, movies, music, theater, and more.
 
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Happy 40 Years of The Empire Strikes Back! Christopher Dole returns to Pairing to discuss the sequel that redefined sequels, Episode V of the Star Wars saga. We talk about why this is our favorite Star Wars movie, how it was received at the time, and the difficulties they faced in making it. Plus: the great Frank Oz, deleted music, wines in balance…
 
The great Sarah Shachat returns to Pairing to discuss the film that started it all: Episode IV- A New Hope (aka, the original Star Wars). Sarah, Emma, and Winston share their thoughts, love, and occasional criticism of this iconic film, and talk about how it came to be, and the alternative universe we would be in if Bill Murray had been cast as Han…
 
Emma and Winston talk about what they've been drinking while they practice social distancing in quarantine, and answer some of your wine questions! Listen to find out what it is that makes a wine not vegan, the difference in the fermentation processes between wine, beer, and spirits, and the Legend of the Black Rooster. Plus: tequila is an essentia…
 
Emma is joined by Meghan Fitzmartin (Supernatural, Red Rhino, Wine & Comics) to discuss one of our favorite mediums: podcasts and Audio Drama! Meghan shares some wisdom on what it's like to work in the entertainment industry, and some of the differences between writing for audio and visual mediums. Plus: kids dealing with superpowers, our love for …
 
Emma is joined by Zach Valenti (Focused AF, No Bad Ideas) to discuss Terry Gilliam's dystopian fever dream of a film, Brazil. We talk about the importance of imagination in film and storytelling, and Zach comes up with a nightmare cocktail to pair with the movie. Plus: orange wines, living that hipster life, laser Valhalla, and poetic logic. Follow…
 
Arie returns to Pairing to talk with Emma about a truly formative story in their lives that has a new retelling, Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott. They recount their experiences watching the film version starring Winona Ryder as children, and compare it to Greta Gerwig's recent adaptation. Emma also reminisces about some of her most "nostalgic" w…
 
Emma is joined by Brandon Grugle (Join the Party, Multitude) to discuss the underrated Star Wars film, Solo. We talk about rejecting toxic fandom, how this is just a fun Space Cowboy genre piece, and how it solidifies our love for Han Solo. Plus, we play the best game we've played on Pairing yet: Star Wars character or Portuguese grape? and Emma le…
 
We're starting the year (and the decade) off with a feel-good episode about the TV shows that just make us feel good. We discuss some of our favorite comfort TV shows, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Frasier, Gilmore Girls, and Star Trek, and Emma and Winston recommend some of their favorite "comfort" wines and spirits. Featuring: David Boreana…
 
Emma and Winston finish their discussion of the Star Wars prequels, and Winston makes his controversial yet compelling case that Episode III is a superior film to Episode VI. Plus: Ian McDiarmid as Palpatine for 40 years, Ewan's McGregor's increasingly good hair choices, and Samuel L. Jackson, Jedi Master. Thank you to everyone who listened to us i…
 
Emma and Winston kick off their new series about Star Wars with a controversial discussion of the prequels- controversial because Winston actually likes them. We discuss much maligned wines, and the strengths of these films- mostly the fight choreography, sound design, and Ewan McGregor- and their myriad weaknesses- namely the dialogue, overall sto…
 
Emma is joined by her longtime friend Sarah Wolfe to discuss the last and most epic of the Harry Potter novels, The Deathly Hallows. We talk about the flaws in the book(s), but also what is so wonderful and powerful about them, and we have our own Hallows vs. Horcruxes debate. Plus, Emma talks a bunch about California wine. Featuring: camping wine …
 
John-Paul Cirelli of Mondo Vulgare returns to talk all things Halloween. We cover a LOT of ground in this one: from Halloween classics like The Nightmare Before Christmas and Hocus Pocus to The Simpsons Halloween Specials to the Universal Monster movies, and Emma compiles a list of Hallowines, aka Halloween appropriate wines. Also featuring: Christ…
 
Emma is joined by her good friend and fellow nerd to discuss the works of one of their favorite living authors, Neil Gaiman. They focus on American Gods, Good Omens, and Neverwhere, and express their unequivocal love for all his novels, but some mixed feelings for some of his film work. Listen to hear which wines pair well with the macabre and the …
 
While most people think of red wine when they think of Italy, in this episode Emma tells you all about the lesser-known and highly underrated white wines of Italy, while Winston shares his knowledge of Italian and European History. Listen to hear what Garganega, Cortese, and Friulano are, and which Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle would drink which wine…
 
Mr. Potterless himself, Mike Schubert, returns to Pairing to talk HP with Emma. Schubes talks about why this is his favorite book of the series, and also makes some pretty stellar pairings of his own as we discuss his experiences with the wines of the Pacific Northwest. Featuring: The Half-Blood Ziarko, pinball bars, novelty pens, "glew up", "uppin…
 
FIXED VERSION! Because we're going to be late with this week's episode, here are two mini-episodes that Emma released on the Patreon way back delving deeper into wine pairing, wine lore, and wine education. Find out how to break rules, when to follow them, and my favorite technical wine term, fiasco. Find Us Online: If you enjoy Pairing, follow us …
 
Emma is joined by one of her best friends, Arie Levine, to discuss the timeless classic, The Sound of Music. Arie regales us with tales of her Austrian honeymoon, Emma tells the very weird history of Austrian wine, and they both express their love for Julie Andrews. Plus: our favorite Von Trapp child, the Sound of Music drinking game, the movie ver…
 
Christopher Dole of Arden returns to finish our discussion of the movie music of John Williams, this time discussing JFK, Catch Me if You Can, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Listen to hear more about music theory, "Johnny" Williams, and how music and wine go hand in hand. Plus: Spielberg's daddy issues, the Peter Pan complex, calling J.J. Abrams "ba…
 
Emma is joined by Christopher Dole of Arden for a unique Pairing conversation: the music of film composer John Williams! Listen to hear us discuss 4 of Williams' scores: The Reivers, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, 1941, and E.T. We chat about music theory and how Williams invokes the divine, American music and American wine, and Emma makes an …
 
Emma is joined again by Julia Schifini (now one of our editors!) to discuss the fifth and divisive book in the Harry Potter series, The Order of the Phoenix, as well as the wine region of Argentina! We discuss mental health, corruption, and Emma's tumultuous relationship to Malbec. Plus: the Luna Lovegood and Hermione Granger of the Wine World, goa…
 
Finally, Emma gets to share her passion for pink wine in this more unusual, wine-centric episode. Learn why "White Zinfandel" ruined rosé's reputation, and why people like Emma are spreading the good word for delicious, dry rosé. Find out which rosés to look out for, how it's made, and listen to Winston blind taste (and pair video game/Sci-fi chara…
 
Emma and Winston continue their conversation with filmmaker Rafael Hernán Gamboa about Godzilla and the other Kaiju who inhabit his world. We talk about dinosaurs, volcanoes, monster origins, and Japanese geography. Plus: Batman, the Kaiju version of Easy Rider, Rodan not Rodin, the truth about wine sediment, botrytis, Bradley Whitford, and #justic…
 
Winston and Emma are joined by filmmaker and writer Rafael Hernán Gamboa to discuss the King of the Monsters, Godzilla. We talk about Godzilla's evolution from monster to protector, and how the differences in his role represents the cultural divide between America and Japan. Plus: radical empathy, embodying social trauma, more sake, the king of win…
 
Amanda McLoughlin (Multitude, Spirits) returns to Pairing to talk about another great fantasy novel, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. We talk about how pivotal this book was not only for the series but for the fandom, and Amanda educates Emma on a different kind of "pairing." Plus: Luna Lovegood and Newt Scamander, Pinot Gri-Gri, media criticis…
 
Lauren Shippen (The Bright Sessions, The AM Archives) returns to Pairing in the wake of Avengers: Endgame to talk about all our feelings. Winston joins for this one as we share all our thoughts on Captain America, Tony Stark, Thor, Black Widow, and the rest. We talk about how we felt about the film, why Lauren should write for Marvel, and what we'r…
 
Endgame is upon us, and so Emma is joined by Mischa Stanton, Audio Sorcerer, to talk about the heart of the MCU itself thus far, Tony Stark, aka Iron Man. Listen to hear how we think the Iron Man films stack up against the other Marvel films, and where we think Iron Man will go from here. Plus, wealth and its affect on accessibility, wines that ove…
 
Winston returns as we prepare ourselves for the upcoming Endgame by talking about the pluckiest movies in the MCU, The Guardians of the Galaxy. Listen to hear why we love both Guardians movies and what wine each Guardian would drink. Plus: which actor we'd like to join our DnD campaign, why the soundtrack is so great, the upcoming Dune movie, the p…
 
Welcome to the most on-brand episode of Pairing yet, Cats and Wine! Emma is joined by film buff John-Paul Cirelli to discuss some of the most prominent and adorable examples of cats in movies, and the surprising prevalence of cats in wine culture. We talk about everything from Looney Tunes to Hocus Pocus to Harry Potter to Alien, and also why Germa…
 
Join show creators Emily VanDerWerff, Christopher Dole, and Sara Ghaleb for an in-depth look behind the scenes at the development of the pilot, "Aliens Did It". Thrill or cringe at the original 2016 pitch! Gasp at Andy Wheyface's aborted hostile takeover plotline! Discover what line Emily considers the most important in Arden's history! And discove…
 
Emma is joined by the brilliant trio behind Wolf 359 and No Bad Ideas, Sarah Shachat, Gabriel Urbina, and Zach Valenti, to talk about the third book in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and the wine region of South Africa. They all agree that this is one of the best books in the series, but have differing opinions o…
 
We're keeping it fresh at Pairing with a brand new topic: games! Emma is joined by Eric Silver (Join the Party, HORSE) to talk about the original Role Playing Game, Dungeons and Dragons. Whether or not you play D&D, if you like storytelling, you'll love this episode! They talk about similarities between Nerd culture and Wine culture, gatekeeping v.…
 
It's our One Year Anniversary, and we're celebrating by talking about something we haven't yet on the podcast: Rock'n'Roll! Winston and Emma talk about the two most important bands of the British Invasion, their different influences and legacies, and what wine each is more like. Listen to hear lots of bad British accents, a horrible wine pun, and s…
 
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