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Best Jake Cunningham podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Jake Cunningham podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Welcome to the Ghibliotheque, the podcast that leafs through the library of films from the world’s greatest animation studio, Studio Ghibli. Michael Leader (Little White Lies, Sight & Sound), an avowed Ghibli fanatic, is sitting down with Jake Cunningham (The Independent, BFI), who has never seen any of the Studio’s work before. Together they'll be looking at the history behind Ghibli's films (including Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke), getting a critical perspective ...
 
Indy Audio features local, national, and international reporting from The Indypendent - New York's progressive newspaper - read by the journalists themselves. Also available here: Indy Radio News, The Indy's weekly live broadcast on WBAI 99.5, airing Mondays at 6 p.m.
 
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This week, Michael and Jake welcome to the Ghibliotheque stand-up comedian, writer and podcaster Ed Gamble (Off Menu) to undertake that most excruciating, ambitious of feats: assembling the perfect meal from the delicious dishes served up in Ghibli films. Follow Ghibliotheque on Twitter: @ghibliotheque @MichaelJLeader – Michael @jakehcunningham – J…
 
This week's lockdown episode of the Empire Podcast is once again so jam-packed with chatty goodness that we've split it into two parts. This is not the new normal, folks — we promise. Just something that will happen from time to time. Anyway, this half sees two of our favourite guests return for another bite at the pod-cherry, as Chris Hewitt talks…
 
Can we offer you a libation to celebrate the closing of our shared narrative? That, sadly, is not what Dan Jolin nor Chris Hewitt said to the great Werner Herzog when they chatted to him for this episode. Chickens. Yes, the legendary German director, owner of the most distinctive voice in movies, is our third and final guest this week, and in the s…
 
In the second (and final...?) part of the podteam's countdown of the 50 Greatest Movie Heroes Of All Time, the magazine feature voted for by you, the listeners and readers of Empire, Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, Amon Warmann, and Ben Travis argue (and argue, and argue) the toss over the top 25. We won't give too many of the heroes' identities away, …
 
This week's Empire Podcast (once again brought to you in lockdown) sees two acting powerhouses have a chat about their craft. First, Chris Hewitt talks to Delroy Lindo about his incredible performance in Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods, and then Terri White grills Maxine Peake mercilessly about playing the title role in Fanny Lye Deliver'd. Then, in the vi…
 
Phara Souffrant Forrest is running in a hotly contested June 23 Democratic primary for Assembly District 57 in Brooklyn where she is challenging incumbent Walter Mosley. She is a Haitian-American union nurse, tenant activist and proud socialist.https://indypendent.org/2020/06/as-pandemic-continues-brooklyn-voters-have-a-chance-to-put-a-socialist-nu…
 
Theodore Hamm and John Tarleton discuss the hotly contested June 23 NY primary and the topic of Hamm's recent Indypdendent article: The Speaker of the New York Senate wields a $4,000,000 slush-fund stuffed with special interest money that he distributes to allies facing tough reelections.Article: https://indypendent.org/2020/06/heastie-controlled-s…
 
It is a time for heroes. Or, more accurately, discussion of heroes. And we're happy to oblige. In this special edition of the Empire Podcast, Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, Amon Warmann, and Ben Travis gather (remotely, of course, because they're heroes) to go through the first half of the brand new, reader/listener-voted list of the 50 Greatest Movie…
 
In this week's bumper-sized (so much so, in fact, we're wondering if we should have split it into two parts like last week) Empire Podcast, Chris Hewitt chats to Armando Iannucci, the co-writer/director of The Personal History Of David Copperfield about discovering optimism, and how hard it is to write comedy in the middle of a pandemic. And John N…
 
On the second part of this week's podcast, you'll find the podteam — Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, Amon Warmann, and James Dyer — discussing the week's movie news, plugging the heck out of the latest issue of Empire magazine, celebrating our cinemas in the, erm, Celebrate Our Cinemas section, and reviewing Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods, Judd Apatow's The K…
 
How jam-packed is this week's episode of the Empire Podcast? How bumper-sized is it? Well, it's so huge — bursting at the seams with four — count 'em, FOUR! — interviews — that we have, for the first time ever (we think!), had to split the pod into two parts. In this, Parte The Firste, Chris Hewitt chats to British actors David Thewlis and Richard …
 
This is the June 8 segment of WBAI Evening News by The Indypendent. John Tarleton, the show's host and The Indypendent's Editor-in-Chief, interviews Aaron Fernando, a CUNY student who made public a list of democratic politicians who receive contributions from police while espousing "Black Lives Matter." He also speaks with Zohran Kwame Mamdani, a d…
 
On the latest locked-down episode of the Empire Podcast, Simon Bird — former Inbetweener, current Friday Night Dinnerer — tells Chris Hewitt all about Days Of The Bagnold Summer, the charming comedy that marks Bird's directorial debut. It's an interview that features more Guess Who? chat than you could shake a stick wearing glasses, a hat, and a be…
 
In this ever so slightly off-topic bonus episode of Ghibliotheque, Michael, Jake and Steph talk about the latest, and some say greatest, instalment in Nintendo's long-running Legend of Zelda video game franchise, Breath of the Wild. The game tempted both Jake and Steph to sink hundreds of accumulated hours into their Switch consoles. But what did t…
 
John Tarleton interviews Jabari Brisport, a democratic socialist running to represent NY state senate district 25. Brisport peaks about the cancel rent/defund the police rally that he is being live interviewed from as well as his potential win of the current electoral race. The rally is a part of nationwide anti-police brutality protests ignited by…
 
John Tarleton talks Alex Vitale, Author of The End of Policing and Professor of Sociology and Coordinator of Policing And Social Justice at Brooklyn College. Vitale talks about real ways to reform the NYPD in the midst of the Black Lives Matter/ anti-police brutality protests that erupted after the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.…
 
This is the June 1st segment of WBAI Evening News by The Indypendent. John Tarleton, the show's host and The Indypendent's Editor-in-Chief, interviews Alex Vitale, Author of The End of Policing andProfessor of Sociology and Coordinator of Policing And Social Justice at Brooklyn College. He also interviews Jabari Brisport, a democratic socialist run…
 
In this second part of our Ghibliotheque documentary double bill, Michael and Jake discuss the TV special Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki, which originally aired on Japanese TV in 2016 before getting a short cinema run in the USA and, finally, a DVD/Blu-ray release in the UK just this year. Shot in the aftermath of Miyazaki's retirement following …
 
On the latest locked down slice of Empire Podcast goodness, we welcome Eliza Hittman, director of the excellent Never Rarely Sometimes Always, who joins Helen O'Hara for a transatlantic chat about the acclaimed drama. Then Helen joins Chris Hewitt and James Dyer for an episode in which they answer several listener questions, anoint some of the grea…
 
Michael and Jake return to the Ghibliotheque for the first in a documentary double-bill. Mami Sunada's 2013 documentary started life as a promotional feature chronicling the making of Hayao Miyazaki's The Wind Rises and Isao Takahata's The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, but the finished film - observational, subtle and insightful - is a compelling an…
 
This week's slab of locked down, self-isolated, quarantined Empire Podcast sees the team — Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, and James Dyer — joined in the revolving fourth chair by one of our favourite people, the amazing anecdote machine that is Jason Isaacs. Jason joins the gang to talk about his new movie, Scoob!, life under lockdown as an actor, and…
 
John Tarleton, The Indypendent's Editor-in-Chief interviews Barbara Bowen, president of the Professional Staff Congress/CUNY. She defends the 1,000 part-time faculty being pre-emptively laid off by the City University of New York and speaks about how the need for a strong public university is more prevalent and immediate than ever.…
 
This is the May 18th segment of WBAI Evening News by The Indypendent. John Tarleton, the show's host and The Indypendent's Editor-in-Chief interviews Lee Ziesche of Sane Energy Project about the defeat of the Willams NESE pipeline and Barbara Bowen, president of the Professional Staff Congress/CUNY about lay offs of over 1000 CUNY part-time faculty…
 
Our latest load of locked down, socially distanced pod sees Chris Hewitt's accent get progressively thicker as he sits down for a chat over Squadcast with fellow Northern Irishman, Michael Smiley. The two of them talk about Smiley's work with Edgar Wright and Ben Wheatley, his Easter egg preferences (it was recorded a while ago!), and his delivery …
 
This week's episode of The Empire Podcast: Mistakes Were Made sees Chris Hewitt have a chat with Tom McCarthy, the Oscar-winning director of Spotlight and the Disney+ film, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made. And a right good old chat it is, too, as they talk about everything from Portland to Pixar. Then, back in the remote, socially distant, virtua…
 
It's another locked down, remotely recorded Empire Podcast this week, folks. But it's a cracker of a show (in our humble etc.), as Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, James Dyer and Alex Godfrey dazzle each other with arcane film facts, discuss (in depth, so Martin Scorsese best skip this one) the Marvel Cinematic Universe's post-credit stings, talk about …
 
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