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Best James Arnold Taylor Voice Actor podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best James Arnold Taylor Voice Actor podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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James Arnold Taylor’s Podcast, Talking to Myself is a one man show, with many voices! Spending most of his days in little padded rooms talking to himself, James Arnold Taylor (known by his fans affectionately as “JAT”) brings over 30 years in the entertainment industry as one of Hollywood’s most prolific and versatile Voice-Actors/Performers to a 90 minute weekly podcast. Interviewing some of his most well known characters (Obi-Wan Kenobi, Johnny Test, Fred Flintstone, Ratchet from Ratchet & ...
 
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films.https://twitter.com/soundtrackingukhttps://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwithe ...
 
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We're very excited about our latest episode of Soundtracking, which sees Edith joined by a supremely gifted actor, Edward Norton. Well, we say actor, but he's a little bit more than that, having written, produced and directed his latest project, the neo-noir Motherless Brooklyn. Based on a novel by Jonathan Lethem, Motherless Brooklyn tells the ...…
 
Today JAT reads a bunch of emails and talks seriously about how much each of us matters, by sharing a very personal story.By James Arnold Taylor
 
One of our favourite films of the year has undoubtedly been Joker. We've already spoken to composer Hildur Guðnadóttir about her score for the movie, and now it's an utter delight to welcome director Todd Phillips back to Soundtracking for a second sitting. There was much to discuss, from Hildur's stunning contributions to the influence of Char ...…
 
JAT Talks turkey with Hank and the gang and then gets into some serious questions about your life's goals and accomplishments.By James Arnold Taylor
 
Our guest on this week's soundtracking is something of a protofeminist in Hollywood terms, in that he makes it his mission to put strong, charismatic women at the very centre of his narratives. Paul Feig made his name with Bridesmaids in 2011 - a much loved comedy starring Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne and Mellisa McCarthy that has more than stood t ...…
 
JAT Pumps You Up Today! This episode JAT takes some great emails from all of you with Bob and talks about the power of a positive life.By James Arnold Taylor
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is something of a demigod when it comes to the realms of music and film. Anton Corbijn is a Dutch photographer, music video director and filmmaker who has snapped anyone who's anyone in the music industry, including Bob Dylan, Bjork, Bruce Springsteen and Miles Davies. Indeed, it was he who took those iconic pi ...…
 
This week, JAT Hangs with his characters and talks a bit about his work then takes your emails.By James Arnold Taylor
 
It's a welcome return for David Michod to our latest episode of Soundtracking, in which the Australian director talks us through the music for his latest film, The King. The King is available on Netflix now, and is loosely based on on William Shakespeare's plays relating to Henry V. In putting the movie together, David turned to a couple of fri ...…
 
JAT fasts this week from food and TV while waiting to see if he needs to be evacuated from the wild fires in his area. Also Bob and JAT take your emails!By James Arnold Taylor
 
Our guest on this latest episode of Soundtracking is an actor who made his name portraying one of the most iconic frontmen ever to have graced a stage. Sam Riley's performance as Ian Curtis of Joy Division in Control was, quite simply, stunning - and perhaps informed by his own experiences of playing in his own band, 10,000 Things. As you'll di ...…
 
JAT dives into how he looks at goals and how it intertwines with his beliefs and encourages you to find out your goals and beliefs, plus takes emails!By James Arnold Taylor
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is someone we've been wanting to get on the podcast for a very long time - as have many of you, judging by the feedback we receive on social media. Mica Levi, also known by her stage name Micachu, is a classically trained composer who came to the attention of the film world in 2014 with her debut score for Jona ...…
 
JAT Talks about his time working as an actor on the new Kenobi Short Film made by Jamie Costa and answers emails about health and positive living!By James Arnold Taylor
 
It's another double-whammy on our latest episode of Soundtracking - this time in the shape of two composers of world-wide repute. Michael Giacchino cut his teeth on video games, before turning his attentions to film and television, with a host of award-winning scores for films such as The Incredibles, Up, Rogue One and Star Trek. David Arnold, ...…
 
SEASON 2, EPISODE 1 kicks off here and now with lots of emails and a little update on where and what JAT's been doing.By James Arnold Taylor
 
It's a double-whammy on our latest episode of Soundtracking, as we bring you two extremely talented ladies charting very different courses in the world of cinema. First up is Hildur Gudnadottir. Well known to fans of this podcast - on which she has featured by proxy many, many times - Hildur has gained broader and much deserved recognition for ...…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is John Crowley, the Irish film and theatre director who previously brought us critical successes Intermission, Boy A and Brooklyn. His new offering is The Goldfinch. Based on Donna Tart's novel of the same name, the narrative centres on Theo, a young man who takes a painting from a museum after his mother dies ...…
 
Edith's guest on the latest episode of Soundtracking is a composer who has been pushing sonic boundaries for three decades. As well as releasing numerous albums and EPs under various monikers, Matthew Herbert has also scored a diverse range of films, including three for Chilean director Sebastian Lelio. The word is overused, but we reckon he's ...…
 
If you haven’t been addicted to Peaky Blinders since it first aired in 2013, then you need to get yourself off to the BBC iPlayer at once and start catching up. All episodes are currently available for varying degrees of time, and we highly recommend you get involved before it's too late. Directed by Anthony Byrne, the latest season sees Cillia ...…
 
There can be few cinematic genres that benefit more from the power of score than horror. And it IT and IT: Chapter 2, writer / director Andy Muschietti and his composer Benjamin Wallfisch have nailed it. Reflecting the shape-shifting abilities of Pennywise The Clown, Benjamin has produced a soundscape which Andy describes as 'bendy' - that swit ...…
 
We have the miracle of social media to thank for our latest episode of Soundtracking, after Edith reached out to the one and only Alan Silvestri on Twitter. And, gentleman that he is, he very kindly invited her to meet up with him on a recent visit to London. Alan is responsible for some of Hollywood's most memorable scores and themes, from Bac ...…
 
Our latest guests on Soundtracking are husband and wife duo Aaron and Sam Taylor-Johnson, who have joined forces on a number of levels to bring us A Million Little Pieces. An adaptation of James Frey's book of the same name, it's based on the author's experiences in rehab as he attempted to recover from alcohol and drug addiction. Despite the w ...…
 
It's a new episode of the JATcast and it's just basically JAT talking to you and not as much to himself this time. In other words not as many characters this week so JAT can tell you whats been going on in his world and update you on the podcast!By James Arnold Taylor
 
Something of a first on our latest episode of Soundtracking, as we're not only joined by a world-class director, but also his world-class translator. To be fair, Pedro Almodovar's English is certainly better than Edith's Spanish, but we are eternally grateful to the lovely Maria for stepping in when he occasionally reverted to his mother tongue ...…
 
What better way to start the fourth year of our film music podcast Soundtracking than with one of the undisputed kings of the art, Quentin Tarantino. His new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is everything you'd hope for when it comes to the deployment of pop cues, and also features score by the likes of Bernard Herrmann and Maurice Jarre. St ...…
 
This week marked the third birthday of our film music podcast Soundtracking - which is a milestone we’re very proud to have reached. That we’re still going is thanks in no small part to you, and of course the guests who take half an hour out of their busy schedules to talk to me about their passion for all things sonic. To mark the occasion, we ...…
 
Our latest episode of Soundtracking has been some time in the making - so busy is the composer in question. But, boy, was it worth the wait. Max Richter is a name that's come up on numerous occasions on our film music podcast, with Joe Wright, Denis Villeneuve, Yann Demange and John Ridley among those who have either enlisted his services or us ...…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking makes a very welcome return to the show, having given us something of a retrospective on his astounding career back in episode 45. Nick Broomfield is multi-award winning documentary maker who, among many other subjects, has made several films about musicians - including Kurt & Courtney, Biggie & Tupac and, most ...…
 
JAT gets surprised by Billy, Hank and the gang with a day after his Birthday surprise, and then talks about the use of the word, "should" in our everyday and how we misuse it to blame ourselves.By James Arnold Taylor
 
Back in 2016, Jon Favreau was kind enough to be the very first person we recorded for our film music podcast, Soundtracking. 151 episodes later, and Jon returns to discuss his flabbergasting remake of Disney's much-loved Oscar-winning musical, The Lion King - a mind-boggling photorealistic animation starring Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel ...…
 
Edith's latest guest on Soundtracking is one seriously multi-talented lady. Emma Forrest is a journalist, novelist and screenwriter - who has now added directing to her CV with her drama, Untogether. Starring Lola and Jemima Kirke, Jamie Dornan, Billy Crystal and Emma's former husband Ben Mendelsohn, Untogether tells the story of two sisters in ...…
 
JAT reveals a little secret about episode 30, and talks about stuff in life, cuz thats what the podcast is about.By James Arnold Taylor
 
Edith had such fun recording our latest episode of Soundtracking - given that it's with two of the most friendly, eloquent and enthusiastic gentlemen in the business (not to mention talented). Writer Richard Curtis and director Danny Boyle have teamed up for the romantic comedy, Yesterday. Starring Himesh Patel, Lily James, Ed Sheeran and Kate ...…
 
Our guest on this week's Soundtracking is the extremely talented and likeable director Yann Demange. Having made his name with TV shows such as Dead Set and Top Boy, Yann moved into cinema with '71, a critically acclaimed drama about the Troubles in Northern Ireland. '71 is scored by David Holmes, who was also instrumental in helping Yann pick ...…
 
We couldn't be more excited about our latest episode of Soundtracking, recorded with the one and only Cliff Martinez at his beautiful home & studio in Topanga Canyon, California. Cliff's name has come up on countless occasions since we started this podcast - not least in the company of Steven Soderbergh, Nicolas Winding Refn, Todd Phillips and ...…
 
JAT Reads Emails, and catches up on things like his film and welcomes the shows sponsor, Allen Arnold's book, "The Story of With: A Better way to Live, Love and Create"By James Arnold Taylor
 
As with the lunar landing and assassination of JFK, there are a fair few folk who can tell you exactly where they were and what they were doing when Diego Maradona punched the ball into Peter Shilton's net, sending Argentina on their way to victory in the quarter final of the 1986 World. So it's no surprise, over three decades later, that someo ...…
 
Three inspirational women are the stars of our latest episode of Soundtracking, Edith's weekly screen music podcast, as we bring you another of our live events recorded at London's British Film Institute. Carly Paradis, Amelia Warner and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch are all making big waves in the world of film composition - which, let's be hones ...…
 
JAT and Hank get a call from Franklin who has big news for JAT... Kind of. Then JAT talks a lot about faith, food, and friends, and then... Finally gets around to telling of his time at the new Star Wars Land at Disneyland, "Galaxy's Edge" as well as his thoughts on movie reboots.By James Arnold Taylor
 
It's three for the price of one on the latest episode of Soundtracking. First up is actress, producer and now director, Olivia Wilde, who makes her debut behind the camera with Booksmart. A coming-of-age comedy/drama starring Kaitlyn Dever and Beanind Feldstein, it boasts a killer soundtrack and a super-cool score by Dan The Automater. As if th ...…
 
It's a welcome return for Guy Ritchie to Soundtracking, Edith's weekly film music podcast. And it's also a welcome return for Aladdin, making his first big screen appearance since 1992 in Guy's live action remake of DIsney's animated classic. In this visually stunning reboot, Will Smith is charged with filling Robin Williams's considerable boot ...…
 
We are truly in the company of cinematic royalty on the latest episode of Soundracking, as Keanu Reeves joins John Wick director Chad Stahelski to discuss chapter 3 of the hugely enjoyable franchise. Theirs was very much a partnership forged during the filming of The Matrix trilogy - on which Chad worked as both a stuntman and stunt co-ordinato ...…
 
JAT shares some daily affirmations of positivity and tackles the subject of worry. He also plays the audio from his short story "Worried About Worry" read by him with a cameo from his daughter, Lydia. Also, talks to Hank, Billy, and takes emails with Bob!By James Arnold Taylor
 
We have a treat for you on our latest episode of Soundtracking, not just in the shape of our guest but also the quite magnificent score that accompanies his new film. For director Dome Karukoski wisely enlisted the services of the incomparable Thomas Newman for Tolkein, a biopic on the life of The Hobbit and Lord Of The Rings author. Starring N ...…
 
It's a JAT cast in half the time of a regular JATcast to get you through to the next full episode next week! JAT talks with Reginald, "Don't call me Reggie" about his upcoming film, "Sons & Daughters" and what he likes about summer.By James Arnold Taylor
 
After 22 films featuring a legion of heroes and villains, it is the end (of sorts) for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Avengers: Endgame is the culmination of an epic undertaking on the part of Marvel Studios, and delivers thrills, laughs, spectacular set pieces and one or two tears. We've done our best to avoid spoilers, but if you haven't seen ...…
 
JAT Let's Hank do his version of the show and then calls Ferris at the Billiard Zone and meets a fan. Then talks about nothing in particular and reads your emails!By James Arnold Taylor
 
What links Gandhi, Dangerous Liaisons, Groundhog Day, My Name Is Joe, The Fisher King and You've Got Mail? The answer is composer George Fenton, who scored all of these films as well as a hundred-odd more! He also provided the music for several big budget BBC wildlife documentaries, including as The Trials Of Life and Blue Planet and Planet Ear ...…
 
Our guest on this week's Soundtracking is not necessarily a name you'll be familiar with. But as a movie fan, you'll certainly know the music he has had a key hand in. For in his 20 years at Air Studios, Jake Jackson has produced and engineered an extraordinary number of magnificent scores. As well as being Nick Cave and Warren Ellis's go-to gu ...…
 
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