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An accused witch is banished from her home in Portland, Maine. A young socialite in New Orleans dabbles in magic to get rid of a rival. An acrobat in a traveling circus learns her greatest enemy lives in the mirror. An Irish immigrant may have brought malevolent faeries with her to the New World. A lumberjack in the Pacific Northwest suspects a monster lurks behind the enormous trees. A Colorado gold miner finds himself trapped in the bowels of the earth, no matter how many times he tries to ...
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TV Makers

Ashley Golder

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TV Makers is a podcast that takes listeners behind the scenes of the TV industry, interviewing professionals in various roles to gain insights into their work. Host Ashley Golder speaks with the likes of Steadicam operators, Production Managers, Directors, Lighting Technicians, and more, covering all aspects of the TV world. In each episode, we delve into the intricacies of their roles, learning about the challenges and rewards of working in the industry. With episodes released every two wee ...
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Available on iTunes, Spotify, and wherever you get your pods. The Directors UK Podcast allows the listener to attend our member events with top directors. Hear what directors have to say when they speak to a room of their peers, and gain exclusive insight into their creative process. Directors UK is the professional association for UK screen directors. With over 8,000 members, we represent directors’ rights and concerns, promote excellence in the craft of direction and champion change to the ...
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Noodlin' with Josh

Trip Hazard Presents

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Welcome! Trip Hazard Presents, or THP, is the creative team behind the podcasts: “Noodlin’ with Josh”, CBJW, and a few others buried for a variety of reasons. Born out of an attempt to make new friends over any distance, Noodlin’ with Josh is an interview talk-show with 3 very specific rules: drink when interrupted, utilize the very specific safe-word, and share this show. Also found on the THP channel is the variety show, “CBJW” hosted by Caitlin Burt and Josh Weaver. This show of unlimited ...
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Pebbles of Light strives to help you recognize those who have helped light your path and become the person you are. This helps you to have direction and courage in sharing your light with others. We'll cover a variety of topics, including: parenting, mom hacks, faith, home life, relationships, traditions, and more. Anne Maxson joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 2002 and her life has been full of unexpected (and sometimes difficult to recognize) blessings ever since. Sh ...
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We believe that successful businesses run on people and relationships. The better your people perform, the better your business will perform. This show is dedicated to business owners and team builders that are looking to get the best out of their people and workforce. Each episode will be a strategy, a message, and even tips and tricks to help you create and cultivate a passionate workforce for your organization. Your host has spent her career helping companies and leaders handle the tough ...
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In the grand finale of Series 2, we're closing with a bang! Please welcome Emmy Award-winning director Jessica Hobbs, renowned for her work on The Crown, Broadchurch, The Regime, and Apple Tree Yard. Jessica shares her insights on directing and reveals the secrets behind crafting some of the most captivating television of the past decade. Don't mis…
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Listen to the latest episode of the Directors UK podcast!From our special In Conversation event from May 2024. Richard Linklater speaks to Sarah Gavron about the making of his latest film, Hit Man!Tune in to hear the two discuss what it was like shooting on location in New Orleans, Richard's experience working with Netflix, and how he approaches wo…
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The latest episode of the Directors UK podcast comes from our members’ masterclass with BAFTA-award winning multi-camera director Nikki Parsons. We take a deep dive into Nikki's work directing Strictly Come Dancing and the Eurovision Song Contest, exploring how the full process from rehearsals to live performances comes together.Moderated by award-…
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Starting out in the TV Industry? Listen closely to Lottie Targett's tips and tricks in how to survive as a Runner on your next show! Not just one for the burgeoning new recruits of television but Lottie's no holds barred opinion on what life is like in TV, paired with her incredible enthusiasm is bound to make any veteran remember their own experie…
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Nathaniel Christian-John has carved his way as a trusted researcher within factual television and in this episode, speaks about what it means to have an episode rest on his due diligence and quick thinking. We also speak about the right age (if there is one) to enter into the industry and how to communicate effectively with senior team members. If …
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Mike Sansom is the founder of Brightfire productions and the go to person for all things special effects. Mike has worked on TV royalty such as Top Gear, The Grand Tour, Derren Brown, The Slow Mo Guys to name but a few and he has some stories to go along with his vast experience. If you're looking to see what it takes to be a master of Special Effe…
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This week we have, Emilea Bagstaff, a fantastic, up and coming, Production Coordinator. Some of Emilea’s credits include Bafta award winning Documentary, Ambulance, and new doc for Discovery - Britain’s Deadliest. Arguably, Production Coordinators are the backbone of any tv production, but the intricacies of what’s involved spans further than any s…
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This week we have the fabulous Zac Clarke, a Camera Assistant with credits on huge shows such as The Late Late show with James Corden, Comic Relief, Interior design masters and The Voice. Zac quickly made a name for himself as one of the best camera assistants you can hire and he speaks about the added extras he brings to his role, the pressures of…
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On this week's episode, Claire O'Shea uncovers the mystery box that is the world of task producing. Where, instead of people sat around a white board coming up with ideas, they are instead bringing in films and snacks, testing and re-testing, to make the best tasks, challenges and games imaginable. Claire's impressive rostra of credits from the lik…
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I'm excited to bring you Sarah Milton, Production Designer with over 30 years of set design experience and the designer behind shows such as The Great British Menu, Spring Watch, Secret life of 4, 5 and 6 year olds, Ministry of Curious Stuff and the Martin lewis Money Show. You can find Sarah on her website by clicking here. TV Makers is your go-to…
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This episode features director Alexander Payne, who joined us to discuss the making of his latest feature film The Holdovers.Alexander spoke to film journalist Wendy Mitchell about his approach to shooting to establish a strong sense of place, how he found the visual tone for the 1970s setting, and getting the balance right between creating a perio…
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This week we have Production Manager Jamie Stratton who not only has a wealth of experience, he started a TV revolution by writing an open letter to broadcasters insisting on parity in pay with his editorial counterparts. The open letter was signed by thousands of other people in the industry and if you want to also add your name to it, the link ca…
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This episode features directing duo Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, who joined us to discuss the making of their latest film and first narrative feature Nyad.Listen now to learn about their transition from documentary to drama, the challenges of shooting in and underwater, and portraying the real Diana Nyad.…
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Sofia Coppola sat down with fellow director Emerald Fennell to discuss her latest film Priscilla, a biopic of Priscilla Presley.Hear the two award-winning directors discuss the challenges of portraying a household name, translating Priscilla’s 1985 memoir to the big screen, and conveying the worlds of teenage girls.…
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Welcome to TV Makers with host Ashley Golder and we are back for Series 2! Join us as we hear from TV professionals from all corners of the industry and ask what they do and how they do it. If you’re new to the podcast, a huge welcome to you, and thank you for tuning in! There’s an entire series you can catch up on with 10 episodes waiting for you,…
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Chicago, IL 1885 Dr. Nathaniel Martin is proud to be at the forefront of modern psychiatry, but a painful bout of insomnia and the repressed memory of a personal tragedy lead him to the most puzzling psychological challenge of his career: the inner workings of his own mind. Join us for a tale of delusion and despair in the story of... The Psychiatr…
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A new year is upon us and so is Series 2 of TV Makers, an industry podcast where I talk to TV veterans and work out how to do their job before we get there ourselves. It's a podcast for those looking to step up but not entirely sure what's involved in that next promotion. How do you go from production Coordinator to Production manager? What's invol…
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For our final In Conversation members event of 2023, Andrew Haigh sat down with Sandra Hebron to discuss his latest film All Of Us Strangers, a beautiful and poignant film about love and loss.Andrew spoke about capturing vulnerable performances from his cast, including Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal, and creating a calming environment on set. He also…
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Baker's Park, CO 1868 A gold miner in Colorado has had it with the brutal winters. Once he finds a secret treasure hiding in the rocks, he sets his sights on retirement in a warmer climate. But the mountains may not be ready to let him go. Join us for a tale of bitterness, greed, and the deep, dark recesses of the earth – and indeed, of our very ow…
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As part of our In Conversation season, Todd Haynes returned to Directors UK and spoke to fellow director Harry Wootliff about his latest feature film, May December. Todd spoke about how he created the film’s distinct style of comedy, working with actors Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore and Charles Melton, and a director’s responsibility.…
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This episode of the Directors UK podcast comes from our In Conversation event with Bradley Cooper and Shawn Levy, who went behind-the-scenes of the Leonard Bernstein biopic Maestro. Bradley discussed cinematic tools he used to depict the marriage of Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, the importance of collaboration, and his evolution as a filmmaker fro…
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This episode of the Directors UK podcast was recorded at our members' masterclass with director, producer and editor Thomas Meadmore and documentary story consultant Nic Guttridge.Thomas and Nic were joined by award-winning documentary director Sophie Robinson to discuss the making of gripping true crime ITV feature documentary 'The Real Vanishing …
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Puget Sound, WA 1861 An introverted worker has found a steady job in the Pacific Northwest logging industry and comfortable home with his wife and son, but his safe haven is threatened when he suspects something terrible lurks within the epic forests. Join us for a tale of love, sacrifice, and the forces that feed on our deepest fears in the story …
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As part of our In Conversation season, James Hawes sat down with fellow director Jessica Hobbs to discuss his theatrical feature debut One Life, the true story of Sir Nicholas 'Nicky' Winton, a young London broker who rescued 669 children from the Nazis in the months leading up to World War II.James and Jessica had a brilliant deep dive into James’…
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This episode of the Directors UK podcast was recorded at our masterclass with Emmy-nominated director Peter Hoar, who gave us insight into his critically acclaimed episode of HBO's The Last of Us.Peter was joined by fellow director and his Directors UK Inspire mentee Stephen Gallacher for a deep dive into the making of Episode 3, 'Long, Long Time',…
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Welcome to the latest episode of the Directors UK podcast!As part of our In Conversation season, director and cinematographer Molly Manning Walker sat down with fellow director Michael Pearce to discuss her debut feature film How to Have Sex.Recorded at one of our member events, Molly discussed shifting from cinematography to directing, her approac…
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Welcome to the latest episode of the Directors UK podcast!As part of our In Conversation season, we were joined by Zach Braff for a deep dive into A Good Person. Speaking to BFI programmer Rowan Woods via Zoom, Zach explores his approach to his craft and working with actors, his visual language as a director, and how he creates the tone for his fil…
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Welcome to the latest episode of the Directors UK podcast!Our In Conversation season continues, with Charlotte Regan joining us for a Directors UK member event to chat about directing her first feature film, Scrapper. In Conversation with Observer film critic Wendy Ide, Charlotte discusses working with young people, including first-time actor Lola …
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Welcome to the latest episode of the Directors UK podcast!This new episode comes from the first Directors UK In Conversation member event for 2023, where Barbie director and Academy Award nominee Greta Gerwig joined us In Conversation with fellow director Academy Award-winner Alfonso Cuarón. Tune in and join us in Barbie Land, where Greta explores …
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Hey everybody, and welcome to another episode of Noodlin’ with Josh - on this episode I get to noodle with fellow actor and transplant to the city, Shelby Shea. Spelled like the butter but no relation.I’m going to start by pulling right from her IMDB bio because that’s not something I get to say very often - PLUS, she sounds fancy as fuuuuuck and I…
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IG Jessi.HobbsTik tok jessi_hobbs13 On this episode of Noodlin' with Josh I get to chat with newly published author, producer, and fellow Los Angeleno, Jessica Hobbs. The path to your dreams is as long as you want it to be. While kicking ass as a Producer in Hollywood, Jessica realized her true passion was in writing and after stumbling into Short …
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Welcome back to TV Makers, and for the series finale we bring you Hugo Healy, award winning Drone Operator. With a repertoire of prestigious accolades, including triumphs at some of the globe's most prestigious photography awards, Hugo's expertise has allowed him to film and photograph some unique perspectives. His lens has captured iconic moments …
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This episode comes from our members’ masterclass with acclaimed director Anthony Byrne and director of photography Mathieu Plainfossé, discussing their work on the sixth and final series of Peaky Blinders. Moderated by Directors UK member William McGregor, in this episode Anthony and Mathieu cover everything from preparation, lighting and lenses, t…
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In this weeks episode of TV Makers we have a true master of his craft, the incredibly talented Steadicam Operator, Dom Jackson! Dom has used his skills on Award winning shows such as Strictly come Dancing, Big Brother, Olympic closing and opening ceremonies, Japan World Cup, BAFTA’s, EMA and NME awards as well as being the go to operator for huge l…
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On this week's episode is Jacqueline Baker, an exceptional Development Producer who has made a significant impact on the industry both with her winning commissions and within the TV community itself. As if her work as a Development Producer wasn't enough to talk about, Jacqui has an impressive list of extra curricular TV credits: Broadcast Now’s Ho…
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In this captivating episode of TV Makers, we dive into the world of Liam White, a renowned Director of Photography (DOP) and Gimbal operator who has carved his niche in the music industry. From capturing electrifying live performances to intimate studio sessions, Liam has become the go-to professional within music circles. Join us as we unravel the…
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New Orleans, LA 1835 Violet Davenport loves New Orleans, and once she makes her debut at the annual Mardi Gras carnival, New Orleans will love her right back. But when Violet learns her new and quite unwelcome step-sister will be sharing the spotlight on her special night, Violet turns to the magickal forces that lurk beneath the surface of the cit…
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Welcome to the Directors UK Podcast!This episode comes from our member event with Frank Berry, director of Aisha, which stars Letitia Wright and Josh O'Connor. Frank spoke to fellow director Kim Longinotto about his career path, choosing his collaborators, and why listening is the key component to his filmmaking. We hope you enjoy the show!…
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Welcome back to TV Makers! This week I'm speaking with Series Director, Mike Parker, who discusses how to make the leap from Producer Directing (PD) to Series Directing (SD), what's involved in the role and some of the added responsibilities on his shoulders. Mike is infinitely experienced in live, reality and game show formats, often mixing these …
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Welcome to the Directors UK Podcast!This episode comes from our member event with Alex Pritz, director of the acclaimed documentary The Territory. Alex spoke to fellow director Jenny Ash all about building bonds with his contributors, the importance of honesty in the making of the film, and the value of sound design. We hope you enjoy the podcast!…
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Episode 5 and it's an important one! The Edit! Without the edit we have no show and often, despite the fact they hate the phrase, the edit really does often fix it in post. Hosted by Ashley Golder, today's episode of TV Makers see's the talented and wonderful Helen Page who works as both a Series Producer and Edit Producer and for this episode, div…
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Welcome back to TV Makers! This is a bi-weekly podcast talking with industry experts who spill the beans in how to actually do the jobs we're expected to know...before we get the jobs! This week we have a wealth of experience to hand in the form of Matt Bacon. A Sound Recordist with credits from The Apprentice, Top Gear, Master Chef, The Bachelor a…
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Welcome to the latest episode of TV Makers! Before we dive in, we want to provide a content warning that this episode includes a conversation about sexual assault. We understand that this is a sensitive topic, and we want to ensure that our listeners feel supported throughout the episode and there are links below if anyone would like to reach out o…
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Thank you everyone who listened to the first episode of TV Makers. A tonne of you downloaded to listen so I hope you enjoy this episode just as much. This week for the second episode of the series, we have Camilla Lunn, a Shooting Assistant Producer who is perhaps the most uplifting person you could ever speak to and therefore listen to. If you’re …
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The very first episode of the brand new podcast TV Makers! Every two weeks Ashley Golder interviews an industry professional to delve into the intricacies of their role, learning about the challenges and rewards of working in the industry. This week we have Ben Seale, a Shooting Producer / Director working in the unscripted side of TV. You can find…
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Welcome to the Directors UK Podcast.This episode comes from our event with director Lila Neugebauer, who discussed the making of her latest film, Causeway, with fellow director Philippa Lowthorpe.Lila told us all about working with Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry, her editorial process, and the influence of theatre on her directing.We hope …
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TV Makers is a podcast that takes listeners behind the scenes of the TV industry, interviewing professionals in various roles to gain insights into their work. Host Ashley Golder speaks with the likes of Steadicam operators, Production Managers, Directors, Lighting Technicians, and more, covering all aspects of the TV world. In each episode, we del…
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