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A podcast that celebrates people doing great things in local communities. These are the unsung heros who have started social enterprises or community intiative’s a hope to make the world a better place. Why are these community initiatives so important?What is that drives these people?What are the hurdles they are facing?And is what they’re doing having a real impact? We’ll find out on this episode of ‘All Good In The Hood’
 
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Our license to kill is renewed as Bob Chipman returns to discuss George Lazenby's sole outing as 007, the divisive On Her Majesty's Secret Service. We compare Lazenby's take on James Bond to Sean Connery's, debate whether Telly Savalas is the best Blofeld, and speculate on what audiences thought of the movie's notorious ending. Warning: Contains ex…
 
It's October again and time for some serious horror movie watching! But what if you have little ones and are looking for some gentler scares for the kids? Worry not because we've brought back Chris and Sarah, hosts of the Creating Geeks parenting podcast, to help us select some perfect movies to share with the family for the Halloween season. Liste…
 
Introducing Fantasy Casting, a new feature in which we suggest our preferred actors for films, including adaptations and remakes, that have not yet reached a theater near you. With the acquisition of 20th Century Fox by Disney, the film rights to the Fantastic Four have returned to the Marvel banner and the introduction of comics' First Family into…
 
We've reached episode 100 and what better way to celebrate than to offer our views on one of the most debated motion pictures of all time? We're getting lost in the hedge maze of Stanley Kubrick's iconic horror film The Shining, and to up the ante, we're making this our first audio commentary. Watch the movie with us as we identify differences betw…
 
In this episode we face nurse sharks, a relatively large squid, and Kirk Douglas' bare chest as we take a cruise with Disney's live-action classic adventure 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Along the way, Tim discusses Walt Disney's quest for revenge over the loss of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit while Corinne reminisces about Disney World's clunky Nautilus…
 
We welcome Noel Thingvall to the show as we excavate our first Hammer film, Quatermass and the Pit (a.k.a. Five Million Years to Earth), featuring that most British of sci-fi heroes, Bernard Quatermass. Listen as we discuss the brilliant career of Quatermass creator Nigel Kneale, examine the social, religious, and political themes buried beneath th…
 
Bust out the quarters because we're aiming to break some high scores with our discussion of The Last Starfighter from the summer of 1984. Listen as we reminisce about our video game-infused childhoods, point out the unmistakable influence of Star Wars on this arcade-era space opera, and comment on the film's groundbreaking computer effects. Warning…
 
Break out the coffee and grab those energy drinks because we've got to stay awake to watch Philip Kaufman's unnerving 1978 remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers. We discuss how the pod people serve as an adaptable metaphor for different social fears, soak in the atmosphere of paranoia created by Kaufman and his collaborators, and freak out over …
 
Every February, sci-fi fans from across New England converge on Somerville, Massacusetts for the annual Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, culminating in the Sci-Fi Marathon, a 24-hour endurance test for film fans featuring a wide variety of movies displaying, the best, worst, and weirdest of the genre. While we couldn't attend in person for thi…
 
Luz studied Medicine in her native Colombia, graduating as a GP and later working in Casualty. Finding that she enjoyed hospital administration more, Luz moved into an administrative role gaining Graduate Diplomas in Business Administration and Marketing, and an MA in Communication. Before leaving Colombia she had established her own communications…
 
Deb is a mother of 4 and a grandmother of 9 and she’s had her own share of ups and downs through life. She had an alcoholic mother and in her 20’s she suffered domestic violence. After leaving her partner she became an alcoholic herself but has been sober now for over 12 years. For the past 3 1/2 years, Deb’s grassroots charity ‘From Us To You - Me…
 
Here is our first live show, recorded at the Peabody Essex Museum as part of Salem Horror Fest. To mark the 50th anniversary of the release of Night of the Living Dead, we discuss George Romero's Living Dead film series. Listen as we discuss how Romero used zombies as metaphors for social issues, chart how Romero's zombies developed from flesh-eati…
 
Kon Karapanagiotidis OAM is the CEO and founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. Kon is proudly Greek, growing up in a working class family in a small country town in Victoria. Kon’s personal experience of racism and witnessing the exploitation of his parents in factories, as well as his grandparents’ experience as refugees who fled the Pontia…
 
Mark is a 22 year police veteran who was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety in February 2013. His triggering incident occurred in April 2003 and through a combination of being naïve to mental health and having no mental health education, did not heed the warning signs until it was too late. Mark felt extremely alo…
 
Daniel Lewis is a Melbourne-based writer, dad of three and co-founder and editor of The Dad Website. He was born 41 years ago in Edenhope. As his dad was a bank manager he schooled in several locations across country Victoria: Mildura, Nhill, Swan Hill and Wangaratta before settling in Cobram for most of his high school years. At the end of year 12…
 
Katerina Gaita is the founder and CEO of Climate for Change, a new not-for-profit working to create the social climate in Australia for the action we need on climate change. Climate for Change focuses on supporting those who do understand the scale and urgency of solutions needed to have more effective conversations with people around them who do n…
 
We're defrosting a sci-fi classic that helped kick off the alien invasion craze of 1950s cinema, The Thing From Another World. Listen in as we discuss the conflict of science vs. militarism, explore metaphorical interpretations of the vegetative title monster, and investigate the mystery of who actually directed the movie. Warning: Contains explici…
 
Matiu founded One Good Street, a social networking platform to encourage neighbour initiated care for older residents at risk of social isolation and loneliness. Matiu is Design Integration Lead at Bolton Clarke, driving innovation and creativity in the aged and community sector. Matiu has a Master's degree in Public Health and broad clinical and m…
 
Born in Wellington New Zealand, Amy Churchouse developed a diverse range of interests at a young age and following high school, moved to Auckland to complete a degree in Sport Science and Psychology at the before entering the workforce. With a naturally adventurous spirit, she has explored many industries and countries on her journey through adulth…
 
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