Geektown Radio 176: 'Man In The High Castle' & 'Ducktales' Composer Dominic Lewis, UK TV News & Air Dates!

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As we head into October the TV craziness begins, when all the US shows start to return to our screens. Fear not though, the Geektown Radio podcast is here to help, as we break down all the latest tv news and UK tv air date info, so you never miss a thing! This week, we also have an exclusive interview with 'Man In The High Castle' & 'Ducktales' Composer, Dominic Lewis.

Dominic Lewis is a British-born composer with sensational talents that have catapulted him to the forefront of music in television and film. He is currently scoring Season 3 of Amazon and Ridley Scott’s Emmy-winning series, 'The Man in the High Castle', which premieres on 5th October 2018. Dominic’s ghostly, haunting music for the show’s first two seasons earned him two BMI Streaming Media Awards. He is also composing Sony’s upcoming comedy adventure, 'Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween', opening in UK theatres 19th October (12th in the US), and Disney XD’s revitalized 'DuckTales', starring Lin-Manuel Miranda and David Tennant.

Earlier this year Dominic scored Sony Pictures Animation’s 'Peter Rabbit', starring James Corden, Rose Byrne, and Domnhall Gleeson, for which Dominic won a BMI Film Music Award. His other recent projects include Sony Pictures’ 'Rough Night', Warner Brothers’ comedy 'Fist Fight', Lionsgate’s 'The Duff', and Sony’s riveting hostage drama, 'Money Monster', starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts.

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