Podcasts

New Podcast: THE TIME IS NOW – ‘Antipas’

Brand new podcast appearance.
In the latest episode of The Time Is Now, myself and my guest Darren Mooney discuss the thirteenth episode of Millennium‘s third season, Antipas.
As someone who finds Millennium‘s final season to be a touch too esoteric for my tastes, this was the only episode of that stretch of the show that really scratched my itch, and we had huge fun talking about the Gothic madness of it. Hopefully it’s a chat you’ll enjoy too.

New Podcast: MAKE IT SO – ‘The Dark Veil’

Brand new podcast appearance.
In the latest episode of Make It So: A Star Trek Picard podcast, I joined host Luke Winch to discuss the most recent Picard tie-in book, The Dark Veil, from James Swallow, which I recently reviewed.
This was a really enjoyable chat about a damn good read, and one which allowed me to get on my soapbox about tie-in fiction and how one day I hope to see it folded into on screen canon. Stranger things have happened!

New Podcast: THE TIME IS NOW – ‘Interview: Megan Gallagher’

Brand new podcast appearance.
In the latest episode of The Time Is Now, a podcast all about the TV series Millennium, I was really pleased to be joined by one of the series’ main stars, Megan Gallagher, who played Catherine Black, to discuss her role on the show.
Recorded in the Fall of 2018, this was immense fun to record, Megan was an absolute delight, and if you’re a fan of Millennium, you really will dig what she has to say.

New Podcast: PRIMITIVE CULTURE – ‘Champagne and Confetti’

Brand new podcast appearance.
In the latest episode of Trek FM’s Primitive Culture, I join host Duncan Barrett and fellow guest Clara Cook to celebrate the show’s 100th episode!
For most TV shows, making it to the one-hundredth episode is a significant achievement. In the Star Trek franchise, only the three 1990s spinoffs—The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager were able to reach this milestone. But collectively, more than half a century since Gene Roddenberry’s original show debuted in 1966, the nine series that now comprise Star Trek are about to deliver their 800th instalment.
Join us for a trip down memory lane as we discuss some of Star Trek’s landmark installments and find out how your own knowledge of the podcast stacks up against Duncan’s two former co-hosts as we play the inaugural Primitive Culture Quiz!

New Podcast: MOTION PICTURES – ‘The Cinematic Story of 2020’

Brand new podcast appearance.
In the latest episode of Motion Pictures, myself and my co-host Carl Sweeney discuss talk through the craziest year for cinema yet – the rollercoaster that was 2020.
What was cinema like before March? Did Disney+ signal the beginning of a new era for distribution? How did Tenet fare? And how does the Warner Bros decision effect 2021 and the unpredictable year to come? We ask these questions and many more.
Plus! We count down our five favourite films we did manage to see from 2020.

New Podcast: MOTION PICTURES – ‘Fincher, Welles and the Auteur’ (Mank)

Brand new podcast appearance.
In the latest episode of Motion Pictures, A. J. Black and co-host Carl Sweeney this week celebrate the release of David Fincher’s chronicle of 1930s Hollywood, Mank, by discussing the cinematic auteur, in a special crossover episode with The Movie Palace Podcast.
What is auteur theory? How does it relate to Fincher and Orson Welles, who directed the key film central to Mank, Citizen Kane? And who else can be classified under this unique moniker?