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Best Arq podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Arq podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The Arqcast lives at the intersection of technology and possibility. From design thinking and industry insights, to emerging technology and innovation, we bring you the latest topics in tech from an insiders’ perspective. Brought to you by Arq Group, unleashing the possibilities between business and people. Disclaimer: the views, information, or opinions expressed during The Arqcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Arq Group and it ...
 
Having started his music career in Classical Music, Juan has taken to the decks to play Deep UK Garage sounds, underground Tech House and Techno, and chunky Iberican Circuit sounds that you would expect from event giants Extra Dirty, GIAM, WE Party, SuperMartXé and Matinée. Juan has played alongside the likes of Jack Chang (GER), Alyson Calagna (USA), Mike Kelly (GER), Sveta (AUS), Leomeo (FRA), Feisty (AUS), Manuel Rotondo (ITA), José González (ESP), Danny Serrano (ESP) and DJ Olivian (ITA) ...
 
Every week the Flixwatcher crew team up with other podcasters to talk about what to watch on Netflix! Flixwatcher is hosted by Helen Sadler and Kobi Omenaka. Every episode discusses and rates a film from Netflix as chosen by special guests from other podcasts using our unique Flixwatcher scoring system. We tackle classic films including Woody Allen's "Manhattan" and "Pulp Fiction" , Netflix Originals such as "Amanda Knox" and "Beasts of No Nation" through to bargain bin b-movies such as Shar ...
 
Now calling Melbourne home, DJ Du Jour, well respected and highly regarded in the industry has taken Australia and the world by storm. Originally launching her career in 2010, off the back of winning the Sydney Mardi Gras DJ Competition, Du Jour has made a remarkable impact with her musical expression and secured a reputation around the world as one the most talented Female DJs. Du Jour has a serious knack for knowing what people want, how to captivate them, tease them, throw their hands in ...
 
Oxford Street, Sydney is the world-famous epicentre of Australian LGBTQ culture. It’s also an unmissable place to dance! From the dazzling spectacle of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras to popular gay Sydney icons ARQ Sydney and Stonewall Hotel, Dom de Sousa has earned the reputation of consistently bringing beats that get the crowd jumping. With residencies including The Beresford and The Oxford Hotel (to name just a couple), Dom always plays for the time, place and crowd across styles ...
 
Melbourne-born & bred, DJ Magnus clearly communicates an infectious passion for music through the decks. If you missed his debut gig at Cairns Tropical Pride in 2007, he may well have had you sweating it out at... Big Gay Day (Brisbane), I Remember House (Sydney / Melbs), Midsumma T-Dance (Melbourne), CoastOut (Coffs Harbour), ChillOut (Daylesford), Christchurch Pride (NZ), Rebel Bar (Melbs / Sydney), Broken Heel Festival (Broken Hill), Geelong Rainbow Festival, Tropical Fruits Festival (Lis ...
 
Bookings : Rodney Lay rod@globalspin.co DJ Alex Taylor has been at the forefront of Australia’s dance music industry for 25 years. With a passion for quality house music, that is soulful, deep and funky to tribal and progressive. He has forged a name for himself that sees him playing regularly across the country and around the world. With residencies and guest sets at some of Australia’s biggest clubs such as Arq, The Ivy, Trademark, Tank, Home and Hugos Lounge, The Midnight Shift and The Be ...
 
From humble beginnings as an actor and dancer to the decks of some of Australia’s most renowned clubs and events, DJ MKY has officially landed, smack-bang, centre stage… and it’s only the beginning.Given his debut at long-running Sydney mega party Daywash and being a finalist in the Mardi Gras Spin-Off Competition, he was soon to be snapped up by some of Australia’s hottest clubs and bars including The Shift, ARQ Sydney, Columbian, Stonewall and Nevermind, not only for his “hands-in-the-air” ...
 
Aussie living in Melbourne!! I have dj'd since 1997 and have grown to love all music that is inspiring, well produced and makes me feel something!! I am lucky enough to have played my sounds in Australia, New Zealand and the USA. I play house, progressive and trance and like to share my live set recordings, own mixes, studio podcasts and what I find with other like minded people. You catch me playing at these events:Woof Club (Melbourne, AUS)Woof Club (Sydney, AUS)Harbour City Bears pres. UN ...
 
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TODAY is...Friday 27th March...The 30th anniversary of Vogue!!!Madonna’s iconic 1990 Shep Pettibone-produced “escapism” track from the “I’m Breathless” soundtrack, which scored Her the world’s best-selling single of the same year! And to commemorate this milestone achievement, here's my "Strike-A-Pose" Music Mashup! And as always, it's made with LO…
 
Georgie Grier (The Screenster Podcast) and Hannah Russell (Mags Creative: Deliciously Ella, Honestly with Clement Telford) return to flixwatcher to review Georgie’s choice the 2014 biographical drama Wild. Based on the memoir, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, Reece Witherspoon stars as Cheryl Strayed who, despite having zero hid…
 
p>Ella Watts from Orphans podcast, BBC Sounds, and Becky Brynolf from And Then What podcast return to Flixwatcher to review Ella’s choice How to Train Your Dragon. How to Train Your Dragon is a 2010 animated fantasy loosely based on the book of the same name by Cressida Powell, directed by Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, and produced by DreamWorks …
 
Amelie Thomas (Fatal Attraction Podcast) and Matt Brothers (Spocklight) join Flixwatcher to review Amelie’s Choice La La Land. La La Land is a 2016 musical from director Damien (Whiplash) Chazelle starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone that nearly won the Best Picture at the Oscars. Mia (Stone) is a struggling/aspiring actress in LA who has a series …
 
Steph Watts and Caitlin Quinlan from Bechdel Fest and Who Is She podcast return to Flixwatcher to review Steph’s choice Prisoners. Prisoners is a 2013 thriller directed by Denis Villeneuve starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Paul Dano. Two girls are abducted from outside their homes and one of their fathers (Jackman) takes matters into his …
 
Becky Young (Anti Diet Riot Club) and Honey Ross (The Body Protest) join Flixwatcher to review Becky’s choice The Wife. The Wife is a 2017 drama starring Glen Close and Jonathan Pryce, directed by Björn Runge and based on the novel of the same name by Meg Wolitzer. Pryce plays Jonathan Castleman, a celebrated author, so celebrated he receives the N…
 
Frank Didymus (Queer Intersectional Healthcare Activist) and Andrew Johnstone (sometimes podcaster occasional Digital Humanist) return to Flixwatcher to review Frank’s choice The Silence of the Lambs. The Silence of the Lambs is the 1991 adaptation of the Thomas Harris novel of the same name starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins (both Oscar-win…
 
Illustrators David Litchfield and Sam Gilby return to Flixwatcher to review David’s choice, Back to the Future Part 2. Back to the Future Part 2 reunited Michael J Fox’s Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd’s Doc, however, Crispin Glover did not return and Elizabeth Shue joined as Marty’s girlfriend Jennifer. Both Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale returned…
 
Ben (@TopFilmTip) and Rich (Betamax Video Club podcast) join Flixwatcher to review Ben’s choice the Oscar nominated animation I Lost My Body. I Lost My Body is a 2019 French animated film based on the book Happy Hand by Guillaume Laurant (who also co-wrote the screenplay) and directed by Jérémy Clapin. It won the Nespresso Grand Prize (critics choi…
 
Rhianna Dhillon (BBC 6music, previously Radio 1) and James King BBC Radio 2, also previously Radio 1) join Flixwatcher to review Rhianna’s choice Sense and Sensibility. Sense and Sensibility is the 1995 Ang Lee directed adaptation of the Jane Austen classic starring Emma Thompson (winning Best Adapted Screenplay), Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman and …
 
Hannah Russell (Mags Creative: Deliciously Ella, Honestly with Clemmie Telford) and Georgie Grier (The Screenster Podcast) join Flixwatcher to review the 2013 Richard Curtis romantic drama About Time. Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) is let into a secret by his father James (Bill Nighy) that all the men (yes, the men only) can travel back in time. Tim uses t…
 
Ali Plumb (BBC Radio 1) and Ally Wybrew (Empire Magazine) return to Flixwatcher to review Ali’s choice Moneyball. Moneyball is a 2011 baseball film based on true events starring Brad Pitt, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jonah Hill. Directed by Bennett (Capote, Foxcatcher) Miller and co written by Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin it tells the story of t…
 
Happy 2020 everyone!! Viv Groskop (How to Own a Room) and Rosie Wilby (The Breakup Monologues) return to Flixwatcher to review Viv’s choice, Goodfellas. Goodfellas is the 1990 gangster crime epic from Martin Scorsese starring Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci based on the non-fiction book Wiseguy. It tells the rise and fall of mob wannabe He…
 
Suzy Buttress (Casual Birder Podcast) and Sara-Mae Tuson (Fable Gazers) return to Flixwatcher to review Suzy’s choice Mystic Pizza. Mystic Pizza is a 1988 romantic drama starring Julia Roberts, Lili Taylor and Annabeth Gish that also features Matt Damon’s film debut. Not a huge hit on its release, Mystic Pizza has gained a dedicated cult following …
 
Scarlett Russell (Sunday Times Style and Secrets of the Side Hustle podcast) and Anna Smith (Girls on Film, Metro and Time Out) return to Flixwatcher to review Scarlett’s choice Good Will Hunting. Good Will Hunting is a 1997 film written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck and directed by Gus Van Sant. Damon plays Will, a genius with issues who works as …
 
Andrew Johnstone (sometimes podcaster occasional Digital Humanist) and Frank (on their podcast debut!) Didymus (Queer Intersectional Healthcare Activist) join Flixwatcher to review Andrew’s choice The Never Ending Story. A contender for the worst use of puppets in film, The Never Ending Story is a 1984 fantasy adventure from director Wolfgang (Das …
 
Liz Campbell (Wooden Overcoats, No Space for Heroes) and Zac Fortais-Gomm (The Orphans) return to Flixwatcher to review Zac’s choice The Cabin in the Woods. The Cabin in the Woods is a 2011 horror/mystery/sort of comedy. Directed by Drew Goddard with a screenplay from Joss Whedon it also features an early Chris (Thor) Hemsworth performance. The Cab…
 
Comedians Funmbi Omotayo (Quotas Full) and Dane Baptiste (Questions Everything) return to Flixwatcher to review Funmbi’s choice, Training Day. Training Day is a 2001 film from Antoine Fuqua and written by David Ayer, it stars Ethan Hawke as rookie officer Jake Hoyt on his first day with live wire Detective Alonzo Harris played by Denzel Washington …
 
Ally Wybrew (Empire Magazine) and Ali Plumb (BBC Radio 1) join Flixwatcher to review Ally’s choice Legally Blonde. Legally Blonde is a 2001 romantic comedy starring Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods, the seemingly ‘dumb blonde’ who goes to Harvard to study law and impress her ex-boyfriend. Legally Blonde could easily be awful, there is a LOT of pink …
 
Becky Brynolf (And Then What podcast) and Ella Watts (Orphans podcast) join Flixwatcher to review Becky’s choice A Simple Favour. A Simple Favour is a 2018 black comedy from director Paul (Bridesmaids) Feig starring Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively. Anna Kendrick plays single mum vlogger Stephanie who becomes friends with Blake Lively’s ultra-glam Em…
 
Caitlin Quinlan and Steph Watts from Bechdel Fest and Who Is She podcast join Flixwatcher to review Caitlin’s choice Moonstruck. Moonstruck is an utterly bonkers Oscar winning romantic comedy starring Cher and Nic Cage. Cher plays Loretta, an unlucky in love widow who gets engaged to Johnny (Danny Aiello) but ends up falling for his brother Nic Cag…
 
It's Episode 129! Illustrators Sam Gilbey and David Litchfield join Flixwatcher to review Sam’s choice, John Carpenters The Thing. The Thing is a 1981 sci-fi horror directed by John Carpenter and starring Kurt Russell. Not to be confused with the 2011 version, The Thing or The Thing from Another World from 1951. The film opens with a dog being chas…
 
Its episode 128 Louisa Maycock (Girls on Tops) and Jake Cuningham (Random Acts and Ghibliotheque podcast) return, this time for Louisa’s choice, Mike Mills’ 20th Century Women. 20th Century Women is a 2016 coming of age comedy-drama written and directed by Mike Mills with a stellar cast of Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig and Billy Crudup…
 
It’s Episode 127. Ben from Excuse the Mess and composer Anne Nikitin return to review Ben’s choice, the 2018 thriller/horror film Calibre. Calibre is a British thriller with strong leanings towards horror by Matt Palmer featuring an original film score by our guest Anne! It stars Jack Lowden as Vaughn Martin McCann as Marcus who are old friends who…
 
It’s Episode 126. Rosie Wilby (The Breakup Monologues) and Viv Groskop (How to Own a Room) join Flixwatcher to review Rosie’s choice, Blue is the Warmest Colour. Blue is the Warmest Colour is a 2013 French language film starring Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos. Based on a graphic novel by Julie Maroh and directed by Abdellatif Kechiche also won…
 
For Bookings Contact : rod@globalspin.coTracklisting :1. In Your Mind (Casual Connection Poolside Remix) - Harpoon feat iDo2. Ever Again (Soulwax Remix) - Soulwax, Robyn3. White Horse - Laid Back4. Landslide feat. Jinadu (Extended Mix) - Jinadu, Simone Liberali5. Ride It (Extended Mix) - DJ Regard6. Break 4 Luv - Original Mix - Raze7. London Headac…
 
It’s Episode 125 Jonathon and James from Black Men Can’t Jump in Hollywood join Flixwatcher, this time with guest Corinna standing in for Helen to review Rian Johnson’s 2012 sci fi Looper. Looper stars Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (with some weird things going on with his face to make him look like a younger Bruce Willis) at time-traveling…
 
It’s Episode 124. Joining Flixwatcher are Sara-Mae Tuson (Fable Gazers) and Suzy Buttress (Casual Birder Podcast) to review Sara-Mae’s choice Always Be My Maybe. Always Be My Maybe is a 2019 romantic comedy starring Ali Wong (Sasha) and Randall Park (Marcus) (who also wrote the screenplay) as best friends who after an awkward sexual encounter end u…
 
It’s Episode 123! Comedians Dane Baptiste (Questions Everything) and Funmbi Omotayo (Quotas Full) join Flixwatcher to review Dane’s choice, The Terminator. The Terminator is the 1984 sci fi classic from James Cameron starring Arnie as the Terminator, Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor and Michael Biehn as Kyle Reese. The Terminator is sent back in time…
 
It’s episode 122 ! Liz Campbell (Wooden Overcoats, No Space for Heroes) and Zack Fortais-Gomm (The Orphans) join Flixwatcher to review the Monty Python 1979 feature film Life of Brian. Life of Brian is the story of Brian who is accidentally mistaken for Jesus in a series of absurd events and spends the film avoiding his mother and an ever growing g…
 
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