JudyCast is a surreal talk/variety show hosted by Judy Garland and her band of Hollywood and Broadway legends. Solely voiced and produced by Bill Phair, there's really no other podcast like it!
Guildhall ResearchWorks is a vibrant forum bringing together staff, students and guests to create a live laboratory of exploration and debate. Listen to interviews with research staff & guests, and previews of events including conferences and study...
A brief message and song to wish you a happy and healthy new year.
Judy and her band of legends are back!
Join Judy for a brief song and dance dedicated to her dear associate, Deanna.
JudyCast goes out on the road to follow Judy as she returns to Hollywood for the first time in 50 years. There, she confronts a monster and the city of stars she left behind.By Bill Phair
The gang tries to break Judy out of prison. Hilarity ensues.
Instajudy. Hashbrown: Garland.
A Once in a Lifetime Event... Judy shows up early. Her 90th Birthday isn't until June 10th, but you can start celebrating now! So, lift a chocolate egg cream to Grand Rapids' favorite daughter.
I wonder who called...
Raymond Yiu (DMus Composer) and Lee Warren (librettist) talk to Julian Anderson (Professor in Composition, Guildhall School of Music & Drama) about their collaborative process, and their work-in-progress, Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio. Part 2 of 2.
Raymond Yiu (DMus Composer) and Lee Warren (librettist) talk to Julian Anderson (Professor in Composition, Guildhall School of Music & Drama) about their collaborative process, and their work-in-progress, Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio. Part 1 of 2.
Roundtable discussion at the ResearchWorks New Opera Day with Olivia Fuchs, Katie Tearle, Stephen Plaice and John Sloboda (Research Professor, Guildhall School of Music & Drama), chaired by Julian Philips.
As part of the ResearchWorks New Opera Research Day, Katie Tearle, (Head of Education and Community Projects, Glyndebourne) introduces Glyndebourne Education and New Work, and talks about commissioning for young people.
As part of the ResearchWorks New Opera Research Day, librettist Stephen Plaice talks about the status of librettists today, and his role as a librettist.
Julian Philips (Head of Composition, Guildhall School of Music & Drama) introduces the ResearchWorks New Opera Research Day (4th February 2011), and discusses whether opera is alive or dead as an art form.
Helena Gaunt talks to Jonathan Holmes (Artistic Director) and Peter Readman (Associate Composer)of Jericho House, whose production of The Tempest comes to St Giles' Church as part of the Barbican's bite 11 season in September 2011.
Head of Jazz Martin Hathaway and research professor Gail Brand preview the Guildhall Jazz Festival and Improvisation Fringe, which runs alongside it. Gail discusses improvisation across the School, and how the Fringe plans to explore it further.
Helena Gaunt talks to Head of Opera Clive Timms, conductor Robert Howarth and director Stephen Medcalf about this term's opera, the rarely-performed gem Spinalba, which opens at the Silk Street Theatre on 4 November.
Steve and the Lady.
Bernadette, Judy, Carol. Tell 'em how you feel girls.
Join Judy for an intimate set at the Vanguard.
It's been long enough, Ephraim.
Pass the L. Frank Lip Balm, we're back.
Tick tock tick tock. She's back!
Like a cigarette break at the funny farm.
It's girls night out, however brief.
Halloween, Frances Style.
Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simone, and Stitch guest star.
JudyCast falls in love with Rose in a production of those girls golden.
Ex-husbands, the Little Red Hen, and rain.
Judy defends Liza against New York Times journalist Alessandra Stanley.
Judy sneaks into the studio and takes a call from Barbra Streisand. Michael John LaChiusa's Marie Christine gets the Hard Out Here For a Pimp treatment.
Judy discusses the love of her life and plays Tetris.