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Best Ben Sheppard podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Ben Sheppard podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Everything Stephen King, from Carrie to The Institute, from the novels to the short stories, from the small screen to the big screen. Each month we take a deep dive into one book from the bibliography of the King of horror fiction, while also charting the byways of King's forays into other genres (The Dark Tower series, On Writing etc) and also casting an eye on the many TV and film adaptations of King's work. Recorded live from the UEA media suite, Richard Sheppard interviews writers, acade ...
 
Money Hungry Bastards first Debut Podcast Hosted by Whichcraft. Guests on Podcast include Mr.Cord, Masai Bey, Whichcraft, Citizen Kane, L.I.F.E Long, St.Joseph, Dig, Dug, DIk Daztardly, Nickel. Keko, Sinister Marks, Nameless, Ben Wade, V'nessa Tzavellas, Leland Jones, Tracy Jones, Edwordz, Subterranean Movement, Sickening Ruff
 
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Very happy to have the legendary Tom Holland on the podcast, speaking to us from the United States. We discuss his new book The Notch (links below, buy it, it's a corker), the controversial ending of Thinner, and his life in the film industry including how his first job was to write a sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Plus, Tom gives us some gre…
 
We take our first steps down the long and winding road that leads us to Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower. Joining Dark Tower-sceptic Richard Sheppard is our special guest, archivist and guide Ben Craske. We talk Roland, Walter O'Dim, gunslinging in the USA and barely talk about the film adaptation at all. Promise. Ben's project, Local Rec…
 
Something a little different as our host Ben Sheppard recounts his experience pre, during and post his 24 hour track challenge with fellow podcaster and runner Jake Lowe. The clips are taken from Jake’s show ‘Running with Jake - The Plodcast’. If you’d like to donate to Globals make some noise and Ben’s challenge then the donation link is below. Be…
 
We continue our look at all things Pet Sematary with an interview with author, academic and festival organiser Dr Linda Sheppard. Wooden acting, cheesy visual FX and blundered writing aside, there's a lot to enjoy about these two films, as we find out. We look at how the shift from Gage to Ellie in the 2019 version puts a very different spin on the…
 
Edward Parnell is the author of The Listeners (2014 Rethink New Novels Prize Winner) and 2019's Ghostland (‘a wonderfully evocative book, creating a sense of place and invoking the power of literature and nature.’ The Guardian). He joins host Richard Sheppard in the studio to discuss the haunted world of Louis Creed, a young doctor who has bought a…
 
This episode we check out of the Overlook Hotel with a look at 1997's The Shining Miniseries and 2012's Room 237. Joining host Richard Sheppard is film critic and scholar Craig Appleby, and together they discuss sometimes interesting, often misfiring epic TV version of Stephen King's novel. Lime-green CGI animals meet a likeable version of Jack Tor…
 
The Constant Viewer podcast turns its eyes on Stanley Kubrick's 1980 adaptation of The Shining. This is one of the icons of the horror cinema, and to do it justice we got in film reviewer and genre expert Vincent M. Gaine to wield the scalpel as we dissect this masterpiece. We also take time to check Dr Sleep's temperature, and look how Mike Flanag…
 
This month we are joined by academic, writer, actor and broadcaster Richard J Hand. Richard is the lead writer on The Poe Radio Theatre out of Baltimore, episodes of which can be found on NPR or through apple podcasts. Today he joins to to discuss The Shining, King's third novel which the set the bar for haunted house stories in the twentieth centu…
 
Scott Jenkins is a Moab 240 FINISHER. He completed the race in 93 hours 58 minutes and 14 seconds, finishing 35th and in doing so became the first Welsh man ever to finish one of the most iconic ULTRAs on earth. Ben sat down with him over a bottle of whiskey to celebrate and debrief his extraordinary experience. Follow us on Instagram. Ben Sheppard…
 
A trio of Salem’s Lot adaptations to trawl through, from Tobe Hooper’s iconic miniseries all the way to 2004’s mood-laden TV series. Co-hosted by UEA’s Bad Film Society’s Craig Appleby. Contact us on theconstantreaderpodcast@gmail.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theconstantreaderpodcast/message…
 
Stephen King's second novel, Salem's Lot, not only conquered the 'difficult second book' syndrome with style, it went down in culture as THE modern vampire novel. I was lucky enough to sit down with Steph McKenna from the Thirst Podcast and the National Writer's Centre, as we sink our teeth into the Middlemarch of horror fiction.Apologies to Steph …
 
Richard Sheppard is joined by UEA's Bad Film Society's Craig Appleby to take a look at four different adaptations of Stephen King's Carrie. From Spacek to Grace-Moretz, and all points in between, we cover the highs and lows (looking at you, The Rage: Carrie 2) of bringing King's debut novel to the screen. Contact us at theconstantreaderpodcast@gmai…
 
It all started back in 2010 when Scott and his brother decided to run from Boston to Austin. 75 marathons in 75 days. Since then he’s put together one of the most impressive Ultra Marathon CVs in the UK. He now turns his attention to one of the most famous Ultras in the world, the Moab 240 as he attempts to become the first Welshman ever to complet…
 
After Fiona walked and cycled the length of Britain, she fancied another challenge, something that had never been done before, so she grabbed her stand up paddle board and away she went to SUP from Land’s End to John O’Groats, but it didn’t come without it’s challenges. Follow us on Instagram. Ben Sheppard - https://www.instagram.com/bensheppard93 …
 
We kick off the Constant Reader Podcast with an in-depth look at Stephen King's bloodstained debut, 1974's Carrie. We look at the Gothic roots of a very modern tale, the sexual politics and the political paranoia of the time that turned Carrie into a worldwide hit and sent Stephen King on a career trajectory that would see him become the world's be…
 
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