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Best Tim Cocker podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tim Cocker podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Clever talk about pop culture. Bigmouth is pop culture talk for discerning grown-ups. Music, TV, movies, books or something else entirely – we’ll enthuse, argue, squabble and pick over the bones of what’s happening in the world of the stuff we love. Presented by WORD magazine veterans Andrew Harrison (ex-editor of Q, Select and Mixmag) and Siân “Stan” Pattenden, a graduate of the Smash Hits and Select Mag Schools of Excellence.
 
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Actor Jesse Williams talks about his starring role in the new slasher horror film Random Acts of Violence, and shares why social activism has long been a part of his life. Musicians Joel Plaskett and Chris Murphy of Sloan honour their friend and fellow musician, the late Matthew Grimson, with a co-release of a new posthumous collection of his songs…
 
Filmmaker Oliver Stone reflects on how his experiences as a soldier in the Vietnam War shaped his raw and radical approach to filmmaking. On this week's q screen panel, entertainment writers Teri Hart and Ishani Nath unpack reported allegations of intimidation, racism and sexual misconduct behind the scenes on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Artist and a…
 
This week on the premier pop-probing podcast… MERSEY, MERSEY ME: The Real Thing, the 4-piece Marvin Gaye of Liverpool 8, finally get their props on a new BBC4 documentary. What do we think? DUBLIN UP: Fontaines DC are this year’s Great New Guitar Band. Will they excite our mature panel as much as they do the ragin’ teens? GET IN THE RING: Leftfield…
 
Actor and comedian Chelsea Peretti on her start in comedy, the struggles and triumphs of motherhood, and her first lead role in the feature film. The q This music panel is here: A. Harmony and Erin Ashley join guest host Talia Schlanger to talk about the mixed reaction to Beyonce's visual album, 'Black Is King,' and the 'memeification' of Black wom…
 
Blair Underwood co-stars alongside Octavia Spencer in the Netflix series, Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker. He joined guest host Talia Schlanger to tell us more about the series. Jewelry designer Sewit Sium on her eponymous collection of African iconography, symbolism, and motifs. She speaks with Talia about the intersection bet…
 
Blues singer Lady A explains why she won't be sharing her moniker with massive country group formerly known as Lady Antebellum. Theater director Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu on her now award winning direction of the play The Brothers Size. HBO's series Succession was just nominated for 18 Emmy's. Actor Nicholas Braun talks about what it's like to be on one …
 
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer on her long-awaited novel Midnight Sun, and why she almost abandoned the book entirely after a rough draft of early chapters leaked online almost a decade ago. Katie Munshaw, frontwoman of the Juno-award winning band Dizzy, on their sophomore album The Sun and her Scorch. Author Jenny Han on the film adaptation of he…
 
Elton John opens up about his "rollercoaster life," how having children changed everything for him and why he decided to say goodbye to life on the road. Award-winning poet Reginald Dwayne Betts discusses his third collection of poetry, Felon — a personal examination of incarceration, family and justice. Carly Rae Jepsen sheds some light on the son…
 
Aotearoa Competition keeps delivering. But what will NZ do with the fullback jersey come the international window? Phil has had a closer inspection of the Australian Super Rugby this week too - hear what he thought The Exeter Chiefs decision to retire their mascot but retain their branding. The World Rugby Transgender issue was raised...an update. …
 
Mojo mag contributing editor SYLVIE SIMMONS dials in from San Francisco to tell us about her new ukulele-powered album Blue On Blue and talk over this week’s pop culture stuff with fellow guest, award-winning podcaster KATE HUTCHINSON: ISN’T SHE SCHLAFLY? Does Cate Blanchett convince as counter-feminist martinet Phyllis Schlafly in Mrs America? MOT…
 
Grammy Award-winning singer François Clemmons talks about his role as Officer Clemmons on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, and how he overcame racist and homophobic discrimination throughout his life. Journalist and author Dalton Higgins unpacks how Canada's Black-owned radio stations are facing trouble right now, and what it means for the sound of our…
 
Author Judy Blume talks about breaking taboos when writing for kids, and why she's finally allowing Margaret to be adapted for the screen. Musician and author Bob Wiseman dives into the stories that make up his new book Music Lessons, a collection of musings on music and the music industry. Fashion designer Lesley Hampton on her gowns making waves …
 
Musician and actor Jarvis Cocker talks about life after fronting the band Pulp, and his new band Jarv Is. Our book columnist Jael Richardson and author Whitney French discuss the lack of diversity in Canada’s publishing industry and what it means for the books that end up on your bookshelves. Singer-songwriter Alexandria Maillot performs live in th…
 
Actor Josh Hartnett talks about playing Canadian investigative journalist Victor Malarek in the film Target Number One, and explains why he eschewed his heartthrob status to take on more indie roles. Singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews joins us for a performance and chat about her new album Old Flowers, which chronicles her split from her part…
 
Actress Tracee Ellis Ross opens up about the real-life experiences that informed her portrayal of an international pop star in her latest film, The High Note. Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy explains how busking in Dublin prepared him for stardom, and how his songwriting has changed now that he has a massive audience. Actor Simu Liu talks ab…
 
Attention, earthlets! 2000AD comic creator Pat Mills joins us to talk about the romance of violence and anarchy for teenage delinquents plus his new comic Spacewarp. Plus… COCKER THE NORTH: Is Jarvis growing old gracefully with his new band Jarv Is… and its debut album Beyond The Pale? BLOOD WIMPLE: Holy terror in Netflix’s Warrior Nun. THE DIGGER …
 
Canada Reads winner Samra Habib and defender Amanda Brugel tell us what they hope Canadians will take away from Habib's moving memoir, We Have Always Been Here. Coronation Street series producer Iain MacLeod explains how the pandemic will be incorporated into the long-running British soap opera's storyline, what it will look like, and what the acto…
 
Rapper Killer Mike of the hip-hop duo Run The Jewels discusses police brutality, protest music and the timeliness of their new album RTJ4. Choreographer and artistic director Laurieann Gibson reflects on winning the Prism Prize’s inaugural Willie Dunn Award, which recognizes her trailblazing career in music video production.…
 
Los Angeles-based band Haim discuss how California has influenced their sound and why they chose to open up about their sisterhood on their latest album, Women in Music Pt. III. Our fashion columnist Mosha Lundström Halbert talks about Milan's first Digital Fashion Week and what the future holds for fashion influencers. University of British Columb…
 
Author Emma Donoghue talks about The Pull of the Stars, her prescient new novel about the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, and the ethical and political issues surrounding health. Poet, author and teacher Ishmael Reed explains why people should rethink their love of the musical Hamilton, and tells us why being an iconoclast has always driven his mission.…
 
Country pop group The Chicks (formerly known as The Dixie Chicks) discuss their new album Gaslighter, their controversial past and how it's helped build their legacy. Illustrator Adrian Tomine describes how a brush with death inspired his new graphic memoir, The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Cartoonist. Actor Hamza Haq discusses his starring role…
 
Singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding talks about her new album, overcoming impostor syndrome, and why she took a five-year break from music. Author and screenwriter David Mitchell takes us into the psychedelic music scene of 1960s London in his latest novel Utopia Avenue. Singer-songwriter Alessia Cara walks us through her new EP This Summer: Live Off …
 
Singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc performs his new single from his forthcoming album All Love Everything, and talks about his work as both an artist and activist. Artist Nicholas Galanin discusses how monuments of controversial historical figures tell one-sided stories of our collective past, and what we can learn through the process of taking them down…
 
Actress Michaela Coel opens up about her new series I May Destroy You — a fictionalized story about the night she was sexually assaulted — and the process of turning personal trauma into art. The Old Guard director Gina Prince-Bythewood talks about becoming the first Black woman to direct a big budget comic book movie. Musician and activist Bob Gel…
 
Actor Nick Offerman sets the record straight on what he has in common with his famous Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson, and whether it's possible to move on from such a defining role. Refinery29 writer Kathleen Newman-Bremang shares her experience as a Black woman working in Canadian media — something she recently wrote about in an articl…
 
Filmmaker Atom Egoyan tells us how his latest movie, Guest of Honour, was inspired by his meetings with the city health inspector when he owned a bar 15 years ago. Artist Ekow Nimako explains how he uses Lego to create incredible sculptures that represent new monuments for Black youth. Bestselling poet Rupi Kaur talks about helping others find thei…
 
The latest twist in the Manu Tuilagi saga. The salary cap fall out continues and everyone is cutting their cloth...but at what (non financial) cost? Super Rugby Aotearoa - it's the big one, Blues v Crusaders. And the other games in the southern hemisphere. And the rest of the rugby (and non-rugby) guff from the last 7 days. LTBP See acast.com/priva…
 
It couldn’t happen here… right? Philip Roth’s counterfactual of a fascist USA The Plot Against America gets a TV treatment from the team behind The Wire. The Streets return with None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive – will a lachrymose dad-rave “mixtape” bake our collective cake? And Family Romance LLC, Werner Herzog’s multi-layered tale of…
 
Legendary Motown producer and songwriter Lamont Dozier shares the true stories behind some of Motown's biggest hits. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Stuart Berman unpack Kanye West's presidential run announcement, as well as Lady Antebellum's lawsuit to use the name Lady A, which Seattle blues singer Anita White has used for more …
 
Golden Globe-winning comedian Ramy Youssef talks about his eponymous series Ramy, how he finds humour in religion, and the role of comedy in 2020. Oscar-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman discusses his debut novel Antkind, a surreal and satirical story about a film critic who's trying to rescue a classic movie from obscurity. Maitreyi Ramakrishna…
 
Jim Carrey and Dana Vachon talk about co-authoring the actor's new semi-autobiographical novel Memoirs and Misinformation, which melds fact with fiction — and turns Rodney Dangerfield into a rhinoceros. Tech and culture journalist Alyssa Bereznak unpacks the controversy around the recent wave of prominent YouTubers who are issuing apologies for the…
 
Grammy Award-winning producer and sound engineer David Strickland tells us how his Indigenous heritage shaped the making of his new album, Spirit of Hip Hop. Grammy Award-winning banjoist Béla Fleck discusses the re-release of his film, Throw Down Your Heart, which explores the racialized history of the banjo. On the 35th anniversary of Murder, She…
 
The author of Crazy Rich Asians and Rich People Problems, Kevin Kwan, talks about his latest novel of love among the jet-setting mega-rich, Sex and Vanity. On this week's screen panel, John Semley and Kathleen Newman-Bremang discuss the impact of white voice actors stepping down from their roles as non-white animated characters. Polaris Prize-nomin…
 
Apple Music’s Matt Wilkinson and Jude Rogers of The Guardian and New Statesman join us for this week’s bloody assizes of pop culture. Does the BBC’s Arena documentary Keith Haring: Street Art Boy finally do justice to the wild style graffiti artists of early 80s New York? New albums from Tyneside toughnut Nadine Shah and 9ft tall trans electronica …
 
Grammy Award-winning music director Alex Lacamoire tells us about his work on the Broadway production of Hamilton and what it's like being Lin-Manuel Miranda's right-hand man. Award-winning Canadian director Nisha Ganatra discusses her new movie, The High Note, how she broke into the film industry, and how she's made diversity a priority in everyth…
 
Fifteen-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys opens up about her new autobiography, More Myself, in which she reflects on music, family, relationships and her struggles with self-worth. Chika Okeke-Agulu, a professor of African art at Princeton University, talks about his fight to repatriate a pair of looted Nigerian sculptures th…
 
Singer-songwriter Neil Young talks about reuniting with his longtime band Crazy Horse, and explains how their lifelong bond inspires his creative process and artistic voice. Brooke Lynn Hytes, the Canadian breakout star of RuPaul's Drag Race and the judge of Canada's Drag Race, discusses the importance of having a drag competition show in Canada. P…
 
Emmy-nominated Mad Men writer Semi Chellas talks about making her feature directorial debut with American Woman, a film inspired by the Patty Hearst kidnapping story. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen recap the 2020 Juno Awards ceremony, which was live streamed on CBC Gem and CBC Music. Fashion designer Aurora Jame…
 
Musician Ziggy Marley remembers his father, Bob Marley, and opens up about how he's honouring his dad's legacy publicly and privately at the same time. On this week's screen panel, John Semley and Teri Hart dive into Eurovision and compare how Netflix's new Eurovision movie stacks up against the real-life singing competition. Emmy-winning screenwri…
 
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