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CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO began as a three-hour film, TV and video game music radio program in 1996. It is now a podcast channel that hosts a variety of specialized programming covering all aspects of film, TV and video game music. CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s Flagship Show is still hosted and produced by Erik Woods and features a wide variety of new and old film, TV and video game scores. Other programs include THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY, THE ANIME SPECTACULAR, OBSCURE SCORES, COMPOSER CONVERSATIO ...
 
Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin takes listeners into the lives of artists, policy makers and performers. Alec sidesteps the predictable by going inside the dressing rooms, apartments, and offices of people we want to understand better: Ira Glass, Lena Dunham, David Letterman, Barbara Streisand, Tom Yorke, Chris Rock and others. Hear what happens when an inveterate guest becomes a host.
 
Award winning producers, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, bring you the story of Jesus on audio! Experience his journey like never before through the voice of a master storyteller. Narrated by Roma Downey and scored by Hans Zimmer, this compelling and powerful 7-episode podcast event will take you on the journey of Jesus’ life from his baptism, to his teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection.
 
DJ Arkaeus is a rare Disc Jockey who mixes and masters all forms of Electronica such as his most famous set, "Best of Trance" which includes vocal trance and trance tracks. Other subgenres include Psytrance, Psychedelic, Progressive, Drum'n'Bass, Acid Techno, Classic Techno, and more. Arkaeus explores other genres such as all subgenres of Rock, Downtempo, and more. Not only does Arkaeus produce mixes, but he also remixes tracks of different genres and produces his own trance tracks.
 
The world's top musicians, composers, & producers tell trumpeter-composer-vocalist Knox Summerour how they've made it in the world of music for TV, Film, Games, Stage, & Studio. Go behind the scenes of Film Music, TV bands, Game music, Jazz, Pop, Classical, and more for tips, advice, and timeless stories from the professionals who've been there, who are there, who will be there.If you're a musician, a student, a freelancer in any field, or simply a fan of great music and musicians, this podc ...
 
Filmmakers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey and actor Diogo Morgado talk about the making of Son of God, the powerful and inspirational major motion picture event that tells the story of Jesus’s life—from his humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion, and resurrection. With the scope and scale of an action epic, the film features powerful performances, exotic locales, dazzling visual effects, and a rich orchestral score from Academy Award winner Hans Zimmer.
 
No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast is a new and exclusive podcast hosted by James King. The six-part series features exclusive interviews with Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, director Cary Joji Fukunaga, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell and a host of key behind the scenes crew from casting director to special effects supervisor. Each of the six episodes focuses on a differen ...
 
The Blind Mole is a podcast dedicated to providing you with insights, discoveries, and stories surrounding the world of Movie Music. If you’re a fan of John Williams, James Horner, Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, Elmer Bernstein, John Barry, Rachel Portman, Michael Giacchino… this channel is for you. Frankly, I’m not sure how you can NOT be a fan of these musical magi. While providing you with killer listening selections and scores you may not be familiar with, we also want to dig into what ma ...
 
The podcast where we delve into the weird, wonderful and sometimes truly awful world of game shows. Each episode one of the 4 co-hosts (Bev Dobson, Mark Dobson, Mark Roberts and Matt Warrilow) will put forward a different show to talk about. We'll then cover everything to do with it - theme tunes, hosts, contestants, trivia, controversies - and ultimately, was it actually any good.
 
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When he was just out of high school, Jackson Browne moved to NYC and wrote songs for some of the biggest names of the 1960’s folk scene. Then, when he returned home to Los Angeles two years later, he began singing his own material and set his course to become one of the greatest singer-songwriters of his generation. Today, Jackson Browne’s voice is…
 
Part two of the ninth episode of SOUNDTRACK ALLEY here on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO continues the analysis and discussion of the music written for the separate cuts of Ridley Scott’s 1985 epic dark fantasy adventure film, LEGEND, featuring music by Jerry Goldsmith (European Cut) and Tangerine Dream (American Cut). The conversation continues with an in-…
 
It’s summer, and every other week, members of the Here’s The Thing staff are selecting favorite interviews from the archives. This week, we revisit Alec’s interviews with two award-winning, dynamic actresses who happen to have a lot in common, Julianne Moore and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Alec and Julianne Moore worked together on Still Alice (Julianne won…
 
Welcome to another of our special continuing series of film, TV and video game composer interviews on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO PODCAST NETWORK. On the program today, film and video game composer, Austin Wintory. Austin grew up in Denver and from the age of 10 was utterly addicted to film music. After teaching himself to compose, orchestrate and co…
 
The ninth episode of SOUNDTRACK ALLEY here on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO features a bit of a different format than other SOUNDTRACK ALLEY episodes. Regular host, Randy Andrews, decided to skip this episode and left it up to Erik Woods to host and moderate a roundtable discussion about the film, LEGEND. Joining Erik is the host of THE ARCHIVE, Jason Drur…
 
Musical theater legends Ken Page and Betty Buckley have a lot in common. Both grew up dreaming of performing on Broadway: Ken in St. Louis; Betty in Fort Worth. Both were in the original Broadway production of Cats, Ken as Old Deuteronomy and Betty as Grizabella, for which she won a Tony. And both were pioneers in transforming musical theater over …
 
When Kurt Andersen started working on his new podcast, Nixon at War, he thought he knew a lot about Richard Nixon’s presidency, especially the bookend events of his 1968 campaign and his 1973 resignation. Devastating events with far-reaching consequences but unrelated - or so he thought. The surprising connections between the two are at the heart o…
 
Alec talks with two very different actors. Eddie Marsan grew up in working-class London and left school at 15 to become a printer. He was discovered on a dance floor, and a patron helped him afford drama school. Marsan’s worked with the likes of Martin Scorcese, Alejandro González Iñárritu, and Mike Leigh, and he often gets cast as the tough guy. I…
 
Alec’s guest Mark Harris has written a compelling new biography about one of the most celebrated directors of all time, Mike Nichols. Drawn from more than 250 interviews, Mike Nichols: A Life tracks Nichol’s difficult childhood as a German Jewish immigrant growing up in New York City to his college years at the University of Chicago where Nichols f…
 
In episode fourteen of THE ANIME SPECTACULAR on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, Randy Andrews begins the show with selections from PACIFIC RIM BLACK with music by Brandon Campbell. The music continues with selections from DEMON SLAYER KIMETSU NO YAIBA with music composed by Go Shiina. You’ll then hear selections from BUBBLEGUM CRISIS 2033 VOL. 4 REVENGE ROA…
 
On today's new episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Erik Woods presents custom trailer music written by the film's composer. Before we get into the music you will hear a brief history of the movie trailer. For this section, Erik has referenced portions of Matthew Schimkowitz's essay published on hopesandfear.com called AN …
 
The second QUARTET RECORDS SPECIAL here on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK focuses on recent releases from the Spanish-based soundtrack record label. Join Jason Drury and guest, film music restorer and mastering engineer Chris Malone, as they discuss and showcase music from THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES by Miklos Rozsa released in 1970. The…
 
Andra Day tells Alec that she almost turned down the opportunity to play Billie Holiday in Lee Daniel’s The United States Vs. Billie Holiday. Day considered herself a singer, not an actress. She went on to win a Golden Globe for Best Actress for the part and brought her incredible voice to all the Billie Holiday’s songs in the movie. The iconic son…
 
On Friday, April 30, 2021, the Indian Point nuclear power plant permanently closed. Located less than 40 miles north of New York City on the Hudson River, Alec and others worked for decades to shut Indian Point down. In this episode, Alec reminisces with key leaders in the fight: Paul Gallay, Richard Webster, and Joseph Mangano. Paul Gallay is the …
 
Welcome! My name is Erik Woods and I'm the host and executive producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO; a podcast network that celebrates the music of film, TV and video games. We feature some of the greatest music to ever grace the small and big screen from as far back as the classics of the 30s, 40s and 50 to the silver age retro scores of the 60s and 7…
 
Ali Wentworth is a fearlessly funny actor and comedian as well as a New York Times best-selling author of three books, Ali in Wonderland, Happily Ali After, and Go Ask Ali. She played Jerry’s girlfriend Schmoopie in Seinfeld’s “Soup Nazi” episode, and she’s had roles in a wide range of TV and film projects including Jerry Maguire, Office Space, and…
 
This month's show features double tracks of new releases from Abel Korzeniowski and Debbie Wiseman. A salute to Jane Fonda plus Victor Young takes the Vintage spot with a 1956 spectacular. The show also included tracks by James Newton Howard, Benjamin Wallfisch. Ley also focuses on a score to the short movie GET'S GOOD LIGHT with music by Elizabeth…
 
As the United States begins to emerge from the worst of the pandemic, Alec looks back with three guests on the ways their work lives changed. As the Suffolk County medical examiner, Dr. Odette Hall’s work is always about the logistics of death. In the early days of the pandemic, that meant figuring out makeshift morgues and processes to deal with a…
 
The eighth episode of SOUNDTRACK ALLEY here on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is a discussion between Erik Woods and Randy Andrews about the film and score to the 1986 James Cameron written and directed science fiction/action classic, ALIENS. It is the sequel to the 1979 science fiction horror film ALIEN. Set in the far future, the film stars Sigourney Weav…
 
Welcome to part two of episode 29 of THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK. The show opens with the "Prologue and Main Title" from the classic 1971 thriller DIRTY HARRY (ALEPH RECORDS) composed by Lalo Schifrin. Jason then plays a suite from the 1974 Paranoia thriller THE PARALLAX VIEW (CINEMA PARADISO RECORDS) by Michae…
 
Screenwriter David Koepp and film editor Walter Murch have both carved out legendary careers in film. David Koepp has written or co-written the screenplays for more than thirty films, including many Hollywood blockbusters like Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, Spider-Man, Panic Room, Carlito’s Way, and Mission Impossible. He’s directed six films and re…
 
Do you like the heart in a blender band? Mike and Adam get back to recording episodes for the first time in seven months, and we're indulging with an exploration of the first 2 Eve 6 albums, their self titled debut, Eve 6, and Horrorscope. Twitter @199what Instagram @199whatpod Listen to our Spotify "Mixtape" playlist: spoti.fi/2IYuHlp Or listen to…
 
In the second and final installment of this music special, author and host J. Blake Fichera highlights the talent and work of the fantastic line-up of film composers who are featured in his new book, SCORED TO DEATH 2: MORE CONVERSATIONS WITH SOME OF HORROR’S GREATEST COMPOSERS. You'll hear selections from such films as ARMY OF DARKNESS (LoDuca), H…
 
Alec talks with Michael Sisitzky from the New York Civil Liberties Union’s police transparency and accountability campaign as many cities around the country are considering police reform. The NYCLU is requesting police discipline records from around the state after the repeal of New York Civil Rights Law Section 50-a. The law previously shielded po…
 
Welcome to part one of episode 29 of THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK. The show starts with the cue "The Ransom" from the recently released deluxe edition of the 2001 score ALONG CAME A SPIDER composed by Jerry Goldsmith (Varese Sarabande). The show continues with music from season two of THE ORVILLE (La La Land Rec…
 
Hans Zimmer is one of the most celebrated and successful film composers of all time. He has scored more than 150 movies including Gladiator, Hannibal, Sherlock Holmes, The Last Samurai, the Thin Red Line, and many more. He won an Academy Award for Lion King and has earned 10 other nominations. His long-time collaboration with director Christopher N…
 
On today’s episode of THE 1UPBEAT, Eric Silver offers you the remaining five scores from his TOP 10 GAME SCORES OF 2020 list. On the program, you hear music from such composers as Yoshito Sekigawa, Shoh Murakami, Yoshiaki Kimura, Hiroki Morishita, Fumihiro Isobe, Austin Wintory, Yasuaki Iwata, Yumi Takahashi, Shinobu Nagata, Sayako Doi, Masato Ohas…
 
Marlo Thomas has been breaking barriers for women for more than five decades as an actress and activist. As an award-winning actress, Marlo became a household name as Ann-Marie, the lead in the television show That Girl, a woman who, in the late 60s, wanted a career more than a family. An outspoken feminist, Marlo then launched Free to Be...You and…
 
We are proud to welcome author J. Blake Fichera to the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO team. He brings along with him his wonderful podcast called SCORED TO DEATH RADIO where he will share with you music exclusively from horror films. Below you'll find his bio and what he has in store for you on this premiere episode of SCORED TO DEATH RADIO here on the CINE…
 
On today's new episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Erik Woods presents music from composer Robert Folk. This show is produced in conjunction with Jason Drury’s two-part interview with legendary composer Robert Folk. I hope you enjoyed the interview and the music featured on those programs and if you haven't listened to th…
 
Broadway and movies have both been deeply impacted during the pandemic. To get a sense of what lies ahead, Alec checks in with Robert Wankel, chairman and CEO of the Schubert Organization, and Pamela McClintock, senior film writer for the Hollywood Reporter. Broadway shuttered completely on March 12, 2020, and reopening remains a challenge due to s…
 
Welcome to part two of a CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK interview special on film and TV composer Dr. Robert Folk conducted by Jason Drury In part one of the interview, Folk talked about how he got into film and TV music, working on the numerous sequels, and how he came about working on the POLICE ACADEMY series of films. In part two, amongst other …
 
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