PJack Pelling public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
We chat to amazing guests about their personal relationship with The Beatles, and discover how their lives and work have been influenced by the greatest band of them all. Guests include Jon Ronson, Mae Martin, Elis James, Josh Widdicombe, John Robins, Matthew E White, Kevin Eldon, Guy Chambers, Josie Long and many more. Join our Patreon for ad-free, extended episodes and monthly bonus episodes: https://www.patreon.com/personalbeatles See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Whether you're a multiplex popcorn-muncher or an arthouse merlot swirler, this is the film show for you. Established in 2010, Jack and Ed are back to steer you through the choppy waters of self-isolation with some film-based ramblings. All the latest film reviews, interviews and news every Tuesday.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Award winning broadcast, podcaster and Beatles superfan Geoff Lloyd joins Jack and Robin this week to share his personal Beatles. There's fantastic chats about Beatle fandom, what it's like interviewing Paul, and what made The Beatles the GOAT. Check out Geoff's podcast, Beatle Juice wherever you get your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy…
 
This week's guests is the fantastic comedian and writer, Shappi Khorsandi. Jack & Robin chat to Shappi over a glass of wine about her introduction to The Beatles, which includes a Beatles-themes school play about an Ealing shopping centre, and the Fab Four's place in our shared cultural identity. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
David and Peter Brewis of Field Music join Jack & Robin to discuss their personal Beatles. There's special love for Ringo, how Happiness is a Warm Gun shaped their sound, and the enduring influence of The Beatles and George Martin on their music. Field Music are a rock band from Sunderland who have been releasing music since 2004. Their latest albu…
 
We're back! Jack & Robin are returning for another series of Your Own Personal Beatles with more amazing guests. Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss out on more of our favourite comedians, musicians, writers and broadcasters discussing their own Personal Beatles. If you want to gain access to ad-free, extended episodes as well as monthly …
 
Surprise! As a Christmas treat, here's more from our festive chat with John Robins, in which John talks about his favourite Beatles songs, more cans are consumed, and everything gets a little bit silly. Contains language that might make Santa sad. Happy Christmas and thanks for listening. J & R. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
It's a YOPB Christmas special! And as a festive treat, we're joined by comedian, broadcaster and Beatle-skeptic, John Robins for a very merry, can-fuelled session. Will we convert John into a Beatlemaniac and get him to renounce Queen? Seems unlikely, but you'll have to listen to find out. We also offer our thoughts on Paul McCartney's new Lockdown…
 
Josh Widdicombe is here to share his personal Beatles in a bumper episode. In addition to Josh's relationship with the Fab Four, we chat about Glastonbury, the danger of becoming a music dweeb, persisting with Pet Sounds, and being pranked by Trout Mask Replica. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
It's a Yoko Ono special! Actor and comedian Gabby Best joins us to talk about her love for Yoko Ono, and particularly her Twitter feed. Other topics of discussion include reassessing Yoko and her work, musical theatre audition nightmares, roasted baguettes, and the 1993 power ballad from the film The Three Musketeers. We also hear the details of Ga…
 
Musician, producer and founder of Spacebomb records, Matthew E. White joins Jack and Robin from Richmond, VA to chat about The Beatles and George Martin's impact on his sound and career. Matt also talks about his eclectic musical influences, the Lady Madonna piano in Abbey Road, and the ingenious arrangement on Ob-Lad-Di-Ob-La-Da. See acast.com/pri…
 
Actor and comedian Al Roberts shares his personal Beatles with Jack and Robin this week. You may know Al from his roles in sitcoms, Stath Lets Flats, Feel Good and Ghosts, as well as being 1/3 of comedy trio, Sheeps. Al was kind enough to revisit the entire Fab Four catalogue in preparation for the episode, so we chat to him about the band's evolut…
 
Comedy legend and George Martin impersonator, The Actor Kevin Eldon and author Jem Roberts pop in to chat about the fantastic new book Fab Fools: The Last Ever Untold Beatles Story. Lots of lovely chat about The Beatles and comedy, Neil Innes and The Rutles, and the origins of Kevin's perfect George Martin impression. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Hazel Wilde of the Mercury-nominated band Lanterns on the Lake joins Jack & Robin this week to talk about their fantastic new album, growing up with Magical Mystery Tour and the Frog Chorus, post rock, Brit pop and terrible teenage band names. Spook the Herd by Lanterns on the Lake is available on Bella Union now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
Comedian and writer Josie Long shares her Personal Beatles with Jack & Robin this week. Amongst many other things, we discuss her love of Revolver, her hatred of The Beatles' children's songs, and her newfound love for Paul. We also chat about her other formative musical experiences and championing of 90's indie rockers, Gomez. See acast.com/privac…
 
Christian Madden, keyboard player for Liam Gallagher, joins Jack & Robin this week to talk about The Beatles' great key players, Billy Preston and Nicky Hopkins, as well as Liam's Lennon influence. We also chat about recording at Abbey Road, playing with Daniel Johnston and evaluating 80's McCartney. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
This week, Jack & Robin are joined by comedian, musician, producer and host of the Lunchwatch podcast, Johnny White Really-Really. It's a magical mystery tour of a conversation which includes chats about Steve Albini, scary nighttime thoughts, teenage listening shame, being mocked by Penny Lane, and some cracking controversial Beatles opinions. See…
 
Jon Ronson discusses his personal Beatles with Jack and Robin this week. There's also chat about 'Paul is Dead' conspiracy theories, outsider art, and one of the great rock n roll anecdotes involving Keith Richards, Concorde and M and S vouchers. The book we discussed at length is Craig Brown's One, Two, Three, Four: The Beatles in Time. Photo: Eml…
 
Comedian, writer and Beatles superfan, Mae Martin joins Jack & Robin this week to talk about formative Beatles records, the relationship between music and comedy, and her Beatles tattoo. We also discover Jack and Mae's least favourite Beatles song. Check out all the tracks in this episode on our Spotify playlists (we know, Paul's Boutique came out …
 
Like Celluloid Heroes? Like amazing guests? Like the Beatles? Have a listen to Jack's new podcast, Your Own Personal Beatles. Every week, Jack and Robin talk to a fascinating person about their personal relationship with The Beatles. Series 1 guests include Elis James, Guy Chambers, Mae Martin and Jon Ronson. Subscribe now wherever you get your pod…
 
Guy Chambers is one of the UK's most successful songwriters, having written numerous number one hits, most notably songs like Angels, Let Me Entertain You, and Millennium with his long-time collaborator, Robbie Williams. As a producer, he has worked with everyone from Diana Ross to Kylie, and even one Sir Paul McCartney. Guy chats to Jack and Robin…
 
Epidemiologist, author and host of the brilliant 'Say Why to Drugs' podcast, Dr. Suzi Gage joins Jack and Robin this week to talk about her own personal Beatles. Suzi chats about her early Beatles influences, drugs and creativity, and living in Liverpool as a Beatles fan. If you enjoy the show, please give us a rating! For more info, or to get in t…
 
This week, Jack & Robin are joined by Welsh stand-up and broadcaster, Elis James. Elis is a massive Beatles fan and is perhaps best known for his work with John Robins on Radio X and BBC 5Live. We chat about the Beatles touring years, bishop gossip, meeting Paul, and which Beatle would you not want to fight? Thanks for listening and please subscrib…
 
The journey begins. In our introductory episode, Jack and Robin discuss their personal Beatles, as we begin to try and unpack the mystery of how this rock n roll band can still mean so much to us half a century on. They also attempt to answer one of the most important cultural questions of the 20th century: who had the best beard? Thanks for listen…
 
In our Lockdown Sessions series finale, Thomas Clay, director of Fanny Lye Deliver’d joins us to chat about his new Puritan Western. Jack reviews the film, as well as Joseph Gordon Levitt's highjacking thriller, 7500. Plus we bring you our final round-up of all the latest movie news and trailers and talk about our favourite movie endings of all tim…
 
Monica Dolan talks to us about lockdown hit, Days of the Bagnold Summer and Jack reviews Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods and Judd Apatow’s Pete Davidson-lead The King of Staten Island. Please we chat about coming-of-age films and talk your through the latest movies news. Please subscribe and rate the show!By Jack Pelling & Ed Prior
 
We chat to The Vast of Night star Jake Horowitz (20:45) and Days of the Bagnold Summer’s Monica Dolan (51:43). Plus reviews of Simon Bird’s directorial debut, Amazon Prime’s Dating Amber (35:30) and rock doc, Echo in the Canyon (41:50). All that plus the usual (spoiler free) movie news and film based waffle. Please subscribe and rate the show…
 
Reviews of Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day in New York (37:30), French thriller Only The Animals (51:00), and Andrew Patterson’s debut 50’s sci-fi flick, The Vast of Night (58:42). Plus, a dialect coach joins us (14:00) to teach Ed to be a Texan and help with his longstanding pronunciation struggles. Enjoy the show!…
 
We chat to director Ena Sendijarević (13:00) about her superb debut feature, Take Me Somewhere Nice and hear her top 5 road movies, as well as some of yours. We also have reviews of Take Me Somewhere Nice (28:50), highly anticipated Netflix comedy, The Lovebirds (39:00) and not-so-highly anticipated Netflix Comedy The Wrong Missy (47:00). Here are …
 
We talk romcoms with filmmaker, Elizabeth Sankey (17:30) and review Mark Cousins’ epic study of female directors Women Make Film (35:00) and wrestling documentary, Cassandra The Exotico!. (42:30) Plus we go through ours and your top 5 romantic comedies and keep you abreast of the week’s movie news.
 
We’re joined by director and comedian Joe Cornish to talk lockdown recommendations and go through his top 5 openings scenes in film (5:40). Also, reviews of Romanian crime thriller The Whistler (24:30), the sublime Never Rarely Sometimes Always (27:13), and romcomdoc, Romantic Comedy (32:30).
 
On this week’s show we review Arnie and Jackie Chan’s fantasy fisticuffs in The Iron Mask: Mystery of the Dragon Seal (17:13); Netflix’s latest British rom-com, Love, Wedding Repeat (27:53); and French catfishing thriller, Who You Think I am (41:30). We’re also talking Jukebox soundtracks and getting the inside scoop on Hollywood in lockdown with o…
 
On this week’s show, Jack and Ed talk about more early VOD releases you can enjoy form your sofa: Bloodshot, starring Vin Diesel as a tech-enhanced super soldier; Trump-offending social satire, The Hunt; and British comedy drama, Military Wives. We’ll also be talking through our top pandemic movies and taking through the latest movie news and trail…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login