Episode 60: The King of Queens S03E14 & Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534 (2001) – Eric Roberts is the Man

Episode 60: The King of Queens S03E14 & Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534 (2001) - Eric Roberts is the Man

Episode 60: The King of Queens S03E14 & Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534 (2001) - Eric Roberts is the Man

IT’S THE PODCAST THE *MAN* DOESN’T WANT YOU TO HEAR! It’s a brand spanking new episode of Eric Roberts is the CENSORED Man, and this time.. it’s personal! We’ve got writer and podcaster Nick Spacek joining us on the ERIC ROBERTS EXPRESS and chatting about an episode of THE KING OF QUEENS. Seriously! And then we prepare for turbulence with a little ROUGH AIR: DANGER ON FLIGHT 534 which is OH SO CANADIAN! Why not listen RIGHT NOW? As always, check out ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN on Twitter, or come chat ER (or anything else) on our Facebook group. Don’t forget to head over to iTunes to subscribe and rate the show. If you like it.. tell a friend! Our theme song is (unofficially) officially endorsed by ERIC ROBERTS! Our guest this week is the great Nick Spacek! Check out his writing at http://www.rockstarjournalist.com/ (and, heck, maybe http://www.cinepunx.com), and the FROM & INSPIRED BY podcast http://www.fromandinspiredby.com. And follow him on Twitter @nuthousepunks THEY MADE IT! pic.twitter.com/E9ZFu7R6iq  Boo!-ner Vivant (@Doug_Tilley) October 16, 2017 Music on this episode: Break #1 – “The Queen is Dead” by The Smiths Break #2 – “Jet Airliner” by Steve Miller Band Break #3 – “Police on my Back (Live)” by the Clash

Source: www.ericrobertsistheman.com/episode-60-king-queens-s03e14-rough-air-danger-flight-534-2001/

Stuff You Should Know’s Josh Clark talks the podcast’s history, ahead of Wednesday’s Liberty Hall show

Stuff You Should Know's Josh Clark talks the podcast's history, ahead of Wednesday's Liberty Hall show

Stuff You Should Know's Josh Clark talks the podcast's history, ahead of Wednesday's Liberty Hall show

Josh Clark and Charles W. "Chuck" Bryant host the popular podcast Stuff You Should Know.The Stuff You Should Know podcast, with hosts Josh Clark and Chuck...

Source: www.pitch.com/arts-entertainment/blog/20978647/stuff-you-should-knows-josh-clark-talks-the-podcasts-history-ahead-of-wednesdays-liberty-hall-show

Appearance on the Pilot Study podcast

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We kick off our “Unaired” theme month with the previously lost pilot for Clerks, the sitcom (+ laugh track) adaptation of the Kevin Smith film. Jim Breuer makes a pre-SNL appearance, the writers can’t use Jay or Silent Bob and Keri Russell even makes an appearance as typical ’90s bimbo.
Listen to the entire episode at Modern Vinyl.

Podcast with J Blake Fichera at From & Inspired By

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On this episode, we speak with J Blake Fichera, musician and author of the new book, Scored to Death: Conversations with Some of Horror's Greatest Composers, out now from Silman James. In Scored to Death, the author spoke with 14 different composers of music for horror films. Be it the greats like Harry Manfredini, John Carpenter, and members of Goblin, or newcomers like Jeff Grace and Joseph Bishara, Fichera asks great questions and gets inside the creative processes of these amazing musicians. Scored to Death is the sort of book which appeals to newcomers to film score fandom, as well as deep-digging heads.
Listen to the podcast at From & Inspired By. Published on 8/8/16

Jad Abumrad Q&A at the Pitch

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"At this point in his career, Radiolab host Jad Abumrad could rest on his laurels. In 2011, Abumrad received a MacArthur Fellowship and Radiolab — the public-radio program he co-hosts with Robert Krulwich — won Peabody Awards in 2010 and 2014. However, Abumrad’s inquisitive mind, which is one of the defining features of his work, has led to a new project — Radiolab’s first spinoff podcast, More Perfect. The new show applies the Radiolab model to exploring the importance of the Supreme Court."
Read my entire Q&A with Abumrad at the Pitch, published 6/14/16

Podcast #136, “Social Event of the Season”

tdk-blank-audio-cassette_sa90 We delve ever-further into the realm of film music. This time, we're looking at soundtracks, rather than scores, and talking about popular music from popular films. Most of what we're looking at is definitely of a certain stripe -- quite a bit from Kevin Smith and Quentin Tarantino films -- but the music is all good, even if your opinion of the director might be less than high. Podcast #136, "Social Event of the Season" Soup Dragons, "I'm Free" (The World's End soundtrack) Abba, "Mama Mia" (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert soundtrack) John Legend, "Who Did That to You" (Django Unchained soundtrack) Kenny Loggins, "I'm Alright" (Caddyshack soundtrack) Soul Asylum, "Can't Even Tell" (Clerks soundtrack) --- Night Birds, "Escape From New York" (Born to Die in Suburbia) Lustra, "Scotty Doesn't Know" (Eurotrip soundtrack) Squirtgun, "Social" (Mallrats soundtrack) Francis Haines, "The Trioxin Theme" (The Return of the Living Dead soundtrack) Crash & the Boys, "I'm So Sad, So Very, Very Sad" (Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World soundtrack) --- Kool & the Gang, "Jungle Boogie" (Pulp Fiction soundtrack) Redbone, "Come and Get Your Love" (Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1) Kermit the Frog, "Rainbow Connection" (The Muppet Movie) Stealers Wheel, "Stuck in the Middle With You" (Reservoir Dogs soundtrack)