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Life is too short to waste time filtering through headlines searching for the facts. That’s when we realized the need for a quick, trustworthy news source that makes staying up-to-date easy and interesting. Our Goal is to Clear the Clutter. We’re committed to providing non-partisan news, in small servings, available wherever you are, whenever you want it. And for the Record: We Believe You’re Already Smart. We don’t need to tell you what to think or how to feel or what to believe. We just wa ...
 
The Glee After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of FOX's Glee.Show Summary: Glee is an American musical comedy-drama television series that focuses on the fictitious William McKinley High School glee club, New Directions, which competes on the show choir competition circuit while its disparate members deal with social issues, especially regarding sexuality and race, relationships, and learning to become an effective team. The initial twelve-member cast included club director and S ...
 
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Rose Matafeo is one of those excellently excellentactor-comedian-writer-performers that is going to be HUGE so, so soon- in part no doubt to her starring role in the new New Zealandpregnancy rom-com (not a genre but hey) called Baby Done, where herdry humour and amazing screen presence just beam off your TV. Here shetalks to Ali about New Zealand c…
 
A twofer for Ali Plumb's Film Club this week: Hook and Jumanji, withMatt Edmondson joining Ali for a '90s Robin Williams special. Plus adecent chunk of movie news to discuss, including all those unavoidablemovie release delays, lots of Marvel bits and bobs, plus a few of yourvery best answers to the question "What's the weirdest way yourparents hav…
 
WandaVision, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first foray into theworld of movie-stars-in-their-own-Disney+-TV-show, stars Paul Bettanyas Vision and Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, and it's finally -finally! - here. In this Sunday interview special of Screen Time wehave Paul and his director, Matt Shakman, talking about the origins ofthe show as …
 
Confession time: Ali Plumb's Film Club is, for one week only, a TVclub. About a TV show that's based on a film series, sure - that's TheMandalorian, in case you were wondering - but it's worth admitting thediscrepancy early doors. We've also got the news section, discussingtonnes of MCU news, as well as release date changes and what is goingon (ish…
 
Dickinson, the historical comedy-drama based around the life and timesof the beloved 19th century American poet, returns for a second seasonon AppleTV+, and with it - of course - Hailee Steinfeld, its star. Inthis interview you'll hear about some of the more surreal moments fromthe show - dancing with bees and so on - as Ali and Hailee discuss acom…
 
Radio 1's Screen Time is back back back for 2021 and you'll be pleasedto hear that Ali Plumb's Film Club is going nowhere, no sir or madam.This week friend of the podcast Arielle Free returns to talk aboutPixar's latest, Soul, and as it's about, well, the meaning ofexistence, there's SO MUCH TO SAY - so this film club could well be arecord-breaking…
 
Jenna Coleman is best known for her work on Emmerdale, Doctor Who and Victoria but she's soon to be seen in something distinctly different: BBC One's serial killer true-crime drama The Serpent, where she plays the seemingly complicit other half to the infamous 'Bikini Killer' Charles Sobhraj (played by A Prophet's Tahar Rahim) in the 1970s. In this…
 
After two seasons on YouTube, Karate Kid TV follow-up Cobra Kai wassnapped up by Netflix and now, at long last, a third instalment ishere. It tells the continuing stories of one-time teenage rivalsDaniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) andwell as a host of their young students, including Miguel Diaz (XoloMaridueña), Sama…
 
Ali has his feet up watching a Christmas Movie (who woulda guessed!) So no news or reviews this week. However look out for some great interview special podcasts coming up in the next week, including the cast of Cobra Kai and the brilliant Jenna Coleman talking about her role in the upcoming BBC drama The Serpent.…
 
This year, we've had two Pixar movies. One was Onward, which came outin cinemas back in March and the second is Soul, which is forgoingcinemas and instead opting for a Disney+ release on Christmas day.Talking us through how they made this incrediblemusic-cum-meaning-of-life movie about a middle school band teacher(Jamie Foxx), his unfortunate accid…
 
With one phone call, Erin Zammett Ruddy's life completely changed. Diagnosed with leukemia as a 23-year-old, she quickly learned about what have become key terms in our current news cycle: clinical trials and experimental therapies. Erin's accomplished work as a writer includes her recently-published The Little Book of Life Skills, in which she int…
 
So here it is, merry Christmas - nearly, anyway - and everybody'swatching tonnes of festive films. One on everyone's list is LoveActually, 2003's star-studded Christmassy chocolate box movie fromRichard Curtis. In this very special episode, the man himself, thewriter-director behind it all, drops by to talk about the movie and anew Comic Relief qui…
 
Wonder Woman 1984 finally hits cinemas here in the UK on the 16th ofDecember, significantly earlier than in the US, where it'll land overChristmas. Here in this interview special all about the DC Comicssequel, you'll hear from its lead, Gal Gadot, about her brand newgolden set of winged armour, shooting some extraordinary actionset-pieces (in Londo…
 
Ali tries to wrestle with ALL THE HUGE MOVIE AND TV NEWS that's landedlately, touching on the ongoing HBO Max situation, Better Call Saul'saction thriller (sort of), the return of Doc Ock (and many more) inthe upcoming Spider-Man Far From Home sequel - oh, and all of theincredible, nigh-on unbelievable headlines coming out of the DisneyInvestors ev…
 
Erin shares personal stories from her two historic deployments to the Iraq War and explains why her service changed her life forever. Plus: how she went from 9 years in uniform to cleaning houses to working with the biggest names on the planet and the valuable (and hysterical) lessons she learned along the way.…
 
Rachel Brosnahan has appeared in the likes of House Of Cards,Manhattan, Gossip Girl and The Good Wife - not forgetting hercareer-changing role as Midge in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel - and nowshe stars in her own Amazon movie I'm Your Woman (out on December 11)about a mother on the run with her child after her husband betrays hisfellow mobsters. Here…
 
Klaus! What do you mean, you haven't seen it? You better watch it before you listen to this week's 'Ali Plumb's Film Club' as it's our Christmassy choice this time around. You've also got the movie news section, where we tackle a massive bombshell dropped on us by Warner Bros over in the US, as well as a few other titbits involving Mads Mikkelsen, …
 
We've dug through the Ali Plumb interview archives to put together a special Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Sunday special where you can hear snippets from previous interviews with the likes of Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Quentin Tarantino (whoever they are) as they talk about QT's latest.…
 
Ace is back on the podcast this week to talk about the latest entry in 'Ali Plumb's Film Club': Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. Look forward to two very geeky men being highly overexcited, just the way you like it. Plus a quick hop, skip and a jump (or three) over the biggest news stories of the week, including The Last Of Us getting a series or…
 
Christmassy rom-com Happiest Season arrives in the UK on November 26th, and to celebrate Ali got to speak to its stars, Mackenzie Davis and Kristen Stewart, about ice-skating on camera, their favourite comfort food movies and tv shows, and of course - what with it being the main topic of the movie in question - the perils of coming out to your cons…
 
With Steve McQueen's Small Axe film series, The Mandalorian, Star Trek: Discovery, His Dark Materials and so much else dropping of late, there's a lot going on in the world of movies and TV for Radio 1's Screen Time - still, that's not going to stop us from carrying on with 'Ali Plumb's Film Club', with friend of the podcast and Bong Joon-ho Karen …
 
Gillian Anderson plays Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the latest season of The Crown on Netflix and here she talks to Ali about working alongside Helena Bonham Carter and Olivia Colman in the higher-than-high-end big budget drama, plus a tiny, tiny bit on her X-Files memories and what it's like to be recognised for her work in Sex Education...…
 
His Dark Materials returns for a second series on BBC One just when we needed it - not 'season', despite Ali's slip of the tongue in the intro, this is a British show, come along now - and we've got Lyra (Dafne Keen) and Will (Amir Wilson) themselves on the line to talk about how the show has changed their lives, acting alongside a daemon, seeing y…
 
In this extra-long edition of Ali Plumb's Film Club, the utterly wonderful Arielle Free stops by to talk about Groundhog Day, everyone's favourite time-loop comedy about weather prediction starring Bill Murray. Come on, let's all admit it. With SO MUCH to discuss in this secretly deep, surprisingly emotional, worryingly relevant movie, it really is…
 
So! Pixie (currently in UK cinemas) is a Tarantino-ish, In Bruges-y comedy-thriller-heist-road-trip-adventure set in rural Ireland, and it stars Olivia Cooke and Ben Hardy - and hey, what do you know? They spoke to Ali for this particular Sunday interview special, and you're about to press play on it. Ah, go on, go on, go on. They're good fun and y…
 
On this week's Friday episode of Radio 1's Screen Time, Ali tackles the news on his todd, touching on Jared Leto's potential reappearance as The Joker in the new Justice League... thing, as well as Disney's trailer for their new movie Raya And The Last Dragon. After the headlines, we have BBC Radio 1's very own Matt Edmondson for 'Ali Plumb's Film …
 
Daphne du Maurier's classic novel Rebecca has been adapted once againby Ben Wheatley, and in honour of its release on Netflix (and selectcinemas) on October 21st, Ali spoke to its charming stars, Lily Jamesand Armie Hammer, about tackling a story that previously won the BestPicture Oscar for one - checks notes - "Alfred Hitchcock". Never heardof hi…
 
Ali Plumb's Film Club continues apace with '71, the tense thrillerfrom Yann Demange that Ali's been banging on about for seemingly agesnow. Newsbeat's very own Steffan Powell pops by to chat about thelatest movie and TV news (as well as '71, of course), with everythingfrom Coming 2 America to His Dark Materials up for discussion.…
 
Riz Ahmed is one of those brilliantly gifted writer-actors that isalways worth watching. His latest, the heartfelt and close to homeMogul Mowgli is currently screening at the BFI London Film Festivalbefore hitting cinema screens nationwide on October 30th. Here hetalks to Ali about the parallels between himself and hisPakistani-British rapper Zed i…
 
Ali Plumb's Film Club is back! I, Tonya is being discussed at lengththis week, with Radio 1's very own Clara Amfo coming along for theride. As if that weren't enough, there's a generously-sized movie newssection - lots and lots to talk about and no mistake - plus aninterview with the amazingly talented Morfydd Clark, the star of thenow-actually-in-…
 
Ali is here to blow Ace's mind this week with loads of Marvel 'n' Disney 'n' Boys-based movie and TV news. Lion King 2? Sure, let's tackle that. How about Jamie Foxx in a new Spider-Man movie? Wait... what? Ace and Ali try to explain it all (and sometimes even succeed). Also! Your thoughts on Enola Holmes, and don't forget - Ali Plumb's Film Club i…
 
Chances are, you know full well who Millie Bobby Brown is: the staggeringly gifted 16-year-old star of Stranger Things and now her own new Netflix movie, Enola Holmes, where she plays the sister of the famous Baker Street consulting detective (here played by Henry Cavill). Talking to Ali for an iPlayer 'Story So Far' interview, here's the slightly …
 
Ali is off on holiday this week but that's not going to stop him from podcasting, no sir, no way, no how. Here then is a shorter (and possibly sweeter) Friday edition of Radio 1's Screen Time, bolstered by the appearance of Bill and Ted themselves, Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves, to celebrate the UK in-cinema release of the long-awaited Bill & Ted: F…
 
Nolan North is the star of the new Marvel's Avengers game, where he plays - checks notes - a character called 'Iron Man'. Never heard of him either. Talking to Ali about what goes into the performance capture of cutscenes in modern triple-A games like Avengers and much, much more besides, the artist sometimes known as Nathan Drake is funny, informa…
 
So many news stories, so little time! Ali and Ace try to dance through the biggest movie revelations that have dropped in the past week - from Mission: Impossible to the new Dune trailer and back again - before capping things off with a review of the new live-action Mulan.Expect a lot of extreme geekery. In a good way.…
 
The New Mutants is finally in cinemas! And to celebrate, here's our Ali talking to the impressive cast - namely Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt and Henry Zaga - as well as writer-director Josh Boone about how they put together their X-Men haunted house (ish) horror thriller. Note to self: do not hand Maisie W…
 
The New Mutants finally hits cinemas this week and Ace and Ali are here to let you know what to expect. Plus, Mulan lands on Disney Plus - for an extra fee, mind - and The Boys Season 2 has finally arrived. Well, the first three episodes have, at any rate. In the news section, our pal James Bond makes an appearance, as does John Boyega and the cast…
 
Tenet is finally here, and in cinemas. Christoper Nolan's latest is a big budget time-recalibrating spy-ish sci-fi thriller that's almost impossible to talk about. Almost. Nimbly dancing around spoilers the best they can, here are the cast of Tenet - John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Robert Pattinson and Sir Kenneth Branagh - as well as Nol…
 
The Batman, The Suicide Squad, Justice League... a whole host of DC movie news landed over the weekend just gone so it's up to Ali and Ace step up to the plate to make sense of it all. Plus! Ali does his level best to review Christopher Nolan's Tenet without dropping any spoilers. It's quite the task and no mistake.…
 
Greta Gerwig is the amazingly talented writer-director-actor behind Lady Bird and Little Women. In this December 2019 interview, she speaks to Ali about her relationship with Saoirse Ronan, what it's like going to the Oscars (with the help of Jordan Peele) and much more besides.BBC Radio 1 による
 
In a 'movie news stories' round-up, Ace and Ali talk about the ZacEfron Three Men And A Baby reboot - no, really - Will Smith'shard-edged Fresh Prince reimagining and who they've cast as PrincessDiana in the final two series of The Crown. It's a mixed bag of newsthis week, we can't lie. Also don't forget that next week's 'AliPlumb's Film Club' is T…
 
Mathematical biologist and mother Professor Lauren Meyers leads a team of researchers at the University of Texas Austin who developed a unique model to help guide officials and parents as they try to answer this very question: Should children go to school during the COVID-19 pandemic?
 
A short and sweet (and spoilerific) Friday podcast for you this week, with Ali joining forces with Steffan Powell, Radio 1's gaming-cum-murder mystery expert, to talk about this week's Ali Plumb's Film Club choice, Knives Out. Look forward to two fully-grown men getting really excited about Daniel Craig's Kentucky-fried accent, listing off their fa…
 
Seth Rogen is back - and in cinemas to boot! - with An American Pickle, a high-concept comedy about grief, loss, ancestry, religion and what it would be like if your grandfather met you, a 30-something app developer in New York, after waking up from being pickled in brine for over 100 years. You may need to read that sentence again, I don't blame y…
 
Ali is all on his lonesome this week as he tries to get his head around the Disney+ release strategy for Mulan, gets excited for The Boys series two and lists ten of his favourite 'underseen indie movies' from the 21st century. Plus, The Martian is this week's Ali Plumb Film Club choice - look forward to Ali trying to get his head around the scienc…
 
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