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Max and co discuss the seven-goal barnstormer between France and Argentina, the surprisingly fun three-goal tussle between Uruguay and Portugal, social media, thighs and Dirty Dancing
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Adam & British comedian/poet/actor Tim Key enjoy a rambly conversation as they look at some art in London’s Courtauld Gallery.
This episode was sponsored by ART FUND, the national fundraising charity for art. Find out more by visiting Artfund.org/BUXTON
My friends at Art Fund believe that art can make you see, think, and feel differently. I know, that’s what I thought, but they really mean it. Through the National Art Pass – their growing membership of 139,000 – Art Fund have helped more people see more art. Members enjoy free and reduced price entry to hundreds of museums, galleries, and historic places across the UK. Most importantly, funds raised through the pass help Art Fund to support innovative curators and museums.
TIM KEY TOUR DATES: https://www.timkey.co.uk/
Thanks to Seamus Murphy-Mitchel for production support. Music and jingles by Adam Buxton
‘DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA’ by HONORÉ DAUMIER (1869 - 1872) https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02tvn6d/p02tvm60
‘LA LOGE’ by PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR (1874) https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/3671758/Renoir-A-glorious-night-of-intrigue.html
Adam talks to Irish writer, and actor Sharon Horgan about Motherland, Catastrophe, Carrie Fisher, Divorce, nice smells and sexy massages.
Music and jingles by Adam Buxton
Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchel for production support and to Matt Lamont for convo editing.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/adam-buxton/ep46-sharon-horgan
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Adam talks with British comedian Bob Mortimer.
Hi. Adam Buxton here with some notes about Bob and this episode.
For nearly 30 years Bob and his comedy partner Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves) have stuck doggedly to what makes them laugh whether mainstream audiences get it or not, with shows like ‘The Smell Of Reeves & Mortimer’, ‘Bang Bang It’s Reeves & Mortimer’, ‘Catterick’, and ‘House Of Fools’ as well as the occasional reboots of the massively popular panel show ‘Shooting Stars’ and the show that introduced them to the world in 1990, ‘Big Night Out’.
Consistently and inexhaustibly joyful, energetic and absurd, their parade of characters, silly voices, home made props and a sensibility that is often close to avant garde performance art, has made them two of the best loved and most influential comedians the UK has ever produced.
When not working with Jim, Bob enjoys watching football. He’s an avid supporter of Middlesbrough FC and is currently the co host along with comedy writer Andy Dawson of the vaguely football themed podcast, ‘Athletico Mince’. It’s up with the funniest stuff Bob’s ever done.
My conversation with Bob, took place in the London office of his agent and for a while we had to battle with some quite loud talkers in the corridor outside doing agent business (I was too w…
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/adam-buxton/ep74-bob-mortimer
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HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Al Pacino and Barry Levinson to discuss how the two get along so well (14:45), their new film ‘Paterno’ (19:00), and what they expect the reaction to the film will be (27:20). Then, Bill debunks a ‘Heat’ conspiracy theory (41:20) and Al talks about how Francis Ford Coppola saved his job (48:30), when John Cazale realized Meryl Streep was the greatest actor alive (56:00) and the impact Marlon Brando had on him (59:00).
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In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Stefan Judis and Rouven Wessling to discuss Contentful, a developer friendly API-first CMS.
They explain the benefits of decoupling your website’s content from its presentation, including better cross-platform support. With Contentful, you are completely free to write your site in the language you want, while the service takes care of the CMS backend, storing and versioning your data, and backing everything up.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/heavybit/jamstack-radio-ep-16-contentful-an-api-first-cms
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We chat with the British Museum’s senior digital marketing manager Kate Carter about how they keep millions of followers engaged with creative storytelling strategies.
Learn more about:
The British Museum’s virtual reality tour: http://ow.ly/aAcG30iEJlu Museums that are doing cool stuff on social: http://ow.ly/xCNU30iEJnF Exciting new things to try on social in 2018: http://ow.ly/kFjG30iEJsY
The Association Of Illustrators join me to discuss where we find the industry in 2016. With a dual role of the trade union for the illustration industry and champions of it too, the AOI are as important as ever before. We enter the digital age and with its arrival comes a whole new host of questions about intellectual property rights, big business bullying and where we are headed.
I head down to the Somerset House home of the AOI to catch new managing director, Ren Renwick and membership coordinator Lou Bones to discuss the new possibilities open to illustrators with accessible technology, how the industry has greatly expanded in recent years and the recent link up with U.S. based Directory Of Illustration to form the World Illustration Awards.
Ren is keen to take the business new places in more ways than one and is keen to break down boundaries between disciplines as the creative industry becomes increasingly amorphous.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/arrestallmimics/ep-44-the-association-of-illustrators-contracts-pricing-drawing
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