BBC Radio 4 - The Film Programme, How I Pitched To Steven Spielberg, and Barbara Broccoli on Life Beyond Bond

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    Director Sacha Gervasi discusses his new documentary about the demi-gods of Canadian metal and their calamitous European tour.

    An excerpt from The Film Programme. Broadcast on Fri, 20 February 2009, 16:30 on BBC Radio 4. Duration 07:32

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  2. Wii Hay Programme 1945-01-17

    A rare surviving edition of "The Will Hay Programme", starring film comedian Will Hay. This ran for three series during 1944 and 1945, with Will Hay playing the inept schoolmaster character for whom he was best known in his cinema films, as Dr Muffin, the Headmaster of St Michael’s School for Boys.

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  3. Today programme interview with Yanis Varoufakis

    Today programme interview with Yanis Varoufakis

    Most interviews with politicians on BBC Radio 4′s Today programme are irritating. But not this one — with Syriza’s Yanis Varoufakis, an economist who has just been elected to parliament on the Syriza ticket and may well be the country’s next Finance Minister. Worth hearing in full.

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    http://memex.naughtons.org/archives/2015/01/26/21229

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  4. Zero Dark Thirty and the Politics of Torture - The Final Cut - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    Of all the contenders for best picture at this year’€™s Oscars none has provoked as much controversy as Kathryn Bigelow’€™s Zero Dark Thirty, a film about the hunt for Osama Bin Laden widely criticized for its depiction of torture. It’€™s a film I’€™ve seen twice, and I have to confess, the first time it left me cold. But on second viewing it was a revelation.

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/finalcut/zero-dark-thirty/4491550

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  5. The Film Programme: 2001

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  7. The Film Programme - Steven Soderbergh

    Steven Soderbergh talks about his film Side Effects. And Tim Roth on Broken, a new British film that marks a debut for theatre director Rufus Norris. The 25th anniversary of The Princess Bride and Oscar-winning producer Andrew Ruhemann on his big break - the day Steven Spielberg came to call

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  10. Evan Davis: “Why We Have Reached Peak Bullsh*t and What We Can Do About It” | Talks at Google

    We were joined in London by journalist and economist Evan Davis, discussing the low-level dishonesty, selective use of facts and economy with the truth all around us, across both US and UK politics and more generally in the world of business. How did we get to a place where bullshit is apparently so effective that it’s become the communications strategy of our times?

    Book on Google Play: https://goo.gl/ZeKUCJ

    ** About Evan Davis ** Evan Davis is a presenter of the BBC2 current affairs programme Newsnight, a role he began in September 2014. From April 2008 up to then he was a presenter of the Today programme on BBC Radio 4. He is also well-known as the presenter of the BBC2 business reality show Dragons Den. And on Radio 4, he hosts a weekly business discussion programme The Bottom Line. Prior to the Today programme he was the Economics Editor of the BBC, the most senior economics reporter in the corporation. Evan Davis was the Political Studies Association broadcaster of the Year; he won a bronze Sony award as Speech Broadcaster of the Year and the Made in Britain programme won the Harold Wincott Foundation Business Television Programme of the Year award.

    Event moderated by Peter Barron.

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