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For Cinema Royale's landmark 75th episode we're looking back at some of the best celebrity guests of the past year! Locke director Steven Knight talks about working alongside Tom Hardy; Jason Bateman joins Cinema Royale to talk about his directorial debut, Bad Words; and Godzilla director Gareth Edwards reveals all about the king of monsters!
It's GODZILLA!!!! The King of All Monster deserves the biggest of summer movies, and on this week's show we'll see if Godzilla lives up to all of the incredible anticipation! Plus, Godzilla director Gareth Edwards joins the show to talk about the challenges of bringing the movie monster to the big screen!
Jack Giroux of Film School Rejects joins us to talk Godzilla and the Disney baseball dramedy Million Dollar Arm starrng Jon Hamm.
Special Guest: Gareth Moss
Gareth is Local Government Director for Serco, responsible for strategic partnerships delivering a wide range of services. Gareth was previously Director of Resources at Bridgend CBC (where he won the Local Government Finance Director of the Year) and East Staffordshire Borough Council. He has also worked for Newport CBC, Price Waterhouse and Somerset County Council.
Join us when we discuss Serco’s approach to employee engagement, including:
• Overcoming the barriers
• The link to organisational performance
• Impact on operational delivery
Host: Jo Moffatt
On the latest episode of the BIG show, director Gareth Edwards will be our special guest to discuss his big-budget, sci-fi monster film, Godzilla. Edwards' second effort has him building on the amazing 60 year legacy of the one of the most recognizable monsters in cinema. Plus, Film Fatale (Rebecca Theodore-Vachon) will join us to talk about Mad Men and Game of Thrones and we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films, including Chef, Million Dollar Arm and Godzilla all on episode 247 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Gareth was drawn to spirituality in the late 1990′s at the height of a successful twenty-year career in finance and M&A. He left the corporate world in 2006 to pursue both independent business livelihood (founding finanSight, LLC) and his spiritual path.
In addition to becoming a successful entrepreneur and an accomplished speaker, Gareth is one of the founding members of the Red Clay Sangha, an Atlanta Buddhist community, and is heavily involved in interfaith activities, serving on the boards and in executive leadership with several Atlanta organizations. His passion is challenging preconceptions and helping people to transform and grow personally into authentic lives and expand their happiness, purpose and sense of fulfillment without sacrificing worldly and career success.
A Star Wars variety show filled with comedy, talk and parody. This week the hosts discuss the recent news surrounding the world of Star Wars. The fastest growing Star Wars radio program on the internet returns.
This week we discuss:
Harrison Ford breaks his leg on set. Will this delay production?
Breakdown of new casting for Episode 7 and Star Wars Rebels; Jason Isaacs is rumored to voice The Inquisitor.
Discussion on Star Wars Rebels.
Possible name for Episode 7.
News on Star Wars stand-alone news.
E3's preview of Battlefront 3.
Starting into a summer that promises to be one of the best in recent memory for science fiction/fantasy, Swords and Space covers the recent releases of Gareth Edwards' latest incarnation of Godzilla and the Tom Cruise war film Edge of Tomorrow. Hosts Nicholas and Richard Wansbutter will be joined by guest Brian Pauls (who previously appeared on our Prometheus.
We also talk about the Heinlein classic, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress as a bonus. A classic of science fiction, if you've not read it before this discussion should inspire you to pick it up.
We conclude our 6th season with a raw and in your face dark discussions round table with some fresh prespecitves abroard for this evening. Tonight we welcome Gareth Davies host of Mind Set podcast and Jeremy Webster from Witchta Paranormal Research Society..
Gareth is based in Los Angeles California, Gareth Davies could be considered to be a Philosopher, futurologist, anarchist and a conspiracy theory researcher, but in reality he's really just an avid podcaster with an insatiable curiosity.
In 2009 Gareth revamped his blog into the internet radio hub Mind Set Central, which broadcasts a wide variety of audio shows that cater to the open minded and the curious. Along with the sites flagship show The Mind Set Podcast, and the paranormal discussion show Para-Talk, Mind Set Central continues on its quest to enlighten and entertain its listeners.
While having a sense of humor is not essential to enjoying the content over at mindsetcentral.com, it helps…
Jeremy has been an investigator with Wichita Paranormal Research Society in Wichita, Kansas, since 2008. Founded in 2007, WPRS is a member of the TAPS Family and conducts investigations in the Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma areas. He has worked in text, audio, and video editing, and has assembled audio and video evidence presentations for both clients and the general public. WPRS can be visited on the web at http://www.wichitaparanormal.com
Join Tim, Paul and Bary as they discuss the following topics:
The Mariners are coming off a successful road trip. If they win today, they will be 6-1 on the road trip. They are now 2 games ahead in the second wild card spot and 4 games over .500
Felix's dominating performance yesterday
Thoughts about Chavez, Jones, and Cano batting 1, 2, 3
Thoughts on Gillespie, Chavez and Bloomquist stepping up as of late
Mariners draft choices - Alex Jackson, Gareth Morgan, Austin Cousino
Thoughts on Kendrys Morales joining the Twins?
Prospect of the week: Jabari Blash of the Tacoma Rainiers
Richard Sherman wins the Madden cover and does Campbell Chunky Soup commercial
Darrell Bevell's comments regarding "the running back by committee" - does it mean a smaller role for Marshawn Lynch?
Kam Chancellor rated number 65 on the top 100 players. Is it too high or too low?
Rashad McCants formerly of North Carolina admits that he hardly went to class and has tutors take classes for him. He also eluded coach Roy Williams was aware of this. McCants also states that a majority of students athletes in basketball, football and other sports get that free pass when it comes to class. Your thoughts?
Could this be related to why a lot of professional athletes end up being broke a la Antoine Walker among others long after retirement?
Also, new segment, Buy It or Sell It as well as the guys' weekly rants.
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