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At the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, FRANCE 24's Genie Godula sits down with British actress Joanne Froggatt, best known as Anna Bates in "Downton Abbey". They chat about her new series "Last Light" with "Lost" star Matthew Fox. Also on the show, we take a look at a cult French film made by a seemingly cursed director. Jean Eustache's "The Mother and the Whore" is making its return to the big screen, 50 years after it was released.
Arts and Entertainment from in and around Petersfield. Laura Sheppard celebrates the arts across the Petersphere, talking to musicians, artists and makers, poets, dancers, thespians, composers; bringing together the talents in the area. In this episode of The Ticket, Noni Needs chats to Sophie Yaniw from Petersfield Museum about the Paula Rego exhibition showing at the museum until early July. Noni also visits the Herbert Hedley art gallery to chat to the owners, Stuart Forsyth and Fiona Beresford, as well as to two local artists who were exhibiting there - Rachel Redfern and Nicola Martin. Alison Glasspool and Paul Cox from Epic Comedy celebrate bringing top comedians to the area, and Noni chats with the cast of Downton Abbey at the opening of the Living Room Cinema in Liphook. It's all in The Ticket from Petersfield's Shine Radio - Wednesdays nights at 9, Sunday mornings at 7 and always online at shineradio.uk or on your favourite podcast app. Music Credit: One Little Triumph by Blue Dot Sessions. Used under Creative Commons licence. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hoe onschuldig zijn Soldaat van Oranje De Musical, Downton Abbey en Braveheart? Allesbehalve, betoogt hoogleraar Joep Leerssen in zijn afscheidsrede aan de UvA: hij beweert dat deze uitingen nationalisme in stand kunnen houden of zelfs aanwakkeren. In het Mediaforum vandaag Gert-Jan Hoekman en Wouter de Winther. En we gaan vooruit in de tijd. We gaan eens kijken hoe ons boerenlandschap er over 25 jaar uitziet, als de stikstofplannen misschien wel zijn uitgevoerd. We doen dat samen met ecoloog van de Wageningen Universiteit, Patrick Jansen.
On this week's Roundabout Roundup, Nicole shouts out an effective, easy-to-use essential: The ChomChom pet hair remover [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BAGTNAQ?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details]. Terri's enjoying the adorableness of Joshua Shaw, @upsidedownandcute on Instagram [https://www.instagram.com/upsidedownandcute/]. And Catherine escaped for a few hours by watching the latest Downton Abbey movie, Downton Abbey: A New Era [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11703710/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1]. Mentioned: Downton Abbey: The Exhibition [https://www.downtonexhibition.com/].
Today on Wussy Movie Club, friend of the pod Eddie Ray is here to run away to that villa in the south of France. We are talking about Downton Abbey: A New Era! The whole family is back in this somewhat gayer sequel to one of the world's most talked about movies. WUSSY Movie Club is hosted by two Queer film lovers: Johne Kilberg and Daniel Shaw. WUSSY Movie Club is a weekly roundtable movie podcast examines films a Queer lens, featuring themed seasons and special interviews with Queer filmmakers. Every Wednesday, a rotating cast of LGBTQIA+ voices will dish on their favorite films of past and present. Join the club and be a part of the discussion! WUSSY Movie Club is part of the WUSSY Podcast Network, hosted by WUSSY Mag (@wussymag) Produced by Jon Dean @jondeanphoto Podcast Art created by Nick Sheridan @glass.knuckles Podcast Music by DJ Helix @1djhelix Join the WUSSY Movie Club on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/wussymovieclub/ Follow WUSSY Movie Club on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WussyMovieClub/
The Beyond the Swinging Door: Servant's Podcast takes a deep dive into the personal lives of some of the servants that were responsible for running the Hackely and Hume houses day to day operations. This episode is in conjunction with the Dressing the Abbey exhibit at the Museum Museum of Art which looks at the outfits of the resident of the fictional Downton Abbey at the turn of the 20th century. The cover photo is of Taylor Bullis, the Hackley Family coachman. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/patrick-horn/support
Oh dear. The scales have fallen from Melanie's eyes this week as she analyzed one of her favourite films. The "spectacle" of film sure does make the movie-going experience a whole lot of fun, but when we strip away the soundtrack, the CGI, the costumes and the actors we admire, we're left with the story. Sometimes that makes us love our favourite stories even more, and sometimes it doesn't.
That was two-time Emmy winner Elisabeth Moss invoking the iconic Maggie Smith line from Downton Abbey as we began our chat on a Sunday morning. Reminding ourselves that we aren't in chosen industries where phrases like 'weekends' and 'business hours' are non-existent, it's a funny icebreaker before diving into talking about her work. Moss may play some of film and television's most taunted and tormented characters but she as opposite of that in possible in real life. Jovial and effervescent (I don't think I've interviewed someone who laughs as much), our conversation digs into her new role and new show Shining Girls, which recently finished airing on AppleTV+. Moss plays Kirby Mazrachi, an archivist for a Chicago newspaper in the mid-90s who was savagely attacked six years prior. When a recent murder is discovered to have a similar calling card to her own assault, she forges a bond with a reporter (played by Wagner Moura) to find and nab the killer (Jamie Bell). We jump right into the fact that the show throws the audience into this story, one of split personalities, time shifting and time travel, and gives them just enough information to stay afloat, much like Kirby herself. Often as an audience we're one step ahead of our protagonist but in Shining Girls, based on the novel by Lauren Beukes and from showrunner Silka Luisa, the viewer is a part of the unfolding mystery and sharing in the suspense. Moss received the script back in 2018 ("I just thought it was the coolest thing") to act in and produce, but her time behind the camera on The Handmaid's Tale more than prepared her to helm this new project that features all women directors; Moss is joined by Michelle MacLaren (Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad) and Daina Reid (The Handmaid's Tale) as well as a crew largely comprised of women ("It was just the natural thing to do...and all the best people for the job were women") and talk about the ever-important penultimate episode, . We of course dive into working with her co-stars Wagner Moura, aka "Wag," who Moss says is "so unbelievably alive, he's so facile. He has a presence that is absolutely electric." On Bell, playing heavily against type as the series bad guy, she remarks, "This is the best performance he has ever given. I think that man is going to be somebody who is going to win an Oscar." This is AwardsWatch so I would be remiss if I didn't take a look at how Moss is poised to make Emmy history if she's nominated for her performance in Shining Girls. She is currently tied with 10 women who have earned Lead Actress in a Drama Series Emmy nominations for two different shows, including Glenn Close, Connie Britton and Barbara Stanwyck. Moss earned lead actress nominations for Mad Men and The Handmaid's Tale, winning for the latter. She would be in a place all her own if she can nab a nom this year for a third show. Listen to our conversation below. Major spoilers of the series in the last third of the interview so if you haven't seen the show, I recommend it.
Gizelle and Robyn talk about home decor issues, Doordash, the royal kids, Drag Brunch, Downton Abbey, Lebron James, Michael B. Jordan, Justin Timberlake, D.L. Hughley v Monique, group texts and more! +Get in touch with the show: whatsup (at) reasonablyshady (dot) com --Follow Robyn on IG:robyndixon10 --Follow Gizelle on IG:gizellebryant See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Rosa and Catherine are back with another retro review episode featuring: "Downton Abbey" (2019) Director: Michael Engler The beloved Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives. A royal visit from the king and queen of England soon unleashes scandal, romance and intrigue and leaving the future of Downton hanging in the balance. "Downton Abbey: A New Era" (2022) Director: Simon Curtis The Crawley family goes on a grand journey to the South of France to uncover the mystery of the dowager countess's newly inherited villa. Save 10% on your order at Super Yaki with the code SUPERLATINXLENS at checkout: www.superyaki.com Support us on Patreon! Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @latinxlens Follow Catherine on Twitter and Instagram: @thingscatloves Follow Rosa on Twitter and Instagram: @rosasreviews Theme Music by David Rosen
The girls' personal updates include double lunches, pickle balling, and high quick starts. For the main segment, it's Watchlist! Lots of movies and shows are recommended, as well as some mini reviews on Lord of Rings and the new Downton Abbey film. Thanks for listening! Subscribe and review on Apple Podcast and Spotify Follow on Instagram and TikTok @daydreamerpod
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 6:45 We'll have an episode out next week and then we'll be off on June 25th and July 2nd. We'll have one episode on July 9th and then we're taking off the 16th and the 23rd. Chandra worries we'll miss Prince William's birthday extravaganza on June 21st. I saw the Downton Abbey movie and liked it. There were weird filters on some of the actors though. Chandra finished Shining Girls on Apple and recommends it. My favorite show, P-Valley, is back on Starz. Chandra mentions that Megan Thee Stallion might make a guest appearance. (We know she did an original song for the show.) Royals: Minutes 6:45 to 25:00 Last week we talked about the Sussexes' triumphant appearance at the Jubilee service on Friday. It turns out that was all they did during the Jubilee apart from being behind the scenes during the balcony appearance. On Friday they met privately with the Queen and on Saturday they had a garden party for Lilibet's birthday. People magazine had a story with quotes from an insider who said the Sussexes "paid their respects and went home. They were really here to see the Queen." The Sussexes have shown that to be the case. There were so many think pieces about how the Sussexes were brazen for leaving quietly on Sunday and not going to any public events other than the service. They were called “detached” and “cold” by Dan Wootton in the Daily Mail. The Telegraph had quotes from an insider that there was no interaction between the Cambridges and The Sussexes. An insider said “a line was crossed” with the Oprah interview, that the Sussexes hadn't acknowledged the hurt they caused and that “someone needs to be steely in this.” Chandra says that the palace's messaging is out of kilter. It's clear that the Sussexes were the ones saying no to the invitations and keeping their heads high. She also says that there was a deliberate effort to keep the brothers apart. At the Jubbly parade on Sunday Kate wore a white belted coat and skirt, which was somewhat like Meghan's light lilac belted coat dress at the service. The Cambridges got the most headlines for little Louis, four, trying to shush his mom and pushing her hand away during the parade. Mike Tindall, who was seated behind them, said the kids were hopped up on sugar. George and Charlotte were in Wales with their parents for the Jubilee and did not look happy to be there We got an adorable photo of Lilibet on Monday afternoon, tweeted by a photographer at her birthday party named Misan Harriman. Chandra mentions that we haven't heard who else was at the party. After that photo came out we heard that Harry and Meghan were “banned” from taking any photos with the Queen when they saw her Saturday. There was another story in the NY Post that said the Sussexes just enjoyed a private moment with the Queen and that they didn't ask for photos. Harry and Meghan could set the record straight at any time with a quote or interview, and then the press would freak out about that too. I play a segment from Zoom where we talked about the royals. Harry and Meghan handled the Jubilee like bosses. Chandra thinks their security situation is still messed up. The big stories from the Jubilee were the Sussexes being unbothered, Kate and William being disconnected and Kate being flustered by their kid. The monarchy is boring without Harry and Meghan and will be boring without the Queen. We don't think Charles will be a terrible king though. Many commonwealth countries, like Australia, will leave when the Queen passes. Comments of the Week: Minutes 25:00 to end Chandra's comment of the week is from Miranda on the post about Kate being William's most trusted advisor. My comment of the week is from smegmoria on the post where Adam Sandler got a black eye from his phone. We talk about our random dumb injuries. Thanks for listening bitches!
Director Simon Curtis discusses his new film, Downton Abbey: A New Era, with fellow director Amy Holden Jones in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, they speak about how Curtis made the film his own after the televsion show and the previous film and how he hopes the film will be perceived. Based on the popular television series and a follow-up to the 2019 feature film, A New Era reacquaints us with the Crawley family and their servants, as some venture to the South of France, while others remain behind to oversee the shooting of a film at their estate. Please note: spoilers are included. See photos and a summary of this event below: https://www.dga.org/Events/2022/July2022/DowntonAbbey_QnA_0522.aspx
Christina and Emma are back to discuss the new Downton Abbey movie! They discuss themes of growing up, changes, and preparation for death. As always, what they're cooking. Leave your comments for the 200th episode at 917-524-7483 (call or text).
CW: discussions of violence, self-harm, domestic abuse, mass shooting–in other words, of our everyday lives in the U.S.A. Wynter and Karen welcome special guest Raquel Gutierrez, author of the new book Brown Neon (out June 7). The three revive a conversation they started over drinks during the Gen X festival about vengeance movies centering women, and fantasies of fighting back in a bleak timeline moving increasingly from the genre of horror to realism. Karen talks about why she undertook a double-feature of the new Downton Abbey film with Alex Garland's latest, Men starring Jessie Buckley. Wynter anoints The Kids in the Hall honorary Gen X-ers, while telling us why she comfort-binged their latest revival three times. Plus, nuo-lingo is back from retrolingo, and two VERY different songs of the week for your enjoyment.
Simon surprises us all by announcing he's become a Lord in the UK. No one has any idea why, but he's making demands we all use his new title. To celebrate this sudden elevation to the ranks of the aristocracy, Simon has been binge watching Downton Abbey. Between that and his new title, Nic is beginning to worry about his podcast pal.Of course, there's a reason for all this indulgent Britishness, it's only the bloody Queen's Platinum Jubilee! Granted Nic is a republican and Simon is monarchy agnostic, but surely a parade of pensioners on mobility scooters will liven up proceedings. We talk all things jubilee, ask what the hell is the point, and even find some time to talk about the perfect celebratory lunch (hint: it includes a trifle).We also find some time to discuss the top 9 Brexit benefits that for some reason weren't printed on the side of a bus, recent technological problems with credit cards in Germany, and we finish with a sneaky Boris Becker update.For those of you looking to support Ukraine or the many refugees currently fleeing the conflict, please take a look at these different charities and consider donating if you can:Ukraine Crisis Media Centre - A list of different donation pages to help the Ukrainian military response.Disaster Emergency Committee - Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal Save the ChildrenÄrzte ohne GrenzenImage CreditBild von Jhoan Cordoba auf PixabayTheme tune courtesy of Kloß mit Soß
What is This Episode- Top of Show . CRIMES OF THE FUTURE REVIEW - :57 . WRAPPING UP CANNES 2022: Triangle of Sadness Wins a Palme - 6:32 Decision to Leave Has a Chance for Oscars Success - 16:03 More Winners - 17:50 . Reviewing the Reviewers: Close - 21:03 Broker - 22:55 (International Feature Category Tangent - 25:48) War Pony is a Directorial Debut for the Ages - 28:30 The Worst Ones Does French Film Proud - 30:10 Aftersun, Stuns - 32:40 Kelly Reichart…Comedian?! - 34:12 . Unofficial Official Standing Ovation Entries - 37:00 . . DOWNTON ABBEY: A NEW AGE REVIEW: Nonspoiler Review - 41:31 Spoilers - 46:53 AlsoMike Ranks His Top 30 Downton Characters - 49:15 (And Mike1 Dies a Little Inside) Top 5 - 1:05:49 . . Where To Find Our Work/LEAVE US 5* REVIEWS! - 1:11:33 Words of Wisdom/What's Coming Next - 1:12:38
Tom McDonald previewed the new Downton Abbey film as well as Obi Wan Kenobi on Disney Plus. Rachel Ulmann shared about the ministry of the Given Institute. Todd and Ellen provided the Sunday Gospel reflection for Pentecost Sunday.
This week, Grace and Ariel cover Downton Abbey: A New Era with special guests, Jess Sterling (@thejesssterling) and Sara Fergenson (@SaraFergenson). The post Downton Abbey 2 | Movie Review appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
Welcome to the Munsons at the Movies podcast. Each episode we delve into the filmography and impact of a randomly selected actor. In this episode, we explore the career of Maggie Smith. Best known for her roles as Violet Crawley in Downton Abbey, Professor McGonagall in the Harry Potter franchise, and Miss Jean Brodie (1969), we're going all the way back to the 1950's with our reviews in this episode. Joined for the fifth time by guest Munson, Dan Craig, we discuss her numerous Oscar nominated roles, the buddy action flick we all wished we could see with Maggie & Whoopi Goldberg, we're back in our bag talking gratuitous male nudity in films, and we debate her evolution as a performer over nine different decades. As James says, "This woman was born when Hitler was alive--she's seen some shit." Where does Dame Maggie Smith rank on the Munson Meter? Listen to find out.
In this week's “Throwback Thursday / Where are they now?” segment, we hear from a full-time voiceover artist. It started from a podcast about Downton Abbey! Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.
Do you enjoy enjoy the “Upstairs, Downstairs” contrasts of Downton Abbey, but wish it had the added element of a murder mystery? Then you'll want to check out "Murder at Mallowan Hall" by Colleen Cambridge, which features a mashup of fiction and real life as it considers the the question, "What if Agatha Christie's housekeeper had to solve a murder?" My read-a-like book recommendations include lists of country home mysteries, “Upstairs, Downstairs” mysteries, and historical figures as sleuths.
Someone attacked the Mona Lisa (7:05). Mathew Morrison is leaving So You Think You Can Dance (11:00). The Bachelorette proposed (19:05). So did Jack Antonoff (23:20). And Mormon mom tok is swinging into controversy (25:35). For Love it or hate it (31:10) Matt tips his hat to Downton Abbey and Shelby is watching The Staircase.
Ella Carey and her epic heartbreaking World War I story, The Girl From Paris, kick off the show this week, taking us from war-torn Paris of the First World War to the fabulous fashion scene of 1920s New York. Seamstress Vianne believes she's lost her sister in the war. She sees the rubble surrounding her and has the evidence of her own eyes, but when she gets to New York she's forced to face a new reality. Hi there, I'm your host Jenny Wheeler and in Binge Reading today Ella talks about the remarkable couturier scene in 1920s New York, her Daughters of New York series, and her lifelong passion for all things French. We've got another free giveaway. As you know, we do this every week. This week it's the Chocolate Magic Mystery Box series, seven cozy mysteries by author Olivia Swift. YES TO CHOCOLATE BOX MYSTERIES Create your own magical moment. Grab a coffee and some chocolate while you dive into seven cozy mysteries. Yes to Chocolate Box Mysteries And don't forget, for the cost of less than a cup of coffee a month you can get exclusive bonus content – like hearing Ella's answers to the five quickfire questions – by becoming a Binge Reading on Patreon supporter. We've got a new feature starting on Patreon this month, Encore, a monthly chat with authors who have already been on the show, talking about their latest exciting release. It's shorter than a normal episode, 15-20 minutes. First up in the second week of June is popular international author Gill Paul talking about The Collector's Daughter, her new dual timeline novel about the English aristocrat Lady Eve Herbert – famous not only because she was born and grew up in Highclere, the manor house that features in Downton Abbey, but she was also part of the first ever global media sensation, the uncovering of Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt in the 1920s. SUPPORT BINGE READING ON PATREON As usual, the links to everything we've talked about in this show can be found on the Binge Reading website. Links to this episode: Ella Carey Books:Paris Time Capsule: https://www.ellacarey.com/library/paris-time-capsule/House From The Lake: https://www.ellacarey.com/library/the-house-by-the-lake/From A Paris Balcony: https://www.ellacarey.com/library/from-a-paris-balcony/ Daughters of New York series: https://www.ellacarey.com/library/a-new-york-secret/https://www.ellacarey.com/library/the-lost-girl-of-berlin/https://www.ellacarey.com/library/the-girl-from-paris/https://www.ellacarey.com/library/the-lost-sister-of-fifth-avenue/Maid by Nita Prose https://www.amazon.com/Maid-Novel-Nita-Prose/dp/0593356152Belle Epoch artist Giovanni Boldini https://www.wikiart.org/en/giovanni-boldiniBelle Epoch courtesan: Marthe de Florian https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marthe_de_FlorianThe Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman: https://www.amazon.com/A-Thursday-Murder-Club-Mystery-3-book-series/dp/B08RDVHNTBAlexander McCall Smith: https://www.alexandermccallsmith.co.uk/Rhys Bowen: https://rhysbowen.com/(Enduring Storyteller - Rhys on Joys of Binge Reading)https://thejoysofbingereading.com/rhys-bowen-2/AND A (Royal) Wedding and Four Funerals:https://thejoysofbingereading.com/rhys-bowen/Fiona Valpy: https://www.fionavalpy.com/(French For Always- Fiona on Joys of Binge Reading) https://thejoysofbingereading.com/fiona-valpy-ww-ii-drama/ Encore over the next few weeks: The Collector's Daughter: from Gill Paul and The Leonard Girls: from Deborah Challinor Where to find Ella Carey Website: https://www.ellacarey.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ellacareyauthor/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ella_CareyPinterest: @ellacarey54Bookouture: https://www.bookouture.com/ What follows is a "near as" transcript of our conversation, not word for word but pretty close to it, with links to the show notes in The Joys of Binge Reading.com for important mentions. But that's enough of the housekeeping. Here's Ella.
First of all: don't forget to join Becky's fan club book club discussion this Wednesday, 6/1! Then: whoooo's ready to talk morning routines? Well, you're in luck because we're going through our daily morning routines (in extreme detail). Listen in to find out which of us needs 6 alarms, who uses the high tech sleep apps, which of us has their week of outfits planned, who completes the Taylor Swift Heardle every morning, who's a catatonic zombie before 9am, AND who feels like a Downton Abbey maid while she's making her bed. And the fun doesn't stop there, because then we're getting into our nighttime routines :) we hope you enjoy this randomly in depth look at the nitty gritty of our daily lives! Thank you so much for listening! Grab your BATC merch here: https://www.booksandthecitypod.com/merch. Browse and shop all the books we've discussed on past episodes at https://www.bookshop.org/shop/booksandthecity. Subscribe to our newsletter on our website, and send us an email at email@example.com. Music by EpidemicSound, logo art by @niczollos, all opinions are our own.
In this episode, I chat about a new table topper quilting project, knitting lots of hats, and the new Downtown Abbey movie. For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.
Dave and Alonso review three movies that have more in common than you might think. Subscribe (and review us) at Apple Podcasts, follow us @linoleumcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, danger zone. Join our club, won't you?
After 36 months it's been a joy to welcome back the Highclere Show. It's a festival and celebration of country life that is always great entertainment for the thousands that come here every May. In this month's podcast I sat down with the organiser Jerome Roberts - do have a listen and maybe we'll see you here next year!
In this episode of Hands-On History, Heather chats with Sarah Somerville of Shaw House in Berkshire about working in a heritage home. Sarah reveals that she had previously worked at Highclere Castle - which we know as Downton Abbey. Check out Shaw House ONLINE Shaw House on Twitter Support Tudors Dynasty on Patreon! __ Images of Shaw House: Image 1 Image 2 Image 3 __ Credits: Host: Heather R. Darsie Guest: Sarah Somerville Edited by: Rebecca Larson Voice Over: David Black Music: Ketsa, Alexander Nakarada, and Winnie the Moog via FilmMusic.io, used by EXTENDED license. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rebecca-larson/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rebecca-larson/support
*A note from the Getting Curious team: We delivered this episode just as news broke about the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Elementary schools are supposed to be spaces for learning, growth, and creativity. No child or adult should ever have to worry about gun violence when they step into a classroom. You can follow our @CuriouswithJVN social media pages for resources and developments.*Jonathan has spent a decade preparing for this week's episode: they've pored over countless hours of footage, consulted with historians, even married a Brit. Today, that research pays off, as Jonathan interviews Allen Leech and Laura Carmichael aka Tom Branson and Lady Edith of Downton FUCKING Abbey. Listen in as they discuss behind-the-scenes stories, the work that goes into creating a historical drama, and the new film Downton Abbey: A New Era.A note to Downton fans! This episode contains spoilers, notably around 21 minutes, 32 minutes, and 51 minutes in.Downton Abbey: A New Era is playing in theaters now. You can follow the latest on Twitter @DowntonAbbey, Instagram @downtonabbey_official, and Facebook @DowntonAbbey.A native of south Dublin, award winning actor Allen Leech is best known for his role in Downton Abbey, where he plays Tom Branson, chauffeur turned estate manager. You can follow Allen on Twitter @Allenleech and on Instagram @therealleech.Laura Carmichael plays Lady Edith in Downtown Abbey and will also play the lead role in the second season of thriller series The Secret She Keeps later this year. You can follow Laura on Twitter @carmichelle and Instagram @larrycarmichael.Join the conversation, and find out what former guests are up to, by following us on Instagram and Twitter @CuriousWithJVN. Jonathan is on Instagram and Twitter @JVN and @Jonathan.Vanness on Facebook.Transcripts for each episode are available at JonathanVanNess.com. Love listening to Getting Curious? Now, you can also watch Getting Curious—on Netflix! Head to netflix.com/gettingcurious to dive in.Our executive producer is Erica Getto. Our associate producer is Zahra Crim. Our editor is Andrew Carson. Our socials are run and curated by Middle Seat Digital. Our theme music is “Freak” by QUIÑ; for more, head to TheQuinCat.com. Getting Curious merch is available on PodSwag.com.
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On Culture Friday, Nick Eicher and Mary Reichard talk to John Stonestreet about the recent mass shootings and soul sickness; Collin Garbarino reviews the latest installment in the Downton Abbey series; and on Word Play, George Grant explores the parlance of social media. Plus: the oldest man on earth, and the Friday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from The Master's University Online Programs--teaching Christ in all things. More at online.masters.edu
Downton Abbey is back again. Three years after the 2019 movie that extended the popular TV series, the Crawleys are once again dealing with the clash of the old ways and the new ways. This time, the interloper is early Hollywood. While a director, a crew, and a bunch of actors descend upon the estate for filming, the story also travels to the south of France for a story that might reveal secrets from the Dowager Countess' past.