One Day Spoiler Special Interview with Ambika Mod
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by BBC Radio 1
3d ago
Netflix’s adaptation of David Nicholls’ much-loved novel One Day has been a storming success since it landed online last week, with seemingly everyone you know talking about Ambika Mod’s Emma and Leo Woodall’s Dexter with a tear in their eye around the proverbial water cooler. So now seemed like a good time to invite Ambika herself into the Radio 1 studios to chat with Ali about the most emotional moments in the show with spoilers very much allowed. So, in short, make sure you’ve watched One Day before you press play - you have been warned ..read more
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Oscars 2024 Nominations Reaction with Ella Kemp
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by BBC Radio 1
2w ago
Now that the dust has settled just a little bit, Ali has teamed up with fellow full-time film fan Ella Kemp - of Letterboxd’s ‘Four Faves’ fame - to talk through all the runners and riders for this year’s Academy Awards (Sunday March 10th, for those wondering, with the BAFTAs on Sunday February 18th) after the controversial announcement last week of who got what nods. So whip out your proverbial pen and paper because a lot of great movies get mentioned here and there’s a decent chance you’ll want to watch a few of them ..read more
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Big Boys Interview Special with Jack Rooke
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by BBC Radio 1
3w ago
All Of Us Strangers may finally be in cinemas - and Ali’s Story So Far interview with one of its stars, Paul Mescal, may be on be on BBC iPlayer right about now - but here on Radio 1’s Screen Time we’re shining a light on Big Boys, Jack Rooke’s semi-autobiographical sitcom, which has recently returned to Channel 4 to rave reviews. Here, Jack sits down with Ali for this interview special, featuring a surprise appearance from a Radio 1 DJ to boot, which touches on British comedy as a whole and just how tricky it is to get a show like Big Boys off the ground ..read more
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Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse Interview Special with Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
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by BBC Radio 1
1M ago
It’s awards season! Poor Things came out last week, The Holdovers is out this week and All Of Strangers is out next week - so it’s a great time to be a film fan (moreso than ever). But here’s something just a smidge different for you: a fun and fact-filled chat with two of the human beings behind one of Ali’s films of the year, Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, those loveable geniuses Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. So as long as you don’t mind a wee bit of strong language (and a spoiler or two), this is the interview special for you ..read more
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2024's Big Ol' Film and TV Preview - With Must Watch's Scott Bryan!
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by BBC Radio 1
1M ago
After checking his calendar a couple of times, Ali is pretty sure that 2024 is finally, definitely, absolutely here, and with it some very exciting films for us to all look forward to. But with Screen Time being a film *and* TV podcast, joining the party this week is TV expert (and BBC 5 Live's very own) Scott Bryan, who stopped by to talk about some of the big small screen releases - if that makes sense - that are on their way this particular 12 months. Plus, a reminder of Poor Things' arrival in cinemas and a few other bits and bobs ..read more
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Dan Levy Good Grief Interview Special (plus January 2024 preview!)
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by BBC Radio 1
1M ago
Radio 1’s Screen Time welcomes in 2024 with a truly lovely interview with Dan Levy: writer, director, producer and star of Good Grief, a comedy-drama motion picture you can watch on Netflix, well, right about now. Chances are, you know Dan from playing David Rose on a certain Canadian sitcom megahit by the name of Schitt's Creek (which he also co-created and wrote) - so that does come up a little bit - as does professional people-pleasing anxiety (in a fun way!) and the fine art of taking a compliment successfully. And, as a little new year bonus, we've also got a brief round-up of the biggest ..read more
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Ali's Film Club Christmas Special: Die Hard
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by BBC Radio 1
1M ago
Is Die Hard a Christmas film? It's a question seemingly as old as the movie itself - first came out in 1988, fact fans - but whatever your thoughts on that controversial pub conversation question, December seemed like the perfect time to bring friend of the podcast (and Empire Magazine editor, as it goes) Nick de Semlyen on to chat about just why we love John McClane so much - and how the film changed the landscape of action cinema forever. A word to the wise, by the way: as you might imagine with this being a spoiler special about Die Hard, this podcast contains both, well, spoilers and, um ..read more
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Ncuti Gatwa Doctor Who Interview Special: Becoming... The Doctor
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by BBC Radio 1
2M ago
There’s something very very exciting going on on your televisions this Christmas time - and that’s Ncuti Gatwa’s first fully-fledged standalone outing as The Doctor, Doctor Who, on BBC One. The Christmas special is called 'The Church On Ruby Road' and you can watch it on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the UK from 5.55pm on December 25th. To celebrate that fact, here's an interview with Ncuti where Ali tries to talk about the character of The Doctor, about how he got the role, about what it all means to him... without giving away spoilers, because boy oh boy do spoilers abound ..read more
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2023 Review Of The Year Special!
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by BBC Radio 1
2M ago
Friends of the show Clarisse Loughrey (The Independent's chief film critic) and Dan Layton (film and TV reviewer extraordinaire) join Ali once again to try and do justice to the year that was/is 2023, discussing their five favourite films and trying to wrap their heads around what's been "slept on" in the past 12 months. Colin From Accounts? Slow Horses? Rye Lane? The list goes on and on - you may want to whip out your notepad, a lot of possible new favourites are going to be coming your way. Plus! As a little bonus, Adam Driver, Penelope Cruz and Shailene Woodley make a brief appearance at th ..read more
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Wonka Interview Special Featuring Timothée Chalamet, Paul King, Olivia Colman and more
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by BBC Radio 1
2M ago
If you were to cast a young Willy Wonka, who'd be your first choice for the role? Why it'd have to be Timothée Chalamet - but of course - just the sort of person who can sing and dance and charm his way around a delightful musical confection from the mind of Paddington(s) director Paul King. In this interview special podcast, Ali talks to pretty much the whole cast of the film, including the likes of Olivia Colman, Tom Davis, Keegan-Michael Key (to name but a few), but the emphasis is very much on Paul King himself and this Timothée Chalamet fellow, so if you're a fan of either - and well you ..read more
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