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Vanessa Kirby plays Josephine in Ridley Scott’s latest, Napoleon, finally out in cinemas this weekend, and, well, what do you know, with the strikes lifted she was able to join Ali for a conversation all about it which you’ll be able to listen to on ... more
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So this is an unusual episode of Radio 1's Screen Time - sort of - in so far as there are not one but TWO interviews to enjoy, namely Saltburn's Emerald Fennell and The Marvels' Nia DaCosta. Plus, as a bonus, we've also got a brief review of Nic Cage... more
Super knowledgeable, loads to say & talk about and one of the best interviewers out there - loving the podcast as a vehicle towards getting more movie and Ali Plumb related content.
One of my favourite podcasts and always gives me ideas of films to watch at the weekend 😁
Always look forward to this pod. Keep ‘em coming Mr. Plumb!
Ali Plumb: the best to ever do it
Ali Plumb consistently delivers ridiculously entertaining chats with the biggest names in the game. Love the fun and creative questions, which always elicit great answers. Brilliant stuff!
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Radio 1's Screen Time launched 9 years ago and published 306 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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