Book Discussion - The Torrent, The Ex Hex, Jamaica Inn (feat. Dani From Words & Nerds)
Tell Me What To Read
This is Tell Me What To Read, the podcast of Booktopia, Australia's Local Bookstore. Today, Nick sits down with Hannah, Zia and special guest Dani Vee from Words & Nerds to discuss the books they are reading and enjoying! *Producer's Note: Due to our team being in social isolation, the sound quality is more variable. Words & Nerds (+ My EXTRAordinary Mum): https://www.wordsandnerds.com/Vote for the FAB Award - Round Two: https://bit.ly/3o2QXAn Books mentioned in this podcast:Dinuka McKenzie - The Torrent: https://bit.ly/3rTJ2GrMichael Trant - Wild Dogs: https://bit.ly/3r54VU3Victoria Brookman - Burnt Out: https://bit.ly/3u5bmIAJohn Larkin - Zombies Vs. the Illuminati: https://bit.ly/3rPAXCKDavina Bell, Allison Colpoys (Illustrator)- Tomorrow is a Brand-New Day: https://bit.ly/3wKtwPoDaphne Du Maurier - Jamaica Inn: https://bit.ly/3rWVsO0Bessel Van Der Kolk - The Body Keeps The Score: https://bit.ly/35n9VuNMadeline Miller - Circe: https://bit.ly/3r7oo6sErin Sterling - The Ex Hex: https://bit.ly/3nYvGrt Sponsored Books:Margaret Bearman - We Were Never Friends: https://bit.ly/3G5IkuZ Host: Nick WasilievGuests: Hannah Armstrong, Zia Keirouz & Dani Vee (from Words & Nerds)Producer: Nick Wasiliev Season: 2 Episode: 6 Join us for our bi-weekly show with episodes going out every Wednesday and Friday! Join us on Wednesdays as we speak to authors from Australia and around the world about their latest books, and hit us up on Fridays for the books that we are reading and recommending! Originally Published: 27th January 2022
Today I’ll be discussing Alfred Hitchcock's forgotten film, "Jamaica Inn (1939) https://linktr.ee/reelyoldmovies #jamaicainn1939 #alfredhitchcock #reelyoldmovies--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reelyoldmovies/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reelyoldmovies/support
Way up high, in the very middle of Bodmin Moor, you’ll find the Jamaica Inn.A pub once frequented by local pirates and smugglers, it’s small and incessantly battered by the elements. It's haunted with ghosts that roam from room to room scaring modern day patrons.Howling winds and crying voices permeate the walls of this place.Around every corner a reminder that this place was a haven for pirates, smuggling, rum guzzling and illegal shenanigans.We are heading to the UK this April - more stories to come!Follow Anne and Renata:Facebook: @AnneAndRenataInstagram: @AnneAndRenataYouTube: @AnneAndRenataTikTok: @AnneAndRenataVisit www.anneandrenata.com for more spookiness.True Hauntings is a Frightfully Good Production#jamaicainn #anneandrenata #hauntedinn #haunteduk #ghosts #spookyisles #cornwallghosts #hauntedcornwall #smugglers #pirates #hauntedtales See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jamaica Inn final part - Like a candle in the wind
To be fair!!! I did not see this coming!! Am I slow or is Daphne one hell of a sneaky author?!?! No spoilers here! But what a story - and of course lots of problematic misogyny is in there too!We will be taking a short break before coming back with our new season, but will let you know release dates soon! Have a spooOOOooooky halloween!
Jamaica Inn part 6 - Plan the plan you're planning to plan
Jesus, we need to get Mary out of Jamaica Inn, she's in danger and she's getting more attracted to Joss/Jem by the minute! And she just needs to get out! But at least she gets to see some lovely water colours, and what a cliffhanger for our penultimate episode!
It's Christmas Day and shit is going down! Jos, stop fucking killing people??!?!! Guys, this a rollercoaster! so much drama! Strap in, and then, please tell us, in your opinion, what is the function of a lighthouse?
Jimmy Fallon goes undercover to infiltrate a group of pirates. I wonder if someone will Google Jimmy Fallon and find this? Hello Jimmy Fallon fans. He's not actually in this movie, but some dude that looks like him is. You could stick around if you wanted. Email the show firstname.lastname@example.org Budget Arcade Discord https://discord.gg/3UK26UV
Episode 22: "Jamaica Inn" (1939) feat. Dan Callahan
Foreign Correspondents: Deeper into Hitchcock
"Jamaica Inn", starring the unimitable Charles Laughton and young Maureen O'Hara, is one of the least appreciated Hitchcock films, but it is a fascinating starting point for a discussion about the director and his actors. We are joined by Dan Callahan, author of the recent book "The Camera Lies: Acting for Hitchcock", with whom we talk about the screen presence of Laughton, Barbara Stanwyck and... Hitchcock himself.
HitchPod - A Podcast About Alfred Hitchcock Movies
"Cat's just seen a movie about land pirates who hang out in a terrible inn." "Jamaica?" "No, she watched it of her own accord." But does she regret doing so? Find out in this episode, where she and Dan discuss Jamaica Inn from 1939. Patreon supporters will also get access to a bonus podcast in which we Hitchcockify Pirates of the Caribbean. Find out how to access that segment by going to https://www.hitchpodonline.com/support-hitchpod/, which is where you'll also get access to our previous episodes on Rear Window, Strangers on a Train, Vertigo, The Birds, Psycho, Rebecca, Dial M For Murder and more.
The Jamaica Inn has long provided travellers with a resting place and ales. It is also a location long associated with smugglers and wreckers- people who would purposefully lure unsuspecting ships out at sea on to the awaiting rocks. These ships would then be looted and stripped of all cargo. The Jamaica Inn provided a perfect location to hide these goods- isolated as it is on the moor. A light would be placed in a small square window to provide the all clear for nearby smugglers waiting out on the misty moors. Joining me today are Karin and Colin who make up part of the Jamaica Inn Paranormal Team. The team have had the unique experience of being the site team investigating the history, hauntings and folklore associated with this remarkable location made famous by the book 'The Jamaica Inn' written by Daphne du Maurier. The inn though offers far more than the book and the tales of smugglers that it has to offer... something that today's guests will be giving us a unique glipse of from some of their many investigations and the wealth of research that they undertake. Light your candles and join us in discovering some of the mysteries of this inn.... Guest social media pages: Website: https://www.jamaicainn.co.uk/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoP-8BBmc31Tj2qpLQYsMsA/videos?app=desktop Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamaicainnghosthunts Thank you for listening. If you wish to support the Haunted History Chronicles Podcast then please click on the Patreon link. https://www.patreon.com/Haunted_History_Chronicles Please use the links below or on the website to keep in touch via our social media pages : to ask questions and review other content linked to this episode. Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/HauntedHistoryChronicles/?ref=bookmarks Twitter: https://twitter.com/hauntedhistory4 Instagram: instagram.com/haunted_history_chronicles Website: https://www.podpage.com/haunted-history-chronicles/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hauntedchronicles/message