On this special episode, we are joined by our friend of the podcast, Sadaf Ahsan. The only word to sum up this episode is: women (said in the voice of Saorise Ronan in Little Women). We discuss almost everything to the point that there is actually no topic: Anna Faris' comedy career, Megan Fox rising from the ashes of the '00s, Sharon Stone's very true comments about Meryl Streep, and of course, we get Sadaf's thoughts on everything Housewives at the moment. Enjoy! Follow us on Twitter: @itsjordanapps & @joshgetsit
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Albert Brooks Defends His Life, Johnny Depp Does Blow, and Saoirse Ronan is Hanna
Thirty Twenty Ten
April 2-8: Sparks fly between Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger, Helen Mirren is the prime suspect, Morgan Freeman hunts a killer, the president gets a sitcom, Danny McBride and James Franco get high, Russell Brand makes either the best or worst remake ever, Workaholics is under-rated and the Borgias get cutthroat against Borgias. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.
Saoirse Ronan in conversation with Irish Film London
The Irish Film London Podcast
Irish Film London are delighted to announce that Irish actor Saoirse Ronan has became an Irish Film London patron.Saoirse said “Irish Film London has developed a brilliant platform for Irish filmmakers and actors to showcase the breadth of their talent across the UK. They have helped to cultivate a strong reputation for Irish film here, so I’ve always found there to be a warm reception on the ground and a recognition of the quality of our work.”In our latest podcast Saoirse speaks to us about her newest film Ammonite, being Irish abroad, lock-down guilty pleasures, the future of indie films and much more. Thank you to the Irish Emigrant Support Programme, who've been a wonderful supporter of ours for a number of years, providing encouragement and vital support, including for this podcast. Go raibh míle maith agaibh!The Irish Film London Podcast is presented by Niamh Branigan. This episode was produced by our executive producer Kelly O’Connor and mixed and edited by Owen Billcliffe.For more about Irish Film London, visit irishfilmlondon.com, and follow us on our social media platforms: twitter.com/irishfilmlondon facebook.com/IrishFilmFestivalLondon instagram.com/irishfilmlondonOur theme music is Acid Trumpet by Kevin McCloud. Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Fruit Flies, Fun, and Saoirse Ronan in Brooklyn (2015)
Through The Lens
This week Ellen and Olivia take their first dive into the Romantic/Drama world of cinema and discuss John Crowley's 2015 film, Brooklyn, which also features one of their favorite leading ladies, Saoirse Ronan.
In this 2-part episode, we invite actor Saoirse Ronan and have a hot topic discussion about the 2020 election. Segment 1: Saoirse stars in the new film 'Ammonite' opposite Kate Winslet. In 1800s England, acclaimed but unrecognized fossil hunter Mary Anning (Kate Winslet) works alone on the rugged Southern coastline. When a wealthy visitor entrusts Mary with the care of his wife Charlotte Murchison (Saoirse Ronan), she cannot afford to turn his offer down. Proud and relentlessly passionate about her work, Mary initially clashes with her unwelcome guest, but despite the distance between their social class and personalities, an intense bond begins to develop, compelling the two women to determine the true nature of their relationship. Host: Cat Segment 2: The 2020 Presidential election is finally over. The BGN Podcast staff give their hot takes about this past election year as well as the controversy surrounding the results of ballot counts, missing concession speeches, and what to expect under a Biden/Harris administration. Host: Jamie, Angelica, and Ryanne Music by: Sammus Edited by: Jamie Broadnax
Ep. 008 - From the Makers of Saoirse Ronan: The Bairds
Happy podcast Monday everyone!!This episode we talk a little bit about ancient Celtic philosophy and how that shaped people's lives in different Celtic tribes across Europe. Click play to learn more about the diversity within Celtic communities and how their roots survive to this day. Stay tuned for the second part of this episode coming next week. That's right: no more waiting!! As always,Thank you for listening. —K&SSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/keckandsikkinky)
Welcome to The B-Side, from The Film Stage. Here we talk about movie stars and not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones they made in between.Today we celebrate a young actress whose Oscar nominations are outmatched only by her B-Sides! It’s Saoirse Ronan time! The esteemed Bill Graham of The Film Stage Show joins us to discuss the Bronx-born, Ireland-raised starlet. B-Sides include Peter Weir’s The Way Back, Andrew Niccol’s The Host, Neil Jordan’s Byzantium, and Dominic Cooke’s On Chesil Beach.We dive into the historical accuracies and inaccuracies of The Way Back, the similarities between The Host and The Twilight Saga, the slightly immortality-positive POV of Byzantium, the narrative structure of On Chesil Beach and Ronan’s penchant for making movies based on books!Be sure to give us a follow on Twitter and Facebook at @TFSBSide. Also enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. We are also now on Spotify and Stitcher. Enjoy!
It’s another Introverts Salute to one of our favorite literary leading ladies, Saoirse Ronan . . . but this one takes a lot of twists and turns. A fight breaks out over Amanda’s favorite movie, Steph tells us about her first exposure to Twilight, Virginia’s list of movies to watch is growing by leaps and bounds, but one is definitely not going to make the cut, and Judy breaks down Elizabethan history. Can we get Saoirse is a good vamp movie, please? Until then, she’s our Jo March forever.