62 Podcast Episodes
Latest 22 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
Dr. George Miller with Tim Minchin
How Big Is My Trailer
Oscar winning filmaker Dr George Miller reveals who inspired him into medicine, why he views Mad Max as a failure and how Charlize Theron became an ever-increasing presence in Fury Road. He also meets Tim Minchin for the first time. Tim Minchin shares why he never celebrates his success, what he wrote to the head of Dreamwork’s after his $100 million animation film was shut down and what he thinks is the most critical talking point of our times. ABOUT "HOW BIG IS MY TRAILER?" Interviewer/Producer Angela Pulvirenti and AACTA winning actor Kat Stewart expertly co-host this revealing and open-hearted conversation hour about the highs, lows and left turns of navigating a truly successful life in film, television and the arts. Kat Stewart broke into the national consciousness playing Roberta Williams in Season 1 of “Underbelly”. She also played the beloved Billie Proudman across 7 seasons of the hugely popular hit show Offspring; and is currently starring in Channel 10’s primetime drama “Five Bedrooms”. Angela Pulvirenti has created and hosted several engaging and distinctive interview formats - including The Truth About Us on Foxtel and ABC Radio; and At The Cellar - which aired on Channel Ten in late 2018. She is currently developing the exciting new entertainment/ factual series - RAISE YOUR GLASS.
21 Feb 2023
Tim Minchin takes comedy seriously
The Stage Show
Roald Dahl's beloved novel Matilda was brought to glorious life as a stage musical in 2010 and now it is on screen, once again buoyed by the clever, funny, moving songs by Tim Minchin.Also, we revisit our conversation with another talented West Australian: the writer and actor Kate Mulvany. Kate will soon star in the Melbourne Theatre Company production of Bernhardt/Hamlet.
6 Feb 2023
S4 EP8: Tim Minchin
Alan Carr's 'Life's a Beach'
Joining me to discuss his travel and holiday stories this episode is the brilliant comedian, actor, writer, musician, poet, composer, and songwriter - Tim Minchin Thanks, Alan. xxPlease subscribe and review.Sales, advertising, and general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
21 Nov 2022
Do you ever feel held back by shame or judgement? Not just from others but perhaps from yourself too? Do you default to self-deprecation? In this chat with Fearne, comedian, musician, and producer Tim Minchin talks about how he’s learnt to let himself appreciate his own talents. They also chat about their own parenting choices, knowing full well that their children’s characters will be shaped by them, and the importance of a diagnosis for neurodivergence. Plus, Tim has some interesting thoughts about why we shouldn’t necessarily be seeking happiness. Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical, which Tim wrote the original music and lyrics for, is in UK cinemas on the 25th of November. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21 Nov 2022
TIM MINCHIN UNPACKS UPRIGHT SERIES 2
Today on the podcast I have the Australian icon 'Tim Minchin.' Who is joining me to discuss series 2 of his brilliant TV series 'Upright' - which drops on the 15th of November on 'Binge' and 'Foxtel.' The scripted drama follows our two beloved misfits played by 'Tim' and 'Milly Alcock.' Following on from the first series which saw them both thrown together by chance in the middle of the Australian desert, they re-team to track down 'Meg’s' Mum in 'Far North Queensland' and let me tell you chaos resurfaces. 'Upright' is a blend of humour and drama - which is executed beautifully. It is crafted by some of 'Australia’s' best scripted drama creatives. The first series won awards and I am sure this second series will do the same. We will talk about Tim’s creative process, whether he asked 'Milly Alcock' about her time filming 'House of the Dragon' and we will unpack the highs and lows of fame - which 'Tim' knows very well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10 Nov 2022
He Wasn't Great (ft. Kitty Flanagan & Tim Minchin)
The Chrissie Swan Show
Kitty Flanagan defends (sort of) Sam's absence from series 2 of Fisk; Tim Minchin holds a grudge a bit too long; Jokes Aren't Funny was an absolute shocker; your houses are haunted; Browny takes a leaf from Kanye's book; and Sam wraps up the budget. A Nova PodcastPodcast Produced & Edited By Andy ZitoExecutive Producer: Jack CharlesSenior Producer: Brodie PummeroyAssistant Producer: Tom Casamento Senior Digital Producer: Andy ZitoAdditional Audio Production: Tim MountfordSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25 Oct 2022
Tim Minchin on the Art of Giving
2fold: Investing for impact
Tim Minchin AO, multi-award-winning musician, actor, writer and comedian speaks to Future Generation CEO, Caroline Gurney about the growing mental health crisis, woke culture, the importance of modelling behaviours for your children, and how and why giving needs to be built into capitalism.
9 Oct 2022
Tim Minchin is a hugely successful comedian, actor, writer, musician, poet, composer, and songwriter. In recent years he’s written all the music for the smash hit Matilda the Musical, which has now been made into a Netflix Movie starring the incredible Emma Thompson. But did you know aside from all his artistic ventures, Tim is also a runner? When he’s not pounding his fingers on the piano, he’s pounding his feet on the pavement which, as a creative, he finds incredibly meditative. Is there any better way to clear your head than going for a run? The answer dear RunPod listener is no. If you’re looking for a bit of cadence in your stride, and the dulcet tones of an Australian Legend you’re going to love this episode.You can now buy a RunPod t-shirt! Just go to: link.tree/runpod
16 Sep 2022
Spotlight on Principle of Charity with Tim Minchin
Principle of Charity
Why is it so important to understand other points of view? How do we escape our own bubbles of bias? And when should we stop listening and focus on winning? In this special episode, we shine a light on the ‘Principle of Charity’ itself. We look at what exactly it is and why it’s so important. We then go one layer deeper and ask when it might be problematic or unhelpful to use it. To do all of this, we have the fabulous Tim Minchin. Tim is a renowned musician, comedian, composer, actor and writer. He’s best known for his extraordinarily clever and memorable songs, as well as his work as composer and lyricist of two hit West End and Broadway musicals, Matilda and Groundhog Day, both of which won the Olivier Award for Best West End Musical and garnered Tony Award nominations. Tim is passionate about the need to have more respectful conversations and is an advocate for science and reason. He created the poem, book and animation Storm that brilliantly dramatises the philosophy of science. Most importantly, he came up with the name for our podcast. ~~ You can be part of the discussion @PofCharity on Twitter, @PrincipleofCharity on Facebook and @PrincipleofCharityPodcast on Instagram. Your hosts are Lloyd Vogelman and Emile Sherman. Find Lloyd @LloydVogelman on Linked in Find Emile @EmileSherman on Linked In and Twitter. This Podcast is Produced by Jonah Primo and Bronwen Reid Find Jonah @JonahPrimomusic on Instagram. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
28 Feb 2022
Tim Minchin Discussing Science, Culture, & Comedy
The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss
Tune in for an excellent conversation between Tim Minchin and Lawrence Krauss. They dive into a variety of interesting subjects, such as Tim Minchin's upbringing, his scientific interests, comedy, culture, the state of the world, and even a few of Tim Minchin's current projects that is he working on now. Get full access to Critical Mass at lawrencekrauss.substack.com/subscribe
18 Jan 2022