Special Episode 4: Tom Palmer — War, What Is It Good For?
The Curious Task
In Special Episode 2's celebration of 100 episodes, Curious Task producer Sabine El-Chidiac pointed to Episode 67 with Tom Palmer as one of her favourites, so we're re-releasing it! In this episode, Tom Palmer talks about the institutions and conditions that cause peace and war, and why the concept of war might be closer to home than some might think. If you haven't had a chance to listen to it before, we hope you find it interesting. If you have, enjoy its re-release!
Tom Palmer, Jr joins us to reveal how he began writing Palmer's Picks for Wizard in high school and taught readers about the world beyond the capes, eventually graduating to being Editor of ToyFare. Plus learn which infamous office pranks Tom contributed to and read his 6 year run on the column at palmerspicks.com!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Friendly Neighborhood Libertarian Episode 3: Tom Palmer
Friendly Neighborhood Libertarian
Isadore talks to Tom Palmer, Vice President for International Programs at the Atlas Network about his life of liberty-themed activism. They discuss how Tom originally got involved in the liberty movement, different types of libertarians, and traveling the world.
Episode 10: Big Kids Book Club - Author Interviews: Tom Palmer
The Big Kids Book Club Podcast
Hey hey hey! Welcome back to this week's episode of the Big Kids Book Club. In this episode, Tom Palmer, author of over 30+ books including Roy of the Rovers, Football Academy, and many historical fiction novels, joins us in the clubhouse to talk about his journey as a children's author. Tom and I talk about finding ways to read growing up, learning to write stories with confidence, and running school visits online in the current covid climate. Tom was an amazing guest and we are super grateful he was able to join us on the show. Enjoy! ***COMPETITION*** If you want to be in with a chance of winning a signed copy of Tom's latest novel, After the War, then head over to Twitter and follow @BigKidsBookClub. Send us a tweet using the hashtag #AftertheWarComp and tell us your peaceful place. It could be a specific or general place. (UK residents only) The competition closes midnight on 13th November.
Tom Palmer talks about the real-life story of a group of Jewish boys that were given refuge in the village of Ambleside in the Lake District, following their liberation from Auschwitz at the end of the Second World War. Tom tells Nikki Gamble about the people who helped him piece together the facts that enabled him to tell this important story about recovery and compassion with sensitivity and authenticity.
Actor, writer and producer Tom Palmer (EastEnders, Live at the Electric, Totally Tom) talks to Dark Unicorn Artistic Director Paddy Cooper about his life, career, his forthcoming feature film and how to get your shot-list right before approaching soap royalty.To find out about Access All Areas Theatre, which works with people with learning disabilities, and how you can support their work, please visit: http://www.accessallareastheatre.org/To find out about Bare Face Theatre, the AAA seed company which Tom has helped start, visit: https://ravanburn.com/bareface-collective-1Tom's short film "Man of the Hour", which won a Best Short Film award at Cannes, is viewable now on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Man-Hour-Charlotte-Ritchie/dp/B0886JHGWZTo keep up with information about his forthcoming feature film "All My Friends Hate Me", visit the Ravanburn Films website http://www.ravanburn.com.Follow Dark Unicorn Productions here and on all good podcast providers for the latest content, and also follow us on:Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DarkUnicornUKInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/darkunicorntheatreFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/darkunicorntheatreTo support the work of Dark Unicorn Productions, visit http://www.darkunicorn.org/support-usCREDITS:Written, Presented and Edited by Paddy CooperTitle Music: Curtis BatsonSpecial thanks to: The estate of James Lipton, BBC, Ravanburn Films, Totally Tom Films, The Arcola Theatre, Oliver King, Alastair Muir, Chloe Wicks.Executive Producer: Eleanor Stourton See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.