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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nora Ephron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nora Ephron, often where they are interviewed.

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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nora Ephron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nora Ephron, often where they are interviewed.

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13. I Feel Bad About My Neck, by Nora Ephron

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In  this episode, our hosts Daman Tiwana and Khyati Thakur share  their stories, their culture and their experiences with Nora Ephron's collection of personal essays: I Feel Bad About My Neck. Utterly courageous, wickedly funny, and unexpectedly moving in its truth telling, I Feel Bad About My Neck is a book of wisdom, advice, and laugh-out-loud moments, a scrumptious, irresistible treat.

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Aug 03 2020 · 24mins
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Nora Ephron Can't Keep A Secret - Ep. 22 - All The President's Men

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The first "walk and talk" political thriller is on the block, 1972's Nixon Drama Docu-pic, All The President's Men.

Welcome to Film Buffing up, the world's latest AFI watchcast where two casual film-goers, Jen and Mike, sit down and go through all of the American Film Institutes' 100 Films for 100 years and see where they stack in a new century. Every week we watch a new film in ascending order, discuss them and ultimately rank them on our own personal lists. Where will your favorites be placed? Listen and find out!

Jul 28 2020 · 45mins
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The NYPD Library Loves Nora Ephron

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In week ??? of quarantine, Nora and Whitney discuss very important feminism things.

Apr 17 2020 · 50mins
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Hive Mind: Nora Ephron

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In this episode of Hive Mind Eli, Meg and Rebbie discuss Nora Ephron.

Mar 31 2020 · 29mins
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99 - Everything is Copy: The Works of Nora Ephron

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When it comes to the romantic comedy, filmmaker Nora Ephron is one of the few people who has become synonymous with the genre. In honor of Valentine's Day, Brandon and Thomas dive into the career and films of writer/director Nora Ephron as they try to determine if she should be considered an auteur by audiences.  Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail: cinenationpodcast@gmail.com
Feb 13 2020 · 1hr 28mins
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#11: Creating Commercials, Nora Ephron & Forgetting Names with Hilary Smith

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On the 11th episode of BUMPER 2 BUMPER, Chris and Rick take commercial copywriter Hilary Smith for a cruise into a carwash where she chats about her time working for a top ad agency in Los Angeles, the influence of Nora Ephron on her work and having a Bumble relapse over a year ago.

You can follow Hilary Smith at www.thehilarysmith.com or on Instagram @thehilarysmith

Watch this episode on Youtube at https://youtu.be/ZYqEQVsSW_I

Opening / Closing music by Charlie Scovill.
Feb 10 2020 · 1hr 21mins
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Cats, Susan Hill's Ghost Story, Martin's Close, Nora Ephron's I Feel Bad About My Neck, Gypsy

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The much-anticipated film of Cats with its stellar and fur-enhanced cast including Judi Dench and Taylor Swift finally reaches the big screen. Catnip or catastrophe?

Spooky offerings in the Christmas TV schedule this year include Martin's Close by Mark Gatiss on BBC 4 and Susan Hill's Ghost Story on Channel 5. How shiver-inducing are they?

Nora Ephron's collection of essays on ageing and much else - I Feel Bad About My Neck - is being reissued with a new introduction by Dolly Alderton. It's a book that Alderton recommends giving as a present so Saturday Review suggests some other enduring literary choices that work as gifts.

And Gypsy starring Ria Jones is on at the Royal Exchange, Manchester in a new production directed by Jo Davies. Do its songs keep our critics smiling in an age of different sexual politics?

Rowan Pelling, Linda Grant and Kerry Shale join Tom Sutcliffe.

The books recommended as gifts are:
The Book of Jewish Food by Claudia Roden
Karoo by Steve Tesich
The Prince of West End Avenue by Alan Isler
Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote
Love Lessons by Joan Wyndham
The Haunting of Hill House and We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
This is Pleasure by Mary Gaitskill
Haunts of the Black Masseur by Charles Sprawson
The Compleet Molesworth by Geoffrey Willans and Ronald Searle

This week's podcast choices are:
Linda: podcast and Radio 4 programme Fake Heiress
Kerry: album If You're Going to the City, a tribute to Mose Allison
Rowan: TV series The Young Offenders, BBC3
Tom: TV series Watchmen, HBO
Dec 21 2019 · 49mins
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15. Nora Ephron with Abigail Pogrebin

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This week on 76West, we bring you a conversation from 2011 between the late Nora Ephron and Abigail Pogrebin. Ephron was, as the NY Times put it in its 2012 obituary, “a journalist, a blogger, an essayist, a novelist, a playwright, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter and a movie director — a rarity in a film industry whose directorial ranks were and continue to be dominated by men.” Her screenplays include Silkwood, Heartburn, and When Harry Met Sally. Her directorial successes include Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail, and Julie & Julia. The conversation was recorded before a live audience on February 16, 2011.
Oct 31 2019 · 59mins
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Autumn Special Subject: Nora Ephron - When Harry Met Sally (1989) & You’ve Got Mail (1998)/The Shop Around the Corner (1940)

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“Autumn is the most bourgeois month,” as Keats said. Elise and Dave prove this is so by exploring Nora Ephron's two autumnal Upper West Side romantic comedies, WHEN HARRY MET (1989) and YOU'VE GOT MAIL (1998), a remake of Ernst Lubitsch's THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER. Elise passes judgment on the two latter movies on the basis of her extensive experience of working in retail and intimate knowledge of the Bookstore Wars of the turn of the millennium. Dave defends Bernie Bros.

Time Codes:

0h 1m 00s:       Topic Intro & When Harry Met Sally (dir. Rob Reiner) 

0h 32m 05s:     You’ve Got Mail (dir. Nora Ephron) & The Shop Around the Corner (dir.                              Ernst Lubitsch)         

1h 45m 45s:     TIFF Autumn Schedule unboxing

1h 59m 51s:     Listener Mail with Todd Murry

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* Find Elise’s latest published film piece – “Elaine May’s Male Gaze” – in the Elaine May issue of Bright Wall/Dark Room*

*And Read Elise’s Writing at Bright Wall/Dark RoomCléo, and Bright Lights.*

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Oct 04 2019 · 2hr 10mins
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Episode 3 - Children's Sci-fi, Nora Ephron's Love Life and Edgar Allan Poe

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Welcome to another episode of the Alternative Book Club podcast!

The unconventional book club that has absolutely no required reading. 

In this episode, Shirley is joined by writer Sam Kay who tells us everything that's wrong with children's sci-fi, comedian Lisa Whittard who may or may not have read Heartburn by Nora Ephron & theatre practitioner Andrew Bate who is discussing whether Edgar Allan Poe is guilty of fridging. 

Aug 13 2019 · 55mins
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