Soundings: Arts & Culture pod (@soundingspod)
By @SoundingsPod with Dylan Haskins & Lisa Hannigan
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Soundings is a new culture podcast hosted by Dylan Haskins & Lisa Hannigan covering literature, film, exhibitions, architecture & music. Tweet us @soundingspod
||ExplicitSoundings 11: Wes Anderson, John Cleese, Ghost Stories, St Vincent & The Gloaming||In this bumper episode, Dylan and Lisa watch John Cleese's online tutorial on creativity, see the new Wes Anderson movie The Grand Budapest, watch The ...||27 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 10: Cave Outing - The Desensitization of Lisa Hannigan||Dylan and Lisa take a day trip deep down into Chislehurst Caves. Not for fainthearted (ie Lisa)||19 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 9: A double dose of Profumo plus Richard Curtis & The Gloaming||In this episode, Dylan and Lisa see the new Lloyd Webber musical Stephen Ward, based on the Profumo affair - and get a bit of ...||14 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 8: Inside Llewyn Davis, Sam Mendes’ King Lear & Donal Ryan||Dylan and Lisa return with a trip to The National to see Sam Mendes' King Lear, plus they read Donal Ryan's The Thing About December ...||28 1 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 7: Malcolm Gladwell, Gravity, Art v Science & The Big Lebowski||Dylan and Lisa see Gravity in 3D, read Malcolm Gladwell's new book David and Goliath, watch an online debate on Art vs Science - and ...||16 12 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 6: Dermot O’Leary’s Cultural Shopping Guide||No it isn't the name of a Prog Rock band, Dermot really did swing by to talk about his favourite things - including Black Fish, ...||11 12 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 5: HARRY SHEARER! (Spinal Tap/The Simpsons)||Harry Shearer and Judith Owen joins Dylan and Lisa to chat and play live||24 11 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 4: Philomena, Punch Drunk & Pop Art. Plus Spinal Tap||Dylan and Lisa compare Philomena - the book and the film, visit The Barbican's Pop Art exhibition and get lost inside Punchdrunk's The Drowned Man. ...||20 11 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 3: Brian Eno, The Selfish Giant, The Story of Modern Pop & Ghostbusters 2||Brian Eno's online lecture, Clio Barnard's latest film The Selfish Giant and Bob Stanley's 700 page behemoth Yeah Yeah Yeah - The Story of Modern ...||3 11 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 2.5 - Prequel to Ep. 3||Dylan Lisa give you a heads up on what they are reviewing in the next Soundings Pod so you can keep up/share your thoughts/see ...||30 10 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 2: Colm Toibin, RIBA Forgotten Spaces & The National: Mistaken For Strangers||Mistaken For Strangers, a new documentary about the rock band The National, Colm Toibin's Booker shortlisted novel The Testament of Mary, and RIBA's Forgotten Spaces ...||17 10 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundings 1: Blue is the Warmest Colour, Paul Muldoon’s rock lyrics & Subcultures Exhibition||Palme D'Or winner "Blue Is The Warmest Colour", Paul Muldoon's book of rock lyrics 'The Word On The Street' "A Journey Through London's Sub-Cultures ...||10 10 13||Free||View In iTunes|
Always fun, interesting and informative.
I have been on the search for a companion podcast to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode's film review show for ages now (it's only good for one daily commute a week), and finally, purely by accident, I've discovered one. Dylan and Lisa's gentle ramblings and reviews are very entertaining, much fun, intelligent and also inspiringly helpful to make me want to go and do / listen to / see stuff (I've lived a mere mile from Chislehurst Caves for eight years and yet never been; after accompanying them on episode 10, I'd very much like to go there and meet Paul myself). Currently rationing the earlier Podcasts as don't want to consume them too quickly (it's been several weeks since one was added; hopefully more will be made in the future), but after a tough day at work, hearing their very lovely voices is an aural equivalent of a nice hot chocolate and fluffy slippers, albeit with insightful reviews and humour. The man does need to see Moonrise Kingdom though.