Episode 308: Harry & Rupert Gregson-Williams On The Gilded Age
Our latest guests on soundtracking are not only composers, but also brothers, who between them have built up an extraordinary body of work for both film and television.
Indeed, it's on the small screen that Harry and Rupert Gregson-Williams have joined forces for only the second time, on Julian Fellowes' New York high society drama, The Gilded Age.
We'll talk about that and several of the other projects they've been involved with, including Catch-22 for George Clooney.
Episode 307: Actor Jack Lowden On His Relationship With Music
We have an actor for you this week, who we think is about to go stratospheric. Jack Lowden should be the next James Bond, in Edith's opinion, but in the meantime you can watch him in Dunkirk, England Is Mine, Fighting With My Family, Slow Horses, and, as of this week, Benediction.
He loves his music and also spins a great yarn - all of which makes for a very entertaining listen.
Episode 306: Lucy Bright, Matthew Herbert and Roland Joffé On Ennio Morricone
Something slightly different for you this week, as we reflect on a new documentary about the life of Ennio Morricone in the company of three admirers.
The film is called Ennio, and features contributions from the man himself and the likes of Quentin Tarantino, John Williams, Clint Eastwood and Hans Zimmer, as well as one of of my guests today - director of The Mission, Roland Joffé
Alongside Roland are composer, Matthew Herbert, and music supervisor, Lucy Bright, in what's a really fascinating discussion
Episode 305: Mark Mothersbaugh Discusses His Career
Our latest guest on soundtracking is a musician, artist, cultural icon and film, TV and video game composer - who's been plying his trade for 50-odd years.
Among Mark Mothersbaugh's many credits are Rugrats, Thor Ragnarok, Lego movies and several Wes Anderson films - though you'd be reading this for about half an hour if we were to list every single one of the projects he's been involved with.
Rest assure, we cover as much ground as we can!
Episode 304: Robert Eggers On The Music Of The Northman
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is a writer / director who made an extremely promising start to his career with acclaimed horrors The Witch and The Lighthouse - both of which Edith loves.
Robert Eggers has followed these up with The Northman, a visceral Viking epic based on the Scandinavian legend of Amleth. The film is scored by Robin Carolan and Sebastian Gainsborough, and you'll hear plenty of their work and more music sprinkled throughout the conversation.