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It is so very exciting to watch Craig Roberts carve himself a an exciting career as a brilliant film maker. His latest movie, which he wrote and directed is stunning. Eternal Beauty tells the touching, yet humorous story of Jane, who suffers from Mental Health problems and is based on Craigs on aunt. He has worked with Michael Price once again to joyous results. It’s one of my films of the year and I would encourage you to go see it at the cinema immediately.

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I’ve always been a huge fan of The Biff, so it’s such a treat to have Simon from the band on this weeks Soundtracking. The band composed a score for Jamie Adams film a few years back, Balance Not Symmetry, but as you will quickly discover, Simon is a MASSSIVE soundtrack and score fan. What a treat to showcase his enthusiasm.

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I have been fortunate enough to interview Ewan McGregor many times over the years, every time has been a total JOY. Music has been a prominent feature in many of his roles, seeing him perform or the soundtracks having a huge role. He is back on his bike with fellow biker and long term friend Charlie Boorman in Long Way Up, which is available now on Apple TV.

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The variety of composing work undertaken by Harry Grenson-Williams is extraordinary. It’s quite clear that he cherishes what he does, not just in the music he makes but the relationships forged along the way, from his mentor Hans Zimmer to the regular work with the Scott brothers and everything on top. Harry is fantastic company and I hope you enjoy our chat.

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This weeks guest is someone I’ve been so excited about speaking to, for a very long time. Ludwig Göransson has composed some of my favourite music over the past few years and his work in film and tv has been extraordinary. The score for TENET is so intrinsically weaved into the the texture of the film, it almost breathes for it. What a lovely man Ludwig is and I hope this is the first of many episodes with him on Soundtracking.

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I had so much fun talking to Tim Roth for Soundtracking, an absolute treat to spend time with, I could have listened to his stories for hours. It was utterly captivating to hear him talk about music, how and where it has influenced his creativity.

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It would take me a very long time to list the work of Glen Ballard. You might not recognise the name, but you will have definitely heard his work, be that as a Songwriter, Producer or Composer. This year he celebrates 25 years since the release of Jagged Little Pill, the album he co-wrote and produced with Alanis Morissette. We can also luxuriate in his latest project The Eddy, a Jazz based drama which was created and composed by Glen, while being written by Jack Thorne and produced by Damien Chazelle. Hope you enjoy listening to the wonderful Glen Ballard

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This week we have the hugely talented and wonderfully enthusiastic Terence Blanchard, who not only is the go-to guy for Spike Lee but also a virtuoso Trumpeter. It was wonderful to get the chance to talk with Terence about how he started working with Spike and what he sees as the role of music in film.

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I would not have survived lockdown without Disney +. Fact! My kids and I have watched so much of the content, both entertaining and educational. One of the new films we were really excited about was Onward, written and directed by this weeks guest on the podcast, Dan Scanlon. Dan has a long history with Pixar, working his way up from story artists to Director. Onward is a very personal story and journey for him and we are thrilled to have him with us to share his vision.

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I am so excited to have the opportunity to celebrate the return to cinema with one of the first films to open the doors to theatres. A fantastic debut feature from award-winning Playwright and Theatre Director, Jessica Swale. Summerland is written and directed by Jess and is a beautiful film, in cinemas for 2 weeks, so go and see it and luxuriate in the stunning score by Volker Bertelmann.

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