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Going behind the scenes to bring you showbiz interviews, TV recommendations and our thoughts on the latest movie releases - from both sides of the Atlantic. Join Katie, Claire and Stevie for a fun look at the world of entertainment. Got a message for us? Email backstage@sky.uk
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Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week Claire and Stevie are joined by Sky News Arts and Entertainment Editor Amy Hitchcock to remember the legend that was Amy Winehouse. Our Amy’s been chatting to the singer Amy's goddaughter Dionne Bromfield - who is also the subject of a new MTV documentary, 10 years on from the star’s death.We also talk about Ted Lasso and hear from the show’s stars as it returns for a second series.And we review Jolt - the film that seems to have come out of nowhere and gets mixed reviews from the team.Stay tuned and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
In 2021, Sky News is marking some of the century’s biggest news events through the personal stories of lives defined by unforgettable moments from the last 21-years.Episode 10 of the 21-part series is On Stage with Amy Winehouse.Three days before Amy Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning, she made her final stage appearance alongside her Goddaughter and musical protégée Dionne Bromfield.Now for the first time, Dionne reveals the ‘Aunty Amy’ only she knew.A decade since Winehouse’s death, she remains one of the UKs top selling artists.She also remains eclipsed by the media portrayal: The icon, the beehive hairstyle, the bright lights, paparazzi, and addiction that ultimately destroyed her.'On Stage with Amy Winehouse' explores the Amy Dionne remembers, why it’s taken 10-years to process her death, and how finding a ‘sister’ in Winehouse has come to define her.‘On Stage with Amy Winehouse' was produced by Rob Mulhern with Amy Hitchcock.Special thanks to Dionne BromfieldDigital by Tom GillespiePresented by Jayne SeckerSound Design, Rob MulhernTV treatment, Amy Hitchcock Head of Radio, Sky News, Dave TerrisDesign and graphics, Brian GillinghamSocial media, Chris ScottPress and Marketing, Alexandra HortonEmail: storycast@sky.ukFor more on this story log on to www.skynews/storycast21#StoryCast21
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Sky News Arts and Entertainment Editor Amy Hitchcock. In this episode, we hear from James Norton about his new film, Nowhere Special and those enduring Bond rumours.We also discuss the return of Baptiste and War of the Worlds and get stuck in a land of musicals with Shmigadoon! Stay tuned and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong, and Chris Robertson chat about Black Widow and there’s new property porn from Australia - we’ve been watching Luxe House Sydney. We also remember legendary director Richard Donner and wonder what it is like to be faced with tough life decisions after watching The Surrogate. Plus we talk about the new Monsters Inc spin-off series Monsters At Work.Stay tuned and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News with Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong, and Katie Spencer. This week, we have a brief chat about F9 - the latest in the Fast and Furious franchise. We review new sci-fi The Tomorrow War and hear from its star Chris Pratt.Fancy a new host? We might have a new recruit to the podcast as Stevie enlists Stephen Dorff to come work with us.There's a nostalgic-horrific trip down memory lane as we discuss the new Fear Street adaptations, and we enter into the world of Terry Pratchett as we chat about The Watch.Stay tuned and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Sky News Arts and Entertainment Editor Amy Hitchcock to chat about this week's film and TV news and gossip. We hear from Oscar-winner Thomas Vinterberg who tells how he feels about the Leonardo DiCaprio remake of Another Round.There’s reviews of two documentaries - Mary J Blige: My Life and Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s Shadow.And hot summer reality TV is here! We discuss Too Hot To Handle and Love Island.Stay tuned and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Chris Robertson from the Sky News entertainment team. We discuss In The Heights, the new Lin Manuel Miranda musical, and hear from him and some of the stars.We also talk to Rose Byrne about her new show Physical on Apple TV Plus.And we chat about the gorgeous animation Luca on Disney Plus and the sobering Covid drama Together on BBC Two.Stay tuned and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week, Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Sky News Correspondent Katie Spencer.Find out why everyone’s always shouting at Jeremy Clarkson as we chat to him ahead of his new show which sees him try his hand at farming.The trio also talk about the hot new series from Disney Plus: Loki, Part 2 of Lupin on Netflix and new genre-blending show Blindspotting on Starzplay. Stay tuned and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Sky News Arts and Entertainment Editor Amy Hitchcock. Together, they discuss the TV BAFTAs and revisit Mare of Easttown now the series has come to an end.We hear from Julianne Moore and J.J Abrams about their latest venture – the Stephen King adaptation of Lisey’s Story.They also talk about the latest show based on a comic book - Sweet Tooth, prison drama Time and the new season of David Schwimmer's comedy 'Intelligence'.Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week, Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Sky News Arts and Entertainment correspondent Lucy Cotter.We review Cruella, new YA show Panic and documentary Liverpool Narcos. There’s a chat with Cynthia Erivo about playing her hero, plus we take a look at the spine-chilling new Conjuring film and Stevie has a haunted story of his own to share.Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk - we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong and Katie Spencer get into two VERY different parenting shows - Breeders and Trying, and have a quick chat with Rafe Spall about parenting today.We also check out the new drama from Britbox - The Beast Must Die, and Stevie Wong speaks to Chris Rock about what it took to get Samuel L. Jackson involved in his latest project, Spiral.Plus we tease the new Zac Snyder zombie movie The Army of the Dead.Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage - the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Sky News arts and entertainment editor Amy Hitchcock, and we have a jampacked show kicking off with a discussion about the BRIT Awards, as Claire and Amy have been to their first in-person live event this year.We also talk about the new series from Barry Jenkins: The Underground Railroad, and have a chat with him about an inside scoop that sets the series off beautifully.Then we get into the new Victorian-era show The Nevers and wonder if Angelina Jolie is quite right for her new action film, Those Who Wish Me Dead. Not one to miss! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week, Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong, are joined by Sky News Arts and Entertainment Correspondent Lucy Cotter.The team dissect that Line of Duty series finale and discuss the new drama that’s replacing it on Sunday nights on BBC One, The Pursuit of Love. Plus they lose their breath with new Netflix film Oxygen. Not one to miss! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
Welcome to another week on Backstage - the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week hosts Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong, and Katie Spencer have a full post-Oscars debrief, and discuss the carb-fest that was Katie’s Oscars viewing party menu – Mank-aroni cheese anyone?We chat about Intergalactic - Sky One’s new sci-fi, and talk about the new drama from the Theroux family on Apple TV Plus, Mosquito Coast.Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week, Claire and Stevie are joined by Chris Robertson from the Sky News entertainment team.On today's agenda: We’ll tell you everything you need to know ahead of the Oscars – and give our predictions for some of the most exciting categories.We also talk about Kate Winslet’s return to TV, and her experience as a producer on Sky Atlantic’s Mare of Easttown, plus you can hear from the star herself.We review Netflix's Shadow and Bone, and Rose Matafeo's BBC comedy Starstruck.And do you believe in life after love? Stay tuned to see why we... might?Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.Today Stevie Wong and Claire Gregory are joined by Sky News arts and entertainment editor Amy Hitchcock.This week is a big BAFTA episode with a look at what’s in the running and thoughts on who might win.The trio discus Riz Ahmed's critically acclaimed film, The Sound of Metal, as well as Carey Mulligan's Promising Young Woman.There’s a review of new ITV psychological thriller Too Close and Claire, naturally, shudders to think as Stevie gushes about Lena Waithe's new horror series Them on Amazon Prime Video.Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.This week, Claire and Stevie are joined by Katie Spencer to discuss a couple of the films attracting awards buzz this year.First up we have yet another update on what the Oscars will look like.We talk about the beautiful drama Minari and hear from The Mauritanian star Tahar Rahim. There's a New Zealand parody comedy called Wellington Paranormal to discuss and we welcome back Godzilla and King Kong as the unlikely pair look like having a box office hit with their latest adventure.Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
Welcome to Backstage! This is the film and TV podcast from Sky News and this week Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Amy Hitchcock - Sky News' Arts and Entertainment Editor to discuss what's going on in the world of showbusiness.There’s a discussion about changes to Disney’s release schedule, the very interesting letter to nominees regarding the Oscars and Orlando Bloom's baffling daily routine.We review the new Sherlock themed Netflix series The Irregulars and Stevie’s been chatting to the team behind The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.Plus Amy has a little quiz for us to keep us on our toes.Enjoy! Please do subscribe if you like what you hear and do get in touch using backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
This week on Backstage - the film and TV podcast from Sky News - Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by Katie Spencer who’s been mourning the loss of Glastonbury this year by creating her own Pyramid stage.As awards season rumbles on we discuss the Grammys and the Oscar nominations, then take a look at what’s on at this year’s BFI Flare LGBTI festival and SXSW – where Demi Lovato’s new documentary has just premiered.There’s a spoiler-free review of the first episode of the new series of Line of Duty, we discuss new Netflix offering Sky Rojo and a strange new show on Apple TV Plus: Calls.Stevie has watched all four hours of Zac Snyder’s Justice League but was it worth it? And we talk about killer jeans with the release of a new film in the classic ‘inanimate object that comes to life and kills people’ genre.Enjoy! Please do subscribe if you like what you hear and do get in touch using backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
This week on Backstage - the film and TV podcast from Sky News - Claire Gregory and Stevie Wong are joined by arts and entertainment reporter Bethany Minelle.On today's show we talk BAFTA nominations and look at what we can expect from the Grammys.We also hear from Jennifer Garner about her passion project 'Yes Day' – the new Netflix film about parents who can’t say no for 24 hours.Plus there are reviews of ITV’s new detective drama Grace, Netflix’s sci-fi with a great concept The One, and the new super-smart Dutch thriller 'The Columnist'. Enjoy! Please do subscribe if you like what you hear and do get in touch using backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!
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