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The Wild World of Batwomen - Part Two

10/30/2019
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Bat Amazons! Part two of a Halloween, Batwoman special, Shruti Narayanswamy: www.twitter.com/mahalmovies/ & Tim Concannon: www.twitter.com/timcwrites talk some more about all-girl garage bands, Indian and Mexican women super heroes, and Sixties Batwoman ripoffs. 'The Wild World of Batwoman' archive.org/details/TheWildWorldOfBatwomanVose 'La Mujer Murcielago' (The Mexican Batwoman) archive.org/details/LaMujerMurcielago More on the Beekeepers website......

Duration:01:59:59

The Wild World of Batwomen - Part One

10/6/2019
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Bat Amazons! Part one of a Batwoman special, Shruti Narayanswamy & Tim Concannon talk all-girl garage bands, Indian and Mexican women super heroes, and Sixties Batwoman ripoffs. 'The Wild World of Batwoman' https://archive.org/details/TheWildWorldOfBatwomanVose 'La Mujer Murcielago' (The Mexican Batwoman) https://archive.org/details/LaMujerMurcielago More on the missing Indian film about female master criminal 'The Wildcat of Bombay' (including rare stills from the song booklet)...

Duration:01:17:59

Music For Streets Special

9/1/2019
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A special pro-rogue edition of Music for Films, the underground film podcast, kept in reserve for times of national emergency. Roz and Tim showcase their field recordings of London streets and locations, from some of the holy places of cinema and pop culture: Bowie's birthplace in Stockwell, Roz's memories of serial killer Dennis Nilson, and Angela Carter's favourite cinema, the Grenada in Tooting.

Duration:00:39:22

More Music for Films - Caledonian Road - The War Game, with Andrew Smith

8/1/2018
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1 hour 43 min podcast version. Not safe for work. Contains some swearing and adult themes. Interesting people talk about the music, films and music for films which have shaped their lives. Roz Kaveney, Tim Concannon and their guest Andrew Smith wander down busy Caledonian Road in North London, to Housmans peace bookshop near to Kings Cross station. They discuss two linked technologies produced by the atomic age, computers and nuclear arms, and the ways that the peace movement and radicalism...

Duration:01:43:00

Music for Films, Box Set - How To Lose Friends & Alienate People - Part Two

2/3/2018
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Tim Concannon and Shruti Narayanswamy discuss the 2008 film 'How to Lose Friends & Alienate People' in light of Toby Young's appointment to - and resignation before taking up his post at - the Office for Students. NSFW (some swearing and adult themes).

Duration:01:11:36

Music for Films, Box Set - How To Lose Friends & Alienate People - Part One

1/21/2018
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Tim Concannon and Shruti Narayanswamy discuss the 2008 film 'How to Lose Friends & Alienate People' in light of Toby Young's appointment to - and resignation before taking up his post at - the Office for Students, and in light of the crisis of male power in the entertainment industry and in culture generally following the Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey scandals. NSFW (some swearing and adult themes).

Duration:00:59:33

More Music for Films - For Future Viewing - Saving the Cinema Museum

11/29/2017
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Not safe for work (it's got some profanity in). Roz Kaveney and Tim Concannon revisit the Cinema Museum in Kennington and interview broadcaster Neil Brand about the need to save the building from developers. There's a preview of a show for 2018 talking to Peter Howden, the programmer of the Electric Cinema Club in Notting Hill, arguably the most influential counter cultural film theatre in Sixties London. Roz and Tim also revisit a 2016 stroll from the Cinema Museum to one of Chaplin's...

Duration:02:10:23

More Music for Films - Kennington - The Immigrant

7/8/2017
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2 hour version, first broadcast 5pm, 19th December 2016 on Resonance FM in London. Not safe for work. Every month, interesting people talk about the music, films and music for films which have shaped their lives. 2016 Christmas special. Tim Concannon and Roz Kaveney visit the Cinema Museum in Oval, South London - the former Lambeth workhouse, where Charles Chaplin spent Christmas one year as a small boy - and one of his homes in Kennington, where Chaplin grew up. Recorded in September as...

Duration:02:03:46

More Music For Films - Sloan Square - The Rocky Horror Picture Show

7/4/2017
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2 and a half hour version, first broadcast 6am, 22nd October 2016 on Resonance FM in London. Not safe for work. Every month, interesting people talk about the music, films and music for films which have shaped their lives. Tim and Roz Kaveney are joined by DJ and film scholar Lexi Turner at Sloane Square, where the original production of the Rocky Horror Show was staged at the Royal Court's Theatre Upstairs to 63 people in June 1973. A remake, starring Laverne Cox from 'Orange Is The New...

Duration:02:27:16

More Music for Films - Dalston Junction - Remake, Remix, Rip-off, with Cem Kaya

12/13/2016
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2 hour podcast version, first broadcast 5pm, 20th March 2017 on Resonance FM in London. NSFW (some swearing, explicit discussions about exploitation films). Every month, interesting people talk about the music, films and music for films which have shaped their lives. Tim Concannon, Roz Kaveney and film-maker Cem Kaya visit Umit and Son. We explore Umit Mesut's astonishing shop, a treasure house of every film format imaginable: from 8 and 16mm film, to rare Turkish VHS tapes. With Umit, we...

Duration:01:56:02

Even More Music for Films - Regent's Park - It Happened Here

11/4/2016
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15 minute bonus extra, which follows on from our interview with Pat Mills about 'It Happened Here': https://soundcloud.com/the_beekeepers/more-music-for-films-regents-park-it-happened-here-with-pat-mills Roz, Tim and Shruti discuss the primordial beginnings of gritty British comics, and the original dodgy Soho comic and SF book shop 'Dark They Were And Golden Eyed'. We also play 'Station to Station', the game connecting films on our Scala map of London underground cinema via cast and crew....

Duration:00:15:29

More Music for Films - Regent's Park - It Happened Here, with Pat Mills

11/3/2016
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1 hour, 53 minute version, first broadcast 6am, 24th September 2016 on Resonance FM in London. Every month, interesting people talk about the music, films and music for films which have shaped their lives. Tim Concannon, Roz Kaveney and Shruti Narayanswamy visit Chester Mews, Regent's Park, where a Nazi marching band from a parallel universe once walked past the door of Defence Minister John Profumo. Over eight years, directors Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollo made 'It Happened Here', a...

Duration:01:53:02

More Music for Films - Clapham Common - The Company of Wolves, with Rosemary Hill

10/11/2016
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2 hour version, first broadcast 8pm, 18th July 2016 on Resonance FM in London. Every month, interesting people talk about the music, films and music for films which have shaped their lives. Roz and Tim loiter on Clapham Common, near to the home of Angela Carter, the late novelist, poet and screen-writer with director Neil Jordan of 'The Company of Wolves'. (Which is at Clapham Common on our Scala map of London underground films). Our guest in the studio is Rosemary Hill, Augustus Pugin's...

Duration:01:59:57

More Music For Films - Finchley Central - Under Night Streets, with Alex Niven

10/5/2016
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2 hour version, first broadcast 8pm, 20th June 2016 on Resonance FM in London. The music, films and music for films which have shaped people’s lives. Roz and Tim visit the plaque to London Underground map designer Harry Beck at Finchley Central station, and discuss the British Transport film 'Under Night Streets' in light of Beck's imagining of London's underworlds. We discuss historical memory and the counter culture with Alex Niven, poet, academic and author of 'Folk Opposition'. More... *...

Duration:02:01:06

More Music For Films - Stockwell - The Man Who Fell To Earth

4/20/2016
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2 and a half hour version, first broadcast 8pm, 21st April 2016 on Resonance FM in London. Not safe for work. The music, films and music for films which have shaped people’s lives. To start the new series, Roz and Tim are joined by Andy Oppenheimer, Jane Moloney and Gabriel Balfe: faces of South London’s collective act of remembrance of David Bowie. On our three year mission to explore the subterranean sources of London’s culture we’ve created the Scala Underground Film Map, which imagines...

Duration:02:29:59