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The Black and Red United podcast, covering D.C. United and soccer in the Washington, D.C. region.

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The Black and Red United podcast, covering D.C. United and soccer in the Washington, D.C. region.




130 - Interviews & Conversations From The Edinburgh Festivals (Week 2)

Lee Hutchison is joined for interviews and conversations with an incredible diverse range of talent and performers who have come to Edinburgh for the largest arts festival in the world. (00:01:39) Firstly, Lee speaks with Robert Picardo, Sylvester McCoy and John Bett to discuss their play, A Joke. (00:10:22) Heather Palmer and Sha Nazir talk about the graphic novel, We Shall Fight Until We Win....


129 - Lee And Dallas Go! To The Movies and see 'Old Man Picard'

Lee and Dallas look at the 20th movie in 10 years from Marvel Studios, Ant-Man and the Wasp, was it worth the wait due to the World Cup or an England in the semi-final style letdown? The duo also discuss the exciting news about the return of Jean-Luc Picard to the Star Trek franchise and review the movies they've watched in the past week including Please Stand By, Hotel Transylvania 3, Hotel Artemis and Teen Titans Go! To The Movies.


128 - Bethany Black, Matt Winning & Darren Harriott Interviews (Fringe 2018)

To launch our month of coverage from the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lee Hutchison is joined by 3 incredible comedians, Bethany Black (@BeffernieBlack), Matt Winning (@Mattywin85) and Darren Harriott (@DarrenHarriott). Introduction (00:00) Bethany Black (00:57) Matt Winning (13:40) Darren Harriott (28:39) To find out more and book tickets... Bethany Black: Unwinnable - Matt Winning: Climate Strange -...


127 - Cruise's Cavill-ier Attitude To Health & Safety

The scalpel and hammer of The Nerd Party, Dallas King and Lee Hutchison accept the mission to review 'Mission: Impossible Fallout'. The duo also review 'Apostasy' and Netflix original 'Extinction'


126 - Joseph Mallozzi Interview

Lee Hutchison is joined by Joseph Mallozzi, the writer and producer of Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate Universe and creator of Dark Matter. Joseph shares with Lee how he became a writer and his road to working on Stargate SG-1. The writing dynamic and creative process between him and his long term co-writing partner, Paul Mullie.Learning how to become show producers under the guidance of Robert C. Cooper and Brad Wright. The exciting challenges and experiences of writing for a...


125 - The Dark Knight - 10th Anniversary

On July 24th 2008, The Dark Knight arrived in UK cinemas and to celebrate this anniversary, Lee Hutchison and Dallas King discuss the legacy of Christopher Nolan's cinematic masterpiece. Our dynamic duo also review Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!


124 - The Caledonian Mafia (Top 5 Political Movies)

With more talk than an Aaron Sorkin script for 'The West Wing', Dallas King and Lee Hutchison pick their 5 favourite political films. From the Cuban missle crisis to high school elections, there's a lot of variety in these lists!


123 - Donkey Kong Kill Screen (Top 5 Sports Movies)

With the world gripped by World Cup fever, Lee Hutchison and Dallas King pick their favourite five sports movies. The duo also discuss Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado and Tag.


122 - Edinburgh Film Festival 2018 (Week Two)

Lee Hutchison and Dallas King discuss their second week at the Edinburgh Film Festival and share their expeirneces and highlights. The duo also review all the movies they watched during the second week of the festival. Dead In A Week: Or Your Money Back, Obey, The Most Assassinated Woman In The World, Flammable Children (Swinging Safari), Life After Flash, My Friend The Polish Girl, Unicorn Store, Baby Gravy, Almost Fashionable: A Film About Travis, Hearts Beat Loud, Piercing, What Walaa...


121 - 'Swimming With Men' Cast and Crew Interviews (EIFF 2018)

Lee Hutchison is joined by actor Thomas Turgoose and director Oliver Parker to discuss ‘Swimming With Men’ which closed the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival and we’ve got some bonus red carpet interviews with Rob Brydon, Rupert Graves and Daniel Mays. Rob Brydon plays Eric, an accountant whose life seems to be in order until in a moment of middle-aged madness he starts to think his wife, Heather , is having an affair and he moves out of their home. He finds solace of sorts at the...


120 - Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back) - Tom Edmunds & Freya Mover(EIFF 2018)

Lee Hutchison is joined by writer/director Tom Edmunds and actress, Freya Mavor to talk about the brilliant original British comedy movie, Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back) which had it’s world premiere this week at the Edinburgh Film Festival. the film has struck a chord with not just me but audiences and has earned a well earned spot on the best of the fest. After 27-year-old William fails at his ninth attempt at suicide, he decides to take up a genial 65-year-old hitman, Leslie, on his...


119 - 'The Butterfly Tree' Interview - Melissa George (EIFF 2018)

Our weekend of coverage continues with an interview with Australian actress, Melissa George who speaks with me about her return to down under to play Evelyn in ‘The Butterfly Tree’ When burlesque-performer-turned-florist Evelyn arrives in an Australian town, she beguiles 13-year-old Fin and his teacher father, Al. Father and son are struggling to cope with the loss of Fin’s mother and quick to warm to Evelyn’s charms. Writer/director Priscilla Cameron’s film is rich with atmosphere and...


118 - 'Almost Fashionable:A Film About Travis' Interview - Fran Healy(EIFF 2018)

We enter the final weekend of our Edinburgh Film Festival coverage and we've got a bumper weekend of interviews and coverage to come. Lee Hutchison is joined by Travis frontman, Fran Healy who has brought his documentary, 'Almost Fashionable: A Film About Travis' to the festival for it's world premiere. 'Almost Fashionable' follows music journalist Wyndham Wallace who has always been clear that he is not a big fan of Scottish band Travis. When lead singer Fran Healy invites Wallace to join...


117 - 'Hearts Beat Loud' Interview - Brett Haley (EIFF 2018)

Our twelth day of podcast interviews and coverage from the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival continues! Hearts Beat Loud received it’s UK premiere last night and i’m joined by it’s director and co-wirter Brett Haley to talk about the making of this feel good movie. Hearts Beat Loud features Nick Offerman as a young-at-heart father about to sell his Brooklyn record shop just as his daughter (Kiersey Clemons) is heading to college in California to study medicine. The pair make great...


116 - 'My Friend The Polish Girl' - Cast and Crew Interviews (EIFF 2018)

Our eleventh day of podcast interviews and coverage from the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival continues. Today, we’re lucky to bring you interviews with the cast and crew of the fantastic british feature, 'My Friend The Polish Girl' with co-writers and directors, Ewa Banaszkiewicz and Mateusz Dymek and actors Emma Friedman-Cohen and Aneta Piotrowska 'My Friend The Polish Girl' follows Katie (Emma Friedman-Cohen), a young American documentarian, casts a Polish woman in her film...


115 - 'Obey' Interviews - Jamie Jones & Sophie Kennedy Clark (EIFF 2018)

Our eleventh day of podcast interviews and coverage from the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival continues... Up first today is our interview with actress Sophie Kennedy Clark and writer/director, Jamie Jones who join me to discuss obey, one of my highlights of the film festival. Obey is about Leon, a nineteen year old boy with an alcoholic mother who has grown up in and out of care. Finally free from adult supervision, Leon begins to rail against the injustice of his reality as his...


114 - 'In Darkness' Interviews - Anthony Byrne & Natalie Dormer (EIFF 2018)

Welcome to the second podcast that’s dropping on day 10 of our coverage of the Edinburgh Film Festival. I’m joined by Anthony Bynre, the co-writer and director of a new thriller, called 'In Darkness'. Anthony Byrne co-wrote this script with his partner and lead actor, Natalie Dormer. Lee's first joined by Anthony and then we have some red carpet interviews with Natalie Dormer and again by Anthony. 'In Darkness' sees Dormer plays Sofia, a blind musician drawn into London’s criminal underbelly...


113 - Joe Dante Interview (EIFF 2018)

Welcome to day 10 of our Edinburgh Film Festival coverage and we've got a huge interview today. Lee Hutchison is joined by the legenedary director, Joe (Gremlins, The Howling, Piranha, Small Soldiers) Dante to discuss his incredible career and share his advice and insight after decades in the industry.


112 - 'Calibre' Interview - Matt Palmer (EIFF 2018)

Our second week at the Edinburgh International Film Festival continues with with 'Calbire' writer/director, Matt Palmer returning for an extended interview. Be sure to check out our bumper episode last week about 'Calibre' which also featured Matt and actors Kate Bracken, Martin McCan and Tony Curran. Calibre is about two lifelong friends, (one of them played by former Filibuster guest Jack Lowden) who head up to an isolated Scottish Highlands village for a weekend hunting trip. Nothing...


111 - 'The Parting Glass' Roundtable - Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer & Denis O'Hare

Launching out second week of Edinburgh Film Festival coverage, we can share this roundtable interview we took part in with Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer and Denis O'Hare for 'The Parting Glass' The Parting Glass is a powerful, moving and beautifully structured drama about family, love and loss, and provides a perfect platform for a series of striking performances. Driven by a core team of True Blood alumni (director Stephen Moyer, star Anna Paquin, and writer and star Denis O’Hare), the film...