'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Geoffrey Rush ('Genius')
The Oscar, Emmy and Tony winner reflects on defying the odds and finding fame after 40, jumping between art-house fare (including two best picture Oscar winners) and blockbusters (five 'Pirates' films) and starring in National Geographic's first scripted series.
April 25, 2017
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'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Neil deGrasse Tyson ('StarTalk')
America's favorite astrophysicist, who splits his time between running a planetarium and hosting a TV science talk show, shares how he learned to be media-savvy, what he makes of the anti-science Trump administration and why he remains optimistic about the future.
April 24, 2017
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'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Warren Littlefield ('The Handmaid's Tale')
The man who ran NBC (during the 'Must See TV' era of the 1990s) and then became one of TV's most successful producers (winning an Emmy for 'Fargo') discusses the secrets of programming a broadcast network, why his own shows go out via cable and streaming and what the future of TV will look like.
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'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Mandy Moore ('This Is Us')
The pop star-turned-Golden Globe-nominated actress reflects on her early music (she wishes she could refund everyone who bought it), personal and professional struggles that followed (she almost quit showbiz as recently as two years ago) and the "reboot" made possible by the success of her top-rated broadcast series.
April 13, 2017
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'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Peter Bogdanovich (Film Legend)
Best known for 'The Last Picture Show' and 'Paper Moon,' one of the 'New Hollywood' filmmakers at the vanguard of '70s cinema discusses rubbing shoulders with legends, the murder of his actress-girlfriend and why TV is now better than movies.
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Emmys: Ryan Murphy on the Role the Oscars Play Throughout 'Feud' (Q&A)
The Emmy winner discusses the roots of his fascination with the Oscars; how he wound up writing to Bette Davis when he was 10 and interviewing her at 21; and the great effort and expense to which he and his backers went to re-create a 54-year-old Oscar night.