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The Silent London podcast: episode one

April 11, 2012
Josef von Sterberg's The Docks of New York

Josef von Sternberg's The Docks of New York

The coming of sound was always going to be a shock. But bear with me, dear readers, you’ll soon become accustomed to this new-fangled technology. Silent London has branched into the world of podcasting and and the first edition is ready for you to download and listen to now.

Listen now!

Episode one features Ewan Munro and Pete Baran chatting to me in the studio about Carl Theodor Dreyer’s silent films, the forthcoming British Silent Film Festival, their favourite recent DVD and Blu-Ray releases and a lot more. Sight and Sound contributing editor Mark Sinker also takes the time to tell us about his favourite silent movie, Nosferatu. You’ll information about pretty much everything we discuss on the podcast somewhere on this site, but you may also want to click here, to see the BFI YouTube channel. The music is by kind permission of Neil Brand, and the podcast is presented in association with SOAS radio.

If you want to get in touch with us about anything you hear on the podcast, email silentlondonpodcast@gmail.com, tweet @silent_london or leave a message on the Facebook page: facebook.com/silentlondon.

UPDATE: The Silent London Podcast is now available on iTunes. Click here for more details.

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. Ewan M permalink
    April 11, 2012 3:30 pm

    Wow that was quick, congrats! Now, do I dare even listen to hear if you’ve retained my ill-advised interjection trying to show off my (incorrect) cinematographer knowledge, or lack of ability of remember film plots…

  2. xyzzzz__ permalink
    April 15, 2012 9:13 pm

    I seem to remember ‘Nosferatu’ getting a screening on BBC2 a couple of years ago (w/Herzog’s ‘Nosferatu the Vampyre’). Recorded on VHS, around here somewhere I think but now the player does not work so that’s my excuse…

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