The Silent London Podcast: Toute la mémoire du monde 2017 part two

It’s the Silent Paris Podcast! I am at the Toute la mémoire du monde festival of restored cinema all weekend and podcasting my reports from the screenings. Today, I am talking about a day spent watching musicals and what they taught me about jazz, CinemaScope and silent comedy.

Please do enjoy this podcast, even though it seems to veer away from silent territory – there is a connection, I promise.

The Silent London Podcast: Toute la mémoire du monde 2017 part two

The Silent London Podcast is available on iTunes. Click here for more details and to subscribe – if you like what you hear, please leave a rating or review too. The intro music is by kind permission of Neil Brand, and the podcast is presented in association with SOAS radio.

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers [ MGM / THE KOBAL COLLECTION ]
Just one note: when I say June Powell, I mean Jane Powell of course. It was very late, and I am very sorry …

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2 thoughts on “The Silent London Podcast: Toute la mémoire du monde 2017 part two”

  1. Jealous of your musical day… Particularly with Seven Brides (agree the songs aren’t best, and foghorn Keel never helps) but Hoedown and the whole barn raising is seven minutes of perfection.

    Good podcast!

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