Film Friday Back On the Radio for the Autumn and Winter Season…

29 Sep

So for those of you who know my origins of film presenting, it started by working for a small but mighty internet radio station called Ridge Radio (www.ridgeradio.co.uk). The wonderful thing about this station is that they give me a dedicated two hour slot to talk to not only the local community of listeners but anyone listening worldwide about my one true passion…Film!

So every Friday I can be found at Ridge Radio HQ taking you through the highs and lows of the film industry from the UK to Hollywood and from the weird to the wonderful. Following a short break to Africa, I’m now back and tomorrow is my first show of the Autumn season, and what better way to kick off my Autumn/Winter shows with a look at the highly anticipated London Film Festival.

This week I’ll be kicking off the show with my usual Hollywood Hot Gossip – featuring news on The Lone Ranger, Paradise Lost (an epic poem – should really be a book!), The Shining and The BFG – yes as you can see, the studios are hotting up for book adaptations!

Following on from this I’ll be taking you through the ultimate film fan’s guide to the London Film Festival, then my top ten picks of what films to see – there’s so many to choose from!!

Moving into the second part of my show, as George Clooney has a couple of films coming out at this years festival and is (fingers crossed) attending it, I thought I’d take you back in time exactly ten years and visit one of his films featuring star studded cast of actors, Oceans Eleven (2001). This is my Retro Review and features ‘nine things you never knew…’ about this movie.

Finally, due to my fantastic partnership with the Everyman Cinema, those of you who have been on my blog before will have seen my written review of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and if you tune in you’ll hear me talking through it as well.

All this, some great music from the movies and its happening LIVE tomorrow 1-3pm (GMT) and you can tune in on http://www.ridgeradio.co.uk

Love Film, Be There.

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