Music for Films
About This Show
“Maybe the world’s best film podcast” David Cairns, shadowplay blog.
'Music for Films' is a monthly podcast about the music, films and music for films which have shaped people’s lives.
On our three year mission to explore the subterranean sources of London’s culture we’ve created the Scala Underground Film Map, which imagines the Tube as a film festival programmed by the legendary cinema at Kings Cross.
The one hour radio version of 'Music for Films' is on Resonance 104.4 FM in London.
The BeeKeepers create unique events, design games, interpret history and make radio programmes. We’re interested in connecting the past, the present and the future, and in people choosing their own adventures.
Most Recent Episode
More Music for Films - For Future Viewing - Saving the Cinema Museum
Nov 29 17
Not safe for work (it's got some profanity in).
Roz Kaveney and Tim Concannon revisit the Cinema Museum in Kennington and interview broadcaster Neil Brand about the need to save the building from developers.
There's a preview of a show for 2018 talking to Peter Howden, the programmer of the Electric Cinema Club in Notting Hill, arguably the most influential counter cultural film theatre in Sixties London.
Roz and Tim also revisit a 2016 stroll from the Cinema Museum to one of Chaplin's childhood homes in Kennington, and a 2012 walk round a corner of Greenwich Village, New York and the magic space where revolutionaries in jazz, the rights of man, and the rights of the LGBT community worldwide, all cross paths.
Episodes of This Show
Dec 13 16