The official “No Time to Die” podcast is uploaded (Podcast news recap)


In today’s podcast news summary, the official “No Time to Die” podcast featuring Daniel Craig and other debuts; Spotify Launches Incubator Program for Latino Podcast Creators; Meghan Trainor Releases New Maternity and Mental Health Podcast Series; Chance the Rapper Explains Why “Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong”; and more.


The first two episodes of “No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast” are now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and other podcast platforms. Each episode of the six-part series focuses on a different side of the James Bond universe, from characters to locations and music to action. Hosted by James King, the podcast features exclusive interviews with Daniel craig – who discusses securing 007’s iconic role and her latest outing as the world’s favorite secret agent – as well as fellow cast members Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright and Naomie Harris; director Cary Joji Fukunaga; producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli; and Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, who originated the title theme of the film. Also featured on “No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast” will be a key team behind the scenes, including longtime franchise casting director Debbie McWilliams and special effects supervisor Chris Corbould. Listeners will also get an exclusive first hearing of part of Hans Zimmer’s “No Time To Die” score from Decca Records. The podcast is produced by Somethin ‘Else in association with MGM Studios, Universal Pictures International, United Artists Releasing and EON Productions. “No Time to Die” is set to hit theaters on October 8th.

fandango Rotten tomatoes Celebrates First Anniversary Of “Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong” Podcast With Special Guest Chance the rapper. After years of the artist criticizing Rotten Tomatoes’ scores on Tomatometer that rubbed it badly, Chance the Rapper speaks with the Rotten Tomatoes editors themselves in the September 9 episode of “Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong “. The rapper talks with Mark Ellis about his love for Andy Samberg and Hot Rod, his loathing for Bulworth, tells behind-the-scenes stories of his time on “Saturday Night Live” and shares his controversial take on the “The Godfather” movies. In addition, he goes behind the scenes of his new documentary concert film “Chance the Rapper’s Magnificent Coloring World”.

Meghan trainor announced her new podcast, “Workin ‘On It,” which she will co-host alongside her brother and best friend, Ryan Trainor. The podcast will premiere on September 15. The duo will tackle a new topic each week, share their stories, and bring listeners into the conversation. Co-produced by Cloud10 Media and iHeartMedia, the duo will cover topics such as becoming a new mom, navigating Hollywood, mental health and everything in between. “Workin ‘On It,” distributed by the iHeartPodcast network, will be available on all major podcast streaming platforms. Listen to the trailer on this link.

Three strange four productions, in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment, Thursday, September 9, created “The Just Enough Family,” a podcast hosted by New Yorker writer and bestselling author Ariel Levy. The eight-part series tells the true story of the Steinberg family – who once considered themselves “the Jewish Kennedys” – through the memories of successful fashion designer and pioneer retail brand Liz Lange and other family members, who talk about the record for the first time of the amazing rise and fall of the clan. The first two episodes are available now with new episodes released every Thursday on major podcast platforms.

Preet Bharara’s Café Studios, which is part of Vox Media, presented Wednesday September 8 “Up Against the Mob”. Hosted by CNN legal analyst Elie Honig, the series promises to raise the curtain on the real-life stories of the world’s most dangerous criminal organizations, with “unprecedented” access to the people who lived them. The show’s first season will focus on the Italian Mafia, telling the true stories of the characters who made up this world, including gangsters turned cooperators, undercover cops and agents, defense attorneys, prosecutors, experts. , journalists and more. Honig spent 14 years as a federal and state prosecutor in New York and New Jersey, eliminating over 100 gangsters. Listen to the trailer on this link.

“It was said: sport” a new documentary podcast franchise from Cadence13 C13Originals and Jon meachamShining City Audio Podcast Studio premiered Wednesday, September 8. Reported by a former NBA star Doc Rivers, the six-part series features some of the most important and inspiring sports speeches in history, including those of Muhammad Ali, Billie Jean King and Hank Aaron. Rivers, Meacham and an array of guests – including Michael Strahan, Urban Meyer, and Al Michaels – will provide first-hand insight, perspective and analysis into the origins of each speech, the speaker, the backdrop to when they were spoken and why they are still relevant. today. “It Was Said: Sports” was created, directed and produced by C13Originals and written by Meacham.

Kyra breslin, granddaughter of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jimmy Breslin, launches original true crime podcast series “Find Lauren.” Scheduled to debut on September 20, the five-part series takes a look at the ongoing investigation into missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer, who went missing in June 2011 after a night out on the street. party with a group of friends. Each episode is based on Breslin’s personal experience at Indiana University around the time of Spierer’s disappearance and features interviews with other students, media clips, and interviews from expert sources. “Finding Lauren” is independently produced by One Fourteen Productions, written and hosted by Kyra Breslin and edited by J. Cody Spellman, with original music and sound design by Monte Weber.


WarnerMedia Rooster teeth announced its podcast lineup for fall 2021 with lineup including new partners who recently joined the Roost Podcast Network, which includes over 100 audio and video podcasts. The new podcasts will be streamed for free on a range of audio and video platforms, including the Rooster Teeth, Amazon / Audible, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and iHeartRadio apps. Shows on the new slate include:

  • “Big Mood,” a comedy podcast hosted by Internet personalities Gina Darling, Nikki Limo, Tiffany Del Real and Jessica Caldwell;
  • “Peer to Peer”, hosted by Agent 00 and Legend of Winning (LOW) on Internet Culture and Sports;
  • “Neebscast,” Neebs Gaming’s long-running podcast exploring the life, love and pursuit of gambling;
  • “Slice & Dice,” an original cooking competition show from Rooster Teeth in which cooks are approached by adventurers from all walks of fantasy and science fiction to create unique and wonderful dishes;
  • “Face Jam: Secret Menu,” in which hosts Michael and Jordan venture out to tackle what’s not on the menu and discover the real products behind the counter;
  • “Team 150”, an anthology podcast scripted in partnership with WarnerMedia’s Team 150 featuring stand-alone stories by promising filmmakers from diverse backgrounds and under-represented voices; and
  • “Beneath”, a scripted series in which a group of scientists and treasure hunters risk their lives to explore the sunken Titanic – to discover a hideous force haunting the wreckage.


NPR announced an interview podcast with a sports personality and former NBA player Jay williams. The first episode of the currently untitled weekly show will be released in December. In each episode, Williams will delve into icons of sports, entertainment and pop culture to see if he can understand the strategies and mindsets people need to build empires out of their personalities. In 2003, Williams had a career-ending motorcycle accident, leading him down a path of sobriety, self-reinvention as an author, NBA analyst and one of ESPN’s main personalities. . The podcast will be produced by Jay Williams, Karen Kinney and Yolanda Sangweni. The lead supervisor producer will be Rachel Neel.

Adonde Media, the multilingual and international podcast production company behind the Spanish-language podcasts Duolingo and TED en Español, has announced a partnership with Hrishikesh Road, host and creator of “Song Exploder”, to produce and distribute “Canción Exploder” – the first spin-off of its musical podcast for the Spanish-speaking public. Scheduled for release in early 2022, “Canción Exploder” will join “Song Exploder” on PRX’s Radiotopy podcast network.


Spotify launched the latest expansion to its podcast accelerator program, Sound Up Latinx, continuing its mission to uplift and inspire the next generation of podcasters through education and support. The program is designed to directly address disparities in the podcast community: According to Spotify, 56% of the Latin American population in the United States has listened to a podcast, but Hispanic podcast makers still face under-representation. deep. Sound Up Latinx will be divided into two parts. It kicks off with a virtual training program in late fall and spanning four weeks before 10 participants (shortlisted by Spotify) learn and develop the skills to create a podcast via live lessons, recorded lessons. and more. The 10 participants will present and submit a podcast trailer and a proposal for the opportunity to be selected as a finalist to attend the following Sound Up sessions in 2022. More information is available at this link.


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