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Suzanne Aabel er jøde, men har ingen gudstro. I denne serien møter hun mennesker med sterke overbevisninger. Suzanne mistet de fleste i sin mors familie i nazistenes gasskamre, men hva når hun møter en som håner det hele og kaller det jøde-propaganda? Hva er det som får noen til å tro så sterkt på Gud eller en tanke, at det preger livet fra A til Å? I denne serien møter vi tro, fordommer og ofte en dose skråsikkerhet.
 
Interviews with some of the most celebrated Editors in Lifestyle media in the UK today. The aim of this series is to provide PRs and brands with an insight into the daily workings of each publication, and hopefully provide some golden nuggets of information and best practices to get into each Editors good books, and therefore coverage. They'll be discussing their journey to becoming an Editor, how things have changed since then, and more recently, the Editorial structure and process of the p ...
 
Join comedy duo Anna and Emily as they take a look at the gems of their childhood with fresh eyes. Ace Ventura, Sex and the City, Friends... are they still legit? Anna Leong Brophy and Emily Lloyd-Saini are two halves of sketch act EGG. Find them @eggcomedy on all the social medias. Cover photo by Garry MacLennan Jingles by Mawaan Rizwan
 
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Today we've handpicked three choice sessions from this year's mammoth international conference on podcasting, Podcast Day 24. Featuring: Shima Oliaee on the making of Dolly Parton's America former WNYC & BBC exec Tony Phillips on the future of audio Richard Palmer from Triton Digital and Jamie Cho from Commercial Radio Australia on how Australia is…
 
Olly Mann is joined by the editor of Newsweek International, Alex Hudson and chief content officer of Somethin’ Else, Steve Ackerman. This week: Audio awards aplenty at the ARIAs. Discovery merges with WarnerMedia and Amazon buys Bond’s back catalogue – along with the rest of MGM. BBC Studios struggles to secure a new boss and the fallout continues…
 
Joining Olly Mann are the CEO of production company Nine Lives Media and exec producer of Songs Of Praise, Cat Lewis, radio presenter and broadcast consultant Paul Robinson and journalist and founder of podcast company Message Heard, Jake Warren. This week: Studio audiences are set to return but some shows including Have I Got News For You will als…
 
Joining Olly Mann this week are the news editor of the Press Gazette, Charlotte Tobitt, radio executive Trevor Dann and digital editor at Immediate Media, Rebecca Messina This week: As Spotify and Apple launch paid subscriptions for podcasters what will it mean for the way audio makers get paid? Also: News UK scales back its TV ambitions. Who might…
 
Olly Mann is joined by the entertainment director of Heat magazine and host of the PilotTV podcast, Boyd Hilton, writer, editor and campaigner currently working at Hello magazine, Elizabeth Carr-Ellis, and broadcast consultant and director of RadioTechCon, Ann Charles. This week: How might coverage of future high-profile deaths be adjusted in the w…
 
Olly Mann is joined by planning director at Edelman, Karin Robinson, LBC presenter, author and broadcaster Iain Dale and media executive and director of broadcasting at City University London, Professor Lis Howell. This week: BBC Four winds down original commissioning so will an archive-only channel be more high-brow or low-brow than BBC Two? Spoti…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist, broadcaster and one half of Fortunately…, Jane Garvey and the managing director of Folder Media and co-founder of the British Podcast Awards, Matt Deegan. This week: The BBC announces plans to shift programmes and networks around the UK but will audiences see and hear a difference? As Facebook ends its feud with t…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist and Channel 4 historian Maggie Brown and Deadline’s international editor, Jake Kanter to discuss BBC Three’s return to broadcast TV. A former Fleet Street editor reveals he supported the IRA. New Scientist is snapped up by the publisher of the Daily Mail and the budget offers some financial help for freelancers plu…
 
Olly Mann is joined by the editor of Newsweek International, Alex Hudson and TV development executive Steven Bricknall. This week: Chattering classes pull up a chair in Clubhouse; Australian Facebook users lose access to news articles in a row with the Australian government; BBC World News TV is pulled in China and World Service radio goes silent i…
 
Olly Mann is joined by director of Creative Media Partners, Paul Robinson, founder of production house Gold Wala, Faraz Osman and the creative director of Zinc Media, Emma Hindley. On today’s show: Allegations of bullying emerge from behind the Gogglebox sofas. Why the advertising standards authority has clipped Ryanair’s wings and former editors o…
 
This week Anna is joined by comedian and one third of Pappy's, the joyful Tom Parry, to discuss the 1987 film Mannequin. Yes, Kim Cattrall is an ancient Egyptian who comes back to life as a department store dummy by a 24-year-old man-child. But is it still legit? We discuss writers wet dreams, unnecessary grand pianos, and the Tom Parry Pulling Tec…
 
It's our fifth annual predictions special! Join Olly Mann as he floats swiftly through the lockdown homes of our media pundits to discover what the year head might have in store for the UK media industry... and listen as they squirm for being unfairly held to account for predictions made in 2020. Featuring the predictions of Jake Kanter (Deadline),…
 
OH FRABJOUS DAY! We get Emily back for a gleeful episode dissecting the 2000 Nancy Meyers film What Women Want. Is it still legit? We talk tiny flowers on massive pants, Frank Sinatra dance breaks and Mel Gibson devouring Helen Hunt. Follow us for updates! @stilllegitpod on Twitter @stilllegitpodcast on Instagram Or email your thoughts and suggesti…
 
Our first interview of 2021 is with the amazingly brilliant: - Anna Morley - Style Editor at Real Homes Magazine Anna was a photographer realising her passion for publishing following a spell at photo agency ZUMA Press in LA, and Weber Shandwick in Scotland, and then 'procured', shall we say, a role as Picture Editor at Thomson Reuters, before movi…
 
Is that... hair gel? No, it's the Farrelly Brother's classic There's Something About Mary! Is it Still Legit? Anna is joined by the excellent Helen Bauer to talk hamster stockings, spotting red flags and the R word, while learning about the relative virtues of our respective boob sizes. What more could you ask for, hey? Follow Helen! @helenbabauer …
 
In some slightly off-beat Christmas programming, Anna is joined by actor and comedian Freya Parker to discuss the MADNESS that is the Goldie Hawn film, Overboard. We discuss kidnapping as revenge, tiny strips of t-shirt and when your fake kids think you've got a nice ass. And just - WOW. wow. This film. Follow Freya on instagram and twitter: @iamfr…
 
Olly is joined by Matt Deegan (Folder Media) and Rebecca Messina (Immediate Media) to discuss the media news from the past fortnight. On today’s show: Spotify snaps up Harry and Meghan - we take a look at the former royals’ podcast strategy and another spendy year for the Swedish music giant; we look to the future of broadcasting, as OFCOM announce…
 
Jack Barry is back in the Barry seat for a Christmas dazzler of a movie - Home Alone! We discuss everything from Kevin's dad shady money making schemes, creepy men in churches and abandoning your kids by the side of a Canadian lake, not to mention Harry and Marv's Socialist credentials. Is it still legit? Listen to find out! Follow us! @stilllegitp…
 
For the first episode of series 2 Anna is joined by tiny bundle of joy that is comedian and actor Rosie Jones to chat the Disney animated classic, Beauty and the Beast. Is it still legit? We discuss Chip's absent father, big titted milkmaids and Gaston *definitely* being a sexual predator. Tale as old as time, innit? Follow us on the socials! @stil…
 
Who will launch first? The battle for TV news hots up as Rupert Murdoch’s News UK TV takes on Andrew Neil’s GB News. Our esteemed media panel this week are producer and director of Wakey! Deborah Coughlin, Hot Pod writer and journalist Caroline Crampton and chief content officer at Somethin’ Else, Steve Ackerman. They discuss: Facebook announcing a…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist and Channel 4 historian Maggie Brown, planning director at Edelman and host of Democratically 2020, Karin Robinson and broadcast consultant and director of RadioTechCon, Ann Charles. This week: Will some long-lost paperwork clear the BBC of claims it coerced Princess Diana into giving that Panorama interview? Graha…
 
Anna and Emily consider the tricky question of BIPOC actors playing characters with typically "white" names. Is it liberating? Or is it whitewashing? They also manage to thumb in some chat on banana bread and baby farts. Listen to our 4th July 2020 episode "Big Mouth, Bojack, Cleveland: Race in Animation" minisode to hear more chat about mismatched…
 
Olly Mann is joined by professor emeritus of journalism at City University, Lis Howell and entertainment director of Heat magazine and host of the PilotTV podcast, Boyd Hilton. This week: As news channels roll into a third day of USA election coverage, we ask which broadcasters won the hearts and minds of our panelists. As The Sun successfully defe…
 
Olly Mann is joined by radio consultant and director of Creative Media Partners Paul Robinson, editor of Newsweek International Alex Hudson and former Press Association, HuffPost UK and ITV News executive and now the founder of Bird Lime Media, Dawn Kelly. This week: Is the Daily Telegraph correcting a glaring error by bringing its sub-editors back…
 
Olly Mann is joined by co-host of ‘Fortunately...’ and Woman’s Hour, Jane Garvey, international editor of Deadline, Jake Kanter and print journalist at Hello magazine, Elizabeth Carr-Ellis. On today’s show: Is the government about to sell off Channel 4? Does the BBC have an Oxbridge problem? And can the lure of Andrew Neil entice viewers to news ch…
 
Arnold Shwarzenegger gets his first Still Legit outing with the 90’s sci-fi-fest, Total Recall, and the girls talk turning into bushes, sex bunnies and Wayne Lineker's shopping list as they try to determine whether Arnie's Still Legit. Apologies again for the patchy sound- it was a less than ideal set up and we did what we had to do! Follow us on s…
 
Olly Mann is joined by head of communications at ITN and former editor of Broadcast magazine Lisa Campbell, founder of production house Gold Wala Faraz Osman and Creative Director of Folder Media Matt Deegan. On today’s show, Ofcom approves Radio 1 Dance to stream on BBC Sounds but commercial rivals are unhappy. Could Apple News’ podcast of print a…
 
We take a break from normal programming for an extended "Yalright" check in with the new mum - and the first podcast recorded face to face since the pilot episode! Baby Robin keeps us company while we discuss secondary sexual features, baby foals vs. baby humans, and God's scrambled eggs, plus how Emily convinced her boobs she had twins. We'll be b…
 
Emily once again shirks her real responsibilities (a comedy podcast) to kick back and relax (keep her newborn alive) so Anna alone is joined by comedian, writer, actor and fellow rabid Jim Carrey fan Jack Barry to talk Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls. Is it Still Legit? We talk barbershop etiquette, invent the Brophy Test and decide that everyone …
 
Emily are you there? ARE YOU THERE EMILY? Emily abandons Anna in order to have a baby, but luckily Rosie Holt (actor and viral sensation with her satirical sketches absolutely KILLING IT on the social meeds) stepped into the breach as Anna's guest. Listen as Anna repays her kindness by ripping her childhood fave Pretty Woman to absolute shreds, as …
 
So welcome to Media Hotshots, a podcast series dedicated to the role of Editors of Fashion, Beauty and interiors whether that’s in magazines or those sections within the mainstream media. If you’re a PR for a Fashion, Beauty or interiors brand, this series aims to help you gain coverage within the titles that each editor is from by hopefully giving…
 
The glorious Sarah Keyworth joins Anna and Emily with her childhood fave, Disney's playground animation Recess! We catch up with TJ, Gretchen, Vince, Gus, Spinelli and Mikey, navigate Sarah through the peaks and troughs of a mood swing and find out why Anna was called Spinelli at school, and discuss savage babies. Is Recess Still Legit? What are yo…
 
Anna and Emily are joined by the brilliant comedian Sophie Duker to climb inside her childhood fave Mrs. Doubtfire as if it were a problematic disguise worn by a desperate father and ask, is it Still Legit? Along the way we talk houses full of goats, assassinating Pierce Brosnan and the bisexual icon Mara Wilson's powers of persuasion. We are now o…
 
The brilliant comedian Evelyn Mok joins Anna and Emily to discuss Rush Hour, a heartwarming tale of two friends being racist to each other. Is that Still Legit? We chat colonial white guy baddies, camel hump and inexplicably fancy cars, and Anna and Evelyn realise that bleaching their hair has set them on the path to being evil sidekicks. There has…
 
Anna and Emily stray down the rabbit hole (as it were) - of the #FreeBritney (Spears) movement/conspiracy. It's only a tiny issue that they don't know how to pronounce conservatorship and that's what the whole episode is about. Is the 'movement' legit? Is it OK to be amused by Britney's Insta? And is she trying to tell anyone anything other than sh…
 
This week Anna and Emily are joined by special guest, Mawaan Rizwaan - Writer for Sex Education (Netflix), Comedian (Live at The Apollo, Hammersmith Apollo supporting Queer Eye's JVN), Actor (really you need more credits?) and soon to be contestant on C4's Taskmaster (currently filming). This weeks ep is all about Sabrina the Teenage Witch. On the …
 
This week Anna and Emily are joined by comedian Chloe Petts, a Matrix virgin, to ask whether the film is Still Legit. She endures the pair's Matrix geekery by regaling them with tales of smoke machines and laser pens and ruining Emily's dreams of being able to fly. They also touch upon scorching the sky (just don't do it guys), Switch's inability t…
 
This week Anna and Emily go back and visit the film AND the book of Bridget Jones Diary. Oh and Pride and Prejudice... in a way. Dredging up memories of break-up songs, celebrating Anna's 20/20 vision and discussing how that iconic fight scene would go down in Harlseden. The real question of course is - is it still legit? Email us at Isitstilllegit…
 
This week Anna and Emily are riding the racial rollercoaster that is 2004 Best Picture Oscar winner, Crash. Is it Still Legit? On the way we chat super slo-mo, white heroes, and the Cat Killer of Croydon (sorry, the M25). If you haven't already, consider making a donation to a cause that supports Black Lives Matter. https://secure.actblue.com/donat…
 
Olly Mann presents news, analysis and gossip from the creative media industries, with magazine journalist and blogger Elizabeth Carr-Ellis, creative director of Folder Media, Matt Deegan and editor of Newsweek International, Alex Hudson. This week: Times Radio takes to the air; hundreds of media jobs are lost; millions of dollars are poured into th…
 
This week Anna and Emily dive into Never Been Kissed to see if the film has held up over time. Which means revisiting their own first kisses, tipping bin men and, of course, the not so grey area of teacher student relationships. If you like us - subscribe / rate /review and/or email us at Isitstilllegit@gmail.com or find us @stilllegitpodcast…
 
Things are moving and shaking in telly land and in a week when several white actors have stepped down from or apologised for voicing non-white animated characters (Jenny Slate as Missy in Big Mouth, Kirsten Kristen Bisten Bell as Molly in Central Park, Alison Brie as Diane Nguyen in Bojack Horseman, Mike Henry as Cleveland of the Cleveland Show, et…
 
This week Emily and Anna revisit the Mode offices when they watch America Ferrera as Ugly Betty. On the way they touch on important topics like bowling shoe etiquette, Calvin Klein's cat face and Jon Hamm's... anaconda. Sorry Mum. We love to hear your thoughts and suggestions! Email us at isitstilllegit@gmail.com Find us on Insta: @Stilllegitpodcas…
 
Olly Mann is joined by planning director at Edelman and host of Democratically 2020, Karin Robinson; director of Creative Media Partners, Paul Robinson; and senior lecturer in sports journalism at the University of East London, Dekan Apajee. On today’s show: Who’s splashing £30m to boost diversity but asking staff to volunteer for redundancy? The D…
 
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