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Join Radio 1?s resident film buff Ali Plumb for movie news, reviews and extra behind-the-screens fun.


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Bros Interview Special: Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane

Ali is back, back, back and now he's now longer feeling unwell, hooray! To celebrate, here's a cheeky little Friday episode of Radio 1's Screen Time, featuring a short but sweet news section before a delightful conversation with Bros stars Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane. If you've not heard much about Billy "Billy On The Street" Eichner's gay rom-com, well, things are about to change as Ali is a FAN and this gloriously giddy interview very much proves it.
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Baz Luhrmann: Movies That Made Me

Baz Luhrmann is the visionary, legendary, incomparable director behind Strictly Ballroom, Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge!, Australia, The Great Gatsby and this year's Elvis, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks. Ali was lucky enough to talk to Baz face to face for a good half hour, touching on everything from 'Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)' to his favourite shots in his own films. So if you love films - and let's be honest, it's a pretty safe bet you do if you're reading this - don't think twice: press play and regret nothing.
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Ali's Film Club: The Babadook

Ali is joined by comedian, writer and super friend of the show Kiri Pritchard-McLean to talk about their mutual love for Australian psychological horror, The Babadook.
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Amsterdam Interview Special: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie and Rami Malek

The most incredible cast - truly - has been assembled for Amsterdam, featuring Chris Rock, Zoe Saldana, Mike Myers, John David Washington, Anya Taylor Joy, Taylor Goshdarn Swift and many more... including our interviewees today, Christian Bale, Margot Robbie and Rami Malek. Here you'll hear about glass eyes, early plastic surgery and singing with one of the biggest popstars in the world.
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Don't Worry Darling Mega Review

Ali and friend of the show Clarrise Loughrey chat in depth about Don't Worry Darling, one of the most talked about movies before it was even released. Warning: The latter part of this podcast contains spoilers, so why not pop down to your local cinema and see the movie before listening.
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Ali's Film Club: Spider-Man 2 - With Jordan Gray

It may have come out in 2004, but Sam Raimi's second Spider-outing with Tobey Maguire remains one of the very best superhero films ever made, and with Spider-Man: No Way Home being a year old soon enough - as well as reappearing in some cinemas with bonus scenes - now felt like a good time to take a trip to Ali Plumb's Film Club to talk about the movie in spoilerific detail. Joining him for a trip down web-slinging memory lane is comedy rising star Jordan Gray, who's recently been taking Edinburgh festival by storm (as they say), and is no stranger when it comes to comic book movies, not by a long chalk...
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George Clooney and Julia Roberts - Ticket To Paradise Interview Special

An actual, genuine, totally real romantic comedy motion picture is in cinemas right now and its name is Ticket To Paradise. It feels like it's been a while, and frankly, for fans of the genre, the return of all that 'Will they, won't they?' is just wonderful to see. The fact that both George Clooney and Julia Roberts are in it is the icing on the cake, two absurdly charming human beings slumming it with our Ali as they talk about shooting in Australia, 'Bat-nipples' (you'll see) and why Ocean's 13 is one of George's favourite movies. And that's not all, as they say, with co-stars Kaitlyn Dever, Billie Lourd and Lucas Bravo also along for the jet-setting ride.
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Andor Interview Special Featuring Diego Luna, Tony Gilroy And More

September 21st finally sees the Rogue One prequel, Andor, premiere its first three episodes on Disney+, telling the story of how the oh-so-sneaky thief Cassian Andor ended up becoming a spy working for the Rebel Alliance. Directed and written by the one and only Tony Gilroy, it looks to be a somewhat more 'grown up' adventure in a galaxy far, far away, and talking all about that on this particular Screen Time interview special we have Mr. Gilroy himself, as well as our lead, Diego Luna, plus Denise Gough, Kyle Soller, Genevieve O'Reilly and Adria Arjona. It's a bumper one this week, we know!
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News Round-Up Plus Clerks III Interviews

There's been an absolute tonne of movie and TV news lately, so much so that Ali got back into a room - face to face, can you imagine it?! - with good ol' Ace to talk it all through. Fair warning: there is an absolute avalanche of information coming your way about Marvel releases, Rick And Morty and maybe even a bit of Knives Out 2. Elsewhere, we've got interviews with the folk behind Clerks 3 - namely Kevin Smith, Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson and Jason Mewes, so there's a whole tonne of fun to be had with this episode, let us assure you...
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Better Call Saul Spoiler Special - Featuring Matt Edmondson

Typically, Radio 1's Screen Time spoiler specials talk about finales, or at a stretch, final seasons (or series!) of shows. But... when it comes to Better Call Saul, Ali and Matt - a fellow superfan - decided to try to tackle the whole goshdarn lot. Yes, there's an emphasis on the most recent episodes, but they hop, skip and jump around the whole Breaking Bad Universe (is that a thing? Let's say it is) so consider the spoiler siren thoroughly sounded.
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See How They Run Interview Special - Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell

After years and years of nodunnits - Does that work? Probably not, let's move on - it seems as if there are more and more comedy crime capers coming out, with See How They Run the latest whodunnit to hit cinemas. This one has an incredible cast, including Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell (who you'll hear from today), as well as Adrien Brody, Ruth Wilson, Reece Shearsmith, David Oyelowo, Charlie Cooper, Tim Key and more. Plus! It's directed by This Country veteran Tom George, it's set in the 1950s and looks absolutely gorgeous. Ronan and Rockwell are both on fine form in these interviews, so listen up, and be sure to keep an ear out for clues - and lassos, amazingly.
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Prey Spoiler Special - With Director Dan Trachtenberg!

If you've not seen the latest in the Predator franchise, we highly recommend watching Prey - on Disney+ in the UK, Hulu in the US - before you listen to this particular Radio 1's Screen Time spoiler special, where Ali gets to speak to the director of the film itself, one Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Lane, The Boys), dissecting the movie in spoilerific detail with the man who actually made those spoilerific decisions. Things get geeky quickly - in the best possible way - with such topics as 'the best movie taglines ever', odd musical instruments and, you know, Prey itself, cropping up. And again, we can't be any clearer about this: SPOILERS FOR PREY ARE CONTAINED HEREIN.
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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Interview Special

Good news, Lord Of The Rings fans! The Rings Of Power is / are finally here, with Amazon Prime Video's megabudget adaptation of the events of the Second Age of Middle-earth now streaming - well, the first episodes, anyway. As a LOTR fan who has even travelled to New Zealand to 'climb Mount Doom' (aka 'walk the Tongariro Crossing'), Ali was ready and able and very much willing to speak to some of the cast of this new Hobbity adventure, including our new Galadriel (Morfydd Clark) and our new Elrond (Robert Aramayo) and, as they say, many more. So, with every attempt made to avoid spoilers, here's a moderately silly conversation with close to a dozen Tolkienistas, recording just days ago in London - note Lindon, to be clear.
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Ali's Film Club: The Godfather (With Dan Murrell!)

It's been a little while since we last met up for Ali Plumb's Film Club, but boy are we back with a bang this week as Ali teams up with fellow online film aficionado Dan Murrell (of Honest Trailers and Schmoedown fame) to talk about The Godfather. Yeah, we're not messing around, no sir. As ever, spoiler alert for anyone who hasn't had the pleasure of watching Francis Ford Coppola's classic, but if you just want to hear two movie geeks shooting the breeze, there's also a good few minutes of that at the beginning as well. Spoiler alert: it really is very geeky indeed.
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News Round-Up With Josh Horowitz Plus Nathalie Emmanuel On The Invitation

Friend of the show and all-round great guy Josh Horowitz stops by BBC Radio 1's Screen Time this week to talk about his first impressions of House Of The Dragon, why we're seeing two BIG film releases being delayed and what we should get excited about at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival. But wait, there's more! Games Of Thrones, Fast And The Furious and Maze Runner veteran Nathalie Emmanuel also has a quick chat with Ali about her new horror thriller The Invitation, because as ever, we're generous like that.
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House Of The Dragon Interview Special Featuring Matt Smith And Paddy Considine

Game Of Thrones is back on Sky Atlantic / Now. Okay, okay, it's back in prequel form (just to be clear), and with it come such names as Matt Smith, Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Emma D'Arcy, Emily Carey and many more. Speaking to everyone they'd let him shove a microphone in front of, Ali tries to avoid spoilers - as ever - when talking about a show that begs to be spoiled in almost every way. Sure, it's set 200 years before the events of the original Game Of Thrones and we kinda know what will eventually happen in House Of The Dragon, but HOW? Well, you won't find out here. Is that something to boast about? Ah well, too late now.
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She-Hulk Interview Special Featuring Tatiana Maslany

Tatiana Maslany is the Emmy-winning actress who is perhaps best known for her work as numerous clones in the excellent sci-fi series Orphan Black - but now, it's safe to say - her portrayal of Disney+'s latest Marvel hero She-Hulk (aka Jennifer Walters) will propel her to even higher heights. Joining her on this She-Hulk Screen Time interview special are her director, Kat Coiro, and the writer-creator behind it all, Jessica Gao, one of whom happens to have written one of the best Ricky & Morty episodes ever. Which one, you wonder? Well... here's a hint: it's the one who's a writer.
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The Sandman Interview Special Featuring Tom Sturridge

The Sandman is a much-loved series of graphic novels written by Neil Gaiman (see also: Stardust, American Gods, Coraline and Good Omens with Sir Terry Pratchett) and it's finally - after two decades lurking in Development Hell - been turned into a TV show, now on Netflix. Tom Sturridge stars as the titular character, all cheekbones and black robes, who embodies the concept of storytelling and dreaming in a world that also features Death, Despair, Desire and many other anthropomorphic personifications known as 'The Endless'. It's a fascinating dark fantasy drama and it was Ali's great pleasure to talk to Morpheus himself (as he's also known) over Zoom just before the show's big BFI premiere that evening - hear their chat here, and do your best not to nod off...
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Batgirl Cancellation Reaction Plus Nope Interview With Jordan Peele

Nope is, at long last, finally in UK cinemas after already being released in the US and elsewhere three or so weeks ago. On any other Friday, that would be the biggest news going but after the shocking revelation that the Discovery and Warners merger has resulted in a 90% complete film, Batgirl, being thrown in the bin, Ace and Ali had to get together to discuss that that first. So! It's a podcast of two parts: Batgirl first, then a brief Nope chat that leads into an interview with the incredibly talented writer-director that is Jordan Peele. As is often said, we spoil you, we know...
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Ron Howard on Thirteen Lives

Thirteen Lives is the latest from Ron Howard - our legendary guest on this particular Screen Time episode - a movie that tells the tale of the 2018 Tham Luang cave rescue, with Viggo Mortensen and Colin Farrell as British cave divers Richard Stanton and John Volanthen respectively. Look forward to listening to Howard remark upon Ali's much-loved Rush t-shirt, as well as underlining just how tricky it is to recreate and shoot complicated cave dives, especially when the actors themselves want to do the actual diving.
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Bullet Train Interview Special

Bullet Train is in cinemas this weekend, an action comedy kinda-sorta violent cartoon that stars our guests for this particular interview special podcast - Brad Pitt, Brian Tyree Henry and Aaron Taylor Johnson - and is directed by David Leitch (Deadpool 2, Hobbs & Shaw, John Wick).
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Ali's Film Club: The Devil Wears Prada - With Amelia Dimoldenberg

Ali catches up with interviewer extraordinaire and deadpan delight Amelia Dimoldenberg - of Chicken Shop Dates fame (and much more) - as they talk shop, sharing stories of speaking to famous people and somehow getting away with it. Oh, and talk about The Devil Wears Prada, can't forget that, as the Ali Plumb's Film Club choice for this week. All right, everyone. Gird your loins!
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Ali has Comic-Con News - Plus Not Okay Interviews

A tonne of big news stories landed last weekend, fresh from San Diego Comic-Con, so here's Ali - never knowingly on time - with his thoughts just a week later. Since then we now know who's directing the new Avengers outing - Shang-Chi's Destin Daniel Cretton - and loads more headlines will have arrived BUT ANYWAY, not to worry, we've also got interviews with Dylan O'Brien and Zoey Deutch about their new film, Not Okay, a dark comedy that'll make you think differently about social media. No but really, it will.
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Emily Blunt Movies That Made Me 'From The Vaults' Interview

Who doesn't love Emily Blunt? She's one of those utterly charming, truly gifted human beings who's been in a wide variety of big screen releases, including Sicario, Mary Poppins Returns, Jungle Cruise, The Devil Wears Prada, Edge Of Tomorrow, Looper, A Quiet Place and much much more. In this throwback episode of the podcast, we dig into the vaults just one more time to unearth a 2016 - can it really be from 2016? - Movies That Made Me conversation that first hit the airwaves around the release of The Girl On The Train. How time flies, eh?
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Reviewed: The Grey Man, Where The Crawdads Sing - Plus Susie Dent!

Ali is talking to himself - as he sometimes likes to do - in BBC Radio 1 towers about two of the biggest movie releases out this weekend, namely The Grey Man (on Netflix) and Where The Crawdads Sing (in cinemas), before cuing up someone he seems to have a massively geeky crush on: the legendary etymology angel that is Susie "Dictionary Corner" Dent. Yes, two of the nerdiest people you know talk about the origin of words - movie words! - in the second half of this entirely unique episode of BBC Radio 1's Screen Time. Here's hoping Ali can cameo on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown soon, eh?
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Steve Carell Movies That Made Me 'From The Vaults' Interview

Another one from the interview back catalogue this Sunday, and it's a gem: the forever charming Steve Carell talking about some of his biggest big screen hits over the years, from Anchorman to The 40 Year Old Virgin. If you'd like more Steve Carell in your life, don't forget that the new Minions movie is in cinemas now, but honestly, that's by the by - you want him chatting from way back in 2018, when the world was young, don't you? Of course you do.
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Thor Love And Thunder Spoiler Special

Thor: Love And Thunder is in cinemas right now, the 29th feature-length entry in the Marvel Cinematic Unvierse, so Ace and Ali have got together to try to work out why the critical response has been so, well, mixed. As ever, if you've not watched the movie already, back away from this here podcast, but if you've seen Thor and The Mighty Thor and Korg and King Valkyrie and Gorr (and the rest of the gang) do their thing, play on and regret nothing.
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Stranger Things Season 4 Spoiler Special Featuring Louise Blain

Split into two parts and boasting some huge episode runtimes, the fourth season of Stranger Things delivered even more scares, even more heart, even more everything than ever before. Now it's landed on Netflix in its entirety, Ali and Screen Time's unofficial horror correspondent Louise Blain step up to their respective microphones to try to come to terms with what they've witnessed, with free rein on the spoilers - you have been warned!
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Thor Love And Thunder Interview Special: Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, Taika Waititi

The 29th big screen entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe swings into multiplexes this weekend with Thor Love And Thunder, aka Thor 4, aka Th4. Ali was lucky enough to speak to Chris Hemsworth a few months back, and now he's had a chance to chat with The Mighty Thor herself, Natalie Portman, as well as her costar Tessa Thompson and the madcap director behind it all, Taika Waititi.
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Chris Hemsworth: Thor Love And Thunder

Chris Hemsworth is always a good laugh, but things can get a little tricky when you haven't seen the film, the trailer, the poster... Pretty much anything to do with the film you're meant to be talking about. So please enjoy this "interviewing on hard mode" chat between Ali and Chris, ostensibly about Thor Love And Thunder, but... Well, you'll see.
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Jeff Goldblum: Movies That Made Me

That Ali Plumb guy is off on holiday so it's fine to delve into the archives and dust off a classic. The man chosen is the glorious human being that is Jeff Goldblum, star of The Fly, Jurassic Park and a couple of Independence Days to boot. So while Ali's off to Edinburgh, enjoy one of the most charming people on the planet. And Jeff, of course.
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The Black Phone interview special - Ethan Hawke and Scott Derrickson

Director Scott Derrickson - of The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Doctor Strange and The Day The Earth Stood Still fame - reunites with his Sinister star Ethan Hawke for a new supernatural '70s horror-thriller based on the short story The Black Phone by Joe Hill. Both Scott and Ethan are brilliant talkers - as Ali sometimes likes to say - so here are a couple of interviews that dig a little bit deeper than your average 'What mementos have you taken from from set?' fare, promise. Expect discussions of schoolyard fighting, chainlink fences and bottle rockets.
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Elvis interview special - Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin, Austin Butler and more

Baz Luhrmann, the man behind Strictly Ballroom, Australia, Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby returns with Elvis, his hip-shaking biopic of The King Of Rock 'N' Roll that sees relative newcomer Austin Butler transform into the man, the myth, the legend that was Elvis Aaron Presley. On this episode of Screen Time you'll hear the likes of Luhrmann and Butler talk about how they brought his Memphis mansion Graceland to life, as well as how they shot so many eye-catching, toe-tapping performances on camera. Joining Ali to do the film justice is friend of the show Clarisse Loughrey, someone who really knows her Luhrmanns.
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Big Boys Interview Special - Jack Rooke and Jon Pointing

Ali recently watched comedy-drama Big Boys on Channel 4 and found himself thinking "How can I get more people to watch Big Boys so I can talk to more people about Big Boys?" Yes, the name is a play on 'Big boys don't cry', so you're right to expect a show that tackles grief and depression, as well as coming out, finding yourself at uni, making friends and surviving university generally. If you've not seen it, see it, but maybe before you do, listen to a bit of this podcast special dedicated to it, just to whet your appetite.
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Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Spoiler Special

Here we go, just under the wire, just in the nick of time, Ace and I catch up - face to face, let's not forget! - to talk about Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, aka Doctor Strange 2, as it starts to leave cinemas (just about). As ever with our spoiler specials, if you haven't seen the film, maybe - definitely - don't listen to this one. But if you're on board with all the surprises and shocks and twists and turns in Sam Raimi's return to superhero filmaking, then press play and enjoy the madness.
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Stranger Things Season 4 Interview Special - Millie Bobby Brown and more

A couple of weekends ago, Ali got to speak to some of the cast of Stranger Things, including Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Finn Wolfhard and many many more. Today, you get to hear all the resulting anarchy - though let's be honest, quite a lot of it is pretty visual! - for your podcasting enjoyment. Look forward to lots of bloopers chat and a healthy amount of utter nonsense. Also: no spoilers! Always a bonus.
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Review Round-up! Jurassic World Dominion, Top Gun Maverick plus Ms. Marvel Interviews.

It's been a little while since Ali and Clarisse have done a review round-up, and with quite a few big releases coming to our TVs - Stranger Things, Obi-Wan, The Boys, Ms. Marvel and more - and two MASSIVE ones in cinemas (Jurassic World Dominion, Top Gun Maverick), it felt like time! Plus, as a bonus, we've also got two of the stars of Ms. Marvel, namely Iman Vellani (Kamala Khan herself) and Britain's very own Rish Shah, stopping by for a quick chat as well.
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Jurassic World Dominion Interview special - Feat. Chris Pratt, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum

Call it Jurassic World 3, call it Jurassic Park 4, call it Jurassic 6 - whatever you call it (and it probably should be Jurassic World: Dominion if you're looking to buy tickets at the box office) - it's finally here, and the OG trio has returned alongside Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt. On this interview special, Ali talks to most of the gang about the legacy of the franchise, holing up in a big hotel and who's the best at singing. As you do.
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The Boys Interview Special - Chase Crawford and Jessie T. Usher

Darker-than-dark Amazon Prime Video superhero series The Boys returns for a third season - best use the American term, eh? - bringing with it more eye-popping violence and and eyebrow-raising humour. Ali sat down with The Deep and A-Train to find out what it's like to be part of a show like this one and how it feels to walk around a comic con with or without their superhero suits...
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Becoming... Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader

After all these years, it feels like an absolute miracle to see Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen "teaming up" - so to speak - once again as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader, but that's just what's happening, and we're not sure Ali can fully wrap his head around it. In this first-of-its-kind double-header 'Becoming...' interview, the pair dig deep on the prequels and geek out massively. They also discover an unfortunate issue with Ali's t-shirt, enjoy a tonne of fan-made merchandise and quote lines they've not said in years.
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Tom Cruise Top Gun: Maverick Interview Special

After 36 years, the sequel to 1980s classic of classics Top Gun is finally here, and with it, Tom Cruise himself talking to Ali about what brought him back, why now, and... whether he's able to pilot a submarine. (It'll make sense in context, promise.) Also on board there's legendary producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Whiplash veteran Miles Teller (who plays Goose's son, Rooster), as well as director Joseph Kosinski - plus Jon Hamm, Jay Ellis, Danny Ramirez and Greg 'Tarzan' Davis. We're spoiling you, we know...
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Moon Knight spoiler Special

Friend of the show (and The Independent's chief film critic) Clarisse Loughrey joins Ali once again to tackle another Marvel outing, this time Disney+'s Oscar Isaac 'n' Ethan Hawke Egyptian avatar brain-bender Moon Knight. As ever, if you haven't seen the show, it's highly recommended you watch every last episode before you press play on this one. That is your spoiler warning, folks!
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Derry Girls special - featuring Saoirse-Monica Jackson

Empire veteran and all-round film journalism legend Helen O'Hara stops by for a very special Radio 1's Screen Time episode celebrating Lisa McGee's beloved Channel 4 sitcom, Derry Girls, which recently aired its final episode. Plus, as a bonus extra that's a must-listen for all fans of the show, Ali also got to speak to Erin Quinn herself, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, about how the show changed her life, how she got the gig and her favourite moments over the years.
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TV Baftas Round-up - Plus Conversations With Friends interviews

Joining Ali for this very special Sunday interview special is friend of the podcast Scott Bryan, telly expert and all-round nice guy. Hear them discuss the Baftas results and what to look forward to this summer before enjoying interviews with the stars of BBC Three's new Sally Rooney adaptation, Conversations With Friends.
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Everything Everywhere All At Once interview special - feat. The Daniels

Sometimes a film comes along that Ali is so passionate about he dedicates a whole episode of the Radio 1 Screen Time podcast to it. Everything Everywhere All At Once is one of those movies. A description defying sci-fi actioner that'll also do its level best to make you cry, it's a proper treat for the senses. To find out more, click play and regret nothing.
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Benedict Cumberbatch Interview Special: Becoming... Doctor Strange

So here it is, the extra-long bumper edition of the Becoming... Doctor Strange Benedict Cumberbatch interview you've no doubt already watched 14 million (or so) times on BBC iPlayer, now in audio form, with extra-added waffle from Ali at the front and back. Also contains memes being read out, which could be one of the most foolish things you can do on a podcast, but here we are.
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Doctor Strange 2 Spoiler-Free Review - Plus A News Round-Up With Ace

Ace is back! Ali is back with Ace! In the same room! A studio no less, a radio studio to boot, which means their unique blend of geekery and nonsense can finally - after two years - waffle out onto the airwaves (and so this podcast) in the way it was truly originally meant to. The pair try to review Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness without giving away any spoilers, then as a bonus there's an attempt at touching on the biggest news headlines of the past two weeks or so. Again: "attempt" is very much the right word.
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Doctor Strange 2 Interview Special: Elizabeth Olsen and Benedict Wong

So, you're a Marvel fan. Don't blame you in the slightest. This means you're excited about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hitting cinemas very soon, on May 6th here in the UK. This also means you'd like to hear some fun conversations with the film's stars - but also don't want any spoilers at the same time. Well, good news! Neither myself nor Elizabeth Olsen and Benedict Wong had seen the movie at the time of recording these chats, so it's movie-adjacent nonsense o'clock, just the way you (hopefully) like it...
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Peacemaker Spoiler Special - with Vigilante himself, Freddie Stroma

If you haven't seen The Suicide Squad TV spin-off Peacemaker, it's probably a good idea to watch it before you press play on this particular episode of Radio 1's Screen Time, what with it featuring a mini-spoiler special discussion of the show with Clarisse Loughrey as well as a lovely conversation with is break-out star, Freddie Stroma, who plays the incredible Vigilante a.k.a. 'Vig'. Good luck getting the theme tune out of your head again, it really is devilishly catchy.
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Anya Taylor-Joy Interview Special: The Story So Far

If you don't know Anya Taylor-Joy yet, chances are you just haven't gotten round to watching Split, Glass, Emma, Queen's Gambit, The Witch, Last Night In Soho, Thoroughbreds or her latest, Robert Eggers's Viking revenge epic The Northman, just yet. When you see ATJ - as no-one calls her - on screen you just know she's going to be HUGE. Perhaps her role in the upcoming Mad Max spin-off prequel Furiosa will be the one? Or the Super Mario Bros. movie? Or will it be The Northman itself? Only time will tell. For now, please do enjoy this Story So Far interview and don't forget to tell everyone you know about it.
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