Podcast: Disney Matters

This week, EN4News reporters Paul Sinclair, Dave Paul and Olivia Hill discuss the upcoming Disney remakes, scheduled for release in 2019.

Did Fury beat Wilder? – Boxing Podcast

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It was possibly the biggest fight of the heavyweight this year and the hype certainly didn’t disappoint.

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury put a fight on for the ages but the decision of a draw has angered many in the boxing community.

Most citing that Fury won the fight.

David Ronney sits down with Sam Ainslie and Graham Millar as they look back on the fight of the year.

Podcast: Festive movie favourites

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Get Christmas ready!

December is finally here so it’s time to start binging your favourite festive movies. Join Olivia Hill, Michaella Wheatley, Linnéa Lind and Paul Sinclair as they chat about their top picks and compete in a seasonal movie quiz!

 

 

 

 

 

Podcast: Edinburgh’s Concert Hall: Condemned before Constructed.

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Artist impression of the Impact Centre. Photo credit to Impact Scotland.

In this weeks EN4 News podcast, Calum Wilson and Joanna Hampson discuss the newly proposed concert hall.

The hall, known as the Impact Centre, has faced controversy after the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland complained the proposed building would overshadow the historic Royal Bank of Scotland building, known as Dundas House.

Bohemian Rhapsody: Why are you so good?

Bohemian Rhapsody. What makes this song such a timeless classic? For a song that is more than 40 years old, the anthem remains a favourite for people of all ages.

With the highly anticipated release of the Freddie Mercury’s biopic, which shares the same name as the rocking gem, coming up tomorrow, EN4 News’ reporters discussed what makes Bohemian Rhapsody such a timeless classic.

 

 

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Murrayfield set to host Betfred League Cup Clash – Football Podcast

Murrayfield is set to host Hearts and Celtic in the Scottish League Cup. Photo Credit to Vclaw via Wikipedia

After an initial controversial decision to host both Scottish League Cup semi-finals at Hampden on Sunday 28th October, the SPFL have decided to move the Hearts and Celtic fixture to Scotland’s home of rugby.

However, the decision hasn’t be taken lightly. David Ronney is joined by Paige Beresford, Lauren Archer and John Menzies on the football podcast.

Podcast: Advances in cinema

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Picture of Edinburgh Filmhouse. Photo credit to Edinburgh Filmhouse.

Recently, the mobile network EE launched a competition for a community to win a “Cinema in the Sky” experience.

With popcorn delivered by drones, and the screen 100 feet in the air, is this an experience cinema-goers would like?

For EN4News Podcast, Joanna Hampson, Michaella Wheatley, and Calum Wilson discuss the advances cinema has made in past years and will make in the future.

Scotland National Team Announcement – Football Podcast

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Alex McLeish has announced his squad ahead of Scotland’s matches against Portugal and Israel. Exciting additions alongside some emissions and David Ronney, Bryce Donaldson and Graham Miller sit down to discuss it all.

That Meme – Podcast

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Photo credited to David Wilkinson.

When Lucia Gorman and Patrick Richie stepped foot in Edinburgh Club Bourbon, it didn’t seem likely that they would become internet sensations within the next few days.

For this weeks EN4 News Podcast, we thought we’d discuss what exactly it must feel like to be made into a meme, and go through some of the funniest suggestions as to what’s being shouted in Lucia’s ear.

Django Django’s Frontman Vinny Neff Extended Interview

EN4News’s extended interview with Vin Neff, Django Django’s frontman and songwriter at Edinburgh’s Alternative Peers’ Ball.

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