Mon, 22 August 2016
Due to some of our listeners requesting it. We have posted this episode, which just includes our interview with 'Suicide Squad's' Alain Chanoine.
During the interview the actor behind Incubus talks about how fulfilling it was for him to get the chance to work on a film with Will Smith.
He also talked a little about his time on 'Spartacus' as well as his role in 'Blade III' a role that he'd happily take over from Wesley Snipes if given the chance to.
Fri, 19 August 2016
Welcome to another exciting edition of SFP-NOW.
This week we welcome back Raissa for the TV segment in which we discuss the new 'Star Trek' series 'The Musketeers' final season and some retro television in the way of 'The Adventures Of Brisco County Jr'.
Our special guest this week is Alain Chanoine who is best known for his recent role of Incubus in the summer Blockbuster film 'Suicide Squad'.
During our chat Alain talks about how working with Will Smith was a dream come true. He also talks about his roles in Spartacus and Blade III.
So if you are a fan of the movie 'Suicide Squad' and would like some of the insider talk from the movie. Then tune in.
Wed, 10 August 2016
Welcome to another exciting episode of SFP-NOW and Beyond Impossible with resident professor Julian Chamblis.
In this episode Julian will be talking to artist and maker of things Ganzeer.
Julian asks Ganzeer a wide range of questions about his work as both a graphics artist and illustrator.
So if you are into graphic arts, comics and New Realism. Then this interview should interest you.
Wed, 20 July 2016
Welcome to another thrilling episode of SFP-NOW here on SciFiPulse Radio.
This week we have the honour of talking to one of the UK's best loved stars Lucy Griffiths.
Over the course of this interview Lucy talks with host Ian Cullen about her break out role in 'Robin Hood' as well as her stint on True Blood and her latest role of Emily the organist in AMC and Amazon Primes hit show 'Preacher'.
We also talk a little about Lucy's brief stint on 'Constantine' and wonder if her character might have made a return had the show continued beyond its first season.
So without further ado. Tune in and check out what Griffiths had to say about her various roles in television.
Fri, 8 July 2016
Welcome to another episode of SFP-NOW.
This week we go beyond the impossible with Julian Chamblis who chats with professor John Jennings from the University Of Buffalo.
Jennings talks with us about both his work in comics and his mission to provide outlets for underappreciated artists.
The artist also chat about the work he has been doing with ComicArts on a comic book adaptation of Octavia Butler's iconic science fiction story 'Kindred'.
We also quiz Jennings on what black actors he can see playing the next 'Doctor Who' if the BBC decides to cast a person of colour in the iconic role.
Fri, 24 June 2016
For this episode of SFP-NOW we are joined by Joey Award Winner Katelyn Mager who talks about her role in 'Percy Jackson', but also chats about a new film she is starring in called 'Charlotte's Song'.
In the film Mager plays a Mermaid who has the power to see peoples deepest desires.
During this interview Katelyn talks about the film and some of the challenges she faced with the special effects make-up, which was required.
So tune in and get the skinny direct from a real life mermaid.
Fri, 17 June 2016
Welcome to a swashbuckling edition of SFP-NOW.
In this episode Raissa and Ian talk about some of the series that they are looking forward to for the 2016/17 television season.
Our guest this week is the fantastic Simon Allen who has gone from humble television writer to executive producer of one of BBC Worldwide's most awesome series 'The Musketeers', which is based on the classic Alexander Dumas 'Three Musketeers' novels.
During our chat Simon talks about having worked with Frank Spotnitz on 'The Hunted' and chats about the new current season of 'Musketeers' and some of the guest stars that we can expect.
So tune in for the swashbuckling edition of SFP-NOW.
Tue, 7 June 2016
Welcome to another episode of SFP-NOW,
This week Raissa and Ian quickly discuss their thoughts on the recent season finale's of 'Arrow', 'The Flash' and 'Legends Of Tomorrow.'
In the second half of the show we our joined by Julian Chamblis for 'Beyond Impossible' in which we chat with comics and TV writer Brandon Easton.
During our chat Brandon talks about some of the struggles he has had as a writer and also chats about his experience of working on an episode of Marvel's 'Agent Carter' as well as his Andre The Giant Biography, which has recently been announced as a movie project.
So to hear what Brandon shared about all his brilliant work in comics, animation and television. Don't miss this episode.
Tue, 31 May 2016
It's time for episode 115 and we are chatting with writer and YouTuber Michael La Ronn.
Michael La Ronn writes what he calls fearless science fiction & fantasy. His writing is filled with strange worlds and quirky humor featuring unusual, nontraditional heroes such as teddy bears, vegetables, and androids (but not all in the same book). Michael also writes nonfiction for authors who are stuck in the awkward phase between beginner and bestseller. He hosts the growing YouTube channel, Author Level Up, which publishes writing craft, business and marketing videos for authors every week.
Michael devoted himself to the writing life in 2012 after he was hospitalized with a dangerous sickness. We talk about that life changing moment and why he chose the indie author path. We learn all about his books (Android X, Eaten, etc), his YouTube channel, and he shares a number of excellent tips for any writer listening.
GenreTainment is where Marx & Julie talk about what is happening in the world of film, TV and web series. We give you interviews with writers, directors, producers and actors in both independent and not-so-independent creations.
Fri, 13 May 2016
In this new episode of SFP-NOW Ian, Craig and Raissa discuss their thoughts on the latest happenings in 'Arrow'. 'The Flash' and more.
The interview this week is with the fantastic Arvind Ethan David who talks enthusiastically about his new 'Dirk Gently' comic book series, but also about the pending BBC America TV series, which he is executive producing.
The writer, producer also talks about some of his other projects as well as his experiences of writing and working on a list of various projects including 'The Infidel'.
He also chats a little about the difference between writing for comics and writing for television.
If you are a fan of Douglas Adams as well as a fan of Arthur Conan Doyle. Then you'll probably get a lot of entertainment and some great stories when listing to this episode. So tune in and enjoy as Arvind Ethan David holds court with some fantastic stories and great insights.