I am thrilled to announce the Woody Allen Pages is going to also be a podcast. It’s been in the works for many months now and it’s finally ready to launch later this month.
Here’s the short introductory episode and links on how to subscribe.
Episode 1 - Crimes And Misdemeanors (1989)
May 23, 2021 • 32:14
Crimes And Misdemeanors is the 18th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1989. It’s two stories in one. The first is the trials of Judah, an eye doctor whose mistress is threatening to destroy his life, and the terrible choices he makes. The second is the…
Episode 2 - Magic In The Moonlight (2014)
May 30, 2021 • 38:07
Magic In The Moonlight is the 44th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2014. It’s the 1920s and magician Stanley Crawford is asked by an old friend to help with a task. A rich family in the south of France is being swindled by a young…
Episode 3 - Bananas (1971)
Jun 6, 2021 • 31:19
Bananas is the 2nd film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1971. Woody Allen plays Fielding Mellish, who is really just Woody Allen’s stock persona in the 70s – a cynical, smart-assed, New York guy. To impress a girl, he gets caught up in a revolution, and…
Episode 4 - Bullets Over Broadway (1994)
Jun 13, 2021 • 36:07
Bullets Over Broadway is the 23rd film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1994. JOHN CUSACK stars as David Shayne, a struggling playwright who agrees to take some mob money to put on his latest play. The catch – he has to cast a mobster’s girl, and…
Episode 5 - Small Time Crooks (2000)
Jun 20, 2021 • 31:57
Small Time Crooks is the 30th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2000. Woody Allen stars as Ray, a small time crook with a big time plan to rob a bank, digging through from the shop next door. His wife Frenchy, played by TRACEY ULLMAN, sells…
Episode 6 - Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
Jun 27, 2021 • 31:19
Broadway Danny Rose is the 12th film written and directed by Woody Allen. A love letter to his comic roots, BROADWAY DANNY ROSE marks the time when Allen managed to synthesise his European influences with his American humour into something all his own. It’s a small story – and a…
Episode 7 - Scoop (2006)
Jul 4, 2021 • 27:15
Scoop is the 36th film written and directed by Woody Allen. Woody Allen stars as Sid Waterman, also known as The Great Splendini. An American magician on tour in London, he meets a young journalism student named Sondra Pransky, played by SCARLETT JOHANSSON, and becomes involved in a dead journalist’s…
Episode 8 - Annie Hall (1977)
Jul 11, 2021 • 37:03
ANNIE HALL is the 6th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1977. Woody Allen stars as Alvy Singer. He has broken up with Annie, played by DIANE KEATON, and he’s looking back on his whole life to see if he can figure out how he got…
Episode 9 - A Rainy Day In New York (2019)
Jul 18, 2021 • 29:17
A Rainy Day In New York is the 48th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2019. TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET stars as Gatsby Welles, a college student who takes his girlfriend Ashleigh Enright, played by ELLE FANNING, to New York for a day trip. They hit the big…
Episode 0 - The Woody Allen Pages Podcast Introduction
May 11, 2021 • 4:13
Hello, welcome to the standard introductory episode of the Woody Allen Pages podcast. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy…
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We will be looking at every Woody Allen film. It won’t be chronological – we’ll jump around from era to era, but the plan is to go through all 49 of Allen’s films. There might even be a 50th by then. We’ll do the whole thing in seasons of ten or so episodes. I have ideas for bonus episodes and hope to get the odd guest on the show down the line. We’ll do a listeners question episode if we get enough questions too.
That means for the next ten or so weeks at least, this website will be also a podcast website. We’ll still do all the regular site news as it happens. The podcast will take us into the tenth year of this website (at least)! Who’d have thought.
They are essentially audio documentaries that take a lot of time to put together. So for the first time I am going to be running a Patreon to help support both the podcast and the running of this website. After doing this alone for almost ten years, any help would be appreciated. Find out more at our Patreon page.
You can also support us by buying one of our books, or some Merch with the podcast artwork at Redbubble. Or give us a five star review on your podcast app to help us with discovery.
I cant wait for you to hear these podcasts and let me know what you think. We kick off in two weeks – keep an eye on the website and your podcast feed for updates.
Wonderful! It would be amazing if Woody could be the guest of honor in one episode. Thanks a lot!
Bravo!! This is great stuff, and the artwork for the merch is nice as well; very early Rushmore Tenenbaums Wes Anderson vibe. I like the way Mel, Robin Williams character from Deconstructing Harry is blurred out – “No this is not an allergic reaction!!!”
I hope the podcast digd into his work aside from just his films– his books, plays, and stand-up.
Yes. Films will be a lot of it but we’ll try and cover a lot more than just those.
When will Season 2 of the podcast be available?