Like Nobody’s Watching

Only one episode of Someone Else’s Movie this week, but it’s a good one: I am joined by poet, actor and general legend Saul Williams to discuss Lovers Rock, the second and easily the best feature in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe collection of films about England’s West Indian diaspora.

I cannot fully articulate what an honor it was to have Saul on the podcast, and it’s an exquisite combination of guest and movie. Just play it. Trust me. 

Subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle Play and Stitcher to get the episode instantly, or download it directly from the web. I think you’ll enjoy it.

And then check out the latest episode of NOW What, in which Kevin, Glenn, Rad and I expand on the Hot Summer Guide by discussing what events we’re looking forward to in the next few months, both outdoors and at home. And that’s pretty much it for today. There’s more coming, but … well, I’m still writing it. You’ll see!

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