A podcast about Twin Peaks, with Andy Hazel and some extremely special guests.
An Interview With Harry Goaz
35:00Dragging Twin Peaks a Season Three Podcast back from the wilderness with all the requisite care and respect, is Deputy Andy Brennan. The man behind the icon, Harry Goaz, joins us to talk about his new role in the Eddie Alcazar film The Vandal. Fresh from winning new fans at the Cannes Film Festival, The Vandal (executive produced by Darren Aronofsky, and starring Bill Duke) is already being tipped to be an Oscar contender. Harry also shares his thoughts about his book Ballroom Harry Volume II, and of course, Twin Peaks, in all its forms. All this, and a wrap up of what we know, and what we can surmise, about David Lynch's new television series 'Unrecorded Night'. Music by: @theblackhundred Find us: @TPSeason3 Find The Vandal: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14812804/ Find Harry's book: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/ballroom-harry-harry-goaz/1133391144
An interview With Twin Perfect about his video 'Twin Peaks ACTUALLY EXPLAINED (No, Really)'
45:22The four-and-a-half-hour YouTube video 'Twin Peaks ACTUALLY EXPLAINED (No, Really)' has inspired more theorising and critiquing that almost any piece of criticism since the end of Season 3. The brain behind it, a YouTuber named Rosseter, has divided fans with his bold claims and authoritative approach, but received widespread acclaim from many who've watched his video. While he admits he might change its name in the future, once the SEO has done its work, Rosseter won't be changing his mind about his conclusions that will, regardless of what you think of them, make you want to rewatch Twin Peaks. Music by: @TheBlackHundred Find us: @ TPSeason3 Find him: @ Twin_Perfect Find the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AYnF5hOhuM
An Interview with Johanna Ray
38:30For the final episode of 2018 we'll share an interview with casting director Johanna Ray. Johanna has worked with David Lynch on all of his projects since the filming of Blue Velvet, in 1985, including Twin Peaks and Twin Peaks Season 3. In the interview, Johanna is very forthcoming about her fascinating career and about the 2019 film The Happy Worker, directed by Twin Peaks editor and sometime director Duwayne Dunham, and executive produced by David Lynch. Music by: @theblackhundred Find us: @TPSeason3
A recap of Conversation with the Stars, and an interview with Brad Dukes
46:32We're back with a discussion of the Conversation With the Stars event that took place across Australia and New Zealand in August and September. Andy finally got author Brad Dukes to sit down for a chat about his book Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks, what life was like inside the hothouse of secrecy and leaks during the production of Season 3, and how despite knowing more than almost anyone, Season 3 defied Brad's expectations. During the interview, Brad mentions Greil Marcus's mention of his book on Pitchfork: https://pitchfork.com/features/greil-marcus-real-life-rock-top-10/9895-i-need-to-scream-what-it-means-to-be-a-fan/ Brad also mentions the Washington Post article that samples heavily from an early chapter of his book: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/10/07/twin-peaks-is-back-but-its-a-miracle-the-show-made-it-to-tv-in-the-first-place/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.1b8443888ad7 And, in case you missed it, the TMZ leak that confused and excited everyone for two years, including Brad: http://www.tmz.com/2015/10/10/twin-peaks-leak-video-laura-palmer/ Music by: @TheBlackHundred and Chromatics Find us: @TPSeason3 Find Brad: @TwinPeaksBook
An interview with Rebekah del Rio, and Twin Peaks: Conversations with the Stars
46:26Finally! For this special episode Andy chats to Rebekah del Rio over afternoon tea at Hobart's Dark Mofo Festival to find out about her contributions in Mulholland Drive and Episode 13 of The Return. He also takes a look at Twin Peaks: Conversations With the Stars, a showcase of five original cast members and executive producer Sabrina Sutherland set to tour Australia in August and September. Music by: @TheBlackHundred Find us: @TPSeason3 It's weaponised nostalgia. You wouldn't do this to Barbara Streisand.
Twin Peaks The Return: The Journey of Agent Cooper, with Keith Gow
54:35In our final episode (for the foreseeable future), we focus on the journey of Dale Cooper. “The core of it is Agent Cooper’s odyssey back to Twin Peaks,” said Showtime president David Nevins. Who are we to argue? To follow this faint and complex path Andy is joined by screenwriter, director and Twin Peaks nerd Keith Gow, author of the much shared and cited article "You Are Far Away: Agent Cooper and His Troubling Return to Twin Peaks" to discuss the origins, journey and possible futures of Agent Cooper. You can find Keith's article here: http://www.keithgow.com/2017/09/you-are-far-away-agent-cooper-and-his.html. You can find us at TPSeason3 Music by: @theblackhundred
Twin Peaks The Return: Roundtable discussion 2, and an interview with John Neff
1:43:25For our second roundtable discussion of The Return we take a final lap through the characters and places before dropping in for a chat with long-time David Lynch sound collaborator John Neff, John talks about their song No Stars, their band Bluebob and why he thinks he's seen The Return before. Special guests this week include film theorist Eloise Ross, composer and music therapist Bec Blakeney and Christian McCrae, writer of the forthcoming book 'Dune'. All this and analysis that has listeners saying "more please", and friends saying "you're STILL doing that?" Find us at @TPSeason3 Music by: Harry Dean Stanton, Bluebob and @theblackhundred Music
Twin Peaks The Return: A roundtable discussion, and an interview with Damian Lund
1:28:43This week we bring back some of the guests we've had in earlier episodes to talk about Twin Peaks The Return, as a finished entity. We open with a rant from Andy, have a freewheeling discussion that returns to the topic of Twin Peaks as a trauma narrative, what to make of Cooper's journey and Bis finishes with an extremely powerful and satisfying theory about Part 18. Finally, we have an interview with Damian Lund, set dresser and recurring extra in the show in which he shares some insights into the production and tells us what it was like to be the first person to eat cherry pie at the Double R (you can get some idea by looking at the picture above). Damian was walking the streets of Brooklyn during our interview so the audio quality isn't great, but his enthusiasm more than makes up for it. Music by @theblackhundred Find us on Twitter and Facebook at TPSeason3.
Twin Peaks The Return: Part 18, and an interview with Sabrina Sutherland
1:27:19Our discussion the final two parts of Twin Peaks the Return concludes with a profound mix of satisfaction, joy and sadness. Thomas Caldwell helps us come to terms with the realities, resolutions and reinterpretations. This episode ends with an interview with Twin Peaks The Return's producer Sabrina Sutherland who talks about her long journey before and during production, and what's next. All this and analysis that's been described as "rich" from the podcast that someone on Reddit said was "probably in my top 10 Twin Peaks podcasts". Music by @theblackhundred Chat at TPSeason3
Twin Peaks The Return: Part 17, with Thomas Caldwell
1:11:42Our discussion of Parts 17 and 18 have been divided into two episodes. Part 18 will be out on Thursday AEST (Wednesday in the US and UK) with an interview with Twin Peaks The Return producer Sabrina Sutherland. Joining us to discuss the extremely bold turns the show is taking in its final hours is film reviewer, actual David Lynch scholar and film festival programmer Thomas Caldwell. Who'll cry during the podcast? Who'll reference Lacan? Who'll request essays about Asian bodies being used as literal shells for caucasity? Who'll do a shockingly bad East London accent? All this and analysis that's been described as "brilliant" spoken by people who have "nice accents". Music by @theblackhundred Sounds by @thembisoddell Chat at TPSeason3