*This episode was recorded on Wednesday night, about 24 hours after Joey lost his mom. We hope you respect Joey’s wishes that business as usual carries on at Awards Radar, especially at this important juncture in the Oscar season. We all tried to make it an enjoyable episode, as well as a distraction for him. He deserved that, just like you all deserve a new episode. So please enjoy, but also, as he’s said and will keep saying…call your mom* -Joey, Myles, and Steve
Welcome back to the Awards Radar Podcast. In each episode, Editor Joey Magidson (that’s me!) will be joined by some of the staff of Awards Radar to talk about the latest in film, television, and entertainment in general. The show will obviously have an awards season slant to it, but we won’t forget about other movies and shows, that’s for sure!
For episode 120, I’m joined once again by my co-hosts, Myles Hughes and Steve Prusakowski. This episode focuses on the end of Oscar voting and what the Academy Award nominations might look like. There’s also questions, Myles finally understanding why I warned him about Skinamarink (reviewed here), as well as the return of an Armond White segment. Obviously, I also address the loss of my mother, but it’s not the focus of the episode. So, if that’s a trigger, just know it’s there, but I’m still trying my best to give you what you’re used to.
As always my friends and faithful listeners/readers, I do hope you all enjoy the latest episode of the Awards Radar Podcast, our 120th one to date (here’s to at least 100 more). Of course, feel free to revisit the previous installments by clicking the Podcast tab (here) on the top of the page. Plus, listen to us on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Spotify, and other platforms. More to come each and every single week, so from the bottom of my heart, thank you for listening!
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Oh Joey I am so sorry to hear your news and your business as usual decision must have been a very tough one.
I lost my Mum three years ago today and still miss her so much.
This message is off topic but I know how precious a Mum is and she can never be replaced.
Thank you. I really appreciate that.