Hosted by L.A. Times television reporter Yvonne Villarreal, "Can’t Stop Watching" features conversations with TV stars who’ve helped make the recent weeks of self-quarantine both bearable and entertaining. The actors and showrunners interviewed on the podcast will talk about their most fascinating roles, how their characters would handle the coronavirus, and what they’re watching on television right now.
Reporting dire news out of America and at home, Russian news anchor Viktor Antonov attempts to guide his audience through what may be the beginning of the end. Everywhere is a battlefield.
‘SIGN OFF’ is a branded podcast from LA Times Studios paid for by Bleecker Street and LD Entertainment in support of the film ‘I.S.S.’ only in theaters January 19th.
Following a wave of cyber attacks against the U.S., news anchor Maria Mason finds herself at the center of an escalating crisis where the International Space Station emerges as a strategic foothold.
‘SIGN OFF’ is a scripted, branded podcast from LA Times Studios paid for by Bleecker Street and LD Entertainment in support of the film ‘I.S.S.’ only in theaters January 19th.
"Foretold" is the newest podcast from the L.A. Times, and we're sharing a preview of the first episode with you here today.
In the fall of 2019, reporter Faith E. Pinho received a tip from a woman named Paulina Stevens. Paulina claimed she had grown up in an insular Romani community in California, where she was raised to be a wife, mother and fortuneteller — until she decided to break away. That first call unraveled a story spanning multiple continents, hundreds of years, and complex metaphysical realities.
Follow "Foretold" to hear new episodes every Tuesday.
Introducing Border City
Border City is a new L.A. Times Presents podcast from the San Diego Union-Tribune. It's a story about beauty, violence and belonging in Tijuana. Enjoy this sneak peek, and be sure to listen and follow wherever you listen to podcasts.
Introducing: Binge Sesh
Season 1 of “Binge Sesh” pulls back the curtain on HBO’s “Winning Time” series about the L.A. Lakers of the 1980s, one of the sports’ most unforgettable dynasties. Enjoy this sneak peek, and be sure to listen and follow wherever you listen to podcasts.
Today, we can’t stop watching Paul Mescal, who plays the popular high school sports star Connell Waldron on “Normal People.” Mescal’s role earned him an Emmy nomination for lead actor in a limited series. He talks about what it was like to shoot his first sex scene on the show, why he left Gaelic football for the stage and his experience starring in a music video for the Rolling Stones during lockdown.
Great Interviews !!!
Yvonne always delivers a great interview. She is well informed, knows her guests and their body of work. You can tell she has done her homework; its evident in the type of questions she asks. As a fan, I am always satisfied after seeing or listening to an interview Yvonne has conducted.
Great guests, thoughtful questions, and the length of the show is perfect! Keep it up
Interviewer Ruins Potential
This podcast pulls some of the most interesting actors in the industry, and then the interviewer asks questions like it’s a middle school project. Interviews should be more than simply a question and an answer with no response from the interviewer.