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Following every episode of HBO Max's period drama The Gilded Age, Pod Clubhouse's Mike and Caroline will break down the show's broad strokes and nitty-gritty, while providing some historical reference.

New Money, Old Rules - The Gilded Age Podcast Pod Clubhouse

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7 • 66 Ratings

Following every episode of HBO Max's period drama The Gilded Age, Pod Clubhouse's Mike and Caroline will break down the show's broad strokes and nitty-gritty, while providing some historical reference.

    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Interview with Harry Gregson-Williams and Rupert Gregson-Williams, Series Composers)

    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Interview with Harry Gregson-Williams and Rupert Gregson-Williams, Series Composers)

    Welcome to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast!  Join Caroline and Mike each week as they discuss HBO's new period drama, The Gilded Age!







    This week on a special episode of New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast, Caroline & Mike sit down with series composers, Harry Gregson-Williams and Rupert Gregson-Williams.   





    Can't get enough of The Gilded Age's music? Well, now you can download the official soundtrack for purchase from the iTunes Store and Amazon Music. It's also available for stream at Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud, and everywhere else you listen to music.



    The official soundtrack features 39 tracks from the show's composers, Harry Gregson-Williams and Rupert Gregson-Williams, and has a run time of 1 hour and 18 minutes. 



    Here is a link to the soundtrack on Spotify!





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    GUEST BIOS:

    HARRY GREGSON-WILLIAMS is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after and prolific composers whose long list of film and television credits underscore the diverse range of his talents.  He most recently wrote the music for “The Last Duel” and “House of Gucci” both directed by Ridley Scott.  In addition, he wrote the music for Disney’s live action feature film “Mulan” which was directed by Niki Caro with whom he worked previously having scored her film “The Zookeeper’s Wife.” Gregson-Williams also co-wrote the original song “Loyal Brave True” for “Mulan” performed by Christina Aguilera.  He and his brother composer Rupert Gregson-Williams wrote the original score for the drama series “The Gilded Age” which debuted on HBO on January 24, 2022 in the US and will be available to stream on HBO Max. “The Gilded Age” launched on Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW in the UK on January 25, 2022. They previously worked together on the miniseries “Catch-22.”



    He was the composer on all four installments of the animated blockbuster “Shrek” franchise, garnering a BAFTA Award nomination for the score for the Oscar-winning “Shrek.”  He received Golden Globe and Grammy Award nominations for his score for Andrew Adamson’s “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” He has collaborated multiple times with a number of directors, including Ben Affleck on “Live by Night,” “The Town” and “Gone Baby Gone”; Joel Schumacher on “Twelve,” “The Number 23,” “Veronica Guerin” and “Phone Booth”; Tony Scott on “Unstoppable,” “The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3,” “Déjà Vu,” “Domino,” “Man on Fire,” “Spy Game” and “Enemy of the State”; Ridley Scott on “The Martian,” “Prometheus,” “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” “Kingdom of Heaven,” “The Last Duel” and “House of Gucci”; Bille August on “Return to Sender” and “Smilla’s Sense of Snow”; Andrew Adamson on the “Shrek” series, the first two “Narnia” movies and “Mr. Pip”; and Antoine Fuqua on “The Replacement Killers,” “The Equalizer,” The Equalizer 2” and “Infinite.” Some of his other recent film projects include the documentary “Return to Space” directed by Oscar-winning directors Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin with an original score by Harry and composer  Mychael Danna which marks their first collaboration together and premieres April 7, 2022 on Netflix, Disneynature’s all-new feature film “Polar Bear” which streams exclusively on Disney+ beginning April 22, 2022, “The Ambush” directed by Pierre Morel, “Life in a Day 2020” directed Kevin Macdonald, “The Meg” directed by Jon Turteltaub, Aardman’s “Early Man” directed by Nick Park for which he received an Annie Award nomination and Disneynature’s “Penguins.”  His television credits include “Whiskey Cavalier,” the miniseries “Catch-22” along with his brother Rupert Gregson-Williams and creating the main

    • 32 min
    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 109)

    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 109)

    Welcome to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast!  Join Caroline and Mike each week as they discuss HBO's new period drama, The Gilded Age!



    Photograph by Alison Cohen Rosa/HBO



    This week on a very super-sized episode of New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast, Caroline and Mike discuss the Season 1 Finale of The Gilded Age, "Let the Tournament Begin"!  





    Join in the conversation on Twitter at @podclubhouse and our Facebook Group, The Gilded Age Fan Group (HBO Series)!

    Listen, rate, review, and subscribe to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts, or wherever you listen! Please leave a 5-Star Rating! Also, write in and leave us comments on PodClubhouse.com, we'd love to hear from you!

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    Trailer | 1 | 2 | 3 | Kelli O'Hara Interview | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | Julian Fellowes and Sonja Warfield Interview



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    Credits:



    Music:

    “String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, "American", Op. 96: IV" by Antonín Dvořák.



    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast is a Pod Clubhouse original production, recorded and produced at Pod Clubhouse studios. This episode was edited by Caroline Daley and assembled by Michael Caputo.

    • 2 hr 52 min
    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Julian Fellowes and Sonja Warfield Interview)

    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Julian Fellowes and Sonja Warfield Interview)

    Welcome to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast!  Join Caroline and Mike each week as they discuss HBO's new period drama, The Gilded Age!







    On a special episode of New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast, Caroline and Mike sit down to chat with series creator, writer, and executive producer, Lord Julian Fellowes and series co-writer and co-executive producer, Sonja Warfield!  



    NOTE: This interview was recorded via Zoom and so it has less optimal audio than we're used to.





    Guest Bios:

    Writer, director, producer, novelist and actor Julian Fellowes has had an extensive and lauded career in film, television, publishing and the dramatic arts.  He received the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2002 for Gosford Park, which was his first produced film.  Fellowes is creator, sole writer and executive producer of the worldwide hit series Downton Abbey which over its six seasons received 69 Emmy Award nominations; winning 15, including writing and Outstanding Miniseries or Movie for Fellowes.  He also received a Golden Globe Award and Special BAFTA Award for Downton Abbey.  His film writing credits include Vanity Fair, Separate Lies (National Board of Review Directorial Debut Award), From Time to Time, The Young Victoria, The Tourist, Romeo & Juliet, The Chaperone, the Downton Abbey movie and the upcoming Downton Abbey: A New Era.  His television writing credits include Little Lord Fauntleroy, The Prince and the Pauper, Titanic, Doctor Thorne, Belgravia, The English Game and The Gilded Age. He is responsible for the ‘book’ of the Broadway musicals, Mary Poppins and School of Rock – The Musical for which he received a Tony nomination.  He also wrote the books for Half a Sixpence and The Wind in the Willows, both of which played in the West End in 2017.  He has written three Sunday Times Best Sellers, Snobs, Past Imperfect and Belgravia.  In January 2011, he was given a peerage and entered the House of Lords as the Lord Fellowes of West Stafford.







    Sonja Warfield is a television writer and author best known for her work on the Emmy Award-winning NBC sitcom Will & Grace as well as BET’s hit comedy The Game. Currently, she’s Co-Executive Producer for HBO’s highly anticipated historical drama The Gilded Age. Over the course of her nearly 20-year career, Sonja’s also picked up credits from a diverse range of television shows including Disney Channel’s popular Liv and Maddie; BET’s Zoe Ever After, which featured pop star Brandy; the animated series She-Ra for Dreamworks/Netflix, where she also penned an original song; and the ABC comedy Jake in Progress. She’s developed and written pilots/projects for ABC, NBC, Netflix, Nickelodeon, Lifetime, Universal TV, Sony Pictures Television and HBO. Ms. Warfield also writes feature films, including a screenplay adaptation of a novel for Alcon Entertainment and 2S, a Hilary Swank production company.



    In addition to television and film, Ms. Warfield is author of the entertaining, empowering and inspiring book Get Your Butt Off My Couch (And Your Hand Outta My Wallet), a woman’s guide to getting rid of her deadbeat husband, boyfriend or boo-thing. Sonja and her book have been featured on numerous radio and television programs including The Dr. Phil Show.



    Ms. Warfield has a B.A. in Cinema/Television-Critical Studies from the University of Southern California where she has taught television writing.



    Follow Sonja online at Twitter and at her Website.



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    • 22 min
    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 108)

    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 108)

    Welcome to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast!  Join Caroline and Mike each week as they discuss HBO's new period drama, The Gilded Age!



    Photograph by Alison Cohen Rosa/HBO



    This week on New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast, Caroline and Mike discuss Episode 8 of The Gilded Age, "Tucked Up in Newport"!  





    Join in the conversation on Twitter at @podclubhouse and our Facebook Group, The Gilded Age Fan Group (HBO Series)!

    Listen, rate, review, and subscribe to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts, or wherever you listen! Please leave a 5-Star Rating! Also, write in and leave us comments on PodClubhouse.com, we'd love to hear from you!

    MORE IN THIS SERIES

    Trailer | 1 | 2 | 3 | Kelli O'Hara Interview | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7



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    Caroline | Mike 

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    Credits:



    Music:

    “String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, "American", Op. 96: IV" by Antonín Dvořák.



    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast is a Pod Clubhouse original production, recorded and produced at Pod Clubhouse studios. This episode was edited by Caroline Daley and assembled by Michael Caputo.

    • 1 hr 36 min
    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 107)

    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 107)

    Welcome to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast!  Join Caroline and Mike each week as they discuss HBO's new period drama, The Gilded Age!



    Photograph by Alison Cohen Rosa/HBO



    This week on New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast, Caroline and Mike discuss Episode 7 of The Gilded Age, "Irresistible Change"!  





    Join in the conversation on Twitter at @podclubhouse and our Facebook Group, The Gilded Age Fan Group (HBO Series)!

    Listen, rate, review, and subscribe to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts, or wherever you listen! Please leave a 5-Star Rating! Also, write in and leave us comments on PodClubhouse.com, we'd love to hear from you!

    MORE IN THIS SERIES

    Trailer | 1 | 2 | 3 | Kelli O'Hara Interview | 4 | 5 | 6



    FOLLOW THE HOSTS ON TWITTER

    Caroline | Mike 

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    Credits:



    Music:

    “String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, "American", Op. 96: IV" by Antonín Dvořák.



    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast is a Pod Clubhouse original production, recorded and produced at Pod Clubhouse studios. This episode was edited by Caroline Daley and assembled by Michael Caputo.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 106)

    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast (Episode 106)

    Welcome to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast!  Join Caroline and Mike each week as they discuss HBO's new period drama, The Gilded Age!



    Photograph by Alison Cohen Rosa/HBO



    This week on New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast, Caroline and Mike discuss Episode 6 of The Gilded Age, "Heads Have Rolled for Less"!  





    Join in the conversation on Twitter at @podclubhouse and our Facebook Group, The Gilded Age Fan Group (HBO Series)!

    Listen, rate, review, and subscribe to New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts, or wherever you listen! Please leave a 5-Star Rating! Also, write in and leave us comments on PodClubhouse.com, we'd love to hear from you!

    MORE IN THIS SERIES

    Trailer | 1 | 2 | 3 | Kelli O'Hara Interview | 4 | 5



    FOLLOW THE HOSTS ON TWITTER

    Caroline | Mike 

    ###



    Credits:



    Music:

    “String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, "American", Op. 96: IV" by Antonín Dvořák.



    New Money, Old Rules: The Gilded Age Podcast is a Pod Clubhouse original production, recorded and produced at Pod Clubhouse studios. This episode was edited by Caroline Daley and assembled by Michael Caputo.

    • 1 hr 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

Lambiepie23 ,

Best Gilded Age (HBO Show) Fancast

Mike and Caroline are amazing! I love, love, love listening to every podcast after each episode. It is so fun and informative.

wnelistner ,

100 Percent

This expression is much overused in the podcast, but the real annoying one is 1000 percent used frequently by “teacher” Caroline. Otherwise it is an entertaining podcast.

Angelinababylove13 ,

My imagination travels to that era!

I’m in love with everything about this show the actors are wonderful the clothes the scenes and the story I just love it 💕

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