Tarantino's Jukebox

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Composer and film music historian Robert Ziegler talks to American filmmaker Quentin Tarantino about the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

Music plays a key role in Tarantino's films, including Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, and he reveals to Robert his musical influences and the way in which he plunders his own backstory, remembering the tracks of his youth and making references to - and featuring music from - cult films and television.

Recorded on location in Tarantino's favourite virtual Los Angeles diner, the programme also provides an insight into the way music can infuse a film, and the way a film can bring music back to life from the dusty vaults.

It not only forages in the annals of great popular music, but focuses on the new styles of music Quentin has found for his latest movie, Inglourious Basterds.

The programme also features contributions from Mary Wilson of the Supremes, the Dusty Springfield's manager Vicki Wickham, film producer Laurence Bender, music and film critic Paul Gambaccini, film editor Sally Menke and music supervisors Mary Ramos and Karyn Rachtman.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Quentin Tarantino discusses the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

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20160628 (BBC7)
20160629 (BBC7)

Composer and film music historian Robert Ziegler talks to American filmmaker Quentin Tarantino about the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

Music plays a key role in Tarantino's films, including Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, and he reveals to Robert his musical influences and the way in which he plunders his own backstory, remembering the tracks of his youth and making references to - and featuring music from - cult films and television.

Recorded on location in Tarantino's favourite virtual Los Angeles diner, the programme also provides an insight into the way music can infuse a film, and the way a film can bring music back to life from the dusty vaults.

It not only forages in the annals of great popular music, but focuses on the new styles of music Quentin has found for his latest movie, Inglourious Basterds.

The programme also features contributions from Mary Wilson of the Supremes, the Dusty Springfield's manager Vicki Wickham, film producer Laurence Bender, music and film critic Paul Gambaccini, film editor Sally Menke and music supervisors Mary Ramos and Karyn Rachtman.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Quentin Tarantino discusses the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

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For the first time since Hitchcock, moviegoers have embraced a film director whose name denotes a genre in itself.

Transcending his reputation as a maker of violent movies, Quentin Tarantino is also recognised by his fans and admirers as an exceptional soundtrack producer. True Romance, Natural Born Killers, Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill... Tarantino selected all the tracks himself. In the 2nd of two programmes, the enfant terrible of American Cinema reveals his musical obsessions and his influences, and talks us through the contents of his virtual jukebox.

Music is a critical element in many movies, but never more so than in Tarantino's - he plunders his own backstory, remembering the tracks of his youth, as well as often making references to - and featuring music from - cult movies and television.

This intriguing documentary (coming to you from the red leatherette banquettes of Quentin's favourite virtual diner in LA) not only forages in the annals of great popular music, it focuses on the new styles of music Quentin has found for his latest movie Inglourious Basterds, which was recently nominated in the Best Picture category at the Oscars.

Also featuring film producer Laurence Bender, music and movie critic Paul Gambaccini, film editor Sally Menke, composer Charles Bernstein and music supervisors Mary Ramos and Karyn Rachtman.

Presented by conductor/composer and film-music historian Robert Ziegler.

Produced by Heavy Entertainment.

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Composer and film music historian Robert Ziegler talks to American film-maker Quentin Tarantino about the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

Music plays a key role in Tarantino's films, including Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, and he reveals to Robert his musical influences and the way in which he plunders his own backstory, remembering the tracks of his youth and making references to - and featuring music from - cult films and television.

Recorded on location in Tarantino's favourite Los Angeles diner, the programme also provides an insight into the way music can infuse a film, and the way a film can bring music back to life from the dusty vaults.

The programme also features contributions from Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Dusty Springfield's manager Vicki Wickham, film producer Laurence Bender, music and film critic Paul Gambaccini, film editor Sally Menke and music supervisors Mary Ramos and Karyn Rachtman.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Quentin Tarantino discusses the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

Recorded on location in Tarantino's favourite virtual Los Angeles diner, the programme also provides an insight into the way music can infuse a film, and the way a film can bring music back to life from the dusty vaults.

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Robert Ziegler meets Quentin Tarantino, producer of exceptional film soundtracks.

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For the first time since Hitchcock, moviegoers have embraced a film director whose name denotes a genre in itself.

Transcending his reputation as a maker of violent movies, Quentin Tarantino is also recognised by his fans and admirers as an exceptional soundtrack producer. True Romance, Natural Born Killers, Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill... Tarantino selected all the tracks himself. In the first of two programmes, the enfant terrible of American Cinema reveals his musical obsessions and his influences, and talks us through the contents of his virtual jukebox.

Music is a critical element in many movies, but never more so than in Tarantino's - he plunders his own backstory, remembering the tracks of his youth, as well as often making references to - and featuring music from - cult movies and television.

This intriguing documentary (coming to you from the red leatherette banquettes of Quentin's favourite virtual diner in LA) not only forage in the annals of great popular music, they provide a unique insight into the way music can infuse a film, and the way a film can bring music back from the dusty vaults.

Also featuring Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Vicki Wickham (manager of Dusty Springfield), film producer Laurence Bender, music and movie critic Paul Gambaccini, film editor Sally Menke and music supervisors Mary Ramos and Karyn Rachtman.

Presented by conductor/composer and film-music historian Robert Ziegler.

Produced by Heavy Entertainment.

Composer and film music historian Robert Ziegler talks to American film-maker Quentin Tarantino about the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

Music plays a key role in Tarantino's films, including Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, and he reveals to Robert his musical influences and the way in which he plunders his own backstory, remembering the tracks of his youth and making references to - and featuring music from - cult films and television.

Recorded on location in Tarantino's favourite Los Angeles diner, the programme also provides an insight into the way music can infuse a film, and the way a film can bring music back to life from the dusty vaults.

The programme also features contributions from Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Dusty Springfield's manager Vicki Wickham, film producer Laurence Bender, music and film critic Paul Gambaccini, film editor Sally Menke and music supervisors Mary Ramos and Karyn Rachtman.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Quentin Tarantino discusses the music he has used to soundtrack his films.

Recorded on location in Tarantino's favourite virtual Los Angeles diner, the programme also provides an insight into the way music can infuse a film, and the way a film can bring music back to life from the dusty vaults.

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