“Films to Be Buried With with Brett Goldstein” is a Podsauce-approved Sneaky Celebrity Podcast, starring the comedian, writer, director, and star of Ted Lasso, among other projects. In a recent episode of Podsauce, Alesha shared that she enjoys watching the Emmy Award-winning show, Ted Lasso, and thinks Brett’s interview podcast is fantastic. Brett hosts this series and wants to know about the films you treasure most – the ones you’d like to be buried with in your sarcophagus and hypothetically take along to the afterlife.
Since 2018, “Films To Be Buried With with Brett Goldstein” has released over 180 episodes and counting. Start the show in any order, with standalone guests each episode. The average run time of episodes is under 90 minutes long, and you can check out new episodes every week. You’ll learn random facts about celebrities and perhaps find some movie titles to level up your watch list.
Brett loves chatting about “life, death, love, and the universe” with the podcast’s celebrity guests where the wide-ranging conversations span beyond films and acting. He’ll ask pointed questions like what’s the first film you remember seeing? And which film do you most relate to? He wants to find out how movies line up with his guests’ most significant life moments.
In past episodes, Brett spoke with Maisie Williams, James Acaster, Catherine Ryan, Scroobius Pip, and Steven Cree, just to name a few. In 2021, Brett sat down twice with Yvette Nicole Brown to chat with the actor and writer about her work, existential questions, and more. Jimmy Carr discussed book writing, comedy, grief, and the art of films. Patton Oswalt stopped by the podcast in 2020 to unpack Zoom comedy shows and pandemic life. Over the holidays, Brett created a festive mix.
This January, comedic actor Danielle Pinnock talked about her Chicago days at Second City, hosting dinner parties with the deceased if the opportunity arises, appearing in the Ghosts remake, her love for theater, and of course, her favorite films.
Check out new, weekly episodes of “Films To Be Buried With with Brett Goldstein” wherever you listen to your favorite shows.