The Golden Globes’ winners were announced on Twitter last night, and while the ceremony was not televised, we’re still virtually celebrating the wins. We’ve rounded up a Golden Globe Awards podcast list featuring an episode about the ceremony and one with live reactions from hosts as the winners were rolled out.
There are a variety of podcasts with background info on the night’s biggest wins for The Power of the Dog, West Side Story, and winners like Andrew Garfield, Nicole Kidman, Billie Eilish, and MJ Rodriguez, just to name a few.
Check out our complete Golden Globes podcast list below:
This 28-minute episode of The New York Times’ “The Daily” explores the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the organization behind the Golden Globes. Host Michael Barbaro spoke with his colleague Kyle Buchanan to describe last night’s award show that was live-tweeted from California. This episode also delves into the award show’s history, controversies over eight decades, and how it was not live broadcasted this year.
Next Big Picture Podcast
As the Hollywood Foreign Press announced the winners, Lauren LaMagna, Josh Parham, Ema Sasic, Dan Bayer, Zach Gilbert, and Will Mavity had a chill chat with live reactions for 2 hours and 19 minutes. They shared SAG nominations, BAFTA Longlist predictions, what they think will happen at the Oscars, and more.
Billie Eilish and Finneas’ “No Time to Die” won the award for Best Original Song, Motion Picture. Billie and Finneas stopped by The Hollywood Reporter’s “Awards Chatter” to discuss growing up together, songwriting, their career, and why working on a Bond film was on their bucket list. This episode is 1 hour and 16 minutes long.
Little Gold Men
West Side Story won in the Best Picture, Musical or Comedy category and actress Rachel Zegler won Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy. In this episode, hear the classic’s history and remakes since its original was released in 1961. “Little Gold Men” is presented by Condé Nast & Vanity Fair.
It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
MJ Rodriguez won in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama category. Last year, MJ stopped by NPR’s “It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders” to share about the show’s last season, playing house mother Blanca, kickstarting her career as Angel in Rent, LGBTQIA+ perseverance, and more in this 18-minute episode.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
Being the Ricardos‘ Nicole Kidman won for Best Actress in a Drama, and this 15-minute episode of NPR’s “Pop Culture Happy Hour” unpacks the film that illuminated the relationship and creative collaboration between Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Nicole starred as Lucille in Being the Ricardos.
This Cultural Life
Nicole Kidman joined host John Wilson for a 42-minute interview on BBC Radio 4’s “This Cultural Life” this January. Listeners will hear all about Nicole’s creative process and the experiences that have shaped her life forever, such as working with filmmakers like Jane Campion and Stanley Kubrick.
Slate’s Spoiler Specials
Power of the Dog swept awards at the Golden Globes including Jane Campion for Best Director in a Motion Picture and Kodi Smit-McPhee’s win for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture. “Slate’s Spoiler Specials” released a Power of the Dog episode in case you haven’t watched it yet and would like some spoilers, or if you want to hear more about it from Slate’s critic Dana Stevens and features editor Jeffrey Bloomer. Check out this 44-minute episode.
The Relevant Podcast
This episode of “The Relevant Podcast” spoke with Andrew Garfield in December 2021. They discussed his role in Tick, Tick … Boom! Andrew won Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy and was thrilled to work with Lin-Manuel Miranda. Tune in around the 22:25-minute mark of this episode to hear what it was like for Andrew to take on challenging roles this year, what motivates him, and how creativity has helped him along the way.
Hacks won the award for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy. Actress and star Jean Smart plays the successful comedian, Deborah Vance, and snagged the award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy. This 44-minute episode of “The Watch” chatted with Hacks creators Jen Statsky, Paul W. Downs, and Lucia Aniello on casting Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder. They also dove into combining emotion with comedy on-screen and how they developed the show’s idea.