Public Broadcasters CBC & BBC Team For Podcasts: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Oona Chaplin To Explore J. Edgar Hoover’s Obsession with Grandfather Charlie Chaplin

Canadian CBC and of Britain BBC jointly working on a trio of podcastwhich includes a game of Thrones Actress una chaplin To root out communism in Hollywood, J.J. Explores Edgar Hoover’s campaign and his obsession with his grandfather, the silent film star Charlie Chaplin,

This project by CBC Podcasts and the BBC World Service is an extension of a collaboration commitment from 2019 in which the two national broadcasters pledged to work together to enhance their services and programmes.

Podcast includes Chaplin’s BBC Audio Wales-produced Hollywood OutcastAntica Productions and Telltale Industries’ Fodder and BBC Scotland Productions’ Billion Dollar Goldmine Scam (all working titles).

Hollywood Outcast Spanish-British actress best known for roles in will star Chaplin game of Thrones And prohibitionSeeing how Hoover’s determination to stop Hollywood’s perceived communism was centered crush Star Charlie Chaplin and the infamous House Un-American Activities Committee hearings and guide listeners through the “Hollywood Blacklist.”

the lure Journalist Hannah will be on the lookout for Ajara, an adult entertainment star whose images are being used against her will. The trip will take her from the UK to Florida and West Africa.

Billion Dollar Goldmine Scam Investigative journalist Susan Wilton, who tells the story of the massive mining fraud committed by B-X Minerals in the 1990s. It has been billed as a “tale of greed, gold and mystery”.

The three podcasts will be made available on BBC Sounds, CBC Listen and most other podcast platforms. They are scheduled for release this year and next year.

BBC Director General Tim Davey said: “I am delighted that BBC World Service is collaborating with CBC Podcasts to create new, compelling podcasts through these new commissions.” “With first-class storytelling at their heart, I look forward to bringing these podcasts to a wider audience.”

“Both the BBC and CBC/Radio Canada are leaders in podcasting and it is a great pleasure to launch this joint initiative,” said Catherine Tait, CBC’s President and CEO. “This collaboration is another way we as a public broadcaster can leverage our expertise to serve audiences at home and around the world.”