Fighting on Film podcast


23 August 2021
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A weekly podcast aims to explore the best and worst of the war movie genre.
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The Fighting On Film podcast is hosted by history YouTuber Robbie McGuire and firearms historian Matthew Moss. They explore the best and worst from the much-loved war movie genre. With everything from the making of discussed to in-depth weapon and kit chat, the boys pick apart the best bits from each movie covered. From the days of chivalry and swords to the Normandy beachhead if it's been in a war movie they are going to talk about it.

Matthew is a small arms historian and researcher. War movies played a huge part in forming his interest in military history and how they depict conflicts and shape perceptions of conflict within popular culture. He is one of the hosts and provides expert level weapons chat. The other host is Robbie McGuire, who is a documentary maker on YouTube and has experience as an actor and historical re-enactor. He brings his knowledge of acting and wearing the kit on display within the films featured, to add a unique level of insight on the show.

You can listen to the podcast on the website and it is available from all popular streaming services including Spotify, Apple podcasts and Podbean. The team releases new episodes every Wednesday. The podcasts are free to listen to there is a Patreon page if listeners wish to support the show.



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