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Podcast series with Tom Secker featuring film and book reviews and discussions and investigations into military and intelligence involvement in popular culture.

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ClandesTime 202 – Messiah
The recent Netflix series Messiah depicts what would happen if a Jesus-like figure suddenly appeared and started influencing geopolitics. In...
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Subscribercast #39 – Rorschach Politics: Coronavirus
So what the hell is going on? Are we all going to die in the great corona-zombie apocalypse of 2020...
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ClandesTime Special – Kevin Gosztola on the Assange Extradition Case
In this episode I welcome Kevin Gosztola, a journalist, editor of Shadowproof and co-host of Unauthorized Disclosure. We talk about...
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ClandesTime 201 – Thirteen Days and the Cuban Missile Crisis
In 1962 the US and the Soviet Union came to the brink of nuclear war during the Cuban Missile Crisis...
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ClandesTime 200 – Extravaganza
To mark the 200th episode of this podcast I decided to combine several ideas into an open buffet of information...
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Subscribercast #38 – The Negotiator and Israel’s Nuclear Smuggling Ring
When you think of radical or counter-establishment films the 1998 thriller The Negotiator probably doesn’t come to mind, especially if...
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ClandesTime 199 – Neo Nazism and the Yugoslav Wars
What’s the connection between the wars in Yugoslavia in the 1990s and the resurgent Neo-Nazi movements popping up in Western...
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Subscriber Podcast #37 – The CIA, Torture and Hollywood
Perhaps the most insidious rewriting of recent history by Hollywood is Zero Dark Thirty‘s narrative that torture helped find Bin...
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ClandesTime 198 – The Day Shall Come
The Day Shall Come is the latest film from Chris Morris, the maker of Four Lions, and tells the story...
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Subscriber Podcast #36 – The LAPD’s Hollywood Office
Just like many federal agencies the Los Angeles Police Department have a dedicated entertainment liaison office for dealing with Hollywood....
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ClandesTime 197 – The Spycops Scandal
For decades undercover British intelligence officers have infiltrated almost every notable political movement in the UK. In this episode I...
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ClandesTime 196 – The Final Countdown
The Final Countdown is a classic of good bad cinema, featuring an aircraft carrier that goes through a wormhole and...
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Subscriber Podcast #35 – China, Censorship and South Park
Over the last few weeks a storm has been brewing about the Chinese government’s censorship of American movies, as well...
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ClandesTime 195 – The New Cultural Cold War
The original Cultural Cold War has been the subject of numerous books and articles on both sides of the divide,...
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ClandesTime 194 – Oliver Stone’s JFK
This week, I welcome to the show author and friend James Oddy to discuss the JFK assassination case and its...
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Subscriber Podcast #34 – Anti-Capitalist Pop Culture
Why is it that capitalist economies and cultures produce anti-capitalist products? In this month’s subscriber podcast I examine three examples...
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ClandesTime 193 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Aukai Collins
In 1998 the CIA got an opportunity to infiltrate one of their spies into the Al Qaeda camps in Afghanistan,...
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ClandesTime 192 – The Cinema of the Navy SEALs
The US Navy SEALs are known as the ‘quiet professionals’, but in recent times they have become the highest-profile of...
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ClandesTime 191 – The ‘Disguised’ Political Film in Hollywood
Why isn’t the ‘political film’ a genre of cinema? Hollywood puts out a consistent stream of politically-themed films, but rarely...
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ClandesTime 190 – Karl Rove and the Cultural Impact of 9/11

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ClandesTime 189 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Omar Nasiri
Omar Nasiri was a Moroccan who spent 6 years spying on Al Qaeda for several European intelligence agencies. In this...
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Subscriber Podcast #33 – American Moon
Did we really go to the moon?  Yes, probably, but American Moon is an epic 3 1/2 hour documentary that...
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ClandesTime 188 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Mubin Shaikh
The 2006 arrests of the Toronto 18 was a key moment in the post-9/11 war on terror. It helped internationalise...
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ClandesTime 187 – When Entertainment Liaison Offices Go Bad
The relationship between government liaison offices and the entertainment industry usually works well, resulting in added production value for the...
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ClandesTime 186 – NCIS
NCIS is a wildly successful TV drama, one of the most popular series of the last 20 years. This week...
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Subscriber Podcast #32 – The Looming Tower
In this month’s feature-length subscriber podcast I analyse the Hulu TV drama The Looming Tower (based on the original book...
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ClandesTime 185 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Morten Storm
Morten Storm is a Danish man who converted to Islam in the 1990s and got involved in the jihadi scene...
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ClandesTime 184 – Political Paralysis in the Information Age
What happens when people are given too much information? They feel overwhelmed, which quickly becomes apathy and political paralysis. In...
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Subscriber Podcast #31 – Rollerball
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I examine the 1975 movie Rollerball, about an ultra-violent bloodsport and the corporate dystopian society...
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ClandesTime 183 – Fields of Fire
Fields of Fire is one of the greatest movies that was never made. A brutal but sympathetic portrait of the...
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ClandesTime 182 – Clear and Present Danger
1994’s Clear and Present Danger is one of the most important movies in the cinema of the war on drugs,...
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ClandesTime 181 – The Cinema of Iran-Contra
Iran-Contra is in many ways the definitive government conspiracy – involving guns, drugs, anti-communism and black operations, it went all...
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ClandesTime 180 – The Politics of Monster Movies
Monster movies are one of the most beloved and distinctive genres in cinema, featuring a winning combination of exotic spectacle,...
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Subscriber Podcast #30 – Starship Troopers
On this month’s subscriber-only podcast I review one of my favourite films of all time – Starship Troopers. I discuss...
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ClandesTime 179 – The Philosophy and Politics of Superman
Superman is one of the world’s most recognisable cultural icons. A symbol of human idealism, he has been subject to...
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ClandesTime 178 – Black Panther vs Django Unchained
Black Panther and Django Unchained are perhaps the two most successful movies featuring black actors in lead roles that Hollywood...
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ClandesTime 177 – Ice Station Zebra
While it is now considered a Cold War classic Ice Station Zebra was a flop when it was first released....
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Subscriber Podcast #29 – Media Breakdown: Armando Iannucci at Chatham House
On this month’s subscriber-only podcast I break down a 2016 interview with British political satirist Armando Iannucci by Chatham House,...
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ClandesTime 176 – What Vice Doesn’t Tell You about Dick Cheney
Vice has won awards along with praise from audiences and critics alike, but how well does it inform its audience...
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ClandesTime 175 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Death of Osama Bin Laden
Osama Bin Laden’s death is the perfect postmodern event, in that most of the reports detailing how, where and when...
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ClandesTime 174 – The Big Short vs Margin Call
The 2008 Wall Street crash has inspired little more than a staccato response from Hollywood, with very few films taking...
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ClandesTime 173 – Public Enemies
Public Enemies is a 2009 historical drama/thriller film that tells the story of the Bureau of Investigation’s manhunt for Public...
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ClandesTime 172 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Charlie Wilson’s War
George Crile’s book Charlie Wilson’s War is the most in-depth account of the CIA’s support to the Afghan mujahideen, based...
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Subscriber Podcast #28 – Panorama Breakdown: The Skripal Affair
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I break down the BBC’s Panorama episode on the Skripal affair.  One year on from...
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ClandesTime 171 – The Last Ship
The Last Ship is one of the most popular cable TV shows of recent years, as well as one of...
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ClandesTime 170 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Anwar al Awlaki
Anwar al Awlaki rose to notoriety in the 2000s as a leading internet jihadist whose lectures and videos were very...
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ClandesTime 169 – Margaret Thatcher and the Entertainment Industry
The British government’s role in using the entertainment industry is smaller than in America, but nonetheless involves many of the...
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Subscriber Podcast #27 – The Suid Archive
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I explore several DOD-supported films and the files on them from the Lawrence Suid archive. ...
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ClandesTime 168 – Executive Decision
The 1996 action thriller Executive Decision was an early example of what should be called ‘irregular war films’, pitting a...
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ClandesTime 167 – Phil Strub’s Greatest Hits
I recently found out that Strub retired from his job as the DOD’s Hollywood liaison last July, though this wasn’t...
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The Wire Season 5 Review (preview)
In my final review of The Wire I discuss how the core theme of season 5 – truth – plays...
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ClandesTime 166 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Aimen Dean
Aimen Dean, born Ali Al-Duranni, was MI6’s spy inside Al Qaeda from 1998 to 2006. In this episode I do...
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ClandesTime 165 – Military Meta-Propaganda
Since the publication of National Security Cinema last summer, we have seen an uptick in the media coverage of the...
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The Wire Season 4 Review (Preview)
In this penultimate review episode I look at how the education system is a poor place to learn anything, how...
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Subscriber Podcast #26 – What Connects Star Wars, Manchester United and Brexit?
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I discuss the links between the sacking of the manager of Manchester United, why there...
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ClandesTime 164 – China’s Influence in Hollywood
China is without doubt a major player in Hollywood. Both private investment and state regulations and censorship have played a...
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ClandesTime 163 – Nazis in Hollywood
Nazis make the perfect Hollywood villains – instantly recognisable, obviously deplorable and easy to recreate. So why were there no...
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ClandesTime Special – The Royal Family, Brexit and Union Jackboot
This week, I welcome Matt Alford to the show to talk about the media manipulation of the image of the...
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ClandesTime 162 – The Spook Who Sat by the Door
The Spook Who Sat by the Door tells the story of the first African-American to be recruited by the CIA....
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The Wire Season 3 Review (Preview)
In part 3 of this subcriber-only review series I look at season three of The Wire. In this season the...
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ClandesTime 161 – How the Pentagon Censors Military Mental Illness in Hollywood
The men and women who are employed by the US military to fight its hegemonic wars often suffer from serious...
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Subscriber Podcast #25 – A New Direction
In this month’s susbcriber-only podcast I talk about my new screenplay project – a political satire of Hollywood. I talk...
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ClandesTime 160 – Why Doesn’t Hollywood Make War Films Any More?
Hollywood doesn’t make war films any more. This isn’t entirely true, but compared to the post-WW2 period there are a...
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The Wire Season 2 Review (Preview)
In the second of my subscriber-only reviews of The Wire I look at season 2. Focusing on smuggling through the...
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ClandesTime 159 – The Founder
The Founder is a 2016 biopic of Ray Kroc, the man who created McDonald’s. Or did he? In this episode...
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The Wire Season 1 Review (preview)
This is part 1 of a new subscriber-only review series where I talk about The Wire. In this episode I...
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Subscriber Podcast #24 – Swimming with Sharks
On this month’s subscriber-only podcast I dissect the 1994 movie Swimming with Sharks, about a young man who goes to...
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ClandesTime 158 – Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
The new Amazon series Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is the first TV show to film at CIA headquarters for several...
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ClandesTime 157 – Two Years Inside the CIA’s Office of Public Affairs
The CIA’s Office of Public Affairs (OPA) was established in the late 1970s and contains their entertainment liaison office. This...
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ClandesTime 156 – The Pentagon and Pitch Perfect 3
To unsuspecting movie audiences Pitch Perfect 3 is a piece of lighthearted family-friendly entertainment to be enjoyed and then forgotten...
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Subscriber Podcast #23 – The Merits and Demerits of Netflix
Streaming content on-demand has changed the way people think about their relationship with entertainment, and drastically changed people’s viewing habits...
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ClandesTime 155 – Production Assistance Agreements or How the Pentagon Broke the Rules for Transformers
Most government agencies sign contracts with Hollywood producers when they agree to provide support on a film or TV show....
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ClandesTime 154 – Hollywood Goes to Space Command
As part of their outreach efforts the Air Force’s entertainment liaison office has started running annual tours for dozens of...
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ClandesTime 153 – Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House
Mark Felt is a 2017 biopic starring Liam Neeson as FBI Deputy Director Mark Felt, telling the story of his...
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ClandesTime 152 – Condor
Condor is a TV reboot of Three Days of the Condor, and centres around a CIA officer who goes on...
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ClandesTime Special – Rorschach Politics: The War in Syria
In this special episode I reflect on the war in Syria and the propaganda emanating from governments on both sides. ...
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ClandesTime 151 – Rules of Engagement
The military legal drama Rules of Engagement is perhaps the greatest modern example of racist, warmongering propaganda. Unsurprisingly, it benefited...
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Subscriber Podcast #22 – Did the Marvel Cinematic Universe Troll the Pentagon?
Marvel have enjoyed a long-running and mutually beneficial relationship with the Pentagon, but there was a falling out during production...
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ClandesTime 150 – The Weather Underground
The Weather Underground were the most active and successful militant left-wing group in US history. As part of their anti-Vietnam...
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ClandesTime 149 – Rear Window
Rear Window is one of my all-time favourite films so in this episode I discuss its unique production, the ethics...
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ClandesTime 148 – The American President
The American President is a romantic comedy set in the White House, set against a backdrop of political issues that...
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ClandesTime 147 – Crime, Censorship and the Copycat Effect
For movie censors, crime is perhaps the most complex issue to make decisions about. They want the public to be...
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ClandesTime Special – Just When You Thought it was Safe to Go Back in the Novichok
For the last several weeks the British media has been in full panic mode after two people were apparently poisoned...
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Subscriber Podcast #21 – Satirising the Security State
While most entertainment supports or promote the military, police and intelligence agencies there is a smaller but important sub-genre that...
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ClandesTime 146 – The Death of David Kelly
The death of weapons expert and UN inspector Dr David Kelly in the summer of 2003 is one of the...
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ClandesTime 145 – Conspiracy Theories: John Paisley
John Paisley was a senior CIA officer who worked on Team B, was the Agency’s liaison to the Watergate burglars,...
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ClandesTime 144 – The Recruit (by Robert Muchamore)
One of the growing markets in spy fiction is pop culture aimed at teenagers or ‘young adults’. The CHERUB series...
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Subscriber Podcast #20 – National Security Cinema: One Year On
A year ago I published the book National Security Cinema: The Shocking New Evidence of Government Control in Hollywood.  On...
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ClandesTime 143 – We Were Lied to About 9/11 with Jon Gold
This week I am joined by long-time 9/11 researcher and activist Jon Gold, to talk about his new book We...
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ClandesTime 142 – The Last Supper
The Last Supper is a 1990s black comedy where a group of ultra-liberal post-graduate students invite right-wingers over for debate,...
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ClandesTime 141 – The Pentagon, Feminism and Home Improvement
In 1995 the Pentagon supported an episode of the popular sitcom Home Improvement, where Tim and Jill get to drive...
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Subscriber Podcast #19 – The Politics of Eurovision
For decades the Eurovision Song Contest has been a platform for projecting soft power and engaging in cultural warfare.  In...
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ClandesTime 140 – How the CIA Censored The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence
In 1974 former CIA officer Victor Marchetti and former State Department official John Marks published their book The CIA and...
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ClandesTime 139 – The Politics of Star Wars
This week I review the most recent Star Wars film The Last Jedi and analyse its politics. I discuss its...
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Subscriber Podcast #18 – How Pop Culture Predictively Programmed a Poisoning
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I take a look at three TV series which predicted or reinforced various aspects of...
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ClandesTime Special – Conspiracy Theories: The Salisbury Poisoning
On March 4th Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in the sleepy British city of Salisbury, by forces...
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ClandesTime 138 – The Reflecting Pool
I am joined today by Robbie Martin and Pearse Redmond to talk about the 2008 9/11 conspiracy thriller The Reflecting...
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ClandesTime 137 – Rorschach Politics: Russiagate
Russiagate has become both the gift that keeps on giving and the scandal that will not die. This week we...
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Special Extra Bonus Subscriber Podcast – Cambridge Analytica
In this special podcast just for Pearse’s patreon subscribers (also available to my subscribers) we discuss all things Cambridge Analytica,...
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Subscriber Podcast #17 – Naming the B-21 Bomber
On this month’s subscriber-only podcast I talk about my new job and why it means I’ve been unable to produce...
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ClandesTime 136 – The Politics of the Cinematic Universes
From racism and sexism to the military-industrial complex, the politics both within the Marvel Cinematic Universe and surrounding it here...
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ClandesTime 135 – Conspiracy Theories: Cambridge Analytica
Cambridge Analytica are a big data marketing firm who, according to numerous media commentators, were the critical factor in the...
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ClandesTime 134 – Spy vs. Spies
Spy is a 2004 BBC gameshow where ordinary members of the public are trained and tested by real life ex-spooks...
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Subscriber Podcast #16 – Why I do What I do
On this month’s subscriber-only podcast I talk about my political and personal motives for doing this sort of work as...
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ClandesTime 133 – Was the Unabomber Right?
Ted Kaczynski is most famous for both being the most prolific serial bomber in US history and for writing the...
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ClandesTime 132 – The Secret World of Tom Clancy Part III: US Intelligence
Aside from Ian Fleming, there is no more influential spy author than Tom Clancy. Clancy’s books (and the films and...
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Subscriber Podcast 15 – White Helmet Supremacy
On this month’s subscriber-only podcast I explain my criticisms of 21st Century Wire and Patrick Henningsen in particular.  I outline...
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ClandesTime 131 – The Science and Entertainment Exchange
The Science and Entertainment Exchange (or SEEX) has consulted on over 1300 films and TV shows in less than 10...
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ClandesTime 130 – Fake News and the Postmodern Condition
What is fake news? Where did it come from and why is it so profitable? In this week’s episode I...
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ClandesTime 129 – History by Hollywood
This week I welcome Martin Darlington, co-host of the History by Hollywood podcast, which reviews and analyses films claiming to...
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Subscriber Podcast #14 – How the Pentagon Rewrote Lone Survivor
Lone Survivor is one of very few recent DOD-supported films that is based on real events from the war on...
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ClandesTime 128 – The FBI in Hollywood
Of all the US intelligence agencies, the FBI has the longest-running relationship with Hollywood. From spying on A-listers as to...
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Extra Bonus Podcast – House of Cards 3 – The Final Cut
In our review of the final season of the original House of Cards, Pearse and I discuss whether Urquhart is...
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ClandesTime 127 – Arthur Ransome (and Swallows and Amazons)
Arthur Ransome was a well-known children’s author, best known for his series of adventure books beginning with Swallows and Amazons....
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MuckRock interviews Tom Secker
I was recently interviewed by Michael Morisy the co-founder of MuckRock, the world’s premier FOIA site.  It was an interesting...
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ClandesTime 126 – American Vandal
Today I am joined by old friend Pearse Redmond to review and discuss the Netflix TV series American Vandal, a...
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Extra Bonus Podcast – House of Cards Season 2
In this extra bonus podcast for subscribers Pearse and I discuss the second season of the British House of Cards...
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Subscriber Podcast #13 – Sex, Lies and Hollywood
In this month’s subscriber podcast I look at recent spate of allegations – and in some cases more than allegations...
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ClandesTime 125 – Why Can’t You Film at Langley Any More?
The first movie to film at CIA Headquarters at Langley was Scorpio in the early 1970s. The last major film...
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Subscriber Podcast #12 – Reality Winner (and Russiagate)
Reality Winner is a former Air Force language specialist who was working for an NSA contractor when she stole a...
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ClandesTime 124 – Has Hollywood Run Out of Ideas? (and what the govt. is doing to help)
The book of Ecclesiastes tells us, ‘The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which...
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Extra Bonus Podcast – House of Cards Season 1
Pearse hosted this podcast for his subscribers but I am also making it available for those of you who support...
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ClandesTime 123 – Buster Crabb
Lionel ‘Buster’ Crabb, OBE, was a Royal Navy frogman and MI6 diver who disappeared while on an underwater spying mission...
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ClandesTime 122 – The Fake Sheikh and Red Mercury
In 2004 three men were arrested in the UK for trying to buy red mercury – a trigger for a...
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Subscriber Podcast #11 – Contagion and the CDC’s PR Coup
The 2011 pandemic thriller Contagion was a massive PR boost for the CDC.  In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I examine...
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ClandesTime 121 – Operation Terror
This week I am joined by Robbie Martin and Pearse Redmond to review and analyse the low budget conspiracy thriller...
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ClandesTime 120 – The Pentagon’s Hostile Takeover of Hollywood
In recent years the Pentagon have not only expanded their operations in the entertainment industry, they have aggressively and pro-actively...
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ClandesTime 119 – The Cinema of the Inside Job
The 1996 action thriller The Long Kiss Goodnight was only a modest commercial and critical success, but is a cult...
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ClandesTime 118 – Ali Mohamed and the Entertainment Liaison Offices
What connects Al Qaeda to the Pentagon’s Entertainment Liaison Offices? Perhaps unsurprisingly, the answer is Ali Mohamed – the triple...
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Subscriber Podcast #10 – The Censorship of James Bond
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast we explore the censorship of the one of the world’s biggest film franchises – James...
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ClandesTime 117 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The 9/11 Intelligence ‘Failure’
In the five years running up to 9/11 the NSA were monitoring Osama Bin Laden’s satellite phone and Al Qaeda’s...
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ClandesTime 116 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Embassy Bombings
On August 7th 1998 two almost identical truck bombs exploded outside the US embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es...
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ClandesTime 115 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Manchester Manual
The Al Qaeda training manual ‘Military Studies in Jihad Against the Tyrants’ is one of the most important documents in...
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Subscriber Podcast #9 – The Mystery of the 2nd DOD-Hollywood Database
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I talk about some of my recent FOIA escapades, including my attempts to track down...
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ClandesTime 114 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Ali Mohamed
What if I told you that the same man trained Meir Kahane’s killer, the World Trade Center bombers, the African...
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ClandesTime 113 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Destruction of Yugoslavia
The conventional explanation of how Yugoslavia ‘fell apart’ is that ethnic and religious tensions led to civil wars, necessitating the...
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ClandesTime 112 – Billions
Pearse Redmond joins us to discuss the TV series Billions, which mixes elements of legal thrillers, human drama, sexual fetishes,...
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Subscriber Podcast #8 – Braindead
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I review the TV series Braindead, which is about an invading army of extraterrestrial bugs...
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ClandesTime 111 – The Manchester Bombing and the Politics of Fear
The bombing in Manchester this week was an especially horrific act of terrorism. 22 people were killed and dozens more...
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ClandesTime 110 – A Brief History of Suicide Hijackings
After the 9/11 attacks we were told that no one could have predicted that terrorists would hijack planes and use...
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ClandesTime 109 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Bojinka Plot
The Bojinka plot was one of the most imaginative and potentially devastating terrorist plans ever. Conceived by Ramzi Yousef it...
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ClandesTime 108b – Ramzi Yousef: A NeoConspiracy Theory
In this special bonus episode of ClandesTime we look at the theory that World Trade Center bomber Ramzi Yousef was...
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ClandesTime 108 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Ramzi Yousef
Ramzi Yousef is an international man of mystery who is currently serving a 240-year sentence in a Supermax prison for...
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Subscriber Podcast #7 – The Pentagon and Political Correctness
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast I look at the notion that Hollywood is a liberal propaganda machine supported by the...
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ClandesTime 107 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The TRADEBOM Investigation
This week we take a look at TRADEBOM, the FBI’s investigation into the World Trade Center bombing.   We examine how...
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ClandesTime 106 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The FBI and the WTC bombing
The WTC bombing in 1993 was a massive embarrassment for the Bureau.  It emerged at the resulting trials that the...
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ClandesTime 105 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Blind Sheikh
The Blind Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman was an Egyptian cleric who played a critical role in the early years of...
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Subscriber Podcast #6 – Under Siege (no, not that one)
In this month’s subscriber-only podcast Pearse and I discuss the 1986 TV movie Under Siege. Co-written by former Washington Post...
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ClandesTime 104 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Four Models
Beginning a new series on the history of Al Qaeda, this week I provide the basis for what’s coming in...
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ClandesTime 103 – MI5 Censorship of Panorama
In 1980 the BBC’s documentary series Panorama began developing an episode on British intelligence.  This was the first of its...
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