The Score

Sundays @ 5PM


The Score
is a weekly celebration of symphonic music in film, and a fascinating guided tour through America's best-loved art form. It includes timely box office tie-ins and enticing weekly themes. Host Edmund Stone is a classically trained Shakespearean actor whose background includes a variety of stage and screen roles.

1/15

The Transformative Power of Music: Movie music soothes, heals and transforms us in many ways. On this week's program, host Edmund Stone presents some of the finest examples, including Schindler's List, The Mission, 1917 and a few more.

1/22

Sixty Years of 007 (Part One): This week, The Score honors one of cinema's oldest franchises: Bond, James Bond. Spanning 60 years and 25 movies, it's impossible to do justice to the iconic, elegant spy so host Edmund Stone has a double dose of 007 for you. This week's program features music of the early films, from Dr. No, Goldfinger, You Only Live Twice, Live and Let Die, to The Spy Who Loved Me and more.

1/29

Sixty Years of 007 (Part Two): The Score continues to honor one of cinema's oldest franchises. This week, you'll hear music from Living Daylights, The World is Not Enough, Casino Royale, Skyfall, Spectre and No Time to Die.

2/5

The Voice and Vision of Black Composers:  The Score honors Black History Month with a celebration of the vibrant perspectives and fresh vision Black composers have made to the film industry. Join Edmund Stone, creator and host of The Score, for conversations with award-winning composers Terence Blanchard and Michael Abels. We'll also feature film music from Kathryn Bostic and the legendary Quincy Jones.

2/12

Music and Love - A Magical Mix:  Love is in the air on The Score this week as Edmund Stone brings you a musical bouquet of some beautiful music from some of the most romantic movies of all time. From Romeo and Juliet to The Notebook and If Beal Street Could Talk, it's a magical mix of love set to music.

2/19

John Williams - The Man Who Changed Movie Music (Part One):  This week, Edmund Stone honors John Williams, the man who created some of the most memorable music in movie history. In Part One, thrill to some of his early work that changed movies, and movie-goers, forever:  Star Wars, Jaws, E. T., the Jurassic World and Indiana Jones series and more.

2/26

John Williams - The Man Who Changed Movie Music (Part Two):  Edmund Stone continues his tribute to John Williams with music from his more recent films. Enjoy the magic of Harry Potter, music from Memoirs of a Geisha, The Book Thief, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and more.