The Score with Edmund Stone
Sundays @ 5PM

The Score with Edmund Stone 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.


This week on The Score, Edmund Stone looks at gender parity in the movies.  The episode includes music from films directed by women, like Captain Marvel, Twilight, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Wonder Woman and Game of Thrones.


Join Edmund Stone for the first of a new series on The Score called The Golden Age of Hollywood. This week he features legendary greats Kirk Douglas and Olivia de Havilland, with music from classics such as Spartacus, Lust for Life, Gone with the Wind and The Adventures of Robin Hood.


Enjoy a bit of Midsummer magic on the Score as Edmund Stone whisks you away to the realms of elves and fairies.  Join the epic quest of The Lord of the Rings, make mischief with Dobby in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and marvel at Maleficent in a special journey in films about the magical folk of legend.


Scams, scandals and scoundrels are in the spotlight this week as The Score features films about the infamous and disgraced.  Hear music from real life scandals like All the President's Men and Quiz Show, along with fictional, but entirely plausible, scandals in Wall Street and Wag the Dog.


Go for a walk with Edmund Stone as he brings you music and moments from movies about man's best friend.  Canine companions from The Call of the Wild, Secret Life of Pets, The Peanuts Movie, As Good As It Gets and more will make you laugh, smile and perhaps even wipe away a tear.


Join Edmund Stone this week on The Score as he takes a musical journey that looks at how film scores have changed throughout the years.  From the lush symphonic sounds of the 1940s to World Music today, you'll enjoy excerpts from great movies including Casablanca, Star Wars, Edward Scissorhands, Black Panther and more.