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Gene and Roger

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The Lasting Impact of Siskel and Ebert

In this excerpt from The Ringer’s narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ Brian Raftery examines how Siskel’s and Ebert’s legacies continue to live on in all forms of media

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Tragedy Strikes Siskel and Ebert

In this excerpt from The Ringer’s narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ Brian Raftery examines Siskel and Ebert’s last decade together

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Siskel and Ebert vs. the Academy

In this excerpt from The Ringer’s narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ Brian Raftery examines how Siskel and Ebert helped permanently change the Academy’s voting practice for the Oscars in the ’90s

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The Siskel and Ebert Wannabes

In this excerpt from The Ringer’s narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ Brian Raftery explores how the shows that tried to copy Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert failed to find success

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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert vs. the ’80s Blockbuster

In this excerpt from The Ringer’s narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ Brian Raftery explores how Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert reviewed one of the best (and worst) decades for movies

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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert: Movie Critics for the People

In this excerpt from The Ringer’s narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ Brian Raftery explores how Siskel and Ebert set the standard for movie reviewing in the ’80s

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“Is the Room Big Enough for Both These Guys?” 

In this excerpt from The Ringer’s narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ Brian Raftery explores Gene Siskel’s and Roger Ebert’s beginnings in movie criticism.

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How Siskel and Ebert Taught a Generation to Argue

In this excerpt from "I Must Destroy Him," the first episode of The Ringer’s new narrative podcast series ‘Gene and Roger,’ host Brian Raftery explains how two megastar movie critics created media as we know it.

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Introducing ‘Gene and Roger’

In The Ringer’s latest podcast, the legacy of two of the most iconic American movie critics is chronicled through family, film, and more