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The Score

Saturdays, 10 to 11 am (repeat 6 to 7 pm) on WXXI-FM 91.5, WXXI-FM/HD 91.5-1, and online at
  • Hosted by Edmund Stone

The Score with Edmund Stone is a weekly celebration of symphonic music in film. Movies present listeners with the most common musical experience, and host Edmund Stone, a trained Shakespearean actor from England, presents a musical experience with timely box office tie-ins and themes.  With carefully crafted talk-sets, memorable musical elements and enticing production aesthetics, The Score is an unparalleled exploration of the musical experience that makes film such an indelible activity.

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Heaven Can Wait (1978)

8/3        Angels Among Us  Do angels visit and if so, why? Hollywood has a few theories and we’ll explore some of these in Wings of Desire, Angels in America, Heaven Can Wait, Meet Joe Black, It‘ a Wonderful Life, The Bishop’s Wife, City of Angels, Dogma, Legion, and Michael

Rotten Tomatoes

Host Edmund Stone shares music from this summer's anticipated blockbuster films.


This month Edmund Stone highlights movies with Hollywood’s ‘A’ Lister – Sigourney Weaver. (6/29)

Visit Dartmoor

Horses have been around for millions of years, and the powers they possess, both physical and emotional have captivated audiences throughout time.  Edmund Stone highlights these grand beasts in the May 11th episode.


Edmund Stone presents films that highlight the importance of language to communication and understanding, April 27th.

4/6       Undercover – double agents, reporters and operatives in pursuit of their prey  Including Serpico, BlackkKlansman, The Departed, James Bond, All the President’s Men, Where Eagles Date, Eye of the Needle, Bad Times at the El Royale, The Imitation Games, and Riley: Ace of Spies

Movies for people who don't act over 50 on the March 9th episode of The Score. 

3/2        Accidentally Unleashed, with unexpected consequencesWhat happens when accidents or good intentions get out of hand, with music and moments from the The Thing, Goose Bumps, Aladdin, Dark Shadows, The Mummy, War Games, Reign of Fire, Jurassic World, The House with a Clock in its Walls, and Big.

Deadline for submissions: March 5th!

The creative team of "The Score" is creating a very special edition  called "Fan Fare, Listener’s Favorite Movies" and we invite YOU to give us your favorites and have a chance to hear your favorites - and your name, if you like - heard on this show. Click here to join in. Edmund Stone will respond personally to each Fan Fare submission!

The Speculating Nerd Blog -

2/2        Movie Scores That Should Have Won An Oscar Although they did not win the coveted award, Edmund Stone, host and producer of The Score, believes these past nominees really were the Best Scores.  We’ll hear music from films including To Kill A Mockingbird, Gladiator, Apollo 13, Saving Private Ryan, Gladiator, WALL-E, and Once Upon a Time in the West

Den of Geek

1/5       Seen And Heard In 2018  We look back at memorable movies and their scores from the past year, including Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Ready Player One, The Incredibles 2, Mission Impossible – Fallout, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Hotel Transylvania 3, Mary Poppins Returns, and Stan & Ollie