Hello and welcome to Cover to Credits, a podcast about books and their on-screen adaptations! Have you ever read a book and waited eagerly for its movie adaptation, only to be disappointed by the final result? On the flip side, have you ever watched a movie, only to realize it was based on a book? Have you ever wished you could dive deeper into what makes book adaptations so appealing?
Cover to Credits is the perfect podcast for book, movie and TV lovers alike. In each episode, hosts Ian George and Adina Hilton compare a book to its movie or TV series adaptation, discussing content from all genres and time periods and analyzing what changes between mediums and creators. Episodes frequently feature discussions on how gender, race and sexual identity intersect in storytelling.
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A librarian by trade, Adina brings her passion for books and literary criticism to Cover to Credits. In between reading stories to children, reading for the podcast and reading for pleasure (that’s a lot of reading!), she enjoys cooking delicious meals and taking walks around Pittsburgh. Good Reads
A cinephile by heart, Ian is the resident movie expert and graphic designer of Cover to Credits. When he isn’t editing the podcast or reading for the next episode, he’s usually playing chess online or writing something himself. Good Reads
Our Patrons are a top priority, and to show our love we release bonus episodes called After Credits anytime there’s an additional film based on a book we discuss. We’ve covered the 1974 adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express as well as the 1997 TV Mini-series of The Shining. Patrons at any tier receive these bonus episodes, as well as articles and videos we find relating to adaptations, a monthly episode schedule, and first priority on episode recommendations.