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And you're listening to the frame on eighty nine point three KPCC. And now here's John horn last night, that guy took home the Tony award for lead actor in a play Bryan, Cranston, one for his portrayal of the news anchor Howard Beale in network. It's a stage adaptation of the nineteen seventy six movie written by petty chefs gate and directed by Sidney lumet. All of you get up out of your tears right now go to the window, open it stick out your head. And I want you to know. This any more. I spoke with Bryan, Cranston earlier this year about network and we discussed why it's story of a veteran TV newsman trying to wake up a generation, turn numb by TV is so relevant today. Here's part of that conversation when I heard four years ago, and I had a lunch with Yvo, vinho Vare director in London. And he said he wanted to do this, and I was excited about it because I remembered network from the seventies when I was in college, and it resonated, then but at the time, I, I took it, and I think it was intended by Patty to be satirical, that wouldn't it be strange wouldn't it be weird if out of this addiction to whatever is the newest technology. This forms are complete an utter addiction to and someone can come out of that realm and lead the world, you could be your mind could be reshaped. What may have been satirical, back in the seventies is now we're living the other thing that was important about Howard Beale. And this is what Diana who is the woman who comes in to promote his rage says Howard Beale, sat there last night, and said, what every American feels that he's tired of all the Bs Bs is my word, not the place where he's articulate in the popular rage. Let's go. Let's look..