"Not really because if I take something from the play home am I haven't done my job properly. I mean everything should have been done on that state. Joel Not Empty Space. So no I mean one of the things I found quite interesting at the is is people. Say to me quite often learn those words. I do remember the Mind No. I'm just blessed in that way that I come and do but once it's a project deserve a bit about plays most obvious because it's one you do most often other than film and television. I can't remember word the day after really. I can't remember word until gum thought might be my brain just decay in but they go. You spoke earlier the fact that as you age you have this understanding that you're going back to kind of your fifteen and sixteen year old self in many ways where you feel about internally perhaps perhaps more but what would you say to fifteen or sixteen year old Glenda if you had the opportunity or is there anything you would advise them on or DR encourage them to do I was pretty good at school until I hit my teams now. Think it's when all those you you know. Whatever they called stop coursing through your veins? And I didn't spend as much time lending as I could have done for for example one of the big jokes in my form when I was about fourteen or fifteen and tended always to me that was chosen to participate. Here there were covered in the classroom senior as removable shelves and so the shelves would be removed. And I would be locked in the cupboard which the rest asked the class all knew this was a punishment for teachers. We didn't particularly like there. I was incarcerated in the cupboard and it was my job. TAP mysteriously certain moments during the clothes. I mean really. How pathetic can you get in some ways? I wish because as I said now I yeah my age I realized how little I know that I perhaps it spent more time actually learning at school than I did. What would you like to know thank? You don't pretty much everything I really would. I mean there's so many I don't for example understand visual intelligence. My landline went out and my family insisted that I get your cell phone because the people who repair your landlines very slow in doing the job so I got the cell cell phone and I pretty much knew how to make a call on it. I couldn't get incoming calls. I couldn't I didn't which PUTNEY press so I said to my grandson. Who at the the time is seven years old? He's not twelve I said to him. Would you be good enough. I said just to show me because I didn't know how to get an incoming call. He said to me I've shown you how to do do this three times. I am not doing it again. That puts you in your place. We spoke about earlier about that feeling of sometimes sometimes being alone and how the Internet and technology can unite us in a way. And I'm conscious that this podcast is going into people's ears and probably quite an isolated needed fashion. We have an audience of one in front of us and many people I think in a me too will be listening to you and say you know you had such bravery and confidence in using your own voice and stepping forward for issues or for characters or for other people and for yourself. Is there any advice or anything that you would say to people who perhaps listening to this and thinking. I don't know how I don't know if I can. I don't know if I should. They're very very difficult questions that if they are asking being themselves that I don't wear one would begin to do this. But experience is out there as others have experienced it in order. I mean and so you can tap into that but I didn't feel that anything I've done is particularly brave or outside the Norman ascendance partly because malicious my theory. Partly because I was raised by women I mean I was born in nineteen thirty six aches. You know older men in my family way war for those six years. I was raised by my mom and my aunts. My Grandma's and they also part from raising children. The country didn't they and as happened in the first world war where they had been an exactly similar situation except except that the end of that they will million men who didn't come home those women who run the country. Run the family's done everything with Patti Dilma head toll. Thank you very much. Now Go away go back. Oh did the cooking the cleaning and I think partly by what it happened out first World War I mean we got the vote eventually. Didn't we in the United Kingdom. I'm partly of the reaction of the Second World War they lose generations weren't prepared to just go away and get on with it and I think that's sort of fed into me and that was something very much that I value. Yeah I mean life had dealt all women in my family fairly a rupee cards but they are had a sense of humor. They you strongly believed in not crying over spilt milk That you know life was there to be live together and do it and don't Moan and those were very valuable and beneficial lessons so too nasty and competence confidence. I mean just just do wit thing happen and speaking of just doing it. We're sitting here. We are reimagining boldly this society that we want to build and live live in. What's the one thing you wanna see? I would just like to see the knowledge of. How is this paradoxical? Oh I know this. We are uniquely individual every single one of Assam face but we have so much share. If only we could and we should Let's hope we will Glenda Jackson. It has been the most extraordinary privilege to sit across from you this afternoon to learn from you and laugh with you and I want to hopefully instill inspiration some ideas to those who are listening. Thank you so much for being on asthma today on a U.. It's been a real pleasure to meet you. It's okay if I'm honest. That was one of the very first episode that I ever recorded episode nervous. Literally you could see my hands shaking on the table. But I hope that didn't come through to you Glenda for sharing yourself with us. This week's someone you should know is also an actress but like me. She's a little person her name is Ron Mills. And she is extraordinary in so many ways but you might be familiar with her work because she's currently starring in Harlem on Hulu. I've admired Franz work for such a long time and she's really challenging challenging the parts that people can play when they're born into specific types of bodies. 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