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The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"When did you get into him with that said of along alongside of metal and stuff? Well, I mean in the ages those into eight is boys. So there wasn't a lot of to be into a lot of east quite bad. It is quite. Yeah. Did you go see labyrinth that see I never had the perfect time to see labyrinth in a movie theater at twelve midnight where everybody's kinda drunk. Then it's the greatest film ever made is the ideal St Louis, but didn't really get into Bowie. Probably in the nineties is when record this should although CDs, and it's still the best Risha Campion Bowie ever could it all at bona strikes. Yeah. Mazing you go sit a fall brilliant new songs per out directly Verizon house, if you're going to buy CD's hunt, those noun it's also the best sounding boy. But yeah, and I remember very quickly my favorite album was not alum your way to a movie my favorite. Everybody greatest voice. He turns on my favorite boy is is station to station. Oh, yeah. The page the one he says he has no memory of making right giant holes in his head. Yeah. Civilizations. My favorite Lewis. Second favorite. Yeah. Yeah. My third favorite Bowie is probably Dory. Oh, I was just going to say. Yeah. I you gift I like gifts. This is say a rare yellow vinyl of let's dance. They that single that you're holding was given to me by a listen to this program called Mike, Gordon, he lives in Australia, and he sent it to me very kindly. Thanks, very much, Mike, and I hope you don't mind that I'm now possibly onto Marlon this is after fan a worthy person that some point in my life pass onto it's an option. All you could do what I did which was just prop it up on your shelf and admire it, I just thought it was a nice thing. When did he give it to you? He sent it to me year or two ago. So you sit I two years have houses onto a working person. I don't know maybe. Wait continue. Hey, welcome back podcasts that was Marlon James. They're great pleasure to meet him. And as I said before as a few links to bits and pieces that we talked about in the description of this putt cost. Anyway, I'm very grateful to him for making the time. Oh, it's cold out here. Why is it so cold a head back to the wolf costlo buckles? But before I go a couple of things don't forget that. There is an episode of the Adam Buxton podcast coming up in a few weeks. Not sure exactly when but it will feature a conversation between myself, Richard Iowa, and Sara Pascoe about JD Salinger's novel catcher in the rye. And I talked about this briefly couple of podcasts ago, but just wanted to remind you or tell you if you didn't listen to that podcast that it's kind of a book club situation. So if you would like to read catcher in the rye before listening to that podcast that now's your.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Ball. Gye mud cost been now, you out that podcast out and started listening. I took my micro and found some human folk then I recalled it all while. I name as at Boxster nine. I want you to joy, that's the. Hey, how you doing podcasts Adam Buxton here? Yeah. Guess where I am. That's right off way up a mountain in Peru with bed grills and hipster drug smugglers know, not I mean, he stangely beg on my routine. I'm sticking to it as long as I can. Out here with Rosie. Hey, rose gives a hug you. Doc, telling rose, I love her in her own voice must be confusing. Four. As I speak. It's a blustery evening. The sun is going down. And I'm looking out over a field that was harvested awhile back and is now covered with stubble. Little short straw, stumps. And this spider community have woven threads between the tops of every stump. And now that the sun is low on the horizon, it's all back lit. So it looks like you'll very very high above thousands of tiny little golden rope bridges stretched between a forest of very straight trees. It's quite as spectacular sight. Shut up buckles. Tell us about the podcast. All right. Put cost number eighteen three features a conversational ramble with British actor writer comedian and action figure Simon Pegg. I got to know Simon at the end of the nineteenth of to seeing him in TV shows like I'm Alan Partridge Brosseau. And of course, the sitcom spaced directed by Edgar right, featuring co writer, Jessica Hynes and Nick frost and keep and so many other great great people, and I would bump into all. All that lot at social events in London now and then during the early two thousands, and it was always good to see them. And then in two thousand six Edgar cost me as annoying local reporter Tim messenger in hot fuzz, which he had co written with Simon and I enjoyed a very happy couple of weeks with Simon and the rest of the cost on location in wells where my character was superbly and gory dispatched by a falling church. Spire by the time hot fuzz came out in two thousand seven Simon had also paid in mission impossible three alongside Tom Cruise. And he was off on a path that has seen him continue to work with Edgar and Nick frost as well. As far as I can tell pretty much all of his childhood heroes on projects like Steven Spielberg's Tinton and ready player one. More impossible missions with the cruiser and various joints into the universities of Star Wars and Star Trek all of which we talked about in this conversation, which incidentally was recorded in October of this year twenty eight at Simon's house out in the country north of London where he lives with his wife Maureen and his daughter Tilly, Simon and I sat down.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Because I mean, a stay agents are their garbage. Well, they don't all garbage. But they I mean, they are they're they're like I don't like doing a punk game. Jamie's carrot staff is I mean, he is such an idiot. Like we've seen it. Now. They've cut it together. We watched it all I absolutely love of like, it's really the pilots one of the funniest things. Have you seen it? Yeah. Well, yes. So I the pilot, but that the black the black it so it feels like such such a good thing. I think because it's like a character comedy written by comedian cost with character comedians comedians, like most of the. Parts you're like, oh, that's my friend who's a comedian. You know, so much TV that's made nowadays, it's comedy. They'll be like a comedian at the heart of it. And then it's lots of actresses. And I'm not saying this is funny. But ain't funny. Guess what? They ain't as funny as comedians. I didn't know it felt like a very special stupid time in my life. And I was like, you know, I'm doing it with my brother who I is my best friend and fancy him. Nice. You know, and like L E Y. He's my partner she played like my best friend, then Williams, Linnet LIAM's Annette. I mean our Roberts who plays mice. Love interest is one of the funniest human beings. I I mean, I can't express with words is Adam Buxton in it. I thought he was quite visiting punk costs way. He didn't even ask him. Six definitely would have done it. And he would have been amazing. Maybe you're own. Maybe he is in. Yeah. Maybe I should just check. I should just probably check. I mean, there's things you can do with days. I'm not saying we can't see you in every saying I'm not saying we can't buy most saying we can't always should. I like the noise you made when I asked if Adam in was in Steph static I was trying to be like Mike, and I was thinking my head. How do you make with my mouth annoys of someone being like lightning funny way, then our air and the door shot and the car drives off I could do Santa Fe. Okay. Do that. So so you me, and then do this out of eight is Adam Buxton staff. Come back. Comes. Hey, sorry. Oh, sorry. I talk. Yeah. Staff. That sounds great. That's good stuff. Let's flats now because let's black. So funny. We me Jamie recently in America together because we're legends and him trying to explain it to American people. So it's stuff. Let's flats start is not a name that everyone knows in England. But America, they don't have let's out there. And there have flats why he he's sorry. He's what with a with a flat white like a coffee, and what to stack staff staff it would have to be cooled Greek boy rents apartments. So yes. So it's it was called staff. Sounds bit like staffers Steph infection as well. That's interesting. I've never heard of that. Thank you Stathis is the name of the character. The ingredients it's such a good name for the character, though. It's like the noise of staff around I'm staff it worked. So. Well, he's staff staff, but you could miss here. It a style big time. I mean, Steph Laycock aureus. Names bacteria that can cause a multitude of diseases. This is my on my big break you have to stop. We're naming back to know. It is obviously would have gone back could himself. Tony, maybe I didn't want to speak from his behalf..

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Mall. Gye mud cost been now, you out Fluck that puck cost out and started listening. I took my micro and found some folk then I recalled it all the noises while these. I name as at Buxton. I want you to joy, that's the. Hey, how you doing what cats Adam Buxton here walking on quite miserable day here in the east of England October twenty eighteen something very cold this last week just a few days ago. I was walking through these fields underneath spectacular skies. Beautiful over the top George Lucas style Star Wars prequel CG sunsets. And now, it's all gray and cold. Oh, lordy. Thermos the God of temperature sensitivity, and I can tell you that the temperature. Now, I'm gonna guess at ten degrees celsius. Thumb sus checking his phone. To see the actual temperature. And it is at seven. Seven with rain. And let's look at the forecast. Rain sunday. Rain, Monday, rain, Tuesday, rain, Wednesday, rain, Thursday, rain, Friday, a bit of sunshine, Saturday, rain Sunday. Rain, Monday, rain, man. Oh, well, we've got each other. And we've got for episode Eighty-one a long conversational ramble recorded in London in September of this year with friend of the podcast and mine since we were about thirteen journalist and documentarian Louis through. Some of you listening may have tattooed Louise face onto a part of your body. If you search Louis through tattoos on Google, you will find a much larger selection than perhaps, you might expect. Many of the tattoos. Make Louis looked like Harry Potter. It's quite a strange phenomenon. Anyway, I don't speak to Louis about that. Instead, we talked about the three new documentary films set in America that Louis has made for the BBC this year under the banner altered states. Says Louis in the press release. I've always been interested in how people conduct the most intimate aspects of their lives for this series. We looked at new ways Americans are approaching some of humanity's oldest dilemmas pregnant mums who feel unequipped to keep their babies. And so pick new parents for them the world of poly-amorous, aka ethical, non monogamy and people with debilitating conditions who opt to hasten their own deaths. So quite a lot of serious stuff to talk about that. Including in the second half of our conversation. Thoughts on the big d that's death, not doctors, and I suppose it could also be dead dad's a subject that does pop up quite a lot in this podcast, regular listeners will know. And sometimes I do worry that I go on about my dad a little bit too much. But as I say to Louis I've been writing about him recently, I've been trying to write a book this year has has Louis. So he's on my mind lot. You know? Plus, I don't know. I just think about him a lot anyway. So I apologize. If it's a Downer. When the subject comes up, but rest assured as well as some fairly serious conversation on a variety of topics some of which may be offensive to certain listeners. It's probably not a family podcast. I wouldn't say we do fail to prevent some quite juvenile silliness creeping in now. And then as is often the case when I sit down with Louie, but we started our conversation by talking about Louise own efforts to write a book this year about his career thus far. And he told me about the techniques he's been using to get the job done which included some good recommendations for other autobiographies. I've tried to put as many of those as I can in the description section of this podcast and Louis also related to me. A few words of advice that he'd been given about writing by his dad. Celebrated travel writer pull through here we go..

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Mall. Gye mud cost been now you out that podcast out and started listening. I took my micro and found some human vocal. Okay. Then I recalled at all while. I name his Boxster Nive. I want you to joy. That's the. Hey, hey, how you doing podcasts? Adam Buxton here beautiful day out here in Norfolk in the east of England, October twenty eighteen. And changes afoot in the countryside off deciduous trails, Tonga, Brown, galled tumbling to the ground. It's the fall Rosie to get it off a bit too early for the think. Yeah. But if I wait any longer, it's going to be Johnny winter. Why are you talking about offs in thing? I'm going to go by. Harry bullets lie post. So welcome listeners to episode number eighty of the Adam. Buxton podcast. Thanks so much for joining me what's again and this episode features a conversation with American comedian storyteller actor and writer desert Birch. She grew up in California before moving to New York City where she cut her teeth as a stand up comedian and theatre performance. She holds a BA in theater studies from Yale University. That is a prestigious learning seat. And now she lives in London, which is where I spoke to her towards the beginning of this year, twenty eight teen and I bought desert gift as you will hear the gift of truth, all deaths sticks. And that sent us off on a variety of conversational tangents which included fantasy jobs, teenage sexual angst, and the reason that age twelve. I was concerned, I might be the anti Christ. Well, we'll be revealed relationship Malays and some Frank descriptions of desert's younger days when she worked briefly as a pro dominatrix in New York trigger warning, there is some mention of testicle abuse. Now I'd seen Disraeli on the BBC's stand up. Comedy showcase live at the Apollo and during her set, she enjoys some laughs at the expense of what she describes as short white fetish e men, his clip short guys are cool. There usually like funny and charming and gregarious. They gotta be. Definitely will go home with a short dude. You know, like they're hot, right. I just can't date them during daylight hours. I tend to a lot of white dudes. And the problem is I can't walk down the street holding short white dude's hand because I'm gonna look like Jamaica nanny picking him up from daycare. Well, I find that amusing, but I the toll beautiful Indian dude. So I was interested to hear if other people ever get offended by her material and how she navigates that area in general. And that was how are enjoyable and meandering conversation began. I'll be back to say a brief good by the end of the podcast. But right now here we go..

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Mall gye mud cost been now you out that podcast out and started listening i took my micro and found some human focused then i recalled it all the noises while name his boxster i want you to joy that's the hey how you doing podcasts at books in here just enjoying a country walk out in east anglia with my dog friend rosie on a beautiful evening in early june twenty eight teen thank you very much for joining us for podcast number seventy seven and this is a bit of a special one it's sponsored by art fund do you know about art fund rosie yet of course it's the national fundraising charity for art that's right they believe that ought can make you see think and feel differently and their national art pass is designed to encourage exactly that what do they do with the funds raised by the pas memberships ooh very perspicacious question for a whippet poodle cross if you don't mind me saying a fund that very feds was my breed got to do anything sorry i didn't mean to be offensive i apologise the funds to your question that they make from the past memberships help off fund to support innovative curator's and museums you can find out more by visiting ought fund dot org slash buxton cry that sounds pretty i'm going to do that now all right see you later that's it for the fund plugs for the time being there is a short mention later on during the conversation but tim pause a little bucket of entertaining scorn on the wall i do that and by tim of course i mean my guest this week british comedian actor and poet tim key i wanted to get tim on the podcast for longtime i've known him for many years now we've shed live bills on several occasions report did some bits and pieces on amanda we knew cheese showtime trumpet back in the mid nort's more recently tim read some of his festive poems on a show i did called adam buxton's shed of christmas that was on sky ons in twenty four team and i guess you can probably still find it there if you are a sky subscriber it's one of tim's biggest credits i know he's very proud of it i'm a big fan of tim's poems and i heart.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"We're not like plugging ought fund right the way through it just doing a normal podcasts that happens to be in an art gallery and my guest in the end was tim key one of my favorite comedians actors so we recorded that just lost week and it'll go out towards the beginning of june as a yeah as i sit of special edition of the podcast off to that break time during that time you might like to explore the adam loxton app there's a wealth of adam buxton based fun to be had on their bonus episodes of this podcast currently unavailable anywhere else links to all sorts of beyond brilliant videos that i've made over the years again some of which can't be accessed any other way but the adam buxton app this some jingles on there there's some of the sponsor ads on their if you've enjoyed those in the past you might find your favorite on the app and of course it's a portal from which you can leap to the merge site wail find specially designed t shirts and mugs and posters stickers there's little collections of some of the jingles they're available to download and keep this my dvd available on go faster stripe the only dvd currently available of my some of my life bits and pieces that i've done over the last few years not bug but similar to bug in some ways it's called adam buxton's old bits so you know if you miss me.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Hi i'm sheila from the magazine i suppose the means to get across in the is that the economist is a serious into painting magazine that aims to provide readers with the facts they need to respond to dynamic world but will leave out t to communicate as you see fit sponsored by the economist magazine i always thought that looked so doll about i had not actually seen incited then wild board on all day i found a copy and i and found myself surprised i was interested yes i thought it was just about he was just about five also interesting around the office environment sheila liftoff complain their free copy of the economists by visiting economist dot com slash books looking for what the hitting the app hoping taste taste you you gotta gotta fan his burks gye vodkas been now you out that blood cost out and started listening i took my microphone and found some humor but okay then i recalled all while my name is adam buxton up i want you to joy that's the plan hey how you doing listeners adam buxton here rose come and say hello to the podcasts and he's soft dog how you how fine thanks bit wet yeah i know i thought it was the spring i i said summer actually last week didn't i maybe getting way ahead of myself but at least the spring i thought wrong plunged back into the cold and wet age this week never mind because the sunshine coming your way listeners in the form of my guest this week on podcast episode number seventy four the great bob mortimer so let's get right into it his facts for you robert renwick mortimer currently aged fifty eight is from acklin a small village in the north riding of yorkshire england bob work does this solicitor before taking up comedy and is now five foot seven the same height as me these are good bob facts you're welcome bob met his comedy partner jim moyer better no.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Ready to launch us the offer code buxton buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain nancy sounds awesome let's talk about it for a really long time was address again you go to squarespace dot com slash buxton and when you're ready to launch us the offer code buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase do not see you kill that we're gonna pause for this i i did one more podcast gye vodkas now you fucked up podcast out and start listening i took micro found some human folk then i recalled it all while his name as adam buxton live up i want you to do joy that's the hey how you doing port cats adam buxton here boss king in the sunshine what a difference a week makes the whole countryside has transformed lush green blossom exploding from the trees all round cherry blossom over there sort of red blossom over there i don't know what that is nettles there's some nettles as well you know can't have the blossom without the nettles and it's like life though isn't it and it is actually properly hot i'm wearing my shorts you'll be glad to hear and i'm wearing my fleece at the moment middleaged man in short fleas but i think i'm going to have to take my fleece off because it's too warm that would be an exciting film wouldn't it starring nick cage and john travolta as to middle aged men bughouse and crag hopper who get too warm and both decide to take that fleece off.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Yeah you guys voted on mass thank you very much and suddenly i went from fifth in my category too i within a few days i think that probably had the effect of galvanizing some of the other people especially alec baldwin i think he mobilized the boldys whatever they're called now he is in first position and i'm trailing second still a few days left to register your votes i think the deadline is the nineteenth of april and i will put a link opin it to my twitter feed so it should be at the top of my twitter feed they're a simple link that you will be able to click on and then cost you vote for me or whoever else you wish to vote full maybe it's so proud maybe it's bold win adam buxton app news now occasionally people will get in touch with me and also where they can hear some of the great great sponsor jingles that i have made in the past all the great squarespace jingle the vegetarian shoes song the argument on the train for both headphones at cetera et cetera because of course the sponsor reads rotate on this podcast burned in as it were they come and go but now you can hear a selection of some of my favorites on the adam buxton app of free app which has all sorts of goodies on there and quite a few of the jingles from the podcast and now the sponsor jingles and reads as well if you are unbelievably thank you very much indeed to really quite something who have developed the app and maintaining it really appreciate their continued support there is some paid for content on the app a bonus episode of the pud cost in which i chat to garth jennings i think it's ninetynine you have to pay to listen to that but.

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The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Hey what's up everybody welcome to generic podcast episode seven thousand five hundred and twenty nine with me todd odd voice today we're dedicating the whole four and a half hours to the best way to build your own website and once again we have nancy here he has he oh he's getting a bit close run mike there nancy thas better ads perfect okay so nancy how would you go about building a website it looks complicated is it a no not at all i would recommend visiting square space com slash boxton buxton where you can undertake a free trial using templates easy to use tool very professional looking site yes in a matter of minutes and ready to launch us the offer code buxton buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain nancy sounds awesome let's talk about it for a really long time was address again you go to squarespace dot com slash buxton and when you're ready to launch us the offer code buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase do nazi you killed it we're gonna pause for this i i did one more podcast gye been now you out up podcast out and start listening i took my microphone and bounce hugh but then i recalled while i name is adam buxton i want you to that's the bad hey it's exciting how're you doing listeners adam buxton here very nice to be with you again on this relatively nice evening out here in the east of england in a random field i'm looking out over some flooded marsh land right now actually the floods are subsiding but it's been very damp the last few days probably has been in your parts too.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"And it is a series of short programmes about various aspects of modern living that could possibly be done differently all that i certainly feel i often do a bad job at it's mainly a series of conversations with various people involved with things like thinking about the environment and food diet this week's one is about diet i think last week's was about perrine king the first one was about various ways that we work in the modern world it's really just motivated by the idea of exploring alternatives it's also available as a podcast so if you are unable to listen to it live on wednesdays at nine thirty you can download a podcast which is slightly longer as well i think about nearly twenty minutes as opposed to about fifteen on the radio once again thank you to emily night who was the produce producer have a right to the research yet the editor she has done a lot of work on the program sir thanks to her forgetting me involved what else the adam buxton app is up and running come on guys come on guys if you haven't got the free adam buxton app walked the shift to you doing with yourself why do you need it well because it's the one stop shop for all things adam buxton related you can go on there and do you can listen to all the previous episodes of the podcast they're all collected therefore you conveniently you can look at lots of videos that i've compiled into play lists that i've done over the years uh there is bonus content on the extra podcasts that for the time being our exclusive to the app it's just fun city i would describe it as fund city imagine a city where everybody is having fun all the time plus it's.

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The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Your amazing you've got so many great ideas an interesting thoughts you should put some of those ideas and thoughts on a website so people all over the world can look at them and think your amazing so if you actually decide to do that because you're amazing then why not use squeeze space they make it so easy to design a website even if you're not amazing i know imagine so visit square space and if you'd like what you see type in the offer code buxton foot ten percent off her mazy i added guang mahbubug gove john young log caused bin now you outlook that what caused doubt then started liz irving i feel my group vows on human vote then i recall it all over noises while these of my name is adding buck stunned by bob i want you to do and jyle is that the bad hey how you doing this this adam buxton here out for a walk once again in the fields of east anglia uk and once again it's the nighttime on this occasion rosie the dog is up ahead invisible to me because of her black for making her entirely camouflaged in the gloom but it's a beautiful night the stars a shining very brightly above me but listen let me tell you about episode number sixty four of the podcast which reaches a conversation with californian actor writer and director greta girl week greta cohen aged thirty four began acting in a series of lowbudget semi improvised films in the mid2000s while still at new york's bonnaud college where she was studying theater her involvement as actor co writer and codirector of some of those films part of the socalled mumbled core genre brought to greta to the attention of new yorkbased director noah bound back who con.

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The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"All right i'm going to go along with that they realized off a whole bunch of stars mentioning they needed a james van beak or chris pratt like person but notsofamous mid40s able to do a german accent and available to meet with tom and stephen hank and spielberg naturally my mind wanted to solve this problem too despite having no affiliation with the industry other than i have eyes and have seen films obviously my thoughts were middle aged could look like a german does accents this is perfect for buckles i waited for my moment and made my suggestion i lent over to the casting lady and said have you considered adam buxton he has a german look to him and could do a great accident also the right sort of age the costing lady raised her eyebrows and said yes i'll put him on the list it was in a julie fashion which i took to mean you would be put at the top of the list not somewhere down the bus him he seeff she said that in a joint fashion that's not what i would think anyway rupa continues we made our pleasantries and we're off on our way so it's a done deal and i'm assuming you'll get your new showbiz contract in the post soon congratulations on your new part and you are of course most welcome kind regards your new agent rupert thanks rupert wow that's very exciting i've always wanted to work with spielberg and of course hank well that's pretty much it for two thousand seventeen listeners the port returns for regular weekly episodes in uh well i'm not exactly show but it'll be late march or early april of two thousand eighteen but before then look out for a oneoff ramble with one of the most talented people in the film industry at the moment actor writer and director greta go week whose film lady bird starring the magnificent says she ronen is brilliant be funny and moving i sort the other day it's coming out in the uk in february i was very lucky to be able to sit down with gretic go wake so the fruits of that conversation should appear roundabout the time lady bird get sits uk release in february few thankyous for all the people that keep the portcost ship afloat.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"How close to my like a flak jacket a little little nick is an abro with the meda of jokers instead of the her locker is it hurt lakas sure with all their special bomb gear jay on just has a vest made out of all carts of exciting things they just want to tell anyone st andrews scotland will take to his chest anyway can you tell us what you up to what you're working on it's a film called the kid who would be king and it's like a family adventure film is there anything else you can tell us better or is that it i can tell you the cost or how it stalls young louis espen circus who he's just make them they mountain ashbourne circus circus k not like a circus angle simri tom taylor you're in adam buxton you came and did a little coming a role in the app who's refund day it was a it was a sunny day wasn't it beautiful day you couldn't have asked for more yum cinematic day beautiful clouds i think i even said to some one maybe the dop and he you will have to cg the clouds and now he's got the mall you don't have to do anything to the background that's what the day of called cg to clouds is a big american dap yo cg cg the clouds yet but the dop is built pope who was the dop on the matrix yeah and evil dead dumb the one with the skeletons only tommy son firm right yeah and baby driver good one e d twolap bullet time bullet tied he invent bullet time did he invent bhutto ubdina used ask him that they're not on i don't know i don't know i know he's karni re grading the matrix movie the first one because it's going into the library of congress and they thought it was too green with alerts movie i ever watched on the first mejet dryable dvd was the matrix and it was incredibly exciting to have a finally have a a projector at home and i remember i had just started my relationship with my wife malysz was not that point my wife i sit wicken a watch a movie at you'll flat and it's the matrix it's only was just come out jima.

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"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"adam buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Finally enough i talked about one of my drug experiences that time when i took mushrooms when i was at university and had a pretty bad time i think that clip his probably still on youtube floating around somewhere adam buxton talks about mushrooms i'm never mind the bus cox anyway he was nice to me on that show which was good because the first time i went on never mind the bus kok smart lamar was hosting and he was less warm but that was his style i suppose anyway thanks very much simon for his time now look the adam buxton app is finally available to download for free in order to enhance the quality of your life immeasurably let me tell you about what you can expect to him that the app enables you to stream all episodes of the podcast so far and contains exclusive bonus episodes an extra audio that will arrive every few weeks and won't be available anywhere else the first bonus episode the only one on there currently features more conversations with johnny marr recorded before joining and i settled down for the chat that you can hear in episode fifty one and it's quite good that one if i say so myself when i listen back to it i was pleased with the stuff that we recorded before hand me talking to johnny in his car when he pick me up from the station and then johnny giving mere tour of his new studio chatting to me about some of his guitars and the.

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