17 Burst results for "Alex Williams"

"alex williams" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:40 min | 6 months ago

"alex williams" Discussed on WSB-AM

"An alternate Alex Williams ninety five point five W. SP final segment broadcast market in for vine has or will be in again tomorrow and Friday and then next week you can check back the market show six to eight PM Monday through Friday and W. S. B. got to be real quick so we get everybody on before the end of the broadcast he joins us in lovely Loganville Pete what's cooking my friend hi Justin spelled Steve P. E. T. E. well he's still an advertiser actually doing just as good as Jack what's going on C. I was actually about ten miles away from when the space shuttle blew up I was working Christmas Florida used to stand out on the loading dock and watch him take all and listen to the radio as it was going off and it was everybody just kind of was stunned as weird as it just disintegrated in front of us you knew right away that that was that was just a tragic thing right there is no question actually absolutely it was funny because we were listening to the radio and the and the announcer on the radio goes obviously a major malfunction and I was like yeah yeah I I vaguely remember that when I was watching TV and I don't know what channel but I remember the anchor the news anchor being like well hopefully there okay and I was like at eleven years old gone dude no like that that's that was just horrifically CC's install mountain CC welcome mark air show thank you I'm so excited to call in when I heard you're going to do this so yesterday it brought back memories I grew up in the fifties and sixties and lived down the street from then senator John planet mercury astronaut well I grew up in an age where every little boy with either a cowboy or wanted to be an unnatural right stuff yeah right that number please say that movie until I was old enough to see it you know later and thought wow these guys or something because he was he was a hero being an astronaut but he's also our neighbor that dogged by every day in his heavy wet old fashioned but they but I remember where I was the morning of the challenger like many Americans I just kind of forgot about the state you know program but I was told with a seven week old first born child and was sitting on the sofa nursing him and watching it and thinking about the teacher because like what your caller said that was the first time out the billion had gone up and so it was a usually different saying and sat there why should take off sold all this pride of my heart about what a great world my children are going to be born into an and that this program is going to continue and then seeing it blow up I remember sitting there just and you know stunned silence and watching it over and over and over again and I told my daughter to date many of my grandsons eleventh birthday I said make sure the kids watch this tonight because in nineteen sixty nine I remember with my siblings the boys across the street the boys next door all crowded into the family room all this lay in on our bellies in the nineteen sixty nine **** carpeting are paying shares that the T. V. we all had color TV's that we want to watch it together and I'm in a space geek and so I've talked about that the the moon landing a number of times on the show and I'm so sad I wasn't alive when that happened because what an amazing moment not only for an individual but for the United States the world as a whole to to actually see someone land on the moon and I think is a great step today this afternoon with the the rocket launch and hopefully everything goes fine it down in Cape Canaveral Randall's now for ready Randall Walker the program hello hello well I I was in when you have the challenger incident I was a junior in college studying aerospace so was on the you know pretty much for shock to me and I was also going to a strange time I had a son that was born two months premature is intensive care and so it was a interesting time but what's interesting is that when you're in a over a year later when they were building up just after lunch again I although I wasn't looking for a job at the time I ended up going to work there for seven years oh no kidding yeah a lot of people right when you wake your son okay do everything turned out OK with your son yeah it turned out great it was close call the doctors were a little surprised he pulled through but he's fine so he's got to be like th how old is he now thirty four yes yeah no I'm not putting pressure on you to remember your son's age log or do you know your daughter's age I do seven and four all right I think about it for a second which is about to be five Dustin's down at Warner Robbins way Dustin walking mark am show Hey mark how are you doing today what's up brother all men will you know just thinking that I was only six years old when the when when a currency happened and the latest and the most my memory is the the portrait of the of the astronauts all all together today yeah the picture the famous people throughout Europe that you're in the city and all the teacher was always pointed out manages the that that really bring to mind their time I hear about this well that's why we need we need positive thoughts prayers that everything goes well for the first time almost ten years to Americans being launched from two space from American soil Harris is going to close out Decatur Harrison real quick buddy what you have Hey mark what what we can afford you a good space even though there are busted up budget yes they've given us the just closed out their applications for the next asked not collapse in the March of this year yes your back well but that was my my cap space knock on wood I hope you get the the best that I hope anyone that does want to venture into space as a space tourist gets the opportunity I'll be jealous from you and non claustrophobic here on the ground longer let's do start the show.

Alex Williams
"alex williams" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"alex williams" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Eighty five Alex Williams you trouble on the W. S. P. jam cam a crash car off the roadway to eighty five north bound the outer loop in the cab before church street exit forty that's slowing right they're taking a live look at stormtracker radar heavy rain affecting to eighty five to eighty five on the north a or the east side of town between I seventy five in Clayton county making your way into the cab county heavy rain falling use caution get those headlights on triple team traffic ninety five one five WSEE all right not only do we have a crazy amount of rain and a tornado watches but now we have a tornado warning for part of the state so want to bring in Kirk malice and get some clarity to all this kirke there yes I am what's with the tornado warning is this is the latest bit of news aware of what what what does that apply to yeah that's storms way off to our east moving into while beryl county and southeastern Jackson County and northwestern Walton county that tornado warning is in effect until ten thirty all right now W. speech dorm tracker radar showing the worst of that storm just to the north west of Bogart which is off to the east of awe wonder and Bethlehem that's the most threatening storm in the area right now again that tornado warning means take cover immediately so in effect until ten thirty but we also have a line of strong to severe thunderstorms stretching just across the east and south parts of metro Atlanta from a sugar hill and Brazelton down to Lawrenceville Duluth Snellville pine lake redan down toward she's point of four's park Fairburn Riverdale all the way down towards the noon in the area and is moving towards the northeast at about forty miles an hour now we have kind of as a mixed picture right now because of some areas are being are cleared of the tornado watch while some areas are having the tornado watch extended it has been canceled it being the tornado watch has now been dropped if you live in Bartow county Cherokee county or Paulding county no more tornado watch for you on the other hand the watch has been extended for areas to our east like beryl county and down to Rockdale county eastward including Walton county and that's been extended until five PM on the east side of town this is one of those days were going to get hit with rain and both the A. M. drive and then the PM drive home is it going to be as bad going home as it with as it was coming in or how does it look on that front no fortunately I think the next rush hour while ill still be wet in many areas it does not look like it'll be as intense of rain as we had this morning and the severe weather threat is going to go away as well right now we're picking up a lightening of almost five hundred flashes per hour that's down from thousands earlier during the morning commute and the WSB T. T. I. off the doppler radar tornado threat index is moderate at a five on a scale of one to ten but I do expect that the worst of the weather is going to be leaving the metro area between now and about two PM and they'll be struck a match and flash flooding just all over the place yes that's going to continue the flood warnings continue until at least two PM and as additional rain comes in heavy at times for the next few hours some new warnings could pop up all right well you know we got you covered because we got Kirk and he's the best and if you don't mind like to check in with you in another hour or so just see where we.

Alex Williams
"alex williams" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Posted by Alex Williams there may be one in your family yes No good for the document the person who self imposed mission it is to take the picture start the recording when the camera in your face and hit the little red button maybe it's you these are some of the family documentarian I've been fortunate enough to me make a wish first our producer Matt Frederick getting ready to move this out of the house this is an old tan tape cassette that my mother found in cleaning out a closet leaf on the cardboard box ahead some old Dick developed in it I known as Papa his name is James Phillips he was recording this after he found some old tapes take the belt they had been crease Dan badly neglected that he wanted to find a way to transfer over onto cassette tapes I've tried to rig up the machine to the cassette recorder to see if we could pick up right his nears your mother and I can you know his first bit was probably recorded in nineteen fifty one I had brought the machine home remember to try to record data enjoys first word here are the facts my mother was born Christmas nineteen fifty every year popping granny would call to the minute my mother was born and wish her a Happy Birthday all the three year old son and I know early on when he was beginning to vocalize my wife and I had our phones out all the time attempting to capture this magical moment.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Werewolf. We're going to have a werewolf break so the entire audience audience can collectively discuss it and place bets on who's going to be the werewolf language need more of that. What movie was that. I think i watched it on your suggest. <hes> <hes> his great cast in it <hes> is it the one that takes place at the mansion. Were all the people gather on an island or something yeah charles gray. Hey is in it. <hes> who'd gone to play microsoft homes and played bluefield handsome picture show. They're making seven. Yes oh and also a young <hes>. What's his name that played <hes> dumbledore was in it. Richard harris richard here the other one the main dumbledore oh michael gambon. That's what i'm thinking. Oh yeah. I believe he's in it. As well. We are really far afield didn't know i mean that's pretty ephemeral stuff that you're talking about their human life yeah no. That's that's that's one of the things. I think that makes it so special. I mean you know there's a great matt puts. It really really really nicely in that interview talking about you. Pull that tape recorder out of the closet and you put the tape in you hit. Play on it and you hear the heads heads the tape cassette start spinning and you hear a voice from the grave. Come and say hello to you. We just found my family. We just found a tape recording of my my dad's. Dad's dad passed away. When i was nine months old i had never heard his voice until my aunt jennifer found this tape for the last for the season finale of the ephemeral episode. She found that like two days before the episode came out and we cut it in and i had never heard my grandfather's voice before a starts..

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"alex williams" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Who could you recast for the vincent price role who what about jeremy irons too dry to the dry <hes> richard jenkins yeah yeah he's great and everything yeah jenkins's saw ian mckellen. He's probably too old china deaf. I know i know but this could be coming back. Bring it back around. You know i i have. I'm a little bit tired of johnny. Depp right what he's great in is ed wood. Yes he is fantastic in that that was johnny johnny depp and tim burton both in their in their where they were just unstoppable yeah one thousand nine hundred four. I think something around that what happened to those guys i. I don't think i could watch gotcha. Tim burton movie now but like edwards one of the best movies ever made. I love it. I don't i don't know i don't know why that's sort of seems to be the the story you see over and over and media and were specifically in hollywood but they do seem to have past their prime but i don't know i mean and johnny depp. He's like in his forties way but but then again we're asking the questions like how could somebody lose their creative zeal and or their actual soul all in hollywood hollywood is known for consuming these two quantities sometimes they look at rapid speed right from the very beginning to right from the very beginning of hollywood. Yeah yeah ed would never lost no. That's not true that would true. He did kind of lose it in the jank himself to dan yeah. There's there's like bride. The bride of the energy bride of the monster has lashed bride of the atom bright of the it changed names a couple of times. I think exactly that movies got just fantastic. It's rush got logo and it's got <hes> <hes> the the whipping and oh great bela lugosi great bill. Go see a and <hes> and even you know plan nine bill. Go see wasn't really in it but it was his last film well. He's in a couple of shots. I guess yeah or one shot. Maybe it's it's a few i just watched the whole movie and it is a few. It's maybe three but that's still got great energy. I think later on and woodwind onto he started making candlelight southern orrin porno movies. There's there's sort of connection between <hes> one of the reasons that tim burton cited for wanting to do the edward movie was his relationship with vincent price timber because you know he's big phantom vince braces or hands as a kid and <hes> and then vincent price ended up working on like his first short i think could they worked together twice. I believe and similar to the way similar relationship that ed wood had with bela lugosi. Oh see what's what's the next one with the next one in that continuum. That's how you play real. Young filmmaker befriends tom mm-hmm atkins. He's like the elder statesman of horror. Tom atkins gets a late career revival. Oh maybe tom atkins can play the <hes> the vincent price role in the tingler remai-. He's more rough and tumble. We need vincent price. Type could recast the the character could become more of a kennel coors stricken down the scientists have aroused dow dour in weight roused our rows rouse dowry in roused dowry hero yeah yeah that would okay yeah. I'm on board for that as long as it gets remade. I'm on board i. I hope that they vibrate the seats in theaters. Yes i hope that makes a comeback. I wanna see more gimmicks like that. At the theater they need to do it that they want me to show up and go through the whole rigmarole to come in and see the film whilst would you yeah well. We'll have giant flat screens at home and everything on demand then again. I wonder maybe what we need are more intermissions intermissions or those specialized intermissions like william castle used one of these where you're supposed to take an intermission right before the climax of the film decide if you've got what it takes and if if you don't you can go and get a refund and leave or there is a werewolf film <hes> the werewolf break yeah. We had the werewolf break where you had to decide. Who's the werewolf..

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"alex williams" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Blow your mind. My name is robert. Lamb and i'm joe mccormack boy. We gotta treat you today. We are joined uh-huh by our friend and our former producer on this very show. Alex williams say hi alex reformed producer. What's going on man. Oh you know just hanging out with what's up with you. Well you know we're we're just having a bonus episode in your honor. What's going on here jeeze. Thanks right before we get going. We were sitting around talking about riddick movies for how long i don't know it was a while i was mostly listening because i hadn't seen the movie in question or any of the riddick movies. No you're here prefer reason today alex t tell us about it. Oh <hes> <hes> because i have a podcast called ephemeral. Yes really good folks. Yes it is <hes>. It's a very exciting podcast because it's it's really unlike any podcast i've listened to before <hes> in terms of its subject matter but also in terms of the high. I production qualities that you bring to it. Thank you you you guys. Did it very nice when you you did the trailer. You've put the trailer out in your feed. <hes> i think when it first came out and did it very nice nice endorsement then to <hes> about the audio quality which i thought was very sweet. Thank you yeah yeah. I mean the quality is wonderful but it'd been more but more important though is is is the topic of dealing with these ephemeral bits of media. Can you just <hes> you know speak to everybody who might not be familiar with the show. I haven't checked it out or maybe they didn't catch the the trailer drop. What are we talking about. When we're talking about ephemera the way that <hes> sarah wasserman is the material culture studies the professor material culture studies at the university of delaware the way that she sort of differentiates what ephemera from other kinds of disposable things junk trash is that ephemera takes some kind of curation. Someone has to do some active saving for for it to <hes> to continue to exist something like winnebago manage familiar with winnebago man. I i listen to your episode where you deal with winnebago goeman yeah. He's the guy who is there outtakes of him trying to record a t._v. commercial for winnebago's right. Is it a dealership or a new model or something. I think it's a dealership the ship it's like the eighties v._h._s. The guy's name is jack ravni and he's just getting so frustrated on this day. She was complaining about hot. It is and he's just swearing continuously. Just have this s then everything and <hes>. I guess you really pissed off the crew because they got together this video you of him. All of the worst moments i guess in this sort of a compilation this way twenty years before twenty plus plus twenty six years before youtube and this compilation video survived all this time. You know this would just get oh you. You might like this thing. It's like debit for you on v._h._s. Robert my legacy for him on v._h._s. even aired on public television. Is this show called because is it bleeped <hes>. I don't know i haven't been able to find the copy of it that aired. I mean maybe that's the version that we have on youtube now. There's a show called the show with no oh name out of in.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"A ton of movies i've only seen a few of them he just had this this is the nineteen thirties when movie started getting free beacon maze right and the you could just do these incredible things and you couldn't do in cinema before because of technology wasn't there right because you know the the medium had just had just gotten to a place now a the the plot is ridiculous i won't go into it but involved like faking it death and stuff stuff or like lying about faking a death it's it's but it's a musical it's hilarious as kind of raunchy oh interest in a way that i don't think you see it as much and like american movies from tyrod you thinking like this is gone with the win right where it was like a big deal they said frankly my dear i don't give it out right right this is like hotter yeah the brits had their body humor yeah sure like irreverence yeah i do there's certainly some of reverence in this and there's some sincerity to a the songs are summer summer not so great a few of them are captivating a a but i would think i would say that something that i think that counts and evergreen check that out and even if you think it might not be a cup of tea like musical my ten year offer something it's it's one of those it's like you might think you would know what it was like and then you see like oh wait there's a lot more to this than you know then my assumption would be yeah i just stumbled upon it the other day and i was like oh okay there's a huge chapter of filmmaking hear anything about yeah it's great and discovering things like you think you have seen it all at a certain point then you discover something new like that are holding genre even you know where a sub genre that you're like oh my god had i not know this is the thing i'm sure now seeing it at all yeah that's true and then finally number five movie going one on one oh what you're movie going ritual when you do go to the theater like sit you eat stuff chasing i have had long discussions about this is we've gone you know there's a there's a theater right here that does a classic movies yeah midtown art yeah yeah and so yeah usually go get some chicken fingers there's something okay drink at least one i don't wanna drink too many beers or excuse you don't have to p a lot now i'm with you i don't wanna get up during the movie i don't drink it movies yeah no i am and i wanna pay but say you know mood in start till seven right leave work at five get some food beer yeah the movie use the bathroom beforehand right up now him and i have very different opinions but we have said together a few of these so i think six rows back in town arts is is where we six seven rose okay a center right yeah right and i watch all the crisis all the way through all the credits at the end okay yeah that's a nice addition no one ever throws that in which i watch all the credits very respectful this people a sure man you know so that might be the greatest work that might be their biggest achievement their name flashes flashes buying it screen right so that's great man hats off to you doing oh thanks for having me there's a lot of fun all right everyone i hope you enjoyed that i hope you've got a good sense of alex is he a he's someone that doesn't even though there's a new movie out and that really kind of says it all alex is a great guy very lucky to have him and very lucky to have him in studio today talk about ed wood an femoral a go check it out like i said the penultimate episode is out monday a the final tenth episode will be out the following monday you could find it wherever you get your podcast is you know and it's really really good a you can listen in any order like you said they're not super sequential but i would start out with that pilots real grabber and just go from there so.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"A lot of this is the movie that my mom had to like explain to me what what's going on like this is oh i'm sure yeah a little kid when i first saw but he goes over he's you know a bell is overdose through or in a bad way because of some some drugs and calls eddie over an any like it must've taken to the hospital not which is the couch and brings in the couches now is there anything on gift for you and palace like make me some goulash yeah i don't know how they come out and said that you know i don't know if it's because my family slovakia oh my my mom's lineage of slovakia would make goulash and that was one right it made me goulash says one of those who just stands out another one of my favorite lines is you know everyone one of the running jokes is everyone thinks bellows dead like i thought he was dead in the first sign that said is a shared jessica parker i thought he was dead he's no he's very much alive well sort of 'cause you're introduced him laying in a coffin oh yeah it's it's hard even explain because there's so many levels going there's so many sight gags going on all the times this move it yeah yeah carlos he does not deserve dismantle my shit so great a he really did have films a i don't know if he made them but he pitched called the goal goes west in doctor accua doctor i get it i like it it's crazy back in the day though like that you could get a meeting you know i mean it's not like today like you can't get a meeting with the studio executive unless like you were incredibly well connected and you know well heeled field and you've done something great but i kept thinking back in hollywood in those days he he makes a phone call and takes a meeting is just working on he's working like on the back lot he's like delivering a plant to a movie set and just like meeting people hangs out in the stock library very a f a stock footage library for a little bit yeah it does it there is a sort of idealized version of hollywood depicted in the film to yeah for sure and yeah but you could just had this a fundraiser at the brown derby and like get all your money if you get them pirata go over and talk to discover as such a sad scene what would you do for klondike bar is back in ainu snack size series starring on affairs watch on a disguise skies herself and go undercover with a hidden camera defined out like crazy things real people would do for their favorite ice cream you could see the full videos at klondike bar dot com slash videos and i'm telling you guys my favorite.

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Point i think it's sad he made so much money towns logos pirates movies that i had friends who worked on those and told me stories about him and he's kinda messed step guy yeah and it it was cool to go back and watch and remember sort of when he was just the best lightning in a bottle man yeah every i mean you just watch him just the things he does his eyebrows you know yeah a little everything when when he's when he's when he's on notice so many little just subtle facial movements and a he's just so inhabits this guy with the ever present that you know false teeth grin on his face it's like heart heart maniacal part enthusiasm and then peak tim burton which let's let's unpack timberg nabet how do you feel about a moment here you're take i grew up with timber and i really liked this movie specifically specifically to but i grew up with the number for christmas franken weenie you know he's made venture beetlejuice right a advertiser hand edward scissorhands such a good movie all of 'em and i mean you know for years anytime when came out sleepy hollow a a a caution smith so many 'em weld any well i might as well tell you i i started losing interest in tim burton movies around the time of sleepy hollow i think i i would agree with you i guess he did mars attacks which might attack never played really worked for me never worked for me and i don't know why it has so many good elements but it's i know why it should have yeah a d a the movie that everyone loves it i don't is big fish now i i i can't agree with you on that one i i've i've seen at least three times and i do people love big fish it gets pulled my heartstrings man i'm i'm into it i'm i'm definitely the outlier hire a i enjoyed the batman movies so like i used to be all team britain but i think he just in my opinion he sort of lost his way 'em in everything feels sort of the same now whether it's allison wonderland or 'em i feel sort of like he's or the the the the broadway show we did a sweeney todd sweeney todd i dunno everything feels derivative of himself for me to find the source material and that has never really been my thing right i like all the element like i like all things about it but then i actually hear the songs i hear the play and i'm like this isn't really for me i don't it doesn't do anything for me i'm looking up his films now because i wanna look at the list of films well 'cause i'm kind of curious a dumbo really he's what he's doing dumbbell he did dumbo came out earlier this year that's how i charlie in the chocolate factory that feeling when i was thinking yeah on a big fan i already shadows he did you see that i didn't i think he's has kind of his style has become kind of care captured by and south if that makes sense yeah it's like oh we'll just do it like big budget special effects movie with like the gothi element that's the tim burton recipe i know is i want it you know sometimes when that happens i i think that a oh well and then they got too much money in started to big budgets but like you always had pretty big budgets yeah i mean not always but you know his first movies were cheap yeah now he's making on plane and apes that was a weird one and it's it's gotten very much in the reboot territory to a you know he pretty much almost exclusively seems to do reboots i'm trying i haven't seen any of these last few once yeah but i don't wanna just sit here and back on tim burton because ed wood is peach tim burton and i think it's the one that a lot of people haven't seen the have seen all those other early timber movies yeah i think.

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"In my household for buying musical instruments and not learning the me too so at one point at various points have had a lap pedal steel guitars i've a violent in my closet me to a nother stupid i'm about buy tickets are really saving the money for a like a pedal sealer elapsed elapsed deal okay yeah do you have pedal steel i did wow a by the carter starter which is a good little entry level carter pedal steel and i got to where i could make a couple of the swell in which is like it's i got it because it's my favorite sound in the world it's magic it really meant might be my favorite son in the world is the swell in the band pedals steel guitar yeah and i learn how to make that one sound stopped i would say the same place really hard i haven't harriman oh did you you that's how i feel about their american go like man this is not surprise me at all did you build it oh no oh yeah i know could totally do that until the thurman he probably had no interest in there's lots of there's lots of folks say they could do that i bought it on the versatility of all you guys though 'cause 'em seems like everyone and does a little bit of this a little bit of that in like the talent pool we have been in this company in the engineering in producing department is really pretty staggering i think i i wonder if people have experienced it i've that i've had where it's like i was sort of i have some degree of it's mostly bartending yeah and i had all these things there's interest is in like how did it go together what am i doing and i were in my time and all these projects and then you get summer he like he like here where it's it's almost like a a a creative things tax law where it's like any idea is a good idea yeah and everyone sort of feed off each other's energy and you're like oh all these all these things that i didn't know i was wasting my time on right now come into play sort of they you know me up yeah and you've got this little arsenal yeah at your disposal a otherwise known as you talent but now you're in a job where they're all coming into play and you came in at a great time to because it got really lucky yeah like now you guys are all walking up the ladder in in the network is growing and no one i think more than knoll brown jerry roll into a couple of our old friend i think everyone should just know you just pointed to empty chair as if they're they're dead find it in one chair and an invisible nolan and another sherpur invisible jerry as far as i know

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"They're all out in the cloud and google goes out of business i know that sounds crazy but you know now i'm with you man like a there's there's something trustworthy about a tape or about obviously need to be able to play it on something but like a physical object you can hold feels sturdy and trustworthy yeah you know there's also something to open a talking to matt and talking my wife and so my friends about this lately when you have this picture of her grandfather with this this tape cassette they've got you know this loss this person has passed away their voice sonnet yeah when you if you physically in her interface with you hold the tape that they had you maybe wind a little bit loose take back into it i remember those days slide and then they play hit the button and you do all of all of the sensory interaction that you have yeah that it prime issue for when when that you know that crispy audio his ears and you know goes in your brain there's a it's it's almost like holding hands you know three curtain a is this the way that elisabeth cop split it you yeah kind of reaching back and grabbing that phantom ceiling on the other side yeah in even like physical things can be fixed like a a taped and break and you can repair it if it's special enough may stutter cassettes and the garbage when they broke but you could mandate oh yeah i mean that's what helped films were added to the states in the state that's that's that's what they literally mean when when they say cutting tape right he would cut with a razor blade interact funny enough when i went to the a n y you this evening and weekend program film school in the mid nineties like we were the last couple of classes to do that stuff and a year later everything i learned was just down the garbage i went to i went to film school here in georgia state and it was in that time it was like two thousand seven when i started college win on everyone's kind of confused about what the formulas gonna be like ryan digital but no everyone's vying for inserting doing like mini detainee dv earlier relevant i've talked to those left a cannon well the big hot shit camera the cannon had the xl one oh yeah yeah sure i felt like the most advanced shit ever when it came out and then and then that was right when to by the time i just you know maybe i saw a lot of the levels of college freshman sophomore junior junior there you got like a junior senior in college with nick cannon specifically start making ts ars they could shoot video yeah and that screwed everybody up to like wait now we have photo cameras there shooting video when you could put new lenses on 'em yeah it was it was it was wild i think it's maybe settled down a little bit more yeah i was out of the loop there for a little bit because i remember when i first saw someone shooting video on a on a dsl are i was like what is that guy doing like he can't he realizes it that's her pictures they broke all the.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Know famously in new york city these two brothers others who were hoarders you're in that episode because i am i really you were on charles smith has been is the name someone called the police report is right guy that did that lightning in my i had you know i don't think as in the studio and i had left you guys as instruction yeah and it was like i didn't think he would use that new york but not to new york and i think you gave me some options that were more time with their way over the top i think i did i assumed he would not have used that and i went somewhere in the middle i used it okay oh yeah i'm not one to waste tape but they call your brothers became a these boogie men to kids in new york to which is really interesting outcome did these two guys who were hoard like famous borders and died in this department right then they die in there they did yeah it's very tragic but they became this like for new york kids you know be where like you're gonna become like the collier brothers yeah it's so strange again this like almost like viral moment the gets passed around by word of mouth in now when it's hard sometimes to separate the truth from fiction yeah there is eleven newspapers in new york than a high in the woods and things like that and even you know proper newspapers are always print all the facts quite right right so yeah i think there's really there's one book on the color but again it's my friends led's who is interviewed annapolis oh yeah yeah and a and he did a fantastic job i think trying to cut through the clutter in this is there is the things we now here's the long list of things that will never now right yeah what is your favorite episode when i'm working on now is is is a all kind of personal stuff it's my dad my best friend my wife and matt frederick are a one of a wonderful producer here who's also like a fish share at my wedding oh really oh i didn't know that a that is a great guy to get married to feel very low might get married to get married by anyway you slice it happy to have him yeah i'm very excited about that one but like i said it's in pieces right now they episode that just came out among day it'll be it'll be one day yeah yeah 'em it's called switchboard it's about the first a female soldiers have you es army were switchboard operators yeah it's from a book a an interview is a historian elisabeth cobs who's won the pulitzer prize committee is on the history apartment u s or history abortion you a state department at the pbs documentary she's incredibly plea her resident may yeah is you know a suit but at the end it's a wide reaching story 'cause you do telephone history you start with alexander graham bell and then you do women's suffrage do world war one you do i mean you know a spoiler alert these women came back from world war one end were denied all of the benefits at other soldiers were mhm most of them went to the grave without military terry honors yeah and it wasn't until we did that pursuit efforts if the woman leading the charge morally again one of the switchboard operators they're called helo girls in the world war which is antiquated term now but that's a right the name of the books anyone wants to look it up a you know a women like molly again and a and in colleagues of her petitioning petitioning and positioning all the way up to jimmy carter wow recognition is soldiers in this war and finally got it in the nineteen seventies through from carter a i think they need and i am eastern mccarthy's the best yet they 'em what it was is they got on so there's a lot of red tape involved to there was some late in sexism involved true a yeah anyways is it if it isn't infuriating but it's also beautiful stores got great characters in it i mean it just came right out of history books and came alive alive talking to a two lives with cops so that's that's my favorite but i do sort of like the mall yeah that's a good that's a good.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Ephemeral as that's what it is to actually have it in your hand well i mean something that survives right ties someone made the decision that they should be there should be preserved right well i'm sure they're plenty of them out there but it's just interesting that things could go viral back then even through a hard work not hard work but you know you didn't have to click something you had record and a dear friend label it and then they would pass it around and that's like this guy did see these only for him or dizzy post these things were others or is it right when he started i mean there was no there is really no sharing either except for in his circle of friends i think he has a number of recor collector friends and things have you gotten him about purse yeah oh yeah so you guys were like pals well i yeah yeah i'd say so a a you know we a i've only ever worked together we don't go out together he but he he heard your show i imagine oh yeah we've done two episodes together so he gave me permission basically carte blanche use whatever you want like send me a link about like the here yeah i don't think he had any idea of like it's this sort of the larger scheme of the whole thing right right a and then a we didn't episode together 'em you've heard that one yeah with the marrow go morlin tae yet a which is a i don't wanna say too much about it but it's a it's a little bit of an epic yeah it unfold over the course of a number of years he found a mysterious unlabeled acetate which is home record it yeah seventy eight a real thick record's yeah yeah a a an and try to figure out who's on it for years and years and years amazing i finally did yeah and it's a happy ending and it's kind of sad it's a great episode but you also kinda branch out it's not like 'em 'cause i wasn't even sure what the show is gonna be after the pilot like i love what i'm hearing like what's next but you branch out and other things you tell the story in one episode of the call you're brothers 'em who a josh and i talked about and stuff you should know at some point oh my gosh i can't believe i didn't look that up sometimes i sort of put horse blinders on when oh i mean i don't matter at yeah it was it was interesting 'em or maybe it was a video we did i don't remember but we covered him at some point it might have been the hoarding episode actually now that i think about it appropriately enough yeah but you.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Movie Crush

"The number four the letter eight and klondike show then what you do for a bar welcome to movie crush production i heart radio hey everybody welcome to movie crush friday interview addition a this one was recorded just a couple of days ago everyone we had alex williams from me office in an alex is he's great he's such a cool guy he started i think he came by way of knoll brown a which you know if no recommends you then you you gotta be a good person and that was certainly the case of alex he started working here a quite a while ago in those supremely talented from the very beginning endless just doing a great job producing in editing and engineering shows and then one day dropped a little i like to say drops little package on my desk but it was by way of email and he said hey dude i made a pilot of something and that's kind of one of the great things about this job is a you know she's got the wherewithal with all the time you just go make something he got all the stuff and we have the resources me equipment in the answer is usually yes and so he dropped this thing on my desk and he said a just give us a listen it was really great it was one of the best a podcast pilots i'd heard really best podcast episodes i had heard in any genre for a long long time and i brought it to the boss and said hey we should do this and alex ended up doing it in full it's called ephemeral is the name of the show and we talk about that here at the beginning of this episode but it's really really great i can't recommend it enough 'em it's very enjoyable be a second to last episode is coming out this monday following this episode then the final episode will be out the week after that and it'll be ten long and give it a shot listen that pilot i think you might enjoy it a movie crushers so alex picked ed wood a movie i very very much enjoy in that hadn't seen in a while and was a treat go back and watch this beautiful all black and white film from timber and then a johnny depp when they were both firing on all cylinders and we had a good time talking about now so here we go with alex williams on ed what how're you doing i'm fine how are you i'm good how is a well i wanna talk to you about ephemeral first so let's talk about the federal and what a how's how's the how's it going with that how you feeling now that it's over it's over it's over for you like you're done not at all oh you're not no oh i well i wonder if that's gonna come out a two days i wanna see that so so we have on the tenth episode of the final episode of the first season and that's i think july fifteenth it's whatever but you're still working on it oh yeah okay i thought it was all and they can and done that would be nice yeah but now it's a it's in it's it's all it's all there i think it's all in pieces yeah is it maybe i'm gonna go after do some things some help my dad move some things is the saturday so he's got a closet full of vhs tapes that i am gonna look for a few specific things now that's grabber a quarter here where the show yeah how interesting yeah no i mean i guess i should tell everybody i've been recommending the show anyway so hopefully some like you got a lot of good response on the idea a movie crush page like people were into to it but i i should tell the story that you sent just sort of out of the blue eight 'em pilot episode in said hey i've been working on something this is a surprise landed in the inbox inbox and it was one of the best things i had heard.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Please listen to the rest of our show before you listen to the next one. But what, what are some, what are some topics that really stuck out in your mind, you've published recently? Well, we've just published an episode interviews, Sarah Wasserman, who's a professor at the university of Delaware is basically an ephemeral teacher. Oh, yeah. And so, she's the peop- the person who can really answer some of the tough questions that we brought up at the top of the show, the episode before that is a study of. Autumn American diaspora music. You might say what immigrants from the collapsing on empire. In the early part, the twentieth century, the teens twenties thirties, fleeing, like people are from all over the world coming to America and recording. Heart-stopping beautiful music in New York, mostly Chicago for big labels Columbia, Victor, and then also some small independent labels to so music in Greek and era bec- that has largely almost entirely been forgotten these records that were pressed in, in, in limited in limited quantities, because of some sort of racist practices at time. That's the sun as she knew part of the area where I and one of our one of our colleagues Dylan fake, and from in Tennessee is has a huge population of Lebanese immigrants who have left, I think Lebanon was at least in name ruled by the Ottoman empire until that collapse room. What posts World War, One nineteen eighteen and I think I've heard some of I have to listen to this. I think I've heard something that might. Fai in the Shawna, that's bizarre to me. And I mean, there's all kinds, it's not there's all kinds of music. There's party songs their heart prick songs, and there's fantastic singing and playing and things that don't that don't really have the vernacular to describe. But we interview in this episode and really where all of the inspiration for it came from his gentlemen, and in gos- key who is in Baltimore. And does reissue records of this stuff? Literally sometimes pose them out of the trash, I I've seen pictures of some of these records. They have so abused. And does everything he can to salvage them to save them to learn as much as he can about the performers? Sometimes you can't find anything. Sometimes you get lucky and spread the word about it. So it's, it's a it's a fantastic interview, that's part of that. And the music. And it is, it's some of my favorite music now. I would love to hear it and don't take our word for it. You can tune in and check out this music yourself. And that's the thing which you're gonna get with this show is the conceit of the show is such a cool one, but it also allows for such a broad range of topics, which I think is really important, even for a show like what we do. Like our only Lynch pin is that these stories are in some way, bizarre, strange or ridiculous hilarious. And so that gives us like kind of carpal to like all kinds of different directions similarly with your show, very different show, but very similar heart in terms of just being fascinated by things and wanting to get answers to why things play out the way they do in history. And just kind of I think anyone is into this show, even remotely going to be very much into your show as well. To me, it's a it's a there's something about it, and please take this for the profound complimented. Is that reminds me of the free associate of nature of the? Film, waking life the way that it it connects in this very intentional good dreamlike state. You know what I mean? This is this is one of the podcast that I hear a ton of shows, but this is one of the ones that comes with a very new and unique voice. And, and I mean that sincerely, you can compare me to Richard linkletter anytime. I find that so it looks like we're going to we're going to have to save our, our own explorations of things that came and went for a nother day. But shout out to pizzeria chips, I miss you. If you're listening, if it defy big demo of our show is extension, pizzeria, chips, exam potato chip. That's terrified gained Saint PNC. I was gonna talk about Betamax tapes. We're only literally killed production was killed by Sony, like end twenty sixteen. And I believe they stopped distributing the players and recorders of Betamax, tapes, only a couple of years before that, but that used to be kind of, like, go to for high resolution news, footage and archiving. And now I actually have a stack of Betamax is on my desk right now that I'm trying to find a place that can transfer them digitally, and there are folks that have them, whether they're news agencies or like companies that specialize and digitizing your family member. That's big business now because of this nature of fem and not only is the medium antiquated now the way of playing back as gone or much more scarce, and that's as you have a really great trailer for your show. That's all about answering machine messages. And how that used to be such a cultural thing that people would do, and it was important to leave a really good message and just the idea of these things that kind of came and went left an impression, and now it's almost kind of specter like hangs over society, and it's really interesting, and I'm looking forward to hearing more from a federal with Alex Williams. I'm going to go into save. I have this great list that I'm gonna save imposed on our Facebook page later for ridiculous stories because I didn't. Okay. Job just mentioning pizzerias is really hard not to just immediately start talking about them. So I'm just gonna like mentioned some things that left and then we'll pick it up later. So check us out or Facebook page ridiculous story, and should be able to find a federal wherever you find your. Your favorite podcasts like ridiculous history, and so on. And the meantime Alex, thank you, so much of for, for coming on the show, actually, another started with people who the curtain. Let's end with one our office actually close to few hours ago we're able to convince you to stay over and take this strange journey with us. You know, before I feel like be remiss to not mention that particular history was the first show that I helped make at a very beginning. It was it was the three of us at the very, very beginning of it. And now I'm not sure if you know this or not you've got so much on your play. We thank you at the end of every episode of the wonderful theme that you composed. So now we can do our little thank yous. And we can do it in person. Thanks to Alex Williams, who composed our theme and for being here today for an interview I did know that. And I very much appreciate. Yeah. We are big fans of thanking people in the show. I'd also like to think super producer Ramsey ram gems. You don't think you? You so much for saving. The show Ramsey things for having me guys op absolutely our pleasure. Thanks to reduce Casey Pegam here in spirit. Not forgotten gallivanting around Paris right now, living his best second life. Thanks, Christopher haciendas also here in spirit. Thanks to Jonathan Strickland, aka the quizzed, as well as our research, associate Gabe L, who desperately needs a nickname. So send some suggestions are way. Ben, thanks to you for always being friend and confidante.

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"alex williams" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"alex williams" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology, or great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole pot should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme in the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with. Chelsea handler listening subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Ridiculous histories of production of I heart radio. Welcome to the show ridiculous historians. Thanks so much for tuning in peek behind the curtain. It is officially summer in Atlanta, the humidity and the heat combined to drape the city in soup it feels like walking through soup. So I am very, very glad to be here inside our air conditioned. Studio mine is my name is Noah. The shipping container is icy cool today, an outside it is sort of this Meazza, this sort of funk, this patina of awful. Hot sweaty grossness that does kind of invalid the city and it happened overnight. Didn't it? It just happened overnight. Yeah. Permeated permeated this fair metropolis of ours. I always forget about how dire the situation becomes when we hit summer in Atlanta and, you know, this may mean that we're in here recording more episodes. We do wanna start the show with a big shout to our guest, super producer. Ramsey ram gems young, so everybody give him a fine. Hello, do we does he get us out. Sound effect. On a good. Yeah. It was very good. So, like, and of course, this does not mean that we will ever forget, our wonderful the our third amigo. Right. Super producer Casey peg REM. Gone, but not forgotten gone. I say, but gone wear Ben the we were talking about this. So I have a theory every year. So Casey disappears and in France, someone else, reappears, very different person who happens look a little bit like our dear friend Casey, peg room, this guy, we imagine is a member of the criminal underbelly of Paris known. Only by the name liberal. Yeah. And he dons a completely different gap in the form of a very slick looking leather jacket a single dangling cross earring on his left on his left ear. And sometimes he wears fingerless gloves and rides around one of those cool little mod motorbikes in the in the pictures, yet, and we strongly suspect that he may have one or more secret families. It's true. None of us, we cannot confirm or deny any of this. We are widely speculated. It's all true, though, put the pieces together people, we're gonna have to let Casey his day in court here and defend himself. But, you know Casey's night here, we're joined with Ramsey helping us pick up the slack here. He's doing his double life, but that's not the only person that we have on the show today is that's absolutely true. This is a special episode that I know we were both very excited about we have in our network. A brand new podcast, the we're, we're all huge fans of sincerely, huge fans of and it happens to be created by one of our close friends, who you may have heard mentioned on our show or other shows before, folks, let's give it up for Alex Williams. The brains behind the podcast we call them real because that's name of the pie cast. Hi, Alex makes us call it that just by. Chew of having titled it being very good. Thailand, a very fine podcast. Thank you for being here flattering introduction. I'm I'm very happy to be. Here's the thing we've been working with you for quite some time. Now, we've kind of seen you grow and develop and become more and more of a bad ass in with the pros referred to as the podcast space and making the wild gesticulating, quote fingers when I say that you really have to. But here's the thing, you really took it in other level in terms of making not only a history pike cast, but something that I referred to, and I describe it to friends as something akin to, like poetry, meet sound collage meets music concrete meets history. And I think it's just a really beautiful piece of work, and I'm just beyond stoked that it's on our network and that you're the guy behind him. So we'd like to ask you. That was such a good. I don't know if I could pull up that was great. We'll now it is your turn. So we'd like to ask you some questions about if them about your your inspiration behind the first yet with, with that. That excellent description of that, just just resigned. What, how would you describe it? How do you describe it when when someone's like, hey, what's this thing you're working on, I start stammering and sweating? And try to make it as concise as possible is thinking of quick pitch and bed the other night. It's something like. A show about fleeting moments and the things they leave behind. That because that's what is right. As is, is, is sort of remnant of thing that no longer is around. I guess kind of the idea of things being a federal means that they're fleeting or that they're here today gone tomorrow. But they do leave behind some kind of residue if you know where to look, right? Yeah. So the word itself is kind of tricky in the textbook ephemera might just mean paper, right, broadsides tickets pamphlets for museums. Basically, anything printed hand-printed, you know, printing press computer-printed that wasn't meant to be saved. But then it gets into the issue of how do you determine whether something was meant to be saved or not, right? Like, for instance, a train schedule from the early nineteen hundreds now the ones that are around are considered to be things have historical value. Right. But when they were printed, they were thought to have a definitive and very short life span or span of utility, one of the classic examples is the stamp that episode of working on that come on Mondays about the Monday that might not be the Monday, you'll come out on a Monday. They'll come out on Monday. I don't know when this will come out to stamp is really classic. Example. Right. So you've written a letter to your friend know and you've stamped and you've put in the in the mailbox and he gets it. He rips it open and reads the letter, and he's over out with emotion whatever throws out or recycles, the, and that's it, but, but no happens to have great stamp collection, and I've sent him, you know. Inverted Jenny stamp from the nineteen thirties. And so he is over with emotion, because of my great pros because this is a great addition to his stamp collection, because he is a full lettuce or Phillips. How how how it's pronounced HI, L A T I S T one who collect stamps, the route were to fill lettuce. Sorry could also be one who fillets. That's what I would think a fillet. That's how the British pronounced fillet. They pronounce it Filat relay to a hard t- Senate. The end of it, I always find that very interesting because sometimes the Brits seem like they really own the word. Sometimes they just feel like they're mispronouncing just to be cute cute sort of aluminium. Like that's not the word Brits. Come on. It's aluminum, you're adding syllables don't belong his letters added feel. Feel the Merican English to be fair. We can't really criticize the people who are doing it. I that's also fair been if they wanna add an extra p on shop than that's kind of their call yet to answer that question about Amal. It's interesting because it comes from French and Greek so. A Telia means exemption from payment. The French feel means loving, so it's loving exemption from payment, which is weird right now. But it's it makes sense, but then asked me to explain it. Well, a we can learn more about this. What do what did you what are you exploring on this episode concerning stamps? Well, it's not it's all over fourth. You know, one of the things that we're doing is actually taking the word apart in this in this episode. So ephemera comes from. The route where it's epi, meaning honor of EPA, curious epidermis and Hamra meaning day, it's like a Latin Greek combination word and so starts being used by people in, you know, the age of enlightenment, I guess, to describe things that only lasts for a day. The may fly, you know, certain species of plants that flower wither a day. And then, you know, becomes with time more broadly used to describe things that don't last a long time, you know, or fleeting, and that's we start getting into trouble because, like in know the metrics of a human life. Maybe one hundred years at best, something that doesn't last for long means something different than like geologically, right? Like melting polar ice caps or federal at this point, who's that philosopher said all is a fem. How if I never heard that I've never heard of that. Maybe it's maybe it's a flaws for Marcus Aurelius. Okay. There we go. Merel both what remembers what is remembered? There we go. How have I never used that quote for something tagline a hang on the show, where off the bed? I'm full of vaguely remembered one liners from ancient philosophers so ephemeral ephemera by its nature is sometimes a little hard to describe, as is the show. It's not something that you can just encapsulated in a quick elevator pitch. So I put forth that we listened to a little bit of a clip that can then set up a discussion what he say of. Sure, elicited the call your brothers, sir, as a kid, FRANZ, leads father.

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"alex williams" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"alex williams" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Alex Williams in the twenty four hour traffic center before we get to the pressing issues. Sabrina believe it or not just tweeted that one of those cows. It was missing from that overturned couch trucker few weeks ago. He still out there. They just found one in the woods. But he's still there. So good for him. We're still seeing construction Peachtree road northbound right around far road. It's in the right lane. That's going to cause delays also Peachtree street northbound around twenty-six street construction in the right lane. There might wanna think about north side or Piedmont as alternates for that. We'll have more minutes on WSB. You ask the covers the midterm elections in Georgia and across the nation early in person voting underway now in Georgia before November six midterms believe, it looks like we may have for the first time more votes cast prior to election day combination of absentee votes early voting and actually. On election day. It'll just be political analyst Bill crane believes only a few percent of undecided. Voters could swing the governor's race DeKalb county public safety workers getting a four percent pay increase. This is a seven point one million dollar investment by DeKalb county in our men and women in uniform who do such a great job in keeping us safe and secure in our homes as well as in our businesses. Kenny CEO, Michael Thurman, saying the pay increases will show up in next month's paychecks WSB money update, Sears filing chapter eleven and plans to immediately close one hundred and fifty stores, Sears has not turned prophet since two thousand ten and his burdened by six billion dollars in debt and a happy announcement from Kensington Palace ABC's, James Longman has more the news. The world was waiting for duchess Meghan is pregnant Kensington Palace announcing the Duke and duchess of Sussex will welcome a child in the spring fickle. Breaking the news to family and friends at Harry's cousin Eugenie wedding this weekend. And Megan Markle expected. She's about twelve weeks along in her pregnancy. As we take a look at the WSB marketwatch. The Dow right now is up seventy eight at twenty five thousand four hundred eighteen NASDAQ's down fifteen in the SNP up. Three WSB news time eleven thirty three. Those.

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