26 Burst results for "Andrew Lloyd"
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Bit of a tough thought. Really but Whether to do the lead roll man that they do their the chicken number. just spaceship. dedom- whistles bacon than an just really great old fashioned french recipe or whether to do chicken with the slightly decades away putting truffles under the scheme. Which i which is a good one. That's a very good one. And that i think probably a town full friend. Jaffa french french. Good classic bridge with this sandri drink of choice. Well you see. It's a lotta time. Now i lost had wine annoy really but i think the last if it was the last asfaw safa benz goals. If it's time based on the wine that i always remember okay said this is what they did is that i did drink the best one i can ever the two great red ones. I been drinking nine hundred sixty one shattered palm absolutely wonderful and it should still be good and post now ridiculously expensive because winds become so expensive. A dive epa tasty was j. Remedy county was absolutely astounding. I'm vic- me so this story. After this was a and on the browns nowadays winds expensive cap was going to be around to ask. Just spend the money how much she thinks. Many counties knows to never. It's absolutely absurd. What's paid to these these fifteen grind. Judo you came for one joking. I bet you would be partial. I got no she google it. You'll put some of these thaw. If it's your last suffer you will do so. Yeah absolutely do you got good table manners. I think i'd probably do. I think i did teach decent table minutes. She sounds fun along with her coca though she all she was she was absolutely wonderful. She i remember flight with her to paris down two niece but she went round the whole airplane asking people to write down as many rude words as they possibly think. Oh my god. All these astonished french people in a sort of making news. This woman and i mean she was on t. By and she came up with words that she made sound rude. Never would all oven. I told her and she She had this sense of huma anyways and cheek. Don't be on knew about last question karaoke song. Which song are you're going to choose from your own musical from my own musicals. I guess it's got to be any dribble do ready. Because that's what do you like singing that one i do. It's a lovely wants to get everyone in the spirit. Yeah that's what he remembers. It's been such a treat to tap to you for this hour. Thank you so much for daily joy of.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on The Science Show
"So that we can dial up the level of recombination to eight. This mixing of traits. And then turn it back down again after we've developed our new variety and will you be using wild plants. Will you be adding their dreams in any way. Well that's one of the great powers of what we're hoping to develop these technologies that will really help access some of those really beneficial traits. That are out there in wild relatives of copies and over the last decade these bain a real huge increase in the understanding of the importance and the sort of genetic resource at these wad relatives of crop species represent and so you have places like the style seed volt between norway and the north pole with if i think so far collected about a million different accessions of different crops and wild relatives of these crops and there are similar programs running in the uk. Australia collecting these resources to safeguard the biodiversity. That's out there. 'cause the one in no way that is really spectacular because you got an entrance which is above the ice and then you walk down down the ramp into the mountain and into the permafrost. That's right in a vast glassy and as you say you've got thousand hundreds of thousands millions of seeds. And can you go and borrow some of to get your genes. Yes the great thing about these seat. Banks across the world is that they send out thousands of samples of sates. That people are interested in two researches or plant breeders old across the world but actually transferring those useful traits across into a crop is a very challenging and time consuming process that takes many generations. And so we're hoping to help speed up that transition and access some of those really useful traits that are out there in these relatives of crop species. Andrew lloyd who's a succumb fellow at evariste with soon to take up a future leaders fellowship. In britain he madelayed..
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on The Science Show
"Andrew lloyd gig as the leadership award. He's just one to improve crops around the world using genetics and he's ustralian trained at the university of adelaide but now in with well the future leaders fellowship is a program that was established by uk. Awry who oversees. All of the research for funding in the uk and they goal is really to back the next generation of future leaders in research and innovation. And it's not limited to any particular raymond. Which is the wonderful thing about. It said it's artists architects lawyer as physicists. Geneticists everything sort of across the board. And they're looking for people that are going to take on ambitious new projects and take those in new directions and it also provides an opportunity for funding. That might not necessarily be seen as backup by some of the more traditional funding bodies. And it's quite an exciting program. Whom will you lead scientists scientists. Yes i'll be assembling a team of scientists over the next couple of months in the end there'll be about four of us employed on this particular program and then we'll be looking to recruit more students as we go through and then there's elements of community engagement. So that will be run locally here and by here you mean land of my fathers. You'll be doing it from wales from wales. Yes that's very good. Collaboration got tremendous history in agriculture and cellular research. It does in fact where i'm based is the site of what to be because the welsh plant breeding tender that over one hundred years ago and has been running a plant breeding program continually since then. And now it's been brought within the fold wider everest with university. Your main field of course is looking at ways in which you can look at the taylor division in plants to see whether new kinds of crops or crops which have been established but need to be improved. How you can develop more of those at more or less what. Your plan is yes. Alamein focus is looking cell division cold. Maya's which this television that generates sex cells so sperm cells are excels that go on to form the next generation and so my isis really determined how genes get passed down to the next generation. And so for that reason down the pins all of breeding essentially. Do you want to speed up. Yes that the civeted self but some of the processes that occur within it so the unique thing about meyers is that in each of ourselves. We have two copies of every one that we inherited from another one we inherited from father and the early stage of my offices. The sort of pairs of chromosomes a a dancing around trying to find their true partner and when they find that true partner they lineup and in this process that takes place called recombination. Where these pairs of chromosomes swap segments. And then we have the division and so one chromosome hits to end up in one cell. The other chromosome ends up in the each of these. Those now has only one copy of chromosome which gets on. But that single chromosome is now a camera patchwork of sequences some of which were inherited from the and some of which were inherited from the father. So this creates these new combinations of traits that essentially generating this new diversity and so get variety because you get variety you get some animals some plants which can suit their environment better than others and then you get selection but what you're doing is breeding. You're trying to make it happen with a goal in mind. Yes that's right goal in mind. So the goal of plant breeding essentially or any breeding for that matter is to take the traits of two parents and combine those into a single new variety. That's got all the beneficial traits that were previously in those two parents. And so that requires this mixing of traits on the chromosomes that occurs. During my justin cases any misapprehension we're talking about barley and wheat and rice. Those sorts of things not people. This is true which plant actually crops while the technology that we are hoping to develop is something that could be applied across all crops. Really whether that be things that we can bali through canola any kind of crops. We have adverse with university that crop breeding focuses on foreign grasses and oats and clovers but really the tools. We're hoping to develop could really be widely applied across all crop species of course when you start playing with the processes like that kant you get unexpected results. That need to be reined in. I guess you get unexpected results but that happens across life. That's just part of biology and so what we're hoping to do is to accelerate the pace of traditional plant breeding and these processes that happen routinely in the wild. They happen when we cross one species with another in a more directed fashion in a plant breeding context and this is quite normal plant breeding yup bringing in crisper or any those wonderful genetic techniques which one annabel prize a few weeks ago. Yes well that's right with manage pontiac. That's right we can achieve the goals we want to using crisper because there are several genes that we know in co proteins that suppress this recombination. This mixing of traits between chromosomes. We want to try and achieve those same goals but without genetically modifying the crops that we working with then so we're taking an alternative approach trying to identify drugs or small molecules that could transient louis. Inhibit the function of these proteins just at this critical window in breeding so that we can dial up the level of recombination to eight. This mixing of traits. And then turn it back down again after we've developed our new variety and will you be.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on Amanpour
"Our next guest has been personally affected by the corona virus. Peggy Flanagan is Minnesota's lieutenant governor and in March her brother died because of covert nineteen. Flanagan is the second native American woman to be elected to statewide executive office in the United States. And she talks to a Michelle Martin about how native Americans like the Hispanic and African American communities are being disproportionately hit right now. Lieutenant Governor thank you so much for talking with us today so delighted to have you with us. Thanks so much for having me I appreciate it. Are you want to offer the condolences? So everyone here on the less of your brother and this comes just after you lost your father earlier. This year offer Nolan. Since thank you I appreciate that. This is Certainly a difficult year for our family. my brother. My Dad was hospitalized towards the end of last year my brother drove up north and stayed by his side until he he walked on and until he was buried and then he went back home on. Tennessee and just a few weeks later Started feeling sick and went to the doctor and was diagnosed with cancer. received his first treatments Went home in a few days later was admitted to the hospital due to on difficulty breathing. A couple leader was tested and it was confirmed that he had co bed on me needed to place him on a ventilator and put him in a medically induced coma and he did not survive and so on my family we will have the opportunity to memorialize him and his ashes will be Thread next to my dad On the reservation Then we will have that opportunity in the future but right now my brother is a marine. And he would have signed girl. Get back to it. And that's what that's what we're doing on. So many other families are just trying to move through their grief. I see well again condolences on your stories then so many many others during the sign so let us speak about your public responsibilities. Are you are Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota? You are the second native romance. Ud elected statewide office in the country. So there are eleven native tribes in Minnesota and but I understand that you were concerned about tribal members really speaks to travel numbers across the country. Zeiger specific concerns about tribal numbers. That are distinct from those of everyone dealing with the current situation that you'd want to highlight for US star. I think one of the most important things for for people to know I think is is that we still exist. Their ads Erasure that happens of of native people and illuminate is is a is a nonprofit organization that conducted a study where they found that forty percents of Americans don't realize that native American people still exist though. If you don't even know that we're still here Addressing and helping to find solutions to the issues that are community that becomes even even more home but additionally are health disparities are something that that our community certainly deals with underlying conditions such as heart disease diabetes Asthma And then puts us even more at risk for our contracting covert and then developing Applications from that among Americans actually the incidence of some of these conditions is far higher than the general population. You just share a little bit about that. That's correct so We are at the top of many the the list that you don't want to be Allah at the top of Van so again when it comes. Stage shoes around our heart. Disease and diabetes Any kind of complications I think you know as we are As we're tackling some of these things to were also navigating through housing shortages on and Access to To food to all the things I think that Some folks take for granted and a lot of our. Our tribal communities ARE NOT AUSTIN EASILY ACCESSIBLE. And the biggest thing is that you know we've been working with our tribes here in. Minnesota is just the acknowledgement that Our tribes have. It's it's an so much of the revenue source for tribes has happened through Through gaming and You know we certainly The governor and I couldn't issue an order asking casinos to close but our tribal leaders made that decision on their own and followed followed by the states at homeowner on and that was really difficult. A really difficult position. So one of the you know the things that we've also done is Which together as we were working on our response I in partnership with the tribes we put together by tribal assistance funds on that we were able to move through the legislature Eleven million dollars and not fun to then give individual grants which. I've eletions absent money while they're waiting for. The additional support should come federal governments so that they can get reimbursed by and other things. The reality is that you know. Millions of tribal members get their healthcare through the Indian Health Service which was set up in exchange for access to you know tribal lands. What is your understanding of the testing situation? I mean we're hearing from governors across the country that they're competing with each other is the Indian Health Service similarly having to compete with other entities. These things what is the situation there first of all. I'm glad that you acknowledged just the we were guaranteed to things which is education and healthcare in exchange for all of the meaning of the United States Indian Health Service has never been adequately funded and has never been the healthcare needs of of native people and so now we have this presence on top of it. It's simply only exacerbating. I think some of those shortfalls comes to testing the cracks. That we that the Indian Health Service is also competing with the states to get the testing equipment of up and We find ourselves in a situation where it sure would be helpful if the federal government at a better job or needing throughout the states and within the in house press one of the challenges that we've had in. Minnesota is even when we received these has kids as a state The reagents that is needed for these kids or additional. Swabs are not included. And so if you're sending out a kit you can't actually use it unless it's complete so we're following. The tribes in our state is to find out if they have in. Fact received a full kids who begin testing than mean has. has not been matched when it comes to testing. I think for states but a bit especially for our our native nations across the country. The federal government has pledged as part of the latest. The Release Act has pledged. You know some millions of dollars To the trouble nations for the same reason this money is being sent to other other other groups and individuals has any of that money been received yet to your knowledge. Some of it has I think the the large amount of the eight billion dollars that was allocated by Congress That money has not been disturbed. Yes and the issue there is that Treasury has never Directly granted or sent money to tribes before and so they're trying to determine what the appropriate formula is for the the dispersion and those funds. I'm I'm worried about How that formula will be a develops There are five hundred seventy three native nations within the borders of United States of America and You know for an entity that has not done this yet. I think we are paying close attention to how they determine as they're going through consultation how these funds will be dispersed but we are weeks and weeks into this crisis and I worry about the ability to get that money. How quickly and and for for folks to for our leaders to be able to meet that needs no. I know that many folks are paying close attention. Now you're telling us that there are eleven tribulations in Minnesota. You governor rated to put together a package for the child within the state of what? What's their situation? I mean is your worst case. Scenario coming through there no so far We are We do we do daily calls with with tribal leaders along with our congressional partners And you know. I think that that's been really important to make sure that we are communicating effectively with What the needs are better. Coordinate with local county health officials that type of thing and we're really we were able to implement that because the governor and I have made through her at that our relationships would try to leashes has been a real priority for our industry To because of that relationship we've been able to get you a better spot. A big with coordination response now We do know that. At the Red Lake Nation. For example on six hundred of their tribal members are experiencing homelessness and even in that is a a real issue as revealing about how people can do social distance saying stay at home limited exposure. And so we're working With with Red Lake on on that particular issue but are logging either. Nations are Spore Dakota seven or nations In Minnesota You all have their unique situations. Were just trying to communicate and get them the resources that they need in the short-term we make those connections to be able to respond to take care of of their communities for the one other thing that I would mention here too is that Fifty percents of native Americans don't live on reservations and so we have pretty significant urban population.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on Amanpour
"A way that is fair in other words those who can contribute more do that and there is a sense of unity solidarity built in this crisis. We have one thing working for us that I three months ago. I probably would have not seen in such a positive light. Entities very low interest rates zero even even negative that gives us some space for governments. That are now boring. More building higher deficits that that can be finals for some time until we get our house in order and we also think of this crisis as an opportunity. Christiane how can we boost the recovery in a way that it is green this climate resilient in which we are thinking of gender equality? We Bake sure that women are treated as equal partners in other words. Can we on the other side have a better stronger society at the on this one? You know that's something that a lot of people have been talking about hoping for and dreaming of so maybe this is a chance to reset. We Really Hope Kristalina Georgieva. Thank you so much. Managing Director of the IMF now economic fears health anxieties and relationships all while trapped inside. That is just a few of the new pressures piling on all at once. So let's get advice on how to deal with it all with the world's favourite relationship guru esta parallel. She's talking to couples under lockdown across the planet with her podcast. Where should we begin as to parral? Welcome to the program From Woodstock New York so you just heard you've just heard the IMF direct. I mean you know. She's talked about the worst and the potential best. That could come out of it. Are you hearing that kind of range of feelings from people? Who are contacting you. I mean you know these economic realities that we're just described on a macro level. They literally enter inside the home of every family every couple in every individual so we had a an hearing a breath of of of experiences when it comes to relationships what we have often known when it comes to disasters is that they function like a relationship accelerator basically so if we just began dating we may suddenly be living together if If we if we were together we suddenly decide that it's time to have a child. We are aware that life is short that mortality is hovering around us and so some of us say life is short. What am I waiting for? Let's babies let's be together. Let's add Mary. Let's Mary and then we have other people who say like short. I've waited long enough. I'm out of here. I'm dumb and we know that there is always an increase of divorce in an increase of children that come on the heels of this acute awareness that we can sue randomly be exterminated that we have lost whatever sense of safety and security that we thought we had about the world and that we are in an acute state of grief at this moment not just for physical death but for the death of the world that we have known. It's really interesting that because you've also talked about how what's happening is total disruption not just global disruption disruption of each individual's life so given what you've just said how people coping what do you tell them so one of the first things that people describe is how. Davies this complete amalgamation of all our roles in one place. I'm sitting on the same chair the whole day in the same place and in the from that place. I am a therapist. I am a mother. I am a partner a friend I am. You know. All the rules are bleeding into each other or the weekend is the same as the weekday and Davies. This loss of the marcation in the nation usually a rose are taking place in certain locales. We change them. We go to different places for them. Now it's only in one spot and that disruption is more than just the disruption of our routine scenario a sense of continuity to disruption of of every ritual of our life. And so the first thing I need to find ways to create borders. Don't eat at the same table if you cannot change. The table changed the look. If you WANNA have dinner with your partner and your just the two of you and you can have a day dress up. Pretend you're going out children at our guiding this moment they are able to continue to understand that freedom in confinement comes to our imagination. They're talking to dragons. They're talking to Kings. They're talking to imaginary people or the time we need to access our imagination. That's the one place where we are. Currently not confined. We may be physically confined but we can still create an environment around us so creating. The nation's is wanting that is going to go a long way finding some kind of structure we didn't chaos that is suddenly being experienced. Not Trying to pretend that we are just working from home as I heard you say but we are working with home at the same time as we work in the army. Respect for some of us the mute button you know behind us his whole cast of characters sometimes on the whole life taking place that we're trying to ignore while we are trying to be professional in here we working with home and that means that we working with the fears of others and we're working with this sleepless nights of others and we working with stress levels of others and we need to find ways to regulate all of that good headphones on if she can on occasion. Listen to that makes you feel good and brings joy to you take walks take walks alone on occasion. Just move because we are so static in this moment that our entire sense of trauma and dread is contracting in our body and there is this undercurrent of dread going on which is not always name. Sadness fear helplessness despair powerlessness anger does the emotions. And it comes with gratitude. In hope encouraged this they are there too and the more we named him. The less we react to them. And the more we are able to actually articulate them and connect with the people around us. This is the real time for mass. Mutual I on mass mutual reliance. That's that's really an interesting way to put it. I hadn't heard that put it that way. But can I just ask you because you are also conducting your your podcast? I put where should we begin couples on the lockdown and use you still dealing with relationships and I just want to play a little clip? It's obviously audio. Because the way you do it is that you get them to agree to be published but also obviously anonymously so this is a couple in Sicily and you know this sort of finding each other again. You'll we'll play a little bit of a clip and we'll talk about it. What's the one thing that you've been wanting to say to her? Want to sleep. You Miss you miss you miss you know. I mean I don't want to miss you and then you come back. Suddenly I miss you. I want you to be alone the night we were together and in some ways something happened the real together anymore..
Taylor Swift's 'Cats' song has been shut out of the 2020 Oscars already
"News an Oscar shortlist has been revealed for Best Original Song and well beyond say Thom Yorke are all in the short list Taylor swift is not known for her son from caps a noticeable noticeably absent from the shortlist would be Taylor swift song beautiful go said she co wrote with Andrew Lloyd Webber for the film version of cats now the song was nominated for a golden globe but blue there were to be found but you can't see panic at the disco there on the short list for a Best Original Song Oscar so it's T. pain okay good for the soul and Randy Newman better luck next time Taylor yeah and the the full list of Oscar nominees will be announced on January thirteenth at the Oscars are on Sunday February
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on What It Takes
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"andrew lloyd" Discussed on What It Takes
"I read the melody fairly quickly. We was a great hand today because I was writing. I was with the jeans musical which was out of town at that time and I knew it was going to be a disaster and I remember the not GonNa worry about it this afternoon. I'm going to start writing something new very good piece of advice to people coming into the theater which which is always really having your mind INEX- project's GonNa be because it doesn't matter then how it's your I mean the Old George Abbott who was one hundred and whatever it was when he died. I'm always saying you know when you've got a musical opening. Make sure the ten o'clock morning afterwards you go to meeting about the next one and I was actually should completely follow that advice but I certainly think it's always a good idea to have another thought other thoughts going getting in your head about what you might right. You are so clearly doing what you're meant to do Well the luckiest thing you can have in life is to know what you want to do and then if you are lucky enough to be able to make it your career that's it's fantastic and if as lucky as I've been that have not in your career. But it's allowed you indulge yourself in other things like my number bought. Ah By pictures. I can do what I won't. You are very very lucky. Indeed and that's why I believe very strongly in putting back into the theater what I can hand back into music. What what can the really interesting thing to me? I guess is that you know. I got the opportunity to help. Young people get into the get into music. I eight thousand children. Roughly and getting free music lessons in Ah in Britain and we have the initiative that funded that is listed by the American theatre wing. Here which gained is about getting children younger people into into music and theater. I bought a break difficulties at the moment. Right across the world is is that the arts and music music in particular. Michael is being cut out of the school curriculum. And it's absolutely insane because with the scheme that I'm talking about about eight thousand kids. We have roughly clean in Britain. These are all in schools in pretty rough areas and what happens. It's not about making them turning them into musicians will let's great if few of them do become so but it's about actually giving them something which is liberating and and we find that. Ah Behavior changes that the schools weather the music is embraced. You find that a lot of difficulties with crying knife crime drugs and and everything actually disappear and one of the things we also discover the if you give the children a musical instrument very often. It's the first thing saying that they've ever truly owned. And we find that sense of ownership often leads to kids wanting to come in and work on out of school is. They'll oh come on a Saturday and make music and it's really vital for. I believe the health of society that we keep music in our education system all over the world. Where does music mean to you what it means? I think I think it means that you could be free. Liberated I really you do feel that I think that it. It does through music and appreciation and listening to music. You can find something that is outside side of the noble Monday knife and you find something the truly does enrich.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on What It Takes
"Yes I suppose probably my most famous shows are more or less completely threw written and through composed. Because I like writing that way because does it means that as a composer. I'm I'm in control of the dramatic arc of the evening and it's the music is driving along with the story but look I just did. School of Rock in School of rock is something that absolutely has to have a script because it the tempo of the whole thing has to be driven with dialogue as well as music so there is no rule. That's but that's what we talked to that. But I didn't get from him what I really wanted to get out in. which is how his personality as a musician completely changed when he was running with Hammerstein compared to these early years when he was riding with Lawrence Heart? And I mean you could see a little bit of the Rogers that you find in Hammerstein occasionally additionally in the world that he did with hard but it's like two different people. That's what I wanted to ask him and he kept on. Have you found that that when you work when work with Tim. Rice that there's a different interlude Weber. That comes out then I did. I didn't really think so. I mean shatteringly. Of course the last piece I wrote with Tim Rice in nineteen seventy six. So I haven't written with him since apart from very occasional little things where we perhaps have added something to Jersey for. We wrote a song for the movie of Evita but we haven't written a full length piece or anything substantial together enough breath full. Well Gosh not seventy six fourteen years. Isn't it on yet. One still talks about it well. Naturally that's because Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Mhm Rice's musicals have had staying power and revival power last summer in London. You could have gone to a new production of Joseph SUV and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat. Jesus Christ superstar and Evita if you could have managed to get a ticket and then there was the the two thousand eighteen NBC television live concert version of Jesus Christ superstar starring John Legend as Jesus and Sarah Barilla's as Mary Magdalene. How's that for relevancy? It even won an emmy making Andrew Lloyd Webber One of only only fifteen people to win an emmy a grammy and Oscar and a Tony..
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on What It Takes
"Here you are a teenager. You're sitting at the piano. Play the melody for Tim. Bryce how does it work. Can you tell us how the creative process worked. Well I mean with anything to do musical theater. which is really what I do? I mean you can handwrite melody's in isolation yes. Of course we can think of the mime in any time they could come in the mid. I could think of one in the middle of this interview But really eh with musicals everything starts and finishes with the story. I am a firm believer that a great musical school can't carry a bad story whereas a really great story can carry an okay musical school. I could give many examples of that but you're uh well give us really great example of a of a great story carrying on carrying but service by fantastic. School would be Romeo Juliet Westside westside story. Or if you WANNA go. Shakespeare hamlet the lung king because the Lion King is really the story of handed and it. Those are role great stories. And in my case I I found that I don Sutton musicals. Where perhaps the story isn't really strong enough and no matter what I? I think that the musical never really have been as successful as it wouldn't be if it had been a great story rates to look at look at the story of Joseph is wonderful because it's very simple primal tale about Jealousy and then redemption and forgiveness us and that's private sale. I mean the story. I mean thinking that the Tim Rice wants the story of will the last seven days of Jesus Christ is pretty good and the of course the one show that you come round and say well. He's talking nonsense about great story would be cats because cats hasn't really a story That was that was me trying to do something that I hadn't done before I mean my mother used to read me. CAP EARNS OPRAH's book of practical cats Salaam. Little boy McDermott is a mystery cat. He's called the hidden bowl for. He's the mouse to criminal. Who can defy the law? Oh He's the bafflement of Scotland Yard the flying squad's despair but when they reached the scene of crime. mcavan is is not and Tim. Rice on was like to really right to melodies but with cats I wanted to do was to see if I could set existing verse because I'd never done that before so I started setting the terms thinking to them as a concept piece and and with VIP because Valerie Alia to tears. Elliot's widow gave me some other poems which would not actually published as zones possum. I thought I'd got something bigger. I wasn't sure what it was. And that evolved into cats the musical which was very very much about dance which was happening. In Britain at the time and a whole load of areas of the Vai hadn't really got into but primarily. It started because I wanted to see if I could set existing poetry to Music Matt Tees Cat. He's called the hidden for. He's a master a criminal who can defy the law. He's the momentum. Scotland Yard the flying squad when they reached the scene of crime. McCafferty's.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on What It Takes
"My parents gave up on me day. They knew I was sort of really doing my own. My own way and finding Diane Path and I think possibly wisely My father was not really very keen for me to be to formally musically glee educated. There was I got a cool. I could be difficult to explain Demi ship to Molin College Oxford in history and I met Tim Rice by that point so I decided really not to take it up which the family of thought of Prestige was pretty olden. Weird thing thing to do especially if you call it a scholarship or exhibition to Oxford. They thought that was. That was a bit weird but my dad didn't and he knew that I would really do what I wanted to do. You were only seventeen you Were aware that you were pretty. Darn good with melodies. And how is it that you knew that Tim Rice would have been a good collaborator. Well I knew then the already. Then that the people I I did do a terminal but I got my very into Oxford theatre very very fast and I thought I'd find you know loads of people who could really write lyrics and Dino Walter. I realize very very quickly the leary writing. goodly writing is very very very diff very specific and good. Louis do not grow on trees and I realized that Tim and his turn of phrase and everything he was doing was was very special and so I think the proof of the pudding really was just the first thing we wrote who's Jesse Mason technicolor. dreamcoat was actually the first thing we wrote because we did a musical that never got on which was sort of commission but Elicits Joseph and we just had a revival in London palladium which has been in Manama success in London and I was struck. I nothing to do with this revival. I just went to remember the puppy really and I just so struck by how his words and everything is still fresh over fifty two years later after we wrote it and I think that answers your question. I knew very very early on that. His words was special and It was London and was very much. It's what they call swinging London in those days where I caught the tail end of it and It but but again I was an old animal because host. Everybody else was doing rock and pop and all that rotten pop was a huge part of my background. I still wanted to do musicals and musicals. I would not what people were doing particularly. Try Not to get.
Taylor Swift Drops Purrfect Cats Song ''Beautiful Ghosts''--Listen Now
"Taylor swift music in this Friday it's going to be her track that she co wrote with Andrew Lloyd Webber for the film version of cats the song is called the beautiful ghost and just a reminder that Taylor swift is one of the many stars in the film version of cats with the CG I for and the cats with boobs yeah he's out on December twenty hats with blue actually that why didn't they write that song **** cats with the very
Taylor Swift and Andrew Lloyd Webber Have Co-Written a New Song for ‘Cats’
"A lot of money Hey somebody this collaboration Taylor swift yeah wrote a new song for cats really with the cats man himself with my friend Edward Webber let's interest as for the movie interesting yeah it is Taylor so she you know she right pushes does right all around stuff she she does you know when and wrote the song memory thank god on some cats that's the only part of cats I like a well he wrote this he wrote the song any thought she's the song it's it gets the melody came too easy for me and it was a little worried that maybe he stole it from some right so I went to his father who is a musician any places that the songs that that was the sound like to you as father says it sounds like a million dollars to me
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"They're all oh my god so british hello to our friend alastair hello allaster. I don't think he is injury weber son. I hope ooh oh my god well. He has told us he's not exactly high auster. You can send some money to atlas because your daddy is very rich. So this musical tells the story of a young obselete steam engine named rusty who races in a championship against modern engines in the hope of impressing a first class carriage named pearl famously the actors performed for me. The entire show on roller skates. The west end production of starlight express is the eighth longest running musical in broadway and west end history having been performed seven thousand four hundred and nine times between nineteen eighty-four and two thousand and two starlight express is also the most successful musical in germany where it has been performed in a purpose purpose built theatre since nineteen eighty eight and has been seen by over sixteen million people to date they have not stopped performing starlight light express eight days a week since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. It's just it's just a continuous performance in a new actor drops on the stage like every eight hours. This is somebody shift. They get off and stop rollerskating yeah well. Apparently the purpose built theatre is the audience sits in the middle and then there are three he tracks going upwards so you actually watch the actor skating around and above you think of them we calories you burn. I got so skinny and the germans were like y'all y'all. They love it so jane kaczynski. Aka maroney was in the original nineteen eighty-seven broadway rodway cast as dinah the sweet gentle dining car. How about that. How about that. <hes> starlight express has its roots in three abandoned projects one an an animated tv series based on thomas the tank engine. It sounds so i was told you say this sounds like a tank engines to novelty pop single that inter laid railroad wrote and three an animated film based on cinderella in this version of the story the prince would hold a competition to decide which engine would pull the royal train across the united states of america cinderella would be a steam engine and the ugly sisters would be a diesel engine electric engine. The project shockingly went into development. Hell but andrew lloyd webber remained interested in the idea of telling a story with trains so starlight express it is the the poster ford is very eighties and it looks like gem like stars and like smoke as soon as irs so that starlight perms us marissa's many wristbands and ankle bands since your ankles they get they get very very chilly or it was going to say sweaty and sweaty chilean sweaty depending on in what you're doing anyway cricket so cricket is a short musical written by l. Dubs and tim'rous it was commissioned for queen elizabeth's sixtieth birthday celebration and was first performed at windsor castle on june eighteenth nineteen eighty-six. Several of the tunes from the show were later used for a later musical called aspects of love so the work was dropped from public performance or recording <hes> cricket was the last original musical tim rice and andrew lloyd webber wrote together okay okay so they came back together for cricket and they never worked about the bug or the sport..
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Nineteen eighty-three after one thousand five hundred sixty seven performances patti lupone started as eva with with <hes> mandy patinkin as shame <hes> lupone has stated about her time at nevada quote here we go evita was the worst experience of my life. She said i was screaming. My way through a part that could only have been written by a man who hates women and i had no support from the producers who wanted to star performance onstage but treated me <music> as an unknown backstage. It was like beirut and i fought like a banshee. She does not give god bless. Palpably lipponen hates everything in anyone anyone and does not take shit from anybody. I love the hell out of her. She kept going in an interview in two thousand. Eleven lupone commented quote. He writes crap music vita. It was his best score evita in its bizarreness. When i first heard it i thought i swear to god. He hated women. There are some very romantic moments in his music and there are some real trash that he he doesn't even think about partying with he's not very good editor of his own stuff and then she and then she continued with him like this wasn't the first and last time that pettibone worked with the andrew lloyd webber so who knows anyway the song. Don't cry for me. Argentina became a hit single along with the song. You must love me written specifically for the nineteen ninety-six film version version starring madonna <hes> antonio banderas as shea according to android weber the songs purpose was to showcase perrin's emotional state at the time as as well as her relationship with her husband juan peron <hes> madonna who started in the title role of the film had tried to change the lyrics of the track to create a sympathetic portrayal of perron but was unsuccessful. She also undertook vocal lessons to record the songs for the film. Because the part of evita the part of eva peron in the musical is a mezzo soprano okay and and madonna is not nothing madonna's not a singer like madonna's not a good singer. I know i'm going on is nothing. I i really hope. People don't isolate that she doesn't care about me. She's got more money than anybody no. She's not like madonna has sent herself. I didn't get into pop music because i thought i had a great voice. I got into pop music because i had something to say so. She knows she's not like a great voice voice but the fact that she she and she really like gun for this part <hes> she wrote letters director. She like <hes> one of her music videos does she did like a whole like spain thing. Yeah yeah remember then was remember the song but yeah she's there's like a bull fighter and she's like dressed up like eva peron but it was all part of her like plan to spanish lullaby or something yeah yeah. Is that earlier. No i think it may have been yeah may have been the same like era where she was like. I'm going to write a song about this so i can get a partner vida anyway. The movie did well apparently okay so the next musical's called. Tell me on a sunday <hes> it's a musical with music by our boy and lyrics by a man named don black. It's a one woman show <hes> it has been performed by number of female singers actors and one x song cycle it tells the story of an ordinary english girl offer multiple hill.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Norm lewis is amongst others flirting sidebar. I keep learning more about alice cooper like yeah. We're gonna clean. Where are we talking about alice cooper the other day. We're like what else cooper. I was just talking about with. I don't know he might show up in a future episode discern. They just make a brand name. Appearance in an upcoming episode is alice cooper. Is he running the matrix. Is that what it is because i was talking to somebody somebody about alice cooper. Yes i was talking to my co worker. Kerri about alice cooper and i heard that alice cooper loves golf. He's like a cool guy. I dated a guy hi who lived down the street from him and apparently he's just like a sweet man who just loves his family and rock and enroll and an rock and roll yeah. It's crazy okay so is next musical was called by jeeves. It was eve's side jeeves like by jeeves originally just jeeves k it is a nine hundred and seventy five musical by weber and alan eck born. Who was the lyricist versus for that one. That sounds like a student. I know right. Is tim rights him. It was based on the novels of p._g. Wodehouse oh okay yeah yeah so it make sense. <hes> in the jeeves jeeves is the original nineteen seventy-five version which opened on april twenty second nineteen seventy five and closed on may twenty four th after thirty eight performances. Yes don't ask him about it. Don't ask him about it. Don't ask jeeves. This is very good stepped on my joke. Sorry sorry that's my fault i should've i should've looked at your hand. It is regarded as andrew lloyd webber's only only real flop. Several critics noted that the authors failed to develop the title character jeeves not even having a solo song very weird <hes> by jeeves is there rewritten nineteen ninety-six version which opened on may first nineteen ninety-six in london and due to success was extended to february nineteen ninety-seven through three theaters it premiered in the u._s. and ninety six and on broadway in two thousand one. It's perfectly fine all right here. We go evita right. <hes> don't cry for me. Argentina absolutely not began as a rock opera concept album released in nineteen seventy six so its success led to productions in london's west end in nineteen seventy eight winning the laurence olivier award for best musical on broadway your later where it was first where it was the first british musical to receive the tony award for best musical michael yeah so the plot is a somewhat unsympathetic look at eva peron's life and her ambitions. It's not flattering bring to still alive when this when this came out right no she was she had died o that evita came out because the death scene okay talk she died of cancer like relatively young like in her late forties so it's narrated much like with joseph and jesus is this christ by an outsider voice chair who is i think chappaqua vera which is wild and it begins with evita's funeral announcement and then recounts how's her life in a narrated flashback rice and lloyd webber parted ways soon after evita not a not a venue like contentiousness or anything but they both you've had a lot of work separately castro decided just kind of part creatively and they parted for a long time actually many years today only did like four or things together yeah they only did like four things together prior to the break up and then they got together and did some other things later and i think in the nineties nineties so veto opened at the prince edward theatre in the west end on june twenty first nineteen seventy-eight enclosed on february twenty six thousand nine hundred six after three thousand one hundred seventy seventy six performances after debuting in los angeles.
Remembering Broadway legend Hal Prince
"Stewart we'd like to take a moment to remember the life and work of legendary musical theater director producer hal prince the winner of a record twenty one Tony awards how prince died in Iceland after a brief illness he was ninety one purchase career spanned more than seventy years he ordered such major shows West Side Story damn Yankees fiddler on the roof cabaret Sweeney Todd and the phantom of the opera how prince was born in New York in nineteen twenty eight after I graduated from the university of Pennsylvania he approach Broadway producer director George abbot to ask for a job he said he work for free ultimately prince made it on his own and in nineteen fifty four he produced the pajama game and hired a rabbit to direct it help and began a prolific collaboration with composer lyricist Stephen Sondheim in nineteen seventy they work together and six shows which prints both directed and produced another one of princes longtime collaborators composer Andrew Lloyd Webber said in a statement today quote farewell how not just the prince of musicals the crowned heads who directed two of the greatest productions of my career and vita and phantom this wonderful man taught me so much in his mastery musical theater was without
The Internet Responds to the New Trailer for 'Cats'
"The trailer for the movie cats uh-huh so curveball if we could create a vast distance between quality as vast distances possible from the South Pole to the North Pole and back again that's cats to once upon a time in Hollywood in my mind Chris. I Really WanNa know what you thought of the cats trailer. I'm starting to lose the La- grip on the road pure man like I don't know. I don't really know what my purpose and role is in this culture if this is what we're doing wow if brought you to your knees. I'm a fake animal that sings. I don't need me. You'll need my takes like you know what I'm saying like retiring. I'm I'm just saying that like I have nothing to offer. Cats culture cats culture yeah. What's what is it? What are your dog guy? You know wish that Milton in could sing no did I need to see James Corden as a cat various other people as cats. I I don't know who this movie is for other than intense fans of the extremely long running winning Broadway musical cats which is utterly mediocre musical by all accounts not really in the in the Pantheon of the great examples of all time memories. JAMMIES is okay but you know what what else. I don't know they've assemble levels <unk>. Dave assembled a lot of talent. This has like all time stinker at non it. I think it has all time film twitter meam Lord written all over and we find out that film twitter is not the real world. I think three hundred dollars yes. That's the big question is is the trailer hit on Thursday. Everybody acted as if they got a star is born but in reverse yeah they could that they were they thought was going to be bad and it was actually worse than they thought it was going to be and they they left at the chance like a cat right to make fun of it can can I just read some of the names of of the characters lease due. Taylor swift is playing a cat named bumble Arena Scher eagerly anticipating that performance Gordon is playing a cat named Busta for Jones Yeah Yeah of course as the call me that Jennifer Hudson Grizz Abella Yup the crucible is the singer of memories rebel Wilson Jenny any dots yeah cool cat names racism creative writing Cinderella tighter. Yeah I know about that guy little known facts about cat. Isn't there something Jelica yes little known. Fact about cats is Andrew. Lloyd Webber was nine years old when he wrote it surprising that we're not but <hes> so you guys are. I'm not anticipating this movie not that much snow. Would you say you're anticipating it less than Topgun Maverick. Yeah I mean I think that if if you could if I could get in a time machine and they were like do you WanNa go back and kill Hitler right or you know Bassy Alexander the Great Cross the Russian steps I would like can I just go ahead fifteen months to see top gun to in the span of five minutes you have retired fulltime cultural commentary and you have stated that rather than kill Hitler. You would like like to go forward nine months. The high stakes here. I can't imagine listen people's choices of their own choices it I could not. I can't imagine sitting through this movie. Here's the here's the issue with the realistic take on cats. What's the genitals where are they? What's going on with them? You see I'm watching trailing arm like I'm expecting to see a para harakat nuts. Are you not you are because it's a realistic moved in this. Why are we doing it? Can they wear pants. Why are they not wearing pants? WHO's Coordi- character Busta for bus drivers got like a little petticoat yeah? He's starting it some wearing pants summer. Not What is the deal. What does the deal is this exactly what you hoped or hoping the Jason would imitate Jerry Seinfeld seeing the trailer for cats so yes? This is exactly what imagining
Taylor Swift, Bumbler Arena And Andrew Lloyd Webber discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"An Instagram post Taylor swift says she's ready to play the role of bumbler arena in the film version of cats based on the Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical the all star cast also includes Jennifer Hudson, James corden, Idris Elba, and Ian, McKellen cats is set to hit the big screen right before
Nickelodeon’s ‘Blue’s Clues’ Reboot Gets New Host & New Title
"Nickelodeon has found a new human companion for blue for the reboot. Blue's clues. The revival will be called Blue's clues and Hugh and stars Broadway. Actor Joshua Delacruz. It will launch production this month in Toronto. The new season will consist of twenty episodes on Nick junior host. Steve burns original host. Steve burns help producers search for the new host. He said I had a great honor of being a part of the search for the new host. And I give Josh two thumbs up. Awesome. I think this is great. I can't wait. It's a really great show. Steve burns was amazing. Yeah. He was in that role. When they brought in Steve Burns's, brother, Joe. What a frog.
Cats choreographer Gillian Lynne dies aged 92
"I would put out its first official results i'm located on a promise to revolutionize mexico saying he would fight corruption violence and poverty in exit polls almost marina party was performing well in state and local races across the country on the flip side the incumbent pre party was suffering big losses for npr news i'm james frederick in mexico city crews are battling large wildfires and at least nine states mostly in the western us most burning in alaska colorado california utah and new mexico admit hot dry conditions that's according to the national interational fire center rock hill maria dillon has an update on a large fire burning in northern california the fire in lake county consumed about thirty five square miles of dry grass an oak woodlands about one hundred miles north of san francisco cal fire spokesman chris anthony said north winds are fanning the flames and creating dangerous conditions combine that with a really steep inaccessible terrain and you know that all is going to contribute to very extreme and rapid fire spread smelt from that fire traveled south turning the sky eerie shade of orange in the san francisco bay area flakes of ash gathered on cars plants and window sills airquality officials issued a smoke advisory and advised bay area residents with respiratory conditions to stay inside forecasters expect the hayes to remain until the winds shift on tuesday for npr news i'm racquel maria dylan in san francisco stocks in asia ended the day sharply lower this is npr news from washington broadway choreographer jillian lynn has died at the age of ninety two her husband announced her death on social media as jeff london reports lynn did the choreography for the hit musicals cats and phantom of the opera born in bromley kent lean showed offer talented in early age she joined the sadler's wells ballet during world war two made her solo debut at the age of twenty and danced many leading roles she created ballets and in the nineteen sixties began choreographing and directing musicals in the west end and on broadway but her greatest acclaim came with to andrew lloyd webber musicals tat's in one thousand nine hundred eighty one and the phantom of the opera in nineteen eighty six it's still playing in london and on broadway ling was named dame commander of the order of the british empire in two thousand fourteen and last month the theater were cats premiered was renamed in her honor for npr news i'm jeff london in new york lebron james is leaving the nba's cleveland cavaliers to join the los angeles lakers james agreed to a four year contract with the lakers worth one hundred fifty four million dollars the announcement comes less than twenty four hours after the league's free agency period opened james weighed a total of eleven years with cleveland winning one nba title he won two with the miami heat there are two matches today at the men's world cup soccer tournament in russia brazil plays mexico followed by belgium against japan yesterday russia upset spain and a game that went to penalty kicks also yesterday croatia denmark that came also went to pk's i'm dave mattingly in washing jason support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the estate of joan b kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investment in the future of public radio and seeks to help npr produced programming that meets the highest standards of public service.
China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs
"The coming up on the outside with me nikki baby oscar winning director steven soderbergh shot his new movie unseen on an iphone he tells us why and director abel juvenile tells us about her new film a wrinkle in time and working with the special effects team nothing's being decided by the effects people i'm the director and i am involved in every part of the process so i think there are some situations where a director may feel uncomfortable and step out of that top part of the process but for me it was a real joy genucel monet talks about her new album dirty computer and the british gorge of musical theatre sir andrew lloyd webber really rates the new sound of roadway the new writers who are writing with a much much broader spectrum influences a much wider and they're much more based in robelike mine were all that and a nigerian author who's that in my coming up on the arts our hello neil nunez with the bbc news china has imposed new import taxes on three billion dollars worth of us goods in response to president trump's increased tariffs on steel and aluminium products mr trump has also warned of additional tariffs on chinese goods as a penalty for violations of us intellectual property law are china correspondent steve mcdonald has the details from today one hundred and twenty eight hundred nine hundred states products a subject to chinese tariffs larrikin pork and scrap aluminium at a rate of twenty five percents knots fruit gene sing and wine at fifteen percent the measures announced by china's finance ministry said to be in response to washington's first round of tariffs on steel and aluminium the trump administration said it had to act to curb what is described as china's theft of foreign intellectual property but analysts have warned that tit for tat rounds of tariff imposition risks dragging other countries into a fullblown trade war essential left candidate in the presidential elections in costa rica condos alvarado has decisively defeated his conservative challenger details from willow ground the result now irreversible many costa ricans have breathing a huge side relief plenty.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Like to have off piste perform first in the theatre but no theatre producer was remotely interested in a musical about jesus christ they thought that was the worst idea than anybody ever had on that so we we accepted the offer to recalled it on wrote it really if you light like a musical radio play that makes any sense it it had to be something that people could take home and followed the story in their own home without any visual interpretation of it were where you ever intimidated i spend a lot of time thinking about the risks we take were young were you ever intimidated at all that you were taking on the socalled greatest story ever told now i daddy we wear you've got to remember at the time in nineteen sixty nine when we did the original single that the walls of jesus movement till they we didn't really realize that back in britain of of the was in america and account as the cyclist is everything we didn't know when we were writing it back in britain but we didn't know that we'd hit something or we were writing something that was gonna hit a cold in america for just tuning in you're listening to queue i'm speaking with andrew lloyd webber the songwriter musical icon behind broadway juggernauts like jesus christ superstar if vita and a certain musical inspired by t s eliot yearly gold cuts come out to night jellicoe cuts come one komo the jellicoe moon is shining right jelly calls come to the jellicoe bowl jellicoe cats are black and white gold capsule rather small jellico cut saw marianne break and pleasant to here when they got a whoa jellicoe guts have i'll go down.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on WCTC
"Andrew lloyd webber and members of the estreet band uh it is now been extended i understand well one to twenty ag twenty into june i ghozi demands short because of demand i am not sure what a ticket prices are they strolled or quite high quiet high us and this the show is completely scripted which is something that you don't expect though of bruce springsteen a expected to be kind of spontaneous kind of you know spur the moment let's do this song let's do that song by apparently everything to songs are all in the same order every night everything is kind of scripted what he talks about between the songs apparently is the same every night because this is a broadway show right if naidoo springsteen cancer in their daughters of different have you see it uh come on get an anti address the full disclosure yeah it's great to have you that's great i think it's really great because he can you know you sound like you you've been that's i've heard is fantastic yeah i'd see it again at excellent excellent good luck getting tickets but you might be able to as a celebrity that you were so you know one of springsteen's most iconic albums was greetings from asbury park tariffs layton this summer however we experienced what i like to call greetings from island beach state park if you recall burt a state budget dispute led to the state government shutting down just before the fourth of july i recall but that was made even worse when images surfaced of governor christie and his family enjoying the weekend island beach state park well all of the other state parks including not one were closed so as they send this became a real buzzed term this year bad opd at young i friend actually i see the picture that with him and his beach chair yeah right our surrounded by his family crazy and the and a lot of people forgot that the governor actually has a residence at island beach they parkway with the.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on WTVN
"Yeah cameron mackintosh presents the spectacular new production of andrew lloyd webber's phantom of the opera critics are raving it's bigger and better than ever before seed of a nominal new production of a world's greatest love story the phantom of the opera at the ohio theater january third through fourteen visit ticketmastercom for tickets now a western christmas it rods is not what it used to be today's western the titles look which is most a little people more i think got edgy a pretty good idea and exciting of what of is course out this rods week has but you it can all buy your tickets in rods you is can right get all here your friends in together your backyard preorder your concessions on the western and side then skip of seventy the one lines on silver dr it and of course is you can stunning shop online at rods in dot its com eez and brilliance do you love and you can the even way your win hold free looks stuff in the fall the right backdrop now if you want of to try colorful leaves and text fall the decorations word favorite to why a not t make o sure m you one love it's another the way chance your whole to win looks all year if long you were add curb if appeal you do that and just value keep in mind to your home abc six meteorologisy andrew buck michael we finally made it to friday morning in today is the coldest day on our seventy forecast could see a little bit of light spotty snow today little to no accumulation expected in mostly to partly cloudy skies type let's still a little bit of light snow mainly north 27 agrees for the overnight low tonight and then tomorrow partly cloudy with a high of forty two his check of your forecast powered by the basement dr currently it's 17 and grand new nineteen at your severe weather station news radio.
"andrew lloyd" Discussed on WJR 760
"Hello dolly overnight with tara jerry la dow is injured it was over here your grocer leader i we just scratched the surface as usual alan liechtenstein never enough time the tony's on tonight on cbs while we're having a live of their after maple feeder tonight seven o'clock yeah we have always give away a ticket of uh a a merchandise whoever shows that area like that and we have our own little party of maple feeder every year for turning i come join us there all right i'll stop by and they'll tell us all about all the new shows we are carrying a fever including american in paris will do something on that 2017 wanted escort i really got pretty great show and what about that the andrew lloyd webber we got the sequel ordering the natural world international tour in detroit of uh comfortable of our way uh really love never die yes right i mr weber coverage of detroit really andrew heard what was going to be here i put a put put me down analysts the chat with him that'd be great i'll talk to you soon alan liechtenstein voting and the tony awards tonight as we head to the right now traffic center chicken with mitzi miles i it's right up there with the the grammys arms of entertainment are you gonna be tuning in eminem to take a peek at see who wins well you do remember there's little hockey game on and as the same time at eight o'clock yes so i will be doing a lot of that flipping thing or know maybe a record one and watch land that yellow be busy night lau maybe during enter missions of the pittsburgh at nashville they need me to cheer for the last thing and i got to help out go over there says i'll end who are vullo called in and said you know what m5 already has a new name correct me if i'm wrong here what haggerty was it how now haggerty in our tires it eased of runs parallel but that was the detour which was quite annoying i don't know why is that in a wide ball lows ed's at its haggerty that's the last time i'm going to take any mp and he says usually so wellinformed i'm he's he's he says m5 is known.