35 Burst results for "BT"

How Archaeologist Neil Oliver Made His Way to GB News

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

How Archaeologist Neil Oliver Made His Way to GB News

"Meal on over prevent prepared. You're not gonna call you. Something a honestly said if mr is good enough for spoke and chevron it's good enough for me oh i like that oil like that very much okay. We're going to have so much fun with you. First things first for those who aren't familiar with who you are or gb news in the uk for millions of radio listeners. For all our video lists of you is tell us just in a nutshell who you are where you held from an. How'd you went how you went from being a british indiana jones to having your own. Tv show my goodness. That's such a i begin. I qualified as an archaeologist from glasgow university in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight a geologist retrained as a newspaper journalist i worked in papers for a few years then i worked as an internet editor on. Bt dot com which is british telecom is the third website in the uk at the time. Nineteen ninety five or so. I stumbled into television by chance. Because i was in the business of excavating battlefields around the world that led me into all sorts of documentary television. Then fast forward come through to the present the present crisis the global crisis of covert and the pandemic note. I happened to be featured guest on on talk radio which is as it seems like a talk. Radio show in the k. The lovely chop friend of mine. Mike graham are. We love michael. The independent republic of my graham. We love we love him on. That drew me to their tension of gb. New switches. Great british great news. It's a brand new startup. Nationwide television channel focusing on on on. What's happening in

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Parental Burnout with Dr. Meghan Owenz

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

Parental Burnout with Dr. Meghan Owenz

"I think taking a breath and recognizing that the amount of stress that we're dealing with is abnormal as a society both from the election two murders that we had to witness and honored to be educated about and advocate about to a global pandemic to losing family members to worry about losing family members that level of stress. You know it's been our our nervous system in a place that it's not meant to be for a long period of time and you could see that in terms of how we've handled the pandemic as a society right so in month one were like flat mccur. We've got this really excited about everything we were going to do. At home and bt months or so later we just don't have the energy anymore at at the same level and our children's still do not have the opportunity to be vaccinated and there's a lot of controversy over what's the best way to keep them steve and just navigating through all that information is is exhausting. And just like you said you can kind of make it work for a while. I mean i can only relate this because my children are young and they don't need that kind of for me. They're all adults now. But i can only relate it to times where for some reason you know. Children were sick or it was raining and raining for weeks and it was harder to do the things that we normally wanted to do. And you can handle that as he said for a while you can rise to that occasion as a parent and say okay. Well maybe we'll do the screen thing now because you're sick and i need you to rest. I can go get you some stuff for new projects that you can play with but after a while. It's like the special time that was. I mean special not necessarily in a positive way of course but that's old we didn't know where we're gonna have to maintain it this long right right and so being able to take a breath and recognize that this is not a normal amount of stress likely that many parents have been under in the past year. And a half. And then figure out where you are on that sort of hierarchy of needs in her family. If you're still in that meeting basic physical needs scrambling making sure that you're able to do your job and your baby is fed and that's all you can do. It might be the time for reflection on your parents

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Taking Handwritten Notes for Live Players

Daily Poker Tips

02:01 min | Last month

Taking Handwritten Notes for Live Players

"Hand written notes for live players. You have to have a two step process step. One is to put something in place whether it's a piece of paper a note pad and a pen or maybe evernote on your smartphone. You have to have some kind of process for taking your notes and What you need to do to help you out the most right. You don't really wanna ride out full blown notes like three hundred word hand histories right. You have to learn to develop a shorthand for the hands that you're noting and you have to record this critical information. Four pieces the type of player up against everybody's positions who are involved in the hand the actions made and the bet sizes made for example. If you have a sa- clubs queen a heart. The shorthand for that would be a c q h my simple right clubs queen of hearts. Pf would be pre flop action f. T. r. flop. Turn river the board on the flop. The turn of the river. Whatever the cards are you want to write those outdoor type them out in evernote but if the suits are important make sure you include those like a h for ace of hearts ki. Ay que de for king of diamonds seven s for the seven of spades. If somebody makes a half pot seebeck just put pot. Cba if somebody makes a quarter pot dunk bet one slash four dunk. Something like that. Of course record the player type. Like i said maniac fish tag lag. Recreational new player. Whatever you wanna say and make sure you use positional shorthand for For the positions right c. o. for cutoff bt and for button bb forbid blind once you do this a few times and you get some practice with the shorthand. You're going to become much better. And then you're shorthand notes might only contain like five quick lines. But that's going to be enough to take that hand history to flop zillah and really analyze your opponents ranges in their post flop

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Should Beauty Retailers Boycott Unsustainable Brands?

Green Beauty Conversations

02:15 min | Last month

Should Beauty Retailers Boycott Unsustainable Brands?

"So i think first of all. Can you tell us a little bit about pretty well. Bt and about what you do. And then i really wanna get stuck into the sustainability story with you. Sure so yeah. Pretty what beauty at multibrand conscious beauty and wellness marketplace that. I launched a little over two years ago based here in new york city but we are global or getting there we shipped to canada into the uk as well as throughout the us and we launched. We launched with twelve brands. Now we have a little over thirty ranging in skin care. Makeup haircare bath and body products his products. A whole lot of it all. So yeah. i'm really excited about you. Know what i'm building and just sort of where it's going and i'm really excited about a lot of the brands. I just started taking on. Of course you know. The brands carry including one of your graduates. Lawrence buys so ya. Eric clayton fulsome so obviously in a clean piece is very important but so is sustainability. So can you tell me a little bit about first of all. Wise sustainability is one of your core pillars of what you're trying to achieve with that. Well i think it really just kind of goes back to the whole concept and understanding that without sustainability practices in place. We may not have a place for our future. Children and grandchildren to be able to live and be able to thrive so way thinking about how improve our lives in more circular way in eliminate overharvesting. Waste is something that i'm very very passionate about and so of course because this is something that's very passionate about you know in my personal life it's gonna bleed over into my business because my business was born out of my own need and necessity to define beauty products that spoke to my ideals and standards for clean 'em sustainability so. Yeah it's very important that something that we speak quite a bit about what. i'm betting. the brands pretty won't even something that's sort of a continuous conversation. How not only myself. But also the brands themselves can continue to improve in. Push the envelope in that conversation lowered so that they can continue their mission of

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The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

Dr. Death: Miracle Man

02:32 min | Last month

The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

"Paolo shared his ultimate vision using stem cells to regrow or repair. The body's organs. This incredible idea that i hadn't thought previously if you could actually make that become true would be fantastic innovation in the past busa had met his share of medical luminaries through other projects oliver sacks robert gallo who co discovered hiv. Carlton gadget sick. Who'd help discover mad cow disease. What paolo macarena was doing was if it was true. Just as incredible as those discoveries i wanted to go. Bt bring this story and see who was in the wrong what actually happened was powder genius. Or was he possibly soon. After busa went to get the other side of the story he reached out to each of the doctors who had made the allegations against paolo. That i didn't want to talk to me. A very fearful and Suspicious and afraid. Eventually one of them agreed to meet with them on a cold day. In february busa walked up to the door of an apartment building in central stockholm. Dr matias chorba show buzzed him. In and he rode the elevator up to his apartment in rang the bell true to form the six foot. One american was wearing a black sabbath shirt. He invited busa into the apartment and proceeded to tell him everything had learned. He had a really hard time believing what i was saying. Car basha was making some pretty alarming. Comparisons and i started telling him stories about joseph angola. Now sweats and medical experiments or what was going on at caroline scott. I felt that maybe they were paranoid that they were afraid of things. The magnified things that perhaps exists. I thought that they would claims where a bit outlandish and we talked for like two hours. And then my wife came home and she's a blonde swedish woman presses. Well and looks like a normal person and he asked her. If what i was saying was of all this actually true and she said yes. Yes this is is absolutely true. This is absolutely what's going on. And he said after meeting her that he it was. I found that he actually started leaving me. Just like benita. Alexander in new york boost the link fest resolved to get to the bottom of the paulo macura. Any mystery

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Working Toward a More Inclusive Music Industry

Morning Edition

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Working Toward a More Inclusive Music Industry

"One of the big stories in the music industry right now has been the response to hip hop star two babies homophobic comments, which he made during a festival in Miami late last month. As NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports, the fallout was swift as multiple festivals canceled his shows. With his millions of followers on social media. The baby has a powerful platform. He's one BT awards and been nominated for Grammys. I'm one of the greatest ain't no debate. No, no, I'm still levitated medicated. Ironic I gave him love and they and the painting on me. That's the baby on a Dua Lipa song that's in the top 10 of the Billboard's hot 100 chart. During his concert at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami, he told the audience to put your cell phone light up. If you didn't show up with HIV AIDS, you didn't show up today with HIV AIDS and get up there and essentially transmitted disease making died. 23 weeks put his cell phone right now. The backlash was immediate. Dua Lipa distanced herself from the baby Lollapalooza removed him from the lineup. Then more festivals canceled two shows Elton John and Madonna railed against the misinformation in his comments about HIV. I think there's a new moment. There's definitely a new moment. The baby is a big star and Brown University professor Tricia Rose says The cost to his career is significant. At the same time, she says, the music industry has long tolerated and profited from artists like the baby. There's many, many artists who are promoted by the industry, who are celebrated by the industry because of their quote unquote edgy, extreme behavior. And you know that is a longstanding pattern that has not abated in any way And then you know when they step out of line about when and how they actually live into that identity. Then there's all this sort of, you know we're all about peace, love and

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Eryca Freemantle Talks Diversity in the Beauty Industry

Green Beauty Conversations

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Eryca Freemantle Talks Diversity in the Beauty Industry

"You've been working with the bt industry as you just said to embrace old tunsil shades all sizes all ages of women for very long time to. How is this message been received. Oh wow you know for me first. Foremost for you to a message out there for it to be authentic. You have to leave it. You have to believe it. So i had been even it for up my whole professional career without realizing it and it was always erica free rental. The voice erica. Fremantle spokesperson erika fremantle. The one that was came to offer quotes. And then i sat down one day. And i said look. I'm a black woman under. I am adopt scheme blackman and i've racist prejudice. Cycads him. You know all of those detrimental remarks. i've heard but i've also heard delete some very positive things as well and my career started out with naomi. Campbell pat mcgrath for those of you. That doesn't know who office. She's the most successful makeup artist on the planet. And naimi we campbell the most successful mordue on the planet Started out at the same time. They're londoners goes from london. So you know i think they are about the only to the existing from my era so the only three of us. So there's something that had to be said about. Officers londoners starting acuras in that era so i was always embracing on the people remember. My story started out. I told you competitive makeup. Where there was any there was an international classroom anyway so i let about lots of different cultures and skin types and undetermined before every nine knew what they were and i came up with this name embracing tones of women. I decided to create a business company under that name. And you know the names quite known especially when it comes to diversity. Even though i try to tell people yes. I am a black woman. Yes it is black lead but it's not just for black people and what we do is educate empower outlive and hopefully inspire people who've in the beauty industry to become

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"bt" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:20 min | 3 months ago

"bt" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Tamar. Herman is a reporter for the south china morning post and author of bts blood sweat and tears. She says as big as having a song of the summer is much less to songs of the summer. This is like a blip for bt s which has been on a streak of success. it's almost hard to fathom. They're just so big you you can't just look at bt gts and be like i s this is just the same cloth reshapes no at the brand new cloth. It's just something so new that something. So new says tamar is the way that bts connects with its fans tamar says it's akin to like the beatles or the grateful dead bts fans are devoted and they are putting their money where their hearts are. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm stacey smith today on the show. Bts inc the band has become this global economic force creating jobs generating billions in revenue and even moving the needle on the south korean gdp. This message comes from. Npr sponsor capital. one capital. One auto navigator can help you find a car get prequalified instantly and see your real monthly payment without impacting your credit score capital one. What's in your wallet. Terms and conditions apply more at capital one dot com slash auto navigator bts. The korean pop band has been around for about eight years but in the last couple of years they started bringing in so much money. The south korean government decided to try and measure the economic impact of the band park. Chinook is head of cultural industry research at the korea culture and tourism institute with them. Win the royal win. The we have some tools that can help us make estimates from the bank of korea which lets us see the impact of sales growth spilling out to other industries in online concert held by bt 's during the pandemic brought in more than seventy million dollars in ticket and merchandise sales but like park chuck says there is a major ripple effect bt. Popularity is fueling tourism to korea study of the korean language interest in korean movies television fashion and food all told. Bts is bringing in an estimated five billion dollars a year to south korea. that's on half a percent of the country's entire economy. The influence impact phantoms are huge and started to spread globally with the success of bts bts fans are known as army and there are huge groups of army in the philippines indonesia brazil and the indicator. So are you like in the army. Yeah i if. I like you have to register. Get a registration number there. Call yourself an anri. And yes. I am a proud army. Michael hough is our intern and he's a huge fan. He first got into the band in high school. He remembers the moment well. It's very melancholic. Sentimental kind of you miss your friends. Then michael heard this song by bt 's called spring day and something about it really spoke to him started listening to the song over and over again. Can you sing a little bit. Let's see she joe pogo. Did you learn korean eye. Terrible qurion but learn korean for bt s. I learned korean from their song. This is not unusual according to journalists tamar herman she says many of bts's songs especially the early ones tell stories very personal and emotional stories with a lot of historic and literary references and so fans army. They connect with the band and with each other through the study of these songs literally like linguistics class. So this word means this thing. But it also can relate to this situation in korea in history. People are doing like close readings of their song. Yeah so it's it's because there is so much depth there there's so much storytelling in the music itself. Michael says his first deep dive into a song. Spring day was really rewarding. And the deeper. He dove where he started learning korean. The more hastily bts understood exactly what he was experiencing with his own friends and the more he wanted to know about the people who'd written and performed the song so we started checking out bt social media so much content on online probably hundreds of thousands of hours of direct footage of them. Living life going on trips. You know even just eating together adult. Go down the beach rabbit hole. Because then you wouldn't have time for work. Bts is all over social media. twitter youtube tick-tock talk instagram facebook. And they post all the time like it is a tidal wave of content. And it's not necessarily your typical celebrity posts of people looking hot on the red carpet. Michael says it's all these intimate little moments like. The band members goofing off hanging out the kind of bring you into their lives. They openly share their struggles. And you know they struggle because in the early years a lot of negative publicity and all their So they really feel like some someone you know you know like a friend you know for a long time. You just don't get to see them. Do you feel like you care about them. Yes i do And i and they do. I think they care incredibly for the fans. You feel like care coming from them if mutual is very mutual. Michael says the fact that the members of bts have been so open about their struggles with depression and critics and relationships it makes the fans feel connected to them and also to each other. A bts concer is like a group therapy session with seventy thousand people. Wow like you get this. You get this seven. I don't know psychiatrist somehow. You feel like you're your soul has been comforted in a way tamar. Herman says this connection. Michael has to bt bts. This is something she. Here's all the time to marseille's somehow through their songs and they're kind of relentless social media bts manages to come off as very genuine and like the are truly giving of themselves ever spoken to seek in your ax in the industries. Who are you know supremely talented supremely popular in their own rights. And even they say yeah. Bts is different. We recognized that there is something else. They're they're just doing so.

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The Evolution of Beauty Identities

The Emma Guns Show

02:23 min | 3 months ago

The Evolution of Beauty Identities

"Back in the day it was like you had a functional beauty identity you cleanse toner and moisturizer or you were a luxury beauty identity which meant the probably were veering towards those. Maybe more premium price and dabbling an anti aging. And now as you say the beauty identity is there's a sustainable bt identity as a clean dt identity. There's a vegan beauty identity. Yes yes. there's definitely more identities there and there is more choice there and there's more brands there and there's more price points than than they ever used to be. I mean you know twenty thirty years ago. There was internet social media. Brands didn't even have the internet. So the only way customers discovered and this is customers that are now maybe in just in the fifties and the reason that they're confused is that they used to shop in either a chemist or a department store and all hotels spas just starting to open then and they would therefore always have someone to speak to ask a question all time to pick up a product and not that it could read in incubating then because they weren't on the men that you'd actually read information with them and then the only other place that they go information was magazines so it wasn't as confusing all of the information. Now all the information streams and all the retailing streams right the way down from your face. -tising social media's etc as you know as well and all of the brands of their own websites and she'd go tv and you've got all different retailers and then all the retailers they websites and the high straight. It's this so many different places you know and you've got party plan coming into your home etc which in all have their advantage which are talk about in the book. Is that all those different retail situations. Where is your communication point with the brand or the people that you want to shop with that you want to get your product from is i take it back to first of all. Let's decide what you need and look at your hair skin nails. Look at what you got home at the moment have you already got it. Can you use it differently. Could you a different technique with it could use that product in a different place. And then take you through to okay. Let's look the shopping list next. Maybe that shopping. This is only one or two products. Don't think it's

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Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation when it comes to dipping sauce. It's pretty serious business. For some sure for kids dipping sauce for like, five fries or chicken nuggets. Catch up some people ketchup and Mayo together for others. We're talking more serious business with real dipping sauces, have you seen? They've got these new BTS meals at McDonald's and people are selling the special dipping sauce on eBay for upwards of hundreds of dollars. But more importantly, a saw story the other day about a man outside of Des Moines, Iowa who called in a bomb threat to his local McDonald's because they forgot to put the dipping sauce in his bag when it comes to his chicken nuggets, he actually was arrested and could be going to jail for a few years because it is a federal crime to call in bomb threats but dipping sauce a big deal. It's kind of crazy to think that dipping sauces are so personal are so important. Now I understand I don't like it when my chicken nuggets don't come with the right dipping sauce or no dipping sauce at all, but it's not the end of the world. I know it's crazy. What's going on in our world dipping sauce in the news who would have thought

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Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Dipping Sauce (MM #3752)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation when it comes to dipping sauce. It's pretty serious business. For some sure for kids dipping sauce for like, five fries or chicken nuggets. Catch up some people ketchup and Mayo together for others. We're talking more serious business with real dipping sauces, have you seen? They've got these new BTS meals at McDonald's and people are selling the special dipping sauce on eBay for upwards of hundreds of dollars. But more importantly, a saw story the other day about a man outside of Des Moines, Iowa who called in a bomb threat to his local McDonald's because they forgot to put the dipping sauce in his bag when it comes to his chicken nuggets, he actually was arrested and could be going to jail for a few years because it is a federal crime to call in bomb threats but dipping sauce a big deal. It's kind of crazy to think that dipping sauces are so personal are so important. Now I understand I don't like it when my chicken nuggets don't come with the right dipping sauce or no dipping sauce at all, but it's not the end of the world. I know it's crazy. What's going on in our world dipping sauce in the news who would have thought

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Caller Shares Their Frustrations With Demo-Marxists

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Caller Shares Their Frustrations With Demo-Marxists

"To make a long story short there, BT's hear Oprah hitting in this what I just heard from the previous president and smoke. I'll be honest with you. They are trying to act. They are the sinew. Segregation is these are the demo Marxist of America there in Democrats, their demo Marxists and in the process they want to use race and and edify individualism. That thing called Equity. I am not a piece of property like a pickup or house or a piece of land. I am an American. First. I have my values come from Judeo Christian values we shall walk about and we shall do The Lord's will as a founding father, Abraham, Amen. Billy Graham, Bob Jones and everybody else that helped to bring us about and I'm trying to go through and discourage. Anybody because the European legend and try and put that crap in our schools unacceptable will not be tone and I'll challenge any of these fools who was called Got a Klansman because I spoke truth, man. You know what you do on that people? You don't get mad. You just said I didn't hear that Klansmen part. I don't hear that. Well, sometimes I don't hear that. Yeah, they call me a Klansman. I'm I'm assembling Puerto Rican redneck that slow down. Puerto Rican and they call you Klansmen. Yes. Well, I call myself that I do. Team roping all over the valley here. Willamette Valley, and I was in 115 greedy down Eagle Point, Oregon with my friends. And you know some whether from Milton, three wives of Northeast corner of the state or down to the southernmost part of stick. I'm treated like an American because of my character by work, ethics, my sincerity, my charity. I mentored all sorts of kids in this valley and they have done well and I give God all the

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British Influencer Identifies as Korean After 18 Surgeries to Look Like BTS Singer

John and Ken on Demand

02:22 min | 4 months ago

British Influencer Identifies as Korean After 18 Surgeries to Look Like BTS Singer

"Here's a i i think from. The world of this person already considered himself nonbinary but really took a big step. It's a social media influencers british and white had eighteen plastic surgeries to look like a member of the k. Pop band bt s out of south korea. So he's decided to he sorry. They decided to change their look to look like a young korean guy with eighteen surgeries costing more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars and made the announcement that not only they nonbinary. They're officially korean. So this person changed their name. They're trying to look like a member of that boy band. You know that has park jimin so they were transitioning their face to look like that and now they are considering themselves. Well here it is. Hey guys i'm finally korean. I've trans visioned. They are now transracial and identify with the name. Jim in which is the same name as the korean boy band guy. I identify as korean. That's just my culture. That's my home country. That's exactly how i look now. Even though again this is a british born white guy who is now nonbinary korean because of eighteen facial surgeries and one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. I'm so happy. I've completed my look. I had the is. I had to brow lift as well and it looked just like jim. I've been trapped in the wrong body. But finding i'm korean i can be myself and yes. I'm so happy. So i've transition. To a non binary person but transitioned to a korean boy band singer. You don't know who i was. You just think i was a korean person. Although i'm looking at the pictures and i they still have blonde hair. And i don't know that they really look

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Cardi B Shows off Baby Bump at BET Awards

Daily Pop

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Cardi B Shows off Baby Bump at BET Awards

"Right to the bt awards and cardi b. e. big news now. She surprised everyone during her performance of migos by showing up with a baby bump now that bodysuit god because that point across real good but be honest. What was your reaction to this. Because all i could think was her obstetrician is on the obstetrician helped plan this like. There's only one way to do it. And it's what sequence and your belly out and it's fat bueller show. I mean i was. I literally gas browse like ooh. Yes and then. I was like way. This is no surprise. Remember when she announced her first pregnancy on. Snl so there's only one way for cardi to announce that she's having babies and that's on the stage and i feel like any stage will welcome her She kind of was doing a belly role. Did you see that through the bodysuit. I'm impressed they like that was really good. Look at her. I mean she's fierce.

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L.A. Is Rumored to Be Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie’s Preferred Destination

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

01:10 min | 4 months ago

L.A. Is Rumored to Be Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie’s Preferred Destination

"Dinwiddie, who missed almost all the season tours. A CL is interested in signing with the Clippers this offseason now believe he's got a $12 million out that with the Nets, which you'll undeniably exercise, you're gonna get a few bucks. The Clippers will be well above the salary cap next year. But there are some maneuvers that they can do to make the move work out. How valuable is a guy like then what he next season, especially coming off the injury? I think he's highly valuable. I think you'll get them because of the injury about 85, cents all the dollar It's not the injury. It's not an injury where There's such trepidation like, Oh, nobody comes back from this. It's a pretty straightforward recovery. One blast through it If you're diligent, so he'll be fine. I think he might be a little rusty and a little little hesitant and reluctant again, trusting his body like burrow. At the start. But if you get him on 80 cents on the dollar, you might have a guy who was really the second half of the season and the playoffs. Then would he can help you? I like Spencer, and I think he'll be. I think he'll be healthier sooner rather than later BTS. Let's not forget. He almost tried to like play in the postseason. They got her very early, right. So, um, I think he's fantastic. Especially coming off the bench. You need a, you know, an extra point guard a guy who can handle and score. He's that guy.

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Interview With Mignon From Tyler Perry's Sistas

Black Girl Nerds

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Mignon From Tyler Perry's Sistas

"Welcome to the bloggers podcast. I'm your host ryan. Today is all about that girl chair all about needing a good group of friends with you though sisters with you because of the season three of sisters are premiering but a time you listened to this episode actual date is june ninth on bt eh. You know you need. That friend is going to always be honest with you no matter what no matter where you at also could do a background check on social media like we know f. Somebody's man some time out here so my guest today knows a little bit about that. Many on is joining me today. Mignon how you doing. How's everything going how you feel. Y'all i'm good answer. I'm doing pretty good. I have to say. I can't complain. That was my dog yawning background. He loves to make noise people. But what kind of guy either. A spoiled rotten bijon white board o though it is oh goodness told him today. He got some white male privilege because he the boy to so my new every joe white privilege so there is Let's see we know we gotta have little doggy. Yawn on the on the podcast. Good it works. It works

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Video Game Fest E3 Kicks off With Starfield, Elden Ring Teasers

Game Scoop!

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Video Game Fest E3 Kicks off With Starfield, Elden Ring Teasers

"We kind of kicked off the holy three week. This morning jet lease summer games kickoff. Live happened was followed by an hour long day of the deaths presentation and we did prepo shows all around that so was lots of talk about Going to be a great show will definitely talk about the death surrendering director's cut. Definitely die out. Tiny tina's wonderland's but first let's begin with l. During which was finally finally for all the souls weren't fans out there that have been dying information on this game. When news is old eld l. Escape was revealed at the microsoft press conference. I think at the last three twenty team and the the fan community for elden elden ring has taken it upon themselves. To just basically invented a bunch of laura on their own Love it very cool but now now they don't have to do that anymore. Their work is done and we know what the game is. And it looks it. Looks like looks like dark souls game yes jeff. Goldblum mean when. It's no secret that most of us aren't here like a souls born fans. But i think this game looks awesome and as amazing creature and character world designed just like all these games do and just like i was set grow i will. I will absolutely dive in and make it as far as i can. I mean like from from soft like yes shirt like. I don't need to be a fan of the style of game like appreciate what that companies accomplished in like the direction that they've pushed video games over the last decade and it has been so long since that company missed like. Oh yeah you know. Even souls two and three i don't think are quite as revered as the original like sacramento and especially bloodborne like a lot of people that was their game of the generation and they haven't released a game in three years like elden ring is a the next one. It's their next big thing like it's not a it's not a bt working on it it's like this is the game that zaky's been making for years now and so i definitely understand like the hype and the froth demand for this one.

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"bt" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Their popularity back in south korea to pay attention to the group for years after their debut was fascinated to learn that it was their success in america. You said that that essentially boosted them to superstardom in their home country. It was this and and that's the first time anything like that has ever happened. This whole cultural flow of k pop gong global in a national was prematch like the the phenomena in last ten years. I mean it's quite a new phenomenon so definitely. It was the first time. I mean because before the success of bts it was it was process for the success of k pop idols in the global market. You know you got to be successful locally in south korea then you will be targeting for the justin like markets like east asian market then southeast asia. Then probably you know. Some european countries in us or latin america. That was kind of formula that there was kind kinda process but bts the exception has been made because s except for the japanese market. They're not really made for international scene. For instance a lot of k pop groups still nowadays. They had a lot of international members or korean americans or canadians or european. Who can speak english fluently or had a kind of cultural or ethnic or national connection to the lot of like the national countries which would give them a huge advantage for the success. Globally but be all oracle will are am speaks english very fluently. But except what in fact You know that english fluency. They're not really made or prepared. Were trained for the international market so their success in the us was just a miracle. I mean there's something they didn't really prepare or didn't expect so. Well i'm not saying was not popular locally but Idol music is not really for everyone. They had a huge phantoms normally. But they're not really well known for the a lot of like general audiences so even though be popular or well known among the k pop idol consumers. Nobody really pay attention to the group. I mean from the general audience standpoint after the they made you know historic success in the in the us. It actually you know like you said it actually made them really special and different may people. We consider their potential as superstar. So in that sense. I think it's a whole another kind of model of the success of k pop and in a global scene. When you hear something amazing discover matches all the cash back. Earn your credit card at the end of your first year automatically with no limit on how much you can earn..

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"bt" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

10:36 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"As. We'd cleared the biggest band in the world right now. I don't think there's really any doubt about that as you know. They are. Seven man pop group from south korea with three rappers and four singers all ridiculously good dancers and no one has achieved anything like what they've achieved. No group from south korea or anywhere in asia as had anywhere the kind of success that bcs has had in the us and markets. They are under third number one single in the united states. The new one is called butter and the second english language single from them. And it's very much in the vein of dynamite. The previous english language single. But it's got a charm all tone. It's great but these english language singles if it's all you know about really only scratched the surface. There's so much more to them. There's a lot of depth there. I would definitely recommend checking out my interviews if you get a chance but today. I also wanted to talk to young kim who wrote a book called. Bt s the review. He is a seoul based music critic and musicologist. He actually as he came to the states to get a phd in musicology and he's been covering crean music since the late nineties. And he wrote the first book ever about hip hop in south korea and so we had a pretty in depth conversation about bt s and a little bit about the history of pop music in south korea and hip hop and south korea. The conversation started off with young. Kim explaining when he first heard about bt s back in two thousand thirteen well honestly. I sense the significance of or more. Broadly this new format hip hop idol. In k pop would be a something important in a lot of ways. I mean that's was two thousand twelve. I guess or thirteen. I heard about the group. Actually maybe it was just a prototype. I i don't think it just just the same group as is now. But i heard from my colleague that producer punk shijo is preparing a new group largely based on hip hop but the format will be capable so i thought that was interesting idea in a lot of ways first of all i actually well like i said earlier. I was deeply interested in korean hip hop scene from leon and i happen to write a book about korean hip hop for the first time in south korea which is hungary pop your that. She translating current hip hop the footsteps the passion. That was two thousand six and the reason i wrote. That book actually was the fear. You know the concern that i had at the time i thought honestly the crew and hip hop was dying at the time around two thousand five two thousand six but you know then several years past and i heard from my colleague about the group yes and i thought that was really weird but at the same time we really fascinating idea combining hip hop and pop idol capable idol format because for me k. Pop was still is all about. You know heavy production control management you know the forging talent fostering talent. You know at the same time but for me hip hop like you know it's all about representation. I mean it's it's about identity about who you are will you from who or what you representing. Well at the time. I heard the news about you know the glue. Pta's i thought you would be complete game changer or up. Total disaster honestly then. I saw their name. Because i was in the united states in the all these like the ups and downs and success and treatment of k pop in the us. Us market for instance. I can them style and other boy bands in grow groups. I saw their name on the list of the show call k. Con is the biggest k pop festival in the us by cj entertainment right. Yeah so. I was just instantly intrigued by the idea and the group because at the time were they're not the only hip hop buydell. Actually we had big bang block. B b p. They're all great. They really had their own career and their own moment and big bang was actually probably the most well known k pop group at the time alone with Super junior and exo and shiny. So well. So i kind of carefully. Monitored the group's career from two thousand thirteen. But i mean from from the very first moment. I saw them in person i mean i. I didn't have any like a chance of doing interview. Or what but i. When i first watched their performance and a k khan and watch the fan and the really small but devoted fans just to say manage day. They still have these days. I was so mass memorized. So shocked by the power of phantoms. In the an idea of these fans had saying that. Bts's to thin or something different from pre existing capable idols. So i i was instantly hooked by the group itself and the music and And the fan reaction as you well know. Army is not as his fans are known these days. Many don't like to put s in the k pop category. An and the group themselves have complicated feelings about that. When i talked to him about that he he said ultimately it doesn't matter but he didn't really endorse. Bts is part of k pop the idea sort of that their own genre. Which i think there's there's an argument for that said historically i think to understand where they came from. You have to look a little bit at the state of k pop and it's very significant. Of course that what big hit. Which is their agency their label and is now part of. It became this giant public company. Hi was at the time of their debut in two thousand thirteen was this tiny startup in an industry dominated by big companies. So maybe you could kind of just explain all that for minute. What the landscape look like in two thousand thirteen and why. It was a struggle to come from this the startup for them. Yeah first of all the discussion. The cape hop in bts being not k pop or something something like that well. I think it's the confusion is there because the word k. Pob doesn't really mean anything except for the fact k. Pop is korean popular music but the thing is it's a kind word that people used from outsiders point of view because we i mean before two thousand two thousand. We korean cringe analyst. People really didn't have to call a cape up. yeah i'll music is a type of industry but k up. It was just a just a word that the foreign journalist started to us you know naming after the war j pop because they are already familiar with the idea of j pop but the the thing is the first music or the music that was popular at the time was idle music or worse something similar so it really made that kind of confusion. That k pop is all about idle music. Even though the word. K pop doesn't really mean something about idol. Was something like that. That confusion actually made people like me or that. They really felt they have to distinguish themselves from the idea of k pop but technically capable is just korean popular music but the problem is the usage. Know it's not the definition. Yeah i mean. That's that's i wanted to point out producer. Punk rock will formerly a really talented composer producer in jail. Ip he already had a great career as a composer but he said he'd felt that. There's gotta be something else. Beyond these like k pop idol format or formula. It can be idle music but it can be different. That's his idea. But i think it's it's really associated with the more more genuine authentic artistry still based on idol format and a lot of really amazing narrative than stories so round the time has made debut. Yes there are three giants. You mentioned that ba kit high right now but be kit at the time was really small company really small company and actually they pro. The show was really desperate at the time. 'cause i mean it was almost the end of his. 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What Africa Can Teach the World About Green Beauty

Green Beauty Conversations

01:22 min | 5 months ago

What Africa Can Teach the World About Green Beauty

"Do you think is the consumer advocate for green beauty across africa the moment from your viewpoint in bt fast africa ill it is going in his rome and because of the spatial of information you know that africa has access to ish. Motion of the internet heat will want to new. People are asking questions asking deeper questions. They asking mock questions. It's not enough for you. Tell them you know you have a skin in. They want to know what they want to know where you know. They're concerned now also about the environment before the environment. They're concerned about your health. And we see how things that we ingest whether orally or our are skinned the largest organized gala. We know it has a huge impact on our the way we live and quality of life that we have these things are intertwined and meek peacful you ask geese festivals people asking questions before want to do attack you know people want to be bits and i can see that it is major knee from the issues. We've been having with the environment and you know how literally information is at everyone's fingertips so they're not taking you know how big for you anymore.

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Delving Into the Mind of the BTK Serial Killer With Dr. Katherine Ramsland

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

02:24 min | 5 months ago

Delving Into the Mind of the BTK Serial Killer With Dr. Katherine Ramsland

"Katherine ram slant. I'm a professor of forensic psychology and the author of confessions of a serial killer. What i call guided. Dennis rader the t k. Serial killer. Dr ramsland had unprecedented access to one of the most notorious serial killers in american history. She's a real life minehunter. She spent years working with dennis rader to figure out his psyche. Why he became a killer. It wasn't just dennis rader talking about himself in any which way he wanted. It was me guiding him toward the end of benefit in criminal justice psychology and law enforcement so that whatever we were doing would end up providing insights and also The proceeds benefit the victims families before we get started. Let me tell you. The story of dennis rader raider killed ten people in kansas over thirty years before he was finally caught. Bt k. stands for bind torture. Kill one of the things that was so frightening about raider is that he seemed relatively normal. This is from her book through jailhouse visits telephone calls and written correspondence. Catherine rams lynn worked with raider himself to analyze the layers of his psyche using his drawings. Letters interviews and raiders unique coats. She presents in meticulous detail. The childhood roots and development of one man's motivation to stalk torture and kill. Dennis rader grew up an all american boy in kansas into the heart of america with religious values and and intact family etc and yet he developed the idea that he wanted to be famous. He got attachments to Serial killers he read about as a teenager. Intrude detective magazines and girls made him feel uncomfortable and off balance so he began to put those things together. As a way to keep women under control was to be and to become famous was to become serial killer so his fantasies began to form around that notion and then he just identified with one day he was going to be is famous. Jack the ripper or ted bundy or any of the other ones and He said about to do that.

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

05:03 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"Yes so they have three options in the email. Just three buttons the first one was just full. Patriots enlist second moments like a bad bones list and is that one just on subscribe right. Because i've wanted people to be able to under subscribe right And then there's obviously they will say the other one which is a non patriot mailing list Which is kind of akin to the full picture on list in the. I'll say when we show in march and so on so yeah nice and so what. You're what you're doing. Weber's you're setting a tag based on what they click on. It's really clever. I really like we've got basically we've just got three pages on a website One of them says like thanks to subscribe to them say different versions of thanks subscribing and one says thanks funds subscribing. I'm basically depending on which which button they click in the email. They have a tag which says they're interested in this series This level that. I want an email. And that's that's so simple. It's so much easier than dealing with. Like i denote. Everyone's send baca survey and then we'll depending on the survey is simple. And what's it been like you've just sent this out. What what's what's what's been. I know it's early. But what's been the response so far. Yeah positive had a lot of patrons keen to hear from us. Few unsubscribe because again people sometimes just wanna get the The fade and that's all say people signing up to both both versions. Yes yeah as it shows both versions. Aw haunted and that sort of good and you can you can get so much more into. There are so many other options. Which i'm sure we're going to explore. Yeah as you go along. yeah. I'm sure there's there's lots of things we'd like to explore in the future with dissent many different options like if we have spin off saw specials like maybe people want to hear about whenever we all these special coming out..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"I think that's the statistics. So not if they're on all the time said if people any check this social media every now and again the following thousands of people which is very easy to do yet she don't hear the updates and we we get people saying like so an e series coming out. So it's out it's it's already. It's already stopped being out. They didn't know. And and yeah. We have people saying d have newsletter. I wanna keep up to date with the news else has been going on with you guys and don't know that we have didn't know the kind of especially with oetzi still because i'm proud of the little patches i designed i made some fabric patches and people don't realize that they are available and then sometimes i'll do a thing saying patches. We sell them. And then i'll get a load voters patches because people really like can said the monja clothes and be like from space junk. Let's talk about the. Let's talk about the pressure to not start a newsletter right. Because you you succumb to patriotic you start to grow that right and so you had this so you really have to. You have social media right and you have your feed and now you've got patriots have three sort of ways to try and communicate right patriot. We have the problem that people don't see what we post. They're often social media. We talked about right you just. It's really hard to get people to see it. But what was stopping you from. Starting a news is just be honest. Like you know what i mean like. What what were the fears. You know like what was like. Oh no i think as people signing you up to the newsletter it's usually corporate stuff. It's like i. I got a think today for my university. Id my university. It's not that bad but they do occasionally just be like so. Do you want to chip in and give us some of your money. And i'm like. I haven't finished paying off the money i already gave you. I'm still quite a lot in debt. So i probably won't sponsor a seat. Yes stuff that like. Isn't that interesting. yes like we. We didn't want to bore people. We didn't want to feel like we were intruding on that time. Yeah yeah. I think a big thing that was holding me back was the fact that i thought it was going to be a lot of work. I thought it was going to be like. We're going have to lots of time into lots of money into it and building something. That actually looks nice. It's going to be hard. There's no point doing it. If it says no point doing is going to be look bad and osa thinking like collecting with the email justice because we tried sending out bulk emails early on in the early days and it was just so clunking horrible. You remember when you had to do like what was it like mail merge we get rockets name brackets name. Hello brackets name. Yeah these are all valid right. So you've just recently launched right..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"We'll just get laughed out of the internet. I was convinced that if we started a patron that everyone would hate us. Money grubbing baskets. Yeah we were like we can't do it. We call it the other we okay. We'll do it. We'll do it. And then i think for while we made up to about thirty pounds was britain because i was amazed every time someone plays. We were literally like a best someone's sounds placed with some patriots every time we get a pledge. I get excited is really like your. It's so cool to know the people of supporting industry that side of things. And i've been getting a lot with the sign ups to our newsletter as well just kind of seeing. This bus wants to hear more about us. This person wants to kind of keep up to date with us. Surprise people care about what they. Because i think that was the thing as you like saying is when we first launched we did grow quite rapidly And i think that was thanks to social media and really like being on social media. I used to be low key addicted to phone games. I never put money into them. But like i would be on time. Yeah and I basically made twitter my new addictive game. Yeah and i was like i wonder how instead of doing five minutes here. Five minutes a checking my little factory. I'm tapping is doing. Yeah and maybe. I'll just see are trying to find some new shows and followed loads and loads of shows. I wonder if i can find more. For as many shows as i can and then see that doings he was going on chat with them chatting with people does the thing as well and yeah and also researching in instead of just code calling people and being like listen to our show. Listen to show just being like this sounds really cool listening and being like wow. That was fantastic. Tweeting them as we expecting saying this. This is really cool. I really liked this this and this and they will earth really nice and then sometimes serbia. Sometimes they follow back..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"Silence like what do we do now. Were from from like 'cause we. I say we had sell out nights. Some of them like were well received some of the one that and he knew we at least knew none of these jokes landing tonight or one night when everyone was laughing at the saudis. We were like this is gone weird but yes we had nothing but then like gradually slowly like stunt get noticed by people and matchy james. Kearney was very very good at that he kind of showed us a bit. The ropes of what we need to do because obviously he had unseen our say he'd been kind of jamie whole audio sunday kind of sharing things talking to other people learning that wasn't audio drama community because we didn't know there were other people doing this. Yeah and actually. I met of my closest friends of the first time. I think three days before release like because i went to the goltz miscellaneous drama event and go very drunk with liz campbell from the wooden overcoats. Love with and that was just. That was very fun of an introduction to be friendliness side of end the fact that people are kind of want to pull other people there discovering the whole twitter community. Yeah people like elephant anders. Yeah she found out. It's really early on. And how do people know who your garlan space was. Really nice as well. She's sorry was just kind of conversations and things and it was just it was really really nice. Really lovely to have kind of piz and getting it received and then suddenly realizing wait now. We gotta do upset teeth. Yeah yeah we would do of recording extra bits and bobs in the in the weeks in between let filling in gaps. I ended up playing like twenty characters in the first series just with one line hair line. They're just going like they suddenly mentioned like five minutes into the scene that they're in a space board. There's been no mention of it so just like welcome to the space the beginning just.

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"It doesn't think we would just missing stuff and it was like. I must join beth absolutely mad because always the like a critic. I'm the person who asked all the questions like. Why is this happening because of this be haven't said that. Be like shut up what they doing. Oh the fixing like a projector. Okay where are they. Are there on this like popcorn. That's one of my favorite episodes but they just launched into it and it was like who just kind of they just landed on the planet and they're in the middle of this conversation. I feel that we could do with a bit of like a bit of explanation as to where they are like to set the scene. Yeah so that's when the ultimate commission briefs came in interest voice was kind of unconnected to the cost because we're playing around ages and ages ago. We're playing around with a plugin. Could little boy. And we noticed the i turn into miranda hart who is a british comedian. It's just. It was very bizarre to hear that. Because i really really sounded like like my mannerisms when pitched down of very very much the same and that kind of that kicked off the whole playing with my voice in plug in the very very first audio draft of space junk me invested all of the voices. And it's it's awful it know that has because we've never shown it to actually told me it's in a vault somewhere you have it exists. I think i found shame key has a becky has has i think because know. I think we send its becky. He plays Rebekah evans he plays samantha at just because we wanted to to have an idea of how the show would like pay out of him. Oh she she's brilliant. She's such she brings so much to the character is really really good. I'm so glad we have her is. Yeah so what. Was it like when you release a and i know you've we'll talk more about that but you've added characters in the edit process. I've talked. I've talked about that. But what was it like when you released like you've got this thing. I mean how much first of all ask as the geek that i am. How much of it you have done in the can when you started releasing and that's what was that. What was the response. We'd recorded the bass dialogue of the whole series so the first season with us another thing we had to realize is the english people are the only people say series episodes one day and then series two is one in series three right to it. So yeah when we said like series finale after the first episodes every everyone thought it was over at this show is over. Okay so we're supposed to season okay. Season say that. So you had it dialogue a dialogue. But you hadn't really how each series he season has gone is. We had the base dialogue for the hosts season and then the edits were kind of a week to week so we had episode one. Oh we actually had episode one ready almost six months beforehand because we actually have spun the show during some stage show with front who plays marlin wealth maryland..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

03:22 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"I when i first met best. She was writing for short play night in london and there was one where it was like. She did every quarter whenever the show was on and she got an email saying hi yet. I'm just so you know like the deadline was meant to be today. A hunger your script. Your eyes seemed you're writing wanted. Do you want to be in. And she'd be like oh. Yeah yeah. I've got one and she wrote it there on the train and send it would be like one of the biggest loss of the night but once she's got an idea and our head getting the idea going takes a while but then getting it onto paper just like boom. Yeah but then it changes it changes and morphs and yeah. Oh yeah yeah. That's what i've seen a lot of a lot of writing stages and sometimes i do get writer's block. I'm not one of those people who can sit down. I am in the morning and then up five have written ten thousand words. I sometimes can't write anything for a really long time. And then sometimes i'm like pow his a series and you get up at eight. Am to no. i have. I have friends who do and i am a mixture of astounded and horrified by them. The also actually we did compare all working patents to the substance victoria city which is another really really good. Po cost amazing. And they are polar opposites to how we right they do get up. I am and work. Well no sorry. They will have worked for at least an hour by eight. Am and will work kind of solidly through the day. They'll have reuters meetings. Everything will be very organized and at the end like they create victoria state and i. I couldn't create victorious. Not in the same way that they couldn't create space junk. Just because it's it's from a different set of brain. I think when we recorded with them for one episode i think it was bites and they play and some of the local towns and we wrote a new. We can't we were there. We rounded mezin oxford. And we'll great and we. Mike we're record you and we realize there's two of them in only one character to play so we just wrote a new character just put put another character in the wall in the records. They were so horrified. You done this because actually of course autumnal con originally was never in the show. That's how i was gonna to ask. I want to know who came up with tom. Nikon so amazed. What a great name for a horrible evil entity. Oh yeah i mean it was kind of i. I came up with nicole. And i think the brief for the name was semi generic and evil and headley came up with all of the amazing sound elements to it but yet in the first draft at the show is in the first audio draft. We had autumnal comas mentioned. But that was no in terms of kilowatts rolltop nikon. Do you never heard automatons voice briefs. You didn't hit the definitely wasn't the right to review subscribe music so it was more just like it was like a character details. Oh they work for x. wasn't so integral to the show. Yeah and then we interesting. Yeah and then. I think it was actually in the editor. Yeah because we do quite a lot of our first of its kind of major changes happen record when we're recording things we go like. This doesn't work all this needs more explanation. And then when it comes to the edit we do again ma like does this upset work and sometimes sometimes it doesn't sometimes..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"We've been having a lot of fun playing with a web newsletter functions. If you want to try it for yourself we'll have links in the show notes and more details at the end of the episode. We sat down with the wonderful. Sean how is the founder of the fable and fully network one of the mind behind a brilliant show album say looks to talk a little bit about marilyn starry the production process and a few other things. Say hey we got hi everyone. This is probably a new voice for you. I'm sean and i'm with fable and folly. And i have the wonderful job of interviewing beth and headley who you all should know the traders of fixed-base junk about the making of we space john. We're going to take you behind the scenes and talk about some of the tools and hopes and dreams and challenges the epa journey that has been we fix based and it has been pretty epic. Thank you for letting me do this interview. Thank you so why. Don't you take us on a little bit of a journey for everyone like take us back to the station. I know with the shows that i work on where we started with so different right what we had different ideas for different show ended up creating album. Take us back to where did this. Little germ of an idea come from. Do you remember how far long ago was that. So it's a long long long time ago like probably about fifteen years. In the fifteen years ago. I started writing some very very bad sifi which had a cyborg in it don't know with a name was kilner. The plots were very bad. There wasn't very much to. And i eventually just sort of forgot about it and then later on it union kind of have more expanded i did. That was kinda basically didn't have most of the elements still like i'm very interested in space So there was a little kind of drifting around the ideas of space and stuff and then the turning point happened which was me getting my first student loan. Bill little notification. That's like you owe this amount of money. It's this percent..

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"bt" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto parenting lives. It's it's not the same way that you you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion back few years i created a video program that runs on youtube some episodes. You're still available called behind curtain. Basically i took interviews. That were provided to me. What i edit with behind the scenes footage and of the actual film usually films. And i put it out there. I'm bringing it back in an audio format and this one is behind the curtain for the witches now showing on. Hbo max robert zemeckis directing his version of the classic tale. What we wanted to do with with this story was Was to set it in southern united states and And set it in a different time period. I mean the book was written in one thousand nine hundred eighty s and we set it back to the nineteen sixties and allows us to do is gives us a chance to tell a story that before there were cell phones in security cameras and you know twenty four hour surveillance and and so It allowed us to be able to tell the story in in a in a more charming way But you have to look at the story and you have to. You know you always have to look. The most important thing is to keep the tone of the book. And that i think is the key and then we use a lot of the same plot points of course the same characters in and and what is that. They're you know what what it is that they're story premises and hold onto that. The film's production. Designer is gary freeman. Every every shaw has a point has a meaning in terms of storytelling. See you kind of suck back. You'll the flesh is not needed and you give him exactly what he wants. For instance the hotel you know you have all the welcome concert. The menus telephone calls the room service. All laundry service kind of things and we tried to give it this quite unusual so graphic quality so didn't didn't want big signs like in the imperial royal imperial hotel like we concentrate on the details like we like. I loved these kinds of very southern facing these kind of printed plates with alligators on and kind of floors all slightly bad taste but kind of good at the same time so that for me was all about big stuff. We didn't go medium. We kind of went big scale and then then we kind of went in tight so that there was a real so quantum solve intimate graphic quality. So obviously we come into the lobby and then the left hand side..

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"bt" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on Currently On

"There was this little this little piece this little stick of dynamite that exploded filled with color and joy and dancing, and it was the perfect song at the perfect time and I think that that's what it is. I can't. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that I'm some big. Fan I'm not. I I've listened to their songs. This is by far my favorite of theirs but I just think it just captures the right feel at the right time and I I'm not here look. I'm not sponsored by bt s not sponsored by their record amount sponsored by anyone right now, I mean I my last sponsor. We made all the money we could make with them. We wiped out their entire sponsorship and seven days. We need a new sponsor that has a lot of money so that we can get paid for this podcast. I don't have a sponsor right now but I can speak highly of the song and listen. This is not filled with lyrics that you have to sit there and read and try to analyze. It's not that that's not what it is. That's why I'm not even reading the lyrics. This is not about this song has a deeper meaning. No this is just put on the headphones and dance put on the headphones and have fun put on the headphones and escape put on the headphones and find a little joy. Set aside your cynicism set aside the desire to hate on everything and criticize everything and just enjoy it because that's what the song is about. That's what the song is for and an embrace that lab burst of energy that we need to move us onto the end of twenty twenty and let's hope 2021. Hopefully when we get right, they're getting ready to celebrate a New Year I. I have songs going to be blaring the songs going to be playing. Hopefully, we can actually even be at New Year's Eve parties. Hopefully, we can be in clubs dancing hopefully that can happen mean I, don't know. But wherever we are however, we have to celebrate the New Year I think the song will be right there on many playlist and on many turntables..

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"bt" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on Back To Back

"We can Kinda just hop into it and I wanted to. . Yeah I WANNA talk about the new album all of that. . But you know talking about sort of staying close to home and being I think it's rare for somebody who does what you do to to not be in L.. . A.. . Or to not be in New York and <hes> it's just interesting. . Do you do you find you know working on music? ? Does the place you are? ? Does that affect your thought process you're writing process? ? Does it affect your output? ? It's such a terrific question. . So I think that where we live in, , it's one of those funny things i. . full disclosure I was raised by a psychiatrist so. . My mom is a brilliant doctor, , and so I use a lot of what's called I think in. . Seki I trick vernacular psycho babble would say official term. . Fair warning <hes> but I do think there's an interesting. . It's an interesting thought threatened insofar as. . You know it's one of those things that people say, , Oh, , it's not where you are what kind of your internal locus, , what's going on inside you and of course, , there's there's truth in that but it's sort of a a both hand I think in that it really does affect especially for. . That are are artists and our job is to kind of absorb our environment and sort of. . Purge that through whatever are medium artistic medium is and so I think it does have a pretty profound impact on you where you live if you're artistically inclined and so interestingly, , we we split our time between the Eastern and the West Coast we have a place in <hes> in l. a., , and then we have a place. . Here On the East Coast as well too, , and so because I do a lot of film stuff I'm probably there about a week month, , and so we've got a lot of close friends and I mean close to. . Family they're actually in Los Angeles as well too and so. . I miss it when we're when we're not there and I lived full-time in Los Angeles for ten twelve years and. . I started to get. . I didn't like living there full-time if I'm being totally honest about it. . It's really really difficult place to live. . A lot of people you know you put in your time you're there for you know sort of crucial number of years, , and then a lot of people end up getting out again man you're you're you're absolutely right about that I. Mean . I can't even tell you how right you are about that I have so many friends that have done their time there they kind of establish their career in a way that they're happy and proud of in his sustainable and then they're like on thanks but no thanks with all the you know home robberies and traffic and no. . Thank you. . You know so. . It's A. . It's a tough place loon especially with what's going on now. . Is like a safety issue in Los Angeles and P something did he pulled don't like talking about but in everywhere in Los Angeles there it's it's. . Safety issues honestly I mean most major cities man yet. . So it's a little hairy. . I mean even for me living in the heart of DC in DC by the numbers is not as bad as a lot of places but. . It feels a bit weird to be so close to so many people right now. . Yeah absolutely. . I. . Totally. Hear . you. . I really do so. . So you know and I love I love California I. . Love I. . Love being there but I did my I did my full time time there and so. . It's it's really nice if we live in a place that is just very peaceful in us I, , mean we're so thankful during this time in particular the you know <hes> our family were able to just walk outside in our neighbors have cows and horses and stuff, , and so <hes>. . That's great. . You know we get our eggs from an amish farm. . You know a couple miles from here in our vegetables and fruits from. . Local co OPS. . Man Yeah. . Great, , did

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"bt" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on Currently On

"Me because I don't want to get in trouble. Right. Interesting. The Beatles comment we'll talk about that more would argue this is the musical pinnacle of Boy Band Artistry but it does the job rate. Yeah I not show this to the aliens as the best example of boy excellence but it does a really wonderful job of establishing a chronology of boy bands as you mentioned, and it also does a really wonderful job of including the boy bands. especially, the black boy bands I kind of get written out of this history boyfriend music popular music is founded in black music. It's sort of through line throughout all popular music history. There's a reason backstreet boys on ever break your heart sounds exactly like boys commends end of the road it agreed just let's listen to those back to back starting with backstreet boys. And you can go listen to them on your own so I'm not violating copyright law. I'm no I'm analyzing it, but I just don't want to. Another going to boys to men. And Music Borrowing and copying from other music is pretty common phenomenon in music history. Direct inheritance their home and yet for many people and myself included I don't really see boys to men as a boy band and there are a variety of reasons for that. But sort of the obvious one is it wasn't presented as a boy abandoned. So much of what boy band identity is, is how it sort of marketed and sold to you boys to men are kind of seen as a sexier R&B male vocal group and the backstreet boys are a little bit more innocent. There's something to that like image. Of Chastity even if it is sort of alluding to something pg thirteen, I also think that perhaps because black and Brown youth are typically sexualize younger age. They're not sort of afforded the same privileges as as white boy badge and that's why you can have the backstreet boys who are at around the same age doing something very similar but sold to tweens whereas boys tremendous for like a more mature audience. If somebody's not necessarily a fan of boy bands, can you suggest a gateway drug something that might get them hooked? Thou- would depend on what their interest or what sort of genre of music that they're interested in because I. think if you're a real hip hop head than bt is the way to go. Bts Yeah, we can talk all day about. Classic. Rock kind of listener. Later, one direction sounds a lot like fleetwood MAC. There are a lot of sort of rock and roll reference points there. Compare wind direction of fleetwood, Mac. Debate. Sort of Solo trajectory of Harry Styles. If you like Latin pop courses always menudo. New. That's a that's a blast from the past. Audience. But I still am delighted by it. What was your gateway drug what got you over your music critic snobbery and made you fall in love with genre I often say one direction ruined my life and I mean that in the most wholesome way. Sort of wish that there is a more theatrical dramatic realization but the reality is it was just a late night I turned on what makes you beautiful and that lake first moment where you hear those crunchy guitars. It listed the sense of join me that I immediately clocked as youthful. It felt like butterflies in my stomach like I had a crush on a song and not these boys necessarily. But what the sort of symbolize this just here serotonin release just absolute. Freedom from embarrassment just..

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"bt" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"bt" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"I have never seen anyone light of the phase the way BT as it out or sold out because of them jingle ball his beat the a's and loud with make a right on the it was easy he is known to I just on the you sold more than ever we you BTS and loud would make a right on.

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"bt" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"bt" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"How you get a hold of spread Naji? Good morning everyone. So glad you're here. I want to know if there's a more rabid fan base. And I mean that in a nice way rabbit of intense committed passionate fanbase, then there is for this for this BTS k pop group. No, there's not I don't think that there is because I was kidding around last night. Totally man you want it all those tweets you wanted them. All. Yes. You did Brady followed up trying to tag onto me. So I was kidding. All the time radio afternoon guy was trying to detach himself to to. I was kidding. Okay. I did not even know that the BT BT as they were going to be at the Grammys. I didn't even know. I didn't. I was just kidding. Because we joke around here all the time about how we hear from a lot of these regional fan groups national worldwide fan groups, it will campaign to get songs on the radio from artists that you may not have heard of before. Now BT is obviously worldwide sensation k pop nothing new. I get all of that. But these guys will tweet if you if you go to the BT BTS army on Twitter, you're in the entertainment industry, and they and they find out about it. Then they will tweet you large quantity. What I did not anticipate was over thirty thousand likes on a single tweet. Ten thousand retweets on a single tweet four thousand comments on one tweet one from your boy, Richard Marx's, like, thanks. Fitting me because I said the tweet and by the way, this is not even adding two or three tweets because then I started really messing with it. And it's that I don't respect them or think that BTS is. I just I had no idea. What I said was I've seen a lot of insane insane fan bases. Bands one direction. Shawn Mendez, even Richard Marx. I was a kid if Richard Marx totally random, but these BTS people. Or on another level. I salute your passion that is twenty four thousand likes ten thousand. I mean, nothing I've ever done remotely close lies my phone blowing. What is going on? DMZ like, dude, why did you do that? Like, what are you doing? The white hope every single one of them buys, right? You're waiting for you. I hope at least half of these people whose Richard Marx follow him by the song. And then, you know, take like a month for those tweets today down for him and sort through like the regular real fans, I'm tempted to delete the tweet because again, I was kidding. And now literally might timeline just it just rolls. It's just like it just rolling. And I thought it would die down and people would stop doing it. Have you ever gotten twenty four thousand likes anything xactly? I I had no idea. No clue whatsoever. I promise not a big fan. Now, I because because I want all of them to listen to us. It's called fake love. Oh, yeah. I know that one. Yeah. I gotta play part of you guys deserve it. You know people where's the song? Search.

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