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The Crown season 4

The Watch

08:47 min | 5 months ago

The Crown season 4

"I am now joined by. Amanda dobbins our resident expert. Amanda thanks for joining me again. My pleasure your pleasure to watch these middle. Three episodes of the crown season four absolutely crushing. It this stuff. Is this really good. We're talking today about favorites fagin and taryn knowle's ands basically. It's the episode with all the kids. The episode with the guy breaks into the palace and the episode. Where charles and diana go to australia. And i have to say that i think four. I've seen a few people dating for here and there for some reason. Maybe because it's too too well kind of put too much of a bow on it. I think it's fucking extraordinary. Like if i i thought that favorites was a really like startling achievement in dramatic writing and just in terms of the amount of stuff that they burn through in the way that they bring all these characters. What did you. What did you think of that episode. I agree with you. And i have not seen any criticisms because i don't really consume social media anymore but anyone who thinks it's too neat or they put a bow on it. I guess find another show This is peter. Marin is a playwright. There is a lot of construction and intentional cinematic and exposition all dialogue and set pieces built into this. It's not. it's not that it's obvious but all of it is very crafted. So i agree with you that i thought episode four was tremendous in terms of the amount of like and setup that they managed to convey to you in a very effective way. Because we don't really know anything about two of the four children barely met any of them and has been kind of a side character and so there are four children who get their own scenes and moments and so you have to develop those characters. You have to develop the queen's relationship to all of them. You also have the margaret thatcher thematic connection of the of the children. And you're drying out a little bit about margaret thatcher's relationship to women as well which is an important larger thematic episode. And also you've got the falklands war. I mean it's and they do it definitely and i thought about something you say a lot. Which is the crown doesn't like doesn't waste a moment. They just pick the scenes they pick the lines. And you know everything you need to know. That is so hard and they nail it. I mean they do a lot of stuff that i think other shows would probably shy away from because it would feel too like they were showing you too many of their cards so i kept thinking about the scene between elizabeth and an you know they go riding out. This is the thing that they sort of both share this love of horses even though and is obviously phillips favorite. And that's like in the way that that gets conveyed in the beginning and their conversations heartbreaking you know like their conversation is legitimately breaking and i think you could look at what an says. She's like. I used to enjoy being the difficult on and scaring people and now i don't feel like have any control over that anymore and you could be like well like you might go your entire life and never have that level of self awareness. You know you may have to go through thirty years of therapy to find that out about yourself and this young woman just like sort of pops out off when confronted by her mother on iran day. But it's beautiful writing. It's just it's just like amazing writing. And i thought the performances specifically in that scene mostly because the three sons come off as absolute troll lords in this episode mean. Yeah but the scene in particular was was quite lovely thought. Listen i think that there are levels of emotional breakthrough and clarity in this. Show that it's never happened in real life and certainly have never happened in the uk and to anyone who is absolutely senior no country just a lot of time talking about salads in england too early because they get a lot of salad industry and how to their salads or just blue cheese and bacon their emotional relationships are blue cheese and bacon. Do they are not. They're not doing the the smart greens. Now i mean it's it's a tv show and we are projecting emotions and trying to figure out how these people felt about the facts that we know are true. That's what we think is so interesting about episode for which made me reflect a little bit of on the queen character in this season and an interesting thing is happening. We talked a little bit about this on the last episode. Where libya coleman is kind of popping out a little bit and coleman is one of the great actresses of time and also i find her personally hilarious so i think that that's great but i see moments where it nothing is on the page and it's just olivia colman giving it that sense of humor giving it that timing Or maybe even the character is being a little bit written to her strengths and that is also a little bit because the queen is not. i mean. she's not a side character but the way they're telling the story is about all of the other people and events who are kind of crowding into that character's life and how she's bouncing all of it but episode four is just it's about the queen and all of their writing it's character development that is in line with the past three seasons that we've seen and it's pretty extraordinary and i think libya coleman also does like a great job with the actual written script and the character and the reacting to like the horror show of her children. I mean they all are. Do you have a favorite of the four. Who is your favorite on the shore in real life. No on the show. I don't really i. It's shifted i think blassie's and it would have been charles and yeah and this season it's probably end. Although let me get to the end of it. I mean it's obviously not editor andrew. So yeah. I wanted to just quickly before we get into edward andrew charles. A little bit ask you you start this episode up. Did you expect the wedding. No if only because number one. I read some spoilers about how they don't show the wedding but i do also think in their when charles and diana yes yes. The most watched royal wedding. I think of all time. I i don't. I should have gotten this statistics. It was close to a billion people. Watch it. I mean that was everywhere and people taped it and watched it over and over again rate including me who. Dvr it when bbc america riera it before the wedding harry and meghan and it was part of their like twelve hour block of programming. I watched all of it i. It's pretty boring. They didn't really have their production values in one thousand nine hundred one that we expect from royal wedding now anyway but no. There was sort of finality to episode three and there was something intentional about the way they showed their rehearsal and kind of the real behind the scenes emotions where i was like. Okay this is an interesting choice and like this is what we're going to get and also i've seen it before was do because like they wouldn't be a lot of opportunity for people to be talking during that so unless there would be some fagin like wrinkle history that they wanted to explore not really sure what they would do their right. I mean it happened at such a scale that even it would defy the crown's siegi budget. I will say. I was surprised that diana disappeared for new episodes. We'll get episode five. But she is very briefly shown and she is heavily pregnant when she shown episode four. And she just won't come out of the room and in one way. That's really all you need to know. About how their marriage is going and how everything is you know how everything is is shaken out but on the other hand i was like uh this is a choice. Diana pretty popular. Yeah yeah no. I thought that the dow is interesting. Also the suggestion. That charles is starting to become under the influence of these gurus and like self help nutritionist. Which i didn't. I didn't know that about him. Oh yeah the the lawrence vander past reference. I only know about this from the tina brown book. But apparently he brought those books on their honeymoon and then tried to get diana who was twenty at the time of their wedding to read the books and discuss them over for dinner on their honeymoon. So that's how that went

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Get Ready for The Umbrella Academy Season 2

Geeks Under the Influence

01:46 min | 9 months ago

Get Ready for The Umbrella Academy Season 2

"Hello everyone and welcome. It is the Gui recap. It's recap of all the things that are going to of happened for the week of July Twenty, seven, twenty twenty before it happens. My name is Bruce and let's start with the Gui pick of the week. The umbrella academy season two comes out this week on net. If, you're unfamiliar with the show. seven children are born on the same day. Their mothers got pregnant They all possess some amazing ability. Some rich man buys the children and makes them a superhero team. Now they're all grown up and the end of the world has happened. Okay. Season One was great season to hopefully will follow along with that tradition four TV pages on Monday nothing Tuesday cw has the premiere of tell me. A story and vice has the premiere of how to rob a bank for Wednesday. Fox has the finale of ultimate tag. and C W has the finale of bulletproof Thursday nothing Friday. The same Saturday BBC America Has Earth Light. That's A. A premier and HBO has the Premiere of Joe Joe. Rabbit for Sunday CW, has the premiere of Fridge wars and taskmaster for movies coming out this week, unhinged still on the books to come out this week. I'm not sure if it's been pushed back or not it's a Russell Crowe movie where he has a roads rated incident and things. Go Downhill from there. For DVD's, you have end of sentence for on Line Services Net flicks has last chance you season five, the speed Huber's and like I, said the umbrella academy season two

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Hollywood not out of content, yet

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Hollywood not out of content, yet

"People are just trying to find new stuff Jason would get what can you recommend what's new what's happening yeah it is thankfully Hollywood is not out of content yet that might happen at some point as production is shut down but there's still stuff that was in the pipeline that is still coming out we found out today that killing eve which is a fantastic series on AMC and BBC America that's gonna move up a couple of weeks season three was gonna debut at the end of April that's not moved to April twelfth so you'll see that a little earlier there obviously capitalizing on the fact that people are at home and looking for stuff to watch and there's new stuff out today one of the biggest of the bunch I guess this season three of those are arc that's the critically acclaimed Netflix show starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney and great drama there about a couple who turn to crime in order to save their family kind of like breaking bad a little bit and some comparisons there this is season three seasons one and two I really enjoyed went through them pretty quickly it's been a while since we've seen the new season of this but now we have it in full today out on Netflix also out today there is a movie out there's there's a couple movies but one of them that was supposed to be out in theaters today the movie called banana split it's a coming of age romantic teen comedy very funny written by and starring somebody named Hannah marks who I think you're gonna hear a lot from in the coming years I think she's a very big up and coming star and she's great in this she wrote the movie she's very talented and you can rent that you have to pay for it but you can rent out wherever you rent your movies either on apple or Amazon or wherever there and then also if you're a fan of project runway the show that was on Bravo Bravo you know the fashion competition shouts Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn these that they laughed and the show still runs on Bravo but now IT crewmen Tim Gunn have teamed up together for a new show the team is very similar to project runway it's called making the cut and that's out today on Amazon prime you have two episodes that out today and then you have a couple more they're gonna come out

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The 77th Annual Golden Globes to honor several LGBTQ-inclusive nominees in 2020

KZSC Programming

08:58 min | 1 year ago

The 77th Annual Golden Globes to honor several LGBTQ-inclusive nominees in 2020

"Here now the nation's for the seventy seventh annual golden golden globe awards were announced and there were several of the B. two Q. and crear adjacent nods across film and television with rocket man paid and gory killing eve at the politician each scoring two or more nominations there are also several out actors who were nominated other nominations at celebrate LGBT Q. representation that lack of nominations for people of color and outstanding roles like is a diet and euphoria and rigidity keying in watchman art well that's notable any year rife with extraordinary films from when the directors the Hollywood foreign press association failed to nominate credit Kerr wing for little William little women Lulu way you for the fare well the rain ASCA Fauria for hustlers Cillian CO four portrait of a lady on fire and Merial Heller for or won't you be my neighbor still progress around LGBT Q. visibility deserves to be celebrated and the gay and lesbian alliance against defamation are glad pre is the recognition in a statement saying quote golden globe nominations for LGBT Q. inclusive films including rocket man portrait of a lady on fire and painted glory along with tell of the television series the politician and killing eve continue a tradition of recognizing extraordinary talents by the Hollywood foreign press association glad said director of entertainment media Jeremy black a black hello said quote well deserved nominations for several LGBT Q. roles as well as for out actors Billy Porter BT felt staying Ben Platt and Andrew Scott provide a reason to celebrate and reminder for how audiences and critics alike support and applied authentic RGB to Q. storytelling and here's just a brief review of of those folks that have and in receipt of nominations is according to the advocate here for the F. X. drama pose Billy Porter was nominated for best performance by an actor in a television series drama the gay actor appears as pray tell and the and the show which is made history with trans gender representation can't wait to see what he's gonna wear yeah right Ben Platt recognized for his role as Peyton Hobart in Netflix's the politician and nominated in the category of best performance by an actor in a television series comedy or musical Platt recently came out as gay and his character Peyton is durable as a bisexual lead in this Ryan Murphy produced series next and you Scott the hot priest in season two of Amazon's flea bag scored a nomination in the category of best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series limited series or motion picture made for television Scott is gay this the show the politicians scored a nomination it best television series comedy or musical the series produced by Ryan Murphy centers on several LGBTQ characters vying for power in a wealthy high school in Santa Barbara California including a character played by a gay actor Ben Platt was received a golden globe not as we just mentioned flea bag that series received three nominations at the golden globes best television series comedy or musical best performance by an actress in a television series for Phoebe Waller bridge and best performance by an actor in a supporting role in the series for Andrew Scott as imagined in addition to prominently featuring Scott a gay actor as the hot priest the season Waller bridges series is funny and moving at a take on navigating life love and sex as a woman in her thirties next up killing eve the BBC America series about a killer Jody calmer and the woman she is infatuated with Sandra was nominated in the category of best television series drama I'll also mentioned that Jody Comber the who kills and killing eve ha ha the a she's got the nomination in the best performance by an actress in a television series drama for her role in killing a law for the show yeah for sure the second season really stood up sometimes you never know yes sometimes it is kind of a sophomore jinx that now is it but in this case the dazzling musical a biopic of Elton John's life a rocket man is up for best motion picture musical or comedy I got to see that Terron Iger ten an ally of the LGBT Q. community was nominated in best performance by an actor in a motion picture musical or comedy for rocket man and he gives life and voiced Elton John and this a claim role also Elton John alongside his writing partner Bernie to open received a nomination for the track I'm gonna Love Me again from rocket man in the yeah the school category you know music commissaries category right Gregor wings little women did the clearest and most feminist interpretation yet of the beloved story by Louisa may Alcott received nominations in two categories Best Original Score and best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for a show is run ins Joe March Renee Zellweger was nominated in best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for giving life to gay icon Judy Garland in the bio pic Judy Antonio Banderas is vying for best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama he was nominated for his lead role in pain and Gloria filled by Pedro Almodovar inspired by the gate directors life out actress Beatie felled Steen scored and not in the category of best performance by an actress in a motion picture musical or comedy she plays Molly and books marked the Olivia Wilde directed comedy about two friends one straight one lesbian who cut loose after prom glory as we mentioned previously the film directed by an inspired by the life of gay filmmaker Pedro Almodovar is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film portrait of a lady on fire silliness yamas beautiful film about two women who discover love and art in eighteenth century France was nominated in the category of Best Foreign Language Film and Jennifer Lopez as queer hearts a flutter as Ramona the stripper and hustler who took destiny Constance Wu under her wing and the fold of her fur coat the foreign press association was also moved giving her a nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture and Margot Robbie is a stand out and bombshell the film about sexual harassment at fox news that giving away spoilers he's a compelling reason for LGBTQ folks to watch it the foreign press association agreed honoring Robbie with the nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture so at least a couple categories here will get a half LGBT representation competing against itself wiles is kind of cool and its own right but yeah so congratulations to the many LGBT Q. nominations for this year's golden

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Billy Porter Makes History as First Openly Gay Man to Win Emmy for Outstanding Actor in Drama Series

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Billy Porter Makes History as First Openly Gay Man to Win Emmy for Outstanding Actor in Drama Series

"The seventy first primetime Emmy awards were handed out Sunday night in Hollywood one heavily favored a television drama took home the award was expected to but the acting categories offered some surprises NPR's Glenn Weldon has more the eighth and final season of HBO's game of thrones was the odd. on favorite to win outstanding drama and when it did for the fourth time in a row history was made when Billy Porter won the Emmy for lead actor in a drama series Porter who stars in the FX series pose is the first openly gay man to be nominated in the category in his rousing acceptance speech he spoke the power of art we have the artists are the people that get to change the molecular structure of the hearts and minds of the people who live on this planet please don't ever stop doing that lead actress in a drama series went to Jodie calmer who plays the assassin villanelle on the BBC America series killing

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"bbc america" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"bbc america" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The red hot real estate shell Sundays here on my talk it's not a love in here's what I'm watching that I'm really really like it loser on BBC America this is a third season if you've never watched it you got to watch it to sell but as the conflicted British detective BBC America and if you look this up a little on the scary side the checkout Zachary quinto in Los two and that is on American movie classics scary that's what my talks watching everything streaming everything entertainment my talk one of seven one Regis started off can you well it's been on you and there's no reason we should good morning and welcome back you're listening to the don and Steve show on my talk one of seven one everything entertainment I'm done Hey guys I'm Steve there's a B. some talk into it he is Ryan he's gonna do.

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"bbc america" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Such a good show. We've been just pouring through BBC America. Do you have to have BBC America? Well, no, you it's on Amazon prime number. I'm just typing classic albums cuddle. That's a good wreck a much damn the torpedoes last night. Yeah. We watched rooms the other night, Fleetwood MAC and watched goodbye yellow brick road the other night. It's really that's glory. Cool. I'll check it out highly recommended. All right. Many crush poll. Truth Sifi dish, by the way, Robert Paulson on that. Last. One said Logan's run kitschy blasphemy. I'll say it live like I said on Facebook pipe down Paulsen pipe down. Good, sir. He's a he's a location scout away. Oh, really? Yeah. We've been in touch for many many years. He always sends a cool emails about stuff. He's working on. I should maybe one day. I'll get pulse on. It'd be cool to hear from a location scout. I wanna know what goes into. I think people have been enjoying these crew member episodes in learning about these jobs. It's gonna neat. All right here. We go Sifi poll truth, George, Lucas, no. Genius filmmaker or great ideas. Ma- filmmaker. What do you think I'm not one? I'm not a fan. All right. Well, you're this was a landslide. Seventy four percent of the people said ma-, filmmaker great ideas, twenty six percents genius filmmaker atom on think, he's a genius filmmaker. Did he do American graffiti? Yeah. Is that good? Is it great? No, okay. That's good. Because I think I've said this before I don't think Star Wars movies, even the classic ones are that good. Like, I think they they accomplish what they're supposed to accomplish. And they're sort of these schmaltzy kind of space operas. But if you really, you know, just dissect them never gonna they're not very good Oscar nominee. I know what I'm saying. Like, I that's why I think it's like great idea. Great execution for the guys hit this thing. And it's like ending Brealey. Really good. But not so much like an amazing film. Now, he's he is not a great film. What about the THX one? Have you seen that one? Yeah. So okay. Yeah. I haven't seen him. He's not a great filmmaker got it. It's just the thing. The people are spoken. Holly, fry will cut you cut us. All. Yeah. What are you gonna do? I don't know. And you know, I'm gonna call on Paulsen again is pretty relevant comment. Here. Robert says you gotta wanna make film. To be a genius when he was young. He had the desire..

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"bbc america" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on The Watch

"And I don't know what we can glean from it because often when there are service sudden shifts like this they speak to a broader trend in in at work in the industry. I don't know how many more deals like this. We will see but. We'll find out before we get to this. Jesse ping thing miniseries limited series, whatever it winds up being movie before that we were going to get the second season of killing which is quickly approaching and they just put out the first trailer for it. It's coming on BBC America. I think in April. Yeah. And, you know, no longer show run by Phoebe Waller bridge, which I think will be really interesting to see what specifically she did in, you know, in the trenches with that show and see how how it's different, but we still Jody Comber and Sandra. Oh, and they don't give away much. They explain a little bit about where characters wind up going, but there's not a whole lot of of depth ear. But it just it looks like they're gonna try to sustain the same tension of the cat and mouse game, which I think is oh is going to be the the central sort of math problem that the show has to solve which is like, basically, how can you keep these two apart? How close can you bring them together and still maintain the the buzz around the show? I gotta say first and foremost, my reaction was just absolute league happy surprise because I am so conditioned now to think that shows that I really love will be off the air for over a year, if not more I was so surprised to see this trailer. I had not realized they had been filming the second season. I know I deal was just two months away. It's so funny. How far things have shifted that that is now surprised that a successful new show would come back in a timely manner. But what am I surprised to see it to the Phoebe while bridge part of it is a big question. She was in the news a bunch today. It was because fleabag is coming back for season two another show that I don't know if it needed one, I don't know how it could could have won. But let's extend the same courtesy weeks. Vince Gilligan is shifting. She's a wizard the underlying question the killing season two is gonna have to answer is on some level. How involved was while bridge in my I know nothing about the background of that show. How was made deaf? Felt like her fingerprints slid off the show after around the third or fourth episode just from the way, it was written in the things that it was most interested in but beyond that the question is like can they keep this up? But it's much more exciting to -tunities tune into to a show where the questions can keep this up rather than the question. Can they get back, and I'm I'm all season too. I thought the trailer seemed to fully distill what was right about season one into sixty six. Yeah. Also, like another great pitch down haunted cover version of eighty song that basically every trailer, but they do addicted to love by Robert Palmer in this industry alert. It's it's quite good. Let's hit kite. Russia doll for second. Oh, yeah. Man. Let's do it. I know that you had the great Leslie Hedlund on the podcast already. I was so sad. Not to be there with you for that. I went on a journey with the show, and it was really really really happy with it by the really satisfied, really impressed. And it turns out one of the things. Attention cranky things that I said when I I was on the fence about after episode or two proved to be true. I think you needed to watch the whole thing, you know, I am just sort of spiritually against the idea of like, oh, this is eight part movie or whatever. But this was and you needed the second half of the season for me to for me to fully understand it to balance the first half..

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Trump says he has right to declare border emergency

BBC World Service

03:07 min | 2 years ago

Trump says he has right to declare border emergency

"Of defense to pay for the wall. That is if it was declared illegal by a judge, and there would be bound to be legal challenges. It would succeed however in ending the shutdown albeit leaving the final outcome up to judges not the president or congress, but it's very much seen as a last resort. And there are reports here that the the president's closest advisers, including his son-in-law, Jared Kushner are advising him to hold off. Now, the shutdown on course now to be the longest ever, David. Is there any sign of anyone giving way and maybe some kind of resolution being found? Well, that's right. He's about to enter its twenty first day, Paul tying the record for the longest government shutdown in US history. Tomorrow was payday for hundreds of thousands of federal workers. It won't be now. Now, President Trump having walked out of talks, of course with congressional Democrats yesterday. And today, the president said it was easier to deal with China than it was to deal with the Democrats David Willis, they're our reporter in Washington to Japan next where former Nissan chairman Carlos Goan is expected to face charges relating to allegations of financial misconduct. Just as his period of detention in a Tokyo jail is set to expire. We can go live to the BBC's America oil for more on this America. How likely is it that he is going to face charges? I think it is why the expected even his lawyer when he had a press conference earlier in the week when Mr. goon also made his first public appearance in court. The lawyer also said that he is expected Mr. going to be charged with this afresh allegation fresh charges if aggravated breach of trust. So that's more serious than what he has already been charged with. Which is under reporting his income by some eighty million dollars. This new charge is about he's accused of shifting his personal private investment. Losses onto Nissan. A he's also accused of making quite a hefty payments to a Saudi businessman who allegedly helped and cover up the losses. Of course, Mr. goon denied all the allegations on Tuesday, but we are expecting him still to be charged in the next three or four hours before that detention expires and on Thursday night. Renos board has shown faith in him. Can you tell us about that? That's right. The board meeting took place yesterday during which they said that they found no wrongdoing by Mr. go or any other executives still in as you know, that infringe fringe media, especially there has been quite a lot of criticism about how Japan's judicial system is treating Mr. gone, but at the same time, there are a lot of experts in Japan, saying, you know, this is the system that we have you know, there's never been. This much international attention on Japan's judicial system. But it does the basic rule is that when you get arrested by the special unit of the prosecutor's office. You can get held for forty eight hours, which can be extended my ten days, and

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"bbc america" Discussed on TV Rewind Podcast

TV Rewind Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on TV Rewind Podcast

"And then speed up its sent nation so that it would attract the Patine as the doctor plan the Batang eight it and absorbed. The blast she ojected it from the ship, and all should have been perfectly fine at that point. But the general was losing strength. At least she and her brother got to have a nice hurt to hurt before her heart gave out and he stepped in to safely land the ship. Despite Grimm's best efforts Mallaby did most of the work delivering Yasa's, baby. Ryan was there to remind you that a father doesn't have to be perfect. 'cause see doesn't have a perfect one. He just has to be there together with grim Ryan helped cut the cords. Yes decided he wanted to try to be a father and wanted to name the baby after a earth hero from his people's textbooks in his new friends honor, so a avocado pear. We'll be in the record books. Let's just kind of keep in track. This is the sixty seventh century. So, yeah, maybe the history books, aren't quite what they need to be. At this point. And perhaps labor is also painless for the women in his species because just not fair. That would just be just be the men. Madly premises the doctor that she would soon be teleported back to the tortoise, so she didn't we didn't even get into that reunion, because it has the our ends with Ronin who will be shut down. Now that the service has ended leading them all to make a tribute to the general and says, may the saints of all the stars and constellations, bring you hope as they guide you out of the dark and into the light on this voyage, and the next and the journey still the come for now and ever more. Sweet little dedication. Yeah, very poignant ending. So I like that. A lot. Yeah. I thought this is a pretty average episode of doctor who I thought, but it certainly entertaining and some great moments in this. Yes, I'm greatly enjoying this. Dr Brennan and next episode will be back to a cheer Jerker episode with demons, the Punjab, which will be airing tonight as we record, this on BBC America. There you go. Check it out on Sundays on BBC America, and listen to Charles's podcast. So that is the wrap up of I rewind for this week. And now you move onto the fast forward and talk about a few things. We're looking forward to coming up this week premiere of Lia remedy Scientology on the aftermath season three on a e this Tuesday, November thirteenth, which I just enjoy a lot just because it's just there's a lot of. Crazy stuff. That's been talked about in that religion, quote, unquote religion and the people that have come out of it in their stories, and it's just very, very fascinating. So I enjoyed a lot. So I'm looking forward to more episodes of that. Excellent. I have a few recommendations. Sweet for stuff. That's coming up. I recommend checking out the flash season, five episode five, which is going to be called all all dolled up. And in the story, this introduces a pretty creepy super villain by the name of rag doll. Who's going to be played by Troy James who is an actual contortionist. Woo. So the characters a contortionist and uses that, to effective to be very nasty killer. And so I think it's just fantastic that they cast an actual contortionist. This guy was on America's got talent not too long ago. And he's really good and should. We really creepy behind the like I like this white facial mask, so should hopefully, give you maybe a if they do it, right. To give them a give. Everybody a couple of good nightmares because this guy was all kinds of creepy, and in the comics, and I'm really looking forward to seeing him portrayed here. And then we also get stuff with burying Iris's daughter Nora played by Jessica Parker. Kennedy who let something slip about the future that devastates iris played by Candice Patton, and in an attempt to distract his wife berry s IRAs to team up to stop right doll..

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"bbc america" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Is it's digital property. A lock the sound of non voluntary. Subscribe. Has. The runny certain market conditionings normal intrigue subscription can can work. But yeah, we've been doing it for nearly ninety years in the UK so holding onto that idea. So where does BBC America into this question as well? Is that that's an AMC? Yes. Oh, venture BBC America is not part of the BBC stable. I'm involved in because we squid eat a cough disorder news and topical current affairs in information. So on BBC America is now operated as a joint venture to get with. I MC networks, and so actually most the people working on BBC micro base down at headquarters people from here. Okay. Okay. Complicated. I think we got. So yeah, I want to go into some of this specifics on the business. So I didn't a bit. But just wanted to stop talking high level about sort of the broad news market over the past few years. Obviously, it's been sort of a good time for publishes with politics. What's happening in the US sort of Trump bump, obviously, we've had Brexit in the UK has been sort of the emergent so reemergence of fake news for one of a better term. So is it sort of a good time to be sitting in front of the BBC brand. Basically it's been I think has been a good good period for us actually mean it's been an incredibly turbulent period by here in the US in Europe. And also more broadly around the world, and we are we take great heart from the find that people are interested in what's going on. We are encouraged that young people are just as interested as people in other than demographics. We optimistic about the way that younger audiences engage with and want to consume music thing. They can believe in and rely on weeknights. That's good for us. And we also think he's good to generally that young people are. Active politically, turning up and demonstrations getting behind causes in a way that pops people that sort of lost faith in young people's in engagement with politics and social movements more narrowly for the BBC in many ways, what's been happening over the last few years has led us to just stick to what we've always done actually rather than do things differently. So if any familiarity with the BBC, you want me surprised to hear that we have not taken us item. Brexit, we've certainly not taking a side on US US politics. That's at the very core of what we do. And what we stand for. So we haven't gone out in pursuit of a Trump bump we've been sticking to the BBC's. Cool values of nonpartisan impartial fundamentally independent, Jim. We've always thought that's very important. And we're delighted is still a vibrant demont for that. Have you seen sort of increased audience Dimond? Full coverage over the past couple of years that people are looking for other new perspectives outside perspectives on US news or. Yeah. I mean, actually. There's lots of talk about the potential of China of India or the sort of major hype high growth markets, but actually the US and North America has been really significant market for us for a long time. But recently in terms of growth as as well. So we were really pleased over the summer with a media posts a right to this is the most trusted source of TV news in America, which is both unusual bit surprising. But it was really encouraging for us as a non American news Brad even just a few weeks ago during the break Cavanaugh, Christine blazey Ford hearing so on livestream of that was pulling about one and a half million to two million concurrent views, which was quite stunning actually because this was a livestream of congressional hearings and proceedings it's not as if the BBC had a particular take on that. It's not as if you would have thought that the. ABC would naturally have been the home for that sort of thing, which is very much sort of national American moment, but people are coming to us in very significant numbers and our audience is route fifty percent over the last twelve months. So what do you make of you guys have the TV? So I didn't the digital side with BBC dot com. What do you make the state of digital news just sort of generally because we went through a period of a few years where it was just sort of scale for the sake of sky aided by platform distribution, Facebook, and all of that stuff..

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"bbc america" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

14:51 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"These people think they live in their little tunnel vision world, and they have no idea that they are unable anymore to dominate and create a news narrative. Anyway, I wanna get to that in due course. Because it's not what I was going to lead with today. But I got a newsbusters story here disaster for Elizabeth Warren. All three networks. Mock native American claim this is a last thing that she expected to happen. The news media cannot carry her water her excuses to flimsy, what's really interesting about. This is the news media has known all along that. This is a bogus claiming they were more than willing to carry it. They were more than willing to probe promoted propagated, do whatever they could. They knew full well that this thing is bogus. And it was nothing more than an attempt in political trick, and they gave it their best shot. But she's too stupid the way she handled all this. And they couldn't maintain their support for her. So it's it's all followed by the wayside. And with it probably any presidential perspiration that she had just like presidential perspiration Avenida head ever naughty. Can't even get on TV anymore. He's reduced going on Twitter. Grabs sound byte number twenty six I referenced this is Donna Brazile, she was on FOX today with Bill Hemmer. Now, normally Donna Brazile occupies a chair over at CNN. But when it was discovered that she was. Funneling townhall questions to Hillary Clinton? In advance of a town hall telecast on CNN. I think they ended their relationship with her. And then she got her nose out of joint about something. A she wrote a book acknowledging that the DNC was played a lot of games with the money and rigging the primaries for Hillary. And she didn't want any part of it. And so she's I wouldn't say she's estranged from from the democrat. She's too important to them to invaluable. But but she's she has some shifting loyalties here. I guess I don't think. If she has been banished, for example on the left. I'm it gets ever permanent. Yeah. It doesn't take much to get back in there. They're good grace. All this reminds me as a powerful influential member of the media, I often have access to foreign made television series before they hit Amazon prime or net flicks or BBC America. Or what have you? Such as the case with a series. I was made aware of and given access to earlier this week. It's a British and they gets BBC one. If I'm not mistaken, although that could be wrong, but it's it's a British network and the title a six episode one hour per episode mini series called press and is about two competing newspapers in the current era in this modern day. And it's amazing. How honest if is about what journalism is now this is not about contemporary events. There's nothing in this series about Donald Trump or Theresa May or anything current in either country. It is a modern era. Generic piece lowers the story lines are all fictional all made up. And it is about two competing newspapers. One of them's big one of them small one of them is very serious take themselves. Very seriously don't do tabloid. Anything? Don't focus on celebrities. The other one is nothing more than pure trash. And it's the one that wins. It's the one with the biggest building is the one with the more employees their reporters stars and so forth. But you know, what this does it's flat out amazing. How honest it is in terms of what people who do journalism think it's purposes. Destroying people? Both of these papers in this in this miniseries. End up targeting the same targets the same powerful people some of them in government, some of them out are some of them not. But it makes it clear that journalists think their job is to destroy people. Big people powerful people rich people there, obviously has to be something. They're doing that. Breaking the rule breaking. There has to be something. They're mistreating people. They are sexually abusing people. They are stealing from the public dole. They're doing something and the purpose of journalists. Call him out and and ruin them, which many many years ago. When I first began to encounter the media as a target. I was never I had a little taste of it. When I was in Sacramento there were a couple of reporters at that paper that that that that had me in their crosshairs. Simply it was it was liberal versus conservatism. But I mean, I I didn't really get a full dose of it until this program started. And I remember sitting talking to some people about it. They said you have to understand what journalism is I said, you mean the bias. Well, there's that. But that it's more than that. It's about ruining people. It's about targeting and destroying people. How do you think resumes rebuilt journalists and these little medium sized markets or small markets will target somebody? They've if they run a profile or or a a a piece on somebody that can be made to look accurate that nails them as guilty of this transgression or vet transgression, particularly against the little people in that reporter is going to get noticed. And that's how that's how that reporter climbs the ladder. If you go back to the early days of sixty minutes. It was all about that. And it remains so today, it's just it's it's evolved to adapt to the current climate, which the only person they want to destroy today. Now is Donald Trump and any Republican who gets in the way like Brad Kavanagh? It's all about destroying people think about this series is it makes no bones about it. I don't recognize the names of the writer or writers. I don't recognize the stars. I've never seen them before. I don't recognize the names of the producers, and I haven't taken the time to Google any of them. But I watched this. I've seen two episodes so far out of the six, and I catch myself my mouth is wide open. It's a gape a couple of times watching this thing at how brazenly honest, this is one of the editor the head honcho of the of the tabloid paper is one of the most despicable human beings. I've ever seen portrayed who is not set up as a criminal who's not established. He's he's just who he is. And he is totally on affected by life to him. Everybody's a bad guy. You just have to find out why his favorite his philosophy in life and the way he guides. His journalists is the world has no solutions. I'll stop what what if that were your world view of the world has no solutions, and he's telling you, it's not your job to fix things. It's not your job to feel bad about who you destroy. It's not your job to try to solve problems because the world is not about solutions. It's your job to sell this paper. It's your job. He one episode went to great lengths to show. How this this lease editor who has some kind of a secret relationship with the prime minister of the UK nano sexual there. They have some kind of a relationship not particularly like each other. But they know each other from way back before the series began and the editor arranges a cover story about a pedophile. And then puts a picture of the prime minister on the cover with his his picture only an inch away from the word paedophile yet. The is not. About the prime minister being a Peter follows. But somebody else the prime minister tickets live in an outrage calls the guy in in the editor says, you don't run me. You don't control me. And it was a mistake. I'm sorry. Well, then you issue. I'm not apologizing for anything. You don't like it live with it. I didn't wanna do the story in the first place. I didn't want to post you the pictures. The says you did. I mean, this guy has no empathy or feeling for anybody. He doesn't. It's just it's clear. It's perfect. It's the kind of personality you would have to be if your job is destroying people. No, conscience, the belief that everybody is flawed that everybody's a dirt bag. Everybody is a reprobate. And at some point their time to be called out is going to happen. Nobody's decent. Nobody's worth. It's amazing. How this the eyes of a journalist of an editor? Now, I imagine real journalists are going to look at this thing. Some of them are gonna marvel at it and think it's wonderful others are going to hate it. Because it's it exposes too much. People have never had encounters with reporters have never been targets. I don't know how they're going to react to it other than the entertained by it starts kind of slow, but it picks up speed. Many of the primary characters are women the competing editor of the clean paper. The above board. Paper is a woman who gets outsmarted and tricked into not publishing one day because she can't confirm the paedophile story while the other paper puts it on the cover having confirmed it because the editor at the other neighbor doesn't care whether it's true or not whether he calls the guy that was a paedophile just get it up there. Get it on the newsstands, whereas the female editor didn't have the guts, the run it. And so the paper didn't run I'm thinking, they obviously are not worried about the metoo movement here. Ever put this thing together. So the name of it is press. I have no idea. It's it's I think it it just completed airing because I've got all six of them. So I just competed completed its it's run cycle in the UK, which means it's going to be on net. Flicks. Amazon prime wherever it I don't know where it's going to be, but it won't be long. And if you remember me talking about it here, and if you watch these kinds of things, it's it's fast because it's not about politics not about current post. Not about Trump. It's not about conservatives liberals in the event. It's it's it's hit everybody. Everybody is a reprobate, including the people at the papers, the reporters, I I have to admit I was anyway, here's Donna Brazile. Now. I would I did not lose my place. She's Bill Hemmer today. And they're talking about the Blue Wave where she thinks we're headed and remember now, this is the woman it used to be one of the head honchos of the DNC at the democrat party who in her normal countenance would be out there. So yeah. Blue Wave Democrat's gonna win being. It's it's our time people are fed up. But that's not how she sounds twenty days is a long time in politics. I'm not breaking out the champagne, and I'm not trying to scramble my age before. I get my chickens. Right. We still have to improve turnout turnout turnout turnout. Democratic victory depends on turnout. Among millennials one of the five millennials voted in the last midterm. We. Also got a mixture that we get a paint wave before we can get a blue tie. We need these women to win their races. I'm confident but not overconfident. If you asked me today, what would I do differently in terms of Democrats, our target Latinos our target millennials? Okay. So what would she do differently? She's saying here. The Democrats are dropping the ball with Latinos. Why is she saying that well because she has the freedom to say it, she's not at the moment in the in the hierarchy of the apparatus. And it turns out Latinos are far more supportive of Trump and Republicans than anybody knew according to recent polling data, the Democrats are stunned at the number of Latinos that are signing on with Republicans and Trump the reason they're stunned is because they believe that all the Tino's should despise anybody who was anti illegal immigration or wants to build a wall, the millennial thing I think what that's about as voter turnout and she mentions in here. Everybody talks about the millennials and young people this and young people that it just it never ceases to be the case that on election day. They don't show up. They don't show up in. In the numbers. Everybody thinks they're going to show up in every cycle. This plays out every cycle. We're told the youth vote is fired up this time. Mr. Limbaugh, the youth vote. They're energetic. They're energized. They are motivated this is a new day. They can't wait. And then same old thing happens. They don't show up in the numbers that everybody expects them to. She is suggesting that that may be the case here the Democrats and fail to light a fire under the Latino thing bothered them. And what the Latino thing that actually stands for is immigration. She is I guarantee you like many other Democrats are stunned that immigration remains such a big positive winning issue for Trump and the Republicans, and it is it is the issue every Republican running for office eater incumbents or running for the first time needs to be focusing on this issue. There is no way. It can hurt them. They have to be on the right side about it. Let me take a brief timeout continue with this and put some mixed the remaining phone calls. We have on the roster up with all of this as we.

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"bbc america" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Show on FOX. And they'll be setting up shop here, and we're gonna do I think a pretty one interview tomorrow morning prior to this program that's going to air tomorrow night on FOX. I think it's most of the hour. I'm not sure depends on how it goes if I blow it maybe only a segment or two. But if I'm on and have a good day and get some decent questions, then it could go for the for the whole hour going gonna bring the commie bay makeup artist. Deborah from the old rush to the TV show. She's coming in my niece, Kristen is coming in. So it's going to be a festive atmosphere beginning quite early in the morning television. It takes them a long time to set up. But yes, so that'll that'll happen tomorrow. And I guess Sean Smith talking about this is why I'm getting the emails about it. But that's just to confirm it, ladies and gentlemen, there's much here to continue on with the themes established in the in the first hour, grab sound byte number twenty six I referenced this is Donna Brazile, she was on FOX today with Bill Hemmer. Now, normally Donna Brazile archipelago a chair over at CNN. But when it was discovered that she was. Funneling townhall questions to Hillary Clinton? In advance of a town hall telecast on CNN. I think they ended their relationship with her. And then she got her nose out of joint about something as she wrote a book acknowledging that the DNC was playing a lot of games with the money and Regan the primaries for Hillary, and she didn't want any part of it. And so she's I wouldn't say she's a strange from from the democrat. She's two. Important to them to invaluable. But but she's she has some shifting loyalties here. I guess I don't think if she has been banished, for example on the left gets ever permanent. Yeah. It doesn't take much to get back in there. They're good grace. Oh, you know what? This reminds me. As a powerful influential member of the media, I often have access to foreign made television series before they hit Amazon prime or net flicks or BBC America, or what have you? Such is the case with a series. I was made aware of and given access to earlier this week. It's a British and they gets BBC one. If I'm not mistaken, although that could be wrong, but it's it's a British network and the title. It's a six episode one hour per episode series called press and is about two competing newspapers in the current era in this modern day. And it's amazing. How honest if is about what journalism is now this is not about contemporary events. There's nothing in this series about Donald Trump or Theresa May or anything current in either country. It is a modern era. Generic piece lowers the story lines are all fictional all made up. And it is about two competing newspapers. One of them's big one of them's small one of them is very serious take themselves. Very seriously don't do tabloid. Anything? Don't focus on celebrities. The other one is nothing more than pure trash. And it's the one that wins. It's the one with the biggest building is the one with the more employees their reporters are stars and so forth. But you know, what this does it's flat out amazing. How honest it is in terms of what people who do journalism think it's purposes. Destroying people? Both of these papers in this in this miniseries. End up targeting the same targets the same powerful. People some of them in government some of them out. Are some of them not? But it makes it clear that journalists think their job is to destroy people. Big people powerful people rich people there, obviously has to be something. They're doing that. Breaking the rule breaking the rules. There has to be something. They're mistreating people. They are sexually abusing people. They are stealing from the public dole. They're doing something and the purpose of journalists dot call him out and and ruin them. Which many many years ago when I first began to encounter the media as a target. I was never I had a little taste of it. When I was in Sacramento there were a couple of reporters at that paper that that that that had me in their crosshairs. Simply it was it was liberal versus conservatism. But I mean, I I didn't really get a full dose of it until this program started. And I remember sitting talking to some people about it. They said you have to understand what journalism is I said, you mean the bias. Well, there's that. But it's it's more than that. It's about ruining people. It's about targeting and destroying people. How do you think resumes rebuilt journalists and is little medium sized markets or small markets will target somebody? If they run a profile or or a a piece on somebody that can be made the look accurate that nails them as guilty of this transgression or that transgression particularly against a little people in that reporter is going to get noticed. And that's how that's how that reporter climbs the ladder. If you go back to the early days of sixty minutes. It was all about that. And it remains so today, it's just it's it's evolved to adapt to the current climate, which the only person they want to destroy today. Now is Donald Trump and any Republican who gets in the way like Brad Kavanagh? It's all about destroying people to think about this series is it makes no bones about it. I don't recognize the names of the writer or writers. I don't recognize the stars. I've never seen them before. I don't recognize the names of the producers. And I haven't taken the time to Google any of them. But I watched this. I've seen to episodes so far out of the six. And I catch myself my mouth is wide open. It's agape a couple times watching this thing at how brazenly honest. This is one of the the editor the head honcho of the of the tabloid paper is one of the most despicable human beings. I've ever seen portrayed. Who is not set up as a criminal who's not established? He's he's just who he is. And he is totally on affected by life to him. Everybody's a bad guy. You just have to find out why his favorite his philosophy in life. And the way he guides. His journalists is the world has no solutions. I'll stop what what if that were your world view of the world has no solutions. And he's telling you, it's not your job to fix things. It's not your job to feel bad about who you destroy. It's not your job to try to solve problems because the world is not about solutions. It's your job to sell this paper. It's your job. He one episode. Went to great lengths to show. How this this? Sleaze editor who has some kind of a secret relationship with the prime minister of the UK nano sexual there. They have some kind of a relationship not particularly like each other. But they owe each other from way back before the series began. And the editor. Arranges a cover story about a pedophile. And then puts a picture of the prime minister on the cover with his his picture only an inch away from the word paedophile. Yet. The story is not about the prime minister being pedophiles. But somebody else the prime minister tickets live in an outrage calls the guy in in the editor says, you don't run me. You don't control me. And it was a mistake. I I'm sorry. Well, then you issue I'm not apologizing for anything. You don't like it live with it. I didn't want to do the story in the first place. I didn't want to post you the pictures. The says you did. I mean, this guy has no empathy or feeling for anybody. He doesn't. It's just it's clear. It's perfect. It's the kind of personality you would have to be if your job is destroying people. No conscience. The belief that everybody is flawed that everybody's a dirtbag that everybody is a reprobate. And at some point their time to be called out is going to happen. Nobody's decent. Nobody's working. It's amazing how the eyes of a journalist of an editor. Now, I imagine real journalists are going to look at this thing. Some of them are going to marvel at it and think it's wonderful others are going gonna hate it. Because it's. It exposes too much. People have never had encounters with reporters have never been targets. I don't know how they're going to react to it other than the entertained by it starts kind of slow, but it picks up speed. Many of the primary characters are women. The competing editor of the clean paper. The above board. Paper is a woman who gets outsmarted and tricked into not publishing one day because she can't confirm the paedophile story while the other paper puts it on the cover having confirmed it because the editor at the other hybrid doesn't care whether it's true or not whether he calls a got as a paedophile just get it up there get it on the newsstands or as the female editor didn't have the guts to run it. And so the paper didn't run I'm thinking, they obviously are not worried about the metoo movement here ever put this thing together. So the name of it is press. I have no idea. It's it's I think it it just completed airing because I've got all six of them. So just competed completed its it's run cycle in the UK, which means it's going to be on net. Flicks. Amazon prime wherever I don't know where it's going to be, but it won't be long. And if you remember me talking about it here, and if you watch these kinds of things it's fast because it's not about politics not about current. It's not about Trump. It's not about conservatives. Liberals any of that. It's it's it's hit everybody. Everybody is a reprobate, including the people at the papers. The reporters. I have to admit I was. Anyway, here's Donna Brazile. Now. I would I did not lose my place. She's home with Bill hammer today, and they're talking about the Blue Wave where she thinks we're headed and remember now, this is the woman it used to be one of the head honchos of the DNC the democrat party who in her normal countenance would be out there. So yeah. Blue Wave Democrat's gonna win being. It's it's our time people are fed up. But that's not how she sounds twenty days is a long time in politics. I'm not breaking out the champagne, and I'm not trying to scramble my eggs before. I get my chickens. Right. We still have to improve turnout turnout turnout turnout. Democratic victory depends on turnout among millennials one out of five millennials voted in the last midterm. We also got to make sure that we get a pink wave before we can get a blue taht. We need these women to win their rings is I'm confident, but not overconfident if you asked me today, what would I do differently? In terms of Democrats. I would target Latinos. Would target millennials. Okay. So what would she do differently? She's saying here. The Democrats are dropping the ball with Latinos. Why is she saying that well because she has the freedom to say it, she's not at the moment in the in the hierarchy of the apparatus. And it turns out Latinos are far more supportive of Trump and Republicans than anybody knew according to recent polling data, the Democrats are stunned at the number of Latinos that are signing on with Republicans and Trump the reason they're stunned is because they believe that all the Tino's should despise anybody who is anti illegal immigration or wants to build a wall, the millennial thing I think what that's about as voter turnout. And she mentioned in here. Everybody talks about the millennials and young people this and young people that it just it never ceases to be the case that on election day. They don't show up. They don't show up in. In the numbers. Everybody thinks they're going to show up in every cycle. This plays out every cycle. We're told the youth voters fired up this time, Mr. Limbaugh, the youth vote, they're energetic. They're energized. They are motivated this is a new day. They can't wait. And then same old thing happens. They don't show up in the numbers that everybody expects them to she's suggesting that that may be the case here the Democrats and fail to light a fire under the Latino thing bothered them. And what the Latino thing what that actually stands for is immigration. She is I guarantee you like many the Democrats are stunned that immigration remains such a big positive winning issue for Trump and Republicans, and it is it is the issue every Republican running for office eater incumbents or running for the first time needs to be focusing on this issue. There is no way. It can hurt them. They have to be on the right side about it. Let me take a brief timeout continue with this and put some mixed the remaining phone calls. We have on the roster up with all of this as we can always at work and the IB never closes fifteen hours a week here. What is there not said it turns out a lot? And the Limbaugh letter is a repository for three hours is just not enough. Get the Limbaugh letter available in print and digital editions. Subscribe now at Rush Limbaugh dot com. You're listening.

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"bbc america" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

15:54 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Elrushbo eibnet dot US. Getting some emails asking me about TV. Yes. Sean Hannity is bringing his cruel here. Flying down tonight after finishes his is nine PM show on FOX. And they'll be setting up shop here, and we're going to do I think a pretty one interview tomorrow morning prior to this program that's going to air tomorrow night on FOX. I think it's most of the hour. I'm not sure depends on how it goes if I blow it maybe only a segment or two. But if I'm on and have a good day and get some decent questions, and it could go for the for the whole hour Shawn's going to bring the commie bay makeup artist. Deborah from the old rush to the TV show. She's coming in my niece, Kristen is coming in. So it's going to be a festive atmosphere beginning quite early in the morning. Television. It takes a long time to set up. But yes, so that'll that'll happen tomorrow. And I guess Shawna talking about this is why I'm getting the emails about it. But that's just to confirm it, ladies and gentlemen, there's much here to continue on with the themes established in the in the first hour, grab sound byte number twenty six I referenced this is not a Brazil. She was on FOX today with Bill Hemmer. Now, normally Donna Brazile archipelagos a chair over at CNN. But when it was discovered that she was. Funneling townhall questions to Hillary Clinton? In advance of a town hall telecast on CNN. I think they ended their relationship with her. And then she got her nose out of joint about something as she wrote a book acknowledging that the DNC was played a lot of games with the money and rigging the primaries for Hillary, and she didn't want any part of it. And so she's I wouldn't say she's a strange from from the Democrats. She's two. Important to them to invaluable. But but she's she has some shifting loyalties here. I guess I don't think if she has been banished, for example on the left I'm against ever permanent. It doesn't take much to get back in there. They're good grace, all what this reminds me as a powerful influential member of the media, I often have access to foreign made television series before they hit Amazon prime or net flicks or BBC America. Or what have you? Such is the case with a series. I was made aware of and given access to earlier this week. It's a British and they gets BBC one. If I'm not mistaken, although that could be wrong, but it's it's a British network and the title. It's a six episode one hour per episode mini series called press and is about two competing newspapers in the current era in this modern day. And it's amazing. How honest if is about what journalism is now this is not about contemporary events. There's nothing in this series about Donald Trump or Theresa May or anything current in either country. It is a modern era generic piece in other words, the story lines are all fictional all made up. And it is about two competing newspapers. One of them's big one of them small one of them is very serious take themselves. Very seriously don't do tabloid. Anything? Don't focus on celebrities. The other one is nothing more than fewer trash, and it's the one that wins. It's the one with the biggest building is the one with the more employees their reporters stars and so forth. But you know, what this does it's flat out amazing. How honest it is in terms of what people who do journalism think it's purposes. Destroying people? Both of these papers in this in this miniseries. End up targeting the same targets the same powerful. People some of them in government some of them out. Are some of them not? But it makes it clear that journalists think their job is to destroy people. Big people powerful people rich people there, obviously has to be something. They're doing that. Breaking the rule breaking the rules. There has to be something. They're mistreating people. They are sexually abusing people. They are stealing from the public dole. They're doing something and the purpose of journalists dot call him out and and ruin them. Which many many years ago? When I first began to encounter the media as a target. I was never I had a little taste of it. When I was in Sacramento there were a couple of reporters at that paper that that that that had me in their crosshairs. Simply it was it was liberal versus conservatism. But I mean, I I didn't really get a full go it until this program started. And I remember sitting talking to some people about it. And they said you have to understand what journalism is I said, you mean the bias. Well, there's that. But it's more than that. It's about ruining people. It's about targeting and destroying people. How do you think resumes rebuilt journalists and these little medium sized markets or small markets will target somebody? If they run a profile or or a piece on somebody that can be made to look accurate that nails them as guilty of this transgression or that transgression particularly against a little people in that reporter is going to get noticed. And that's how that's how that reporter climbs the ladder. If you go back to the early days of sixty minutes. It was all about that. And it remains so today, it's just it's it's evolved to adapt to the current climate, which the only person they wanted destroy today. Now is Donald Trump and any Republican who gets in the way like Kevin on? It's all about destroying people to think about this series is it makes no bones about it. I don't recognize the names of the writer or writers. I don't recognize the stars. I've never seen them anything before. I don't recognize the names of the producers. Am I haven't taken the time to Google any of them? But I watch this. I've seen two episodes. So far out of the six. And I catch myself my mouth is wide open. It's a gape a couple of times watching this thing at how brazenly honest. This is one of the editor the head honcho of the of the tabloid paper is one of the most despicable human beings. I've ever seen portrayed. Who is not set up as a criminal who's not established? He's he's just who he is. And he is totally on affected by life to him. Everybody's a bad guy. You just have to find out why his favorite his philosophy in life. And the way he guides. His journalists is the world has no solutions. I'll stop what what if that were your world. The world has no solutions. And he's telling it's not your job to fix things. It's not your job to feel bad about who you destroy. It's not your job to try to solve problems because the world is not about solutions. It's your job to sell this paper. It's your job. He one episode. Went to great lengths to show. How this this? Sleaze editor who has some kind of a secret relationship with the prime minister of the UK nano, let's sexual there that they have some kind of a relationship they not pretending like each other. But they owe each other from way back before the series began. And the editor. Arranges a cover story about a pedophile. And then puts a picture of the prime minister on the cover with his his picture only an inch away from the word paedophile. Yet. The story is not about the prime minister being a Peter follows. But somebody else the prime minister tickets to live in an outrage calls the guy in in the editor says, you don't run me. You don't control me. And it was a mistake. I'm sorry. Well, then you issue an I'm not apologizing for anything. You don't like it live with it. I didn't wanna do the story in the first place. I didn't wanna post the pictures. The editor says you did. I mean, this guy has no empathy or feeling for anybody. He doesn't. It's just it's it's perfect. It's the kind of personality you would have to be if your job is destroying people. No conscience. The belief that everybody is flawed that everybody's a dirtbag that everybody is a reprobate. And at some point their time to be called out is gonna happen. Nobody's decent. Nobody's working. It's amazing how the eyes of a journalist of an editor. Now, I imagine real journalists are going to look at this thing. Some of them are going to marvel at it and think it's wonderful others are going to hate it. Because it's. It exposes too much. People have never had encounters with reporters have never been targets. I don't know how they're going to react to it. Other than the entertainment by it starts kind of slow, but it picks up speed. Many of the primary characters are women. The competing editor of the clean paper. The above board. Paper is a woman who gets outsmarted and tricked into not publishing one day because she can't confirm the paedophile story while the other paper puts it on the cover having confirmed it because the editor at the other Hebron doesn't care whether it's true or not whether he calls a guy as a paedophile just get it up there get it on the newsstands or as the female editor didn't have the guts to run it. And so the paper didn't run I'm thinking, they obviously are not worried about the metoo movement here ever put this thing together. So the name of it is press. I have no idea. It's it's I think it it just completed airing because I've got all six of them. So I just competed completed its it's run cycle in the UK, which means it's going to be on net. Flicks. Amazon prime wherever I don't know where it's going to be, but it won't be long. And if you remember me talking about it here. And if you watch these kinds of things, it's it's fast because it's not about politics. Not about current does not about Trump. It's not about conservatives. Liberals any of that. It's it's it's back hit everybody. Everybody is a reprobate, including the people at the papers. The reporters. I have to admit I was anyway, here's Donna Brazile. Now. I would I did not lose my place. She's Bill hammer today, and they're talking about the Blue Wave where she thinks we're headed and remember now, this is the woman it used to be one of the head honchos of the DNC at a democrat party who in her normal countenance would be out there. So yeah. Blue Wave Democrat's gonna win being. It's it's our time people are fed up. But that's not how she sounds twenty days is a long time in politics. I'm breaking out the champagne, and I'm not trying to scramble my age before. I get my chickens. Right. We still have to improve turnout turnout turnout turnout. Democratic victory depends on turnout among Molyneaux one out of five millennials voted in the last midterm. We also got to make sure that we get a paint way before we can get a blue tie. We need these women to win. Their ring says, I'm confident, but not overconfident if you. You asked me today. What would I do differently? In terms of Democrats. I would target Latinos our target millennials. Okay. So what would she do differently? She's saying here. The Democrats are dropping the ball with Latinos. Why is she saying that well because she has the freedom to say, she's not at the moment in the in the hierarchy of the apparatus, and it turns out Latinos are far more supportive of Trump and Republicans than anybody knew according to recent polling data, the Democrats are stunned at the number of Latinos that are signing on with Republicans and Trump the reason they're stunned is because they believe that all Tino's should despise anybody who is anti illegal immigration or wants to build a wall, the millennial thing I think what that's about as voter turnout. And she mentioned sit here everybody talks about the millennials and young people this and young people that it just it never ceases to be the case that on election day. They don't show up. They don't show up in. In the numbers. Everybody thinks they're going to show up in every cycle. This plays out every cycle. We're told the youth vote is fired up this time. Mr. Limbaugh, the youth vote. They're energetic. They're energized. They are motivated this is a new day. They can't wait. And the same old thing happens. They don't show up in the numbers that everybody expects them to. She is suggesting that that may be the case here the Democrats and fail to light a fire under the Latino thing bothered them. And what the Latino thing what that actually stands for is immigration. She is I guarantee you like many other Democrats are stunned that immigration remains such a big positive winning issue for Trump and Republicans. And it is it is the issue every Republican running for office eater incumbent or running for the first time needs to be focusing on this issue. There is no way. It can hurt them. They have to be on the right side about it. Let me take a brief timeout continue with this and put some mixed the remaining phone calls. We have on the roster up with all of this as we can always at work and the never closes fifteen hours a week here. What is there not said it turns out a lot? And the Limbaugh letter is a repository for three hours is just not enough. Get the Limbaugh letter available in print and digital editions. Subscribe now at Rush Limbaugh dot com. You're listening to the network..

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"bbc america" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"They don't make as many shows. They get their money from cable operators who pay them fee for every subscriber they get. So as long as cable companies and capable fighters spectrum or or or a Comcast continue to pay them, that's where they make their money from. And so the expectations are that you don't have to well, the BBC America's not gonna make as much money as CBS makes on a good day, but they can do okay. And what they need is they just need enough shows sort of get cable operators, pay the same or more which is where these days for the content that they provide. So it works because they know they can only reach many people. They don't have to marketing budgets, the big broadcast networks. So for them, it's all relative to what their average is. Right. So appealing eve, outperforms? What BBC America normally does by actor. I don't know twenty sometimes if it's just regular reruns of stuff. So that's that's why matters. Yeah. And one of the other things I often sort of marvel about is like we look at a network like FX fax has so many great shows like they just had the Americans on them. It lands. Oh, they have a number of TV critics love to talk about, but the apparatus they built to do that was largely paid for by two and a half. Memory runs switch back in two thousand or ubiquitous and like aired so many times they made quite a bit of money off those, and then they can sort of plow that back into their original programming which is now, you know, hugely invested in movies deals, which also did well and Buffy in back in the day Buffy and also investing money. That's part of it. Yeah, he was the owner. He's the owner for a few more days where weeks and cable was was built on the back of broadcast TV, which always got broadcast very upset, right? We so you know, because you know they would talk about all these great cable hits critics loving and giving them Emmys too. But the relative audience was still small compared to the those two and a half men reruns. So yeah. To what degree do you think that's true streaming? Because you look at hers is like Hulu in them, and they have huge libraries of stuff that aired on traditional TV. There's no doubt. That network reruns were the gateway drug to people for streaming in why we went to streaming. Hulu was launched on the back of next day. Reruns still exists largely as a delivery system for next reruns of broadcast shows. Even though they make a whole bunch of noise about Handmaid's tale, which is important. But you know, it also goes back to the model that HBO was launched on HBO in the seventies was launched as Home Box Office. It was built on old TV shows but not old, but you know, movies aired a year or two ago, and that was and still remains a big part of the appeal. HBO realize if we want to grow our base, if we want to keep people interested, especially as movie started coming on DVD or video cassette. And then DVD they said we need original programming. And so even the HBO kept as part of their mix. Blockbusters Showtime got rid of them and they fled the money into programming for them. It's about content that can in the long term, get people to feel I have to subscribe to this that it's not enough. So I feel like there is probably going to be one day sir. That mostly caters to just want reruns and they'll be separate fee. It'll be sort of like the Nick at Nite of streaming. I hope this will be the case because I want to subscribe to the service. It's at this point. Yes, it may be true network. People still tell you, but more people watch this. Well, shore there more episodes of friends. You know, there are two hundred thirty of them and the most successful show in Netflix has maybe fifty or sixty. I think there's any black I guarantee that's why people are subscribing. Netflix says in care about shows just because they do care about the number of people watching shows, but they care about the overall why they subscribe how long they keep watching the, he returning having a mix of program to different audiences. And so those network reruns are still a part of their mix, but they're not essential as I once more..

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"bbc america" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"We're at the improv. The next show is Thursday, so get tickets if you're in LA. All right. Let's start the show. She is the political director of the national domestic workers alliance and leader of the families belong together coalition. Please welcome. Just Morales recap out. Jess. How you doing good, really excited to be here excited to have you. She is a comedian and actress who regularly performs at UC being can currently be seen in the hit series Barry on HBO and killing Yvonne. BBC America. Please. Welcome. Kirby Howell Batiste. I thank you for being here. UC and I said, wow, she is very qualified. I am not. I think that's ridiculous. Starting. Be your own booster. Right? I am. I'm hiding on funny. So we'll we'll like tag team. Oh my God. If we will only won't pass them. All right. Get a room. All right. Here we go. She is the co host of the internet's premier feminists Star Trek podcast treks and the city on which I was a guest and will be headlining the DC comedy loft, August thirty first ten. I please welcome back to the show. Alice wetland. You have an English accent, so you're always.

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"bbc america" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's kind of, you know kind of a big deal I. Guess he, there's a show on. BBC is it on BBC America or BBC. Tonight I can't remember which one it's on I. Have, both and now I've got to get around that and yes tonight on BBC one so maybe, we don't have this here yet we've got a new show called. Animals, behaving badly now the only thing that would have. Made this better is if Richard Attenborough or or David Attenborough who's doing. The voice over on it because it's all about animals Acting terrible ways in order to get laid at. Least, this episode is and I had no idea that prairie dogs let me tell you something prairie, dogs get around there are only fertile for six hours a year And in, that six hours a female prairie dog might hook up with six different. Males and then out prairie dog puppies from different. Males in the same litter I find that remarkable And a little creepy And the saddest the saddest. Of the whole thing the peacock and I don't even know now that I started. To mention the peacock I don't even know if I could really tell the story on the air, without somehow creating well let's just say this Let me think of how to do this we're real quick with as many euphemisms as I. Can, when a male peacock Completes, his task when he's breeding that's see that's. Diplomatic right there when when the mail he emits a rather loud strangled squawk I mean he hasn't heard. That right. Anyway so the the. Weaker males that are, not necessarily engaged in the task yet They will fake. That squawk so other females will come around and well who, is this young, buck over here that I have not seen so they fake. It in, order did this is the exam. The perfect living breathing example of fake it till you make it right there But they they actually. Cry out like that and and that's how they do that but it's really a terrible and they have. Of course the female praying praying mantis which is the one that eats her mate afterwards and here's the odd thing I didn't know this? Aiding the mail after now in here's another thing is you, may think this, might be the way to go a forty hour meeting session Forty hours After that you may just be praying, for death You know we'll, take care of that so she, kills the mail and then she eats the mail edit increases the quality of the eggs and. The number, she produces by up to forty percent I, mean I've heard of guys dying to get laid but not like that Just throwing out there Did you know? That. Peacock's vacant. Susan no oh yes it's true. With. All, their colors Yup oh the colors are real but the I know loud squawk is. Not, to say that yeah three zero three seven one three. Eighty five eighty five do you want to? Weigh in. On this I got I. Got one last meal Two. Two more milk calls lamb really. Glad. That, new story just sparked, the milk yeah it happens every time these people are obsessed. Absolutely, you know I am wondering because it did say the. FDA said it has to come from a? Cow and. Dave brought up milk Yep Camel dairy somewhere in Colorado so camel milk is a thing is. Good because camels are. Very stinky gross animals well Menes, bit you will their milk, maybe I'll pass on that sheep's milk anyway what's coming up in the news. Moscow, not too happy about the re the arrest. Of. The Russian, woman accused of spying here in the United States you rolling your eyes the whole thing is I were were they for. Me It's an eye rolling day check it out. At three thirty on. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and, ninety four one FM Kids running errands you're always. On the go to work. Suggestion or running errands luckily getting the news is now voice activated Alexa play KOA on iheartradio Okay ladies this is.

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"bbc america" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on WGN Radio

"More shows and more people could get nominated that's what it seems like how about comedy what are you what are you look in africa comedy atlanta atlanta atlanta's the best show on television nothing comes close it's the best show on television and sometimes it's not funny but it falls under the comedy category and donald glover is revolutionizing television and it is without question the best show on tv and i hope it garners like every nomination in every single category the second season of atlanta was even better than the first the first season of atlanta is one of the best seasons on television i've ever seen in my life so atlanta is the one that i really love that show that's that's one of our favorite leaky stanfield and that show is just amazing and i have a question about marc maron in the show glow glow which i'm watching now he is really really turning it on i wonder if this could be his year well you know what i hope he gets nominated i don't know if he will the competition in the supporting actor comedy category is pretty big but i have no doubt in my mind that allison breed is gonna get nominated in best actress for comedy i have no doubt in my mind and again the second season of glow even better than the first season along are you have you watched it i've got to like maybe six episodes in i'm at the point yeah i don't wanna give it away but yeah when you when you get to episode aids prepare yourself good good to know that's next thing justin where you you're savoring those last two because i know when we've been stuff at home we almost don't mind watch the we don't want it to be over so we don't want to get to the it's a little annoying in the sense because i wanna keep going by my wife is like wait let's wait till next thursday when like no no no no no yeah that shows really great okay so overall do you think there'll be any shows that are surprises that that won't make the list that should i don't know about won't make the list but i i think this amazing show that was on bbc america killing eve which was extraordinarily sandra l was the lead in it and it was crazy in weird and out of control and i got a feeling that it's going to sneak in there and and and people are going to be surprised and like what the hell is this show and it's gonna end up with some nominations i think sandro in fact is going to get nominated for best actress in a drama you go in for those people wondering what your parents review was they didn't see a movie this week you said they weren't feeling well i was no i wasn't feeling i i was on my birthday which is really always a pleasure that's the first well the next film club screening coming up i want to hold your hand is part of the meccas fest set the anc rosemont eighteen on august seventh he looking forward to that of course it's a first movie the first movie ever directed and it is a it's a great one it's about a bunch of teenagers who try to take into the hotel where the beatles are staying on the night they played sullivan show for the first time so great it's a great movie nick gilio can be found on wgn radio of course one to five every night and you can see his film clubs screening i wanna hold your hand is part of the meccas fast at the amc rosemont eighteen on august seventh nick thanks join us all right buddy right there you go that's great nominations coming out i glow is a great show it's the one that i'm binging right now so that that that is and i wholeheartedly cosign wouldn't accent about atlanta i think atlanta has just groundbreaking television they're doing great things on that show i'm still enjoying i what's the one he said gives too many nominees family we still and since funny it's a funny show all right much more to do here on the cochran show i'm justin kauffman in for steve coming up we're going to talk a peter alexander about the nato summit what's next for meetings both in britain and russia with president trump but first let's get an update on.

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"bbc america" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on Here & Now

"The bbc america's killing eve sandra oh is initially place an intelligence analyst she is obsessed with a flamboyant assassin who's played by jodie comber why are you so hot on this one well you know what's valuable in television these days especially to me is stories that are by folks who have been marginalized and featuring their story so this is a story about women created by a woman phoebe waller bridge and it's about these two women who are sort of obsessed with each other and don't yet quite understand why and it's a cat and mouse game between the two of them and it's very well done in its vertically shays about espionage story so i just love this ship okay again that's called killing eve from bbc america let's go from one of really offbeat show about a killer to another offbeat show about a killer hbo's barry caught your attention i wonder if you have a soft spot for murder so yeah what does that say about me or maybe something about time that we live in but yeah this is a very dark comedy starring bill hater who used to be on saturday night live and what's wonderful about this show is that it number one it gives hater a chance to stretch bit he's playing killer who's feeling increasingly dissatisfied with his life and when he tracks one of his targets into acting class he feels like he's he's found his calling in life it gets progressively darker as the show goes on it's very well done and i expect it's going to get a lot of attention when emmy nominations are announced that barry from hbo there's also showtimes the shy which is a drama created by the emmy award winning lena waif and the events in the show are set in motion by the shooting of a young boy in chicago south side but it also tells personal everyday stories about people who are in the neighborhood how does it balance all these stories well this the shy is really interesting because we've seen of course a lot of news coverage about how violent the south side chicago can be and i i grew up actually gary which is right next to chicago and indiana and so i'm very familiar with the neighborhoods depicted in the show now i have to admit that when the chauffeur's came out in january i gave it a lukewarm review because i was able to see about three episodes of it but when i saw the full extent of the season's episodes i came away convinced that this is a great show and and it really does a great job of humanizing characters that we normally see stereotypes or don't even see at all when we have these conversations about violence and poverty in america okay once again that's a showtimes the shy i know you wanna highlight stars vida as well in the short time we have left what can you tell us about what's important about this show to show about two sisters who are latina who come back to their own neighborhood after their mother dies and there's not a lot of hispanic representation on television so this is a show the now only features almost entirely hispanic cast but it was created by and written by hispanics as well this is a wonderful little series of people should go back and check it out if they get a chance obviously all that time you spend indoors with a with snacks by your side and the air conditioner on or are wellspent thank you npr's eric jansen deep doing it for you we appreciate it thanks america's next tracks superstar is aquaria that sound from rules drag race which just wrapped up its tenth season on vh one crowning the twenty two year old new york city drag queen aquaria this time the show let's drag queens compete for that crown and has been called the most radical show on tv last year we talked with the winner sasha's steinberg aka sasha velour who is a very different kind of drag queen well i think some people might describe it as being terribly serious the truth is i do take drag really seriously and i think that there's kind of a.

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"bbc america" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on Here & Now

"I don't know there's so much to choose from right so all the major networks are going to be covering it live we've already seen if you watch morning television you've seen people that code a copy and gayle king from cbs and nbc already there in and then they're going to be joined by more people later as you said their coverage is going to start at like four or five am we're going to see streaming you know people are going to have it online bbc america is going to cover it live if you want the british flavor but my favorite coverage is going to come from willful and molly shannon playing court and tisch seven thirty am on hbo they're going to play these fake commentators who are they they covered the rose parade to and so now you you'll get to see even start don acc parody coverage from welfare all and molly shannon if you don't wanna watch this serious stuff that's what i'm going to watch eric dagens npr tv critic thank you thank you house lawmakers today rejected an eight hundred sixty seven billion dollar farm bill that would have tightened work requirements on food stamp recipients and overhauled federal agriculture policy members of the conservative house freedom caucus derailed the vote by holding out for an agreement on immigration let's bring it allie vel she co host though sheehan rule on msnbc hi allie hey there so congress passes a farm bill roughly every five years typically with broad bipartisan support what happened this time well it's because it's a broad bill it gets broad bipartisan sport normally the problem here is that there are such divisions within the republican party and their about thirty republicans conservative republicans who wanted some assurances on how the immigration discussion was going to go they didn't get what they wanted so they voted against this bill to to kill it at the last minute well let's talk about one of the controversial provisions here this bill would have made a major changes to the supplemental nutrition.

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"bbc america" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Eight o'clock ten o'clock only twenty five dollars a ticket it's sold out three months in advance yet so they added another night on monday two days after you could've seen it on television for free they had a two more nights sold that out they made fourteen million dollars in two days and bbc america had the highest ratings they ever had so clearly it didn't hurt the ratings on television and it certainly didn't hurt the box office because they were completely sold out so i don't know if this is true of every movie but i think that for the most part people who want to watch something at home prefer that and people who still love the theatrical experience will go if they'll go at all i think also like the communal experience of it being out of their house that look this is not a full house but you guys had some phenomenal reactions during the movie but what was interesting about the reactions and what i think makes it fun to do this together wasn't when you went out it was when you laugh at yourself going and then you laughed at the person actually and then suddenly there was this whole giggle after the scare and that's this communal experience that happens here you yes i think you will enjoy this movie on netflix but you won't get that and i think that creates the urgency and right now in less there's some kind of urgency there's no reason to go to theater and so i don't think all movies can collapse windows i don't think all movies are meant to be the anymore i mean it's we live in a different time but if if you're movie can have something that's unique in a theater then i think it's worthy of being a theater i hope it works out for you and i and i'm glad that that we're able to be a part of your campaign if you're a bug yesler and you have not seen this movie press pause and go see the damn movie and then comeback because we're now getting into our spoiler section you have been warned i'll start easy exposition is a tough thing to right it's a tough thing to direct and in a movie like this it becomes not key because because because really most of your exposition was not about there was not a.

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"bbc america" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Oh wow how are you watching our you watching killing eve i just threw sling tv right now so i have you seen erica there and if you have cable around manned or else you can access bbc america you can you can get hold his show very cool i noticed that on your list here is also wrong which i'm assuming is because it was wrestlemainia weekend and you wanted to watch the new upset rob because after wrestlemanias always big upset awry you're so excited all falls out totally retaining the title and everything you were super is i feel like jeff you you probably want to talk about wrestlemainia at some point yeah so you tweeting episode about this but no i'm talking about the juliette dicker no horror film i this came out when two years ago twenty sixteen i just got around to watching it i just wanna see this movie is frigging masterpiece right i love this movie for me i think this is one a i guess i kind of way or movies against each other and the descent is one of my favorite and i think this is like right up there this is like the sallow al great horror and if you don't know because it's been a netflix forever but it's about a young vegetarian girl who goes to veterinarian school and issue she's she's not a vegetarian for much longer and you know it's a it's a crazy film it goes places you wouldn't expect it's gorey's all hell's really messed up but i think there's a real center on her character and also of sisterhood because a lot of the movies about her relationship with her sister and kind of how they can bond together so i found that all just super compelling just stylish so well done and you know this this actress garrett's mariuccia i believe and you know she is just she's just amazing so love everything about this movie trying to watch a bit too tough to recommend because like you have to be like don't don't eat anything while you're watching just go before after going on an empty stomach and be prepared for inexperience.

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"bbc america" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bbc america" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"So we we talked about the the on his trailer for star trek nextgen couple of weeks ago yep i am sitting here i now have you know i got hulu with tv so get bbc america and the other day i flipped it on because they played nextgen all day and i turned it on in it was one of my all time favorite terrible episodes it was the one where beverley was bang and the space coast god that's a horrible episode tend to get says it's funny because well when my ex and i used to drive down beverley boulevard to go to the beverley center every time we would pull it and we just go back it was so stupid such a terrible episode but even that was better than discovery okay spoilers over i remember my old podcast doesn't have legs you coming back we're starting back up this week we're going to do colours okay and then i've yet men mike are back in the saddle this week and after that i've got a couple of guest episodes lined up because mike schedules so crazy so chris pacciani is going to be coming on from grime life and under the noise um i think we're going to do kids maybe that's an excellent up and zeus from under the noise is going to come on and do an episode so he's still picking his movie but i am i changed podcast hosts for that show because i needed a showed a test because i'm testing out of their podcasting host providers right see to episodes ago and i found simple cast which is a great simple podcasting host narra and i move the does it have leg site over there so if you go to doesn't have legs dot com you can subscribe and check out the old episodes got forty of them up there.

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