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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And a half $1 million I'm Sarah Bartlett Saturday Night Live is returning tomorrow evening The program took a break after lizzo hosted and performed on April 16th the series will begin wrapping up its 47th season tomorrow with actor Benedict Cumberbatch as host and Canadian rock band arcade fire as the musical guest I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet At Bloomberg world headquarters a down Friday at jobs Friday and another losing week for the Dow down 6 weeks in a row the S&P and NASDAQ are both down 5 weeks in a row Patrick Armstrong is with wealth He says stock markets are not far away from a bottom I think we're pretty close to sort of PEEP fear here We've got inflation running at 8 and a half percent and we've got an inflation report next week which I think is going to show a fairly sharp deceleration in inflation and markets already expecting interest rates to go all the way up to three and a half percent which is very very aggressive Patrick Armstrong of today the jobs report front and center with hiring advancing at a robust pace in April non farm payrolls up 428,000 last month Joni Bailey is chief workforce analyst at employ bridge It was a strong report better than expected and it's great to see that we're still having job creation Joni Bailey of employ bridge The extreme competition for workers has driven up wages at a rapid pace in recent months Jeff Rosenberg is senior portfolio manager at BlackRock financial management The story remains the same very strong labor market on certainty as to whether or not we're going to see the pressure come off on wages Jeff Rosenberg of BlackRock After earnings Under Armour down 25.9% today Zillow plunged 4.35% The S&P dropped 23 points ending the week at 41 23 down 6 tenths of 1% down Jones Industrial average down 98 points down three tenths of 1% NASDAQ down another 173 down by 1.4% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg Bloomberg wealth is brought to you by Bank of America For insights so impressive you can't stop getting smarter visit Bank of America dot com slash smarter What would you like the power to do Bank of America NA member FDIC.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on WTOP

"Even the pieces that didn't seem to fit together eventually did come together And I think now with the marvel films it's a more scattershot approach And I think that actually you can feel it in this new film Of course Benedict Cumberbatch is back as Doctor Strange One of the best casting choices of all the Marvel Cinematic Universe to say a lot about the story immediately gets into spoiler territory but just know there is a multiverse angle here different dimensions characters coming and going You'll see the scarlet witch played by Elizabeth Olsen again And some interesting cameos that I think for comic book fans they will cheer without reservation And again no spoilers here But as good of the individual elements are it felt exhausting to me And I think it's the kind of movie where there's a lot of action and adventure but it never lets up And it never lets up in a way that feels repetitive after a while So you know maybe it's the fact that you're watching guy wave his hands around and seeing sparks fly out of them Maybe there's only so much you can do with that is as good an actor as cumberbatch is but this one didn't feel as fresh as the original Doctor Strange And it just kind of gets a sense that the Marvel Cinematic Universe maybe needs to take a knee at this point I love Shang-Chi but the recent films have not kept up with the level of excellence that this franchise is known for and I don't know I don't know if it's the fault of the film but just an overall weariness but as much as I enjoy the first wave of MCU films the second wave lately just doesn't feel as compelling Something that I thought about just in the past few seconds as you were describing the difficulties that the franchise may be going through is as fans we still almost feel compelled to see them If only because there are all kinds of pieces that fit together and let's say we skipped this Doctor Strange then maybe when another one comes along and it's a little better we may not have information that we need that was fed to us by the Doctor Strange movie Not only that but the marvel TV shows on Disney+ as well That's a great point If you're not up to speed on all of the shenanigans in this franchise all the offshoots you will be lost Now you can basically follow the thrust of the story You'll kind of get from a to B to C but you're right You really have to do your homework and to marvel's credit most audiences are more than willing to do that even when the fair is less than excellent But you do need to kind of be up on your marvel characters subplots developments the comic book series the films the TV shows do.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:05 min | 9 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Up close and personal. There's no pads or helmets for protection. It's just you and these other guys out there trying to get the ball into the hoop. The beautiful thing. And every single one of those guys plays that game with their own unique pizzazz and style. It's sexy. Come on. Come into this two things in this world that make me believe in God. It's sex and basketball. You know? Huh? Honey? Sleeping. The coaching staff is portrayed by actors who, like Riley, can play for comedy and for drama with equal effectiveness. Jason Clark is explosively funny as the temperamental Jerry West. Adrien Brody is a different kind of funny, quiet and sad as Pat Riley. And the actors portraying the well-known Lakers stars, especially Quincy Isaiah as magic and Solomon Hughes as Karim, pull off their impersonations with exceptional flair, off the court, as well as on. One of the nicer surprises regarding winning time is how, as the episode's roll out, other strong actors join in on the fun. Like Michael chiklis from the shield, who cuts a fierce figure as Boston Celtics owner, read auerbach. And another nice surprise is how much attention winning time devotes to its women. From company employees to players, mothers, wives, and girlfriends. They're all given their own chances to shine and have their say. That's especially true of Sally Field, who shows up in episode two, virtually unrecognizable, sporting a blond wig and a long cigarette holder as Jerry buses accountant and mother. When she shows up, both she and John C Reilly as her son start the scene by talking to the audience, then shift into dialog to engage in some caustic mother son by play. I know where the bodies are buried. Because she's the one who buried him. A lot of thanks I get. Make my bourbon and soda. You've had enough. Since when? 1962? You want me all before my time? I did it. I poured you one. You don't have soda. You're just lazy. Gerald. Gerald. And why the Lakers? There's no lakes around here. I can't believe you're not excited. This puts our family in a very elite club, okay? Tycoons. You know the people who actually run the country. Captains of industry. What industry sweat socks? No. Show business. Forget Louis V mayor, we're gonna be the next moguls in this town. You, me, Jeannie, the boys, when they come back, we're gonna be a dynasty. And then you'll be satisfied. I'm gonna be thrilled. Hui, then you'll just start chasing something else. I suspect, because of the cast, the subject, and McKay's approach to the story, that winning time the rise of the Lakers dynasty will draw a large and enthusiastic crowd. Just as the Lakers did after drafting Magic Johnson in 1979. And just like those Lakers, HBO seems to be hungry for more, and already is talking about the possibility of extending winning time for additional seasons. The Lakers won by approaching the game differently. And this new HBO series seems to be drawing from the same unconventional playbook. On Monday show, we talk with David Cyprus, who has been in New Yorker cartoonist since 1998. It's his dream job, but it took 25 years of New Yorker rejections before getting in the magazine. He's written a new memoir. Hope you can join us. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our technical director and engineer is Audrey bentham, with additional engineering support by Joyce Lieberman, Julian hertzfeld, and Al banks. For Terry gross, I'm David being Cooley..

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:24 min | 9 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Wait wait panelist Josh gondelman about the queen's new passion for the kitchen and celebrity chef Roy Choi stops by with advice for my grandma. Listen to everyone and their mom in the wait wait, don't tell me feed every Wednesday from NPR. Benedict Cumberbatch is nominated for a best actor Oscar for his role in the Jane campion film, The Power of the Dog. The film has received 12 Academy Award nominations, including best film, best director, and best supporting performances for his fellow actors Jesse Plemons, Kirsten Dunst, and Cody Smith mcphee. Terry spoke with Benedict Cumberbatch in January. The Power of the Dog was adapted from the novel of the same name, and is set in 1925 in Montana. Cumberbatch plays Phil, who along with his brother, played by Jesse Plemons, owns a cattle ranch. Phil is hyper masculine and a bully. When they're taking the herd to market, they stop at an inn where they have dinner. They're served by a young man, played by Cody Smit mcphee, the son of the woman who owns the inn. He has a clean white linen towel over one arm, the way you might see in a fancy restaurant. To fill his manner and the linen make him seem effeminate. While the young man is serving the table where fill his brother in the cow hands are seated, Phil picks up a paper flower from the handmade bouquet serving as the table centerpiece and starts examining it. Oh yeah. Well, I wonder what little lady made these. Actually, I did it for her. My mother was a florist. So I made them to look like the ones in our garden. Oh, well, do pardon me. There. Justice. Rio is possible. Mmm. All right, now gentlemen, look see, that's what you do with the cloth. It's really just for wine drips. Oh, I got that boys. Only for the drink. I'm gonna get us some food. Benedict Cumberbatch congratulations on your performance and on the film. So The Power of the Dog is a western of sorts. I mean, it's set on a cattle ranch. And your character is, he's a cowboy. So growing up in England, as you did, did American westerns mean much to you and did you study the history of the American West or anything? I mean, not really, no. It's about as far from my lived experience as you can imagine. Which I guess is part of the enticement of wanting to take this character on and this milieu are on. But no, I certainly didn't have a history of it. I had a little understanding of it from university from studying cinema at that stage in my life. I guess the first inkling I had of a traditional western, it was the more sort of John Ford's tough man, the John Wayne, but also for me, I think where I really clicked into it was probably high noon. I thought, ah, here's his deliverance from an unassuming hero in a way. And then the revisionist era of Clint Eastwood's unforgiven began as well. Which for me was at a very formative time in my cinema going experience. But I certainly wasn't a playground role play thing for me. And it wasn't something I grew up fantasizing about or knowing anything about. Yeah. You said that westerns, cowboys didn't mean anything to you growing up. And you joked that to do this film, you had to go to dude school to prepare for the character. To learn both the western things, but I think also to learn that style of cowboy. So what are some of the things you had to learn and which was the most interesting for you? I knew I'd get snapshots or feelings of who Phil was from my encounter, but with people who were actually live that life in Montana and who are graceful enough to let me into their world and educate me and give me an access to that extraordinary experience of working with animals. Extraordinary sense is often a coordination between four species that was one moment when we were driving cattle and there were horses, there were men. There was a silence at times but whistled or talked to communication between dogs and those four species working together was just something profoundly affecting. And realizing that in the connection to landscape was really as informative as any of the specifics of braiding say or whittling or whistling loudly saying or the horse riding skills or any of the other kind of attributes this character has at his disposal. But to marry the brutality of being able to master the hard work in that hard landscape and those hard times with this amazing delicacy and sensitivity, I thought that was at the core of his character. In the novel and in the book feel rarely bathes in the novel, it's specified. He bathes once a month in the creek, and when the creek freezes over in the winter, well then he just won't bathe. So in trying to really get with the character, you stop bathing for extended intervals. Well, while making the movie, I assume that was while making the movie. But that must have been a really icky experience for you. I mean, once you start to smell yourself and you realize other people are definitely smelling you and not acclimated to the smell like you are. I mean, that must have been very uncomfortable. And maybe even a little embarrassing? In rehearsals, I did it for about a week before my family turned up in New Zealand where we were rehearsing and shooting the film. And I did it because I didn't want that to be something they had to endure. And I thought, you know, this is fine. This is about me getting used to it and Jane and maybe a couple of other people during the rehearsal period in that time. But then she'd say things like, oh, that's going to get some sushi. And I'd be like, oh, come on. Now I've got to walk out into the real world, not in character, possibly being recognized. And carrying this kind of biohazard level heft of stink around with me. That's not fair. I could see the tweets like Benedict Cumberbatch really smells. Yeah, yeah. Well, yeah. Yes. It's enough to be self conscious of it in any normal circumstance, let alone the height and when I find myself in as someone recognized, but I think where it's essential and where it really helped was on filming days, I washed a lot more than Phil did put it that way. But I would not have my clothes laundered. So I did carry his body odor with me the minute I put those clothes on, I was him, I could smell him. And the minute they were off, I.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:36 min | 9 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Jenna Greenwood welcome to fresh air. I love your music. It's a pleasure to have you on our show. So that means that we just heard from The Power of the Dog. It starts like it's going to be very western ish, but not quite, and then there's other potentially menacing music intruding on it. It's a buzzy ominous sounding melody interfering with this western ish. Kind of sound. So it lets you know that this isn't going to be a conventional western, even though they're herding cattle. And it also lets you know that bad things are going to be interfering. What's happening musically? What are you doing musically? I think westerns have a traditional sound, which is big sweeping strings and sort of Copeland style harmonies, which are not only beyond me, but wouldn't have really suited the darkness of the film, I think, so the approach to this was originally to try and write music for banjo and string Quartet, because I'm a big believer that the banjo can be a great dark sinister instrument. I mean, I grew up listening to things like the violent femmes. And they managed to do that sort of country death song style banjo as the opposite of the Steve Martin. Routine about how banjo is just making you smile, which is true. And all that stuff is wonderful music. But there's also a dark side, I think, to that kind of music. Anyway, I persuaded her to let me try and write something for banjo and sprinkle that. And it was awful as you might imagine. And just sounded wrong in every way. So on the rebound from that, I just started trying to play my cello like it was a banjo. So doing the rolling finger picking thing on a cello instead. So with this strings that kind of interfere with that plucked cello sound, making the sound even more unconventional. What did you do to get that kind of menacing sound from violins or violins and violas? So I had them play with no vibrato and that's a really beautiful effect. In a way, I think the danger with writing music not on paper and relying on computers and demos is that you start to get used to how some string sounds and then just look to replicate that, whereas the variety of color that one player can make with a string instrument is quite mind-blowing and just a combination of a whole ensemble and all the directions it can go. It's really exciting and daunting and it's easily my favorite day of the year is when the string players turn up for an afternoon. Do you want the strings to be perfectly tuned or do you want them to be just slightly off? Yes. I wrote one Q for the Lin Ramsey film you never really hear. Where asking them to have half the players tuned a quarter tone flat, so just a little bit of tune, but all is out of tuners as one another, if you see what I mean. But because they're playing with their ears, it's very hard to do. So they're still making their fingers go to where their ear wants to hear the right note. So even though it was difficult to do and they were sort of weren't doing it properly, it was one of those things where you just end up being even more impressed by what they can do and how they're playing and thinking and making these sounds. One of your influences who you've also worked with is christof penderecki and avant garde composer who once said that we have to use instruments which were built 300 years ago or 200. And the newest instrument in the orchestra is the saxophone, but that's at least a hundred years old. And he said, in the century of landing on the moon, he said this during the 20th century, we still have to write for very old instruments, museum instruments. I think this is the problem. It became the problem in the second half of the 20th century. That there's not much progress because of the lack of instruments of new instruments. And I thought of you when I read that and this is quoted on an album that you collaborated with him and on. I thought of you because it seems to me you want to make old instruments sound new by messing them up a little bit by doing unusual things with them or having them do unusual things with each other. Whether it's their tunings or their dissonances, the number of instruments you use. So do you relate to that quote about using old instruments for new music? I do, because I always found acoustic instruments, certainly orchestral instruments to be capable of much more variety and strangeness and complexity than nearly all of the software I've used in the past. And I think that's maybe why, to me, music by people like penderecki and Leggett and just still sound very strange and contemporary and they still sound like the music of the future. To me, whereas lots of the electronic stuff that was done in the 60s and 70s, you hear it now and it's just, it's sort of of its time. Oh, that's so true. That is really true. And I think that all instruments are just technology. However old I knew they are. And the ideal situation is where you can just regard them as being all on the same level of importance and interest in whether it's a piano or a laptop or an electric guitar or a tuba that they're all hugely exciting things. And I remember as a ten year old, whatever, whenever my mom was driving us around, if we weren't past the music shop, my daydream as we drove past would never imagine being able to go in and buy a guitar or whatever, it would be imagine being able to go and buy a flute or a trumpet. I was just fascinated with all these different colors and ways of making music and making sounds. And in a really tragic middle aged man kind of way, that's sort of what I've turned my life into. I'm sitting talking to you surrounded by lots of those kind of instruments. But I'm wondering getting back to that penderecki quote, I'm wondering if you tried to make old instruments sound just a little bit unrecognizable. And use them in a way that sounds new, even though the instrument is old. You know, that sounds like a new sound that you're getting from it. So I was very lucky when I was in elementary school. Aged 9, ten, that we were sitting with our teacher, and he had everyone bringing their instruments, whether it was recorders or violence, and he said, okay, everyone try and make a new sound with your instrument, try and get a different noise out of it. And that really stuck with me that was just something that fascinated me then. And it's probably still in my how I work today. So yeah, just very grateful to have great music teacher at an early stage of my life. Do.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Today, we feature interviews with two people nominated for Oscars for their work on the Jane campion film, The Power of the Dog. Composer Johnny Greenwood, and actor Benedict Cumberbatch. The film is nominated for 12 Oscars in total. First, we'll listen to Terry's interview from last month with Johnny Greenwood. He was known as the lead guitarist and keyboard player for The Rock band radiohead when screenwriter and director Paul Thomas Anderson asked him to write the score for his film there will be blood. That score was described in Rolling Stone as a sonic explosion that reinvented what film music could be. Greenwood wrote the scores for Anderson's subsequent films, including phantom thread and the master, which opened like this. Greenwood also writes a lot of film music that is more avant garde. But some of the avant garde music is influenced by his love of baroque. He studied classical music when he was young, played in a youth orchestra and has been a composer in residence at the BBC concert orchestra. You can hear his music in three very different recent movies. Paul Thomas Anderson's newest film, licorice pizza, which is set in the 70s, Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, and The Power of the Dog, which is set in Montana in 1925. In the beginning of The Power of the Dog, two brothers who own a large cattle ranch are hurting the cattle.

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'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Was no there's no complaints. I remember that my wife, my first wife, you know, she lost children. We lost twins. And my mother came to stay and my mother had this expression, which is I'll have to do it in a Scottish accent because that's so when I was saying, you know, Carol and my wife actually, I'm worried about my mind. She said, oh, she said, you know, because the twins and losing their twins and said, oh, bran. I drop bends. Which is an extraordinary thing to see which we've all dropped babies. So this was like a common thing among women, you know, miscarriage wasn't something that was unusual. It was a it was a process that women horrifically went through, you know, horrifically. My mom was part of that, you know? So when you were born among the complications, was that the umbilical cord was wrapped around your throat. Your legs were in the wrong position. I came in as first. Yeah, and as you say, your mother was physically and emotionally scarred by the birth. Terrible. Did she talk with you about like did you how old were you when you found out? How difficult the birth was and the impact it had physically and emotionally on your mother. I kind of got it when I was really quite young. I mean, I think my mom told me eventually, after she was she'd been ill and she came home briefly, which was never the same. You know, she was she had an electric shock treatment, so a lot of her memory stuff had gone short term memory had gone long term memory was fine. So she did tell me about the book, you know, and I was kind of, you know, there was a miracle, you know, because I did have that called wrap around my neck, and I did come. I don't know what I must have thought. I mean, what I felt was. And I was the other way around as well. That's why I came because obviously I was heading towards the birth canal and I thought there's no way I can get through here. John Brown. You know? And went the other way in which was weird weird thing. Your father, when he died, you were 8 years old..

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:11 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"All about power plays that will lead to more power and more money with little regard for ethics, morality, or the consequences of his actions on the lives of others. When Logan's son Kendall asked Logan if he ever thought that Kendall could take over, here's how Logan responded. You're not a killer. You have to be a killer. That wasn't a fair assessment because Kendall went on to prove he did have killer instincts as he tried to take down his father. Ruthlessness is a trait that Logan succeeded in passing on to his children. Cox won a Golden Globe for his performance in succession and is now nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award. He's written a new memoir called putting the rabbit in the hat. It begins in Dundee, Scotland, where he grew up after nearly dying at birth. That's here another clip from Succession. In this scene, way star rouco is being investigated by the Justice Department, and Logan's daughter shiv is worried because she knows about the whistleblowers and the intimidation of victims. Shiva is played by Sarah snook. Can we, I mean, can we talk? Yes. We can talk. Okay, well. We're a big company. But how bad is. What is the worst thing? Not all that bad. Health, safety, compliance. A few bad apples. What? Well, I know that isn't true. Come on, dad. Tom worked in cruise as Bill told him everything. And besides, I know that there were black ops, and I know that there was targeted intimidation of victims, and whistleblowers. NRPI. Maybe there were some salty moves. You can't just change your story. I want to keep you clean. I put Jerry in, but I can't trust her. She's optics. I need you. Listen. I didn't know about any of the. Well, you're on email. Do you know how many emails I got a day? I don't read my emails. I get the action point. I know. Schiff, the world is rough. We're on a cruise line out of some tin pot ports register and Bongo uncle harvest, and we poured millions in insurance. Did we play rough with the od union boss or some moaning mini repeat litigant? I don't know. There was a quarter of a century ago, a lot of it. So yes, I fought for you and your brothers. But you will not find a piece of paper that makes you ashamed of me. Okay? Well, the government does have an unbelievable amount of leverage at its disposal that. The law and the law. The law is people. And people is politics. And I can handle a people. Brian Cox, welcome to fresh air. It is such a pleasure to have you back on the show. I love Succession and I love you in it. So welcome. Thank you. It's good to be here. Good to be back. Good to be back, Terry. The last line in the scene that we just played is so good, the law is people and people as politics and I can handle the people..

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:56 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"He stars on the new film, the power of the dog. Cumberbatch was named best actor for his performance in the film by the national society of film critics. You can also see cumberbatch now in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Doctor Strange, which is the biggest box office hit since the start of the pandemic. So, you know, at the same time, you're in power of the dog. You're also in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is a movie in the Marvel Universe and you played Doctor Strange. And you have your own Doctor Strange movies and this is like you're a character in the Spider-Man film. You just finished the latest or about to finish the latest. Doctor Strange film. The Marvel Universe seems so different from, say, the gen campion universe. She directed power of the dog. For example, you stayed in character when you did your roll of fill in the power of the dog. And you know, you kept your accent. Now you could keep your accent when you're doing Doctor Strange because it's a New York accent, not a British accent. But I'm thinking how funny it would be of all of the characters in a Marvel Universe movie, all the superheroes stayed in character. Their own. I mean, that would just be kind of ridiculous. That would make it officially the most exhausting job you could possibly do is that and damaging two because you don't really have superpowers. There's that as well. Yeah, exactly. That could be pretty devastating to come out of. But yeah, imagine that lunch chat. No, it's true. It would be a very bizarre situation because mainly it's such a fragmented piecemeal process, making one of those films. I've watched incredible actors use an insane amount of skills on those sets to just be able to magically turn it on, be fresh with it and be loose with what's one of the biggest sandpits in the world. And play and never forget the art of acting as playfulness. But that takes a huge amount of ability and to be able to shift it and create something connected and present when you're acting against so many elements that aren't there when you're having to use your imagination. It is like being back in the bedroom again and just playing with characters that aren't seen in our childhood. I think it's a very, very heightened skill. You come from a really interesting family, your parents were both actors in England on stage and screen. They are still active. Are both actors say, okay, good..

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:33 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Cumberbatch was named best actor for his performance in the film by the national society of film critics, and by film critics associations in New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth, and the San Francisco Bay Area. You can also see cumberbatch now in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Doctor Strange, and he's just completing work on the new Doctor Strange movie. Cumberbatch was nominated for an Oscar for his starring role in the film the imitation game, based on the story of Alan Turing the mathematical genius who was instrumental in breaking the German enigma code in World War II. Cumberbatch has played other real people like Stephen Hawking and Julian Assange. He's famous for his role as a contemporary version of Sherlock Holmes in the British TV series Sherlock. The power of the dog was directed by Jane campion, adapted from the novel of the same name, and is set in 1925 in Montana. Cumberbatch plays Phil, who along with his brother, played by Jesse Plemons, owns a cattle ranch. Film is hyper masculine. He skilled at cutting the testicles off cattle, herding cattle and breeding leather ropes. He rarely bathes. He's also a bully. He even insults his brother and cause him fat cell. When they're taking the herd to market, they stop at an inn where they have dinner. They're served by a young man, the son of the woman who owns the inn. He has a clean white linen towel over one arm. The way you might see in a fancy restaurant, not a little inn in a tiny town. His manner and the linen make him seem effeminate to fill. While the young man is serving the table where fill his brother and the cow hands are seated, Phil picks up a paper flower from the handmade bouquet, serving as the table centerpiece, and starts examining it. Oh yeah. Well, I wonder what little lady made these. Actually, I did sir. My mother was a florist. So I made them to look like the ones in our garden. Oh, well, do pardon me. There. Justice. Real as possible. All right, now Jenna look see, that's what you do with the clock. It's really just for wine drips..

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So we'll be right back. This is fresh air. You became so famous in England and here playing Sherlock Holmes, contemporary Sherlock Holmes. On the series Sherlock, what was it like for you to first experience that level of fame? How did it compare to what you thought fame would be like? I don't think I really knew what fame would be like beyond my mom being recognized in the supermarket every now and again, but I was not prepared for it. Nothing prepares you for it. There's no school or learning to be done there. It's just one of those things that when it happens, you have to kind of negotiate and I still find myself doing that day to day with the shifting circumstances of my life and my visibility recognizability or not. And I just remember that particular night when Sherlock dropped that there is still alive audience the water cooling moment was instantaneous. It's very early on in the days of Twitter and Twitter to sort of blew up and I was trending. I thought what the hell this trending now. I know a trends are used to have yo yos in their robes and skateboards or whatever at school that's a trend, but so it was just a new language and a new way of receiving feedback. And it was immediate and to the point that I expected after watching it at the producer and director's house, a writer's house sorry, mark gates was there with me with Sue virtue and Steve Moffitt's house who collaborated in creating produced character show. I expected to walk out into the street for journalists to be absolute out of the helicopters. Everyone's coming out their front doors going. That was amazing because it was so hot online. And yet you go out and it's just the cold night and getting the cab and go home. And then slowly things began to change. I remember stepping out of a hair appointment when I got my head died and cut just before the second series was shot. And it was like the whole street came to a standstill, but something like, oh, sure look, and then it just, you know, very bizarre. I remember promoting Star Trek and turning up to Tokyo and the airport there. It was just crazy. They were like, you know, it was like 30 people deep..

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It sounds very kind of to say this, but not much, because I don't know enough about my family history, really. I've never taken a huge interest in it because for me it's always been about a very close knit circle of individuals. I don't come from a very, very big family. I never met either my grandfather's, my grandmother's an age when I was young. My parents had me quite late. So my connection to my past, I learned about as much about it or I'm reminded as much about it were made aware of it being present as much about it by the description that you just gave. It doesn't inform who I am. I feel that I kind of just started as me. And my parents influences is the be all and end all as far as family goes. And I was an only child. And I think I don't speak much about my private life, but obviously Sophie's my wife, and she comes from a much larger family, three of them, children, two brothers, and that expansive extended family that's now part of my life is a very new experience for me. A wonderful thing as well, beautiful inspiring and supportive and loving thing. And hello to any of them listening. They're so large, I'm sure one of them is. There's so many of them. But I guess I lived in the life of an only child. And you really do think you're the center of the universe. I mean, not in a sort of arrogant way, but just you don't know any different. So I'm only really learning now a little bit more about my family's history. Well, let me reintroduce you again if you're just joining us my guess has Benedict Cumberbatch. He stars on the film the power of the dog and you can also see him.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"That. What's really fascinating about bringing a character feel Burbank to life, you're really looking under the hood of it, you're examining the causality behind that toxic masculinity. Within that bracket though of behavior, labeled toxic masculinity, I think there are genuine non performative elements that he has just grown into being. I do believe that he is that branch man. I do believe that he is that capable he's a master of his crafts, whether it's the banjo or whether it's whittling or whether it's the stuff that isn't the film I marguerite taxidermy. He really is profoundly gifted. I think where it becomes toxic is where he has a need to protect things in a world. And hate on a world potentially through that defensive protectiveness before it hates on him. And I mean, to talk about the landscape a bit for me, that was just an absolute gift. Our production designer grant major builds a really masterful set. I mean, it's an extraordinary piece of reality, where there was absolutely nothing. And that was integral to filming and using the 360° of nothing which in Montana near where the films actually located. It sadly isn't the case. But logistically very difficult to film there, but for an actor to be supplanted in that landscape with grant set. I mean, everywhere I looked, I had thought I had him in the weather I had him in the sound of the wind in the grass. I had him in the movement and the breath of the cattle, the hair playing on the horse's back, which is actually a detailed in the film that Jane picks up on with Ari's cinematography and I just felt utterly nourished by the placement of where we were shooting at my big fear was once we got to a studio in Auckland. I'd be having to clink across a car park in spurs and furry chaps. Just feeding ludicrous like I'm at some kind of Comic-Con convention of power of the dog rather than. Anything is real is the lived experience on that set on location was. And then the pandemic happened. And we stopped and our dreams became supercharged as the collective consciousness at this massive shockwave sent across it. And we came back to the work not only with a renewed vigor and focus but just amplification of gratitude to be able to work. So at the same time, you're in power of the dog. You're also in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is a movie in the Marvel Universe and you played Doctor Strange. And you have your own Doctor Strange movies and this is like you're a character in the Spider-Man film. You just finished the latest or about to finish the latest. Doctor Strange film. The Marvel Universe seems so different from, say, the Jane campion university directed power of the dog. For example, you stayed in character when you did you roll a fill in the power of the dog. And you know you kept your accent. Now you could keep your accent when you're doing Doctor Strange because it's a New York accent, not a British accent. But I'm thinking how funny it would be of all of the characters in a Marvel Universe movie, all the superheroes stayed in character. They're on set. I mean, that would just be kind of ridiculous..

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. My guest Benedict Cumberbatch stars on the new film, the power of the dog. The film was named one of the ten best films of 2021 by the American Film Institute, appeared on many critics ten best lists, and won this year's Golden Globe for best movie drama. Cumberbatch was named best actor for his performance in the film by the national society of film critics, and by film critics associations in New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth, and the San Francisco Bay Area. You can also see cumberbatch now in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Doctor Strange, and he's just completing work on the new Doctor Strange movie. Cumberbatch was nominated for an Oscar for his starring role in the film the imitation game, based on the story of Alan Turing the mathematical genius who was instrumental in breaking the German enigma code in World War II. Cumberbatch has played other real people like Stephen Hawking and Julian Assange. He's famous for his role as a contemporary version of Sherlock Holmes in the British TV series Sherlock. The power of the dog was directed by Jane campion, adapted from the novel of the same name, and is set in 1925 in Montana. Cumberbatch plays Phil, who along with his brother, played by Jesse Plemons, owns a cattle ranch. Film is hyper masculine. He skilled at cutting the testicles off cattle, herding cattle and breeding leather ropes. He rarely bathes. He's also a bully. He even insults his brother and cause him fat cell. When they're taking the herd to market, they stop at an inn where they have dinner. They're served by a young man, the son of the woman who owns the inn. He has a clean white linen towel over one arm. The way you might see in a fancy restaurant, not a little inn in a tiny town. His manner and the linen make him seem effeminate to fill. While the young man is serving the table where fill his brother and the cow hands are.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

"Eventually. What else do we have to see, sunny? Well, so the big movie out this weekend, and the big movie of the year really is Spider-Man: No Way Home. I mean, this movie is going to be an enormous enormous hit. I thought yesterday with a packed house at the Alamo drafthouse near me, audience loved it. Spider-Man, no way home, of course, our Spider-Man, it's got Tom Holland as Spider-Man. And if folks remember the end of the last movie, his identity had been revealed to the world by J Jonah Jameson who was playing a kind of Alex Jones like figure kind of conspiracy theorist, doing a very funny, very funny turn by J. K. Simmons. But this movie picks up right where that one left off. So everybody knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, Spider-Man and Peter Parker. He's got to try and figure out a way to get the world to forget about him and he turns to Doctor Strange, who has played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Cumberbatch, cashless spell that tries to reverse the race the knowledge that Peter Parker is Spider-Man from. Yeah, Doctor Strange should be smarter than this. You would think. He was warned not to cast the spell by his assistant slash sorcerer, the new sorcerer supreme Benedict Wong. And he does it anyway. He cast the spell in it. It messes up the very fabric of reality, villains from previous iterations of Spider-Man movies start pouring into Tom Holland's Spider-Man's universe, the green goblin, doctor octopus, the lizard electro. Hello, Peter. That's a great trailer, by the way. Hello. It's a really good trailer. I'm not giving away anything that's not in the trailer. I'm careful not to either. These are no spoilers here, really. And Peter's got to get Peter's got to get them back to their universe. That's all I'll say about that about a lot.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on WTOP

"Watch this weekend in theaters and now streaming is the Netflix movie power of the dog starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a rough and menacing Montana rancher It's just a man meter Only another man This morning vulture critic Jen Cheney was her take It's a western but it's really a character study that focuses on this rancher named Phil who's played by Benedict Cumberbatch and his brother George who's played by Jesse Plemons George gets married to a woman played by Kirsten Dunst And so she becomes part of the family and so does her son who's played by Cody Smith mcphee And it's really about the relationship dynamics between all of these people's especially Phil and rose who he does not take a liking to her He thinks that she's just going after her His brother's money What's the meaning behind the title power of the dog Well if I told you that market would give something important away Because it's addressed really fully at the very end of the movie But this foam has been in the conversation in terms of potential Oscar nominations since people started seeing it at screenings a few weeks back And it's one of those movies that just every element of it top to bottom is done incredibly well written and directed by Jane campion It's beautiful landscapes but intimate story at the same time Wow okay Also now streaming on Disney+ a documentary about the 2018 cave rescue in Thailand Tell us about that Yeah this film is actually called the rescue And as you mentioned that cave rescue of a team of boys on a football team that got trapped in this cave And it was a very very perilous situation It was a huge news story at the time but 2018 feels like such a lifetime ago that you may have forgotten some of the details And this film really takes you into it with footage from the actual dive from the moment that they find these boys and a lot of interviews with the divers themselves It's a really remarkable suspenseful story And it's dreaming.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on WTOP

"Of the dogs starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a rough and menacing Montana rancher It's just a man meter Only another man Joining us for more is vulture critic Jen Cheney so Jen we know it's a western What sort of western is it exactly It's a western but it's really a character study that focuses as you mentioned on this rancher named Phil who's played by Benedict Cumberbatch and his brother George who's played by Jesse Plemons George gets married to a woman played by Kirsten Dunst And so she becomes part of the family and so does her son who's played by Cody Smith mcphee And it's really about the relationship dynamics between all of these people especially Phil and rose who he does not take a liking to her He thinks that she's just going after his brother's money What's the meaning behind the title power of the dog Well if I told you that market would give something important away Because it's addressed really fully at the very end of the movie But you know this film has been in the conversation in terms of potential Oscar nominations since people started seeing it at screenings a few weeks back And it's one of those movies that just every element of it top to bottom is done incredibly well written and directed by Jane campion It's beautiful landscapes but intimate story at the same time Wow okay Also now streaming on Disney+ a documentary about the 2018 cave rescue in Thailand Tell us about that Yeah this film is actually called the rescue And as you mentioned that cave rescue of a team of boys on a football team that got trapped in this cave And it was a very very perilous situation It was a huge news story at the time but 2018 feels like such a lifetime ago that you may have forgotten some of the details And this film really takes you into it with footage from the actual dive from the moment that they find these boys and a lot of interviews with the divers themselves It's a really remarkable suspenseful story and it's streaming on Disney+ so you don't even have to leave your house to watch it Very good All right Jen thank you Enjoy your weekend That's vulture critic Jen Cheney joining us on Skype Ten 13 horse races at Maryland's Laurel park race track have been canceled through Sunday It comes after 8 horses suffered deadly fractures there in October and November while racing or training on the tracks recently installed dirt surface organizers say they're taking a closer look at.

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"benedict  cumberbatch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"benedict cumberbatch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To work towards this goal George all of this makes it seem that anybody wonder whether there's a priority here to handle some of these issues in the criminal justice system That's a George Joseph reporting on the growing backlog and all of his reporting on the crisis at Mike res island is at gothamist dot com George thank you Thank you Michael Support for WNYC comes from Netflix presenting the power of the dog starring Benedict Cumberbatch Kirsten Dunst Jesse Plemons and Cody Smith mcphee written and directed by Jane campion now playing in select theaters and on Netflix December 1st Marketplace more than reporters coming up next then later on morning edition Republican election wins in Virginia had left some Democrats angry about their party's lack of aggressiveness They're too busy playing defense and trying to be nice This culture war is not going to end because you refuse to participate More on why Democrats worry about the 2022 midterms coming up next hour 33 with a phrase warning till 9 o'clock this morning increasing clouds after we've had some clear skies this morning then a high of 42 today with some gusty winds out there Clearing coal tonight and 31 It's doubling in Wessex The holidays are supposed to be filled with happiness but more complicated emotions find their way to the table too You might burn a meal here you might say the wrong thing here It's all gonna be okay as long at the end of the day This is the time of year to come together and to be grateful for what we do have Managing stress anxiety and depression at the end of the year while still finding room for joy I'm Melissa Harris Perry and that's next time on the takeaway week the afternoons at three on 93.9 FM A big oily lesson in supply and demand Marketplace morning report is supported by health catalyst.

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What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

Popcorn with Peter Travers

01:54 min | 1 year ago

What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

"I out of the gate for this fall is a movie called shang. She and the legend of the ten rings. It's a marvel movie and marvel finally deciding to have an asian hero in its movie. That's a long time coming. And when you see it you're going to see a story that is modern touch because this guy on plagued by smooth lou. He is in really fierce fighting form but his father was played by the great. Tome lung is an immortal and he doesn't want him to do it. He's doing which is parking cars in a san francisco hotel talent hanging out with akwa. Seen you get what i mean. It's the martial arts that makes this must sit okay. next up. Is the power of the dog as everybody knows especially critic which is may that september is the month where their film festivals everywhere from venison telluride to toronto in new york and the one film to rule them. All is the power of the dark. It's a western set in nineteen twenty five montana and new zealand. Filmmaker jane campion. Who did the piano is the director sir. First movie in twelve years. Expect real awards bus around benedict cumberbatch. She's playing a brutal acid tongue rancher who gets tensions going in ablaze when his brother brings home a new bride and everything goes crazy and deserve this film is sets nature's beauty against toxic masculinity. These are two things that are really updates days next step. The eyes of tammy faye jessica chastain goes all in this. She's backwards on the eyelashes end. The make up to play tammy faye bakker the late televangelist who turned her christian news program into a profitable industry until a sex scandal involving her first husband. Jim baker played by entry. Barfield just brought the whole house card. Sam

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Zac Efron, Kelly Clarkson to Get Walk of Fame Stars in 2021

Bill Cunningham

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Zac Efron, Kelly Clarkson to Get Walk of Fame Stars in 2021

"Zac Efron and Kelly Clarkson are among the celebrities to get stars on the Hollywood walk of fame in twenty twenty one The New York Times reports the high school musical alum and American idol winner along with Benedict Cumberbatch Shaila buff Missy Elliott and more are among the thirty five stars of film television and music that were announced for the order by the Hollywood chamber of commerce all star unveiling ceremonies have been postponed due to the corona virus pandemic

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Pangolins Are Suspected as a Potential Coronavirus Host

Dana Loesch

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Pangolins Are Suspected as a Potential Coronavirus Host

"I this I don't know what the hell a pangolin is I'm it's not a penguin I'm not saying it like the way that Bernadette Bernadette Cumberbatch whatever can't Benedict Cumberbatch who gave his name sounds like breakfast he can't say paying one this is pangolin it almost sounds like an instrument that could be an animal handle ends are possible suffer corona virus according to the study they the experts think that those I'm not cry as we think that the outbreak originated no the wild animal market and Wuhan and these basically they look like armadillos but they're not all right there looks like many little Godzilla's Godzilla's baby baby dinosaurs dinosaurs are are to to they're they're they're they're protected protected by by international international law law that that apparently apparently they've they've been been there there one one of of Asia's Asia's most most traffic traffic animals animals and and they are worried with their corona virus

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Review: With the latest 'Grinch,' there's nothing much new

GSMC SciFi Podcast

02:54 min | 4 years ago

Review: With the latest 'Grinch,' there's nothing much new

"So awhile ago, I wanna say number of months ago, we got shown a first teaser. Well, first of all got announced that oh, they're doing another grant of yet, another remake the Grinch for those that aren't aware. They did the original amid movie with Boris Karloff voice in the grant and narrating. And that one for a long time was the only one there was no Grinch anything in two thousand which I did Naji know this until recently that that's when it came out. It doesn't seem like it's been that long to me. But I digress. They didn't live action grant where Ron Howard. Did it directed it? Jim Carrey was the Grinch in it. In a lotta ways that it kind of expand on the story and kind of filled in gaps that we really didn't get in the book, or in the animated film that you know, we had had many many years ago, and some people were mixed about it. I personally really enjoyed it. I thought you know, Jim Carey did a great job the castle did a really great job had a good soundtrack, and it was a different fun film. And as I was watching the teasers for this new grant and the trailers, you know, where Benedict Cumberbatch this time voices. The grant turns out Keenan Thompson is in it as like a neighbor of the grant, and then then the girl from murder, she wrote her name's on the tip my tongue. It's she voices the mayor whose only for a little bit. So anyways. So this film. I was if you about it had my doubts, Mike, you know, what it could be good or it could be really bad. There's no in between. And I was able to see this movie this week. And yeah. I'm going to bring it to you everything about this film. I do warn you there may be some spoilers in here. I'm going to try to keep it as spoiler free as I can. But at the same time, I'm gonna you know, kind of this is going to be kind of a, you know, just true review. It's what's going to be so anyways. So this movie like I said has been come about just the grant it's computer animated. It's done by aluminum entertainment, the same company that's done. You know, the first three despicable me movies. It did minions which really my opinion were all actually really good movies, by the way, I had my dad's about minions to and I left going right minions. They did a very good job. So I thought you know, that going, you know, what I don't think it's going to be bad. I just didn't think. So. So anyways, I go and see this movie, which by the way is only like an hour, forty minutes long. It's not really a long movie. The live action version that Ron Howard derive. Acted was I think closer to two hours, and I'm just going to say it, the this movie is terrible. It has a really really really bad film is just man I was just like in shock. How bad it was.

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Giovanna Devo Wyatt, Lisbeth And Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson discussed on Chad Benson

Chad Benson

01:16 min | 4 years ago

Giovanna Devo Wyatt, Lisbeth And Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson discussed on Chad Benson

"The girl with the dragon tattoo in this installment Lisbeth is back and finds herself and her lover trapped in a web of danger from. Spies. Hackers and the government itself. Clara foiling, Keith Stanfield, Sylvia hoops, and Stephen merchant's star in this crime thriller taking audiences back to World War Two is the war horror film overlord just hours before d day. An allied force parachutes the Nazi occupied France to destroy a crucial communications hub with the soldiers. Must fight off a Riddick. Enemy fighters created in a sinister and top secret laboratory project, Giovanna Devo Wyatt. Russell John Madero invoking Woodbine star and another holiday favorite gets rebooted again for the big screen in the Grinch in this three d computer animated comedy the title character hates Christmas. And schemes to steal it from the nearby residents of whoville Benedict. Cumberbatch Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson and Angela lansbury lend their voices to this retelling of the Dr Seuss classic. Still in theaters are Bohumil rhapsody, the nutcracker and the four realms. Nobody's Fool a

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London, Julia Hartley and Professor Stephen Hawking discussed on C-SPAN

C-SPAN

02:28 min | 4 years ago

London, Julia Hartley and Professor Stephen Hawking discussed on C-SPAN

"Claimant's i go around the country visiting jobcentres they think that the system is much simpler and easier and actually the disincentives of not taking on work have gone taking a photo under a person's claes without my consent could result in two years in jail in england and wales in future laws making socalled up skirting specific criminal offense are already in place in scotland gay rights campaigners appraise peter tatchell for using the world cup joy tension to the treatment of minorities in russia mr tatchell has been released from custody but his juice repairing court later this month for breaking rules around protesting journalists for the pink newspaper benjamin butterworth has been telling julia onto right here it is vital these issues and not ignored during the football the fact that the world cup in russia is obscene russia routinely discriminates against gay men violently institutionally but most salaries a liverpool football player and news in the world cup with egypt was photographed with category of the leader of chechnya who was put these game in concentration camps just a few days ago these sorts of things are not simply sporting events they're unique ways for awful leaders to get capital tennis legend boris becker has avoided bankruptcy proceedings in the uk with a diplomatic loophole is become a sports ambassador to the central african republic that means he gets immunity a memorial service for professor stephen hawking is to be held at westminster abbey in london this lunchtime it'll include readings from astronaut tim peak and benedict cumberbatch who played the physicist in tv film his ashes will be buried alongside other great scientists like darwin and newton the weather today lighter win sunny spells scattered showers i'll be heaviest in the north and quite warm when the sun comes through across the uk online and on the independence republic of mike graham on talk radio blasted rhetoric from the banana republic for people who say capital punishments isn't going mealy far enough the reverend to migrate rebellious rebuilds three brandon debate with the grain dictates the independence republic of my graham this morning from ten wherever you stand have your say on the uk's most outspoken space station the no nonsense breakfast julia hartley brewer on sold radio we'll get you it's okay titas until radio i'm jillian bill thank you very much indeed for joining.

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Professor, Victoria Gill and Benedict Cumberbatch discussed on Today

Today

01:48 min | 4 years ago

Professor, Victoria Gill and Benedict Cumberbatch discussed on Today

"The second report from law darcy and lord pro they've already called for significant funding increase for the hfs nar they argue that means testing of social care should be abolished for those with substantial needs this would add ten billion pounds to the annual cost of social care in england which the authors say should be funded by national insurance increases they also call for radical streamlining the nhl in england scrapping some of the controversial conservative reforms in twenty twelve the reports published as talks involving the treasury continue over longterm nhs funding strategy the health and social care secretary jeremy hunt says negotiations have been difficult and our ongoing but it's possible the plan could be unveiled as early as next week a man has been charged with soliciting murder over letters calling for a national punish muslim day david panama city five and from lincoln will appear before magistrates in london later this morning mcdonald's is to replace plastic straws in all its restaurants in the uk and ireland with paper alternatives from september the chain uses about one point eight million stores a day in the uk environment secretary michael go said in april that the provision of plastic straws would be banned by the end of the year a memorial service is to be held at westminster abbey at lunchtime to remember the life of the renowned theoretical physicist professor at stephen hawking they'll be an address by the astronomer royal martin reese and a reading by the actor benedict cumberbatch science correspondent victoria gill reports professor hooking family and friends from the world of science politics film and television will gather at noon to remember one of the world's most famous scientists as professor workings ashes are interred his equally famous synthesized voice will.

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Benedict Cumberbatch Saved a Man from Muggers

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Benedict Cumberbatch Saved a Man from Muggers

"You don't have to worry about them lists new york so smaller town in new york state that's different the suburbs that's then that's like a fourth of the price i'm sure he can get a space by himself for five hundred bucks a month so here's my point though right you don't have to go airbnb you start living but anyway there's there's those they're going to have papers exclusive to that small town he's the superstar there other it's notorious or not and the wife to be is saying i don't know about this we'll do it but you know yes crazy and i'm going to have a kid should you change the diaper like these indecision cz now we're going to now this has become the soap opera in the newspaper a story came out back in the van bor benedict cumberbatch she's huge now for playing doctor strange sof four people beating up somebody on a bike beating them up to rob him jumped out of the o'byrne and save the day yeah wow how'd you do that with four people beating up on someone when you hear something like time benedict cumberbatch you wonder like okay this this even happened but then that it happened in november and happen to leak out you believe more than i hear the wife was also in the uber and to me i'm like oh okay then then you have to jump out to your wife will remember that forever i think a lot of wives or maybe fifty fifty would be like why did you have to jump out there for people and i married to you you know what i mean like why are you putting yourself in such great danger without even thinking about it i wouldn't trust your words a jump out i can't believe that i mean i would jump out with you if you're jumping out i'm not gonna let you attack for people by yourself i would knock you out as a favor but only a few after you witnessed my bravery you're kind of prick this hero shit lots happening.

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Benedict Cumberbatch to play Dominic Cummings in Brexit drama

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Benedict Cumberbatch to play Dominic Cummings in Brexit drama

"Anyway so long story short being i think this poll in northern ireland is positive news for remaining finally a little light relief reclusive actor benedict cumberbatch is going to play vote leave campaign director dominic cummings in a new channel four drummer about the referendum the film is based on brexit books by sunday times political editor tim shipman an ex downing street director of communications craig oliver it'll go out early next year being portrayed by the world famous heartthrob known for playing sherlock holmes doctor strange patrick melrose allen cheering and teenage pinup julian assange has to be imported a win for dominic cummings zone good looks on orthodox but at least it gives us the chance to see one version of him in the flesh given the cummings as a fuse to appear before the digital culture media and sport committee income is has the reputation of being the brains behind vaguely what was you're not going to cause cumberbatch unless you're gonna you know hindi around him and that's definitely harry appeared in the book is this kind of mastermind has that reputation held up yes the thing is that what westminster in the westminster bubble thinks of as being smart is not what i would consider a smart it's basically your of a small alec you've got sort of gumption a little bit short spur i never could never say that so you're right which is which is the coacher dances is soon gonna trouble which are the kind of coach within the gets us into david davis territory which is sort of like oh haven't revised my exams but fuck them so small smart i'll just go in there and wing though thing that when you look at the loss cummings identity was the last time as you're coming.

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