22 Burst results for "David Tennant"

"david tennant" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Yeah. Yeah. Oh, that's the ultimate example. Totally. You know, where it's like, you know, it's a love letter to the nerdy kids reading comics out there. This could be you. You could put on this bracelet and you're going to have crazy powers. Yeah. And maybe that's why I like it too. I always love that origin of Spider-Man. One minute you're on a field trip with your class next minute, you got radioactive spider powers. That's the great allure of Spider-Man. That's why he spoke to the readers of that man. Yeah. So I didn't enjoy that. And I do see what you're saying, too, that, you know, that that's kind of stuff, even in the marvel world has been done to death. The tropes. Yeah, it's just that, yeah, I've seen this too many times. My dad and I have several years ago started watching Doctor Who. And my dad likes to predict what is going to happen in any episode, like outside of Doctor Who. He's like, oh, well, that person's going to be with this or this other doctor, like he'll say it, and he was like, yeah, of course, because, you know, they read the script. It has to happen this way. And the thing he said about Doctor Who is he's like, you know what? This is so great in the writing is so good. Because I don't know what's going to happen next. And with all these other shows, I've seen so much 40 plus years of watching TV. I feel like I've seen almost every story, and so when they start another episode of whatever, like, it's fairly predictable, and I know they're just going through the motions or recycling other episodes. And with weird Doctor Who episodes like they can do anything, they can go anywhere, and just some of the writing was so subversive. We watched during the David Tennant and Matt Smith years, but just for other nerdy sake. But yeah, that's kind of how I felt watching this is that I've seen this before. Yeah. And I've seen it done better elsewhere. Yeah. I'm still on board. Well, I'm really want to see how she uses these powers, but they're basically Green Lantern powers..

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"david tennant" Discussed on Horror Lasagna

Horror Lasagna

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Horror Lasagna

"He's got presents he's got menace and he's off the smoothness. He's really good combination. I will say that the lady's successor that they brought in she didn't like, oh, she do good. It took to me she was she didn't have that combination of, well, license to kill. I don't get that. Menace in her. I don't get that kind of like social pathic coldness. That suaveness that's overlaying the cold killer. And I know this is such a big topic nowadays where they really are, not only retrofitting, but changing some of the base elements like a character's sex, nationality, you know, age and stuff like that. And if they're going to go with the female transponder, no problems with it at all, the one that they proposed here that actually is termed double-o-seven because Craig's character is semi retired. I don't know, she just she isn't like the person that I'd hand the baton off to. I wasn't swept away by her. Sometimes when you think, by the way, what we said about another series that is indeed had the change in the main character. Doctor Bailey, you know what I mean? And sometimes the new Doctor Who has to grow on me, but sometimes the minute that they appear, that's like what a great choice. You know what I mean? I thought David Tennant was pretty good from the start, and then management to follow him very different, but also really good from the start. And some have arrested me more than others, if you will. But even then, they decided to go with a female Doctor Who there. And all of them have been interesting, but she's not one of my favorites. And it's kind of funny. It's hard to talk about it with immediate being, no, it's what I don't like women. I love and respect that everything else women, but sometimes the writing is not as good, the character is not as good, whatever that magic.

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"david tennant" Discussed on Audiobookish

Audiobookish

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Audiobookish

"Like he say of how it's intimated and different voices that they put on and stuff like that. The the is part of the former guesses net. We had this discussion with the that people. Didn't we pay around yet. Can we talked about the awareness. David tennant's performance in. That was really good. But i'd listen to a previous version. I forgot the name of the rate. Forgive me i preferred some of the choices. He made around the accidents that he gave to the characters and how that kind of made the world of the story same larger foster place..

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"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"What ada county voltdb in there and as we all know in the fully work eating a gun is made by just crunching potato chips. A usually. it's like something else completely. It's like Yeah i know. It's always something that you're not expecting makes the noise for the folly. Alum a love watching them work and sitting there and going well. They did it like i did like that. And sometimes when you're listening to you watching a show and then you hear them pouring liquid but the and it seems to go too long ago. He they'd made a mistake. I never noticed that before that. Keep an eye out in this episode. I'm probably going ahead. But when they're outside. And the doctor. And i forget what her lovely name is malfa. Neither the adjourn. Join john of eighty hour work. You can tell because it's like windy and the lack of off kilter rides. Fdr because they've got my. Mike's didn't notice that one probably the same when they're having a drink at the pub really windy doing that by looks of it. Yeah yeah when the bills were outside has like their breath coming out. Yeah tab called. didn't david tennant got a really bad flu. Called during the filming of this this one. Yeah they said he's never. He's never rude but they said he would. Just go off and just sit in a corner because he just felt. So sakes yeah. I wish he can tell in the second one. You have a look at him long. Hose take shooting episode. Did you guys know roughly like how many days they spend. It would depend because they'd be doing the inside shooting and then the outside and yeah. I don't know they say that it takes. They usually a working on the series for about nine months of the year So i don. I don't know if that's on like with the actors and everything. Because i know that we're shooting pots of the new series at the end of last year and they're still shooting pots. But i doubt that the actors are shooting every single diaper for nine months. Because there's a lot of setting as you know a lot of sitting around when you're an actor waiting for it to be to be ready but the classic who they would film in a week so that's why we had some of the worst the worst special effects but you learned. I think they did a good job considering they had no but died budget and i had to do it. I love old classic. The old stuff where it's like. Can i do a second take. We don't have time. Let's go move. Move like the aachen space. Which she's trying to put that revive helmet on sarah's head just wanted to go on and you got enough for god's sake why didn't they go back and re shoot on the one in paris where it's like. They literally just like just walk across the street and we'll secretly film. You can't stop the traffic or anything get hit. Don't get hit.

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"david tennant" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"david tennant" Discussed on FoodStuff

"I love those. I love it like our big existential crisis. Might come thanks to beanbag chairs and door beanie babies into it feels right if yeah but we can have our existential crisis later but for now. I think this brings us to our question. I think it does mate beans. What are they well Baked beans are typically not baked but are rather a type of stewed. Bean dish consisting of a dried white beans that are reconstituted and slow cooked in a sort of a savory sweet tangy gravy as served warm as a lunch or dinner side dish or part of breakfast platters or on toast or sandwiches. So let's talk about the beans The type of beans used in this dish are usually white beans also called navy beans not navy like the color like navy is the branch of the military also called haircut beans in british english. These are beans of a variety from the wide species Fazio vulgarities. I think is how you might say it. I didn't take latin. i dunno. They're the seeds of the plant which means they contain lots of great nutrition for little plant babies and for us the beans grow in pods and usually dry on the vine before being harvested and processed and that means that they are fairly nonperishable but also that they have to be Yes reconstituted or rehydrated prior to use the gravy It's usually a sauce made from a tomato puree end or cooked onion sort of base with some kind of sweetener and Rich and flavorful options like molasses brown sugar or maple syrup or common A touch of vinegar. Some salt and pepper mustard and some other herbs and spices Like woody kind of savory things like bay and rosemary sage time stuff like that are pretty common and then some kind of starch will usually be used either from the cooking beans themselves or from an outside source will be used to thicken the sauce up a little bit They can be made vegetarian but are often cooked with a small amount of pork product. A bacon or salt cured pork. Something like that or hot dogs for flavor and often The vegetarian versions will have a little bit of a smoke flavor. Or something something new. Mommy maybe like a little mushroom broth or something added to replicate. That and the result is just this hardy comfort food. That's really childhood nostalgic for a lot of the english speaking world. And i i will say i. I left out loud. A lot during my reading for this one Perhaps the hardest at this lead line written by one oliver th ring In the guardian quote. All your life. You've been lied to turns out. They're not bloody baked beans. There stood beans. They do not do what they say on the ten. I can just imagine a dramatic scene in a movie or you like drop to your knees. It's raining lightning across the sky. You're like dude. They wouldn't pay. It's david tennant with the rain on them and seen.

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"david tennant" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"By David Tennant and DS or Deputy Superintendent Ellie Miller, portrayed by Olivia Colman, who also plays Queen Elizabeth and the Crown. Will this serious features of very fine ensemble cast a slew of quirky characters that allow us to keep the mystery alive. The first series focuses on the death of a boy Danny Latimer, and the impact that that death has on the community on his family and on Inspector Hardy, the head cop who's haunted by a previous case involving a child murder, a case that he feels guilty about not winning, highly recommend Broadchurch. Can't wait for seasons two and three, and that's now streaming with Jordan WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 1 26 and new Hurricane Named Iota is on her way to our Latin America, and that storm is expected to bring potentially catastrophic winds and storm surge to an already rough and devastated area. I'm Tom Foodie. The storm name Iota is now the 13th hurricane of the Atlantic Season. The 30th named Storm More to the point, CBS forecaster David Parkinson notes it again threatens Nicaragua and Honduras. Iota is just going to be A second knockout punch to a region that is still suffering from the effects of ADA, which was a Category four hurricane, causing much death and destruction in Central America and then more here in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. Tom Foodie CBS News Logan City Council in Brisbane. Australia, is now one step closer to their goal of being carbon neutral by 2022. The city's waste treatment plan is apparently turning human waste into energy. James Joyce is an engineer with Pyro Cal, and he explains how the process works. Once you guys into.

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"david tennant" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on The Nix

"Farrell is a vampire. It's like somebody said. How can we make a movie. More fanny than kiefer sutherland is a vampire. Oh i know. Let's make colin farrell and also. Let's put toni collette him and a little bit of anton yeltsin just so she can be a little sad about anton yeltsin. Also let's david tennant in and make him the weird vampire slayer person in some other pants. But let's let's do that. Yes it's a. it's a good movie. I've watched it several times. I hadn't seen it in a long time. I had that amazing weird thing where david tennant comes on on the screen. And i think why am i attracted to him. I should be attracted to him. And then it's then i realize it's because i want to be him now paper he's sexual energy at all. I understand that but on paper he should be my type if all the yoga me started but all the doctors are sell a bit. That's my research on paper. Tenant should be my time and so the only thing i can really the only thing i've come to realize is that he plays parts and moves and is just want to be.

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"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Living at home when it first started and i enjoyed christopher eccleston but became a bit obsessed with david tennant as well. Yeah that's the path took as well. Yeah it's hard not to be obsessed with david tennant. My problem with him is that if he was the doctor. I wouldn't have let him out at the todd is no say yeah. Whereas with matt smith i go on adventures with him either. Become obsessed with david. Tennant or matt smith the kea both pretty much. I feel like david tennant is my doctor. Because that's where i really got in. When watched matt smith i liked it but when i re watched matt smith i really liked it so my many some good so good. Yeah we're coming up to matt smith with the cat christmas carol and stuff. It's like i keep talking. I'd like stephen muffler. But that i watched episodes like ninety. I do like steam. God i think the issue i had with matt smith the first time round was it seems like there was a lot of to potus and like the big overarching story. So when you watch it week to week it's a bit harder to get into but when you binge them all in one it just is so good. My issue with matt smith era was that there were a lot of new fan bills like nintendo fan boys and stuff they were like. Oh my god. Matt smith surgery me and like show up so i very much. Yeah thankfully i grew up and matured and stop thinking like that so acting as if you didn't do that for david ten exactly exactly correct. Fangled with david tennant. We all know this. The thing that i loved about matt. Smith's doctor was. He reminded me of tom baker. Who was my doctor. But also for the guy who was the youngest. I could believe that he was nine. Hundred four thousand or whatever old. He was a great actor. Yeah he has a great face for that kind of role fabulous. All right. we're going to give it a d. world with doctor who in real life now. It seems like we could fill up the world with news of actors passing. Who at one point or another appear on doctor who we appreciate everyone. Who's been on a worked on the show in any form..

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"david tennant" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Never heard of him before in my life and then I, listen to a podcast. That in this. So defied I was like, well, that is just a hang on, hang on spot on job for the makeup Sabat whoever whoever did the makeup is just absolutely incredible. You can imagine like you know we we've done five years research on the case, and then suddenly I had filming you see the person that you've been looking at for five years swamp up but like a very. Looks a little bit like David tennant. But like, but this is Dennis Neilson it was it was really crazy to see how much he kind of dissipated into it with the with the police share in the glosses Nak they did a great job. They really did a great job on that was makeup apologized I mean there was two key moments was in the league said the read fruit arrived late to read for new still looked it's still looked like divy add. These had died or more remember Iran lion sat down not likely arrived on time. But Germany read freeze everybody arise early to the competency Silo David kind of walk in I. Think as we all sat down in sat down. And just did did you know everyone started any just think when I did that I big scene remember the I remember looking up at every actor around the room every while. Their mouth is just kind of dominated in in Kinda in order of of Yeah of any, he wasn't really acting the read fruit, but it was still you could see that he was shaping and finding things in. There was that moment was quite special because man Lucas. Cast David with of been with working with David on it for the four years at that point, and we'd never seen him do anything new gray was a great moment for us to see the whole room. The energy in the room is Oh my God, and after the rage David left to go do I think makeup question things in everyone was talking about it and then the other moment mystifies dive I die, which.

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"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Was this all like did you get that? This is like a parallel to us, but it's Chris. Yeah, watch watch the episode that linked to this with Chris when he was coming on the thank God did otherwise you would have began who's he didn't even put that together. When invited invited you on was was just like tally hasn't been on for while. while. Let's get her on. Yeah. Yeah, let's give us something that's got lot lot of history to it. She won't know about what a great idea. I knew cuz you last time you run you're talking about how you had watched bit bit of Doctor Who so so I thought we would need someone who knows a little bit about the relationship between Rose and David Tennant's that's true. It is I do like their chemistry those two. They they do look to be having quite the hooch when they're together. Pete's world is boiling due to the breach being open great. Another conspiracy people can use 2009 global war. It's not global warming this strategy rattled off crazy. He said last six months little Earth and warned by 2°. Yeah, I'm way to prevent the world from boiling by 2° Yeah by 2050 like it's a 6-month 6 months. The whole world is going up by 2°. Why are people freaking out? Yeah. Well, don't worry to be conspiracy. conspiracy. It wouldn't be true. We're just going into summer, you know over the six six months but the side might have been missing for three years. So is that mean it's been increasing like economy increasing to 2 degrees every six months cuz otherwise everyone would be dead. Yeah everyone a bit maybe the it just started as a small break down. Got bigger and bigger and bigger and the bigger it the the the more noticeable. The impact is it's a feedback loop. That's what it is. Yeah. Well, there's a weird point where Pete goes. Well the the temperature has rising rising by 2°. And the. Guys are really was did have have winter this year if you had winter then that means global warming doesn't exist. So, it's not true. Well, it did tell you about the lady I spoke to on the phone who was trying tell tell me that the the pandemic was a hoax did I know anyone had had it I I said, well, no, I don't personally nine or she went to people. Well I was using that logic this morning cuz I went McDonald's McDonald's for breakfast and we were talking about the McDonald's Monopoly thing and I have have you ever heard of anyone winning one these these prizes? Yeah. therefore therefore the prizes don't exist. Yeah. That's exactly right. Yeah, people will believe that McDonald's gives out prizes even though they don't know anyone who's won one and yet because because no one knows someone has covid-19 not exist. I remember having a conversation and birth. Only just got them. That was what you're talking about that makes but that's true. There are things things that we will believe in. There are some things that we're sure is a government conspiracy designed to I don't know keep us at home typing the government's getting out of this. We're not in concentration camps. It's doesn't feel like a conspiracy except we're two degrees away from cuz you suck Chris your your boyfriend. It works in a hospital and ladies Works near people have have covert so, you know, so either he is telling truth truth or he's in on it. He's in on the conspiracy. I'm going to drop a bomb few right here on Depo. Wh-what started by all Chris Martin? Yes, especially the one from Coldplay my God. It's a Chris Martin conspiracy facts damage. You can never trust anyone called Christmas. My my favorite covid-19. PIRA see is the one that Beck told me this morning. Do you reveal? reveal? Okay, we don't remember the guy the guy the nut guys. Said that when you get the swab for the test that has covid-19 and that

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"david tennant" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"So many star Trek fans that have just really lofty view of T. OS compared to a lot of the other series and when you sir. How Will strange new worlds fit in with gene RODDENBERRY'S VISION Yeah where when you sit there and say, it keeps saying it's going to be like t O S. There's no possible way you can make exactly like T. S. so you're not going to hit people's expectations by using that as an example and I think they just need to stop using it. As an example it's going to be his own show. It's going to be episodic. It's going to have a more positive overtones, optimistic overtones to it. But it's still going to have. Dramatic stakes to it because that's the type of show these guys are making. Across the board so it's going to be different from discovery and Picard in its own way, but it's also going to have that drama to it and I think keep comparing it to S. You'RE GONNA disciplined people. In. The End. Just one less thing that I think, every star Trek Fan not as excited for strange new worlds needs to keep in mind two things actually. Christopher Pike is not James Kirk and two. Aunts and Mount is not William Shatner. If we all just remember those things keep those two things in mind I. think we can all go into strange new worlds with a little bit more. Optimism. All right. So last story, I got this one just for you heather this one was. None other than teenage heartthrob David. tennant better known to Fi fans everywhere as the tenth incarnation of the doctor from doctor who has said that he wants to be in Star Trek. I have an idea in my head of exactly what he can do. But. Rather. We've discussed offline your big David Tennant Fan I for Peter Capacity but I'm believe this one to you Do you feel about David tennant wanting to be aboard star Trek and if you have an idea of a character, he might play because I. Know I do what would you have in mind? How are you feeling about this? Well, I love the idea. Obviously giggling you're talking about it. I am a huge David tennant fan not only. Like. I I watched him in doctor who but I've seen him in. So many other things from. Marvel. It as well as other stuff. So he is perfect for star. Trek, and he wants to do it. I say give the man a job to do the one thing I think he would be really good at is playing a Romulus. Because, he doesn't get the opportunity to play bad guys often but he would make A. Pretty Good Romulo and I think. I could see him with those pointy ears and we already have Irish Romulus in Star Trek Picard so we could use the Scottish one. I'm just saying the other thing I. saw from a friend of mine online shared this when the article came out about ten at wanting to be in Star Trek. Was the character of Robert April who we very funny I captain of the Enterprise. Now that's definitely set way before strange new worlds would actually happen but people have been theorizing just because they wanna see the character live onscreen, they can do flashbacks Time, travel shenanigans, whatever you want. So they could somehow bring Robert April to life in strange new worlds and. I could see David tennant playing him as well. So those are my two character options for David but if he wants to be in star trek a huge nerd he really is. So I can totally understand why he wants to have a chance to play in Star Trek and if he wants to do it. Give him a role he will be fantastic. Well here's what I think about all scrooge mcduck I think that. He David. tennant Probably, in strange new worlds should play the role. Of Q. I think David tennant. As Q in strange new worlds would be great. I think he an answered mount would be great together kind of big back and forth I think him as you with number one, Rebecca remained would be comedy gold. I feel like he would really do great being kind of a wacky sarcastic jerk hind character in Star Trek and all of those things to me point to him playing the role of Q. He would be great in the Q continuum. You could even throw in a cameo from lansing in there and just have those two going back and forth I think that. If. David tennant because I know he's listening to this if if he were to be in Star Trek, I think he could be Q.. That's how. I'm. David tennant Alex Kertzman I. Know You're listening. He should play Q. Think about it just don't do the whole. Doctor Star Trek Crossover things just Nah be a little more creative than that. Do better than that. So yeah, that that would be the way to go. That's my thoughts. Heather. Would have in play a Romulo or a Romulo or a what was it Capital Robert April captain April. Yes. The original captain from the animated series which we talked about last episode and I think he should be a Q.. I think that would be fun. So there you go a bunch of ideas for David tennant to make his way into star Trek. If you have some ideas of your own. Let us know at Prom track pod, join the conversation, send us an email prominent trek podcast a g mail dot com send us an at at prompts pod I'm at call me DJ 'EM had there is at Nerdy Gal thirty three Heather always a pleasure doing this podcast with you. Is always a pleasure and we have twenty more weeks of New Star Trek to go. And discovery season three is coming. It's cow meg. Let's go. So excited in a hope you're all excited for more star. Trek to thank you for listening to the prominent merchants podcast. We hope Iraq to Gino was good. Live long and prosper and walk with.

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"david tennant" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"Irish holograms Tom Paris and Harry Kim play Captain Photon. And Toco Tei he has a boxing. Training. program. Because that's what he likes to do. So for this episode Voyager ended up in a part of the Delta quadrant where they ended up in chaotic space. and was destroying them and destroying the ship and it was up Takata through the holographic boxing program to fight and communicate sort of with his opponent which was kid chaos who was supposed to be the representative of the aliens they encountered in chaotic space. Now I really enjoyed this episode one because I love to Khotan episodes, I think event, and for most of the Voyager I've said this I've always really liked the entire voyager cast and that includes Takata in I've always enjoyed. His episodes are also thought this episode had a really unique. Eerie. Almost suspense thriller atmosphere to it. That was really really cool. But apparently unbeknownst to me this is like one of the most unpopular star trek episodes heather. I had no idea 'cause I I remember really liking this episode back in the day and watching it recently I really liked it so I don't know. So I wanted to ask the question to you and you wrote something here in the show notes. What are some of the supposed? Episodes of star, Trek you enjoy. Well, you know I think my friend, Jim who runs the trek ranks podcast likes to call them guilty pleasures because he takes the stance that there's no unpopular episode of Star Trek everybody can find something they love in any episode of Star Trek and it doesn't really matter. What other people think? So I've had the opportunity to talk about. My guilty pleasure episodes from voyager and enterprise on his show before So when you pose this question to me, there was one in particular that jumped out in my head which I know pretty much is universally UNIN -joyed by a lot of the Star Trek Universe that I've never had an opportunity to talk about before, and that is the t os episode, which happens to be the series finale. The very last episode of Teo S in season three called turnabout intruder..

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04:42 min | 2 years ago

More Shows To Watch If You Liked HBO's Watchmen

"We're GONNA talk about recommendations. I for the long haul and these are things that we are either current or in the way back and there's this you know the. He is like when I sit down to try find something there's so much going on that I spent like an hour being watched I don't WanNa Watch. That should do this and it's like I, just want someone tell me what to watch. That's what we're going to hear for. Yeah. So we're GONNA basis off the some of the nominees for best show in the emmy categories I start off with HBO's watchmen as from Damon Lindelof this set in an alternative universe and drafting off the ground and comic book watchmen is It's like this dazzling procedure designed to also make you think that twenty six emmy nominations, the most of any serious. Like NERF gun to your head best show of the year. What would you say? Oh, it's watchmen watchmen to me like for limited series. So it's an a different categories, but I would even say it's better than all dramas on I. Think. So it's it's crowning achievement of TV this. So for sharp for me, I'm I'm thinking of like I want a show that looks great. Visually also will make me think. So I I wanted to go directly off of Damon Lindelof because I feel like he's kind of peak of his powers right now. So guys are wondering like other stuff he's done and I I can't think about the leftovers it's a similarly. It's a great show. It's alternative universe incredibly well, made really thoughtful but also like very simplistic in terms of you applying it to your that feels like watchmen felt current but also set in a different time. And leftovers current but also sat in a different times. So I love that the weirdness of the masks in watchmen which was so precious. So yeah, it's it's. It's phenomenal the other one I was thinking of when I want to. Recommend a show in in that Washington vein I'll say Black Mirror it's close enough. It's not really narrative based. Yeah. It's vignettes and different standalone stories, but it's kind of an alternate. Reality it looks close enough to realize that you're not sure that it's not. Yeah. But it's also telling us some darkened weird stuff about yourself. And the good thing about Black Mirror is to watch it. You're not watching it in each episode is its own Y'all episode so That's will put like some of our own favorite episodes that we both have really loved that we can include in the note. So you don't have to wonder because listen that first episode it's Just you just need to skip it. Hear me if you don't hear anything else if you don't hear Jamie doing the weird change of momentum at the beginning of the show if you forgot that already that's okay. Forget it. Here me this do not watch the first episode. Mom Don't do it dad don't do it much mom don't do it nobody do. It. Would be a mistake. Okay. It's a for me. If you love watchmen where you're like, that seems like it's good. Let me tell you to other shows that are good. So on that flakes, you can watch Jessica Jones I chose this because you got strong female lead just like you have in watchman, you have a superhero component which you also have and Jessica Jones it's dark. It's Gritty the villain in Jessica Jones is played by David tennant in that first season and he is per faction it keeps you on your toes. It's also very you're very to the visuals also recommending legion. Hulu. That's weird. Right because I think when you watch watchman, you're like I'm confused. Limits where you're like I, need to watch this again. Being, existing Ip it makes you think should I know that and I can confirm I. Didn't know. And watchmen I would sometimes read like recaps after I. Would Watch an episode and that would help me catch things maybe that I didn't grab the first time with Legion stars Dan Stevens? Famous playing. Matthew on. Downton Abbey He. It's a done by Noah. All Superhero Jason because this is the story of professor x his incredibly powerful, mentally ill mutant sign and so it's it also stars Jean Smart who is also in watchmen man she's in a Lotta. Golf that she has very good taste, and so it's weird enough that you're like It's not that classic Superhero which is what I also like about watchmen if we had done if we'd time traveled and done a designing women saying draft Jean Smart would not be my. Number. One pick would be any pots it would be we'll for private. Not. It be any pods, Anthony Delta Burke Julia sugarbakers. dixie Carter lab next to last over Jean Smart. Yeah. My point here is everyone would have been before Jean Smart Jean Smart was second. I'm going to be in Sweet Home Alabama and you're not going to know what to do with the low key cares. Okay.

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"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Where the sensor from let me go I wonder if they have bring the sensor is fact they don't need to know they've got the but those things coming out. Oh Yeah. That they are gross. I mean that that is gross that he's he's really ought to be benevolent to someone who looks like that much in the first time and came towards someone yeah. Yeah you'd be like. I. Did you see the video gots back in your mouth of the on the James Corden? Show the late show with James Corden and Jerry Whitaker and David tennant were on and they judged a competition where people had to make a doctor who costume out of whatever they could find in there how and now I didn't say that. One of James Corden staff did. He just got a bunch of Cook Spaghetti and shoved it in these now. And then had like he had a cup that had like a line drawn on it the thing, and then he had a plastic rubber gloves on his head. And that was his costume. Yeah Yeah 'cause they do look like they've vomited and they in turn. came out I was think I'd think less of that and more of like they're related to Catholic the great God on the edge of human knowledge. Madness. At what point does a new get that tube shoved down their throat? Well, we do know what happens with I. Haven't really watched the ADS. We do because we doctrine Donna. Oh. Okay. Haven't watched those episodes in ages when we get there much like Dave when we get there. Are Usually, people shouting at their car radios, your Nudie it. How do you remember that episode because I'm waiting I'm waiting that's one of my. One of my favorite episodes I think. The taught us hasn't translated the symbols, which means they're impossibly old. Now do you want to try and guess how many times someone says something's impossible? ooh, it's called the impossible planet. Yes. That's true. Now, how many times five times this episode and twice in the Satan pit six times if you include the word in possibly ooh. Yeah. So that's quite a lot of. Everything's possible for the doctor. That's right..

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"david tennant" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Read that Book Emperor Doom Unlimited, I would love to read that again. Emperor Dum. Dum basically takes the purple man. PUTS THEM IN RITCHIE help. Or Purple Mass? At now you just always imagined that it's David tennant to. porcelain. That machine 'cause JIM IS GONNA. Use Him to control the control the world and He. Does it you know? That's the thing he does it so That's that's his plan and we're. GonNa have to see how that plays out with icicle who they're sitting up to be a doctor. which I think would be awesome. This guy who sees himself as a noble hero. We also get our first introduction to Grenadian this. First Introduction, but we get the J. first meets grabby and as predicted it is doctor midnight. Who Sees Grundy. But they don't have an interaction. They don't have a real interaction, but that they have the first interaction I think is laying that groundwork for Grundy doctrine midnight joining forces Oh. Yeah I think anyone else will be too aggressive towards him yet baths can be like. Oh. Beth is awesome in this I love US throughout. The the the the. Not See but Japanese scientists. You Know Picture, which is actually her father as sort of suggested there. That he's actually kept himself.

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"david tennant" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The niece I've got to confess in David Tennant referred to it in the beginning when you when I first started working in casa on these this kind of suite of solutions if someone had told me that the tenant protection stuff in preservation stuff would move forward and that the production bills would stall and be turned into two year bills are guided I would have said what are you talking about and my fear was that the production stuff was going to happen and it would be the protection stuff that would have been left on the cutting room floor but that's not what happened and you know a lot of folks just say why don't developers build more with the role of developers in this stuff so can you just talk a little bit about what's preventing developers from building happy to when I left local government to start working in the private sector people used to do the Darth Vader breathing the and one of my jokes is I'm like Darth Vader now but in a skirt developers are doing a very poor job of explaining to people why what we do matters how many folks in this audience live in a deed restricted affordable home built with public subsidy just for the folks who are audio only I saw no hands your homes were built one hand sorry one hand out of an audience of I don't know a hundred or more folks that's about right and actually the the odds are less likely that you'll live in deed restricted affordable housing is a percentage of the population all our homes were built by developers most of the money in the engine that is production is private money it's our pension funds university endowments it's it's the money we hope to retire on one day and so when you think about how do we what's broken about housing production part of it is that people hate change and what they really hate is change that has a profit tag attached to it the development is viewed as unwelcome change of existing communities and neighborhoods to bring people in who don't live there already and typically to make things look different than they do now and it's really hard to overcome that so my job for a living is to help cities decide it's okay to let developments move forward and that public sector experience in private sector expenses informed the housing work because I've seen it from both sides I've been the planner tell is saying no artfully maybe you know maybe and I've been the developer trying to get to yes and the reasons that we cannot build enough are that every aspect of the housing production engine is right sized to scarcity particularly in California everything we have in California the highest cost in the United States to build a unit of housing I saw an article today seven hundred fifty thousand dollars a unit to build a new unit of housing we have the highest fees we have the most lengthy arcane housing approval process our fees alone or like telling you entrance they have to pay Mar a Lago dues for the privilege of living in a community in California if you put it that way people would be upset about it but when you say I want to charge a hundred fifty thousand dollars a door in impact fees all the sun that seems okay we have insufficient housing the crisis has gotten so bad that we can't even produce for the middle class without subsidy so most of the people in the population today cannot afford to live in a new on subsidized home and there is not enough money spoke said there is no where near enough money for subsidy for very low income extremely low income low income smoke much less the middle class workforce that was our teachers and our nurses and our doctors tax policy favors jobs in California so every city finds a way to say yes you are a new hotel there specially favored office buildings are often popular don't see nearly the line of unhappy neighbor showing up at housing projects are hard much harder and is more since we're the epicenter of the global transformation of the economy in California we have been building seven to ten times as many jobs as we have a housing units for that work force which means that the very lowest income people are like the folks in a game of musical chairs who never get a chair when the music stops wealthier people come into the economy everyone bumps along and the poor folks are living under the freeway or in Texas it's our zoning rules allow our neighbors to exercise veto over what we can do what we can build whether or not my mother in law can live in the garage with your own private bathroom in an interim toothbrush Cup things that we wouldn't think of as allowable if you had a privacy right notion about it but we allow that to occur in our land use environment over new entrants to the market new neighbors and new housing forms and most of our land area is devoted to very low density single family home seventy five eighty percent of the land area in most California metropolitan areas is single family zoning so what happens to those folks who got bumped off the chair in musical chairs when the music stopped well they either leave the state or they move out so all the folks that are suffering not all of them but a lot of the folks that are suffering in the wildfire areas of the state can't live near their job there was an article in the three months ago about a police officer in the peninsula who was living in Butte county who had a two or three hour can you to get home and the man died because he fell asleep at the wheel and somehow we read these headlines and we become desensitized to the magnitude the scope and the fact that a lot of what's going on rules we created and that we tolerate so we can't tolerate that stuff anymore and this sort of cross sector conversation and policy development is critical to debunk the notion that development is all bad and that market rate housing is that because of gentrification and displacement that can't be true because most of the neighborhoods gentrifying and displacing haven't seen a new unit of housing and a very long time and that the middle income folks we can't bill for it all are the ones moving into east Oakland west Oakland east Palo alto Castro valley like the places they used to be affordable in the bay area are now where teachers and doctors and nurses live because they can't afford to live near their jobs so we've just got a perfect storm the guarantee scarcity everywhere and we are we think every aspect of it to right size the plenty David Denise just laid out a litany of she went there the things that happened at the local level that are undermining new development which I with imagine as part of the reason why the state has been kind of step in into this a little bit more what is the balance though between at state level intervention and kind and sticks versus Canada what needs to happen at the local level that is sort of the heart of the discussion right now just to the degree to which the state should comment and essentially try to move forward through this crisis because local jurisdictions have enacted you know my perspective on this is if local jurisdictions were building enough housing if we weren't in this housing crisis there would be no reason for us to step in but just as you have for example state public health laws because you need a standard so that folks don't get sick when you have folks who are dying on the streets every day in every city double digit increases of homelessness we have to do something when you have an entire middle class has been hollowed out and push to drive two to three hours a day which creates congestion issues environmental issues health issues rest of people falling asleep at the wheel we've got to do something we are at that crisis state and so from my perspective I think we have to do something but let me just give you a sense of just how difficult this conversation is so we all know that we need to build more housing around transit that is I think something we can all agree on the question is sort of how do we get there my colleague Scott Weiner suggested SB fifty which is a good major step forward last year I suggested what I thought was going to be this minor little bill to say the following there are about twenty six bart stations mostly in the East Bay that are surrounded each by about ten acres of surface parking lots and bark for its forty five year history has been unable to develop its own land the surface parking lots into housing for five story housing mixed use development and so I suggested a little bill to say in the process let's give park a little bit of a tipping the scale to allow them to move forward to develop their own plant one hundred three hundred acres around twenty six bart stations it was as if I had suggested sacrificing the firstborn of many of the city councillors are impacted in Syria it was incredibly difficult thing to do we barely got it through the state assembly and thanks to our friends in the Senate including my good friend Nancy Skinner who was in the front row here representing Berkeley we were able to get it through get it to the governor's desk he signed it that was a struggle for three hundred acres of bart owned land around twenty six bart stations we need to do way more than that for an address this crisis and so this state local discussion it is at the heart and to Denise's point it is about getting people to think if we're going to solve the crisis we actually need to change what does that change look like I want to come back to the protection may be and get you the way a little bit here ma'am great legislation this year is that some remember to mention that guy tried to address predatory infections in rent gouging that's happening in multi family housing across the state in some cases but that doesn't feel like that's the the end of this or the end all be all what else needs to happen in order to adequately protect tenants in well some of the things that folks are working on that we can expect to see well it's not the end up or be out but it was a major step forward as one of underscore that and not let me say a couple of things related to that what this bill makes makes possible which I think opens the door for what's to come well what might come one I think assemblymember Chiu's bill you gave some you give people something very tangible really important reforms that hits people's pocketbooks and prevents people from losing their homes that you can get more tangible than that and when you're dealing with the housing crisis that's very complex people need to see progress that's actually tangible and that's a really important thing about this legislation two it is a testament to the incredible amount of tenant organizing that is happening across the state which is unprecedented that's the muscle behind I think why the tenant protection the P. for protection went first is because you had people it builds upon decades of local organizing for tenant protections of rent control in countless cities from Burlingame.

David Tennant
"david tennant" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The niece I've got to confess in David Tennant referred to it in the beginning when you when I first started working in casa on these this kind of suite of solutions if someone had told me that the tenant protection stuff in preservation stuff would move forward in that the production bills would stall and be turned into two year bills are guided I would have said what are you talking about and my fear was that the production stuff was going to happen and it would be the protection stuff that would have been left on the cutting room floor but that's not what happened and you know a lot of folks just say why don't developers build more what's the role of developers in this stuff so can you just talk a little bit about what's preventing developers from building happy to when I left local government to start working in the private sector people used to do the Darth Vader breathing the and one of my jobs is I'm like Darth Vader now but in a skirt developers are doing a very poor job of explaining to people why what we do matters how many folks in this audience live in a deed restricted affordable home built with public subsidy just for the folks who are audio only I saw no hands your homes were built one hand sorry one hand out of an audience of I don't know a hundred or more folks that's about right and actually the the odds are less likely that you'll live in deed restricted affordable housing is a percentage of the population all our homes were built by developers most of the money in the engine that is production is private money it's our pension funds university endowments it's it's the money we hope to retire on one day and so when you think about how do we what's broken about housing production part of it is that people hate change and what they really hate is change that has a profit tag attached to it the development is viewed as unwelcome change of existing communities and neighborhoods to bring people in who don't live there already and typically to make things look different than they do now and it's really hard to overcome that so my job for a living is to help cities decide it's okay to let developments move forward and that public sector experience in private sector expenses informed the housing work because I've seen it from both sides I've been the planner tell is saying no mark Foley maybe you know maybe and I've been the developer trying to get to yes and the reasons that we cannot build enough are that every aspect of the housing production engine is right sized to scarcity particularly in California everything we have in California the highest cost in the United States to build a unit of housing a sun article today seven hundred fifty thousand dollars a unit to build a new unit of housing we have the highest fees we have the most lengthy are keen housing approval process our fees alone are like telling new entrance they have to pay Mar a Lago dues for the privilege of living in a community in California if you put it that way people would be upset about it but when you say I want to charge a hundred fifty thousand dollars a door in impact fees all the sun that seems okay we have insufficient housing the crisis has gotten so bad that we can't even produce for the middle class without subsidy so most of the people in the population today cannot afford to live in the new I'm subsidized home and there is not enough money spoke said there is no where near enough money for subsidy for very low income extremely low income low income folks much less the middle class workforce that was our teachers and our nurses and our doctors tax policy favors jobs in California so every city finds a way to say yes you are a new hotel there specially favored office buildings are often popular don't see nearly the line of unhappy neighbor showing up at housing projects are hard much harder and is more since we're the epicenter of the global transformation of the economy in California we have been building seven to ten times as many jobs as we have a housing units for that work force which means that the very lowest income people are like the folks in a game of musical chairs who never get a chair when the music stops wealthier people come into the economy everyone bumps along and the poor folks are living under the freeway or in Texas S. R. zoning rules allow our neighbors to exercise veto over what we can do what we can build whether or not my mother in law can live in the garage with your own private bathroom in an interim toothbrush Cup things that we would think of as allowable if you had a privacy right notion about it but we allow that to occur in our land use environment over new entrants to the market new neighbors and new housing forms and most of our land area is devoted to very low density single family home seventy five eighty percent of the land area in most California metropolitan areas is single family zoning so what happens to those folks who got bumped off the chair in musical chairs when the music stopped well they either leave the state or they move out so all the folks that are suffering not all of them but a lot of the folks who are suffering in the wildfire in areas of the state can't live near their job there was an article in the three months ago about a police officer in the peninsula who was living in Butte county who had a two or three hour can you to get home and the man died because he fell asleep at the wheel and somehow we read these headlines and we become desensitized to the magnitude the scope and the fact that a lot of what's going on rules we created and that we tolerate so we can't tolerate that stuff anymore and this sort of cross sector conversation and policy development is critical to debunk the notion that development is all bad and that market rate housing is that because of gentrification and displacement that can't be true because most of the neighborhoods gentrifying and displacing haven't seen a new unit of housing at a very long time and that the middle income folks we can't bill for it all are the ones moving into east Oakland west Oakland east Palo alto Castro valley like the places they used to be affordable in the bay area are now where teachers and doctors and nurses live because they can't afford to live near their jobs so we've just got a perfect storm the guarantees scarcity everywhere and we are we think every aspect of it to right size the plenty David Denise just laid out a litany of she went there the things that happened at the local level that are undermining new development which I what imagine as part of the reason why the state has been kind of step in into this a little bit more what is the balance though between at state level intervention and kind and sticks verse is kind of what needs to happen at the local level that is sort of the heart of the discussion right now just to the degree to which the state should comment and essentially try to move forward through this crisis because local jurisdictions have enacted you know my perspective on this is if local jurisdictions were building enough housing if we weren't in this housing crisis there would be no reason for us to step in but just as you have for example state public health laws because you need a standard so that folks don't get sick when you have folks who are dying on the streets every day in every city double digit increases of homelessness we have to do something when you have an entire middle class has been hollowed out and push to drive two to three hours a day which creates congestion issues environmental issues health issues rest of people falling asleep at the wheel we've got to do something we are at that crisis state and so from my perspective I think we have to do something but let me just give you a sense of just how difficult this conversation is so we all know that we need to build more housing around transit that is I think something we can all agree on the question is sort of how do we get there my colleague Scott Weiner suggested SB fifty which is a good major step forward last year I suggested what I thought was going to be this minor little bill to say the following there are about twenty six bart stations mostly in the East Bay that are surrounded each by about ten acres of surface parking lots and bark for its forty five year history has been unable to develop its own land the surface parking lots into housing for five story housing mixed use development and so I suggested a little bill to say in the process let's give park a little bit of a tipping the scale to allow them to move forward to develop their own plant one hundred three hundred acres around twenty six bart stations it was as if I had suggested sacrificing the firstborn but many of the city councillors are impacted in Syria it was incredibly difficult thing to do we barely got it through the state assembly and thanks to our friends in the Senate including my good friend Nancy Skinner was in the front row here representing Berkeley we were able to get it through get it to the governor's desk he signed it that was a struggle for three hundred acres of park on land around twenty six bart stations we need to do way more than that for an address this crisis and so this state local discussion it is at the heart and to Denise's point it is about getting people to think if we're going to solve the crisis we actually need to change what does that change look like I want to come back to the protection maybe and get you the right in a little bit here ma'am great legislation this year is that some remember to mention that the guy tried to address predatory infections in rate gathering that's happening in multi family housing across the state in some cases but that doesn't feel like that's the the end of this or the end all be all what else needs to happen in order to adequately protect tenants in with some of the things that folks are working on that we can expect to see but it's not the end up or be out but it was a major step forward as one of underscore that and not let me say a couple of things related to that what this bill makes makes possible which I think opens the door for what's to come well what might come one I think assemblymember Chiu's bill you gave some we gave people something very tangible really important reforms that hits people's pocketbooks and prevents people from losing their homes that you can get more tangible than that and when you're dealing with the housing crisis that's very complex people need to see progress that's actually tangible and that's a really important thing about this legislation two it is a testament to the incredible amount of tenant organizing that is happening across the state which is unprecedented that's the muscle behind I think why the tenant protection the P. for protection went first is because you had people it builds upon decades of local organizing for tenant protections of rent control in countless cities from Burlingame.

David Tennant
"david tennant" Discussed on Who Positive

Who Positive

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Who Positive

"'cause boy so I was sort of doubting my 'cause play recently. I have a budget doctors that I can do. I can do the fourth. I have a seventh that I think is my best. I have to eleven's a habit twelve and I have a thirteen. Although I need a new wig for my thirteen but I was sort of doubting I was looking at my new thirteenth Dr Completed. Outfit and I was Kinda thinking to myself. Why did you spend the money on? This was this is not worth it. You're barely going to wear this. You're not you know you're not having as much fun with this as he used to. You know it's time to give this up and move on. 'cause plays just not for you and then. Halloween rolled around and Halloween every year. I've do a doctor because well I've got the costumes right there and why not. It's something I love and so I put on my seventh doctor. Qasr play because it's my favorite and it's the one I think that's the best and when I did. It fills me with joy. It was just one of those things that is putting what I love on the inside on the outside and Kennedy sharing with the world that you know this is thing that I love most in the world and that I am proud of myself for loving and just putting it out there in the world I never get recognized when I'm wearing my seven Dr Outfits But that's just fine. I had a colleague once. Where a vaguely karate. Kid esque headband. On Halloween and that was it that was the only piece of his costume and every person who came up to the desk was like credit kid while I standing right next to them in my screen accurate seventh doctor. Cows play got no love. But that's just fine. It's not about people recognizing me. It's not about anything like that. It's about putting what I love out there in the world and sharing it and I must say I enjoyed it immensely After I wore my seventh doctor. Qasr play that day for a party. The next day I wore my thirteenth doctor for the first time and that felt great to I'm not a big fan of wearing the whigs but it's cold enough here now that the WIG was just fine. I will definitely be doing it again. I'm a little bit sad that I didn't wear a cause play to galaxy con- this last weekend but the reason I didn't is because we were getting a picture taken with Christopher Eccleston early in the morning thought that the rest of the day we might be Kinda running around and doing fun stuff outside of that and I didn't have a doctor who has play. That would go from con to out and about in the world very easily so I- neglected to a now and I'm looking at the picture. I I love it. I'm glad we took the time to do it. But I'm kind of wishing that I had put together. 'cause play for it but you know small things next doctor. I meet I can. I can wear another 'cause play. Christopher ECCLESTON and my eighth anniversary last weekend and we went up to the city's two galaxy con to celebrate and we got a chance to meet Christopher our photo taken with him very nice guy second doctor. I've met the line was really really long so we didn't get chance to talk to him a little bit but I just let them know that I thank for being there and and just that one brief moment that you could tell that he doesn't have a lot of he doesn't have a lot of experience at cons and but he enjoys seeing the fans and everything and it was really cool to see how many people turned out for Mister Eccleston. He was a substitute for David tennant. Who was supposed to be there and I think that he might have gotten even more love than David. Tennant as you know David tennant does quite a few conventions and Mr Wilson does not so. I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING DAVID. Tennant at another convention. The future I'm thinking now about trying to East Coast Convention sometime in trying to meet semester McCoy and Paul mcgann. Maybe do Tartus when of these years. Maybe I'll even do Galo Frei one one of these years but I was in line for Christopher Eccleston with my wife and I was standing there and I was very nervous I noticed about the whole experience and I was looking around me I was like. Oh you painted this extra money to meet this guy. You're not having any chance to talk to him really. It's not going to feel special. And all these other people are going to get the same basic moment and I went in and stood next swim and got the picture taken in and left and I was like no that was definitely worth. It was just nerves or jitters. But the thing is you're there at a con and you're surrounded by people who love the same kind of stuff you do and for me. It kind of takes a little bit of the specialness away. It's like Oh this is my thing and now I'm sharing it with all these other people and it just doesn't feel maybe as special to me as when I'm one of the few people that are out here loving it. One of the few people that are sitting in my basement recording a podcast about how much. I dig doctor who so. I regret not enjoying that moment amongst other fans more but at the same time I think it was nerves I mean I always get nervous before meet celebrities. I've only been to doctors. I met Colin Baker now and Christopher Eccleston but I got a chance to meet like Hudson and I got a chance to meet Peter Mayhew and some other folks and so it. It's something that always picks be nervous and I remember. The first time I met a celebrity was calling meeting. I got my picture taken with him and it was just. I was just nervous about it. I mean it's it's a special thing to meet these people that have helped create things that are important to you and just to get a snapshot with them it just it just is nice to have your own little moment with someone who helped create the things that you love and that bring you joy and I am very glad for all the opportunities. I've had over the years to meet folks and all the pictures I've got with folks that just make me one step closer. I think to that thing that I love so much. And it's nice to see them as real people to it's nice to see them as human beings out in the world but anyway yeah it was really cool meeting which Freckleton if you ever ask yourself. Are these photo ops worth it. I think they are. I think that that moment that you get to have folks is just. It's worth it and it just it just makes me feel Like I've got a piece of doctor who offered me a piece of the ninth doctor. That's just me so yeah I enjoy it. I liked the photo ops and know that they cost extra some of them can be kinda costly but for me. They're they're one of the reasons. I think I'd go to cons. These days is to get the photos. That's all for episode forty eight of positive. I've been Andy. This has been positive. Thank you for listening..

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Spotify now #1 for podcasts in Spain, Indonesia and India

podnews

03:32 min | 3 years ago

Spotify now #1 for podcasts in Spain, Indonesia and India

"Spotify is continuing to grow. It's now the number one podcast player in India Spain and Indonesia report vox nest unsurprisingly says a different piece of research. Spotify users are far keener on podcasts. The news of Pandora. Some BBC podcasts are back in Google podcasts following a spat last week or search for BBC woman's hour. For example, finds the podcast within the app, but closer look reveals that the RSS feed and others like it is being republished by the BBC's advertising partner acoss, and the BBC's block is still in place. It's not clear whether this is a deliberate move. Now, the ability for anyone to copy RSS feeds and have their copies automatically show up in Google podcasts was mentioned to us by different public service broadcaster while we were at radio days Europe. Their concern was that spikes versions of RSS feeds with edited content. Could be made available bringing the broadcaster into disrepute or spreading fake news. We think they have a point is no, clear and obvious way. To know that that podcast is not coming directly from the BBC. In other news audio boom have posted record quarterly revenue four point six million US dollars. The company has also signed up a number of new shows and says that it's revenue per thousand listens is up sixty seven percent to twenty three dollars seventy seven. Ben cave has joined apple podcasts in a senior role and moves to California. He's worked for apple for eight years and was previously with production company. Something else formerly known as kimberlite as absorption podcast platform called blow promises to make it easy. Fuel fans to pay feel podcasts podcast Castro. Also announces a new personalization feature at eight o'clock Pacific this morning link in our show notes in our newsletter will. Work from then Paul Chater has announced Twenty-one data. Partnerships have podcast websites and apps using pod chaser. Created data services include radio public player. FM and pod news. Our editor James credit. That's me says pod news links to portray Zor from our podcast pages. Whenever we mentioned a podcast in our free daily newsletter. Poltrak have released some data about podcast categories, news and comedy are the fastest growing categories. According to the company important caveats. It's only relevant for the US and only relevant for those podcasts at measure through Padraig, but rain has analyzed the data revealing possibly served podcast categories. A textbook example of marketing podcast is James corden comments about chubby actors being typecast as funny friends rather than love interests made on the David Tennant podcasts from something else. The comments were widely reported in the UK, including ATV, the guardian the BBC the independent metro and many. More Tom Webster and another guy were interviewed after their session at radio days. You're willing to a video of that NPR is looking for a podcast audience strategist in Washington DC in the US and in podcasts, filling a void in podcasting and online culture, Derek manned, splaine's, it all contains a white man explaining things to people who aren't like him the white man in question is New York City based stand up comedian, Derek Humphry who's actually using this to understand other cultural groups, but don't let that get in the way.

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James Corden: Chubby People 'Never Have Sex' On TV Or In Films

Radio From Hell

01:03 min | 3 years ago

James Corden: Chubby People 'Never Have Sex' On TV Or In Films

"James corden has criticized the exclusion of chubby people in films and on TV saying, you know, they never ever get to fall in love on TV and in the movies. They never have sex speaking to speaking on David Tennant's podcast, the TV host added that certainly no one ever finds you attractive. Onscreen if you are a larger size, the added that those actors are at best cast as good and funny people in a friend and friends of someone else's attract the funny friend Morton said being excluded from rolls spurred him onto right Gavin. And Stacey I don't know. If that, I guess it's a show. He's written said, I had no idea if I'd be able to ride it came about because I've done a film with Shane meadows. Mike Leigh film and a done fat friends on TV. And so he's re oh it's a play. He's written. And I think a chubby person gets to you know, he's very he's exceptionally talented. It's just really really

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The Economist launches a daily podcast, and Spotify tests an import function

podnews

02:07 min | 3 years ago

The Economist launches a daily podcast, and Spotify tests an import function

"Hollow podcast land. It's David Tennant here. Surprisingly, I find myself doing podcast. Yes. David tennant. Does a podcast with dot dot dot is a new interview podcast from the British actor with impressive access to big named guests the press release promises. Current doctor who Jodie Whittaker is a future guest. Poppy. In a podcast host has unveiled audio recording and editing features in its app. It offers background music too. And other enhancements it's available for both IRS and Android. How can you get funding to do your podcast, judaica, Lanta Williams, spoke at the work it conference about how to find grants to support your work and how to apply for them ominous studio, the enterprise podcast host has partnered with headliner to offer one click access to create best in class podcast audio grams these help share podcasts in social media. Westwood One have appointed Corey Smith as VP digital sales marketing and operation he'll be focusing on. Casting. If you're thinking about doing a Super Bowl podcast. Yeah. You might wanna think halfway about that says a US lawyer at age notes the current fight for podcast dominance by Spotify. And Pandora to interesting things in the article firstly claims that cost box is the number one podcast app. And also says that Spotify has one hundred and seventy thousand podcasts on its platform while the US only Pandora apparently has more than one hundred thousand podcasts which is interesting because Pandora's official blog claimed hundreds of podcasts with over one hundred thousand episodes a month ago. So either they're growing very fast. Somebody's got something a bit wrong in March. We'll be at the rain podcast business summit in New York. Pod. Fast in Orlando and radio days Europe in Lausanne in Switzerland. If you want to register for that you can use the promo code, which you'll find in the show notes and the newsletter and save one hundred and sixty euro on your ticket or. Or as the Swiss call it short taxi fare, so expensive there,

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Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan on 'Mary Queen of Scots'

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan on 'Mary Queen of Scots'

"Also star also debuting in limited release is Mary Queen of Scots based on a two thousand four biography of the famous monarch the film follows her turbulent life from becoming Queen of France at age sixteen to being widowed at eighteen to a rivalry with her cousin Queen Elizabeth I of England Ronan Margot Robbie David Tennant and guy Pearce star in this historical

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