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"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Something you. Yeah. Yeah, and well, Bryan thank you very much. It's lovely to have you here. I guess we'll start until we. David tennant does podcast with. BRIAN COPS? So, Brian Thank you for being here. Thank you for doing this. Now. I was reading your book about playing King. Lear. An it you talk about the opening night. And you see you nervous. You see I don't get nerves very much nowadays, which feels to me as someone who does like a bit of a superpower for an actor is that still true? Yeah. I don't really I mean. Maybe. The flutter, but I really don't get nervous I don't I once went with Ed Repair Bridge. And the man has no nerves whatsoever. Right. There was a lesson you know he would be. He'd be standing in the dressing room and he's to go on would still be the actor would have stopped speech to go on and blown behold admirably, still be there, and then he'd walk-on in time for his disobey speech. Had No nerves whatsoever I I'm not bothered in very much. I don't know why where you ever or is that something you`ve Not, I don't think I really was. It was kind of there was something about the inevitability of the you're GonNa do it. So there's no point in getting upset over. It's going to happen whether you like a not and. It's inevitable and once you faced up to the inevitability of performing never seem to fly away. Right. So we're talking today you're not state New York currently is this is this where you live now is not your home well, yes, it is not because of my unforced situation largest. Can I show you quickly you can see the window I don't know if you can see out the window. Oh. Beautiful. It's a foreign we're in the middle of a forest. It's it's a beautiful part in the world and it's been a privilege actually because of this enforced thing, I've been able to watch the seasons. At the beginning of May we had snow right So and it's gone from Hail, Snow and then just watching the and the trees were bare now it's the foliage it's and the birds the bud song is incredible. So it's amazing. Yeah. It's a long way from Dundee oviously that's a hell along way from. Yeah. Do you feel more Scottish the further away you are from it very much. So yeah, I think the great thing about Robert Louis Stevenson Great was I travel not to go I knew but to go the greatest fair is to move and I think that is something is in. We've done now. History is because we've been so kicked off places in lost a place in all that in being moved around even right back to Celtic beginnings when we finally find these port of Cho's either on an island off the north coast of France and Brittany and and then finally Scotland you know. So it's it's kind of weird. So you you know that you're an inveterate travel you know you've been part of that kind of shifting to ask that's been going on for centuries. Really. So Scotland but Scotland. and I I I. Love It. I love it. I love the country I. Love going home another. As I got older, you know when I was young, I used to attend a kind of wait to get across it. But it's no it grew to be the opposite and I'm very proud particularly proud of her first minister in Scotland I. Think she is. With you know who is really considerable. Yeah. Do you see yourself heading back there eventually? You know I I think about it. You know it's one of my fantasies right but Madrid my my sister's an care home in. Day and my my niece was. We place on the on the net and it's absolutely gorgeous. Tell you a funny story about my sister. System. It's a ninetieth birthday, right? She's like she was like my mum when I was on and. She is my night tonight, his birthday, and so the care home lay on a piper for her. An Piper comes in place the pipes and of course I personally I don't know about you but I love the. My sister Kenny stand the pace. Hates the pipes right on the hop, to. Escape when they start. Yeah. I'm watching I'm watching the. Gutting on. I I wonder because you can't see because the social distancing and all that and she's done at the end of the garden I'm on facetime. Held up by my niece and I kept saying wh-what's expression. What's is I kind of expression who? Were dying with laughter and finally afterwards we get to the to her window the window of a room where we can look into a room we can't go in look into a room. And I said that I said, how are the pipes? She said? Well, I, tell you. The best. I've done. Yeah. It's interesting that Edna in succession, which of course, is.

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"david tennant" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

08:39 min | 8 months ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Bigmouth

"That point but that always timing I think h. radio film I'm a bit and cold by Ten into times. But I. Think this was a really. Brilliant. undecided. Acting Performance yes Andrew won't be your thoughts. Dot Pretty much grants yet I thought it was thought tenants fantastic adult his the way that he conveys that Somehow Nilsson thought that he was an upstanding member of society PA passing judgment on the place on the top allies that was really strongly put together. There is criticism that it caught a downplays they significance of this and the existence off the London Gay community because we don't really say them nearly say. You see homeless people we don't a actually think Chris- doesn't stand up because what this film is doing is trying to talk about these matters in a way that doesn't pornography's them. If that's a word, this is not one of those lurid true crime once of high. Eighty shots. The nearest thing we get to that kind of a recreation as we say in flashback Dennis Nilsen banning something thinking is back garden there on a pornographic close ups of of of Book Door and so an sponsoring and so forth. Almost everything gory shown purely as a reaction shots. So it's interesting because yes, there isn't a priceless way. You could have see Dennis Nilsen in pubs and clubs and bars speaking to Elvis meant to give me man and the dinner amount of that. But in a sense, the story doesn't kind of need that because it's not about that world, what's about is the psychology of Nielsen himself. On hand picked men and murdered them is. Extremely, eight sexual character. And I thought that was really powerfully and across it's it's it's not about connecting sexualities mandates. Connecting Psychopathology to murder assault that was really really strong. I think it is a great performance. He's great. I Don as well a huge fan of like he's he's. Everything. And I am actually glad three potter and quite tightly apple together. This was an ethics Joe Kinnear imagine school. Apt In club scenes as you say, what I was poignant is they mentioned things like the candidate black camp, which is not functioning at the moment but is still there as building I've been there places like not took Soho they took about hamster mas well, Hill and the idea of the such vulnerability most diagnosed to is doing is just trying to find people lost in the system trying to see what he's on how the police cope with that in that sense it is so sensitively done and so brilliant was lost in it. Myself I I thought was fantastic. Top marks David tennant talks all of you to team effort as we know make. Talk. From other guests, the editor's recommendation if you will not just quick well, he brought more poodle rock for what we got I I thought I'd give you a break for me. I'm turned up to eleven and strangely shaped guitars appointee headstones. For. Search work the moment we've. Already Twenties I. One of the questions I was asking with what you listening to you might just. Beginning. Aid. New Tracks. MRIs at. That ls by an autism. CAN BE UP. Is. Only a couple of months back. Answering not example of White Gabba is Emma opinion which is. Spicy Gary. House. Sound which is big thing across Africa. Right now he's a Hackney Ghana state needs transplant as far as accounting camp rage. Experts Lauren inhalable boy. The crates but he's now doing stuff as well, and it's basically just little elements of all staff are really like eighteen obey pals that kind of earlier UK Gary? Twitter very songs towards. And Yeah. He's just lovely. Another really really loved the outside somewhere ninety cooking longer listening to this right now. Thomas that this is Joe Tempe set. Can. And finally D I S. C o loco co founder and single handedly managing keep the oversized pom-pom industry and business the last five years. Machine Murphy is back with Rashid machine an unashamed loveless to disco. In these troubled times, we all need to just dumps a bit more. Let's listen to buff as law to get us in the mood. Off. So. It. It is a disco album Craig MacLean. Did you discount when you put this record on I did for the first three hours and then I started to get a little bit. You know I I. I. Love Russia and elevate the of Chino. Membrane Kylie. was indicator inches, Workman Manic street preachers and sex Kaley with with Michael hutchence machine is tied. The world's quits Rabin back in it. But this is ten songs and fifty five minutes. It's not slow then you had just about. The public enemy to rather don't think this is a disc problem. This don say this should not be. In any way you know you you get to the end there's a startling narcissus which you got brilliant urgency to it. It's kind of anymore combing things than it kicks off. You've got we got together, which is a proper bit Waleed sit? But the too much of it. You know the first track is eight and a half minutes long. Second kingdom events is like a grace. Jillian saying GonNa make big zone nick the school throb but never takes off and it's like this album it hugs maybe a third of it taken off it on the beach up the absolutely a banging. Awesome. Album McKenna reflection on the summer. We didn't get particularly in Seoul Wax Remix of something more is you know that trip that will of that she didn't wasn't possible. So I think it's it's too much of a good thing. I see. Yes. The fast track simulation starts it's Donna summer I feel often just carries on with that just in what we all. I'm going to push back on creek because he's completely wrong and I. Know, but they should have been third shelter each be three times as long our going. To had Brady, long boring DOPP sections in the middle. Lobe breaks, drinks I'm I absolutely loved on the she says. It fails. What would you like twenty? It feels like a complete world. It's an occupants with wade snatches is kind of Irish filings. Some sounds like an action, Simpson record and essentially of hub bridging the to. The already said that we're talk ranges now, misfields morning Sun's coming out can its lowest records very, very good. Night's we need spice from mood and the uncanny right now, everything from the guts I'm always up to something akin directing video, Eric Veers. The album is shade machine because I am a machine I never stop. This wall old pup songs inspired. The production of fantastic's parrot you released the record book. Here's a guy saying, I stand iced off its rail kind of. That in Texture Wade -ly. Pairing with the public enemy record we were talking about earlier you keep getting these. Goats, Down's music floating through everything..

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"david tennant" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

09:34 min | 8 months ago

"david tennant" Discussed on Bigmouth

"The CHESSEL netflix stars Canadian Catherine Ryan as a single. The district for baby does she choose disheveled excellence on arch or her current dentist and do we care and other go jokes we'll get into all. This is a and we watched serial killer drama. Dez starring David Tennant as Dennis Nilsen the understated built calculated northland Meta and breath Sanderson look alike. Nineteen seventy eight eighties plus etc. Electric Siren. Racine Murphy is back with the fifth album accomplished. He didn't use his title before rushing machine has disco disables again, shall we meet the guests shock? Let's Greg Maclean is a freelance writer par excellence rights for the Telegraph London Evening Standard Time observe a Tau plus he's former star a face. My old features had hello cray Carribean. Alesha veteran to be talking with you how is lockdown treating you and how has it changed the work that you're doing at the moment Lockdown has been dynamically up and down adding everyone engine entire world. In terms of work, it's all the newspapers in threefold of two of the drawbridges, the freelancers best the council that scene somewhat challenging you mentioned the face are I've gone by. Like not could not go black. As a consultant editor, which normally late says old gets in a room with a bunch of full cuff twice as cool as me on I've been working with them on the website aunts they new printing mission which just came out yesterday. So it was a challenge magazine remotely as our. But it is Johnston especially in each time of times. The. Normal Popstar for Peres that we might have done a lot of fellow. But one thing in the current claiming show at any challenged make a magazine felt important a meaningful and I think that but yes, it's difficult. Yesterday is drawn. But yes, we wonderful that sounds good. I think magazines have risen to the challenge actually the ones. So going love magazine just if we're GonNa talk about style nine, which usually can be list topic of itself I thought the last two issues were brilliant about lockdown what they did. Agreed. Did these to a hardback sick editions featuring? We used to normal. obey shot in fantastic new clothes. But yeah, they challenge vogue even Mr the challenge. By An. Rose to the challenge hitching frontline health workers on the cover. So yeah, you know obviously possible element of. Tokenism with some of that coverage, but at least they were Friendship guests a lifelong quest is finally completed just didn't connect new book nothing good time the spectacular rise and fall of metal is finally out long-term listeners will have had about its elephants pregnancy and I can report is a right relic read about some absolutely terrible music lots of colorful characters and amazing stories just quit welcome and congratulations. How does it fail to finally release your Chinese democracy probably like axel values do twin Chani, smokes funding came out you bicycling sign and put White Tillman. All went salted new suit full night as friends and bandmates m night. Spain. Let's say the response to it as being vaseline excess of was expecting hugged people I think. Probably with Craig with the magazine podcast any. Creative project by the time he gets the points not you put it out the door. You essentially got like I need to none no carry more central. I'm sick applauding satellites staying out just won't delete possible. I? Weighed into right away you're not Christ I called thirty minute now Princess Board obliges. career jeopardizing law but was. Willing a COUPLA Your Neil maccormick single. Out. Missiles. peepers. Step out to the side of the equation Bucks Touch Wood. Old people who sort of opinions or trust seek the being very good ole. ECONO- reviews for moderating groups than people that have been great Yet I'm hoping it will be the start of as critical of the nation of metal. We're GONNA talk about and minute, but I ask just into the emblematic glam metal track to to put the listeners in the mid. What have you chosen just in we're GONNA have to go with. Very. Cognizant of your delegates no mental dumps. Lloyd Andrew. Such. On stage whilst on stage Italian titles, Grim Reaper Instead of going with Motley, crue one, thousand, nine, hundred cakes out my heart that's getting the boot. To, just the book has been going down really really well, other loads of classic by metal is out there in the kind of intelligence you've been incapable of acknowledging that secrets the salted seeker interest in this poodle head for argyle it's your chronicling. The Foam of thank and that was if that was talked of the rational stop in the book. Credit. Project. With a very simple idea and mine was simply sort of very clear memory because it's not like I'm not lot about Tom causing he's like itchy remember stuff from the time I was right in the middle of as eleven year. And our member Mexico's and. They, stop with top tenuous selling out The best part but that guy? I'm took helping compensation. So sensitive once he never hear someone say is John Wall was massively into in in one, hundred, Ninety, seven or. Awful like wasp around until. Someone. Bait. Lottery. Aware of these pair where have all the bootboys gone united? Way recently suffered the mole people fights about you know people do jobs like Austin unite various franchise fake I o in Boston full gums arrived shot battle jackets whatever. As something that actually there is a. Consistency people out at the. Time, it was much more popular. Really. The argued the book was the. Wanted to go beyond that because essentially johnny trying to reach out to people who liked the music that now? You're putting up a bit of garden and essentially just become nets. In. Who Remember spangles who members white? Okay. It's it's not stated falling twelve. I'm ready to challenge walls. Brady could our reach out to someone lot yet paid will listen to this stuff in a month Sundays and explain why he stuff wolf creativity relevance and country interesting while the good news is succeeded because I enjoyed it enormously absolutely correct I would I if these bounds a planet and my God Not Close The curtains but it's so so well written and so phony as well as a couple of bits of other read out this is. What we creek cruise routes were in squalor sleaze of the hard grind trying to interest by crowds in bound too late for the same that inspired them but too early what would eventually coalesce around them in their early photos? They just look ill. So cheeks matic, top heavy coats, daylight locking aviators, and a greasy gets up of leather enlightenment which they appear to have been sewn into Windsor late Medieval Peasants Satchel. Let's call quality rising that just you get great outlets mice. As much as anyone cabinet studies. To eight lends itself very well to. That conroy because one of the crucial thing about what becomes methylated It happens when it does because it's a visual medium as it's a sonic medium and unlike these poignant, very early in Berkeley the book is that without him none of this would have happened. On the vans could adapt to MTV but left behind in the seventies. So as a result, it has this kind of call. Tony Visual aspect to it I don't see them pump the challenges of right because you have to bring that to life on the Pike So. That was raided mice. Paul is trying to convey and find new ways to describe base a riot, incite get ups and. Looks at Evan's had where I really liked about it is that it's as you say, it's not just with the funny hair and ridiculous people are in they're all alcoholics and drug addicts you pull off the feat of being able to discuss DEF leppard as a musical groundbreaking and a work of art in the kind of granular level of production in some rights which I found absolutely fascinating and also you get the darkness and horror of guns and roses when mates anal- what they're saying about the society around them, which I thought was actually properly good social history of the likelihood I felt like that a black spot in my music education have been filled in. And a.

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More Shows To Watch If You Liked HBO's Watchmen

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

04:42 min | 9 months 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 The Paste Podcast

The Paste Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

"I'm your host Josh Jackson, and you just heard a little bit of the gutter from cohesion Cambria, you can hear an exclusive live performance of the song at the end of the podcast, but this week is all about. Good omens the new TV series from Amazon about angels and demons and the end times. And it's hilarious you'll hear from author and executive producer, Neil Gaiman, as well as cast members Jon Hamm, David Tennant and Michael Shane just a bit. I got a preview of the entire accepts owed series and just binged right through it. A lot of fun. David Tennant as the demon Crowley, and Michael sheen as the angel zero fail. Have a wonderful chemistry together, as you would imagine from those two wonderful actors, they play to higher beings more interested in the joys of humanity than the coming war that threatens to wipe it out. Neil Gaiman wrote the series of the late Terry practice it, and he's been waiting a long time to see it make it to the screen since Terry Gillam tried to make it into a movie more than a decade ago and Hollywood being Hollywood, and Terry Gillam kind of having the luck that Terry Gilliam has on getting things made sometimes the just did not work out. But here we have a wonderful version of the story that goes from, from the beginning of time through the end times and. You just haven't really seen anything quite like it on television. The series cast is ridiculously deep with Jon Hamm as the archangel Gabriel. You've got Francis McDormand and bidden Benedict Cumberbatch is the voices of God, and Satan, plus Nick Offerman, maranda Richardson, Michael mckeon, and on, and on, and on the show, debuts on Amazon prime tomorrow may thirty first pastes carry Lum, talked to Neil Gaiman, and Jon Hamm, and very briefly, David Tennant, and Michael Shane earlier the spring, at south by southwest and Austin, Texas, so little crazy at south by, so you'll you'll get a feel for that in the center view. Here's I carry with Neil, John. Jerry, john. Well, thanks for talking to me. Of course, what is your outlet pace magazine coast. Yeah, Swedish culture news. So if you can believe it I had not read your book, and I asked for a screener of this show, and they didn't have one what I did last night. Aurangabad. Aurangabad. Trailer. Did they have anything to show you any trailer? So I had to just go by that. And I was like a chance to read the book..

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"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"We're talking about, you know, the wildest craziest stuff. So, you know, it's never personal and the minute against personal you nip that in the bud. Yeah, you say, hey, is that what you mean? Because that's what it sounded quite good at keeping host keeping between your you have to you have to because, you know you on one hand, you have a media and social. Media that goes beserk they hate each other, and this one hates this one. It's like you're not here. You have no idea what's going on here. And it seems to be only women that they do this with they don't seem to do it with man. Right. You know, five guys, you know, having you know, while they're all opinionated and great with women. It's like. Oh, spare chess. Right. You know, it's like it's kind of like little limited and thanking okay? You know what do you think that is? What do you think? Women get tougher time about that. What, what do we know what do we know like society of women disagree with each other? Well, I think it's, it's more we've seen a lot of movies and television shows where, you know, women, you know, women are talking to each other and suddenly, you have a bunch of chickens. You know, or you get that, that vibe that if you get passionate that you're just, you know, you just need to calm down, like no just we're passionate all you getting hysterical. You know they love to say women are hysterical. Well, sometimes, but MENA hysterical is well, yes, it's something this ascribed to man as now. No. It's never and I don't I'm not sure why that is. But I know that it's probably thousands of years of this, you know, with this is what women on. This is what men are, you know, this is twenty nineteen men and women are really interesting and fluid. And you know, you just never know what you're going to get. So you have to take everybody on an individual basis. I this is my hope. Yeah. Well, that's overnight. Thank you to all the gas to been so onus, so funny, and so open. Thanks you Georgia. You'll very welcome. Thanks to ever know there for listening. It's been a pleasure, cenex time to land to you now. David Tennant does poed cost with is something else. No mystery production for juiced, edited by James deacon. Additional production from Chris Skinner Steve Ackerman. Sarah comment, Joe Gibbs. Dave king, Joel Freeman on Georgia Tennant..

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"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"And then and then I think within a fairly short space of time. He said, I think we've gone, David. And we both got very excited about that. And then all these extraordinary people's. And then and then off we. Well, he clicked people. So he'll just go. Yeah. Phoned up Francaise McDormand, she's up for you. What? Yeah. I E mail, Jon Hamm. Yeah. Yeah. And you realize how beloved yes, it is workers. And I think we would both recognize that good omens is one of the most beloved of all of Neal's. Yes, I had never been tuned into anything. Yeah. And so the kind of responsibility of that. I mean for me for someone who has been a fan of him a fan of the book for so. Yeah. You know, I can empathize with all the fans out there will I go they'd been fuck this up. This better be good. And I have not pardon me. But then, of course, the other part of me is I but I'm wondering why. So I feel that responsibility as well. But we have Neil onsite. Yes. Well, Neil be in the show run. Yeah. I think it takes. Yeah. Yeah. You feel like you're in safe. We think note that the world has seen it yet. No. I know. But it was a it's been a it's been a joy to what with you on it. Oh my God. I can't wait for the world to see. Well, I mean, I it's the only, you know, I've done a few things where you know. There are two people. It's a double act. Yeah. I frost Nixon mall show on the Queen I suppose in some ways. But and I've done it. I'm a day. One of this is the only thing I've done where I I really don't think of it as Mike character, or you know, my performances, I think of it totally as us two of us. They I I do is defined by what you do. And I'm not on that was such a joy to have that experience, and it made it so much easier in a way as well. I find because you don't feel like you're on your own like, it's totally us together doing this. And the two characters totally complimented each other and the experience of doing it was just a real joy. Well, I hope the world is as excited. To see it as we have to talk about, you know, there's a having talked about earlier there's another bit from the wasteland where is the line, which which goes these fragments I have shored against my ruin, and this is how I think about life. Now, there is so much in life. No matter what you circus does. No matter why you know, where you go. What you've done how much money you got all lives hard. You can you know, it can take you down at any point. You have to find this stuff. You have to like find things that will judge these fragments that you hold yourself. They become like a life raft on especially as time goes on. I think you know, as I've got older, I realized it is a thin line between being surviving this life and going under and the things that keep you afloat these fragments these things a meaningful to you. And most meaningful to you will be not meaningful to someone else. You know? But whatever it is the mass to you. It doesn't matter what it was your into in your teenager. It doesn't matter what it is. Going plane them and find some way to like hold them close to you make it like going dead it because those are the things that keep you afloat. They really are like doing that with him or whatever it is. It's it's. These are the fragments that have short against my ruin, absolutely lovely, Michael. Thank you so much. Thank you for talking today and for being here. Daas pleasure. Thank you. David Tennant does a podcast with is a something else. A no mystery production. Produced an edited by James deacon. Additional production from Chris Skinner Steve Ackerman. Sarah Kumnit poll, roost, Thome caning and Georgia Tennant..

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

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03:32 min | 2 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

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01:03 min | 2 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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David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"I think my second day of filming I beat the number of two camera setups from any director, an our. In the marvel universe at that point out of the four shows daredevils. Yeah, I had sixty seven to camera setups in one day. Dot it's fast that is fast. But it was it was stunts. Okay. It was like a it was an action sequence my second day of filming my second day, and my first AD went down with heatstroke. So we have our storyboards, and I can't fight them. Like, all right. I got my story. It was wax mind. But he's like a time. He doesn't go down. He went down with heatstroke. Wow. By the way, he's the one in the morning did like the safety meeting because it was so hot that day, we're outside. He does the safety meeting on like what to look out for with he'd stroz up like like wax. You're having all of those things that you said to look out for when he was gone. Wow. Yeah. But then again for you. That's like, okay. I've got to deal with us. I'll step hoping it hardly after season. One of Jessica Jones, seemingly the blue you've written a novel. Yeah, I've been way when do you still rise you? Around that took years to write it, and it was so much work. I'm never gonna never going to downplay that ridiculous amount of work. Right. Still kinda can't believe I did do one been bubbling for a long time the idea bubbling furlong, okay, because I just felt like could you'd never mentioned something. Oh, yeah. Real Noval fill it. You just turned it right in a week now. No now, it was an idea that I had been developing as a pilot. Oh, I see couldn't it wasn't really getting a lot of interest from agency. It was which is not enough that they thought they could sell it. Right. Okay. Yeah. There's a challenge. Yeah. I go to Jessica Jones's apar- the takes law books as lead rules complex. It's she's powerful invulnerable. She's using critic. She's it's your own show on a big important network. Do you worry that whatever happens next will feel inferior? Yeah. Right. Yeah. I guess the the thing is to just try to do something very different as what I wanted to do after don't trust. The b honestly. Yes. Who knows after don't trust? The b I thought I would never find apart as that. I thought I would net anything after that would be inferior. And ended up not being the case. So I don't think so I don't know. I don't know if you enjoy the uncertainty. It'll is there is the thrill in the or would you rather have the control and know what was coming? So a little immature clean because I do all these other things I actually like having a little bit of time to have to be free and come up with other ideas. Roy I like to have time for myself take care of myself so somewhere in between the two would you ever end up on Bucknell formed? You think I mean is is there a sort of quiet life? I think there's something in there. Yeah. Yeah. A way to. Split that up. I do love nature. I'm say, I would love to have this is so ridiculous. I love to have my own sheep. So I can ROY share them in the wool sweaters. Should what a dream cotija industry? Why? No. Well, I've no doubt. You'll be doing extraordinary things wherever they may be Christian. Thank you for being here today. Thanks for having me what a fun podcast. That's it. David Tennant does a poet cast. With is a something else. A no mystery production produced by James deacon at edited by showing daily additional production from Chris Skinner, Steve Ackerman. Sarah cabinet, Joe Gibbs. Dave king Jake Valentine, Joel Freeman Mike Cerrone and Georgia Tennant. Next time. I've never been more. Sure of an idea EPA Ray. I didn't know is that no one would want to do it. I didn't notice that what he would ask every single recording artists on the planet, and they would all say, no.

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David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"It's the direct that we used to play with the tip recorder when you were a kid and listen Bhagwat doll. Yeah. That's how I signed. David Tennant does oppose cast with. Catherine tate. You've just finished a big tour and West End run all the Catherine Tate show. I have. Yeah. Fill the characters you've been doing far some of them for like fifteen twenty years. Definitely not. Twenty years. No, paul. Sure. No. It's definitely not partly because you know, went onto the TV show. I never really done any. Gino predates did. I mean, I did the old lady character of of it doing stand up, so probably not. But I never came out as a character in stand up, but I used to do the old lady voice, right? When I was in not reporting. Ego. Just Abon to maybe. Yeah. That was the first time you'd sort of taken own tour like that. Yes. I should have done it long time ago. But I didn't you know. And then when they said, would you want to think anyone's gonna Carol remember what he did then they did not as lovely and now I can put it to bed because it was all new material. But it yes is existing is that does it feel at the end of a chapter in the beginning of a new. Oh, yeah. A new chapter where as I've said before if I carry on doing it, I will need prosthetic for the teenager. No possessively did. You did too little with Oprah cities. That was just it was like to see cause because the only time I felt self conscious about it was in the West End because before that we've been playing such much bigger venues, and we realized you you couldn't do the intricate percentage that takes an hour and a half on and all the kind of crew versions that pulled over your head that we tried photo types of prototypes. Over other. Just didn't work. I looked like Hannibal Lecter in them. And it was more disorientating than actually beyond the first three rows, you couldn't notice anyway in most of the venues, we replying apart from the fact that when I walked through the audience because I come in. Strangely. They kept going when I was walking through the audience to everyone. I kept hang on. And you look so young. And I'm not sure sure don't draw such nets had to lift. It was it was just practicality. And you realized it was the live version of the yard. And in a Big Ben you can have. Kind of silhouettes with the hair in the. I mean, the process does an awful lot. I mean, obviously, it's absolutely far more. Farmers country. When people don't realize you're not wearing quite did. You did you vanity take ahead? Apparently, I can get away with apparently Marion we'd know was. How was? It was sort of a greatest hits too. It wasn't it. You're kind of. Yes. But none of the material. No all those characters. I mean, people will sort of waiting the characters that they love. Yeah. Do you see as a way of saying goodbye to those carts? Yes. Nazi nervous designated. No, no, never say. Never because I'm actually I've written a an film fantastic. Which is great vise. An I do think that's probably the one. That's as we locked in the business got the legs to carry on. And I think it's probably the most popular character after many years. I've used I've not doing it doing none specials of suddenly coming back and go to remember this. Yeah. Great. But I'm not I'm not in any way sentimental about work. So I leave a job and go yet. That was nice. I don't even the lead characters are even though these characters from us. Yeah. Absolutely. And I'm glad that they're there. And I I've loved doing them, and I'm so grateful and appreciative that people still love them by never held onto them. I hope I go out and Siam above again or anything like that it gone. Did they sort of? Haunt. You can have you almost play with that. When you do Lauren the school go-carts are on in the shoe you play with the bet regard. I ain't saying it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Play with people's expectation. A sense..

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04:16 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"But I don't like to pretend. I mean, I think Reese Witherspoon really goes improperly produces thing. She finds she reads like crazy. She finds stuff she goes out. She puts it together. I think she is in there in a day to day way that I am not. And so I will produce in the way that makes sense to me. But I don't like to pretend like I'm. Something I'm not, right. So what does producing mean to you? Then I mean, put it together. And I read all the writer stuff than I ever been really involved in pitches in the outlines in the whatever. But I'm there's like there's another layer deeper that I that I probably could be going that I've passed off to other people Royd. So you do have doing more of that in the future though developing things can of being a bit more the past. I'd like developing, but I find that you can spend all your time developing or you can spend your time doing save the children. You can't do both. Yeah. And I would rather work for save. And I what I like is when someone nice like Reese hands me, a completed thing and says do you want to be in this? I see I'm I'm lazy in that way. I think to what is the plod where do you? What are you would? You. Imagine yourself going on to do or do you don't do that a plan to you plan? No. No. But I love asking other people that really never had a plan K ended. I didn't plan to move to New York. I moved to New York. It didn't plan to move to LA. I moved Elliot. I don't plan and plan anything. Well, let's see what is my plan. David will you after you finish yesterday? I don't know. I'm ready to be back on set. I do start to feel pull once I've been home with kids long enough. I find that word sounds, really lovely. Sure. Sure. But basically, you you live in the moment that you're living day today 'cause you're bringing up three kids, which is quite the moment. Yes. Really bringing up three kids. Yeah. And if I can escape and work a little bit Hallelujah. Well, Jen, thank you so much for having as lovely home. It seems like this podcast is coming to an end. I thought yeah. Yeah. You're reading the queues just gently gently. Is no midnight. So. It's ten ten quick started to panic. The clock will go up. I know it's time to go to bed. I have so many things I want to ask you you can do that. But we'll switch the bike phone. Oh, okay. Oh, isn't that? Nice. When you. Ask questions. Oh, you will come David. Thank you. David Tennant does uphold cast with is a something else. A no mystery production produced an edited by James deacon. Additional production from Chris Skinner Steve Ackerman. Sarah, comet Joe Gibbs, Dave king, Joel Freeman and Georgia Tennant. Next time what the nuns had with prostitutes. All costs you shit on three prostitutes. Right. And I didn't. There was different. There are different jobs. If you're a fan of this is us, we'll have I got a new show for you. We are we talking about the village. Yeah. We are not enough. You've seen the promos. But in one of them. This guy tells his wife, you're an organ in my body if you fail I fail who was only the promo and they got me. Yeah. When it's the full episode. You're going to be a wreck oh in loving every moment of it. And you won't be alone. Don't miss the premiere of the village. Tuesdays starting March nineteenth after this is us on NBC cry. Yeah. Yeah.

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David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"The minor strike in the eighties the poll tax and early nineties the Iraq in the beginning of the century. And it really is is sad. If these divisions are going to continue and the polarization continue because what's actually happening is people are accusing each other. Portrayal becomes a poisonous toxic debate. So I think everybody who's in public life or go to make an effort to listen to people and to see what can actually bring us together again because Britain is more than a collection of remain leave Oaters Britain is actually people who have shared volume they've gone mutual interests and common goals, and we've gotta find a way of bringing people together. Again, Don, thank you very much. David Tennant doesn't pulled cast with is something else. A no mystery production. Produced an edited by James deacon. Additional production from Chris Skinner Steve Ackerman. Sarah, let Joe Gibbs Joe Freeman and Georgia Tennant. Next time, David akin believe you're interviewing. Pajamas? Past my bedtime. Vodka for the love of Pete. I'm she's a whiz..

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David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"The new comes. Wonderful. Yes. The world's become a better place. Forget people in this country. So whatever else is happening. You know, whatever current preoccupations seems to suggest that the world's going in the wrong direction. When I look around. What's wrong with us -ociety at least at one we got this, right? A Northern Ireland accepts two men. Two women can get married mission accomplished as far as the lost. Have you been involved in a campaign? No, not not like that new note with what what about those food packing of nothing vote. I got my phone hats a bit. Yes. Yes. We were doing about it. Yes. The corden courts apologize and Brit rule is check and all that sort of stuff when you must've felt that that's what you will do just on your own behalf. No, absolutely. And that's why I wanted to precipitate. Yeah. One tiny thing. Do I want to get on the wrong side of these newspapers because they can make your life? How you think it's important that I do because the shouldn't be allowed to continue and you have to eventually take stones trying, but I don't feel like that. That didn't wasn't going to partake impact on my. Life. I don't suppose. I mean, I it seems to me that when you when you came out. There was a suggestion that an actor coming out then would in some way torpedo their career, which didn't happen to you at all. But was that how mccown? Yeah, they used to say you'll never get reelected to parliament as tone, suits, your guy. Not sure in fact, usually sitting MP's who come out increase the majority often against the trend because the locals like the fact they've got an honest. Oh, you can't be a teacher. If you're a guy, you can't be a priest. If you're McKay, apparently, you can't play soccer if you're up against the case, doesn't I it? I mean. mean, it's the same argument. The there won't take the audience won't have it. But yes, they will. Give. A thick. They want it to be good at what you do. It did the want you to skull the go. Where do you think that people are still actors now who don't who choose not to come on? Do you feel about them? Would you encourage them always to do? So. Well, I know the behalf that might be. But I won't be the next Tom Cruise, and anyone you're going to be the next Tom Cruise it might be. But there's an awful lot of other people might be as well. What's so important about acting that you're live a lie? How could big successful becoming sation for that you worrying every day that someone's going to get you. Some good snap a photograph of you. And then you're not good to be the next Tom Cruise. Does it sort of three or four successful romantic the? But then they one time in Hollywood. Why would you be? You know? Oh, good becoming a gay Asian become Gager right to become a game design to become a master have become a gay drama teacher. Come out on your carry on. No. But most most of my family's from women. Right. The love. I remember love from woman stated discover that you. She said you be my fantasy sex all these years. Now, what am I what am I saying says ridiculous found you can carry on bay fast? So he answered the question up -solutely. It's perfectly possible to to openly guy a not stuck with playing on the gay part. That's That's true. true. I feel like we've well. Much of a conversation. I've been on. And that's what is that. Right. Of course. It has you much more understanding me up. I thank you very much for doing this. And it's been fascinating. Thank you for your insight. Undertake, yitzi. And everything else. And thank you for being so generous to tie meant the world. But let's easy easy. Thank you for today. This not at all. David Tennant does a podcast with is a something else. A no mystery production for juiced an edited by James deacon. Additional production from Chris Skinner Steve Ackerman. Sarah cabinet, Joe Gibbs, Joel Freeman and Georgia Tennant. Next time. Jennifer, Saunders camly Kate moss. Gwendolyn Christie me Lulu all these people walk into the pub and the deuce is like, wait. What happened here?

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David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"I'm doing a tour of London, I'm doing twelve citizen. Great come into Ascension Day, you hope so Hammersmith have homage necessity. Will we'll come. Yeah. Bespoke Caufield of my would you do? You've kept very Trinh member. We were doing that radio. Great. That's what it is. 'cause we did the radio play. You were on funny. Green smoothies and things weren't you? All right. You didn't stick with that? Seeing in this lovely room looking at some beautiful paintings sitting room nece it. See why Alex? With. David Tennant does uphold cast with. In mcallen. Ian, thank you for being here. Thank you for welcoming is in to your beautiful pressure. Yeah. Sunday. I came to see you recently plinking Lia in the West End, you very generously. Welcome does by stage afterwards, I brought my sixteen year old son Thai who's just starting out on his acting career. A you're very kind to him. He was suitably. And all of course, as we left. You said something to him like always take the difficult parts is that something you feel that you've aimed to do when I decided to chime become a professional actor university with a lot of others who wanted to do the same thing Cambridge and the nineteen sixties were welded. A lot of amateur actor, you know, undergraduate groups Shakespeare, lots of new pleasant you could act a lot and I did over twenty productions of three s but once I decided I was going to become a professional. Well, I've got to stop playing these character positive usually get play my own age because that's what I'm going to have to do. And if I become a pro that was a challenge because I find it extremely difficult to be myself. I think what I was emotionally looking for enacting must not be myself. Being in disguise. You might have been something to do with being at a time. When you didn't say you again and held it close to your heart. And I think perhaps I thought the defy was not wearing some disguise make up some wig some false knows some costume that. I might reveal something that I didn't want to reveal. I don't know quite what it was. But at that was a challenge and for years, I found it difficult to just be myself use my own voice. And yet believe I'm somebody else. Well, of course, that's the way. You learn isn't it if you do something, you don't think you can do you have to work hard at it and come up with monsters, whatever the pump IB or whatever the style that you're trying to capture. So I found that was a rule the type of informally kept to the if there's a part that comes along the so wizard, for example, for example. Should there be such a prize? It's most of when I think of the player was another another wizard admit, but if I felt that I did then that would be a good challenge. But on the whole if I've done it, and I felt it was okay. Then I'd rather do something that I was nervous about an would need help in achieving and would feel as a result. If I brought it off. Oh, well that mission accomplished. Whether there was a success with critics or all all the public would be that would be a bonus. So if I advised tied to do the same thing, I suppose it was and the hotel de might want to be an actor like I am Ron that other sorts of actor, which I'm not one who happily and brilliantly of themselves over and over and over again or settle on some cat. Some like, Hugh Grant or Cary Grant for that matter. Who wants to go and see a movie when categorizes disguised? I mean. That's not the point you, more Cary Grant, more Hugh Grant, I've had when I'm not let that I'd rather be the one who comes on Ben's McKellen coming on. But he's been there for fifty minutes. So you feel that you're succeeding when you're in disguised in some way, when you're subsumed will it's easier..

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David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Great. Okay. You. Oh, all manner of ocean. No matter of lies taking into that. Very. Well, I'm sure there enough of my forward to you puncturing, some myths. Yes, there are a lot of them very strange things that you think will if you clear it up nine hundred thousand times. Yeah. It continues to pop things on those. And and I yes, yes. And then you can't get annoyed because it's just like fuck. Yeah. Sorry. Fuck fine. Okay. It's all good. I think pulled customer interesting for scattered with profanity. Well, it's more fun. Get a really good, you know bastard, nicely. Yeah. Yeah. Most people don't know. How to do it though, though? No, it just spew. Yeah. I think when you're really talking with colorful language as they like to call it. I think it's really important that you have a good time with. Yes, incubator. Well, yeah. Think of the words that people use all the time whereas stupid like that's not a word that has any flexibility. Yeah. He can't say stupid with a smile. Yeah. It's really hard. But you can say fuck with a smile. David Tennant does uphold cast with. We'll be Gomer. Whippy? Thank you for. Pleasure. So delighted and so if there was some fun to see dinner party that you went to where by some miracle. Somebody didn't know who you were how do you currently describe yourself? What do you say? Your job is these days. Oh, it's pretty basic. I just say, yeah. Sometimes I make movies sometimes among TV just do a lot of different stuff. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause this is not one thing that I do know. So I have been a baby maker, you know, been many things ex wife wife often, do you meet someone who doesn't know you are not very often. No, not very often. But you know, as long as they're a little kids and Sesame Street kids will know me. As long as they have access to that. Or you know, teenage mutant ninja turtles. Of course there too. So I'm kind of like a foreigner dust storm. I'm just kind of in the zeitgeist. Ubiquitous. I am semi big. A long time now for like more than half of your life all year. Probably. Yeah. Probably you get used to that. You think do you get fail with just being you who you are goes before you everywhere you go. Well, you know, when I leave the house when I leave my house. I know I'm going outside as what go over right has people. That's what they say. Yeah. When I'm home, I'm like, you know, just far McFarland. I'm dropping staff know feed my cat. I'm sitting around I'm scratching my behind. But I know that when I go out I have to try to present for folks that thing they hope that I am you have to be careful. I once when my daughter was little she really love this one actor, and we were in some store in LA, and he was in there. And she was like wanna go up, and I want to say, it's really good. 'cause she was she was sweating. She was Clem too. Because this was a big deal. I heard prep to sell up, and she got herself together. And then she went over, and then she was back really fast. That's what's the matter. She said, I let's go, and I was like what's the matter? And she said, well, it's just I don't think he was happy that I came over. And so years go by and I don't run into the guy, but I run into him at this. Take your event that. And he says can I ask you question? I was like, yeah. He said, I know this is going to sound crazy..

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"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Great. Okay. You. Oh, all manner of ocean. No matter of lies taking into that. Very. Well, I'm sure there enough of my forward to you puncturing, some myths. Yes, there are a lot of them very strange things that you think will if you clear it up nine hundred thousand times. Yeah. It continues to pop things on those. And and I yes, yes. And then you can't get annoyed because it's just like fuck. Yeah. Sorry. Fuck fine. Okay. It's all good. I think pulled customer interesting for scattered with profanity. Well, it's more fun. Get a really good, you know bastard, nicely. Yeah. Yeah. Most people don't know. How to do it though, though? No, it just spew. Yeah. I think when you're really talking with colorful language as they like to call it. I think it's really important that you have a good time with. Yes, incubator. Well, yeah. Think of the words that people use all the time whereas stupid like that's not a word that has any flexibility. Yeah. He can't say stupid with a smile. Yeah. It's really hard. But you can say fuck with a smile. David Tennant does uphold cast with. We'll be Gomer. Whippy? Thank you for. Pleasure. So delighted and so if there was some fun to see dinner party that you went to where by some miracle. Somebody didn't know who you were how do you currently describe yourself? What do you say? Your job is these days. Oh, it's pretty basic. I just say, yeah. Sometimes I make movies sometimes among TV just do a lot of different stuff. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause this is not one thing that I do know. So I have been a baby maker, you know, been many things ex wife wife often, do you meet someone who doesn't know you are not very often. No, not very often. But you know, as long as they're a little kids and Sesame Street kids will know me. As long as they have access to that. Or you know, teenage mutant ninja turtles. Of course there too. So I'm kind of like a foreigner dust storm. I'm just kind of in the zeitgeist. Ubiquitous. I am semi big. A long time now for like more than half of your life all year. Probably. Yeah. Probably you get used to that. You think do you get fail with just being you who you are goes before you everywhere you go. Well, you know, when I leave the house when I leave my house. I know I'm going outside as what go over right has people. That's what they say. Yeah. When I'm home, I'm like, you know, just far McFarland. I'm dropping staff know feed my cat. I'm sitting around I'm scratching my behind. But I know that when I go out I have to try to present for folks that thing they hope that I am you have to be careful. I once when my daughter was little she really love this one actor, and we were in some store in LA, and he was in there. And she was like wanna go up, and I want to say, it's really good. 'cause she was she was sweating. She was Clem too. Because this was a big deal. I heard prep to sell up, and she got herself together. And then she went over, and then she was back really fast. That's what's the matter. She said, I let's go, and I was like what's the matter? And she said, well, it's just I don't think he was happy that I came over. And so years go by and I don't run into the guy, but I run into him at this. Take your event that. And he says can I ask you question? I was like, yeah. He said, I know this is going to sound crazy..

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

podnews

02:07 min | 2 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 | 2 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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"david tennant" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Two days when saga offering we'd been beaten and then i find there's a loophole side i really don't but i'm fully paidup sue there's a loophole at somebody because it's america to then to court and said this is my legal name you can't make me change my name from my legal name one case so there's a loophole that if it's your legal they can't make you change it so i changed by name david tennant legally so that i could remain david tennant on both that they all spent so that you'd have to come here and be like david a tenant yeah should have been so bizarre but it presumably means does another david tennant working somewhere in the industry did you never look up to see you find anything but i you know i i'm sure he's huge accessible googling skills could find it but but yeah i probably so yeah have you ever met bria petraeus's fan do i want to pay your boy stein tastic never met new tenant really why is that he's by actual follow i feel like there's someone i feel like it'd be the probably the graham norton show like if the graham norton show wind of that he would get neil tennant to come on it would be very underwhelmed by the whole thing i don't know how you feel about he seems very cool he seems he's on smoking with me he says well yes he probably was pretty cool because i think if i remember correctly he was basically a music critic and they add.

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"david tennant" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Hard to believe in scotland what are the whole of britain already of your cat so i thought dona higher i didn't know any actress how'd you change your name so i leafed through a copy as mush it and i i i was david brandon remember kirk brandon spear of destiny why would you oh joe don't you'll never take me alive oh my god no this yeah i get clearance for that i think i think it'd be like could you please sing more we really need to sing more i joyce which would have been better for medical cost lists of much value david orion jets taken a you're a be if you're going to change your name david i are aardvark aardvark amazing i did that person that tenant was my second choice and dot are there was obviously a david brandon as well so i or seeking by through the post your name is david tennant i remember going off i don't necessarily with different thank and then after a while you get used to do you think of yourself as a tenant or mcdonagh attendant you are you because when i give to america to arc there's another actually a different actors unit here and they already had a david ten so then you shouldn't he said you'll have to gingerly happen working or tank shares i'm not i wouldn't i'm not george clooney but people have added made it's going to be really weird that i've got different even to the name i've got my home and i went to actress equity in britain none of them are going to thank you for telling the story went to actress actually britain and can you sort of course it is ridiculous they're never gonna be able to make your name to come back.

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"david tennant" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"david tennant" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Welcome to the podcast number nine fifty seven i'm very excited about this particular podcast but i'll get to that in a second because let's talk about you the ten to community the community cork board what you can submit stuff to our very own producer extraordinaire katie levine at cork boarded id ten t dot com kale rights are clothing company thank you worldwide is an attempt to share a lifestyle and the positive feeling we all get after a day of doing what we love most importantly it's a reminder nuts take ourselves too seriously and be thankful as a skateboarding brand our mission is to show the world the positive side of skateboarding provided create a platform for skateboarders musicians and artists to express themselves through collaboration law creating highquality clothing in the process people can check out our stuff thank you ww dot com get twenty percent off if use the offer code id ten t very nice of you kale also with so many shows to watch games to play how do you know what's worth your time but now there's a weekly web series called stream economy to help you figure out what to watch and what to pass on actually escaped talks about i love ashley she's great talks about all the weekly news and pop culture while reminding you to buy or sell for viewers on shows and games check it out every friday on youtube dot com slash seen that well done actually escaped a let's see oh i don't know i guess david tennant has returned to the pug gus david tennant who what i don't know might have just been the tenth doctor in a small british series but the doctor who he was on in twenty eleven and i was i was over in in london got to chat with him and yet he's a frigging great guy i mean just the best dude that you would want him to be in real life so he came over to the house and i posted a picture on instagram lights obama's at hardwick i post picture on instagram of us 'cause i'm at tartus in the house and i was very.

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