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"elizabeth sam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Jen White, the new host of one A right now We've got a lot to talk about. Let's write our next chapter together. I hope you'll join me and my great guests next time on one a One a coming up tonight at nine o'clock. Right now. In the half Moon Bay. It's 64 degrees 73 Valeo and in Napa, the current temperature is 84 degrees. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm married Louise Kelly. It is one of the most intimate and complicated relationships around and for many women, and yes, it is mostly women. It's an all important one. I'm talking about the relationship between a mother And her child's caregiver, and that is the relationship at the heart of author J. Courtney Sullivan's new novel, Friends and Strangers. Jaye. Courtney Sullivan joins us now welcome Thank you so much for having me Why this particular relationship at the heart of your story? Well, I as a young woman as a teenager, I was a baby sitter and my senior year of college in particular, I took care of a little baby whose family had just moved to western Massachusetts from New York City and her mother and I grew very closed. But as tends to happen with those relationships, we did fall out of touch and 10 years later, I was back at Smith to give a reading from one of my books and I came out to the street and I was standing at the crosswalk. The car pulled up and behind the wheel of the car was this woman Who I had been set for, and I was waving frantically like, hi, It's me, and she had no idea who I wass. Ah, I went back to New York that night was telling a friend the story who is also a novelist, and she said, Oh, that should be your next book. But I wasn't really sure what I say. And it wasn't until several years later, when I was pregnant with my first child that I started thinking I might want Teo write it because suddenly I had been kind of both women, the mother and the baby sitter. Right. Well, that's so interesting because I thought you were going to tell me how much you identified with one of the central characters in this book with Elizabeth, who is the older one. Who's the mom and the writer. On. She's just moved from Brooklyn. And I will note that you are a mom and a writer and you live in Brooklyn, and I thought that was going to be where you where you identified with it, And that's interesting. You're telling me that the initial kind of noodling on this in your head was going on based on your experience. As the younger woman is the baby sitter in this relationship in your book, It's It's a young woman named Sam, who's a student at the local college and you identify with both of them. It sounds like in very different ways. I absolutely dio. You know, In some ways, I think when you have a friendship between women of different ages, there's a sense of wanting to help the younger woman. Avoid the mistakes you've made. But they're not those kind of mistakes. They're the ones you have to make on your own to really figure out. What is coming, all right, so themes. They're a friendship of motherhood. I want to shift you to another one that struck me throughout the book, which is the theme of Priviledge Elizabeth comes from money on and it blinds her makes her insensitive in some ways to Sam. And what Sam needs also makes her blind tio her in laws and the financial troubles they face. But why was that something you wanted to explore? Well from the very beginning of thinking about this book. I knew that class would play a big role in the story. And, you know, in many ways, this is a book about the gig economy, the shrinking safety net sort of weight of student loan debt and other forms of economic hardship on young people, and certainly also the notion that privilege takes many forms. So Elizabeth is someone who comes from a lot of money. She has not accepted her family money and therefore feels that she's sort of really above it and views herself actually, as cells made, even though she really isn't But even Sam, you know, sort of wrestles with the fact that Although she is saddled with a lot of student loan that and a lot of other things, her education is a form of privilege. Her citizenship is a form of privilege, so I think both of them really kind of wrestle with that. It really resonates this theme in this moment when so many of us are examining the blind spots that are privilege might create whether it's class, whether it's race, and that is an uncomfortable thing to do. I wonder. Was it uncomfortable too, right? I don't know that it was uncomfortable because it is so much a part of our culture right now. So you know, I feel like I couldn't have written anything else in this particular moment. Really, You know, there's a real push back in the book from Elizabeth's father in law, George that This country has been emphasizing now for so long, the individual and if you've lost your business, as George has in the book, you must have done something wrong where, Actually it's the systems of power and wealth that are very much stacked against the average person. I think we're seeing that come to bear when this pandemic occurs, and for people who have A great job and a salary and a health insurance. They may be. They still have that even though they're working from their kitchen table, But there are millions of people who just lost their jobs in a blink. I mean, one thing I love that you play with so is that it's not just Elizabeth Sam..

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"elizabeth sam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cops general approaches to hang back monitor prevent violence on brexit night the end of January Mounted Police from the wall to block an anarchist bicycle day from crashing a giant celebration outside parliament one one bicyclist rush towards a pub please grab him before he could start a fight important things the difference here is just training the philosophy I think frankly the American police system has a lot to learn from the rest please them well we police by consent lord Sherman grew up in America and directs the police executive program here at the university of Cambridge he says policing by consent means not always enforcing the letter of the law if it doesn't serve the public interest that's a huge cultural difference between British and American police but it really boils down to having a philosophy that says the most important thing is not to enforce the law at all times the most important thing is to keep the peace and minimize the amount of harm and injury to anybody in our society policing by consent stretches back to a massacre in eighteen nineteen in the English city of Manchester where private militia use sabers to slaughter protesters demanding the vote Robert peel the father of modern British policing was horrified large Sherman explains we wanted to create a police force that would manage protest without the military and that's been a kind of bedrock of the British philosophy that you don't try to dominate the population with force you try to build consent this did not mark the end to police brutality here not by a long shot when I looked at the U. S. process they remind me very much of the scenes in Preston in the nineteen eighties his Andrew Adonis a member of the house of lords recalls the violence of the Margaret Thatcher firstly in the mind of strikes there were but she pitched battles between the police and striking miners on some of the coalfields and we had the service concentrations which he largely black protest is largely white please but famously in a lot of the district's core Brixton but it don't says since then police improve community relations and build a more diverse force people of color here still have many complaints about the police this week in the house of Commons a lawmaker called on the government to halt the policy of stop and search according to Britain's home office black people are nearly ten times more likely to be stopped the white ones Frank Langfitt NPR news London where their U. S. military bases named for Confederate officers who took up arms against the United States I've covered stories at Fort Bragg North Carolina where the eighteenth airborne corps is headquartered and Fort Benning Georgia known as the home of the infantry those bases were not founded in the wake of the civil war and president Lincoln encourage national conciliation Fort Benning and Fort Bragg were opened in nineteen eighteen is the U. S. army expanded to fight World War one culture the civil war historian and author hunter college told us that the army essentially gave what we now call naming rights to states to help the federal government acquire the land and of course the US army of nineteen eighteen was segregated regular general Henry L. Benning was acclaimed as old rock by his man he once had two horses shot out from under him in battle Holzer calls him quoted pretty formidable military commander that is effective in the war to perpetuate slavery more to the point it was a very let white supremacists who issued incendiary warnings about the so called dangers of having free black men outnumber in white man and threatening the purity of lily white womanhood Harold Holzer says Braxton Bragg quote may have been the worst commanding general in the confederacy he was a bad strategist and inept tactician whose usual order was charged for a head he did absolutely nothing to establish a claim to a place in national or even southern memory I just find it mystifying he says the two iconic American army installation should have been named in honor of a racist and a screw up Braxton Bragg will lead may have qualified as both Elizabeth Sam at the professor of English at west point and author of a soldier's heart told us that putting new names on military bases wouldn't erase America's history because those old Confederate names in memorial statues were part of what we now call it rebranding effort in the early twentieth century to erase the true history that the confederacy fought the war to retain slavery and of course the south also lost Elizabeth Samit says there were so many men and women white native American Asian American Latino and black Ford for an even gave their lives for the United States the.

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their U. S. military bases named for Confederate officers who took up arms against the United States I've covered stories at Fort Bragg North Carolina where the eighteenth airborne corps is headquartered in Fort Benning Georgia known as the home of the infantry those bases were not founded in the wake of the civil war and president Lincoln encourage national conciliation Fort Benning and Fort Bragg were opened in nineteen eighteen as the U. S. army expanded to fight World War one her own culture the civil war historian and author at hunter college told us that the army essentially gave what we now call naming rights to states to help the federal government acquire the land and of course the US army of nineteen eighteen was segregated regular general Henry L. Benning was acclaimed as old rock by his man he once had two horses shot out from under him in battle Holzer calls him quoted pretty formidable military commander that is effective in the war to perpetuate slavery more to the point it was a very let white supremacists who issued incendiary warnings about the so called dangers of having free black men outnumber in white man and threatening the purity of lily white womanhood Harold Holzer says Braxton Bragg quote may have been the worst commanding general in the confederacy he was a bad strategist and inept tactician whose usual order was charged for a head he did absolutely nothing to establish a claim to a place in national or even southern memory I just find it mystifying he says the two iconic American army installation should have been named in honor of a racist and a screw up Braxton Bragg will lead may have qualified as both Elizabeth Sam at the professor of English at west point and author of a soldier's heart told us that putting new names on military bases wouldn't erase America's history because those old Confederate names in memorial statues were part of what we now call it rebranding effort in the early twentieth century to erase the true history that the confederacy fought the war to retain slavery and of course the south also lost Lizabeth Jazmin says there were so many men and women white native American Asian American Latino and black Ford for an even gave their lives for the United States.

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"elizabeth sam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Their U. S. military bases named for Confederate officers who took up arms against the United States I've covered stories at Fort Bragg North Carolina where the eighteenth airborne corps is headquartered and Fort Benning Georgia known as the home of the infantry those bases were not founded in the wake of the civil war and president Lincoln encourage national conciliation Fort Benning and Fort Bragg were opened in nineteen eighteen is the U. S. army expanded to fight World War one culture the civil war historian and author at Hunter College told us that the army essentially gave what we now call naming rights to states to help the federal government acquire the land and of course the US army of nineteen eighteen was segregated regular general Henry L. Benning was acclaimed as old rock by his man he once had two horses shot out from under him in battle Holzer calls him quoted pretty formidable military commander that is effective in the war to perpetuate slavery more to the point it was a very let white supremacists who issued incendiary warnings about the so called dangers of having free black men outnumber in white man and threatening the purity of lily white womanhood Harold Holzer says Braxton Bragg quote they have been the worst commanding general in the confederacy he was a bad strategist and inept tactician whose usual order was charged for a head he did absolutely nothing to establish a claim to a place in national or even southern memory I just find it mystifying he says the two iconic American army installation should have been named in honor of a racist and a screw up Braxton Bragg will lead may have qualified as both Elizabeth Sam at the professor of English at west point and author of a soldier's heart told us that putting new names on military bases wouldn't erase America's history because those old Confederate names in memorial statues were part of what we now call it rebranding effort in the early twentieth century to erase the true history that the confederacy fought the war to retain slavery and of course the south also lost Elizabeth Samit says there were so many men and women white native American Asian American Latino and black Ford for an even gave their lives for the United States the names of true heroes on army bases would better honor the men and women who.

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Fighting for Your Rights with Beth Stelling and special guests Elizabeth Sam, Carol Martin, Evelyn Youngchief

The Guilty Feminist

09:53 min | 2 years ago

Fighting for Your Rights with Beth Stelling and special guests Elizabeth Sam, Carol Martin, Evelyn Youngchief

"Good evening hello. My name is Elizabeth. Sam I'm death from Fourteen James Neck as Lihua Dan. That's by Prince George Right in the center of B. C. I.. Here to welcome Commu. Thank you I'm here to welcome you. Even though I'm a guest here I'm not from here. They asked me to do the welcome and the landing management so I I'm here to welcome you to the coast salish territories of the mosque Williams squamish and Sleigh with people's thank you. I'm a feminist Bart on my way from Toronto to right here in Vancouver minus seven degrees completely snowed in. I was in an airport coffee shop in Toronto Eh. I was studying the line and I was chatting to someone while struggling to open a bottle and big fan of people who struggle to open bottles. Ah trying to another comedian. I was struggling to open the special and an airline pilot in the line next to me and the key turned to me and said Oh I love your accent and I said Oh. Thank you so much for my bottle please in my head with your great big pilot hands mechanical bud and the sky and onto Fi God's nature and gravity and everything and he did. He opened it in his uniform. With his little wings on his little lapel and on his shoulder and this little stripes and it was all pilots. I struggle to open bustles. You should know this about me. I once couldn't open a bottle in a way that I was so thirsty. I made a taxi driver. I was in tears so the driver pulled. I've got out into the back of in London. Caps you need to get out of the call open my back in and continue to drive. I felt fine about it. Now my theory is when they close the pay gap and women have equal representation into men. I will learn to open bustles up until that point fucking they can do it I agree. I'm a feminist but men can shovel the walkway. That's particularly for today. Okay and on my way here you want me to hit you with another one. Okay Oh okay okay Yes I'm a feminist. But some jobs men do better than women blowjobs. They just know what they're we're working with and they know how to work it and do you think you give a better blow job if you know if I were a man. Yes if you re penis in fact so you think you'd know what you're working with. Okay so what. We need to ask women in the room who were either lesbians with previous experience experience or bisexual sexual women who have tasted both fruits women so that also is that people with vaginas better at understanding how to manipulate vaginas. That's what you're saying it is. I mean people with penises. Anybody can figure it out. It's up down. Yeah do you think that's the case whereas vaginas need more. Yeah more of an indoor situation happening. Now I'm a feminist but in the same applet where. My boss was opened by a friendly pilots with heft. I walk past the spanked shop. As in the owners. Light Fitting undergarment spunk. Show up and looked in the window briefly to mock the garments as many of you know I do not approve of springs and I genuinely January. Don't wear them except for certain dresses. And it I only compromise in extreme situations without and while I was looking mockingly into the winter of spank shop I saw. I'm not making this up. You can go google list. spanks arm tights. Yes it's a new thing to slim your arms to slim from Titan lift your arms and I'm mocked them so the home and then I walked away. I don't need spanks arm tights. Why tighter my arms are inadequate? I said that moment of going. That's that's the thing I didn't know I had to hate on my person. Someone asked me the other day was my favorite part of my body and I had to think for so long your favorite part. Yeah I've ended up seeing my face but that makes me feel a bit sad because that's really not what they were asking. Yeah faces called face because it's not bad. I yeah no I. It's I can tell you apart. Hits and yeah and I'll tell you why I should probably shouldn't need backup explanation but I like my personal. Hello and you know what I like about them. I don't think that the source of breasts humint feel really good about and I do. I think they are. You don't like the the Patriarchy doesn't look at these breasts and goat top dogs. They're not talk for breasts. If we're looking billboard or trying to please these men or not. I've got quite a big. Am I supposed to look right now. Dr. Oh by all means open my jacket to make it easier so so you know. They're just perfectly nice when they're out to the ball they're not sort of you know they don't face face to the heavens but that just I don't know I just think the perfect bowing down to the reflection of you just a good example of this Genera that's what I think strong example and then not spectacular breasts but I just like them. I've never ever Reva looked at my breasts and thought I wish they were different in my life. Now that's more than I can say from my size gang. I Say I've gained in Lost Lost Weight so many times that my boobs are like an atheist dad at Catholic masses just like. I'm not going to get up again. This is insane. Yeah I just I just think it's nice to have a part of your body that just works for you. I mean for me I can come up with funny to five got black tie event. Yeah come up get them. Help the girls out. I feel strongly out the way. And it's just nice not to be I love that I'd like to like my legs more but in my head I'd like them to be different and that's not the same because they were different ashamed. I am coming to embrace my mom my ass. I mean literally embracing it this Guy Challenge because of the logistics. I mean God Almighty thank you so much beyond say and Eliza and shift from succession. Those women have paved the way with making the OSS a desirable commodity representation out there like I like seeing all different different kinds of buds. That's why I like the boob books to where you can still thumb through different boobs. I've never seen them. You guys don't know the books burns. I don't know that's not a thing you've made up. Maybe I am. I'm a feminist. But I- harshly judged women who order coffee and a baby voice. Like we knew when you raise your voice to order like I don't. I know that I've become a different person since I stopped changing my voice to place an order so I'll just say like hi. Can I have a black coffee fee which is different than maybe even before. Hey what's hi. Can I have a black coffee. Please let you know what I mean. And then what's the woman especially harshly judged like I'm can I uh-huh a copy with like a little bit amount. 'cause that baby gets what they want but not on women you know what I mean I do. Maybe I should just like. Yeah yeah now. I hear that. I'm a feminist but I saw a post on social media. Yeah earlier that showed a woman with no makeup and then the same woman. Heavily made up. And the tagline said men who say make up his advertising they need to realize that women on a product and I thought yes sister and then I thought how did she do that smokey. I'd have a hardship channel. My is a renowned

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"elizabeth sam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At two oh seven nine six seven two four five four or log on to their Facebook page tomorrow an important meeting going to take place at Queen Elizabeth Sam bring Hammond St this follows prince Harry's announcement that he and Megan Markel will step back from their roles as senior Royals and seek financial independence we get more from the BBC's John donne assume it's hoped next steps will be agreed to the meeting however officials are stressing that any decision about the Sussex its future status will take time to be implemented I'm done depending a toll is the human side family divisions and poignantly a rift between two brothers in the Sunday times according to friends with him is quoted as saying I've put my arm around my brother all our lives I can't do it anymore Queen Elizabeth prince Charles and prince William and Harry Arbel all expected to be in attendance some really old bombs are creating problems in Germany thousands of people were evacuated Sunday in a part of the German city of Dortmund's the issue two bombs from World War two one American one British weighing two hundred fifty kilograms about three hundred thirty pounds each about fourteen thousand people were asked to leave the areas where the bombs were found including two hospitals the bombs were successfully defuse some seventy five years later finding unexploded bombs from World War two in Germany is actually not so uncommon but Michigan CBS news it's finally we check some business news now with Bloomberg looks like Disney's new streaming service could be a hit for children of all ages eight year old child or you know a forty year old child as well Bernie mac turn an analyst at Rosenblatt also says that's thanks in large part to the adorable and mutable baby yada Green.

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"elizabeth sam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:32 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Patton let us understand each other I'm willing to pay you five thousand dollars to teach me to shoot not to ask me why five thousand dollars this Sutherland I have to accept just to find out why it's worth that much yeah good then you stay at my home is my guest you'll attend all the social functions of my household as a friend it should not be unpleasant for user thank you and we should practice here daily to like and hit a target merely by hearing its position I'll do the best I can I am sure you will USA he would hurt many things about me hadn't you must balance yes I have but not but not that I've been blind for almost a year totally a blind a blind man that hired me to teach him to shoot it was slow but we worked steadily Mister Sutherland determination was such that by the tenth day he was hitting the target three or four times on a fifteen tries my first preoccupation was why why would a man and his condition go to this trouble he would tell me nothing I learned quite by accident one evening a few weeks later tell me this you look beautiful tonight was the balance as old good evening miss of them Mister Patton just not a friend of Elizabeth there's something you should know about Mr patted I've been doing it a checking I tell everybody if you had too much champagne rediculous father I'm not a child everybody this is something fascinating about all right miss depending one everybody's Mr paladin is a gunman they didn't move to give us a demonstration of what ms Sutherland good manners I was thinking of a demonstration with your gun do you see that tiny knob on the banister the head of the staircase could you hit it from here good gun handler could I asked if you could either do a very good with a gun please entertainers Mr paladin it's not often we have a professional gunman in on it let's stop this no you know what I really think I think this man is here we go to Jamie Elizabeth I listen to what I'm going to from you in other words I apologize to you now if you'll excuse me Elizabeth put on quite a show didn't she this gives we're getting used to it been upset for several weeks now ever since it happened ever since what happened ever since Jamie Douglas children Sutherland ready yes now as I let go of each string baseball will top the target so you listen very carefully and shoot as quickly as you can yes yes go on to it you got a good again again Hey I didn't hear it very well try again will stop now your time no me tribal we've been working all day my last day pilot one last night I sent a note to Douglas Douglas Jimmy Douglas Kish he's accepted the dunes tomorrow do you you saw a little bit last night Allan how she is I won't have a bearing a shame before our friends any longer as though she is known to defend you can find him in the door Elizabeth was sweet loving how wonderful person before she met Douglas I tried to tell her he was no good he just a cheap camera it was only after money but she wouldn't listen they're not wealthy available young widow came along Mister Sutherland I sympathize with you but you can't find it do I should at least try I can't talk you out of the snow even a blind man must have self respect may I act as your second I'd be honored this man Douglas is a is a gambler yes but paladin don't meddle in it no no I am merely want to meet the sort of person who would shoot at a blind man Douglas no no more power than you fifteen hundred dollars well I guess that's the game then it was a good game Douglas I enjoyed it I'm sure you did about minute Douglas the only a phone I'll pay you be sure to do it again that gambling debts can be a bit unpleasant I said I'll get it be here tomorrow afternoon just see that you're here I will be US air Douglas Douglas I want to talk to him what you want to talk to me about I understand that you're going to meet with Mr so tomorrow morning how do you know Sutherland on the second look paladin I want to kill the old man but what can I do he's forcing it what are the terms of your dual of honor Jamie back to back walk ten paces turn cocked the gun and fire they're his terms not mine I don't intend to shoot to kill human on but he does Douglas you're a dead man against him I don't think so I told him to shoot the second here's your gun **** they'll kill you but how can you will you'll know where you are but the son of your gun then it'll be too late are you serious there is a way of avoiding the chance of the lucky Shawn now I've taken fifteen hundred dollars you gambling you another man a thousand okay you two thousand a shout for when he shoots if he's such a good shot why are you doing this because I don't want him to scars family name by killing you two thousand dollars how can I be sure he won't hit me hello is gone with potter noble you fire into the ground you think he's wounded you he'll have his honor tomorrow morning then tomorrow morning my current park six o'clock and paladin you make sure about the loading his gun no bullet no ballot you know the procedure yes let's get on with it back to back all my account bases turn your best moves fire yeah many my account three nine six three what is this it doesn't balance right is there a is gone me all right then we'll load both of them no wait a minute all the guns kind of Mister Sutherland look can't grow no no I let him go what's she doing here I wanted her to see the kind of man he was wasting herself on her I saw him run I saw Jamie run why he's afraid of you next time I'll have which hi there newbie no next time I don't think Jamie will be back Elizabeth's right Mister Sutherland Douglas is run your daughter is seen in with a collar and he is I ask you Sir good morning Sir this function to determine and right all right now where was I well let me see your G. all was right about the law she yes that's that's fine he is in the dining room the whole if you know the almost finished with dinner is all working on desert last time I looked all right then sit here with the newspaper and I won't see slickdeals conspicuous able these all that's what I say well you're going to get drugs good of you or I suppose good and possibly if you're not standing around grinning like an Opel possibly I can say hello to her as she goes by then after that you wouldn't say hello he's opening but not able of course shoes saw he said here in your chat while you're gone is about it I understand on Wall chest still good seem fine view of love the news about it no not tonight able and I feel I feel a little tired have gun will travel created by her middle and Sam Rolfe is produced and directed by Norman McDonald and stars John Dehner as paladin with Ben right as a boy tonight's story was written by Thom Henley featured in the cast word Jack miles as John Sutherland Tracy Roberts as Elizabeth Sam Edward as Douglas and Barbara either as ms Gibson this is Hugh Douglas speaking join us again next week for have gun will travel and that sound gun will travel from may thirty first nineteen fifty nine with a line the courage starring John Dehner and that was a heard on CBS let's take a quick break then it's more here on Hollywood three sixty more holiday with three sixty after these important.

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth sam" Discussed on WDRC

"Not able we can find usual line is about it of course Sirius saw he's out here in your chat while you're gone is about it I understand on chess still got seem fine view of all the news about it in no not tonight able and I feel I feel a little tired have gun will travel created by her middle and Sam Rolfe is produced and directed by Norman McDonnell and stars John Dehner as paladin with Ben right as a boy tonight's story was written by Thom Henley featured in the cast word Jack miles as John Sutherland Tracy Roberts as Elizabeth Sam Edwards as Douglas and Barbara either as ms Gibson this is Hugh Douglas speaking join us again next week for have gun will travel and that sound gone will travel from may thirty first nineteen fifty nine with the line the courage starring John Dehner and that was a heard on CD at a let's take a quick break then it's more here on Hollywood three sixty more Hollywood.