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Cheltenham Postcast: Day Four Tipping | Gold Cup | Triumph Hurdle | Albert Bartlett
Bruce Millington, Paul Kealy, David Jennings and Paddy Power's Tom Nugent with best bets from Day Four of the Cheltenham Festival 2019. On the show: - It's the final day of the Cheltenham Festival and the Gold Cup looks the hottest in years. Despite the soft ground, DJ is taking on Native River, but can Pat Kelly's Presenting Percy plan pay off? We bring you the best bets for the race. - Also on Friday is the JCB Triumph Hurdle, where Sir Erec is many punters' banker of the week. Is his stone bruising anything to worry about, or has JOB giving us too much info? - Rebecca Curtis' Lisnigar Oscar is favourite for the Albert Bartlett and is Tom Nugent's bet of the day, but Keals thinks a big priced runner has the potential to reverse the form... - Here's the full card for Friday's racing at Cheltenham: 1:30 JCB Triumph Hurdle 2:10 Randox Health County Handicap Hurdle 2:50 Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle (Registered As The Spa Novices' Hurdle) 3:30 Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase 4:10 St. James's Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup Open Hunters' Chase 4:50 Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge Cup Handicap Chase 5:30 Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle #ThisWillNotBeBeaten - Day Four Festival NAPs Paul Kealy: Not Another Muddle in the Grand Annual David Jennings: Bellshill in the Gold Cup Tom Nugent: Lisnigar Oscar in the Albert Bartlett All prices can be found at Paddy Power: https://bit.ly/2RQ6Nv0 --- Producer: @AnyOldAdam --- Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2l9x35T Website: http://www.racingpost.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/RacingPost & http://twitter.com/RacingPostTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/racingpost Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2vq457o SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/racingpost
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Season Four -Ernestine Eckstein
See the June 1966 issue of The Ladder with Eckstein on the cover here and read the interview that Barbara Gittings and Kay Tobin Lahusen conducted with her. Gittings and Lahusen were featured in two MGH episodes here and here. And Kay was featured in a bonus episode about her monthly “gay” dinner table at the retirement facility where she now lives. For information about The Ladder, the magazine published by the Daughters of Bilitis, read Malinda Lo’s AfterEllen.com article and Marcia Gallo’s account of its history here. Also, take a tour of a GLBT Historical Society exhibit about The Ladder in this video. To learn more about the Daughters of Bilitis, read Marcia Gallo’s Different Daughters—A History of the Daughters of Bilitis and the Rise of the Lesbian Movement and be sure to listen to our episode with DOB co-founders Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, too.Ernestine Eckstein was one of the first participants in the July 4th “Annual Reminders,” picket lines organized by homophile organizations—under the leadership of Frank Kameny—from 1965 to 1969 at Philadelphia’s Independence Hall. You can see a glimpse of Eckstein picketing at 28:50 in “The Homosexuals,” a controversial CBS program from 1967 hosted by “60 Minutes” veteran correspondent Mike Wallace. You can see footage of the 1968 Annual Reminder in “The Second Largest Minority,” a short documentary by Lilli Vincenz, here. Following her involvement with the gay rights movement, Eckstein focused her energies on black feminist issues and became active with BWOPA (Black Women Organized for Political Action). Read about the organization’s mission and history here.
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TCMFF Day 2 Ep. 56
In this episode we discuss Day 2 of the Turner Classic Movies Film Festival and breakdown four fantastic films: My Favorite Wife (1940), Vanity Street (1932), Open Secret (1948), and Winchester '73 (1950). Join us tomorrow for our festival Day 3 Episode.
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