5 Burst results for "Frank Santo Padre"

"frank santopadre" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

29:09 min | 1 year ago

"frank santopadre" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"What do you think about the idea that there are jokes that a group can tell about themselves but if somebody outside the group tells a joke it's offensive does it depend on the circumstances or is that always true I don't think it was always true I I think you may disagree but as I look back when we were growing up everyone was fair game for everyone you told Polish jokes you told gentle Joe will tell Jewish jokes and then everyone aft and then you went home now those days are over as a long gun I ran into Chris rock about two three months ago and he's one of those guys who refuses to perform at colleges anymore it's like walking through a minefield anything that you say very yeah just felt oh he doesn't like the resents the political correctness of college campuses and won't perform at them anymore so that people often taking umbrage for another group yeah that's exactly right we overextend ourselves to protect other people alby with somebody who doesn't think what I said is funny and instead of laughing or smiling they say exactly hammer the or that's funny yeah at least acknowledges it was supposed to be true exactly means I heard you there's some undis- disarmed logic to what you said but of course it's not worth they took it as a barrel of wisdom instead of being philosophical Michael you know when you do make everyone laugh while that's unusual but by and large is like Oh that's hysterical was write it down let's move onto the next joke it's part of the work product in a way to you when you when you come up with a good line whether it's joker comedy character line do you here the audience laughing in your head yeah one ranked one hopes sometimes sometimes you know it's funny but other times you actually hear laughter thank you hear laughter and then you put it in front of it and audience and they tell you whether or not you're crazy hearings they are also dependent you're dependent on the person delivering it stacks the main problem with humor there's a middleman right show is on the view and something came up that I thought was funny and I texted her what I thought was funny line does she wears her her Apple Watch show and she saw she saw my line come up on her watch so she said it and it didn't get less so underwrite the delivery was terrible sometimes it's just the it's the venue the view audiences it's a strange thing because they're not conditioned they're not really expecting jokes right they they see it as an issue show and they they're there for the lively conversation or the celebrity banter but I think that's and I've been there six years so I think sometimes jokes take them by surprise so started.

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"frank santopadre" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"frank santopadre" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"Anes and powers the passions that drive our planet I think our listeners love exploring mysteries and one of the best ways to do that is to look at an old Map Explorers Club member Justin for now uses rare match to solve some very intriguing mysteries in science channel's new series unexplained and unexplored Justin and his partner Emiliano Rupa will investigate historical legends unexplained unexplored your Sunday November tenth ten pm on the Science Channel and on the SAIGO APP I'm Alan Alda and this is clear and vivid conversations about connecting and communicating anybody who doesn't have a sense of humor who takes everything to literally or it's too Dour I just don't want to be near them I since he MM-HMM is not only jokes but it's a mindset of your mind is in a place where nothing is funny or nothing makes you smile I what's the ain't going back to when I would teach comedy students are young standups. They thought that it was about the jokes how do I get the laughs. It's not about the jokes it's about connecting start with that before you get onto how am I going to make these people laugh get them to pay attention that's allons y bell and Frank Santo Padre spent their lives finding the funny in.

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"frank santopadre" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"frank santopadre" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Roasts specials that kind of stuff fabulous. Now. I'll give you one of the cliche questions, which is who's your favorite who's your favorite person? You've had on the show. Oh god. I won't pull out some terrible cliche. Like, it's a picking a favorite child who is my favorite. My most recent favorite were wealthy, Robert Wagner, ever the great show last night. So I think that's going to wind up in my top ten or fifteen. I love talking to hell and all the we've had Andrew Bergman the writer director, a writer of the in laws in the Ryder blazing saddles that's a favorite now, sir. Frank serpentine. I tell you Jeff I find something to like a about all of them. It's a it's a tribute show at we asked people on for reason because we love them we love their careers. Look what they've done, and you know, the the best part is is getting to know them. And you know, seeing the smile on their face when they realized we know so much about them in there in a place where they're going to be showered with affection. So I find something to like about almost all of them. Maybe a couple of clunkers at a two fifty that. I would take back. Okay. Well it. Gonna do. Yeah. The great thing is lots of laughs continuously. I really liked the Allen's wife bell episode Ellen and the Allen. Okay. Andrew Bergman Rupert Holmes. She did too with Rupert home. Yeah. Think about the show. Well, we like, you know, the the public might think of Rupert Holmes only as the singer of the pinochle outta song because people tend to have short attention span in an a way of kind of just something somebody up he's that guy. But but one of the reasons we like doing this show is that we put a guy like report around the show. And then you realize that he's a film expert. He's a playwright. He's he's had books published. He's he's written novels in a movie made from one of his novels. He's he's a renaissance man where he worked with Barbra, Streisand and the Jackson Five he had so many stories, and he's had such an interesting life. So that's a kick for us is is changing the public perception of somebody. You have the beauty of the show is that we've all been watching talk shows for years where the guest comes on. And the host says so what are you working on? What are you here to plug? No. But they don't come on your show to plug. They they they're telling you. You're talking about a movie from forty years ago. And it's fascinating. Thank you. A lot of the show is tribute to people's bodies of work people who've been working since the fifties sixties or or earlier, so yeah, some of the people are retired or their careers. It slowdown where we're really interested in their stories their journey. It's not important to us that somebody be some someone with a, you know, a hot movie. Do you have a dream gust that you would love to get on have a lot less of dream guests. And I'm always working on Alice Cooper is a dream guests we interviewed Jeff Gordon, his manager his lifelong manager recently. So hopefully, that's a step toward ship. I'd love to have Malcolm McDowell the British actor. I know is a great raconteur and Alan Arkin has been a dream guest for since we started Frank. Thanks for all the laughs. You've been listening to talking tech be sure to listen to Gilbert Godfrey's, amazing colossal podcast wherever you listen to online audio including the show talking tech. You can find me on Twitter match efforts in Graham, Frank how can people find you? Oh, they can find me on Twitter. My name Franks natural Padre. They can follow the show at real Ilbo ACP on Twitter, and we have the Facebook, the Gilbert Gottfried, amazing, colossal listener society is on Facebook. And that's a lot of fun. That's a fan run paid with about five thousand people who just obsessive about the show. All righty, thanks, again Frankfort chain and get us on I two and everywhere else, I tunes and Stitcher and an editor premium. Yup. All right. What elastic month of shows are always free. All right. Thanks again. Franken Jefferson Graham, I'll be back with you tomorrow. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artificial design intelligence creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates or start from scratch just answer a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence. Plus all sites include built in SEO tools. So you can easily get found online. 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"frank santopadre" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"frank santopadre" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners pay everyone Jefferson Graham here from USA today. You're listening to talking tech. I have Frank Santa Padre. He is the co host of Gilbert, Godfrey's, amazing colossal podcast. This happens to be my favorite podcast aside from talking tech. Of course, a great place to get a lot of laps in stories about old Hollywood. And Frank one thing that I find really fascinating about your show. Is it sounds like you're interviewing people person to person, but many times, you're not correct? Or you're talking about the long distance broke up. How do you do that? What we do is. Well, we we originally we were doing Skype interviews, you know, when you're doing a show about old Hollywood a lot of people, especially retired people where where people in their sixties seventies and eighties live in Los Angeles. And we do the show out of New York. So that necessitated long distance and actions, we started doing them but phone calls, we realized that down very good. So we moved to Skype, but then the Skype audio would let you down because you would dependent on on the bandwidth, and and all kinds of other factors. So we decided to record people on the west coast. And then record our end, obviously on the east coast. And then our engineer mixes the two so really you get a seamless result. It sounds like we're in same room. So how do you do this does the person go to a studio and then you're negative air? They go to air will studios are our parent company partner, our partner, if you're wolf has a a studio in Hollywood. So they'll go there. And there's an engineer there. To record them. Sometimes we go to someone's home. If they're not in LA, we we recorded Robert Wagner last night. And he's an Aspen. So we dispatched an engineer to him at his house. And then they send us the audio files and our engineer Frank mixes the to file until it sounds like we're all together. How do you hear them? Over Skype hookup. Okay. Yeah. There's there's a there's a a camera. So we can see them which makes the interview better obviously, cover the other drawback to phone interviews is there's no I contact or anything you can't pick up social cues. You don't know when to speak when they're speaking. So we see them on a computer screen, and and and we hear them through through the Skype connection. We just don't use that Skype connection for for Finnish audio now when you came up with this concept, you are working with one of the great tech enthusiasts of all time. Gilbert, Godfrey, correct. Oh, there's nobody more technically proficient than Gilbert. And that of course, we're both being facetious. He is very anti tech. Now did he know what you're talking about? Did was it a tough sell mean? Tell me about this. You mean when when when we propose the idea of a podcast, so well, the podcast, and then the idea that you would use Skype to interview people. I I'm pretty sure Jeff that. After two hundred fifty maybe close to four hundred now if you count the Thursday, many episodes, I'm pretty sure he still has no idea. What a podcast is. Confident in that assessment. Yeah. He you know last night we were doing sound checks for five minutes. And the engineer couldn't understand why he couldn't hear Gilbert's voice. And then we realize he never plugged headphone, Jack he doesn't even have to use his cell phone. Tell everybody about the show. How's it doing the shows doing? Well. I mean, we never expected quite honestly this kind of response when we started. It was a large. Yes. It was started really as a labor of love and goof, I mean Gilbert, and I have known each other many years we used to sit on the phone till all hours, laughing about obscure character actors and just kind of arcane stuff that don't we thought only we cared about. When when we had the idea to actually interview some of our heroes. We thought oh, this'll be fun cult thing for a couple of hundred people, and our fellow the we didn't really know it would take off and that seventy five thousand eight thousand people a week would would download it were pleasantly surprised by the reaction and two hundred and fifty shows in. We've made a little name personnel to now. People want to do the show tell everybody about you. Because obviously Gilbert Gottfried has quite a career and from Aladdin to the comedy clubs to problem child. And all the things you guys talk about on the show, but Frank a writer tell everybody about yourself. Well, I've been a comedy writer for God about twenty five years professionally, and I've written everything I wrote for the Muppets I wrote cyber couple of screenplays that were optioned I written a lot of ward shows, I write for the comedy, central gross. I wrote the TV land awards they don't do anymore. Am I ran I wrote for I sort of made my bones writing for other comics and writing for people like Bill Murray, and oh, God all kinds of people joy Behar different people like that. And. And that kind of into into a career writing off show stuff panel what they call panel, which is celebrity talk show. I worked for the Howard Stern show for a while. So I'm kind of a joke writer, you know, writer of of one liner short form comedy award shows roasts

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Meet Gilbert Gottfried's sidekick Frank Santopadre

Talking Tech

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Meet Gilbert Gottfried's sidekick Frank Santopadre

"I have Frank Santa Padre. He is the co host of Gilbert, Godfrey's, amazing colossal podcast. This happens to be my favorite podcast aside from talking tech. Of course, a great place to get a lot of laps in stories about old Hollywood. And Frank one thing that I find really fascinating about your show. Is it sounds like you're interviewing people person to person, but many times, you're not correct? Or you're talking about the long distance broke up. How do you do that? What we do is. Well, we we originally we were doing Skype interviews, you know, when you're doing a show about old Hollywood a lot of people, especially retired people where where people in their sixties seventies and eighties live in Los Angeles. And we do the show out of New York. So that necessitated long distance and actions, we started doing them but phone calls, we realized that down very good. So we moved to Skype, but then the Skype audio would let you down because you would dependent on on the bandwidth, and and all kinds of other factors. So we decided to record people on the west coast. And then record our end, obviously on the east coast. And then our engineer mixes the two so really you get a seamless result. It sounds like we're in same room. So how do you do this does the person go to a studio and then you're negative air? They go to air will studios are our parent company partner, our partner, if you're wolf has a a studio in Hollywood. So they'll go there. And there's an engineer there. To record them. Sometimes we go to someone's home. If they're not in LA, we we recorded Robert Wagner last night. And he's an Aspen. So we dispatched an engineer to him at his house. And then they send us the audio files and our engineer Frank mixes the to file until it sounds like we're all together. How do you hear them? Over Skype hookup. Okay. Yeah. There's there's a there's a a camera. So we can see them which makes the interview better obviously, cover the other drawback to phone interviews is there's no I contact or anything you can't pick up social cues. You don't know when to speak when they're speaking. So we see them on a computer screen, and and and we hear them through through the Skype connection. We just don't use that Skype connection for for Finnish audio now when you came up with this concept, you are working with one of the great tech enthusiasts of all time. Gilbert, Godfrey, correct. Oh, there's nobody more technically proficient than Gilbert. And that of course, we're both being facetious. He is very anti tech. Now did he know what you're talking about? Did was it a tough sell mean? Tell me about this. You mean when when when we propose the idea of a podcast, so well, the podcast, and then the idea that you would use Skype to interview people. I I'm pretty sure Jeff that. After two hundred fifty maybe close to four hundred now if you count the Thursday, many episodes, I'm pretty sure he still has no idea. What a podcast is. Confident in that assessment. Yeah. He you know last night we were doing sound checks for five minutes. And the engineer couldn't understand why he couldn't hear Gilbert's voice. And then we realize he never plugged headphone, Jack he doesn't even have to use his cell phone. Tell everybody about the show. How's it doing the shows doing? Well. I mean, we never expected quite honestly this kind of response when we started. It was a large. Yes. It was started really as a labor of love and goof, I mean Gilbert, and I have known each other many years we used to sit on the phone till all hours, laughing about obscure character actors and just kind of arcane stuff that don't we thought only we cared about. When when we had the idea to actually interview some of our heroes. We thought oh, this'll be fun cult thing for a couple of hundred people, and our fellow the we didn't really know it would take off and that seventy five thousand eight thousand people a week would would download it were pleasantly surprised by the reaction and two hundred and fifty shows in. We've made a little name personnel to now. People want to do the show tell everybody about you. Because obviously Gilbert Gottfried has quite a career and from Aladdin to the comedy clubs to problem child. And all the things you guys talk about on the show, but Frank a writer tell everybody about yourself. Well, I've been a comedy writer for God about twenty five years professionally, and I've written everything I wrote for the Muppets I wrote cyber couple of screenplays that were optioned I written a lot of ward shows, I write for the comedy, central gross. I wrote the TV land awards they don't do anymore. Am I ran I wrote for I sort of made my bones writing for other comics and writing for people like Bill Murray, and oh, God all kinds of people joy Behar different people like that. And. And that kind of into into a career writing off show stuff panel what they call panel, which is celebrity talk show. I worked for the Howard Stern show for a while. So I'm kind of a joke writer, you know, writer of of one liner short form comedy award shows

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