17 Burst results for "Frank Skinner"

"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

"Holding music. Richard up up up up. Yeah i wonder if the the the land of fiction is i mean is that is that something that appeared in the making a doctor who may be or or a jeremy bentham thing in the docks who weekly sleep blend. Jeremy became an established thing. Didn't it seal might yep. No-one says the word fiction in the chase at school Do they say the house is exactly what he will spits in nightmare. Yes we're in a world of dreams frames they are. It exists in the dark. We says that the human minds millions of people secretly believing think the power with all these people combined together makes this is becoming reality although we got and then when they've escapes in says oh you know. That theory of feels stadium idea boy facts. I'm convinced that house was not a tiny little space. Who will look for papers in the area of human souls and we put the poison with the. Don't tell you say oh. I don't want to enjoy sketch him. And yeah well then these system that leads to the whoville so fundamentally we don't know where the mind robberies of is another dimension or just another planet somewhere like like in the war games where they just found a planet and is very theory at the beginning with all the zones actually as apparently just physical arrangement of these zones on on the physical on actual planet that they've commandeered it. Which makes you wonder. What the point is that. The auspices of folks just discourage people from go to the point. I'm sure i got confused as to which story with. Okay yes but the mind will. By time we get to them invading earth it will says pulling the physical doesn't it. I'm just inch on just obsessed with that basic point that individual writers will veer one way or the other things will be physical and three-dimensional and some and others will go completely. The other extreme. Make things as fantastical and pan dimensional as they can and there's no real and that's what the writers do and then they producer scripted and might massage to onto will be taste is but that will change ears. We're and there's any real consistency consistency in the show builds up over time as a series of small micro decisions like ferret. He's saying no to the chase. It's more about what they do. Allow until now which is supposed to set a precedent which can be ignored. And couldn't it this. This story Famously had its germination on a british rail train between london which sounds like a cold back to frank. Skinner and isn't this true. Came up with the idea for the story. Yeah no that is one hundred percent true..

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

"Clinton miami to completely dismantle a story the rather enjoy because it's slightly inducing being constructed jamie this dan in brighton. Feel really bad about when frank. Skinner here's this might have to ask you to it. It's lovely nine hundred friends with me now when you out gaps criticisms of frank's gonna recall if few extra complaints that you can replace them really. I'm a child of the nineties. I love fr- grew up with frank. Skinner i didn't grow i was richard dislike. You grow skin. I think it's likely that. Franks gonna podcast as the matthew sweet. We listen to the one about whatever it was anyway fin to glory. Listen so this is shorts truths deliberately calling the blow coup as tim is actually know actually no matthew anyway. The great friends at matthew. I didn't tell you. I ask because when i look leaks between the stories. They both turned into an escape room at the end which was done. Lots of escape moves did one a couple of days ago and it's it's so much more obviously an escape room when you've got gusts coming in over the intercom giving them hints and clues people telling you how much time you've got left to solve this puzzle. And that that heightened may to the fact that mammalia express actually takes the same turns pyramids of mars into puzzle solving in the last molter which i thought was curious similarity yeah. I said very similar to that that the doctor has to resolve the situation against the clock right at the very end birth. You already mentioned. I think another one. Which is that they both have that kind of pseudo historical setting although one of them's very shoe the when is only somewhat issued. We've already had go to bed. The wrong side both of them yes indeed and yet somebody remains likeable throughout and i puzzled too this for ages trying to work out what the difference wasn't came to no particular conclusion i mean to is. It's not just that but we sort of when the occasions where Capacity dossiers tom baker impression lines. So there really is a doesn't he. He sells a key. Forget why so really..

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

"They know it somewhere and they didn't know where and it also thinks those things as not here it must be going off to cloud and then you find that someone else else on the train. But it's a really weird Sort of dead end the because having cloud shut in. That room is visually mooring and doesn't go anyways. They go to that room for an investigation. That doesn't pan out. And then they leave again so she's in a holding pattern until the conclusion stories and it felt to me like it was a recording issue. Like it was. That's what it is and simple banking. I wonder who gets the different companions. Best suppose the lovable. Frank skinner Well i think franken skinner's lovable but he's also plenty awful and this is not acting. He's he's he's given a funny kind of a role. I think in the east a little bit. Enigmatic woman's role is frank skinner. I think today's skin adopted. Who fan. I've got from rank a ready. Tell he's so such a distance between me. What if this counts is written as a competitor with the characters supposed to be consorted. Tell but they won't solidify in my mind they going for. Because it's all concede frank skinner and i've never seen him act in anything else. I don't think you've never seen it. You mean you've never seen max cinemax only seen him in. I love frank skinner. So do i can brings me brings whatsoever. And it's the strangest thing is absolutely the closest we get to the the old jane e approach. Here anyone know especially interested in being a massive fan. And i i know that folks because because she was she was at in the same bbc thing that live at the infamous. Your vacation. two incidents go. She was invited next door independently. Go told me to someone who was associated with up to zinni nas any either parties to that particular conversation to raised and doctor here and then go go go cold up and said well you want to come on and we need to sing. Yeah read someone to say sex machine in the doctor historic. Say thank skin yes. I'm yeah i wasn't sure if it was trying to be returning to posted as if it was just a lovable character. He was a bit nonplussed. Because doctor is such a nasty piece of work whether he's genuinely somewhat enigmatic character. I did different. It just doesn't earned the fact the idea that will by the end of the with. We're supposed to think this is a potential companion. No we're supposed to think. Always frank skinner. Wouldn't it be funny if he was on cardis. Forget perkins. It's just this frank skinner and then get nuttall sit enough. I think it's really well written. I think there's some great lines. I think they were wasted. I like i like the a mountain mud it on the orient express. I liked all that into play or at least the potential of it when the this suspicious of each of the doctor and i was thinking having come off the back of watching pyramids mas..

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"frank skinner" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

The Red Box Politics Podcast

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

"There were four of us and we we didn't win so at the very worst. I'm fourth behind a cloud. Unfo- frank skinner and i can't remember someone else's nobel forgot puteaux man. You get really lucky. Still tell us about dave mitch. What he does he he. He sends pusa metal to people who come forth in the in the olympics. That's delightful well. Do you think wait till you shaving first place. So you All those in fourth. Well i always remember saying you've got to learn how to lose in order to learn how to win an indiana. I'm afraid fought is about winning. So i'm slightly the is It can't be prizes every time. Although i do agree with that taking part in the effort is important in the end you got to win. The stories are full. You cannot but rachel do do you collapse into tears. Every time you don't win columnist of the year. I think it goes being being being on. Any shortlist is amazing but i think with sport in the end it is about the winning surely to that of course the in the times that we wait to subscription to the times don't cut four times thoughts up next smart view that i can trust them. You're listening to the white box podcasts. Dow time for this allegra stratton her. Joel pass the promises cop. Twenty six spokespersons to explain the government's plans for saving. The planet is less than a hundred days until the uk host. The cop twenty six climate summit in glasgow. But how can we start. The planet overheated. Is it possible to limit. Temperature visors just one and a half degrees to give our cars meet wincing plates before we put them in the dishwasher government. Insiders complain that nobody can even explain. What the government's position is but luckily allegra stratton. She joins me now morning. Allegra knowing that so nice of you with us. let's start right at the beginning. What he's culpa twenty six. I was reading in the sunday times yesterday of one frustrated. Whitehall officials saying no one knows what it is and even when you explain what the letters stand for. It still doesn't mean anything so twenty six two okay. This different jobs here. I'll tell you what crop twenty six is. And then i'll tell you what it has to do. What it is is the annual yearly attempt by the entire world to grip and stop runaway climate change. So that's what it is. It countries come together once a year is the conference of the parties. That's what cop stands for. It would be It is is it is it is it is a an easily that acronym. I completely agree. Listen to the central job is what does it need to do. And and the way i sell it is we need real action at twenty six on cash coal 'cause and trees to be able to limit climate change to one point five degrees okay so how many people are coming twenty six. Well often. what happens. Every everything is is is unusual in my four for every aspect of life. Is it not on. Because because they but normally it's it's it's many thousands. So close guy will see descending on it The leaders of many of the countries from around the world lost. That's i heard was one hundred and twenty or so but it's not just them it's it's then negotiators. It's their own garage. It's then it's not only that teams. But then i know matt. You've covered a great number of these sorts of things but then as well is that it's it's observers it's ngos it's interested parties because one of my bosses sharma and we couldn't see pd. This is a phrase. You will in time come to love that. Means cop president designates He is paying for it to be the most inclusive cop ever so he wants that to be as many people that sailing that the person's he is in charge of works for that some people might think it's a bit odd given the past eighteen months so he wants us to not flying around the world and doing their meetings and conversations on zoom of it might be there's a certain vinny About a hundred and twenty world leaders thousands of old flying to glasgow. Let's talk about how to cut carbon emissions. Why they need to meet in person and cry and tough on this. They really need to in impressive. Because that's the moment when some of these vulnerable. Nations for whom climate changes is is acutely. Existential they need to be able to look in. The is some of these rich up. Big countries that are emitting high levels of of greenhouse gas emissions. They need that. Moment of political challenge encounter If you are. I don't need to tell people listening watching this if you are on zoom and struggling to meet south or indeed maybe not even being a muted. Because that's one of the phenomenons. Inmates isn't that where he posted a meet. You and you can't even come in if you'd like to. So i if that were the nature of of twenty six it would be very very very tough to get a proper dialogue going and what other plans because obviously travel restrictions have remained in place. October on a million not very november. Very long time away now will will you be waving the vaccine vols twenty six so that so that the people from other countries. We'll be able to come here without a quarantining. And without having being vaccinated i'm sorry map icon. I content preempts some more plans and details. That will be announced on this in in coming weeks people. We know people need clarity and they will be getting it soon. But what's going on inside. Whitehall is the the clever clogs is trying to work out the details of exactly how work. But i can't tell you that today. I'm sorry mass but there's plenty of other things we can talk about a yes but we'll wait. Wait the details other in okinawa. If you've heard this morning we've been asking people to help you out with some green slogans three works. We know the agree three words slogan to save the planet bill back greener..

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"frank skinner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Written by our next guest, British writer and comedian David but Deal. He wrote the song with comedian Frank Skinner and the Liverpool bands, the Lightning seeds David Baddiel joins us now from London. Hello, and we should say Congratulations. Thank you very much. Danielle. Yeah, I'm not sure you congratulating me on the song or you congratulating the England team on their success. No, they think about it a bit of both more more of the team, I suppose, because You were at Wednesday's semifinal match against Denmark, which England won 2 to 1 an extra time as you know, but this was happening in London in front of a home crowd. That must have been just thrilling after waiting so long for a title match. What was it like for you? Well, it was marvelous. I mean, the thing about the song if anyone listens to it. Is a strange anthem. I mean, it has become the default anthem of being the football team, and there is a sort of wider sense of it sort of representing a certain type of Englishness and one of the things that if you listen to it is that the the lyrics are very vulnerable. They're actually quite an old sporting anthem in there mainly about losing, or at least about, you know, nearly achieving success, but then failing to do so. And the magical thinking that as a football find you somehow imagine this time you'll get over that. I mentioned all that. Because all that is involved in the experience of being at an England game and seeing them finally break as it were the semifinal who do and get through to the final of a major tournament, and sometimes I don't know if American listeners can quite maybe who aren't into football or soccer appreciate what a big deal this is not just in sport, but culturally, it breaks out completely from the sporting pages becomes a thing. The whole country is talking about and rejuvenated by a particular after pandemic and for reasons that are complicated. The song seems to track with all that. And so it's always great to be there. It's always sung when the team won, and it always feels like an enormous release. Right. And you talk about sort of the conflict in the song about how on the one hand when I listened to it, the song is very bouncy. Musically. It kind of made me think of the monkeys, quite frankly. But The lyrics are pretty melancholy. At one point, you hear an announcer saying England isn't creative enough or positive enough. Did you write this thinking? We're going to write an anthem because it's not necessarily a celebratory song. Well, England have had football pop songs written for them for a while when we got asked to do this, like from 1966 when England won the World Cup, there's a song called World Cup. Willie and I grew up with songs called Things like this time, more than any other time and without fail. They were written before the tournament, and they were about how England was going to win the tournament and what I realized and me and Frank Skinner realized when we wrote the song lyrically because we wrote the lyrics, not the music, which was totally done by the lightning seeds and in Brody. Was that that is not a real experience of being a football fan or in England found in this country that the real experiences that you have enormous expectation, which comes with this idea that England some our own football, But in fact we get let down over and over again. And so we wrote that we wrote that real experience, but what it is is it's not purely melancholy because it It actually goes, You know that England's going to throw it away going to blow it away, But I know they can play H everyone's gone way. Flower one, But I know this I remember. I'm sorry. It's a song about breaking through your sense of disappointment with the prayer, all sports falls out of this time. You know we are going to do it. And so I think that's why it really chimes with sports fans. Right And we should say you helped write this ahead of the 1996 European Championship, which England also hosted. Hence coming home and we went out in the semi final of that tournament. Yeah, I mean, let me tell you Can I tell you a story? Absolutely. So others say this mid nineties Brit Pop was a massive thing at that point time Me and Frank Skinner. We're doing a comedy show on BBC about football, which had never been done before and then When Ian Brodie got asked to write the music, he came to us and said, Can you write the lyrics? You're kind of the nation's football fans. So we did, and we wrote these quite vulnerable lyrics that spoke to football fans. But we didn't particularly know whether or not it really spoke to people and then At the second game of that tournament, England played Scotland and in the second half, England started playing well, and the song is always tied to how in the place such a weird thing and the DJ at Wembley Stadium put on the song and suddenly and it's completely unknown that this is going to happen to me and Frank, a total spontaneous moment The whole crowd joined in its literally It remains the most extraordinary moment in my life, and I've had two Children. It's like literally It was unbelievable to suddenly feel that something you've done. Man has been so taken to the popular heart right? Well, that song has stuck around for 25 years. Does it surprise you that it's still resonates in 2021 that it's still being sung? It is quite surprising, although it was so successful and continues because definitely it. It kind of kill off the football anthem and others have been written since then, but none have made any Kind of impact. What people compare it to is Christmas songs now. So, for example, I mean, you have Christmas songs as well. But there's a band called Slade, who do a song called Merry Christmas. Everybody that gets in the charts every Christmas and People say that football's coming home or 33 lines is the footballing version of that, but they miss out. One thing about that which is at Christmas does happen. Every year. The England football team playing well, certainly does not a quick question about you. You have this successful career as a comedian, a writer, a TV personality and The number one viral hit in the UK. I'm curious when you look at your career, how does this song that everybody knows fit into it? Or do you feel like a pop star in a certain way? No, I don't feel like a pop star. But I have come to terms with something. I'm 57 occasion when you're my age. You think about your obituary. And if you're a person of know how they won't talk about it on the news. And I know without fail, even though I have actually done really a lot of things in my career that they are going to say best known for the Everybody'll has died best known for his anthem three lions, the football song, and I'm at Peace With that I'm not gonna be knocking on the door of my coffin saying What about my novels? What about my stand up towards or whatever, so I remember when they were singing it. In your in your in 96. We were beating Holland for one and I was with my manager who's very showed this person and he turned to me and he said, if you win an Oscar, it won't be better than this. I haven't won an Oscar, so I don't. Absolutely No, but I know what he meant. What he meant was You know when you win an award, or you get your peers..

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"frank skinner" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Prayer that all sports falls out of this time. You know we are going to do it. And so I think that's why it really chimes with. Sports fans, right And we should say you helped write this ahead of the 1996 European Championship, which England also hosted. Hence coming home and we went out in the semi final of that tournament. Yeah, I mean, let me tell you Can I tell you a story? Absolutely. So others say this mid nineties Brit Pop was a massive thing at that point in time Me and Frank Skinner. We're doing a comedy show on BBC about football. Which had never been done before. And then when Ian Brodie got asked to write the music, he came to us and said, Can you write the lyrics? You're kind of the nation's football fans. So we did, and we wrote these quite vulnerable lyrics that spoke to football fans. But we didn't particularly know whether or not it really spoken to people. And then, at the second game of that tournament, England played Scotland. Uh, and in the second half started playing well, and the song is always tied to how England play such a weird thing. And the DJ at Wembley Stadium put on the song and suddenly and it's completely unknown that this is going to happen to me and Frank, a total spontaneous moment The whole crowd joined in its literally It remains the most extraordinary moment in my life, and I've had two Children. It's like literally It was unbelievable to suddenly feel that something you've done. Has been so taken to the popular heart, right? Well, that song has stuck around for 25 years. Does it surprise you that it's still resonates in 2021 that it's still being sung? It is quite surprising, although it was so successful and continues because definitely it did kind of kill off the football anthem. I mean others have been written since then, but none have made any kind of impact. What people compare it to is Christmas songs now. So, for example, I mean, you have Christmas songs as well. But there's a band called Slade, who do a song called Merry Christmas. Everybody that gets in the charts every Christmas and People say that football's coming home or 33 lines is the footballing version of that, But they miss out one thing about that. Which is that Christmas does happen every year. The England football team playing well, certainly does not. Quick question about you. You have this successful career as a comedian, a writer, a TV personality and the number one viral hit in the UK. I'm curious when you look at your career, how does this song that everybody knows fit into it? Or do you feel like a pop star in a certain way? No, I don't feel like a pop star. But I have come to terms with something. I'm 57 occasion when you're at my age. You think about your obituary. And if you're a person of know how they might talk about it on the news. And I know without fail, even though I have actually done really a lot of things in my career that they are going to say best known for everybody who has died best known for his anthem three lions, the football song, and I'm at Peace With that I'm not gonna be knocking on the door of my coffin saying What about my novels? What about my stand up tours or whatever, so I remember when they were singing it. In your in your in 96. We were beating Holland for one and I was with my manager who's a very showbiz person, and he turned to me and he said, if you win an Oscar, it won't be better than this. I haven't won an Oscar, so I don't absolutely No, but I know what he meant. What he meant was You know when you win an award, or you get your peers. Appreciation is lovely, but it's not grass roots popular people's embrace of something you've done like 78,000 people singing it spontaneously in a football ground. So I remain incredibly proud of three lines, even though it might overshadow everything else I've done alright, well Final question. Tomorrow's match. England versus Italy. Wembley Stadium in London. Will you be there? And what's your prediction? Are you feeling some hope about it? I will be there. I hate predicting football scores that mean a lot to me. Because even though I'm an absolute materialist, and don't believe in anything superstitious, I get superstitious. Um, I think we are the underdogs because I would say, Italy our overall the best side in this tournament in terms of the way they played. Having said that, just for you. I am going to say yes. That England is going to win. Uh, hopefully not on penalties an extra time, because that will give me a heart attack. All right, You heard it here first, everyone that was David the deal. He is a writer and comedian and helped write the English.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Writer and comedian David Baddiel. He wrote the song with comedian Frank Skinner and the Liverpool bands, the Lightning seeds David Baddiel joins us now from London. Hello, And we should say congratulations. Thank you very much, Daniel. Yeah, I'm not sure you congratulating me on the song or you congratulating the England team on their success, you know? No, They think about it a bit of both. Yeah, more of the team, I suppose, because You were at Wednesday's semifinal match against Denmark, which England won 2 to 1 an extra time as you know, but this was happening in London in front of a home crowd. That must have been just thrilling after waiting so long for a title match. What was it like for you? Well, it was marvelous. I mean, the thing about the song if anyone listens to it. Is a strange anthem. I mean, has become the default anthem of the England football team, and there is a sort of wider sense of it sort of representing a certain type of Englishness and one of the things that if you listen to it is that the lyrics are very vulnerable. They're actually quite an old sporting anthem in there mainly about losing, or at least about, you know, nearly achieving success, but then failing to do so. And the magical thinking that as a football find you somehow imagine this time you'll get over that. I mentioned all that because all that is involved. In the experience of being at an England game and seeing them finally break as it were the semifinal who do and get through to the final of a major tournament, And sometimes I don't know if American listeners can quite maybe who wanted to football or soccer appreciate what a big deal this is not just in sport, but culturally. It breaks out completely from the sporting pages and becomes a thing that the whole country is talking about and rejuvenated by, particularly if the pandemic And for reasons that are complicated. The song seems to track with all that. And so it's always great to be there. It's always sung when the team won, and it always feels like an enormous release. Right, and you talk about sort of the conflict in the song about how on the one hand when I listen to it, the song is very bouncy. Musically. It kind of made me think of the monkeys. Quite frankly, but the lyrics are pretty melancholy. At one point, you hear an announcer saying England isn't creative enough or positive enough. Did you write this thinking we're going to write an anthem because it's not necessarily a celebratory song. Well, England have had football pop songs written for them for a while. When we got asked to do this, like from 1966 winning won the World Cup, There was a song called World Cup. Willie and I grew up with songs called Things like this time, more than any other time and without fail. They were written before the tournament, and they were about how England was going to win the tournament and what I realized and being Frank Skinner realized when we wrote the song lyrically because we wrote the lyrics, not the music, which was totally done by the lightning seeds, and Ian Brodie was that that is not a real Experience of being a football fan or an England fan in this country, the real experiences that you have enormous expectation, which comes with this idea that England somehow own football, But in fact we get let down over and over again. And so we wrote that we wrote that real experience, but what it is is it's not purely melancholy because it actually goes. You know that England's going to throw it away going to blow it away, but I know they can play. Mhm. England's going to try it away all right away, but I know they don't play cause I remember. And so it's a song about breaking through your sense of disappointment with the.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"This was not. This was not an obstacle week at to try to to gather this impo. Paul paul ukraine team while they were talking about los i about the flora the semi final. Yeah we're in the semifinal member wimbledon be liveable an fa cup final. So that would that. That's what happens in in football. And i'm afraid i'm afraid to that. What's it last night. That is because i was in a product price Taliban just turned you off and you expose. I'm from april may around so suppose in essence. What with both saying anything blend do go on and winning football won't becoming oh it would just be a stair oil version of the game said. Look yeah when it said. Sometimes you sing this song Frank skinner down. What he's done as he bread munster eight. Yes because because i come on come on come on for a long time and that do not to grind so yesterday they didn't he's on television. It was about a son may nine. That's fantastic. He's out he's gonna dig with him as the but the sun is football is not coming out this out and if he does your own quality got a big last night you that our kind of swung for the game last night. I mean having said that the players had minutes ago at night we were exhausted because you never seen the both match. And that will love the bogan scotland. Exactly talk you know. They were all in in highlighted But that's what happens when you pry against inferior opponents. You'll find that the the the camera sees as a guy again is a coupla frank Is speaking of him outside because he wanted assignment chelsea excuse his would never got the sanctity sunday. But i think that that nothing from the truth again than my top midfield pleasant especially at international level. Absolutely but again. That's why that saif guy looks to play. It's game that all you don't like watching. And although yes of course you want england to win this parts a million to actually does because a wants to win with swagger an style any could win with swagger and the stall but as you've looted surly row is the wrote walker the hasn't got that confidence to go to war on walking stride over there and i'm going to jump off successfully a one that safety net just-in-case and you know what i'm gonna to safety nets just in case the first safety net doesn't work and boils really does go out outspending entertaining..

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Something Who

"To something who episode forty three. I'm talking again with chris. Chapman a man of many talents but among them is putting together. These fantastic documentaries for the doctor blu-ray collections. The last time we talked chris it was it was pretty much the start of the pandemic some sometime in in march last year. And i i mean. I guess at that point that the impact was being felt in the uk. So i suppose a some degree of mouthy starts to resume have you fair to him. Has it been for you. And it's been busy which it is it's i. I think we'll certainly personally been quite lucky. I've seen a lot of people in my industry have have a difficult time and and i hope that changes is certainly starting to change very quickly. But i've personally had a very busy lockdown kind of went from cancelling doctor who shoots that was very to shoot to being employed in country file for year doing doctor. Who in the background running out to all born when i heard grabbing frank skinner when i could and going and filming restaurant in december about the only week possibly get silvester mccoy to sit at a table with bonnie langford and several. So it's been kind of nonstop in quite a pleasing way. And i kind of i wouldn't have liked to have seen what my lockdown would have been like without. I think if i'd been unable to work would have probably been adopt time as i'm sure it has been lots people. So now it's been it's being okay. And where gradually shifting back to normal in terms of filming. I think it's just made us all very conscious particularly on the who've range of of how precious the people we phone with our. Nobody wants to be the person that goes in and kills. Frazer hines wipes out as mccoy or something like that so it makes us very. We'll always trying to avoid that. Even in peacetime it's made us acutely aware of how fragile and precious the people that we were without definitely. Yeah now i. I definitely got the impression that you were busy from from twitter feet and a similar story for me really in that very different line of work now at a broadcast transmission company And sort of light. It really but nonetheless very very busy but yeah it. It seems to be like that. I mean people seem to have either been flat out or had nothing to do and i think it's been a very unequal experience as a result. But yeah i'm glad glad glad to hear that might have to keep going and of course now award winning you may otherwise but the doctor who cooked revisited winning the award last summer i think yeah. Thank you now. That was a delicious surprise. Me because i vented doctor who talks low television society awards before when i lived up in the northeast and and we never go anywhere with really because i think ultimately the joy these things is that made for such a niche audience. We can of evelyn that but you show that to a not we and the of care. What is this what is this. Why haven't you write this for a general audience and answer normally. We got nowhere..

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"frank skinner" Discussed on V103

V103

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on V103

"But we haven't been through, it could be changed to be free. Let's start with you and me got away. One got away. WeII. Yeah, yeah, comes together. Make it right. That truth comes because problems don't less away way humble yourself. Beautiful people. Very no difference where The only difference is your ticket out just so we could do this to be strong. It's like a much better way way. Uh, Yeah, yeah. People say should be won over the number one for hip hop and R. B Frank Skinner, a chair for the Morning Culture on V 103 Where a man today is a very, very special day..

"frank skinner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"On declare your independence snack. Oxygen visas from the full Lubbock. Bus does learn. Well we're going to be We're GONNA take off tomorrow and Thursday trying to finish and Friday. We have It's Harry Wright Harry Vox Harry Vox on and I don't get afraid a lot of tire. Yeah whatever it's a Tuesday you know the the man's doing whatever but he did show yours. Oh Yeah Franks. On his way. You'll be only five minutes late ten minutes which means probably the second segment. Which is you know. It's frank so he'll whatever anyway frank skinner come in though so we get that. Benny and do the trump report report but Harry Vox a Rockefeller Day is of you know James Corbett type Salon and he's a little bit more impassioned and everything but it was six years ago. I think it was fourteen and when he did this it was it. It really impacted me. I hear motorcycle. It impacted me in a way that has it in a long time because it was Longtime ago years ago and he was impassioned that this was a plan how they were GonNa do it what they were going to do in the order that they're doing and that's happening right now. They're doing and of course because he did that. They censored And Are you sent me Fox's bio on telegram so it's box news and we used to have a lot of his stuff on all the time and so. This is going to be a really good show on Friday. I Want I want you guys to but now we have Dr Franken almost almost. He's putting on his headphones. He's taken about it your things upside down. And he's there okay okay. We're live music. Oh God have you ever made it? You didn't know what the opening is. Actually actually I figured this time. Hear the music because if you get a cease and desist order from the Makovsky Brothers Sisters. I did you hear about that. No what happened so you had Yulon. Musk just just the other day. Twitted twitted tweeted. Whatever to the world he said you know what after he was told the Democratic Representative or? I'm sure it was was it the the mayor. Whatever of a representative of his of his district About basically how dare he went up? Greta Thornburgh how dare you you on? Musk we California. Been so nice to you giving you these privileges Going to sit there and open up fi our thoughts and of course you know she said f you remember that and ex representative saying that right half mosque so f you and then of course you must said You know message received really talking about the sink response. Well anyway about the just yesterday after all of this. Yulon must tweet it out. He said he basically told everyone to get red. Pilled yuan must told the world. He's told his twitter followers. Basically take the red pill. This is coming from you on. Musk and then because of that. Course you know the the left is going ballistic over that you know. What does he mean by Red? Pills and of course we know what that means and the fact that he now is becoming the signing the face of the resistance salon owner in Texas and he lon musk both of which becoming the faces of this well anyway the Makovsky. What are the Hausky sisters? You can look it up Basically said F you to Elon. Musk and trump's daughter daughter-in-law Was it was actually looking at large. Trumper made an Avakian trump but they re tweeted. What are you on? Musk said about being read. Pilled and the mccaskey's now are now all complaining. An angry saying that you're you know that. How dare you misconstrue our movie? Being red pill talking about construe. How's IT missing? No that's the thing so anyway. I don't know they're probably do a cease and desist on you soon for using their movie. Supposedly movie was was really in code about transgender people coming out. That's really what the Matrix is about. So you need to Reformat your opening of your show very seriously sick. I can't make this up man okay. We were very the Matrix is about transgender. People coming out of in what three possible way? Hey and they're even saying you can't argue with us because we're the creators. Gino point their movie their story anyway. I'm glad you're theme. Music is still there I trust. It's there sorry miss it anyway? I just figured come in. It's our last time to hang out together and I didn't realize until this morning so you know what I'll get in trouble again but come in and have rag on me one last time before you off you'll even s- weekend so what I hear. God I hope so. I you know we've been busting but getting donnas. I just been on bus. You know it's been it's been a thing I mean it's all these little sister I got it in the studio done. Any of the the wiring harnesses or anything. I whatever. It's it's a thing but I don is getting into it. She's like you know this is pretty nice. You know thing. We're actually came for the coffee. Thank you Canada. You know. She's like you know I think she's ready to be rid of all the obligation and the stock which is what I'm looking forward to for her. They know just to be you know out and about in. We had must've been same thing. He's sonos houses. He selling mindset of a lot of paid stolen. So we're doing our families tiny home thing you know. I'm I'm tired of paying interest in serving the man you know. Just I know it's it's a it's a banking thing you know. In the first couple of hours you have problems in the first Half of the first hour but With audio whatever but At Tianhe Della Bow Tie. Remember that book. Your understanding your enslavement. You know the book we had and Matt White they're doing a hayride tour. Thanks starting in Vermont. Their Lake Champlain. I guess is up there and Matt has you know a multigenerational farms. And so on. And what they're doing is they're going across. Vermont New Hampshire and just small rural communities and their Just having a bonfire show a movie. has some talk Do whatever and Try and create some interest in getting educated and solution. I'm not really sure I don't think that they have a superbeet on exactly or do they just like. Hey Man we're just we're just going to defy the we're going to go out here and see what happens to be spontaneous order and And of course I want to help but you know my main thing. I Want Solutions Man. I'm just authors. Big Solution is is freaking. Just Open. So what Howard at the end has been in California. I think he was saying Santa Cruz or wherever he was. La County anyway. He's in California so they're going to these restaurants at A. Let them sit there. You're bringing a dozen thirty people or some just in an open open. Now we'll come in and sit down all of us. Come in this curbside crap. You Wanna serve will be patient. We were just going to say we're open. You won't be open we're open. There's open they don't then. Of course all the Cairns come out you know got take pictures and everything. I love this. Okay care that you're talking about it's like the OK keirin united. It's always a boomer. Yeah it it's. It's a forty year old short hair blonde white girl with the camera. You're not social distancing. You Know Karen. They're always came back and it was a it was Paul. Joseph did.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"What didn't you understand? Where not letting him get a three off making try to bounce it, but. Late in the game nets back and forth back and. Guy Hits another three. I'm now. I call timeout. Frank meets the guy who's guarding him. About half court and guys trying to get back the Hoick you've never seen frank, slightest feet delayed. Me Stand in front of the guy. I mean any is giving him the what for a long time they get over to the huddle. The whole first hard sounded. So I, said frank guy like share with the rest of us. He got put his head down and off. We go now we're back out. It's back and forth back and forth back and forth. And I turn around. and. Look at Frank Frank Skinner when his head down he goes down looking at the floor, silent overnight slapped his leg I said. Would you help me? Help me. Now, going back and forth and then I mean it's literally where their head. We're their hit Franken Zoeller big hand on my shoulder I turned around, and he said less. I know I know you. You can't stand this guy. I can't stand meter. But we gotta get him back in the game. These all you wanted can score. And turned around kissed around on a Ford and I. Said Frank I love you like brother. He found out three minutes. That was true. Only the names of James. Hey. Let's finish with one one topic that I. Think is going to be very important going forward. I know hugs, you're you're against this? My guess is all three of your probably against it this one time transfer waiver. It's going to be voted on. May Twentieth and I've written a lot about transfers over the last week. And you guys know I've kept the transfer loose for years, and and I stand. It's hard for me because on one hand I know it's not good for the game I. Understand that one hundred percent roster turnover. Is going to be insane. Goes into place the quality, the a place gonna suck in November December especially, but I do believe kids probably should have the opportunity to make decisions transfer, and not have to sit out so I'm torn on this whole thing I'm really torn to be honest looking at it objectively, hugs! Why are you so against this?.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A hand over will be our guide Dan Harlow dance always like prepping for a game or something like that I never I never takes a break they're working to our good morning how are you Loni I'm great how are you I'm tired I'm tired of what we make of all of well what probably from having a few beers and watch the Superbowl but I I digress Daniel yesterday I watch the Kansas City Chiefs triumphantly beat the forty Niners whichever Bengal fan you're happy because there's a little retribution there I'll some happy for other city Kansas city which similar size maybe to Cincinnati Ohio and so you believe that a small market team can achieve the crowning glory of a World Championship as well as any read his long deserve that says name on the Lombardi trophy guys like a Travis Kelsey the former UC bear cats former a Buffalo Bills Sammy Watkins so I'm happy about that personally in my team and so I felt good yesterday but I didn't feel good for the entire game because Patrick my homes did not look like Patrick homes for most of the game yesterday then tell you had to and then in the last six minutes of the game they scored twenty one points they are eight to ten point deficit they won the game he wasn't perfect the forty Niners pass rush had a lot to do with that but the I'll take him over anybody else in the NFL and getting back to what you were saying I am happy for Andy Reid yes because it's nice that he got his Super Bowl title in before the Joe Berle era began it's no longer possible for an AFP head coach to win one I got you we'll get to that in a second I'll slow down or Dan let's take it easy came out man I'll tell you what he is fired up this morning Daniel my brother I know that Pat Malone saying it yet you know I'm watching this game gone wild at Frisco actually figure a Patrick my homes how to slow him down how to stop him it is that a blueprint that read the rest of the team's only gonna be looking at into the start of next season the off season going okay here's a schemes the fresco drop in their DC drop it is that something you're gonna see teams replicate next year to try and stop and if not slow down Patrick my home because if they do if there anything again how many teams are capable of playing at the same level of the the the Casey is but none the less do do we see Casey was more games next year as a result of this thing's a pendulum starts when you the other way or they just simply that unstoppable well let's talk about what San Francisco did to slow down nine my home state did the most basic thing you can possibly do on defense they rushed for they dropped seven and they had their secondary played deep to try to take away big plays that works if you have the best four man rush in the NFL yeah which the forty Niners do if you don't that doesn't work so be I I suppose it's a blueprint but you better invest a lot in your defense of light like the forty Niners have order to be able to pull it off yeah yeah and you know those weapons obviously you rushed us for the best in the league at doing that to getting the Patrick mall but you also going to contain the edges to and and they did a wonderful job of that it in keeping Patrick my homes for most of the game without that yard you know I I I watched a few games with him this year and I love all of them this is the one where he was least effective with his feet okay about thirty one point yeah right exactly about it's not like last year's Superbowl where the high scoring he would tell the story as with the case with the lamb I mean in this super ball it took awhile but by the end of the game he had thirty one points in a double digit win yeah I need a gas and you think about some of the place it's certainly they weren't the Patrick homes winning with his feet option that kind of thing but you know a couple of plays certainly where he yeah I got first down and out of the touchdown and then the the one where it looked like most guys had taken off on the goal which everybody kids is any their hearts stop for like a half second in all my data that they get the Golan yeah I believe so good twenty four years old and come on that's not even fair it's unbelievable didn't play as first year when the MVP the first year that he does play wins the Superbowl the second year that he actually gets to play so right now he's the best player in the NFL and it'll be interesting to see how many he winds up with by the time his career is finished all respect to Lamar Jackson though on but but again the league has a way especially today's N. F. L. of having multiple faces is there not just one face anymore it's multiple faces certainly Lamar is there but but clearly at the top right now is Patrick my homes I don't know who's on on below them in the mount Rushmore to cling to Willie Frank Skinner I'm not Rushmore today's players I'm not ready for the twenty twenty and I fell down or yes to a before the Russell Wilson would be on this and number four Sir can you definitely on the bangles mount Rushmore at the other side of the ball though Kyle Shanahan gets his team to the to the championship game and then a is successful they were the entire game I look at the final numbers here they threw the ball thirty one times rationally twenty two times the team that ran the bombing yeah Jimmy G. only through the ball what about eight passes in one game three two balls way lately game on a planning that why did they move away from a game plan I'm I wasn't like this was not really a reach until they score that late touched on a third touchdown they were completely in this thing why move away from the from the rush in in go to the pass it on that's not what they do well yeah I mean if you're going to cite the NFC championship game worry only through a passive that's because Green Bay did not stop the run at all you know I mean temperatures go went up and down the field and never had to pass in this game the chiefs that a reasonably good job of stopping the run I think the forty Niners wound up with a hundred and forty rushing yards which is good but it is below their **** so the you know they had to just based on what Kansas city was stopping but I will say this about Kyle Shanahan I I think he's the best offense of mine in the NFL but his decision not to use his time out at the end of the first half was comically bad as bad as anything Marvin Lewis was it ever accuse terms clock mismanaged right I mean let's go back to the situation it's a tight game you have forced Kansas city to mine you have all three timeouts left and and that's Kansas city is lining up to punch they allowed thirty seconds to run out the clock not a minute fifty left in the half what are you doing caller time out you still have to laugh it's much easier to control the clock with the ball then when you're on defense and they just stood there and let thirty seconds run out the clock before Kansas city punt I can't figure it out John Lynch the GM may show up in the box like giving time out signal what are you doing so you know how would that have swung the game I don't know I think they certainly had a good chance to get Lisa ray may seventh and when you're playing Kansas city and Patrick my homes you can't take your foot off the gas pedal like that I just thought that was an egregious mistakes down the stretch in the wheels really fell off that third touchdown was that was the back breaker there and there's no containment whatsoever thought wow that was that was way too easy way too easy for Kansas city Nortel I I thought the broadcasters miss something that play what do you call your fellow brother and I love it yeah well but is infinitely better than I am but in any case on that one by Damian Williams a basically put the game away the smart thing would have been to go down I'd like to my yard line because that ends the game right you can run out the clock at that point by scoring that touchdown day at least gave the forty Niners a chance because they got a ticket to San Francisco San Francisco somehow went down and scored we covered it on side kick and scored again they could have won the game by going to the ground on that long run instead of scoring what you know kind of became the clinching touchdown but at least mathematically gave the forty Niners a chance and I was surprised nobody pointed that out I suppose when he the moment I mean you know you're the Superbowl I get to score a touchdown so yeah and and it happened a few times every year in the guy never goes down and I get it I mean you're running back here in the Superbowl you want to take it into the end zone I don't blame him I'm just surprised that nobody pointed out that the smarter thing to do would have been yeah I get that stand hard voice of the Bengals on the show and media critic to it you heard it here first does not like Joe Bach things to be doing much as I think you would but that that's my opinion not yours next year Dan horde will you and David Lapham B. B. and Tampa calling several by fifty five big John Breaux is over yeah Tampa bounded the joke or era begins can you attach that shot during the pre game show where Bella checked slash delete the Superbowl rings yeah I did now Hey we're doing that sometime down the road with the Taylor borough combination leading the way to bangles glory shall I okay maybe not happen next year but sometime in the relatively near future you really believe that I do believe that the bangles are going to be good very good in a short period of time and that they will draft you'll grow yes okay this is Joe burrow instantly put you into the playoffs probably not in the year one although I wouldn't completely rule it out but it typically takes a couple of years but I do think within a couple of years yes bangles will be right back in the mix okay but but on that too now I guess one of the ways to look at this is okay they get Joe Berle they see how the NFL is changing they see that things have to be different one one of the things you can obviously content about the bangles is slow to change not exactly on the cutting edge of the very latest trends in the National Football League Daniel I believe you agree with that that sentiment right there did the Bengals have to change sizeable size seismically or a little bit and how they run things in the front office and that can you can you get back to where you need to be as a matter of fact can you do better that were used to be in that it's not just with a playoff appearance but a streak of playoff wins and ultimately championship through this drafting seven players without going through anyone in free agency yes or no.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sussman in for my brother Brian Z. continues his medical leave elected church you're wearing their Katie thanks man I was so excited I yeah I I it fight it finally finally came in yet and I couldn't have come at a better time yes your bowl shift yes it says bold data and then a nice big bug eyed photo of pencil necked shifty chef and I'm wearing it proudly out here today and now I've received some looks that I don't know that I'm familiar with it it's a lot of folks probably saying muttering behind your back for that let's see my level of caring is just it's nonexistent so they can do what they want it it it I already everybody see that was I think we've mentioned this on the program before but you know my my fiance drew was on the air one time and he's got a little political and he works in sports radio and everybody was well you know they can spend an expected out of them right I work on KSFO and I've been here for like nine or ten years and everybody just kind of already knows at this point so if I got to walk in you're wearing a mag Hatton and I've I actually do have a big head of president trump okay and it's it's a it's a Halloween mask yeah and I mean I can think of like two people that might pass out but that's about it no one else is there like a cat is at it again yeah what is that one of the and what are they going to do yeah exactly right exactly exactly change your mind yeah right well they are called me are they going to call me a racist gosh heaven forbid will your years brings us to this story and and this is how triggered people get there's a guy who played Santa Claus for fifty years cabs in Georgia Waycross Georgia he posted a photo of him wearing a face it well on his personal Facebook page he posted a picture of him in a mag had in a Santa costume at the mall where he's working this is on his personal Facebook page K. okay it was there are no kids around it was he said it was right at the closing time for the mall he got fired by the mall for posting something on his personal Facebook page because somebody complained about it to the screen shot and send it to the mall of Waycross and said let me see can Santa please now where trump passed back to verse even spelled the please wrong on this so you're looking at the of ray type person you're dealing with yeah fourteen years the mall Waycross he's been a Santa for fifty years doing this and they fired him because they receive one complaint about this photo it's just guys in Frank Skinner decades long playing father Christmas it fourteen years the mall Waycross and several other areas too he said it really wasn't innocent thing he told first coast news which by the way is the Waycross Georgia southern Georgia were right on the Florida line the first coast news is a matter of fact is the outfit that I used to work with but I work for than I was when I was in Jacksonville he explained he felt this is constitutional rights were violated they told me could return to his job in a Facebook post about firing Skinner said he didn't mean to create a fire storm by doing that he simply intended to post a post a photo on his page for a little humor said I have many friends and family who like me support our president no way did I mean because anyone discomfort thought at the time was harmless fun now I realize in this day and age I should not a posted it obviously offended some folks I can assure you that was not my intent I have learned a lot from this going forward I will keep this in mind all my gosh this is so ridiculous yeah I just saw the story this is unbelievable this poor guy I mean is there in Georgia we're sure workers that's a red state but okay and I get it employers look at your face book and you know it they're gonna eat see the things that you put up but this this isn't like anything that he he didn't do anything wrong now he's exercising his freedom of speech on his personal Facebook page by wearing a hat that supports the president exactly said unfortunately after posting the photo someone went to my personal Facebook page I took a screenshot to use a report I don't know the exact actions taken by that community member from that point on but somehow mall management received your request for removal of my trunk Pat request sent out of context is if I wear it all day first coast news received the photo as well news management at Yahoo news contacted mall manager for statement statement of mall wrist I receive claimed I'd be replacing that point because all this became a massive controversy so I see they sent it not only the mall management they sent it to the TV station and there is what happened that's what happened yeah so I would imagine if there's another mall in the area and I don't believe there is I've been a while since I've been away cross another mall with higher this guy say yeah we've got the the mag have we're in Santa at our mall and I bet you would see a line double around the building three times well I guess double round building twice and be refunded there a double around the building of people bring their kids to see the mag for him you know I'm on his personal Facebook page and this guy is a gem first of all I mean he's just at everything on this page is really positive it's all you know full love it's not you know he's not out there it everything it's like Jesus is my savior trump is my president it's not ripping the laughed yes it's just pro trump that say I mean Aizen there's no like liberal bashing going on or anything here he does have a post about the impeachment nothing burger of which I love he called it that I love mine but looking at his page I would be I would not be shocked if president trump doesn't see this and send this guy like a note or post a tweet about AM or something yeah I mean that you know he can he posted it for his personal use yeah is this what it's going to come down to now I guess it it's come down to it already right there are so many people that are so pinched about the president there so bent out of shape that they still want Hillary to be queen I am the you know I've seen things divisive in my life you know I've said was there for but yeah we never did this with the Obama health we will have the right never complained anything about this for small Santa be wearing Obama handle you know you'd be pried the front page of the the a BM in being the ad for the mall yeah they probably put in there television and there you know newspaper at it we had a we need Republicans never got this bent out of shape for ever for anything that Obama did we never you know if Bill Clinton same thing it's just this level of hatred of this president's from people on the left it's incredible yeah they should be observed as they could you imagine if there is a giant inflatable Obama baby balloon it could you imagine that all my gosh that it would be they would they would exercise their second amendment right probably pull out a gun and shoot it out of the sky you know they would us is this this it is two sided game they play is just disgusting well and here's the other thing this small should be eternally grateful for president trump because the economy is screaming along yeah you said this was at a mall and like they're still open there there's there's still one I think that's the last one Waycross Georgia yeah this is is something that the mall should just be happy that the president is doing what he's doing because that mall is still in business because the economy is screaming along for everybody not just the rich not just Bill Gates not just Jeff Bezos for everybody talked about this yesterday president Kennedy said a rising tide lifts all boats while somebody else price said that for him but his most recent one I could think of everybody's doing better because this economy especially people Waycross Georgia across all of the United States this mall should be grateful to this president for doing what he's done right and even in the name of slamming this president this mall is getting publicity they are trumps even helping them in the name of them banning him then again I hope in in some ways this backfires yeah you know and sadly I I'd say that but you know you don't want to hurt the workers in the mall the stores in the mall they don't have anything do with this I hope they complain the mall management say Hey you know what this guy was doing a heck of a job we liked him so what if you took the picture what makes you feel any better if you put a Hillary had on oh boy he yanks galley you want to see you want to talk about photo center where kids are screaming X. terrifying eight five fifty let's check traffic Katie green got the latest and your traffic right now a couple of problems spots out there this morning southbound one oh one at Millbrae Avenue an accident here does have injuries involved it looks like we still have the right lane blocked second one from the left open however another problem spot as northbound eight eighty eight Warren Avenue two vehicles involved in a wreck one of them off the roadway down the embankment and requiring some assistance northbound one I wanted her to have a we have a traffic collision here minor injuries involved so emergency services are on the scene I however we are seeing a tow truck pull up here shortly so it'll be in its clearing stages a vehicle is stopped on northbound wanna manner drive taking up the right lane south down six eighty at bir now all we have a big rig that's in the right lane and this is where that large role of insulation is bouncing around in the two left lanes they.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Store official do by police vehicles like the Bugatti Lamborghini and Ferrari test the C. O. U. R. must says they've already had more than two hundred thousand pre orders and that production of the summer truck will start in twenty twenty two tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio this is the first station exclusively devoted to podcasts and podcasts discover the I heart podcast so she gets sued by the owner of the moon lawn Rouge and he doesn't take this sitting down because that's not part of the act he instead fights the situation in court but while this is going on the Moulin Rouge decides to replace him with a different performer now is really really a rough time for old look at two men because they replaced him with a lady for artist names it was just left Sam penso man less than plateau ma'am yeah yeah who turned out to be a fraud fatale is right yeah apparently under her enormous teddy codes she was hiding a bellows that was being worked I'm guessing by her foot maybe like thigh master rule yeah could you see that right now right now he's moving in adding insult to injury her act was a one to one rip off of of his act and it did you know it was a quite a kerfuffle yes it was it was quite a to do for sure no Joseph rule not to be defeated said you know what I'm gonna open my own theater god knows I have the money in the capital to do so so he opens his own theater and begins working for himself and for years and years and years she is doing quite well he built up a name people go to see the world famous the Petaluma and things are rolling smoothly along until World War one occurs in nineteen fourteen yeah I don't know I guess I guess things just got kind of dark and people just weren't in the same mirthful spirits they used to be where where farts would would make them you know have heart attacks in the aisle they're they're having heart attacks from like serious stuff like you having bombs dropped on things and just living in utter fear and terror and additionally his two sons were disabled in World War one so if he packs up his career as a professional flatulence and he re opens a bakery which he was doing at the beginning of the story I guess what is known for Noel is it the bran muffins is the bran muffin gene at he lives to the ripe old age of eighty eight years old and expires in nineteen forty five yeah and leaves behind him a a legacy of of a far Destry that is is actually been carried on today by a a a pretty admittedly small group there is one guy who is carrying this mantle and and had I mean the parents on the BBC in nineteen ninety seven he goes by the name of Mr methane and uses the same technique the whole idea of inhaling air into the sphincter and pushing it back out and being able to make different tones and you can kind of tell by the way he he sticks a microphone right in is but and then speaks into it afterwards to has a odorless ocean well he certainly certainly presents it as such and we can talk a little bit about the science of this too but first let's let's play a clip of Mr methane from got got one handy on by the way this clip was banned from the BBC on the grounds of bad taste according to this this YouTube clip here you be the judge I'm is to set the tone this guy's wearing green spandex with it with a purple Cape and a green little face mask and that is Mr methane and Frank Skinner performing it did do Ron Ron which is backed by the band the scanner at for BBC television I twenty seven but apparently it did not make it to air I want to confirm that but I can I I that is what I'm reading here she is not for the record singing here's just providing the the wind for this a priest as a true genius a huge star by Howard Stern I he's appeared on numerous different programs not just the BBC bodies on Francis got talent Britain's got talent Simon cal called him a disgusting creature did in fact gone that's true but he also Mister methane not Simon got to the German version of the show das super talent he made it to the semi finals of the winner was actually a dog you know the Germans are into that stuff you can read the entire story from his perspective at his website which is still up Mr methane dot com he also has a Facebook page where he has six thousand five hundred ninety five likes so you know an admittedly Nish talent but the very much you know carrying on the torch of the of of you know past heroes like role in the forger and left so many loose ends since we promised it in the beginning we can go ahead while while we're on the subject of farts tell you the world's oldest joke it is been traced back to nineteen hundred B. C. E. S. it is some areas these this Marian's lived in was now southern Iraq and here it goes tell us if you think it's still translates something which has never occurred since time immemorial semi colon here a young woman did not fart in your husband's lap that's it that's the joke yeah I don't understand I don't get it either it feels like maybe there's some social commentary that apply I'd more to that time that it does the twenty eighteen but it's neat that the world's oldest joke is a fart joke I suppose yeah yeah I know you said you like for humor I just don't think I just I I left I don't know I would rather hear appear a fart than than that joke ends someone who did not like puma this might surprise some of us learn was lit petal man himself he did not want to denigrate or diminish the quality of his artistry and impressions yeah he was a hearty east he he had been working on this craft for many years I don't think we we said that that from the time he found out about his talent to the time he actually graced the stage for the first time he had been like working on this stuff for like five years or something in a workshop again yeah picture and staying up late night at the bakery just humming songs to himself and trying to figure out where he could slip the right farted thank you no I think this was a pretty good one this is this is a fascinating stuff I got to speak up in defense of forts though when how many times he said the word fart in this episode well we certainly said the word more often than hopefully will either of us actually forwarded during this recording well I don't know and didn't have a stat about how often in a day yes people far and they don't even realize it's like they're like big you know boisterous ones then it's just like that that kind of regulation of your gas yeah like I said in the top of the show it's it's about a leader to one point five liters of gas per day and most people will tend to Ford on average about thirteen to twenty one times so we're on this together we're all in this together and as always as I was sitting up in defense of forts if you ever feel guilty for Elena particular stinker remember move your farts are going to be manufactured by the bacteria that lives with in your body about seventy five percent of your fortune created in your lower intestine not by you so the true culprit of a smelly far is not you but you were bacteria and that's why the Petaluma and other professional flatulence don't have that smell because they're taking in air from outside and then expelling but you're saying that the legit way it's not even your fault because you're really just farting your farts farts right which leads us to a bigger question who or.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Gets sued by the owner of the lawn Rouge and he doesn't take this sitting down because that's not part of the act he instead fights the situation in court but while this is going on the Moulin Rouge decides to replace him with a different performer now is really really a rough time for old append to man because they replaced him with a lady for artist names it was just left them penso man left and put the letter yeah yeah who turned out to be a fraud for tell it's right yeah apparently under her enormous teddy codes she was hiding a bellows that was being worked I'm guessing by her foot like thigh master rule yeah could you see that right now and now he's moving in adding insult to injury her act was a one to one rip off of of his act and it did you know it was a quite a kerfuffle yes it was it was quite a to do for sure no Joseph not to be defeated said you know what I'm gonna open my own fear god knows I have the money in the capital to do so so he opens his own theater and begins working for himself and for years and years and years she is doing quite well he built up a name people go to see the world famous the pedal month and things are rolling smoothly along until World War one occurs in nineteen fourteen yeah I don't know I guess I guess things just got kind of dark and people just weren't in the same mirthful spirits they used to be where where farts would would make them you know have heart attacks in the aisle yeah they were having a heart attack from like serious stuff like you having bombs dropped on things and just living in utter fear and terror and additionally his two sons were disabled in World War one so he packs up his career as a professional flatulence and he re opens a bakery which he was doing at the beginning of the story I guess what is known for Noel is it the bran muffins is the bran muffin he and he lives to the ripe old age of eighty eight years old and expires in nineteen forty five yeah and leaves behind him a a legacy of of of forestry that it is is actually been carried on today by a a a pretty admittedly small group there is one guy who is carrying this mantle and and had I mean the parents on the BBC in nineteen ninety seven he goes by the name of Mr methane and uses the same technique the whole idea of inhaling air into the sphincter and pushing it back out and being able to make different tones and you can kind of tell by the way he he sticks the microphone right in is but and then speaks into it afterwards right to as a odorless well he certainly certainly presents it as such and we can talk a little bit about the science of this too but first let's let's play a clip of Mr methane from got got one handy by the way this clip was banned from the BBC on the grounds of bad taste according to this this YouTube clip here you be the judge to set the tone this guy's wearing green spandex with a with a purple Cape and a green little face mask and that is Mr methane and Frank Skinner performing it did do Ron Ron which is backed by the band the scanner ads for BBC television I twenty seven but apparently it did not make it to air I want to confirm that but I can I I that is what I'm reading here she is not for the record singing here's just providing the in the wind for this a priest as a true genius a huge store by Howard Stern I he's appeared on numerous different programs not just the BBC bodies on France's got talent Britain's got talent Simon cal called him a disgusting creature did in fact call and and his true but he also Mister methane not Simon got to the German version of the show das super talent he made it to the semi finals of the winner was actually a dog you know the Germans are into that stuff you can read the entire story from his perspective at his website which is still up Mr methane dot com he also has a Facebook page where he has six thousand five hundred ninety five likes so you know an admittedly Nish talent but do very much you know carrying on the torch of the of of you know past heroes like role in the forger and left so many loose ends since we promised it in the beginning we can go ahead while while we're on the subject of farts tell you the world's oldest joke it is been traced back to nineteen hundred B. C. E. S. it is some areas these this Marian's lived in was now southern rock and here it goes tell us if you think it translates something which has never occurred since time immemorial semi colon here a young woman did not fart in your husband's lap that's it that's the joke yeah I don't understand I don't get it either it feels like maybe there's some social commentary that applied more to that time that it does the twenty eighteen but it's neat that the world's oldest joke is a fart joke I suppose yeah yeah I know you said you like for humor I just don't think I just I I like I don't know I I would rather hear of here a fart than than that joke ends someone who did not like poop humor this might surprise some of us learn once the petal man himself he did not want to denigrate or diminish the quality of his artistry and impressions yeah he was a forty east he he had been working on this craft for many years I don't think we we said that that from the time he found out about his talent of the time he actually graced the stage for the first time he had been like working on this stuff for like five years or something in a workshop again yeah picture and staying up late night at the bakery just the humming songs to himself and trying to figure out where he gets with the right forget thank you I think this was a pretty good one this is this is some fascinating stuff I got to speak up in defense of forts though I wonder how many times he said the word fart in the surface well we certainly said the word more often than hopefully will either of us actually forwarded during this recording well I don't know and didn't have a stat about how often in a day yes people far and they don't even realize it's not like they're like big you know boisterous ones then it's just like that that kind of regulation of your gas yeah like I said in the top of the show it's it's about a leader to one point five liters of gas per day and most people will tend to Ford on average about thirteen to twenty one times so we're on this together we're all in this together end as always as I was sitting up in defense of forts if you ever feel guilty for Elena particular stinker remember move your farts are going to be manufactured by the bacteria that lives with in your body about seventy five percent of your fortune created in your lower intestine not by you so the true culprit of a smelly fart is not you but you were bacteria and that's why I live petal mile and other professional flatulence don't have that smell because they're taking in air from outside and then expelling but you're saying that the legit way it's not even your fault was really just farting your farts farts right which leads us to a bigger question who.

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"frank skinner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"frank skinner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"To set the tone this guy's wearing green spandex with it with a purple Cape and a green little face mask and that is Mr methane and Frank Skinner performing it did do Ron Ron which is backed by the band the scanner at for BBC television I twenty seven but apparently it did not make it to air I want to confirm that but I guess that is what I'm reading here she is not for the record singing here's just providing the the wind for this a priest as a true genius a huge star by Howard Stern I he's appeared on numerous different programs not just the B. B. C. bodies on France's got talent Britain's got talent Simon cal called him a disgusting creature did in fact call and that is true but he also Mister methane not Simon got to the German version of the show das super talent he made it to the semi finals of the when it was actually a dog you know the Germans are into that stuff you can read the entire story from his perspective at his website which is still up Mr methane dot com the US has a Facebook page where he has six thousand five hundred ninety five likes so you know an admittedly Nish talent but the very much you know carrying on the torch of the of of you know past heroes like role in the forger and left so many loose ends since we promised it in the beginning we can go ahead while while we're on the subject of farts tell you the world's oldest joke it is been traced back to nineteen hundred B. C. E. S. it is some areas these this Marian's lived in was now southern Iraq and here it goes tell us if you think it il translates something which has never occurred since time immemorial semi colon here a young woman did not fart in your husband's lap that's it that's the joke yeah I don't understand I don't get it either it feels like maybe there's some social commentary that applied more to that time that it does the twenty eighteen but alas it's neat that the world's oldest joke is a fart joke I suppose yeah yeah I know you said you like for humor I just don't think I just I I like I don't know I I would rather hear appear a fart than than that joke ends someone who did not like poop humor this might surprise some of us learn once the petal man himself he did not want to denigrate or diminish the quality of his artistry and impressions yeah he was a hearty east he he had been working on this craft for many years I don't think we we said that that from the time he found out about his talent of the time he actually graced the stage for the first time he had been like working on this stuff for like five years or something in a workshop again yeah the picture and stayed up late night at the bakery just a humming songs to himself and trying to figure out where he gets with the right farted thank you no I think this was a pretty good one this is this is a fascinating stuff I got to speak up in defense of fort Wayne how many times he said the word fart in the service well we certainly said the word more often than hopefully will either of us actually forwarded during this recording well I don't know and then you have a stat about how often in a day yes people far and they don't even realize it's like they're like big you know boisterous ones there's just like that that kind of regulation of your gas yeah like I said in the top of the show it's it's about a leader to one point five liters of gas per day and most people will tend to Ford on average about thirteen to twenty one times so we're on this together we're all in this together and as always as I was sitting up in defense of forts if you ever feel guilty for Elena particular stinker remember move your farts are going to be manufactured by the bacteria that lives with in your body about seventy five percent of your farts are created in your lower intestine not by you so the true culprit of a smelly fart is not you but you were bacteria and that's why the petal mile and other professional flatulence don't have that smell because they're taking in air from outside and then expelling but you're saying that the legit way it's not even your fault because you're really just farting your farts farts right which leads us to a bigger question who or what are we fighting inside.