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"glenda" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:56 min | 5 d ago

"glenda" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And like the Mexican Yes, Glenda programs tell the White House this week told us that they are coordinating with And then they said, You know, there's really 12 people, but then they wouldn't name the 12 people. Now they've named the 12 people. But what's happening to those 12 people and Does the government have a right to take away your right? She just because they can call up a private company and have it done? I don't think so. Stephen Miller is looking into this. He's just He's just started The America first legal. He is the founder and president of that, and he's going to talk about what the administration is doing, how they're coordinating and how we can stop this because it is absolutely not constitutional. And they're they're what they're doing is they're silencing people for misinformation. But at the same time, the mainstream media is lying about what is happening in Texas with the you know the voting bills. They're saying that we're cutting hours, etcetera, etcetera, but now it's even worse. Now they're saying we're not going to even be able to teach Martin Luther King. We're not gonna be able to teach about the evils of slavery because of these Texas Senate bills. Not true. Maybe we should make a list of 12 institutions on the left. That shouldn't be listened to anymore, and maybe should be banned, and I'd start with CNN, CBS, NBC, ABC all of them because they're lying, and we begin there in 60 seconds,.

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"glenda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"glenda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Glenda Gill face on. The whole thing fell apart about halfway through when they had a falling out and abandon the project. Also, they never paid me for any of the work. I did and said it was quote my fault for trusting them, just like they're dumb daughters. But then, a few days ago, I received a Xerox copy of the facts asking me to read the following statement. Oh, Hello. It's George and Gil your favorite guys in the world and also New York, which is an awesome city, but not as good as it used to be. Because of Mayor de Blasio and the Knicks, who stink. We are in mandatory self quarantine right now. But we think that what the world needs is a podcast from us. George and Gil call in The bad boys of broadcast. It's time we finish and air this podcast. The very fact that we have content bank means we are miles ahead of the competition. Even a half finished podcast that almost ruined. Our friendship is more than you dances have out there and nobody will We're going to win the quarantine and one last thing you're welcome. End of statement. This is Oh, hello the podcast. Listen and follow this. Mm hmm. Yes. So we're chasing profits. In our companies.

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Tearful Reunion After Mom Saw Photo of Daughter at Border

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Tearful Reunion After Mom Saw Photo of Daughter at Border

"It was a tearful reunion for a mom who saw a photo of her daughter crossing the Mexican border alone six years ago Glenda Valdez kissed her toddler Emily good bye and left Honduras for the United States Valdez saw an AP photo a family trying to cross the border into the U. S. they reunited at the airport in Austin Texas yeah Emily is now nine at the border she said she was thirsty and didn't have anything to drink she didn't like it and didn't know where she was going once mom saw the picture she started making calls the complex I don't tell this is she now feels complete children are typically released with instructions to appear in immigration court where a judge rules on their asylum claims decisions can take years I'm at Donahue

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George Segal, Veteran of Drama and TV Comedy, Is Dead at 87

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

George Segal, Veteran of Drama and TV Comedy, Is Dead at 87

"Actor george seagal has died at eighty seven after complications from heart surgery his career spans six decades from the longest day to the goldbergs. Purist bob mondello has this remembrance. He was an idealistic painter. In ship of fools scheming prisoner of war in king rat a biology professor savaged in the domestic brawl. That was who's afraid of virginia woolf but it was his lightness in comedy that endeared george segal to audiences whether trying to scare his domineering mother to death in. Where's papa or starting an affair with glenda jackson in a touch of class about your wife. We've been married for eleven years and not once in all that time. Have i ever been unfaithful to her in the same city. She now down. In more recent decades seagal had settled comfortably into tv stardom as magazine editor. Jack gallo in just shoot me. And for the last eight years as pops in the

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Explorando el Instante con Camila Ibarra

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:19 min | 5 months ago

Explorando el Instante con Camila Ibarra

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Spotify tries out audiobooks with help from some celebrity Narrators

Daily Tech Headlines

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Spotify tries out audiobooks with help from some celebrity Narrators

"Spotify has released. Nine new exclusive audio books. The books themselves are public domain but the performances by celebrities. David does brooke narrates mary. Shelley's frankenstein forest whittaker reads the narrative of the life of frederick douglas and american slave and hilary swank narrates kate shop the awakening spotify is also releasing a companion podcast called sitting with the classics hosted by harvard. Professor glenda carpio last year spotify partnered with visiting world to release weekly chapter instalments of harry potter and the sorcerer's stone. Although the verge notes this no longer appears to be listed on spotify

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"glenda" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

08:28 min | 7 months ago

"glenda" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

"And this week we are joined by. Elizabeth is missing star glenda jackson. Welcome thank you. Elizabeth is missing lured. You out of retirement from the screen. Why was this project written by andrea gabe and based on the book by emma. Healy the one that brought you back to. The screen will was the one that was offered to me. I mean i have done two plays both in london new york and then the script was sent to me and a copy of the book as the issues of dementia outsiders. There's something all western democracies having to come to terms with. We are remarkably unprepared for these diseases. And as we have societies who are living longer and longer despite the corona virus pandemic. We really do have to begin to examine how we care for ourselves as we live longer than you have been outspoken on this issue of how we can fund that care that an elderly population so desperately needs me. What about this project. Therefore then spoke to you on that deeper more profound level. It was extremely well written book. I mean based on the office with our grandmother. It was a good script. And there's an issue which i think is of to the whole society. How do we look after. Settles for me. Get beyond the age. Where in the past. We would have been expected to die. I mean in britain. The nhc defines alzheimer's as an incurable disease. Given as you say that we are living longer as population. What conversations do you hope. Emerge as a result of elizabeth is missing both in terms of the funding and healthcare research itself. Well president government is talking about be but this is as a direct result of the covid pandemic About care homes for the we just have to wait and see if actually deliver raw. The milton just chat about it but we as a society have to acknowledge that as i said earlier we all living longer and those illnesses which are now part of our societies growth in a way. We're not there before. And we have to acknowledge that indeed. Our nhl says that time is incurable. That doesn't mean to say that it is impossible to live within the incurable disease. But the requirements of how you calf. Those people is something which i think. Assist society. We have to accept responsibility for god. Somebody with some common sense. A you out looking forward now. Yes we are every on the force out. I'm the flying squad's under sniffer dogs scouts. Will they like. I told you yesterday. They're nice dogs. Yesterday was out here yesterday. After several decades away from filmmaking. What struck you as the base. Change in terms of the process the technological exchange. I mean in my day you know you address and then you go away anything up for hours and go back and shoot the scene now. The technology arrives in the box. And i saw a box opened and i think there were eight to ten different lenses in it which screw it i mean just the technological with films of and on that people are watching you know besides does. You're actually doing the seat. You'd return to the stage before. Elizabeth with edward all these three tall women for which you wanna tony award and with king lear where you played the titular role opposite. Ruth wilson as cordelia and the fool. What did it mean particularly a woman to take on the role of lear. It was just privileged to be allowed to do it president of mine. A wonderful spanish actress had done it in buffalo. Letting go to see it and she said to me why you do it and i said that never let me do this in england but god bless the ovik they did and it's an extraordinary play. I mean it's just amazing. The gender aspect of it didn't really feature as far as i said I don't think it did. This is the costal. The audience were concerned. It's just such a magnificent piece of writing you know. Human nature doesn't change. The human condition can be improved. But we don't change much. We don't it's true You've won two academy awards two emmy awards a golden globe and a tony. You're one of the most celebrated actors of all time you left behind the world of acting for career in politics as a labour m p. What was behind the decision to leave acting behind. Essentially because of what the thatcher government said done to my country. I mean i have been an active member of the labor party and have been approached by a couple of constituencies And then when i was approached by hampstead which was where i had lived that long ago i thought yes go on have ago because i was seeing my country simply being subjected to an overwhelming sweep of decisions that i told undermined i still do What is essential about the united kingdom. It took five years to the labor party post. That's his departure to get into government. But i think we did bring up many things that were transformative or which destroyed the cost by are going in there. Oh cool. I mean you gave a blistering indictment of thatcherism in parliament in two thousand thirteen. Speaking about quote sharp elbows sharpness. All these were the way forward. What has the covid pandemic revealed about society and community about not leaving people walking by on the other side how unfair society we live in. But how'd that doesn't actually match what the citizens about society feel. I mean the amount of unstinting work that has gone into the actual treatment of covy patients but also the sheer generosity of of people who you know organized food banks who help people who are on their own that sense of community having something to contribute simply having said human nature doesn't change well. That's one of the marvelous things about human nature that doesn't change that compassion and caring and a sense of unity with a fellow. Human being has been enormously powerful during this pandemic Let's hope we learn the lessons from it. You've said of that. Impassioned speech in the commons quote. I had to speak out to stop. History being rewritten is that statement even more relevant in today's political and social climate. I think we're in the middle of it too much to be able to make a judgment there. I think the actual day to day almost hour by hour sequence if what not only our society going through but sitting he looks at america and sees the numbers bet. She going off the wall of covid victims but hopefully we will learn from it as i said. I think it has eliminated. Those people weren't aware of it of how divided i think economically mostly our society in the united kingdom is and. Let's hope that those lessons will be learned and restructured for the future once. We're out of it. Before this next question..

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"glenda" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"glenda" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

"Cobb and you're listening to astra studio as masterpiece launches its fiftieth season. It's only appropriate. That the first title that greets viewers stars one of the most accomplished actors any generation glenda jackson more. Don't do that. You can do it in your fingernails. You should loads l. hit don't need. She just put so pundy nails. Who told you that ellen into no golden. This drink can help you remember the soon jackson of course is no stranger to masterpiece her. Turn as the titular quite a bit. The i in elizabeth are from the opening seasoned masterpiece theatre earned the academy award winner. Not one but two emmy awards i mean. I just couldn't believe that. I had seven months work. It was just amazing but jackson's return to the screen. After a twenty seven year absence is quieter. Subtler and more than little melancholic. In elizabeth is missing jackson stars as maude vigorous woman of a certain age. Who finds both her best friend and her memory increasingly and distressingly absent as she investigates the disappearance of her confidante. Maude begins to unravel not only what happened to elizabeth but also the seven year old mystery of what happened to her sister sukey. I've gotta find elizabeth answering her door. Something must have happened to have blinds. Were closed in the middle of the day. That's not like she must have gone away. She has not she would have told me. Naturally jackson has already and an international emmy for her role in this production.

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Visibility is on the ballot

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:26 min | 9 months ago

Visibility is on the ballot

"Today were diving into women of color that are on the ballot, and also what candidates and campaigns need to be doing better to reach out to black around and indigenous communities. We have Glenda car, the CO founder President of Higher Heights. So if you listen to our episode before this with State's attorney I, use your bray boy, she was wearing her black women. Lead shirt so that sure comes from higher heights and we have Lynn when the political director for run API I a new initiative that just out of the gates gained so much attention and is doing wonderful work and I can't wait to dive into talking to her about the amazing things that they're doing. But in typical BG fashion, we have to start off the. Conversation by talking about Howard Brown rose got involved in Politics Lynn, let's start with you. What made you want to do this work I met you when you are on Standard Booker's presidential race landward with on my best friends in the booker who has the flow colder actor we immediately had energy I appreciate offer letting even on here I. Think what's so I just? WanNa start. It's it's always a struggle for us like Asian women thinking. Okay. If this is a speech for Black and Brown women do we do we belong in us as organizers in the space that we challenge ourselves on every single day? I, appreciate the all see us as part of his fight Abdu I'm no my start in politics it was in high school. I had to fulfil my community service hours as Eilly volunteer for my local mayor's race. Obviously had no idea what organizing wise what it meant to talk to voters. And it wasn't until our college when I was organizing around development movement was like Oh shit. Okay. So this is what this is but I think what's really interesting is that it's I think for me because I get asked that a lot especially with the next generation of organizers coming in and it wasn't so much like what what started this interest. But it's been in especially in the last few years it's been the women around me that have kept. You know and it's like it's it's I. Think we often you'll so burnt out in this process but it is absolutely been like this networks like very intentional network of women that have kept here. Sorry and we will go to Glenda and it's weird for me. y'All not to see Granddad two or three times a month. That's how often we would just see each other at different events conferences in even when we get on the phone I'm like it's my Glenn like I miss you so much but I'm super excited to have her here. Today Higher Heights. It's an organization that I've been involved with or a long time. Now is an organization that I give a lot of my time my coins as well because that's important the when that's how us what each of this work you know I come from a politically active family I mean I don't think they overtly would call themselves that but others did right and so I am a daughter of a Caribbean immigrant migrated here. My mother picked him up next door literally like WHO's this guy next door and David got married and? Had three children and the baby and my father was a community activist right in. Here's a man that didn't become a citizen until the later part of his life because he wanted to vote for his friend Joe Lieberman and But everybody assumed that he was like he was the political light Caribbean political maker in the community about making sure people registered to vote he was very active in and So was my mother on my eighteenth birthday I'm sure my parents gave me a jewelry because that's what they gave me at every birthday. Don't remember what was didn't don't wear it is but they registered me devote my mother put me in her car drove me down to city hall and registered to vote in until the day she died she called me and my brothers on major elections to make sure we. voted. So it was just kind of ingrained around our civic civic engagement But I thought it was going to be a musician went to Music Conservatory and was Likley engaged on campus. As we all are particularly go to a predominantly white college. There's always some takeover

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Singapore GE2020: Global concerns, national elections

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Singapore GE2020: Global concerns, national elections

"One of the things we're gonna be covering is the Singapore elections coming up July 10th and for a closer look at what's happening and why it's so important. For that we go to Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia host Brian Curtis in Hong Kong and his colleague Doug Prisoner. Thank you. Now, one of the exciting possibilities for the pole is no more. The estranged brother of Singapore's prime minister will not stand. Lisa and Young said he decided to step aside because quote Singapore. It does not need another league. Well, that said Brian Singapore will surely get another early Prime Minister Lee Shin loans People's Action Party has won every election since independence back in 1965 and that is not likely to change this year. It's going to be very interesting and one point Whether or not these results will reflect the P a piece handling of the covert 19 crisis to get some insight. Brian and I asked Bloomberg's the bureau chief in Singapore, Joyce Co. To join us. Thanks so much for being with us, Joyce. I guess. Let's pick up on that issue of the fact that there is unlikely to be any surprise outcome in the election. But the question is whether or not this is going to reflect in anyway. Voter sentiment on the prime minister's Handling of the crisis. What do you think? Hi. Hi, guys. Yeah, that's right. Reading something awful way election has kicked off into losing so long has Put the nation that this will be election like no other And that's because this is happening in the midst of the pandemic, and he's asked for the elections to be be called because he wants a fresh slate. He thinks that things have stabilized and it's a good time, too. To get to hold this post to get a good men date for the ruling party we've seen over the last few months and sing upon the government has really tried to get control of the crisis. I's been interesting journey is a lot of ups and downs to sing off over here. So we set it up. Well, we We held out the model of how to contain the virus, but against like many other countries who cut also by how contagious and asymptomatic the virus who are still Somewhere in April with various cases such in a foreign worker Dhamma trees with a lot of these farm workers stay and live in close quarters, and that has actually pushed the surgeon does that. Our workers has actually pushed all virus told the various cases in Singapore to more than 40,000 which is one of the highest in Asia, the government has said. Repeatedly that, um the cases have been so high because they're doing a lot of testing, and a lot of these people have been asymptomatic. If you look at the total cases, actually. About 0.5% of the people actually in hospitals, and we have one of the lowest fatality rate in the world. I think a lot of people really admire Singapore. It's it's AH, It's a place where Have a first rate health care system. It's one of the richest countries in the world, great schools and all that. And a pretty good social safety. That too, so other than the handling of the Corona virus outbreak. What are some of the key issues that really move the populace? I think the main thing for a lot of people would be the economic fallout and how the government would be dealing of it. We've heard a lot of about this being said during the during the run up to the election. Something about facing a contraction of as much as 7% this year, and this would be the list contractions since our independence in 1965. So it's AH It's a big blow to the economy for people for us, so I used to be a success and be thankful girl continuously every year. It is a quite scary dudes that the economy would be contracting so much. If the government off their shows have won that more businesses local Glenda that unemployment rate in Singapore could could hit a record this year. So the grim picture actually off the economics in Singapore, some of the economic analysis that has been done surrounding the economic fall out of the crisis. Comes away with a conclusion that is essentially created a greater wealth gap. And I'm wondering how that's playing out in Singapore. I was reading that over 80% of the population live. In public housing, and I'm wondering about how this may may figure into this election. Well, we've had for stimulus budget in about 100 days in Singapore this year and the Singapore Sending about Singapore dollars 100 billion almost 100 million to to try to prop up the economy and still for a lot of people who find themselves other jobs or businesses who are ah Facing lots of troubles. We're seeing the government giving up the direct cash handouts, which is pretty rare onto people. So blessing apartments like me. We get $600 count. India had 303 $100.

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Coronavirus behind bars

Native America Calling

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus behind bars

"We reached out to the Washington Department of Corrections and were able to connect with Jeremy Barklay. He's the director of engagement outreach for the Washington Department of Corrections. He says there are about eighteen. Thousand inmates in the states. Twenty four facilities about a thousand identify is native American although testing is limited. The state counts twenty-six inmates total with cove in nineteen the state released about eight hundred fifty inmates who qualified as a way to help slow the spread of the virus. Barkley says his department worked with tribes for enrolled members. Who were released? The office of tribal relations within the Department of Corrections has Desert knees from each of the Twenty Nine federally recognized tribes within the State of Washington. And so we are office was in contact with those tribal delegates to let them know Which tribal members were Qualified under the rapid reentry or commutation furlough so that we could further smoothie reentry process between those native individuals and the home communities to which they returning It allowed us to ask what resources might be a need whether that is You know whether we could focus on on clothing or make sure that the tribe had available foodbank resources and any type of Services that those individuals needed on a case by case basis we were able to better communicate with those tribes And again hopefully guarantee a more smooth and successful reintegration back to the community. We've been very pleased with the reception we've received from the tribes and Very pleased with the way that We built systems before code so as to work on releases for our native peoples in that. Was Jeremy Barklay with the Washington Department of Corrections? The system also requires physical distancing mandatory face covering for all inmates and staff an additional cleaning and disinfecting. That's one view into all of this. What's yours go ahead and join us right now at one. Eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is the number and joining us today. Out of Seattle Washington is Gabe Glenda. He is the managing noyer for Glenda Brodmann and founder of hoyt he belongs to the Round Valley Indian tribes are pleasure to have him here. Thank you for joining us for another native America calling had Internet and gave. We just heard a little bit. What's going on there in Washington state but give us a further view into this What are you seeing? What are you witnessing especially with the Washington stance on releasing state prison inmates early? I work with Hoy which is a nonprofit off named after the she'd word that means See you again. We never say goodbye. We've been working for the last ten years on making sure. Indigenous relatives in iron houses are able to spiritually rehabilitate. We work closely with a sister organization native American Reentry Services that runs a program that prepares them particularly spiritual return to society so that we don't mind them in trouble again and we've been working hard as we could for the last several weeks With the State Department of Corrections and we very closely with Mr Barklay and Lynn. Dennis tribal liaison for the Department of Corrections. LemMe Tribal member and we should everything they've done but we've really been feeling sort of like we're on the outside looking in in sort of a helpless way We've tried to help furnish PT donations from a local tribe especially when one of its own tribal members contract to positive for the disease at Monroe Corrections Center We have a bunch of able sewers in all of our circles within the state's prison system and we tried to have them be available to so masks for example or use within the prisons and we were unable to do that. we've been hamstrung and our ability to facilitate sweat lodge ceremony drumming circle or other spiritual activities to ensure. That relatives are are coping with this catastrophe and the best way possible without compromising Their own mental ability in wellbeing. And so we've worked with the DNC tried to work with the DNC and we're not trying to criticize them because we know they're in an unprecedented situation and taking all precautions. We believe but it's been difficult for us to sit on the sidelines and not do it. We normally do over the last eight or ten weeks and watch watch this thing on unfold as too early release We are encouraged that. A number of prisoners in our state have been released We would encourage the state to do more in that respect there are certain populations of our included. That should not be behind bars for example. Our our juvenile without parole Prisoners meaning a are men and women who were sentenced for horrible mistakes they made when they were juveniles sentenced to life without parole for example. But that's been deemed accrue on usual and unconstitutional punishment and so there are certain populations like those populations which includes cinnabar native relatives. Who We know about who should be added to these lists of people either of age or Health affliction or other status. That should be considered for early release

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Missouri Botanical Garden helps local residents go solar

Climate Connections

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri Botanical Garden helps local residents go solar

"The Missouri Botanical Garden has long been a trusted resource for information about plants and gardening and now local residents can turn to the garden to learn more about going solar one of the things that we hear. The most from people is that you know. I'm really interested in going solar at my home. But it's complicated and there's so many things for me to consider and I'm busy and I'll get to it one of these days. That's Glenda Abney of the Botanical Garden Sustainability Division last year the garden partnered with Washington University in St Louis and the Midwest Renewable Energy Association on a program called Grow Solar Saint Louis. The program offers information sessions designed to make it easy for local residents who are interested in installing solar at their homes at the end of the program our solar providers or the back of the room. You can go ahead and talk to them right then. Give them your address. They pull it up have special software program and they can tell you right then with an initial review if your home is viable in

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Why are leaves still on my Japanese Red Maple in January?

Your Gardening Questions

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Why are leaves still on my Japanese Red Maple in January?

"Of the neighborhood get growing with stokes. Now how today's question Johnson email and he says Japanese maple is still holding onto its leaves and it's never kept them this long any ideas. Why and then he says someone in another part of the country had the same situation? Well in and I'm I'm seeing this I. I haven't traveled all over the country by any means. But I'm seeing this and and I've been thinking back to well forty fifty years ago when it seems to me they cleared themselves of leaves Pretty reliably and this year. I think it's a weather change thing. It's environmental and this year. I think it's a specific environmental thing I was just teasing with mark. I- Penn State is my enemy during football season but there my my backup when it comes to horticulture and and we mark checked and I came to complete disarray. Complete agreement with this discussion in terms of they didn't form they obsession layer which is a a chemical thing in plants that causes the leaves to drop off. It's one of my signals on plant health in the fall if a May well in many cases when a plant holds it's leaves and Goes into winter. Or let's just say the middle of summer and the leaves stay there and die. It's not a good sign. It means the systems in the plant. Shutdown Penn state went one step further in terms of going back in temperature time in terms of November freeze WIT IT IT slowed the plants down. It started to throw them into and this this is all plants but into the red maple category. It's slowed them down so that the internal systems system's got shall I say interrupted the chemistry in the plant that forms they obsessionally or no. That's that's the the cells that are in between the twig and the bottom of the leaf. The PETIOT In this all gets pretty technical but it boils down to the fact attracted didn't form completely so the leaves hung on and then went ahead died in a normal way. I find this worrisome because in general when I'm looking get a plant if it has Well many signs and symptoms but if it isn't dropping it's leaves in a proper way or proper time time I know that systems inside of shutdown and that's not good However I think in the Japanese maples maybe our overall environmental change Enj- going to warmer circumstances has some bearing on it? But then as Penn state and and mark checked on this They feel that this freeze we had a real quickie in November is part of it however a justin freeze in November every year and I find Japanese maples holding longer now. Well then I'm going to say that I find it. A bit worrisome. Because of well observations that are of the other nature were planned. Glenda's either going to die or has the we'll see what spring brings right now. I don't think we're going to find anything more more than some leaves. Leftover as the new leaves come out in the spring I looked at the birds on my trees. They're fat and supple as they should be for this time of year but something something got interrupted internally to where they're they're holding 'cause I well in best guess with on a leaf count. My my trees are still seventy ninety percent fully aided Hanging

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"glenda" Discussed on Messengers

Messengers

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"glenda" Discussed on Messengers

"Aw there is water in that whole now. Remember missionary. Steve's dad personally gave the money that paid for that well so when when the water came in the well he flew out at almost eighty and he was there for the dedication and I'm telling you he preached and dance with those people. It was just a really special day. Water came up through the hole that the expert said that there would never be production of water. Yeah Yeah Yeah I love. I love the thought to of what he said he said. You'll never get one well but I I love the the thought that with Jesus there is no never it's he. He's he's the god of miracle so whatever never has been declared over the people's lives we're talking to right now now. Whatever never has been spoke? Maybe a a child or a spouse that's wandering from God you know whatever they announce never well just remember the story. Sorry God God works was was more than ten years ago. And it's still giving water still pumping water. They've been able to get their church. Built that they were able to have before all because of the blessing ten years later at this well site in Zimbabwe well is still giving water in the church is still there. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. It's still. Yeah the Miracle Well in Buluwayo Zimbabwe Missionary Steve and Glenda Evans leaders of Africa Wastes Project. Thank you so much for sharing this report Tom Murray reports from missionaries. Who bring the message of hope around the World This messengers from Oak Creek Assembly of God? We're a church near Milwaukee Wisconsin on mission to reach our world for Christ as we lead people to discover become who God created them to be find us at Oak Creek. Ag Dot Org pray give and go pray passionately. The spiritually lost to find Christ give give generously to missions through your local church. Go when God calls you to go. We want the world to know ellwood God is doing through missionaries. I'm asking you to take a few seconds right now. To rate this podcast better yet. Right Quick Review. This helps others find messengers injures. I just recently had a conversation with a friend in our church family who has a huge heart for missions and missionaries. But she had never listened to a podcast before so. I took thirty seconds to show her how to find messengers on her iphone. Listen and subscribe it. Sure does make my day. It means so much when you share messengers on your socials or in person..

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"glenda" Discussed on Messengers

Messengers

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"glenda" Discussed on Messengers

"We met up with a young pastor. He as a child had been mm-hmm Glenda Sunday school class with our kids when when he was growing up and now he was one of the leaders of the Church had this church in they they the city was going through another time drought. We had we had since lost visas so we couldn't live there but we were free to come back and forth. So that's what we had done. We get to the site to look at the possibility of water we went to town. We hired a driller and and the driller Came out assessed it. We had to carry cash across the border to pay for. The driller came in a few weeks after we he had left and got word from pastor. Kenny that They went down fifty meters. which is like well one hundred under two hundred feet? It was dry. They hit nothing. Here's this urban neighborhood in Zimbabwe. There's so little water that people keep their faucets open all the time because they don't WanNa miss a sporadic flow of water through the city's these pipes this pastor's congregation hope that a well will be an answer in this crisis missionaries Stephen Glenda Evans use money from the the US to hire a drill rig. They drilled down half the length of a football field. And there's no water so I come to town again. Had more cash with me when into the DRILLER and I said I. Here's some more money. Should we go deeper. Do we need to find another spot. And he said ahead. I think we can go deeper in the hole that we were in. You've drilled a lot of wells and when they tell you that they've gone one hundred meters and cannot find water. Yeah what does that tell. You usually means going deeper doesn't always solve it. That's why I asked him. He said No. I feel good about that whole but he said We we would have to go much deeper and I'd only give money for a certain amount that he had told me. I needed so I gave him more again. Dan and I said look if you'll if you'll hold me good for it Get You more money if you have to go even deeper yet. And he said fine so he got Out there he started drilling. He went down another twenty five meters suddenly his Drill bit caught in the granite and snap the shaft after his drilling rig so the driller. His drill was destroyed by this. He laughed and the Church has nothing but a big deep hole hall right he he was able to get the shaft and that bid out. It was broken beyond repair but he told Pastor Kenny. Here's the key he said you will never get water out of this whole never pastor. Kenny did the only thing he knew he he told the ladies he said. Anytime you come to this property I want you to pray any time. The children are gathering for Sunday school. And we've been there when they did it they would come out now and just lay hands on that. PVC pipe sticking out of the ground with a little cap on it and pray that God would bring water because they needed. There was caller in town from the water supply that they had it was desperately we do have churches and people give us money for wall in memory of someone. So Steve Dad had given all the money. In memory of Steve's mom and so it was a personal thing when this well didn't and usually if there's there's a dry well with go find another wealth because we were not gonNa tell a church the head of dry well but his daddy knew that we were doing there so we we told him there as it was dry. Please pray. 'cause they're.

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"glenda" Discussed on Messengers

Messengers

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"glenda" Discussed on Messengers

"Welcome to messengers. These Zirkin in Bob Way Missionary Glen Evans took video with her cell phone of the kids. Singing children are crouching on a dirt. Floor you're making music with plastic buckets buddy buckets from GMC its boys and girls missionary challenge kids in the US raise money. That's used for global critical needs like water wells in Zimbabwe village where these kids are singing a water well was just dedicated. Indicated about thirty families received buddy buckets to carry water from the well to their home from Creek Assembly of God. This is messengers reports from missionaries. Who bring the message of hope around the world? I missions pastor pastor. Tom Murray in this report. We go to Zimbabwe Africa the Miracle Well. This is the rattling of a well drilling rig striking water in Africa. Steve and Glenda Evans lead the Africa wastes project drilling wells in areas where drought devastates crops brings on animal deaths both leading to food shortages. Still in many places in Africa if there is water. It's not safe clean water so it's easy to get why there is a celebration when good drinking water comes to community for the first time we thank you lord for this this well thank you lord that many will come for clean water but Lord for the many that won't discover Jesus Living. I'm living water. Here's Steve Praying at the dedication of a new. Well this will this pump and this land to you for your honoring glory. May Ed bring light and life to this community in Jesus Mighty name sitting in my office here at the church. Stephen Glenda told me about a request. They received a few years back from a pastor in Bulawayo the second largest city in Zimbabwe. This was this was actually actually inner city. We don't normally do wells in cities but the infrastructure had so deteriorated in that city that people would actually we go to work with tap open in their bathtub because water wasn't coming and but sometimes it would and so they didn't care if it flooded the house they would have at least some water. They put the plug in and wait and most of the time there was no water. Sometimes there was and you never knew when it was is gonNA come but the other additional issue was the fact that it had cholera in it. It was contaminated water so the people in this particular area where the most affected by that. That's why we chose this this Church site to do it. What happens to a child or an adult when they get cholera? Oh so if they don't get die because they get dysentery and they can't fight it And it's it's series with the adults as well so color and typhoid is not something you want to get especially in a country where. There's no medicine to to to fight it..

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Some of ‘the most influential products’ of the past decade

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Some of ‘the most influential products’ of the past decade

"The decade was filled with innovative groundbreaking products according to Consumer Reports Glenda green things like the iPad we knew that there had been tablet computers for that but they had nobody really nailed the formulation but but apple certainly did there were innovations in food beyond burger and impossible burger their little controversial they're not your father's veggie burgers in the automotive world tassels three new vehicles revolutionized electric cars during said you can vote for the most influential products of the past decade on Consumer Reports website I'm Steve casting

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"glenda" Discussed on In Black America

In Black America

13:16 min | 1 year ago

"glenda" Discussed on In Black America

"Where you know C. Plus plus or cobol not that type of about allocate the Dallas Development and understanding The the coating aspects of solving problems. So and it's been a fun private ship in fact this year. This fall is the first time we're offering the courses for credit. We've had some academies where we talk about coding. But this far we're doing it for credit and we have about a thousand students interested at various levels where between high schoo- doing enrollment alumnis the college level at you know at the graduate graduate level and then there are those who are in in doctrine from WHO's taking the course so everyone can call can create this a music cities we're talking about. Ah Creativity music creativity. Then the product of Amazon is moved to Nashville in the process of moving to Nashville. So we're developing in an outstanding prior to Amazon. If I've ever doubted professor Alcazar could put an engineer a computer science area. So we're we're having fun with the partners about them more each time we meet. We Wanna Silicon Valley just me firms savage new partnerships. I understand the standard. When you're at Jackson State you implemented a PhD program in Business Part Two of that program how important these his PhD program to the stability of Acu for the future? Absolutely important you we start growing our own doctors at once. That was a the time when I would hear my peers. Make comments that you don't want all your degrees from black college one degree. That says ludicrous. If you have have the the the quality of the faculty and You have a good university a Great University yes stay there and get a degree. That's what happened to Majorca institutions. They have they have spots. That are pretty much. I'M GONNA say Mark Your Mark but spots for students who attend undergraduate level and so there's nothing wrong with getting a masters degree or doctorate from your Hvac you and so we grow our own doctor. We've come back and and teach the knowledge that we've gained to the students. That's what it's all about. That's how we sustain ourselves with grow doctorates re come back and let them and pocket not the other. How do you go about in the recruitment process? Well we meet with superintendents and we meet with faculty we with wrestles in and as discussed a high demand areas stam health health sciences business so we have various reception across the state and they process country. We we have a grass roots approach because we think every student is important every student as value. Because everybody's seeks to the great student with the good GPA. And we're no different. But that's how we got to Pop Moseley Uglier Talk to us about Mr Moseley Housi- doing oh he's a great. I see two or three times a week. He's just an outstanding young man. I I mean a four point two. GPA Very one act. I mean when he was homeless he just didn't give up. He doesn't quit and he's been helping his friends get into. The for about. He's a great recruiter. So we love him for that and he recruits gives two or three ball and so and he loves it here tears you and he has an issue. He has access to the president now because the way we went down and picked him up and brought it back to Nashville. She was no longer homeless homeless. What is his major engineering? Yes he's an engineer and he said he's doing well. I talked why because the faster they said he was doing well. Has it been difficult over the years and in recruiting faculty that's the US Itution ACC. Use their somebody. Excuse had problems recruiting factor. I think the location helped us. We're in Nashville because Nashville is such a growing city One hundred people move your per day according to the news. It's not hard to recruit people to come to Nashville We have to make sure we get the right person for our university who could impart the right knowledge to the students. That's their importance to make sure that students Ah Getting what they need. Funding professor absolutely stay on top of that one. What lessons have you learned as far as the eighth president of Tennessee State University? I learned that it's a lot of That it's a twenty four hour job and But I I love it is I think it's a- all about being back home and being well received in your hometown your home state. A lot of is absolutely political is very broad the political home until I understand the politics I grew up knowing the politics of Tennessee. And then you got dispersed with some pockets in Georgia and and DC Mississippi. When I came back to Tennessee and I understand it here and it's and it's no wonder the faculty respecting the fact that the understanding share governors governors they? Yes I sit in chairs president but I understand. It was back the faculty because that's who we depend on to keep our students going so when they bring things to me to consider how to make sure that I I have an open mind and many times the great ideas Do a SPEC- you presidents meet annually or semi annually on on a regular basis there several groups. We have the United Negro College so you know private schools and they will have Thurgood Marshall with public schools and then we have matthew National Association Equal Opportunity which works with all with both together. So you can see I USGF has now extended itself to a few and then there's some tests and doing some extensions interesting private to public schools too because you have a grant along with two other ACC is work with uses. And I feel on the Board of UCF I'm a state to the ball by being President Alpha Kappa Alpha on a board of UCF and worked with Thurgood Marshall quite closely because serving washes. Give him a scholarship for students. Masher this year we call them up and say listen. We're in need to get ready to go home for non-paper no funding. So they find ways to help you there to help us as Ask Institutions and then we have anoxia which is more of our legislative and just as the conglomerate that a lot of public and private Under the umbrella KNOXVILLE and they were very diligent with us to ensure that we're on top of things on the hill and other aspects does the fundraising initiative that Alpha. Kappa Alpha is undergoing is it year year-round and those that hadn't participated in the initiative. Day this last week can they still make a donation. Ah Around we have a big influence as one day we designated. ASPCA you day. Impact Day. Pack Dave AK and and and that's what we asked all the sorority members and others to just call in and give money and cargo online and give but is year round. We have year around initiatives. We did last year. Our at our annual meeting Various reasons constantly take up collections. And we talked to their corporations assembly. Forgive so that's what we're doing now we're part simply partner with we're probably with several companies and they're all make contribution to make commitments. So Oh that's just so important and so much very much needed because we know what. ACC You need so we try to make it a year round effort to raise money. But they'll let me leave that but I'll tell you how you know watching gear so they can text Aka a SPEC- you two four four three two one s AKA SPEC- you text at the four four three two one or you can get by mail. You can send to get AK CORPORATE OFFICE OR ONLINE AKA my way DOT com. That's global. Do you have an opportunity to go out and speak to young people about the importance of a college education. And it's twenty four center all the time and doing the Sunday in Clarksville Tennessee then to lease later back down to Jackson state and and then Two weeks later back in Memphis at another thing out of shirts. I've Been Boulevard in Memphis and various churches pushes and then various other you know. The community was a commencement speaker. So we always talking to me just meeting with students one on one or other programs. I get invited as much schedule. Schedule can permit congressional caucus meeting lots to up their students. They're they're already in school. We're talking about graduate school and so there's just so many opportunities opportunities where they're so appreciative of so we have to have to stay focused Why what we're doing? We're talking to students about ten days. PC well I I go to college and then if you choose to go to college wanted to consider. HP shoes if you don't go to college but that's one about programs to guess to`sign cuts has to capture the cognition process to help to get through that process. Want to lock found that many of the students of our population don't understand how to to get into college. They can go online to an application but after that they don't understand how to go back and just follow it through for financial aid how to find scholarships AC to prove act school. We're doing all of that to help students in my administration Berry Education Century Center but also also has some other elements to as we have breast cancer. Where where we have a breast cancer mobile unit that goes around around the country giving I mean mammograms was to Women who cannot afford to do to have otherwise. You and I both know that that women's is African American. We find not much later in life much late in the process we're stays for. We find our have cancer and so we wanted to do those. So we've done over two hundred already. Eddie those are probably about I would say about fifteen ten to twelve ten and twelve fifteen percent have tested positive which is good well not good but because we found out you know that's that's the purpose of it to make sure you have an abnormal if not I can't say positive tests Simpson Abnormal came back then me so you know further now go back to the doctor who then we have economics to show you how to do your financial planning to issue by the time you you know you get your time age when we were GonNa have enough money to live move to live within your means how to save and and how to spend intelligently and then we have you back to the arts. We cannot ignore the arts the Harlem Renaissance that we have to translucent salute to the Hollywood black black history and then the last one is internationalism how we can make sure aching as international so around five points was again the first one education what you asked about. And that's what we're doing raising money for black colleges that's global before we run out of time I'm on on this conversation. What would you tell a young individual because we have? We have to have a lot of young people who say they don't need to go go to college or don't want to go to college. Why is it important that a college education is obtained for for the future of of of this society? Well it's all about self improvement and self sustainability. You want to improve your standing in your community. You're standing standing in life You wouldn't want to consider college you want to go to college. You don't want to stop at the first four years you WANNA go on to graduate school and get as much education as cost is truly truly tickets and so we tell students. We don't run across that ministers even those who we thought. May you say. I'm not going to college. Students want to go to college. That's why it's so important to trying to happen. Answer resources available for them. 'cause I think the average student we have I found and we're we're in every neighborhood. The wealthy neighborhood those that that that is below the certain sense track we and they all want to go to college. Dr Glenda Glover International President of Africa Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc and president of Tennessee State University. Have you have questions questions..

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"glenda" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"glenda" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"Not really because if I take something from the play home am I haven't done my job properly. I mean everything should have been done on that state. Joel Not Empty Space. So no I mean one of the things I found quite interesting at the is is people. Say to me quite often learn those words. I do remember the Mind No. I'm just blessed in that way that I come and do but once it's a project deserve a bit about plays most obvious because it's one you do most often other than film and television. I can't remember word the day after really. I can't remember word until gum thought might be my brain just decay in but they go. You spoke earlier the fact that as you age you have this understanding that you're going back to kind of your fifteen and sixteen year old self in many ways where you feel about internally perhaps perhaps more but what would you say to fifteen or sixteen year old Glenda if you had the opportunity or is there anything you would advise them on or DR encourage them to do I was pretty good at school until I hit my teams now. Think it's when all those you you know. Whatever they called stop coursing through your veins? And I didn't spend as much time lending as I could have done for for example one of the big jokes in my form when I was about fourteen or fifteen and tended always to me that was chosen to participate. Here there were covered in the classroom senior as removable shelves and so the shelves would be removed. And I would be locked in the cupboard which the rest asked the class all knew this was a punishment for teachers. We didn't particularly like there. I was incarcerated in the cupboard and it was my job. TAP mysteriously certain moments during the clothes. I mean really. How pathetic can you get in some ways? I wish because as I said now I yeah my age I realized how little I know that I perhaps it spent more time actually learning at school than I did. What would you like to know thank? You don't pretty much everything I really would. I mean there's so many I don't for example understand visual intelligence. My landline went out and my family insisted that I get your cell phone because the people who repair your landlines very slow in doing the job so I got the cell cell phone and I pretty much knew how to make a call on it. I couldn't get incoming calls. I couldn't I didn't which PUTNEY press so I said to my grandson. Who at the the time is seven years old? He's not twelve I said to him. Would you be good enough. I said just to show me because I didn't know how to get an incoming call. He said to me I've shown you how to do do this three times. I am not doing it again. That puts you in your place. We spoke about earlier about that feeling of sometimes sometimes being alone and how the Internet and technology can unite us in a way. And I'm conscious that this podcast is going into people's ears and probably quite an isolated needed fashion. We have an audience of one in front of us and many people I think in a me too will be listening to you and say you know you had such bravery and confidence in using your own voice and stepping forward for issues or for characters or for other people and for yourself. Is there any advice or anything that you would say to people who perhaps listening to this and thinking. I don't know how I don't know if I can. I don't know if I should. They're very very difficult questions that if they are asking being themselves that I don't wear one would begin to do this. But experience is out there as others have experienced it in order. I mean and so you can tap into that but I didn't feel that anything I've done is particularly brave or outside the Norman ascendance partly because malicious my theory. Partly because I was raised by women I mean I was born in nineteen thirty six aches. You know older men in my family way war for those six years. I was raised by my mom and my aunts. My Grandma's and they also part from raising children. The country didn't they and as happened in the first world war where they had been an exactly similar situation except except that the end of that they will million men who didn't come home those women who run the country. Run the family's done everything with Patti Dilma head toll. Thank you very much. Now Go away go back. Oh did the cooking the cleaning and I think partly by what it happened out first World War I mean we got the vote eventually. Didn't we in the United Kingdom. I'm partly of the reaction of the Second World War they lose generations weren't prepared to just go away and get on with it and I think that's sort of fed into me and that was something very much that I value. Yeah I mean life had dealt all women in my family fairly a rupee cards but they are had a sense of humor. They you strongly believed in not crying over spilt milk That you know life was there to be live together and do it and don't Moan and those were very valuable and beneficial lessons so too nasty and competence confidence. I mean just just do wit thing happen and speaking of just doing it. We're sitting here. We are reimagining boldly this society that we want to build and live live in. What's the one thing you wanna see? I would just like to see the knowledge of. How is this paradoxical? Oh I know this. We are uniquely individual every single one of Assam face but we have so much share. If only we could and we should Let's hope we will Glenda Jackson. It has been the most extraordinary privilege to sit across from you this afternoon to learn from you and laugh with you and I want to hopefully instill inspiration some ideas to those who are listening. Thank you so much for being on asthma today on a U.. It's been a real pleasure to meet you. It's okay if I'm honest. That was one of the very first episode that I ever recorded episode nervous. Literally you could see my hands shaking on the table. But I hope that didn't come through to you Glenda for sharing yourself with us. This week's someone you should know is also an actress but like me. She's a little person her name is Ron Mills. And she is extraordinary in so many ways but you might be familiar with her work because she's currently starring in Harlem on Hulu. I've admired Franz work for such a long time and she's really challenging challenging the parts that people can play when they're born into specific types of bodies. If you're not already following go do so immediately on instagram. She's fron on mills that's F. or A. N. N. N. Mills M. I. L. S. as me with Sinead is a lemonade media original and his executive produced by Jessica Cordova Kramer assistant produced by Claire. Jones an edited by Ivan Cure. F- music by Jerome Rankin. Our sales sales and distribution partners Westwood one. If you've liked what you've heard don't be shy. Tell your friends or listening. Subscribe on Apple Stitcher spotify or wherever you like to listen and and rate and review as well to continue the conversation. Find me on instagram twitter at the park and find Lemon Adam media on instagram twitter and facebook. Look lemonade media..

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"glenda" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"glenda" Discussed on As Me with Sinéad

"Less than men suddenly took on as far as I was concerned. The realizations that I I wasn't alone in feeling at an up to that point I had thought I was the new personal knives. You know just too big for my own boots is my area of the world would put it and so those kinds of fundamental realities which we are not alone in what we're feeling we're not alone in what we're experiencing and that it can produce profound profound and fundamentally basic good changes now societies is a great treschow Russia nets. Even though I'm very critical. Immune of how social media can be misused then. We can misuse everything but on its positive side. It's just amazing. Well I genuinely wouldn't be sitting across from you today without the Internet. My background is in education. I'm in primary school. An elementary schoolteacher. And in many ways I foresaw saw that to be my career for sixty seventy perhaps as years until I retired whatever age they be and I became really interested in fashion because I I felt left out because when I walk through a store I couldn't reach the rails. I couldn't find clothes. I couldn't see myself in any of the campaigns so started using social media and on the Internet as a vehicle to tell stories and that has transformed my life. And now we're getting to do something like this with as me with yourself is incredibly uh-huh but exactly as you said it's not always the technology it's how we use it but you spoke there about the importance of visibility which really brings me onto the project that you're currently working on an and as an advocate and as somebody who is disabled and a minority in so many ways there is that phrase. If you can see it you can be an. I have lived all of my life. Wanting getting to see stories or art galleries or museums are institutions exhibiting my experience and a reflection of that it has rarely happened and yet there you are on Broadway in a shakespeare production playing a role that many people perhaps couldn't even conceive of some time ago. Well I have a great friend. Wonderful Spanish actress Nuria s bad and she did King Lear in Barcelona and I went over to see and she was just just marvelous. Some music production and she said to me. Why don't you do it unless you don't be ridiculous? I stopped being by them. I said they would never let me play earlier. In England. Come on anyway I come home and The old vic wanted to play beautiful theater played there before and over time we decided layer there. I was doing it and when I was still impede. Part of one's job was to visit. Is it old. People's Homes Day Centers Jill things of that nature and what I found fascinating was as we grow older as. We're all oh getting to live for much much longer. Those absolute boundaries which defined gender begin to crack. They begin to get a bit fogy but misty and I find that very useful playing Leah and nobody. Nobody ever mentioned it to me from an audience perspective. Nobody's ever accept. A woman said to me one night waiting outside the autographs. It's the first year I've seen. Where was aware of his maternal side? Muqtada what's interesting why putting its you know what I mean. I mean there's aspect there but that is something that I I saw in. You know non Shakespearean characters in them day centers and places like that that yes we do begin to to give up on the gender differentiation of who we are what defines Jamba and so many people have been trying to kind of change and provoked that thought but you spoke there very briefly about how the conversation came about in the old vic and then the role just happened. I would love to learn more. Was it an negotiation. What was your suggestion? Initially the ELVIC were concerned that they were physically. They are physically too close to the globe theatre which is exclusively Shakespeare and they they are in the sense non profit organization after think about a province in that way but eventually they said yes. Okay we'll do it and a director who had done the play Nice three times before said yes she would do it and there. We were one of the shocking things for me. Actually was that in the main. It was a young company but but they don't work. These kids adore worked. They had never worked on a theatrical stage. All their work had been for cameras. Television of film microphones phones. I couldn't believe couldn't believe that they'd never been on a theatrical stage. You feel like you were going back to your childhood and being the eldest sibling again. No I really didn't because there is something very remarkable and I think we're very fortunate those who have the privilege wjr experiencing it in the theater. You have to communicate telling level which is much deeper than the normal kind of former getting though people slowly that kind of thing and you may not see some of the. I've had this experience many many times for decades and you bump into them in the street and it is as though you've both just walked out of the same coffee bar having had coffee. Do you know what I mean this that kind of interaction always and walk into a theater which I had worked. It didn't several times before it was as though I'd never been away a friend of mine when I was worrying about doing it said to me. Oh come on. I sat in. What if I've forgotten how to do it? She said W dickey. She says he's like riding a bicycle. You never forget how to do it so they were very worried I was. I was very worried. Read not so much that forget how do because you know you do it for the first time every performance. But I didn't think I would have the physical strength all the vocal strength. Thanks to actually do it so I started exercising would walk down the hill from my house to the local swimming pool and swim. Have you had to upkeep kind of routine as you've I haven't kept up that routine but I do have a very kind of my working day starts to clog. The cutting doesn't go up until seven but from two o'clock on there's nothing other than that and within the performance in the play a what's been the most challenging moment well the most challenging moment is walking onto the stage because as as I said every performance for me is the first time I've done it I give you a precise example of but I mean I worked. I did lovely play called Stevie which was about the poet Stevie Smith and marvelous marvelous actress. Komen Washburn played my aunt and we would sit on the stage waiting zinc. The curtain goes up every performance and she had been the product of a theatrical family. I think she'd been working in theatre acting since you about seven or eight. She was highly regarded marvelous actress. And she's out there on the Sofa in her seventies every performance. And she'd say please God let me die and the curtain went up and she was fine she didn't she survived. Die Just kicked the ball out of bug an being involved in politics and stepping forward and being a voice. Not just for yourself but for your constituents there is so many opportunities in which you can be criticized criticized quite publicly and quite vocally has that and being a politician and that experience of of criticism helped acting or are they different entities rather different entities. The one benefit that I had was years ago. I remember reading a report here. In New York doc that had studied what we as human beings fear most and after death public speaking is the thing we fear most and and for me. That was no problem I could you know. Stand up. Speak to room full of strangers and things like that. Didn't bother me at all and tempted to ask you what you do. Fear flying petrifies getting a cold guessing some minor ailment that will reduce the energy. I've got all kinds of practical things. All the physicality galaxy visas physicality and across your career. I mean you're a parent an advocate. You have won. Oscars Emmy's and Tony's Tony's and you know you've you don't win them actually. I mean I really. They're very nice to receive as gifts and that's what they are. But I mean you're not competing without the people in that sense when you're acting I mean when you doing play for instance. Everyone is responsible for the whole play largest more clout at every produce on publicity ability and also in film so. I didn't regard that I've won them. It's not like a running race in the Olympics. They're very nice. They don't make any better but eighteen the very nice to get well. How did you feel when you got them? Pretty much that talks about the coal with regard to the Oscars. It's something like three o'clock in the morning. So Oh I wasn't in my best receptive mood but no I mean they're nice but they go so they don't hold that overwhelming value for you. Acting only only exists when you do it and you do it for an audience. And it's that I mean they're strangest sitting in the dark. We strange his come on in the light at energy goes the light to the darkness. Fortunate Cup back to the light reinforced and if it really really works I've experienced experienced this you do create a circle of energy which may have caused these an ideal model of an ideal society. But that's what it's about. What is that circle of energy tangible? Absolutely what does it feel. It feels as though it's partly the energy obviously the plate self but of an audience's attention concentration. You are believable to them. The play place. You in extraordinary can't way is is a truly unique experience and I think it's unique for the audience as well. It's not just unique for the actors and has there been a moment that the end of a play okay at the end of a project when that circle of energy has been at. Its most heightened..

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Baby shark reborn

Correspondents Report

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Baby shark reborn

"Let's stay with the Washington theme baby Shaq and baseball two prefers not to bring creatures but to a viral children's song but loved by kids around. America correspondent said Washington residents James Glenda reports is is is the greatest or most annoying song ever.

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Belinda Alleges Frank’s `Fanciful Schemes’ Eroded Stronach Family Empire

In The Gate

06:44 min | 2 years ago

Belinda Alleges Frank’s `Fanciful Schemes’ Eroded Stronach Family Empire

"As the story goes frank stronach arrived in Canada from his native Austria in Nineteen fifty four with two hundred hundred dollars in his pocket and the hope of opening a tool and die shop that shop eventually became the auto parts company MAGNA international which made Strana on a billionaire frank then got involved with thoroughbred racing owning both racehorses and eventually race tracks today the Strana group the spinoff off company for many of the Families Racetrack Operations Owns Gulfstream Park in Florida both tracks in Maryland Loral and Pimlico home of the preakness and of course source the great race place Santa Anita among others over the years. Some of Frank stronach's race track plans heavy listed quizzical looks with one example being the thirty million dollar price tag for the Pegasus statue outside of Gulfstream his daughter Belinda though has done more than look quizzically. Belinda is now the chairman and President of the stronach group and she is suing her father for over five hundred million dollars. She claims claimed that francs pet projects as she calls them have lost the company huge sums of money frank has counter-sued saying that Belinda and a former business partner appropriated family funds for their personal benefit good grief. What will this family feud mean for the Strana Group Group and by extension for the entire thoroughbred industry here in the United States since T S G controls so many influential tracks to people who were quite familiar with the business dealings of the strategic group are writers Joe Connor and Barbara Sector of the financial post a Canadian based publication and we welcome Miss Scheckter and Mr O'connor here to win the gate. Let's start with Mr O'connor. Each side accuses the other of financial malfeasance. What facts do we know through all of this bluster. Well what we do know is what the suit alleges and what I'm frank is accusing blend end of is misappropriating funds and essentially locking him out of the company that his money built and what Glenda is same is. That's not the case and in her countersuit. She's saying well you know. The Truth is here is my dad and I'm quoting is is she's called them idiosyncratic idiosyncratic and often unprofitable side ventures meaning that she believes that her father has a frittered away money on then any projects such as an organic beef farm in California and on a fancy bike electric bike and on other things and that has put the company in jeopardy and that in order to see rescue the company's fortunes. She has to keep her father at arm's length from it. It's a giant. He said see she said as long as that's floating out there and working its way through the court system. It's going to mean some uncertainty. I think the the thing that is sure is that there's going to be continued uncertainty until this gets resolved so so. Michelle after financial controversy has followed the strongbox for quite a while even going back to two thousand ten when they were paid basically to leave magna and it seemed like a little unusual to say the least I mean what do things like this say about the nature of their business dealings things in their character especially as relates to their employees. Well I mean it was very unusual and it was quite controversial in Canada just because because of the the quantum the amount of money that they paid to collapse this dual share structure which gave the Straw nics way more votes per share than other shareholders. I mean it was a common structure in Canada and it's even sort of picking up steam right now in the US and a little bit back in Canada because it allows sort of families as an entrepreneurs to retain control but in the case of Magna and at the time it was an unpopular structure and companies were being pressured to drop it it and stronach agreed to collapse it and leave the company but he demanded what summit called a king's ransom to do so and he was not willing to bend on that it ended up going for Securities Commission and also through the courts with some of the large institutional shareholders like pensions demanding that you know that he takes less money that it was far too much money but he was unyielding and he walked away with exactly what he negotiated with the company who cares what at the institutional shareholders who've been there for varying amounts of time want so it was the same when he was running the company he did things his way he took you know large paychecks and defended them telling people that maybe he even deserved more than he was taking so certainly as strong willed and you know willing to keep pushing his way and getting it so that certainly is the type of personality. We're talking about here. It's a it's not a shrinking violet on either of their counts. What about the potential cultural difference at work here since you have the self made father and daughter who was born into wealth. I think that's a huge the dividing line you see frank who was a child in wartime. Austria who comes to Canada panelists our near to it and has the Moxie to build a company that goes through the roof in terms of its value he built this thing with his hands and I met with them for lunch going going back into the spring and what he said at the time and he wasn't GonNa go deep into the weeds of the actual legal case he wasn't gonNA roll mud necessarily Elliot his daughter but what he did say quite clearly and what was evident in our conversation was that he truly believed that he'd built this. This was whose baby as it were and that his children his daughter and son and their children should be entitled to some of that well but in the form of of a and inheritance in the form of what I think the figure he quoted to me was like I will give my children one hundred million dollars each and they can go on build their own legacy. I can see whereas frank sees. The He sees the race tracks. TST owns he sees the empire as I've been been built by his his money and he believes that he should have the keys to the empire and be able to drive you in whatever direction he

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T-Rex at the Smithsonian

Correspondents Report

05:55 min | 2 years ago

T-Rex at the Smithsonian

"Now for decades, one of the world's great museums has felt just a little inadequate, the Smithsonian in Washington DC didn't have in its collection. A tyrannosaurus Rex the most famous dinosaur all known literally as the tyrant lizard, king. Well, now it has after quite a journey his North America. Correspondent James Glen die. In the newly renovated Donoso hole at the Smithsonian national museum of natural history on Washington DC's famous mall. One sixty six million year old spaceman reigns. Supreme t Rick skeleton is dramatically poised to take the head of a hapless triceratops. This particular animal is found in nineteen eighty eight and it was found by Montana rancher was on a picnic with her family, and she saw just a little bit of the editor arm-bone sticking out. It was a bone of the T Rex that never been found before. That's cooked Johnson, the museum's director and chatting Knicks to the skeletons teeth H, one is about the size of a banana. Can you be a full blown top of the line American natural history museum without a T Rex? Well, that is something I think is not possible. When I joined this museum as director, we didn't have it to your accent. I wasn't the first person to the point that out, but it was something that I didn't want to open this exhibit that having to your ex here because this is the national museum. Mm, t Rex was first discovered early last century. It was once native to North America and vindicates now, the Smithsonian has been desperate to get its hands on one there's two ways to get a T Rex can buy one or you can find one. That's the bottom line, which I did the museum. Well, we spent a fair amount of money looking for one because actually cheaper to find them into by them. Find them into game out. It's not it's not inexpensive. But it'd be better to find your own. And we looked and looked looked, and we found pieces and parts. But when you looking for something as rare as a complete T Rex chances, you actually will find a relatively small, but buying one of the city, also substantially complete T, Rex's is complicated to sue a beautifully preserved lodge. Reynoso is still known by museum staff is the one that got away at an auction that exceeded all expectations in New York in nineteen Ninety-seven bidding started at half a million US dollars. The hammer dropped at seven point six million with commission on top Chicago's field. Museum was the. Lineup and his house, sue since but many paleontologists believe they have been the losers. Is it all Sam kneels felt that'll drastic pox fault? What happened that generally was because if you think about the discovery of shoe happened before Jurassic perk and the sale of sue happened after Jurassic Park, and that was an amazingly, beautiful fossil the skull was in one piece, and it was an exquisite thing when it went to auction. There were many many museums had dreams. What's your personal views about benefit these things to be found on public lands? They along to the nation. Well, United States is the only nation in the world that has dinosaurs, and where it is legal to sell dinosaurs. He other big Dennis are producing nations. And there's like six or seven of them own the dinosaurs the nations in the United States on private land. If there's a dinosaur to private land owner owns Dennis with the increase in the value of dinosaurs. Launched by the su- sale act. Actually has made it more difficult for professional intelligence museums to access private lands because dinosaurs are now money. They didn't used to be money. So this sunny changed tack slightly, and found a third way of getting a T Rex by working with another arm of the federal government, which already funds, most of the museum's costs and the land on, which this dinosaur was found is US army corps of engineers, because it's a reservoir managed by the army corps of the people do all the engineering and they had to Rex's from their property. Both of them were out there with the Rockies Montana. So we didn't want to take Montana's only directs the once they had to both the museum of the Rockies and the US army corps of engineers green benefit to promoting Montana, and the army corps of engineers in Washington DC, the specimen has now been dumped. The nation's t Rex Matthew Khurana is the museum's curator of Donna, Soria. It's important to us. I think that we call it the nation's T-rex because we really. We want people to feel like its they're controversial because there are the big ones, you know what, what what's going to think about that? One of the other new you can play t Rex's around. You know, our T Rex is not a T Rex of sutra Nakata's. It is. But, but our T Rex is not a T Rex of superlatives. It's not the oldest or the biggest or the youngest or the longest, but it has unique position of being everybody's T-rex thanks to the museum's -cation and the number of American tourists, we make a pilgrimage to Washington DC cook, Johnson believes the specimen could ultimately become the most visited horrendous Soros Rick's in the world. I've had T-rex described as a gateway drug. Can you explain that for kids? I actually think I coined that phrase. I think I did of kids really caught on. It's it really the ideas that kids love dinosaurs at a very early age. It gets them excited to go to Zia. Gms gets the meeting, scientists it gets them thinking about how fossils are found right now. We're hiring. The next generation of scientists, and many of the paleontologist, tell me look, I it was drastic parked to did it for me when I was a kid. So I'm seeing that generation come through now and there are a lot of them and every year we're finding something like fifty or sixty new species of dinosaurs, unknown to science, I opened a dentist or exhibit nineteen ninety-five and since then the number of known dinosaurs globally has more than doubled. So there's still lots of amazing stuff out there. Get out in the backyard and get digging. That was our North America. Correspondent James Glenda reporting.

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Tony Awards Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

12:40 min | 2 years ago

Tony Awards Preview

"Hi, everybody. It's Peter Travers than welcome to our special popcorn Tony award show. Now, I've gotta say, before we get into the nominees about who will win and who should win. This is been the most amazing year in Broadway history. It has made over two billion dollars at the box office that never happened. And why is it? I think it's Hollywood heat everybody from TV from movies from us. It wants to be on Broadway. They wanna be on that stage. You got this year. Kylo Ren and driver on Broadway. You have Walter, white Bryan, Cranston, there, Jeff Daniels who played Harry done in too, dumb and dumber movies. They're all fighting to be best, dramatic actor, what kind of stuff is happening on Broadway. Well, let's start with the major categories, and I'm gonna start with best musical the nominees are ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations Beetlejuice remember that movie Haiti's town, the prom, and Tootsie. You remember that movie too? Well. I think the winner is Haiti's town. It's a rigid. It's basically the myth of Orpheus ritzy, but it's got a score by a woman named Naess Mitchell who doesn't come from Broadway, at all and kind of revolutionizes it. So what would happen what could spoil the fun? There's a little musical called the prom. It's really it's totally original. It's about these bunch of Broadway veterans, and they're really hard bitten, and they're not getting any press, and they decide to go to Indiana and help, a lesbian high school student take her girlfriend to the prom. That's it. How good is it? It's really good. And in terms of the Hollywood connection, Ryan Murphy, went to see it fell in love with it, and he's making a movie of it. So how about that? Then we have best play the Ferryman choirboy, Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus. What the constitution means to me an ink. I'm telling you people, the Ferryman is got to be a movie soon. It's an Irish play. It's about the troubles, and in on a stage. We get to see an entire family deal with violence deal with their own feuds. We've got babies onstage. We've got live alive goose. We have everything there's nothing like I don't think there's any competition for it at all except there was a snub, the most successful play in Broadway history. That's not a musical is to kill among bird, and for some reason, the Tony nominee said, let's not nominated what I want. Answer on that one best revival of a play. Arthur, Miller's all my sons the boys in the band, burn this torch song and the Waverley gallery. I think Arthur Miller's all my sons which brought a net. Bending back to Broadway is a show that he wrote in one thousand nine hundred forty seven a bout a guy who was manufacturing airplane, parts and was to rush to do it. And so the planes crashed and killed pilots during the war. We live in the world of Boeing. Now, how timely could this be? So I think that's really up there. And I in terms of seeing a show that by playwright Arthur Miller who says, let's deal with the world we live in this one really, really did it then we have bible of musical. This is easy, because there's only two there's Oklahoma Rogers and Hammerstein Oklahoma and kiss me. Kate. Of course, they were both movies. We saw Oklahoma with Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones in the fifties. But kiss me, Kate is done in a traditional way. Kelli o'hara's in it, Oklahoma is directed by guide named Daniel fish who find darkness. We're Rogers and Hammerstein only found light. It's a revelation to watch this. It's not the Oklahoma you've ever remembered, and it sung in the kind of country western way, look, if you ever get to see this on Broadway or win a tours get there get there quick. Okay. Okay. Best actor in a musical. And so, we'll do alphabetically Brooks as Mantas in the prom, Derrick Baskin and ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations Alex Brightman and Beetlejuice. Remember when Michael Keaton had their part, Damon down, oh in Rogers and Hammerstein, Oklahoma. And send Tino fun Tanna into okay? The favorite is Tino, Tanna who is playing the part that destined Hoffman immortalized in the movie in the nineteen eighties. But what Centeno Tanna doesn't remember him on TV in crazy ex girlfriend like I'm saying everybody's from TV, or he does so much more. He sings as a man sees a woman, he does physical comedy does everything but stand on his hat. And I say, you know, who's out there that can spoil the win for Santino Tanna. And my answer is no one because this is one of the great performances you'll ever see on a musical, comedy stage. He's the winner. Best actress in a play Benning in Arthur, Miller's all my sons, Laura, Donnelly, in the Ferryman. Elaine may in the Waverley gallery, Janet mcteer in Bernhardt hamlet, Laurie Metcalf in Hillary Clinton, and Heidi Shreck in what the constitution means to me. Okay. Elaine may doesn't win this Tony. You're going to hear from me. She's eighty seven years old. She's returned to Broadway. After decades to play the part of a woman fighting Alzheimer's, and everything is no perfect about what she's done. She started with Mike Nichols doing comedy. She was starring in movies of like the new leaf directed things like the heartbreak kid. She's just one of the best actors I've ever seen anywhere. And if she loses and, you know, I feel bad for an bending because if Elaine may wasn't here this year, I think she would be the winner, but come on. Attention must be paid people. And I also wanna talk about a snub how. How does Glenda Jackson who won the Tony last year for three women returned to Broadway as King Lear? We talk about the age of hashtag metoo and time's up Glenda. Jackson is playing king. Lear gets rave reviews and the Tony committee says we're not gonna nominate her now. No, we're paying attention. And we're gonna come back and get you our best actress in a musical. Stephanie, j block in the share show Caitlyn Kanoun in the prom Beth level, in the prom, Eva nobles, ADA in Haiti's town, and Kelley O'Hara and kiss me cake. Stephanie j block who is that theater veteran is playing share in a way that sometimes she's more share than share. You might think this is just an escapist show thing to know she finds the character of who she is share shows up at this show often does numbers with her, and pus share. There's who's a bigger Hollywood. Name who is coming to Broadway with the show about herself. It takes three actresses to play here. But Stephanie j block plays the central one. And she plays the hell out of it. So she has just got to win. I'm sorry, people. All right. Best featured actress in a play for new of Flanagan in the Ferryman seal, you keep. And Bolger into kill a Mockingbird. Christine Nelson, Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus Julie white and Gary sequel to Titus andronicus and Ruth Wilson and King Lear people if you see if you see to kill among bird, and you should seal, you Keenan Bolger is very controversial because she's playing scout scout in the book and in the movie remember is in eight or nine year old girl. A C Keenan Bolger is in her forties. And yet, what she finds in this character who grew up to be Harper who wrote this novel is the heart and soul of the peace. So I'm telling you people this, this has got to happen. See Keenan Bolger remember that name best featured actor in a play birdie Carville and ink, Robin to hasten boys in the band getting Glick into kill a monkey bird, Brandon your Ranna wits in burn this Benjamin Walker in Arthur Miller's. All my sons birdie, Carville in ink. Those of us, those of you who actually went to Broadway couple of years ago and saw of any kind of a musical where you were shocked at a man playing a woman, you saw birdie, Carville in Matilda, and he played this woman, this horrible headmistress, and now he's playing Rupert Murdoch. So every who in Hollywood, who in politics would anyone hasn't been in an Rupert Murdoch publication or paper and who hasn't been rolled over the coals in it that performance and in London when he played it in one and Olivia ward, he had to play it in front of Rupert Murdoch. It's just an incredible job. I wanna talk a little about the snubs in this category. The non nominees there isn't actor named Bengal Arghanab into Killa mugging bird who plays Tom Robinson. He is the black man who is on trial for raping a white woman, a crime never committed. And he's defended. By Jeff Daniels. Atticus Finch when Aaron Sorkin adapted Harper Lee's novel to the stage. He did it so that he could expand the role of the black characters as he did here. And again, the Tony committee, decided only to nominate the white actors from tequila, Mockingbird ignoring the two black actors who are just brilliant in their roles. You people you're going to get called on the carpet. You need to all right? Best featured actress in a musical, Lilli Cooper in Tootsie, amber, gray and Haiti's town Sarah, styles Tootsie, alley stroke, or in Rogers and Hammerstein Oklahoma and Mary, Testa in Rogers, and Hammerstein Oklahoma there, something totally remarkable that happened this year in stroke, and Oklahoma. This is a woman who when she was two years old was in an automobile crash, and was never able to walk again. And now on Broadway playing eight oh Anne who is like the sexual. Time bomb in Oklahoma, the one who sings, I can't say, no, the part went to Allie. Stroke, she plays it in a wheelchair and you would think that's inspiring enough. But when you watch her play at you, forget the wheelchair exists, and you're watching her take over the stage like Dolly Parton. She, it's just an amazing thing to watch and it works on so many levels. So I wanna be there when she wins that Tony, and I want to be standing up and applauding and going Bravo. She deserves all right. Best featured actor in a musical Andre shields in Haiti town and a groups Luccin. That's a good name into Patrick page in Haiti's town germy, pope in into proud the life and times of the temptations and Ephraim Sykes ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations, the favorite, the one, I think will win is under the shields and Haiti's town. He's seventy three years old. He stands on that stage is the narrator in like a silver suit. In total control of body and every movement and pulls you in till you're memorized. Your mesmerizing you not take your eyes off of hundred shields. This is a veteran actor who needs to get this Tony. But what if he didn't who would go to there's a young actor named Jeremy pope who plays Eddie kendricks in the into proud the life and times of the temptations? And who does he's playing a difficult man. One of the most difficult of the temptations. But one of the most talented as well. He's also nominated this year as best actor in a in a play in choir, boy, this is to me, the brightest newcomer that you will see on the stage and you're going to see him everywhere, stage movies television. It's just the beginning. So if you get to see this, you're going to be able to tell your friends, I was there win. Okay. Best director of a play Rupert Gould for Inc. Sam Mendes for the Ferryman Bartlett. Fair for to kill a mocking bird Ivo von Hosver for network, and George C Wolfer Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus Sam Mendis in the Ferryman this play. Does a job on stage that equal to his first movie which was American Beauty, which you may remember won the best picture? Oscar and once Mendis the Oscar as best director.

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"glenda" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"glenda" Discussed on Here & Now

"And we only found it all out in the last ten years, quite spirituality. I didn't think of really processed it properly every day getting inside my grandmother skin, which is profound when your kid you put adults on a pedestal, and you see them in a certain way, and so need to get onto my grandmother at the age of nineteen and to tell her story, and then tell my dad's story at the age of eighteen that's been really amazing for me. Glenda, you've been nodding while she's been talking. And I'm thinking of how you've said that you've worked with men most of your life because the theater doesn't have as many roles for women. And I'm wondering if you are looking over at Ruthin thinking, it's changed a bit. It hasn't changed too. I mean, it's really scandalous. I find that contemporary dramatists. Don't fund women interesting. We are rarely ever the central dramatic engine with there's some kind of odd junked. There have been major changes and stills still that has not crept into the modern dramatists view of the world. And I find that quite bemusing, actually. And even if the lead from still the victims. I mean, I've been frustrated myself and that as a way of why I've been making my I'm walk will condition by the patriarchy. So even women of lighting stories, which still have women at the center who victims undis- head is about to explore. Well, no, I mean what I want to do. There is still the prevailing on the belly. The different woman is successful. She's exception the proves through if a woman is a failure that all failures, and that has not shift, and even though we have made strides and we'll hopefully continue to make them. It's very hard. Just one last question Ruth Wilson. So what is it like to be like right next? Glenda jet like crawled up does is there like a Spar treats me with overwhelming contempt. Maybe a special electrical field or some like an electric shock every time. I get close. Own asleep. Under somebody's being with you. Because I don't know what she's drinking she's on some sort of energy juice. The I need to have some amazing energy levels. Marvelous. What about you? Not as much energy in the play. We don't change about it. Just drives us full with interacting and fine with each other. That's why you do the job. Of course. It is Glenda Ruth. Thank you both so much. Thank you. Thank you. King Lear stars Ruth Wilson. And Glenda Jackson and a crime has been committed. Glenda Jackson was not nominated for Tony for her Lear, maybe because she won last year for Edward Albee's. Three toll women, but Ruth Wilson was nominated for feature actress, they are both extraordinary..

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"glenda" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"glenda" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Let's get back to my interview with Glenda Jackson last year. She wanted Tony for her performance in Edward all bees play three tall women. These performances were her return to acting after spending twenty three years as a member of parliament in the labor party. Let's hear what you had to say in parliament after Margaret Thatcher died and this was. In twenty thirteen and there were many tributes made in parliament. And this was a day. I think when most of the labor members of parliament stayed away and conservative members were saying, you know, giving many tributes to Margaret Thatcher. And then you stood up and made a pretty scathing speech while conservative members of parliament, basically jeered you so let's hear what you had to say. That everything I had been taught to regard as a vice. And I still regard them as vices under Thatcherism was in fact, a virtue greed, selfishness, no Ken for the weekend shop elbows shop needs. They with the wave. Continue to here. Me from all. The barriers condemn. The establishment? That was destroyed cone take it. What we actually saw the learned that has been circling around with stars around. It is that she created an aspirational society. Aspired for things as indeed one of the former prime ministers who himself had been elevated to the house of lords spoke about selling off, the family, silver and people knowing under those years, the price of everything and the value of nothing. What concerns me is that? I am beginning to see possibly the re emergence of that total traducing what I regard as being the basis spiritual nature of this country, where we do care about society where we do believe in communities where we do not leave people to walk by on the other side that isn't happening now while. So did you expect that reaction when you decided to make those code? Yes. Of course. I mean, not up there in the chamber for several hours is one does for these kinds of events before. I was called by the speaker. Yes, I'd be nice out there listening to her party rewriting history. As far as I was concerned the United Kingdom that they were describing under Thatcher was not the one I'd lived in. It wasn't the one my constituents live it in. And it certainly isn't the one that was there when she left did you miss acting while you were in parliament. Oh, no, no acting exists when you do it. So if if you're not doing it. There's nothing demands wait a minute. I miss things. I'm not doing. Like what? My missing frazzled. You know, I I mean, we all miss things that we're not doing and we miss them because we're not doing them. So but the doing is dependent on so much mold than telephoning, your friend. I mean, this is a process outside of which you all I mean, the the creation of fort, hopefully, someone will suggest you do is outside you'll re-met. And so that's why I say unless you're doing it. There's nothing to miss. Okay. Let me rephrase this did you ever miss the process of getting into character learning the role thinking about the role thinking about the intentions of the character and interacting with other actors on a set or on stage to create a scene to create a movie or a play. Well, that would presuppose I had nothing to do other than think about I had nothing to do..

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"glenda" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"glenda" Discussed on From Scratch

"Let's get back to my interview with Glenda Jackson last year. She wanted Tony for her performance in Edward all bees play three tall women. These performances were her return to acting after spending twenty three years as a member of parliament in the labor party. Let's hear what you had to say in parliament after Margaret Thatcher died and this was. In twenty thirteen and there were many tributes made in parliament. And this was a day. I think when most of the labor members of parliament stayed away and conservative members were saying, you know, giving many tributes to Margaret Thatcher. And then you stood up and made a pretty scathing speech while conservative members of parliament, basically jeered you so let's hear what you had to say. That everything I had been taught to regard as a vice. And I still regard them as vices under Thatcherism was in fact, a virtue greed, selfishness, no Ken for the weekend shop elbows shop needs. They with the wave. Continue to here. Me from all. The barriers condemn. The establishment? That was destroyed cone take it. What we actually saw the learned that has been circling around with stars around. It is that she created an aspirational society. Aspired for things as indeed one of the former prime ministers who himself had been elevated to the house of lords spoke about selling off, the family, silver and people knowing under those years, the price of everything and the value of nothing. What concerns me is that? I am beginning to see possibly the re emergence of that total traducing what I regard as being the basis spiritual nature of this country, where we do care about society where we do believe in communities where we do not leave people to walk by on the other side that isn't happening now while. So did you expect that reaction when you decided to make those code? Yes. Of course. I mean, not up there in the chamber for several hours is one does for these kinds of events before. I was called by the speaker. Yes, I'd be nice out there listening to her party rewriting history. As far as I was concerned the United Kingdom that they were describing under Thatcher was not the one I'd lived in. It wasn't the one my constituents live it in. And it certainly isn't the one that was there when she left did you miss acting while you were in parliament. Oh, no, no acting exists when you do it. So if if you're not doing it. There's nothing demands wait a minute. I miss things. I'm not doing. Like what? My missing frazzled. You know, I I mean, we all miss things that we're not doing and we miss them because we're not doing them. So but the doing is dependent on so much mold than telephoning, your friend. I mean, this is a process outside of which you all I mean, the the creation of fort, hopefully, someone will suggest you do is outside you'll re-met. And so that's why I say unless you're doing it. There's nothing to miss. Okay. Let me rephrase this did you ever miss the process of getting into character learning the role thinking about the role thinking about the intentions of the character and interacting with other actors on a set or on stage to create a scene to create a movie or a play. Well, that would presuppose I had nothing to do other than think about I had nothing to do..

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Deepening political crisis in the US state of Virginia

Correspondents Report

04:13 min | 2 years ago

Deepening political crisis in the US state of Virginia

"And now to the United States and in Virginia, the former capital of the confederacy from civil war days. The state's top three politicians are embroiled in scandals that threaten to end their careers that attendant governor has been accused of sexual assault and the state's governor and his attorney general have admitted to using black face as North America. Correspondent James Glen. Glenda reports the episode has shocked state that has long been haunted by its racist past. Outside the Genia governor's mentioned this week protesters demanded Ralph Northam resign. The photo from the Democrats nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Page had begun circulating. It contained a picture of a man in black face alongside another in a KKK hood and roads, it was on my page with my name Ralph northern above. I looked at it. My first impression actually that disk couldn't be me. But he apologized and said he was in the photo. Then the next day said he wasn't before admitting to wearing black face on a different occasion while dressing up as Michael Jackson. I had the shoes I had a glove, and I used us a little bit of shoe polish to put under my are all my cheeks, and the reason I used a very little bit is because I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe polish off. But but it was a it was a dance contest. I had always liked Michael Jackson. I actually won the contest at that moment. It seemed like he's career was toast Democrats from around the country. Condemned him and endorsed his Lieutenant Justin v Fairfax that is until a college professor came out publicly to accuse Mr. Fairfax of forcing her to perform oral six and allegation. He denies the leadership crisis deepened further when the man third in line to the governor's mansion attorney general Mark herring also admitted to wearing Brown makeup and a week to look like a Rapa you will find I'm sure democratic and Republican members of state government who will be very concerned about what images existed them from the late seventies and early eighties because this was part of the coacher Gregory Smithers is a professor of history at Virginia Commonwealth university. He says the incident is exposed the level of racism that still exists in a state. That's proud of being home to many presidents and patriots. But also often overlooks it's passed as the former capital of the confederacy. And the center of the slave trade. I'm sure they are polling this this as we speak and engaging. The response in that I suspect sadly will probably guide their decision. Making remember nineteen seventy nine nineteen eighties early nineteen eighties. This was after the modern civil rights movement. So it's not as though people were not aware in the nineteen eighties that this wasn't offensive. They were debates about Virginius history of bubbled over in recent years, there were protests, so the confederate monuments that stand throughout the state and a right wing rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville. This political crisis is gaining widespread. National attention in pot because the Democrats probably need to hold the state to win the presidential election in twenty twenty Donald Trump has already predicted on Twitter. He can take it off them due to the saga. Many of those Democrats vying for the nomination to face him at the ballot box, a demanding the governor. Immediately resigned to stem the damage, but with his successes facing their own problems to Ralph no fan of peace to be digging in and I'm ready to do the hard work of regaining your trust. I have spent the past year as your governor fighting for Virginia that works better for all people. I'm committed to continuing that fight to the remainder of my term and living up to the expectations. You set for me when you elected me to serve. Thank you. North American correspondent James Glen Day with that report.

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Missing woman found dead in Phoenix; husband named as suspect

The Agenda

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Missing woman found dead in Phoenix; husband named as suspect

"Glenda police are looking for a suspect in a shooting that left a man wounded it happened last night around eight thirty pm near Glendale and seventy fifth avenues the man was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. There's no motive yet for the shooting spice. Police continue to search for missing fourteen year old Aubrey gardener. She's expected to be with twenty one year old Jonathan Carson, and maybe

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Trump targets Nike as Kaepernick ads spark boycott calls

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Trump targets Nike as Kaepernick ads spark boycott calls

"Transported to a local hospital. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio funeral services set for tomorrow for a Windsor. Boy killed in a parade accident on Monday last night, the community came together for vigil for eight-year-old Bryson's being a mother myself and filling so heartbroken for this family and for our community. Organizer Glenda mills says Bryson's memorial will be held Friday at generations church in Greeley. Those attending are asked to wear. Broncos attire an underage suspect due

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"glenda" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"glenda" Discussed on WJR 760

"Alphabet is disliked Then as you mentioned you're Glenda character changes her mind after that embarrassing moment at, the? College dance and you take her under your wing back in your. Dorm room that, you share with alphabet and teacher how to be popular Possessing features To think Make me laugh It's all about It's not So it's Very. Very popular I have, to go You're.

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"glenda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"glenda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty News of situation with the full, names are back to back Oh they might be wins over the. Other Ed Wood did a movie way back in the, fifties when you saw the Johnny Depp version where, he played it would the movie is called Glen or Glenda and that it was a short That person that it would, himself portrayed was a cross dresser And he would dress up in a pink sweater When, he, wanted to be viewed as a female. Glen Glenda and I have a Glen and. Glenda but. Right now I'm going to Nina. Nina good? Morning you're. Next on WBZ? Gordon, Morgan how're. You I'm fine how are you okay Star Wars Oh good grief how. Do we? Not come. Up with Star? Wars. Hold on Me move the? Indicator there Just touch it Smidgen and, it goes flying Star wars Yeah well you have a. Good night I mean morning. A works. Thank you Thank you. Bye bye Nina Come Sean Sean in. Boston you are next good. Morning good, morning user honor of, Bradley. Jay how about? Starman by David? Bowie, oh that's a good. One. Okay Sure Sturman And you come Good morning thank you for. The call. Tonight you too Hey sean And here. Comes Glenn how? Long Glenn I told Mark mind because I know, no one we'll get. This one we have good when my my one of my favorite acid rock paint with, deep, purple yes and their. Album, high Live in Japan is too, and, highway star highway star The studio versions on their machine Way A wild Corgan solo. Budge. Honolulu Lewis who passed away a few years ago Well you and are qualified sir Yeah, no promotional damages if I win can? I, have a Star Wars fan Yes please Why am I showing pity for you having emotional damage when it was our new? Last, night Well I was forced to watch cartoons against my child I. Just assumed he was the cat was a talking cat I. Didn't, know it was it was talking capitals a cartoon I mean I mean you said it wasn't a it. Wasn't a man and it was a cartoon about a cat. With his magic bag of. Tricks or would not, have counted No I believe I know that I did learn something last night, that disturbed me which was. How Kansas fan. I didn't know the lead singer. Was called blind I take that as a micro. Aggression to me that's. Like retarded, pig I mean, I was really I was. Hurt by, that I mean why do they beat up on my disability? All, the, time no no they weren't beating. Up new disability they used an answer that. Fit, the, game no no not the caller the the person that. The thing itself I'm not mad. At. The, car okay No no I? Didn't, know, the lead singer of Kansas and. I should've I I wish I don't Peter. I, should, have got the Jay guile here right wolf yeah he. Was a disc jockey on the. Fan Under the name I. Know? You. Know. That's that's the one I should have got But I had a brain. Freeze Yeah Wolfman Jack Adam ant Adam, ant That Wolfman? Jack's, name no but I'm saying Wolfman Jack, karma, Adam ant and there are others as well who had, a man. Good issues. Good issues goody goody to shoot. Two, shoes That doesn't help, me if. You strip. For me I'll strip for you Do you know that song. Vaguely, well Adam ant sang it was roughly sometimes in the late eighty, see that's where I'd You're. Paying attention to music then now? From, the, late fifties. To the lady that's when I was saying. To, bread Noyon okay What about duck. Done Okay On that, note I'm now saying. Goodbye Digressing too. Much other. People. I. Know I. Know all. Right, goodnight Glenn, good. Morning Glenda along? Glenda good morning Morgan how're you find did you hear my reference? To the Edwin movie You made me smile So my. Answer is starship enterprise Stir ship Enterprise NCC dash. One. Seven oh one of, course of, course So you're qualified. Thank you. Very. Much Morgan you have a good..

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Hawaii Volcano: Lava May Cross Highway 137 in Next 4 to 7 Hours

News, Traffic and Weather

02:50 min | 3 years ago

Hawaii Volcano: Lava May Cross Highway 137 in Next 4 to 7 Hours

"To teachers cynthia tis deal and glenda and perkins along with eight students killed in the rampage christone era mcleod kimberly vaughn shawna fisher sabika chic and exchange student from pakistan along with christian garcia jared black and angelique ramirez angelique she was very funny person and she was very love thirteen others are still recovering from injuries including school police officer john barnes from gunshot wounds the alleged shooter seventeenyearold dimitrios pagor cheese is now behind bars charged with capital murder is where i'm not sure what he understands lawyers for the suspect telling abc news the shotgun and pistol police say the teenager used in the shooting or locked in a gun cabinet and his parents had no idea of their son's alleged plan they didn't know they didn't expect and they surely couldn't have predicted cloth authorities continue to investigate why this happened an outpouring of support for the grieving community from across the country including an offer from nfl player jj watt of the houston texans stepping up and offered to pay for all of the funerals set to begin in the coming days and tonight the suspect is being held in confinement on suicide watch his lawyer say the teen will he is still very much in shock himself with her abc news santa fe texas no tonight investigators trying to figure out exactly how this happened unbelievable this is in midtown atlanta and it happened last night a sudden explosion caused a window washer scaffolding to collapse leaving two men dangling the two workers finally themselves to safety was able to put his feet on the railing below one got up on one balcony just an incredible scene there so glad everyone is okay the workers did make it safely to the ground with only minor injuries lava flows in hawaii have covered a roadway forcing rescuers to pull some stranded people to safety the number of fissures on hawaii's big island has now reached twenty two that is since the first one opened up just two weeks ago some of them so powerful they can be heard from miles away meanwhile there was another explosive eruption at the killilea summit this one happened overnight and that's sprayed ash seven thousand feet into the air i'm thinking that this is the new normal officials are preparing for more possible evacuations experts say the activity could last several more weeks still had on komo news starbucks is making a major policy change find out what would.

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"glenda" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"glenda" Discussed on Are You Real

"It but with embryo adoption the positive through there were hundreds of thousands of embryos in storage none of them waiting to be adopted and given a chance at life and so it seemed like these say preborn babies were waiting for family and i was very compelled by that and so i went to my husband and i said hey i want to tell you about this thing called embryo adoption i think the word might be calling to this what do you think and he said no way i am not infected had said what is that he said i we just had a great experience about the july let's do it again and again and again i'm not interested and so i told him that i was going to be praying about it and the where the lord glenda so that led us to a few more conversations than my husband really boils the out of the he had three areas of concern he was concerned medically about my health legally about what the implication you know would be with that and what financially how expensive it was going to be and so what we found in our research was it medically you know already done for tillery in so our precarity treatments opportunity doctor said well you've already accepted all the traditional risks that come with an embryo transfer so there's no additional medical complications that arise with a donated embryo and so that ada sir satisfied.

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"glenda" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"glenda" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"When you were signing lady gaga take us through that how to back o'dowd okay i just come to sony um i had been at emi music publishing for many many years we're it had lots of success with lots of big superstore artis and glenda's sony and i thought they're no more big superstore artis helmet ever since then there's another c right that are you gonna do this again and someone mentioned to me that i should meet lady gaga now everyone at the company had passed on her everyone she had been in intern at famous music they bought famous music but um a woman in new york who said to me you should check her out so i called her then manager in icy can i've heard about her can you bring her in any broader in and it was that moment regis new she told me she was going to be the biggest artists in the world she was going to which that it wasn't about money it was about fame and it was about art and she said take about on me and i'm telling you i'm going to be the biggest source in the world and i just believed her now sheets she remembers playing me music i don't remember that part i remember admiring this woman with such conviction and such she she possessed such confidence and i have to say that it was at that moment that everything change for me in terms of the way i looked at artis she was probably the first artist to.

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