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"hart van" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:53 min | 9 months ago

"hart van" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good sport. But Our goal today is not to ask questions that are outright offensive. It is to figure out what turns a regular question into a sensitive one and whether it is still worth asking. We should probably start by thinking about why we ask questions period. There are many reasons You want information? You're curious. Maybe you're bored. Maybe you're really interested in the person you're talking to, or at least one a signal that you're interested. Or maybe your question is meant to signal that you yourself are an interesting person. Asking questions about questions. This is something enough heart and her academic collaborators enjoy. Yeah, Apparently, her collaborators in this case are I'm Eric Van Epps. I'm an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Utah. I'm re Schweitzer, professor at the Wharton School. Mike Hart, Van Epps and Schweitzer both grew up in the U. S. Schweitzer in California, Van Epps, mostly in Nebraska. I think Nebraska fits into this category of Midwest Nice where were often pretty uncomfortable sharing a lot of information or asking a lot of questions when you move across even places in the U. S let alone overseas. They're different norms of conversation and what tends to be sensitive and potentially offensive. We had long conversations about ways to study different norms where In many parts of the world, asking questions like when are you plan to have kids? Why aren't you married yet? How much money do you earn? Questions that for Americans might seem very sensitive in other places would not be. There's very little research that actually looks at what questions people are, in fact, willing to ask. As a researcher. This represents a gorgeous stretch of virgin territory with important consequences. How do we navigate these tradeoffs between the information we want and actually not? Sending or annoying someone else so heart, Schweitzer and Van Epps said about to conduct a study that could examine the types of questions that people feel comfortable and uncomfortable asking. What it would take to get people ask more uncomfortable questions and what would happen if they did. The first thing they had to do was determined. What exactly is a sensitive question? Yeah, we use the definition that sensitive questions are questions about topics that are uncomfortable to discuss. Are inappropriate for the social context or are about information that respondents would rather keep private. Okay, so that's a definition but which questions would've given person consider inappropriate, for instance. To find out. The researchers ran surveys on the mechanical Turk crowd sourcing platform better known as M. Turk. It is hardly the most representative sample in the world, but This is how a lot of research is done these days. The researchers asked participants to rank a variety of questions from least two most sensitive. Let's see how you would rank them. Here's one batch of questions. What do you think about the weather? Have you remote along on? How do you get to work? Are you a morning person? And here's another batch. Have you ever had financial problems? Have you ever had an affair? How much is your salary? Do you or have you ever gone to therapy? E. Imagine those people listening. Have this crunchy feeling about other asking these or being asked these and that's what we're trying to get up. Once the researchers had a pool of questions, ranked by sensitivity, they were ready to test them with what turned out to be a serious of five experiments, the first one again using participants from M. Turk. Started 360 people in two pairs that would have online conversations by text. Half of them would ask questions. The other half would answer. The ask Ear's were then split into three groups and had to pick their questions from the pool of questions that had already been ranked by sensitivity. Essentially, we forced them to pick questions of other mostly sensitive mostly not sensitive or something of a mix in the middle. The research subjects were then asked to predict how their conversation partners felt about being asked these questions. And then we also had their counterpart after they had the conversation rate. How uncomfortable that conversation was. This was something the researchers would do throughout the whole syriza of experiments. We wanted to see what do people think would happen if they ask sensitive questions and by what would happen? I mean, what would the other person feel? And what would the other person's think about them? In this experiment, people were not particularly uncomfortable asking sensitive questions and the respondents, comfort levels were fairly similar across the three conditions. Remember, these are anonymous. Online text conversations between M. Tucker's who didn't know each other would likely never communicate again. The second experiment still using em, Turk Added a pair of wrinkles. The first was the use of financial incentives, although they were so tiny less than a dollar that you have to wonder how powerful they would be. The second wrinkle was the introduction of what are called impression management concerns. So all the times when we approach interactions, be they with strangers with friends with bosses. We want to leave a good impression. You want the other side to think nice, positive things about you. And you don't want them to think that you're a terrible person or that you're really annoying. In this experiment, there were three groups of question NASCAR's the first group would be paid more if their conversation partner thought better of them by the end of the experiment. The second group would be paid more if they made their partner uncomfortable, and the third group was the control condition, which was not assigned a conversational goal. What we see is that people when they were incentivized to create discomfort. Shows almost all sensitive questions. You're asking about abortion and about sexual preferences about bank accounts, everything and how about the group that was paid to leave a good impression? They stuck to neutral, safe topics. What about the control group? People in the control condition were very close to the good impression condition, which suggests that people even if not given any specific goal, are thinking very much about the impression and not so much about the interesting sense of conversation. This result may not surprise you. Most of us want other people to like us, and it would seem obvious that warm or likable if we don't ask sensitive questions. On the other hand, these were anonymous virtual conversations. You might think it's simply be more interesting, more fun to ask the so called sensitive questions. But this experiment suggests that most people don't think that way or perhaps that we're so conditioned to not essence of questions that even when allowed, we don't there a lot of things that could affect whether people choose a sensitive questions. People can have a life goals when they enter into a conversation so country had we incentivize people to have a more interesting conversation or to get as much information as they can. That would also potentially people to prefer sense of questions over new girl ones. Or if you want to amuse yourself or amused the other person that could also affect what questions you asked for. The next experiment, the researchers recruited a couple 100 students from the University of Pennsylvania. All the participants had to do was select the questions they were going to ask a conversation partner again from the pool of questions ranked by sensitivity. Five of these questions were ranked as sensitive. The wrinkle Here was, some participants were told their conversations would happen in person and some online Once again, there were financial incentives 30 or 40 cents for each sensitive question they chose versus just five or 10 cents for a non sensitive question again the money So tiny. It's hard to imagine, at least for me that it would matter much The fact that they could have earned you know a few extra dollars. Yeah, I think that's a modest incentive in this case. Still, you do get paid three or four times as much for picking sensitive question. So what happened? Importantly, in both conditions, people are leaving money on the table, so to speak. Most people are not choosing to ask all five sensitive questions and maximize.

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"hart van" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"hart van" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"hart van" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"hart van" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"But you can't send kevin hough as husband you have to send the rock. That's a good call. Yeah and you stick. Kevin hart van. He's your man in the van. It's writes itself. Yeah i guess so. Yeah probably not as funny as rosen's pitch for a on the screen writer his pitch with melissa mccarthy larger role. I think that might have done really. Well yeah i mean. Overall we were so thrilled to have rosen. Join us For a good four minutes talking about a film that he clearly left during. We love talking about any chance. We can get to bring a filmmaker or actor for that matter. We'll see what the future holds. Who helped bring a spy movie to life. I think is really great for all of you. Because i know there's a lot of spy fans out there who want context and information regarding what went on behind the scenes weaken. Only we give our own research on the podcast or you know theorize what may have happened in certain situations. But it's great when we can't the film makers come on and really lay it out and kind of lead us into their heads and let us know where they were when they were putting these projects together so i do look forward to doing more of that in the future. Yeah we we have is selling a few people. Dabney coleman looking at year And we would love to to speak to them but again we thankfully royston could join us. Thank you rawson. And i think that wraps us up cam i think it does so there we are. That was part. Two of us. Spymaster interview series. Thank you for listening. If you want to hear more from you can find us at spy. Hodson that's s p y h a s on facebook twitter and instagram. And of course you can join us on tuesday for from russia with love. The sean connery film from nineteen sixty three until then listeners. Don't get caught dousing in showers..

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"hart van" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"hart van" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Soon. Actually, no, because they go Excuse me. Scratch at that was 35 34. We saw a lot more points in this game now that I remember this because then the mark came back on fourth and five touchdown. Then Baker answer back. That's where he scored too soon and finally capped it off with Baker Mayfield. All right, Lamar Jackson. Take it down the field, Justin Tucker Field goal and the reason how we got the 47 42 was on a bad beat. We'll get to that in just a second anyway, though, as we recap that for the 9000 time, and I still find a way to get it wrong When I got it right all the other times. You don't get it wrong there. You give a stock up to the Mark Jackson and also Baker Mayfield Heck of a game last night what we saw from both those gentlemen on given additional stock up to the Baltimore Ravens. Eight and five. They should win their final three games. I think they're gonna be 11 and five and going to the playoffs Stock up to the Ravens, Gus Malzahn out at all. Burn Lane Kiffin is on Lee been at Ole Miss for one season. There's been some talk, though. That lane Kiffin. Maybe going toe all burn. Let's hear how Lane Kiffin handle those questions today from the media, and he had a little fun at the expense of his former boss. Nick, Save it. I don't know that just Product it when your players play well, you're gonna be in rumors like that. So there's been no conversations, anything like that. Um I wanted to say, um You know what I wanted for my mentor. You know that. If you guys wanna keep asking this, I don't have to tell you. I will not be the head coach of Alabama, Okay? So Stop asking me Wouldn't you say that, But I just had doing some dry humor from link, if in where he's being very aggressive, But he just sounds very creepy and weird. So it's Guess. Also, it's on zooms. Only one person's Mike is on. I would guess they usually have a whole room full of laughter. But I would assume that this press conference was done over Zoom anyway. I appreciate the little subtle shot or maybe not so subtle. At next saving. I like, make saving a lot. But that was well played by Lane Kiffin to take the attention somewhere else, and pretty much avoided the question Stock up the lane Kiffin. Peter Fagan joined us earlier today been playing you a lot of this audio throughout the night. Let's see the emotion and Peter Fagan's voice when he reflects on getting out of Santa to Campo, the president Bucks Peter Fagan to sign that Supermax today, You know, it's not immediate news. It was kind of like where our timing is. And we've been talking about the nuances and And talking about the details. I think with the honest kind of Johannes is consistent about one thing kind of always like he's got his schedule, you know, and I think when he was when he was ready, and it was time, he said, like, let's do this. This is right. He brought Brought his family and we sat around the table kind of like a great emotional time, and he was ready. And he you know, he's been really kind of consistent, transparent like he He loves the prospect of the team. He loves this city. This is where he's kind of grown up in the state since he's come here and and he really wanted to put the commitment down and And he did it. So he is that special guy. Stock up to that special guy Janos onto the coop. Oh, and also bucks fans. The Greek freak is here to stay one more for the Peter Fagan interview right here on the Zack help Show. I'm just gonna play this one. You be the judge. Go ahead, Zack. I gotta tell you awesome Intro. Awesome day. We're so pumped when I got your call I had to call in. You've been like the most positive. Kind of like I called to the Hart van and supporting. But this is a big day for Matlock. The big day for the league. This is just this is good all around. This is a very happy place in Milwaukee most amazing day, and I do appreciate the kind words that you say Since you're the president of the Bucks. Could we get a Zach Gil Day at halftime when we're allowing fans back in the arena? I think you could get us that girl day before we have fans back. That's what I promised you. How about that? Even with the creepy laugh at the end, I always hate listening to my last back on the radio. You know what I'm gonna do right now. Ryan Trace. Thank you. Look at may remember Michael Jordan shrug. And then remember, in the last dancer we saw this drug from one of his security guards. I'm gonna do that shrug. Zack, Help Show Day, CBS Sports Radio Day by Sir Form Coming up soon Stock up. Boom. You got to give a stock down to Jim Boeheim. Now I've not heard this audio, but I've read the headline. So I want to hear the song. He was waiting for the show His gym behind. Going back to something happened last week with NATO. It's called out Coach K when Coach K was talking about shutting down the season. And NATO's, which I love. We gave him a stock up, said Well, if Duke didn't lose those two games with coach K might process could be saying that here is Jim Boeheim coming to the defense of Coach K. I think this from yesterday. Mike said in the summer. In September and October that we should delay the season. For some young coach who should know better, but didn't suggest that Mike's success. He doesn't want to play because he lost a couple games. He's only won 1100 That isn't anybody that knows anything about college basketball knows that my success, he said that in the very beginning.

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"hart van" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"hart van" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Well, Paul Bear in there too. Maybe Yes, That's right. Discussing the end of an era. The undertaker retired last night. Our professional wrestling insider Justin Garcia? Yeah. That same Justin Garcia, But you didn't know. Did you ever see him in a real live house? Show? Our on site isn't working. Okay? Oh, yeah, all the time. I mean, I was all the time all the time all the time. Follow them around. I took a year off, you know, kind of like you see, people do for the grateful dead. I did it for the W W E as well. I'm thinking last night. How many times in the media undertaker. I RL as the kids say, Scott and, uh, I think it was probably about three shows that I went to that he was at. I was at a couple of paper views in Milwaukee. I know one or two of them was part of the stretch where he was injured, But I definitely you know. I know I've seen him a few times and that entrance I mean, you played the music and you talked about I mean, the entrance in person is in greater than experience. Greatest entrance ever. I mean, I know there's people Hulk Hogan, you know, with each of vitamins, the red and the gold and all that stuff and that music plays and people, you know, the hair stands up on the back of their arms. But Now for my money, undertakers entrance. Best interest of any person ever. Any wrestler ever pants down? Yeah. I mean, I think the only thing close for me from when I was in that teenager time frame was Beer out of show that stone cold with that where you would hear the glass break, and then Steve Austin come down. The crowd goes nuts, but I mean, the longevity of the undertaker. And just the fact that it was basically three minutes. You know, as soon as the music it's okay, we're just watching him walk slowly down the aisle for the next three minutes. Mm. So I'm gonna ask you for your for you. Mount Rushmore of wrestlers here. A couple texts have come in 85561616 20 we got I'd love to get a phone call in professional wrestling. That's my goal. If somebody wants to call it, I'd love to get a phone call period. But Hear texture says I go with undertaker, Hulk Hogan, The Rock and Jesse Ventura. Wow, another texture, says. W W E sash W W F ALL time. Mount Rushmore would have to be Hogan. Stone cold Steve Austin. The rock. Triple H and the undertaker. Okay, Mom, Rushmore only has four presidents. First of all, so I'm not sure that that is five. You've been stopped account Stop. Account. All right, Justin Soul is the undertaker on your Mount Rushmore of professional wrestling. And if not, who is but who would join him? Well, I think the better question is. What about Mount Rushmore of Mount Rushmore? Topics where we're back to that, Um, you know, There's so many different ways you can go. You can go with WWF w W E. Only you could go with the end of us. W I was Maura W. W s guy growing up. So because of that my list with lean heavily Towards that territory. My first love in all of sports wasp Hulk Hogan. I was a hunk a maniac as a kid, so he would be on there. I loved stone cold. Steve Austin. I was never a huge rock guy as much as everybody else around our age Woz. I would go with stone Cold Hogan, the undertaker and ric flair. So if you had to pick between Hogan or flare, Who would Who would you have chosen? That is one of the great debates. You know. Coke, Pepsi? Ginger Maryann. Cute. Open your portly flare. Hogan. Not only is in a debate, but if you if you ask me now, it's very clearly ric flair but as a child I was very loyal to the WWF and I only occasionally saw flair and didn't really appreciate the work rate or his greatness. So I would have, said Hogan then but now For everything that Ric flair did in the ring. And for the person we've learned Hall Kogan is outside of the ring. I would definitely lean towards Ric flair. Okay. Well, if look if we're putting in or if our for factoring in their real life character into this I mean, this is professional wrestling that that that's a variable that throws off all the calculations. Then basically, we're basically left with Owen Hart van on. Also, I mean, just based just barely missing my list would be Bret Harte, because there was another guy when I was growing up watching it right on. The cuts really loved Brett Hart. You know, Michael Sumit all these names that are missing the cut. How much was lost last night by not having a live in person. Crowd an audience at the event. Now what What they've been doing is what I call the Thunderdome, and it's It's just hundreds and hundreds of monitors and people have zoomed in tow, Watch or whatever might be so technically they're our faces in the crowd, but He wasn't alive in person event. That's kind of a real shame in the retirement of the undertaker. Yeah, the There was no crowd there. I mean, they brought out a handful of veteran older guys that he worked with Dr his career, which Amanda for being honest in this day and age of coded to have guys in that age group. I don't know how wise that is. But then again, we've seen the W W E kind of Turn a blind eye to covert throughout this whole thing, So it was kind of a disappointment that the fans didn't really get to give him that. Send off. I mean, you had the The cheers, but I mean, it was very much artificial, and you could tell. It's obviously piped in, but you could. It did feel the same. And that was kind of What we thought WrestleMania to where you had. Some guys have some big moments for the first time in their career, and that was even before they were doing the Thunderdome where it was. It was literally an empty arena with no fans in it, So I mean, that was the one thing that stood out to me not to get too off topic, but Watching this early on in the pandemic and scene ruffling in an empty arena you realized allow. This is not a sustainable model. Last question for you. The undertaker is retired, right? I mean, I'm operating under the auspices that that is it. This is not a bait and switch. This is not a Oh, wait a minute. One more match because a lot of these guys have retired flair and others retired, and then Claire. One more match or they flip toe one of these other, much smaller wrestling organizations on some cable network that nobody has. And suddenly You know, they're pushing 60 65 trying to still live in it. Undertakers done correct. Please, let him be done. So you can never say never, especially in this industry. I was very hesitant and I think a lot of us have followed this closely. It started to hear, you know he's not actually retiring and he's coming back and they're going to start an angle to build towards another match. And a lot of people were pointing to. Well, he still has the ponytail and a guy that's pushing 60. Why would he keep hair that long? Unless you still working an angle, and when we got to it last night, he came out and said, is peace..

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"hart van" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"hart van" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Dying to talk to you for ever and a day holly mac welcome to next. Stop up everywhere. I hope it's everything that you you hoped it would be thank you. I'm glad i sent the email and say hey. I wanna talk yes yes. You are for those obviously paying attention. Holly has been one of our most dependable e-mailers. <hes> we always look forward to getting your emails every time time as you know we try really hard to get your emails in of word for word as best as we can. <hes> usually if i'm reading them they tend to be a little more accurate compared to jesse. I'm just gonna point that out and <hes> jesse tends to skip some things known then. I'm just gonna i'm just gonna throw him under the bus us but so <hes> so it's great to finally have you you kind of level up here you kind of move from emails status to special guests companion genius than i am and i'm really excited about this or i am to graduate of me up on the offer well you're always welcome in the and <hes> that goes for anybody obviously out there but <hes> but you were kind enough to reach out and <hes> i really appreciate it because the more that you talk the less that i have to talk that makes everybody happy so all right so here f one fifty one we're gonna talk battlefield and this is a great story from the seventh doctor semester mccoy era written of course by ben aruna vich who wrote the previous story remembrance of the daleks which is my unofficial fair like twenty fifth anniversary story compared to the official twenty fifth anniversary story silver nemesis but he's also written some virgin new adventures novels he wrote transit. He wrote the also people and so violent sin and he's writing a bunch of other things these days so oh he's become quite the novelist and the story was directed by michael kerrigan and was the first serial of season twenty six the last season of the the original series of doctor who aired in nineteen eighty-nine and of course starring silvester mccoy as the seventh doctor and sophie aldred as dorothy ace mcshane sheen and the funny thing day before my tenth birthday even doctor who was kind of on my radar at yeah point so since you brought it up. That's a great segue <hes> sierra pro at this <hes>. So what was your doctor dr who background because i'm kind of wondering what got you in the doctor who if you can you know you don't have to go into a huge detail if you don't want to but <hes> but yeah i'm dying to know how you got into the show earliest collection. I was probably about three trying to look for sesame street on p._b._s. Earned it out came across an episode episode. I remember is a blue box cobblestones in canine nice. That's it that's all that's all i remembered and then jumped two thousands big fan of james marsters and found out he was going to be on a little show recalled. Torchwood went deep diving trying to find out about captain jack which then led me to the classical and then trying to get caught up spend time for serious for in this was before google net flicks little struggled to find alternative means to catch up and understand understandable so so so essentially torchwood was your gateway and then from there you learned what about modern who and then you went back to classic who well i knew about classical because i remember when fox was going to do the airing of the the eighth doctor i had set that up on for the life of me. I do not know that v._h._s. Tape went. I still have mine yeah. I i had done massive searches trying to find it and thank heavens. They released it on d._v._d. Because it's like you member said you'd up and taking it watching it and kinda like <music> so okay so so then <hes> since that was obviously before torchwood so then you can actually watch the the fox movie. I yes kind of yeah then kinda got about the team already okay yeah and then you're like oh yeah. I remember watching doctor who on fox that one night and you're like okay so that's kinda sorta familiar. I guess i'll check this out. Yes okay so. I guess you were rather other. John barrowman fan or is it more the james maas marsters captain john hart van more the james marsters john iheart family flu he kind of playing spike like character right then that was my next question. I guess in europe buffy fan as well yeah. The adult buffy angel's supernatural iran again. That's all right. That's good nothing wrong yet. So i'd better get a little background so i the ed research and found out okay. He starred in doctor who i for john. Barrowman tried to find all the john barrowman episodes and then reading okay. That's cool so <hes> so does that. Make ten at your doctor or is it another one or or do you have a favorite. I like them all. I really don't have a good answer. Is it true 'cause i mean sometimes. I'll be like ooh. I haven't watched her trae. Awhile while gravitate towards him are gravitate towards theatric shelton back to mccoy or mcgann or even the other colin colin baker so you kind of depends on your mood then exactly depends on iowa all right so so what was it that made you choose this story as one of the stories you wanted to talk. What about when you pitch is i just i remember such a i had such a great time with this one. I loved the brig and i just love the marlon and the fun aspect to it. Necessarily okay is doctor actually molin or i don't think even the shoe show new at this point they they kind of introduced this thing and then three stories later the series cancelled so we you didn't follow up on it at all exactly yeah other one. I was kind of flipping between was dragon fire. That's a good one new it was that was that was the first one with as yeah all right well. That's all we can always talk about that another time yeah all right so let's cool <hes> <hes> yeah. I like this one a lot to <hes> obviously being classic who fan <hes>. I love this one because hey we get to brigadier back after quite a while. We hadn't seen him on television. Since the five doctors back in nineteen eighty-three actually not well yeah there was after we'd seen him a little a few stories earlier in <hes> modern dead and when davison peter davison stories and then <hes> i think it was davidson's tenth story if i remember correctly and the five doctors was his fourteenth so is just a little bit <hes> but yeah i just you know and i get a kick out of you know when when classic older characters are brought back into the series and they're kind of re introduced to a new generation and <hes> so i really enjoyed seeing the brigadier again and there is a little bit of controversy about this one because there were one of the initial drafts offs. This is kind of a little trivia bit they weren't they were talking about possibly killing off the brigadier. <hes> which i'm glad they didn't know ca- they brought that tie back in the you said you should be you. Should you should die. Pass away in bed and like yes please yeah especially especially after the introducing <hes> we finally get to see the brigadier's wife doris how horrible without have i've been if he he said goodbye and then he goes off and he dies that would have been just a major downer of it and the ending and much <hes> definitely glad they they had the more upbeat ending when when this went ends <hes> because like j. t. don't be angry at me but i couldn't pull the trigger. Thank you for your yes exactly <hes> i know g._m._t. Jonathan turner gets a little a little bit of crap from fans some of it justified some of it not justified but <hes> but in this case. I'm think the fans are pretty happy that he didn't kill off the brigadier yeah yeah i'd say so all right so guess cast in this one. Obviously we'd get nicholas. Courtney the great nicholas courtney as the brigadier his final appearance on doctor who <hes> we see him again years later on the sarah jane adventures but <hes> but the sadly is his last appearance on doctor who <hes> <hes> we get the return of jean marsh as more gain and a little bit of trivia for a young ins <hes> jean marsh was actually actually a first doctor companion she played sarah kingdom in the william hartnell story the dalek and the <hes> the daleks six master plan and ultimately died in that story sarah did but <hes> but so it's kinda great to have her come back to the show after all this time <hes> <hes> we had she also was in previous story before that she played a character named lady joanna in the crusade which was another hartnell story and more recently. She was queen bev mortga in the great film willow. It's a classic eighties. Fantasy adventure sure movie. If you've ever seen willow she's you can spotter there. As queen bed mortga an recently. She was a party guest in an adventures. The an adventure insurance space and time the recent documentary on the william hartnell era that starred dave bradley of course as william hartnell. She makes a little cameo because they worked in a lot of <hes> the first dr eric companions in that one of his and <hes> jean marsh was one of those so i was glad for that <hes> we also get the introduction of angela bruce as brigadier winifred bambara the brigadier less bridge stewart's replacement essentially essentially at unit his successor <hes> she had recently not who on fairly recently reprised the role of brigadier bambara in the seventh doctor big finish audio adventure animal so if you're like to hear more about brigadier woodford very rim berry you can check out that that was essentially kind of <hes> the loss season twenty seven that was never aired. One of the episodes from that the the the big finish was kind enough to produce robert jezek played sergeant zbigniev and if you're again if you're a big finish fan you may know him as the audio adventure version of fro bisher who was obviously introduced in <hes> the sixth doctor comic in doctor who magazine way back in the day you know the shape shifting alien that gets stuck in the form of a penguin now and again and that's his kind of preferred form mm-hmm for a lot of it yeah so <hes> so yes urgent zip britney plays furbish her in the big finish. Audios voice sounded a little familiar but he couldn't place in. Hey you got to see this is why you come. Stop everywhere. We we try to help you out in oh yes. Where is it was killing me. While now so that's one thing you can just relax about you know who that is <hes> also in the movie. We have another james bond connection. He was in the movie casino royale and he was also in the movie event horizon if you've ever seen that movie with <hes> sam neill and so it's kind of a sci fi horror movie that's pretty cool pretty cool movie a little bit of obscure skier but it's definitely worth checking out event horizon <hes> jim bland who played the <hes> temporarily blind elizabeth rawlinson rawlinson until she recovers her sight. Thanks to more gain. She was previously in the peter davison story earth shock as birger the kind of assistant captain on the freighter and we had <hes> let's see here. We had christopher bowen who played more dread red. He was in the james bond movie. Tomorrow never dies believe it or not and marcus galvin who gilbert excuse me who played insulin. He was a couple of interesting movies from the eighties. He was in rambo three and army of darkness starring of course bruce campbell so if you're bruce campbell fan it just know the insulin's in that movie so so have fun spotting him all right so <hes> i do have some before we get started on topics. I do have have some trivial wanna go over <hes> first and foremost we. We have to talk about that. This story almost cost us sobe sophie l. tread. Yes yeah so do you do you <hes> up on that story. Yes it was with me glasses that she was trapped behind decided to fill it with that water and the water tension and she started banging and sylvester heard the crack and get her out of there and there's no yoga studio guys got her out of there and yeah that that according we knew <hes> sylvester the the <hes> the pressure on the glass bulge the glass and eventually broke open so selfie kinda got superior hurt in that yes yeah if that had happened but <hes> thankfully she was okay and but the all the problem also was that <hes> that water flooded it out into the studio and they're like oh gee all these livewires across the studio floor. Nobody thought got to apparently to put up a barrier in case that happened seriously working with water. That handle is farther away yeah or just something to keep like just in case. Hey maybe if sing leaks. We don't want water honor getting involved with the wiring..

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"hart van" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Game. Yeah. Department of interior to protect our natural resources. But the CEO of the Fresno county farm bureau, Ryan Jacobson says Bernhardt understands California and the central valley's agricultural water needs. So the fact that we have an individual that understands both the plumbing side as well as the political side of what's happened with water in California. I think is is an incredible asset for us at this point Bernhardt agency proposed new environmental rules this week that could boost the water supply for central valley. Farmers for the California report. I'm Monica Valez in Fresno in LA county, a settlement with a conservative group has set off fears of a mass purge of voter registrations. Purging the roles is common practice in some states like a high, oh and Georgia and civil rights groups say it can disenfranchise voters but officials maintain that is not the case in LA. Reporter Mary Franklin Harbin explains. The suit filed against secretary of state, Alex Padilla in L A county registrar recorded dean, Logan. Alleged LA county had over one point five million inactive veterans on their roles, meaning they weren't complying with a section of the national better registration act, which says that states must keep their veterans. Current conservative group Judicial Watch and the election integrity project filed the suit they say a glut of inactive voters enables foul play at the polls like absentee ballot fraud or double voting, but officials say L A are ready has a voter verification system in place, and is complying with the veteran. Ration- act attorney Justin Levick consulted, the secretary of state's office on this case, there's been misinformation about the fact that people are going to get tossed off to tomorrow, that's simply not going to happen. That's because California uses a different process to verify voters rather than dumping people for inactivity, like in other states, everyone on the inactive list is there because they've either moved or had male returned not for lack of voting. So why did officials agreed to settle if they're not doing anything wrong? According to the registrar. Quarters office. It would have been a waste of time and taxpayer money to litigate something they say they were already doing Ray Lopez Calderon is the executive director for the nonpartisan voting rights group common cause he says the real reason for the lawsuit is more about politics. I don't think it's a coincidence that student L A and that they named Alex Padilla as the coast offended. It's part of this larger misinformation campaign that there's all these illegal voters in California and complete complete poppycock as part of the settlement agreement LA county will remove inactive records after the twenty twenty two election for the California report. I'm Mary Franklin Hart van as counties across our state conduct homeless counts, we continue our look at common myths about homelessness are Michelle Wiley recently headed to Orange County where she met Mahan Naim who does outreach with drug users there. I'm a member of the steering committee. I that's the Orange County needle exchange program which closed last year. Year. And when you're not doing not, what do you do through currently not too much, but I'll be starting medical school at UC Irvine in August, what kind of people would you meet at the exchange who are there to get clean syringes or no Laaksonen drug that can help with overdoses, can you describe the demographics of those those folks we have an image as a society at large of what a heroin user looks like this person is dirty lives under a bridge. Share syringes is a criminal will in reality. I've never seen more diversity in my life than I did at the Civic Center at the exchange opioid epidemic. Applies in the way epidemic normally applies. It doesn't pick and choose. I mean, we had moms coming from Newport Beach and really nice cars and really expensive clothing getting.

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"hart van" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:42 min | 3 years ago

"hart van" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Natural resources. But the CEO of the Fresno county farm bureau, Ryan Jacobson says Bernhardt understands California and the central valley's agricultural water needs. So the fact that we have an individual that understands both the plumbing side as well as the political side of what's happened with water in California. I think is is an incredible asset for us at this point Bernhardt agency proposed new environmental rules this week that could boost the water supply for central valley. Farmers for the California report. I'm Monica Valez in Fresno in LA county, a settlement with a conservative group has set off fears of a mass purge of voter registrations. Purging the roles is common practice in some states like a high, oh in Georgia and civil rights groups say it can disenfranchise voters but officials maintain that is not the case in LA. Reporter Mary Franklin Harbin explains. The suit filed against secretary of state, Alex Padilla LA county registrar recorder dean, Logan. Alleged LA county had over one point five million inactive voters on their roles, meaning they weren't complying with a section of the national Vetter registration act, which says that states must keep their veterans. Current conservative group Judicial Watch and the election integrity project filed the suit they say a glut of inactive veterans enables foul play at the polls like absentee ballot fraud or double voting, but officials say L A ready has a voter verification system in place in is complying with the veteran destruction act attorney, Justin Levick consulted, the secretary of state's office on this case, there's been misinformation about the fact that people are gonna get tossed off tomorrow. That's simply not going to happen. That's because California uses a different process to verify voters rather than dumping people for inactivity, like in other states, everyone on the inactive list is there because they've either moved or had male returned not for lack of voting. So why did officials agree to settle if they're not doing anything wrong? According to the register. Recorder's office. It would have been a waste of time and taxpayer money to litigate something they say they were already doing Ray Lopez Calderon is the executive director for the nonpartisan voting rights group common cause he says the real reason for the lawsuit is more about politics. I don't think it's a coincidence that they student L A, and that they you mean, Alex Padilla at the coast offended part of this larger misinformation campaign that there's all these legal voters in California and complete complete Bobby as part of the settlement agreement LA county will remove inactive records after the twenty twenty two election for the California report. I'm Mary Franklin Hart van as counties across our state conduct homeless counts, we continue our look at common myths about homelessness, Michelle Wiley recently headed to Orange County where she met Mahan Naim who does outreach with drug users there. I'm a member of the steering committee. I n e p that's the Orange County needle exchange program which closed last year. Year. And when you're not doing not, what do you do through currently not too much, but I'll be starting medical school at UC Irvine in August, what kind of people would you meet at the exchange who are there to get clean syringes or no Laaksonen a drug that can help with overdoses, can you describe the demographics of those this folks, we have an image as a society at large of what a heroin user looks like this person is dirty lives under a bridge. Shares syringes is a criminal in reality. I've never seen more diversity in my life than I did at the Civic Center at the exchange opioid epidemic. Applies in the way epidemic normally applies. It doesn't pick and choose. I mean, we had moms coming from Newport Beach and really nice cars and really expensive clothing getting the locks on.

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