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"ian burnett" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

08:30 min | 4 months ago

"ian burnett" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"And who do i have. With me and mining the ian burnett anti. Am six years old What do i do at npr. And you are an actor. Where do i work In a minute yup. That's right and so when we're listening to npr. What kinds of stories do we hear about. And i hear about the weather. And i hear about what's new of Virus and the vaccines are more effective. You heard some news about a vaccine yet. Met the latest. They've heard as a vaccine. That's ninety five percent effective pretty exciting. Yeah what has the urban like at home with corona virus like. Tell me more. I can do anything. Really very hard What kinds of things make you happy. Seeing things like that news about a vaccine same here and i learned all kinds of things like that on. Npr two we have to rely on it to get this kind of information and so we think that everybody should be giving to their local station to help support npr at donate got npr dot org slash. Sam that's donate dot. Npr dot org slash them. Okay back to the show Say hello i am i guy. This is weird. It's to ensure you're in charge here. Well let's see for today's episode. I teamed up with the friend. This friend also happens to be a podcast host. Hey sam sanders high. Nfl how are you. i'm good. I'm really excited to get to work with. It's been a minute. I am really excited to get to work with deck sex money. It is a excitement on all sides. It's true listeners. Today we bring you a very special collaboration. Episode of npr's it's been a collaboration with wnyc's death sex and money i'm your host sam sanders and i'll be joined by death sex money host and a sail her show death sex and money. It is all about the big questions in hard choices. That are often left out impolite. Conversation and i wanted to collaborate because thing that we've both been wondering about and talking about a lot recently is quarantine pod life. you know. All the ways people have set up living or friendship or relationship arrangements to keep some sort of social her family circle even through this era of social distancing sometimes quarantining together. Sometimes it's a group of folks you trust enough to meet up with maybe once a week all different kinds of arrangements when we talked the last time i i asked you like. Is it better to spin. Quarantine and lockdown potted up with people or alone. And i still can't tell because i don't know you've heard this too from all kinds of folks. I'm sure that like living with any kind of quarantine pod set up when everything is just the same day in and day out. It can be tough either. Ask tough or tougher than like doing this whole year alone. I think that's what we discovered and we were on. The phone is that we were both kind of jealous of each other. Because you have your wonderful part of a family. And i have my netflix account. Your time omen god luxurious. So anna and we realized that some people are happy in these situations and some people are not at all so on this episode. We'll hear from folks who were suffering. I've begun to call pod fatigue and then if you go over to the decks money podcast feed joe here anna talking with some folks on her show who are actually suffering from pod long game. Here's a peek. At those stories you talk to people who are stuck together. I talked to a woman who is stuck apart from someone. She's fallen madly in love with over the last several months and they have not seen each other in person. They've just talked on how many months they not seen each other. In months and months and months they knew each other as young people were in high school. They reconnected because she did some detective work while she was in isolation poking around and they've fallen in love and they're actually not that physically far apart from each other they could meet at how far they're just across cisco bay from each other this is not an inability to get on a plane. They are choosing to wait until they can be fully present with each other and not think about how krona virus. Wow that's either gonna go really really well or it's not. I don't know. I mean i don't want to ask you to predict that ends up but hearing you say that it sounds quite beautiful and romantic but if the about it it's like no matter what what a wonderful way to spend these months you know like even if it ends up being just a companion that you had over the phone and it doesn't work out in three dimensions. I love it. I love it. Well your story that you're gonna share in your episode about life Quite romantic the two. That i have to bring to you to. Our listeners are not at all romantic. One is a group of friends who have a friend pod And they're worried that they're just being mean to each other they have that really fun sarcastic sense of humor. Some friend groups do but they think they've taken it too far and they're worried and then This other pod story. Oh my god it is a doozy. I don't wanna give away too much for you. Just hear the story but it involves a dispute over real estate. That's all i'll say. Oh yeah drama. Rama so i think what we should do our respective listeners. Hear these respective stories and once they hear these pods stories. We're going to come back and chit chat about Some insights or big lessons we've learned from talking to these folks about that sounds good. You're listening to death sex money and it's been a minute we'll be right back. What's our what's our combo acronym at. Ibm dsm. let's see. I you say semi bam bam bam this message comes from. Npr sponsor. bank of america. 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I saw your tweet immediately. Screenshot it and send it to my pandemic pod group chat. That is austin miller in albuquerque reading the hilarious e mail he sent to the show. I'm gonna trash talk you hoes. I said one friend. Claire encourage me to email you my other friend. Molly was offended. So naturally i'm emailing you. Here's the deal. I love these two friends dearly. We've gotten really close to talking about our bowel movements close and we've experienced the pandemic protesting in the election together. We've been through a lot since march.

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"ian burnett" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"ian burnett" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Was similar each time in fact the business computer obtain bank account numbers and security codes and initiate electronic fund transfers to money meals overseas yeah I can better is a true twenty first century criminal who with the stroke of a key in the click of a mouse committed cyber crimes across the globe he's earned his place on the F. B. I.'s list of the world's most wanted cyber criminals yeah the man I haven't arrested their whereabouts unknown officials will beef up security as usual for the ceremony to remember those lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor seventy eight years ago as of the shooting this week is fresh online a U. S. sailor killed two civilians wounded another and then turned the gun on himself at the military base Wednesday a pro armor national memorial for the event on the anniversary of the Japanese bombing that propelled the U. S. in the World War two will go on as planned on Saturday the greatest generation gathering Saturday British judges exonerated three black man who served time in prison fifty years ago based upon the testimony of a corrupt police officer judge Ian Burnett quashed the conviction the Winston true sterling Christie and it George Graff and they're all in their late sixties they were arrested after being swept up in a purse snatching probe in nineteen seventy two the group dot the oval for there was another one served eight months in prison but sought to clear their names Ernie says that it was a travesty they waited forty seven years to be exonerated that's an understatement take us with you wherever you go download the talking live free mobile app more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning it is the sixth day of December we are just getting started Michael Bloomberg unveiling his gun control policy and Joe Biden campaign overshadowed by a testy confrontation with the voter that's next right here on America's.

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"ian burnett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"ian burnett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Cannot be certain because the regime blocks information among those murdered at least a dozen children including thirteen and fourteen year olds many thousands of Iranians have been wounded and at least seven thousand protesters have been detained in Iran's prisons many of these protesters have been sent to to prisons the great Tehran penitentiary and guard shock prison today secretary Pompeii has determined these entities meet the criteria for gross human rights violations set out in cancer we are now at the many hundred hundreds perhaps over a thousand and this look we had we had protests and a hundred cities and we saw how the regime responded the supreme leader referred to his own people as thugs options under consideration right now could stand between five thousand seven thousand US troops to the Middle East but officials stress no final decisions have been made the US trade deficit narrowed in October as imports fell faster than exports the politically sensitive trade gap with China dropped commerce department and the gap between what America sells and buys a broad dropped seven point six percent to forty seven point two billion in October imports tumbled one point seven percent on reduced purchases of foreign oil cars and auto parts the pharmaceuticals exports to on a drop in sales of soybeans and aircraft engines the deficit India trade I'm good with China narrow by one point one percent down to fourteen point six percent so far this year but justice department unsealed charges against two Russian man in what authorities say is one of the worst computer hacking and bank fraud schemes of the past decade the men are charged in an indictment filed in federal court in Pittsburgh Maxine Jakob acts of Moscow Russia has been indicted in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania for his alleged role as the leader of a cyber criminal gang responsible for the distribution of a multi function malware package known as blue got a second co conspirator Igor Tricia have also was indicted in Pittsburgh in connection with the blue got scheme Jakob that's is also been charged in a criminal complaint in Lincoln Nebraska for his participation in a scheme to disseminate Zeus a similar form of malware that was likewise used to empty out the financial accounts of its victims according to the complaint the deployment of Zeus resulted in a total attempted theft of around two hundred and twenty million dollars with actual losses of an estimated seventy million dollars from victims bank accounts some of the victims in western Pennsylvania include a school district to banking institutions a number of businesses including a petroleum business a technology company a manufacturing company and the building material supply company the methodology was similar each time in fact the business computer obtain bank account numbers and security codes and initiate electronic fund transfers to money meals overseas doctor that is the true twenty first century criminal who with the stroke of a key in the click of a mouse committed cyber crimes across the globe he's earned his place on the F. B. I.'s list of the world's most wanted cyber criminals yeah the man that I haven't been arrested their whereabouts unknown official beef up security as usual for the ceremony to remember those lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor seventy eight years ago as of the shooting this week is crushed online a U. S. sailor killed two civilians wounded at the other and then turned the gun on himself at the military base Wednesday a pro armor national memorial for the event on the anniversary of the Japanese bombing that compel the U. S. in the World War two will go on as planned on Saturday the greatest generation gathering day well Chris Darden exonerated three black man who served time in prison fifty years ago based upon the testimony of a corrupt police officer judge Ian Burnett quashed the conviction the Winston true sterling Christie and it George Graff and they're all in their late sixties they were arrested after being swept up in a purse snatching probe in nineteen seventy two the group dot the oval for there was another one served eight months in prison but thought the clear their names their attorney says that it was a travesty they waited forty seven years to be exonerated that's an understatement take us with you wherever you go download the talk stream live free mobile out more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning it is the.

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"ian burnett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"ian burnett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Political rival yesterday the Judiciary Committee at the Judiciary Committee the American people heard testimony from leading American constitutional scholars illuminated without a doubt that the president's actions are profound violation of the public trust the president's actions of seriously violated the constitution especially when he says and act upon the belief article two says I can do whatever I want now his wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our constitution a separation of powers three co equal branches each a check and balance on the other I have a topic if we can keep the engine if I democracy is what is at stake not hardly impeachment pro that July phone call with the president of Ukraine in which president trump pressed the president of Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden and hunter Biden as that president trump withheld aid president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani paying a visit to the Ukrainian capital to hold meetings instilled a documentary that made it was meant to revive efforts that landed him in the impeachment inquiry on Thursday he landed in Kiev a leading yeah they should stay with Andrea bare **** a member of the Ukraine's parliamentary promoted claims against the biting attack posted photos on Facebook which Giuliani and said that you had a meeting to form a new group friends of Ukraine stop corruption the Pentagon is considering sending a several thousand additional U. S. troops to the Middle East to deter Iranian aggression a Pentagon official said the Marquess for the defense secretary intends to make changes to the number of troops deployed amid reports of escalating violence in Iran and continued meddling by Tehran in Iraq Syria and elsewhere in the region in fact the trump administration is accusing Iranian security forces of killing more than one thousand people and they cracked down on their own protesters them out shar the city in southwest Iran the number of a running demonstrators blocked a road the state department has received videos of what happened next without will morning the I. R. G. C. opened fire on the protesters killing several people many of the protesters fled to nearby marsh lands to escape the allergies he tracked them down and surrounded them with machine guns mounted on trucks they then spray the protesters with bullets between the rounds of machine gun fire the screams of the victims can be heard in this one incident alone the rich came murder to as many as a hundred Iranians and possibly more we have seen reports of many hundreds more killed in and around Tehran and as the truth is trickling out of Iran it appears the regime could have murdered over a thousand Iranian citizen since the protests began we cannot be certain because the regime blocks information among those murdered at least a dozen children including thirteen and fourteen year olds many thousands of Iranians have been wounded and at least seven thousand protesters have been detained in Iran's prisons many of these protesters have been sent to to prisons the great Tehran penitentiary and guard shock prison today secretary Pompeii has determined these entities meet the criteria for gross human rights violations set out in cancer we are now at the many hundred hundreds perhaps over a thousand and this look we had we had protests and a hundred cities and we saw how the regime responded the supreme leader referred to his own people as thugs options under consideration right now could stand between five thousand seven thousand US troops to the Middle East but officials stress no final decisions have been made the US trade deficit narrowed in October as imports fell faster than exports the politically sensitive trade gap with China dropped commerce department and the gap between what America sells and buys a broad dropped seven point six percent to forty seven point two billion in October imports tumbled one point seven percent on reduced purchases the foreign oil cars and auto parts the pharmaceuticals exports to on a drop in sales of soybeans and aircraft engines the deficit India trade I'm good with China narrowed by one point one percent as down fourteen point six percent so far this year the justice department unsealed charges against two Russian man in what authorities say is one of the worst computer hacking and bank fraud schemes of the past decade the men are charged in an indictment filed in federal court in Pittsburgh Maxine Jakob acts of Moscow Russia has been indicted in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania for his alleged role as the leader of a cyber criminal gang responsible for the distribution of a multi function malware package known as blue got a second co conspirator Igor Tricia have also was indicted in Pittsburgh in connection with the blue got scheme Yaqui Betts's also been charged in a criminal complaint in Lincoln Nebraska for his participation in a scheme to disseminate Zeus a similar form of malware that was likewise used to empty out the financial accounts of its victims according to the complaint the deployment of Zeus resulted in a total attempted theft of around two hundred and twenty million dollars with actual losses of an estimated seventy million dollars from victims bank accounts some of the victims in western Pennsylvania include a school district to banking institutions a number of businesses including a petroleum business a technology company a manufacturing company and the building material supply companies the methodology was similar each time in fact the business computer obtain bank account numbers and security codes and initiate electronic fund transfers to money meals overseas doctor that is a true twenty first century criminal who with the stroke of a key in the click of a mouse committed fiber crimes across the globe he's earned his place on the F. B. I.'s list of the world's most wanted cyber criminals yeah the man that I haven't been arrested their whereabouts unknown official beef up security as usual for the ceremony to remember those lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor seventy eight years ago the shooting at this week is crushed online a U. S. sailor killed two civilians wounded at the other and then turned the gun on himself at the military base Wednesday a pro armor national memorial for the event on the anniversary of the Japanese bombing that propelled the U. S. in the World War two will go on as planned on Saturday the greatest generation gathering day well Chris Darden exonerated three black man who served time in prison fifty years ago based upon the testimony of a corrupt police officer judge Ian Burnett quashed the conviction the Winston true sterling Christie and it George Graff and they're all in their late sixties they were arrested after being swept up in a purse snatching probe in nineteen seventy two the group dot the oval for there was another one served eight months in prison but not the clear their names their attorney says that it was a travesty they waited forty seven years to be exonerated I think that's an understatement take us with you wherever you go download the talks during live free mobile out more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning it is the sixth day of December we are just getting started Michael Bloomberg unveiling his gun control policy and Joe Biden's campaign overshadowed by a testy confrontation with the voter that's next right here on America's first America's first news will be right back when you have a pain in the neck a real pain in the neck back shoulder or legs you now have two convenient choices to get fast relief without.

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"ian burnett" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"ian burnett" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"His victims that was his graduation project as a fashion student. It actually launched his career and that show is very interesting inspired by the serial killer Jack the ripper. He used a human hair and blood colored blood colored paint. Immediately people either called him a breath of fresh air or a provocateur. Where do you think that that boldness came from? He was so young in experience. I think he needs to think like a lot of young creative in any creative industry. You need to make a name for yourself, so you need to eat hot. But at the same time people can read if you know, honest. And if it's no coming from the bottom of your heart. In this case, he just wanted to put theme on the catwalk didn't always at place on the guy will mention Jack the ripper of raping, you know, like island rape, and I should mention you're referring to Highland rape, which was another show that came early in Alexander mcqueen's career. Yes. So basically old theme for him. They were very important me wanted to discuss and because he used fashion to express his creativity, he had to find, you know, he didn't wanna whitewash the world e wanted to talk about genocide he wanted to talk about things, but you had to incorporate it within the fashion world. And that is not easy. And for the fashion world, they are themes that they not really keen on talking about it openly fashion is about selling clothes. Zing and beauty and inspiration and almost like unreachable goal and leave wanted to bring it back down to earth basically. Now, one of the interesting things is his background. It was very unconventional ad. Say as far as fashion goes, he didn't know the rules. He wasn't well versed in fashion history. What the other big brands were doing? Where was he pulling his inspiration from for shows like Jack the ripper was. I mean, Jack the ripper find sunny was inspired much by east background and wake him from the eastern of London. He's mother had loved for genetics, and she, she would tell him about story about his family. Any find out that potentially one of the victim from Jack the ripper had been found at in front of the house of one of his ancestors. And I think from that on each, we good him to to inspired him to actually delve into that world. So it's it's some elements like this from his only story. So it would be inspired, but certain things like this and then won't to express that on the catwalk. If you're just tuning in, I'm Elliott son in for Tom power and you're listening to q. Ian Burnett is my guest. He's one of the filmmakers behind McLean documentary that looks at the life of fashion designer. Lee Alexander McQueen through the lens of his work and the inspirations behind some of his most famous shows e and this I found very interesting. When you pitched the concept of this documentary to distributors, it was financed almost immediately three days. So people wanted to. To hear the story of leagues ended McQueen. Getting other people in the inner circle to tell the story was much more challenging. Right? It wasn't an easy process. Why is that. No, no. And I think we had and evaluated as as hard it is for people to open up about Li, I think what we didn't realize we knew had died only seven years ago when we started the project six, seven years ago. But I think we didn't realize how much people were still so emotionally touch and marked by spicing and we, we was very hurtful people to open up about a behind. And the other thing is that there was a law of sensationalistic things written about liens Verka things written about, and I think people had decided not to open up that easily. So they didn't want their word to be the words to be twisted and things to be said. Wrong thing to be said about Lee. I think that's one of the main elements are we always had to convince people is we had to let them know that are pro was very much about celebrating leeann, putting the work at the forefront. And this is, you know, I said this to a few people is very..

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"ian burnett" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"ian burnett" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Great subscribe. Now, wherever you find your favorite podcasts. If you know the name Alexander McQueen you likely associated with runways and red carpets. Lee Alexander McQueen was his full name and he was a kind of designer put on fashion shows that verged on performance art. It was just one of the ways that he pushed the boundaries of what fashion could be. His creativity landed him a job as a chief designer Jeon. She the huge French label when he was only in his twenties, and he founded his own brand which remains popular among stylists and celebrities to this day. But that's really just one snapshot of who Alexander McQueen really was a lot of people out there still wonder about the person behind all of this incredible work. Alexander McQueen died by suicide back in twenty ten when he was alive. He was known to say, if you wanna know me, look at my work, that is what director Ian Burnett set out to do in his new documentary is called McQueen. And it leads you through the different chap. Actors of the designers work as well as archival footage and rare interviews with Leila Zander mcqueen's friends and family. And as you're about to hear it allowed in nut to get to the core of Hooghly was and still look back on everything that he achieved. I think Lee when beyond fashion. So you know, in fashion, you have people that work in season or start or colors leeward in ideas and concepts. And it could get inspired by book he could get by by movie, could get inspired by icily a piece of all noughties like Rebecca horn. And so it wasn't like a clear way. You could always you every time you show an Alex MacQueen show you. You didn't know what to expect could be completely different from one season to the next. What about the man behind the art who was leagues under McQueen to you? I think was very, very unbel-, simple guy e basically, you know, painted in the media. Has bad boy of the of the British fashion world, but it was very sensitive and maybe overly sensitive, and that's why we need to to create sort of hard shelled for himself in sometime maybe look a little bit aggressive on the outside. The inside was very of gentle person. Most of the people interviewed that remember anymore what they miss the most by him, it's his sense of humour is always love the fact that he was a constant journey of of emotion with Lee may many times involved loads and loads of love. Nothing. It's very important for audiences to understand. They're creating a fashion show and the number of collection he had to create every year sometime to fourteen a year. The word was win tense. Wisconsin's constant constant relentless. So sometimes you know, he goes too much and you get tired and you and you push yourself to delimit. But at the end of the day, they they were having great. It fun making it just hearing you talk about all of this stuff makes me realize that there's so many facets to this man and his work and so many different angles. You could've taken to tell the story and make a documentary about his life. What what were you guys looking to have be at the heart of this story. We place to shows is fashion shows Lee, if you took the fashion shows from Lee Li would have stock fashion. And I think he, you know, I think the freshen show, it's almost almost started from the fashion show, and then he is by some of the election. He had to have a concept in the night yet to work from. So that's what we did. We took it to his work to his word. Any would say, if you wanna know me, look at my work and immense at the shows is shows are other by graphical. So we basically cho- chose five Mitchell's. And through that we explore more personal life is relationship is friends. Family is on issues is resting shift to freshen to is weight than the way looked. And we could delve into some of the more darker elements as the mental issues he struggled with. You talked about the film being derived from his shows and in the end. It was very interesting. You used five shows and you use them as chapters of historian chapters in your documentary. That first chapter revolves around Alexander mcqueen's first show, which was Jack the ripper stocks..

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"ian burnett" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ian burnett" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

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