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Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe | KOMO
CBS, Ileana Douglas Douglas and Les Moonves discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
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Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Resigns Amid Sexual Abuse Scandal
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Who is Illeana Douglas, the actress who accused CBS executive Les Moonves of sexual misconduct?
Aired 1 year ago 17:12
Illeana Douglas Steps Forward
The day after The New Yorker published Ronan Farrowâ€™s exposÃ© about Harvey Weinstein, Farrow got a phone call from the actress and screenwriter Illeana Douglas. She wanted to talk about Leslie Moonves, who was then the head of CBS and one of the most powerful men in the media industry. Douglas went on the record in a story by Farrow, describing an assault by Moonves in the nineteen-nineties and the repercussions to her career after she refused him. â€œI got warnings about the casting couch, but I didnâ€™t perceive this as the casting couch,â€ Douglas tells David Remnick. Â Moonves â€œwas a man who I admired, and respected, and who had gained my trust. And now he was on top of me.â€ On September 9th, The New Yorker published a follow-up story by Farrow, describing new accusations. Three hours later, Moonves stepped down from his position at CBS. He has not, however, admitted any wrongdoing and has denied engaging in any non-consensual sex or any form of retaliation.
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Illeana Douglas and Grae Drake
Grae Drake (Senior Editor - ROTTEN TOMATOES) returns to talk with Illeanna Douglas (STIR OF ECHOS, GOODFELLAS), about everything from the â€œCrazy Bitchâ€ trope to unlocking psychic abilities.
Aired 10 months ago 30:29
Rescue: Stories about taking care of others
This week, we're presenting stories about times when science comes to the rescue â€” or not, as the case may be. Part 1: When science writer Kate Sheridan falls in love with a man who suffers from paralyzing headaches, her background in neuroscience helps her get to the bottom of it. Part 2: Math teacher Giselle George-Gilkes is on a trip with her students when she receives terrible news from home.Kate Sheridan is a science writer based in Boston, where she lives with a remarkably fluffy cat. Her writingâ€”much of which has to do with the flu, gene therapies, and other health-related stuffâ€”has appeared in Newsweek, STAT, and the Montreal Gazette. She graduated from McGill University with a bachelorâ€™s degree in cognitive science in 2014.Giselle George-Gilkes is originally from the Nature Island of the Caribbean, Dominica. Sheâ€™s been the 8th grade Math teacher, at East Side Community High School, since 2005. She graduated from Brooklyn College with a BS in Mathematics and from NYU with an MA in Mathematics Education. She loves mathematics and tries her best to help each student who walks through my door, either fall in love with it or gain a deeper appreciation of it. She is currently in her third fellowship as a Math for America Master Teacher, where she gets to work with an amazing group of educators, from whom she has learned a lot as she's grown as an educator.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices