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"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast
"Cruises, DOT com. By this point in the series, we're aware that Vivians neighbor Mary's love for the family has gone beyond just neighborly and into the territory of obsession as she goes through Vivian marks belongings Defy Natalie's relationship with Mary. Mary's lived next door since forever. So she's just so the part of the furniture for the family they love her and she says, I said, oh my snow invisible but just Just always been that so she doesn't think deeply about. So seeing from the perspective of Mary, that's why it's quite a good shucks to position could not houses next each other just marries obsession with them and there's relative. At, love and fondness for Mary. But really she's just she's just wanted the phone itch for them. She's a chair. a comfy chair a comfy chair. despite that obsession that hovers over married, there's also this real sense of loss and sadness about the character we learn from. Natalie in this episode that Mary had a baby boy who died and her husband left her does that loneliness explain her fixation on the family next door that she would sort of attach yourself to this family Vivian. Probably kind to marry when that happened to notice boned of. Loyal to was forged after marriage typically. And Jake been say majors to that. She lost I think she feels particular funds to J. One told the children yes. I do not mate own ripple. So I. Love the scene between Natalie and Mary. Natalie tells her that. Viviana. Mark have gotten married and she asked Mary to keep an eye on Vivian. Mary. Can I just ask you a favor? is about mom. Sure. She's in his Spain with the boyfriend. Yes. only he's not the boyfriend anymore he's now the husband. What Yep they just got married in Gibraltar. I know we feel the same. looked. You might just keep on when she gets back and boost a bit concerned. I. Would, of course. It just. Call me. Everything's not quite right. Thanks, Mary. Small seen that pulses with emotion between these two women? What was it like working with Imelda Staunton on this project? It was genuinely a really really great experience working with the Mel. Stewart's always been a fan of Hers Seen Countless Times on stage. I'm a huge fan. You know she's actually Berlin as well. Most people do she really lived up to everything I would have thought she would be as an actor, her attention to detail. She's very funny onset but incredibly focused and I too low I think just from. Just from the few scenes being being. So she the one making everyone else corpse. She is she had Russell. Tei I was really fun shoot whole thing down any sport in the Psalm and Yeah. There was a lot of loss thereabouts the thing about a mobile students now she can. She can make key. Corpse and she's really fun to be around the same time streaming professional. Brilliant. So We can get away with making enough that much. It's Mary who plants the seed in Natalie's mind about what mark's first wife died from. Is Natalie. Aware of any ulterior motives Mary might harbor were as she see her as someone who just has the families best interests at heart. She sees her a someone who has the families best interests at heart and doesn't think beyond that as I say, she's very much Mary's character America. It's allies is that she's operating sort of employment site. So aptly, no, she would never. Attribute any slide to marry. The second episode ends with Vivians new car a present for mark going up in flames just after the question of his first wife's death. This raised is this fire accident or the sign that the series is heading somewhere more malevolent. what is pretty Oh, just burst into flames isn't that spontaneous combustion? Yeah. I think it's as she said, it's a sign that we should be prepared for the series to take doc ton. Looking at the bigger themes of flesh and blood all of the characters especially, Natalie Russell with the notion of truth in the second installment what are your thoughts that the role of truth lies and self-deception play within the series? Yes though series reviews about. Truth. Anais we tell ourselves lies. We tell. Other people about who we are and specific. He would have been a family and I can't phone can recognize that there are loving family since she outside. But yet there's so many layers of secrecy feel you need to withhold parts of yourself from the people closest to you? And that's where the drama and the possibility for misunderstanding. In very broad terms what can you tease about what's coming up for Natalie in the final two episodes of flesh and blood? While the story, itself reaches a dramatic completion in episode four. And for Natalie before then I don't give anything away but she continues with this personal journey of discovery. I beyond that not much. I can say without could be into way. Let's keep watching. What role did Herod. Play in your current day career. yeah I don I tied Herod in the Nativity I Local Village School Nativity play and it was probably the greatest my career thus far I had a song tabloids saint now. I'd forgotten about actually. Yeah. That probably was the first time that lit the excitement of Sandy on stage and. I suppose in my mind was chopping but produce just my mom and. One of your breakthrough roles was as Amber Lynn in the stage production of Hillary mantles Wolf Hall, which often meant performing five and a half hour to part marathon performances. Three days a week. What was this production can how exhausting or exhilarating was it? It was a wonderful experience and that was a huge cost in these books a lot a lot of people and it was an epic journey because we did it for five months in Stratford era see and five months in London West End, and then five months on Broadway. So had long life and I'm extremely close still to to people in that play plan was. It's wonderful wonderful role and getting too much self in that period of time and Henry's books was. Wide sorts of reasons why I became an actor so it was thrilling and doing the length the plays yes it was tiring didn't places tar in the Oval Riddick's iteration Tikkun New York's three to show days. We had two days able to really enjoy being in new 'cause well. You've played a lot of life figures including the aforementioned Berlin Virginia Woolf Jacqueline Onassis. What are the challenges involved in constructing a character around a real life person?.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Between The Lines
"But first few prime ministers have been so traduced as Malcolm Turnbull. So it's no surprise that the former prime minister should seek to raise memoirs and. Try to justify. His record is prime minister so our swings at former colleagues justified. And what's his legacy? How will history judge? He's record as our nation's twenty ninth prime minister. Well let's he to views. Jacqueline Molly is a columnist. At the Sydney Morning Herald and Jennifer. Oriel is a columnist at the Australian ladies walking do between the lines since leaving and in his memoirs Turnbull has attacked many former. Liberal colleagues generally refrained from returning fire. But Tony Abbott's former chief of staff Beta crystalline has he'd back cooling tumble quote absolutely lacking character. Jecklin Miley. Who's Roddy? I'm sure that that blood thiede serve ancient and he's not going to be adjudicated by the locks. May I do think it's interesting? That pay Kremlin is sort of the unle non-politician on non publicly elected official. Who is in the the? Ma Will the autobiography as prominently as some. Spd cridland is and who we still sort of in a position where she's retaining fire and able to defend herself so I just think that's interesting that that that feud and her centrality to the Abbott Government which was extremely controversial at the time. And obviously still is yes. I mean. He's also said that she was running the country apparently during his memoirs was during the Abbot Years. And she says that this is holly personal texts they run infighting and Jennifer Auriol. What do you make of all this? Look thank Jacqueline's Russian journalists Sanjin to judge anyone's characters all also sort of thing like that. I'm making certainly say. I think that there are problems with champ. Was Treatment accredited his book and more generally one of the one of the things. This is really buying inch pretty sexist. I think depictions of Cridland said on seven thirty with CEOS that she that she dominated average he worshiped can feed her. She treated him with disdain and then he goes into speculation about her inner feelings. Socially filled up created you. You're my creation. She felt she earns yet. I mean it's it's really bizarre but it's also gossip at the lowest order. If he doesn't have anything one thing you can say about curtness that she's highly intelligent and very good policy policy making in those parliamentary procedure in politics inside out so if he wants to attack her. Hey should be something other than resorting to really personal slurs and following on from Jennifer Jacqueline. I mean all. This is in the context about of tumbles compliant. That he's colleagues betrayed him in an active medicine August twenty eighteen but didn't turn to do the same thing to tiny habit in two thousand fifteen or is it more complicated. I mean on on the face of it. No I mean this is the thing about politics. And this is the thing these arrays. Mommy get so cost about politicians complaining. In the moral universe the Timbale inhabited he was wrong against and he also on the people. And you know I think crime. Kelly asked him on the on the radio the other day because he was talking very moving lane. Berry House with about. He's on depression after the after he was ousted from the liberal party ladyship tiny fish in two thousand nine on and she said to him you know you. Didn't you think about that depression? And didn't you think about this? That had on you when you did it again to him a few years later on and he sort of he he did he did the question. I mean. I have no doubt that the the wind was very date on both his AAC and to his private also his feelings. Because you'll be felt so I tried one of the things that I find so amazing about these political stashes even years after the fact is the promotion that he's obviously still and these role men who are running the country in united supposedly rational and unemotional. Now you're an rn with me. Tom Switzer my guests at Jecklin Molly from the Sydney Morning Herald and Jennifer Oriole from the Australian. We're talking about the tumble memoirs. Now Malcolm Campbell's book is titled of a Big Picture and it's clear that the reader is meant to think he stood tall and beyond the relentless twenty four seven news cycle general determine put into practice the small l liberal visions that he had a spouse Which have explains the conservative animosity that Turnbull has generated. I think on the on the small little liberal or Walk Chamber called Progressive Side is politics shaved. He followed through with the plebiscite. Faw Gay marriage. L. say same sex marriage and that was important here to democratic mandate that and that was reflected leisure they vote and it took us out so that that was an important part of his legacy and he tried to deliver a climate policy but in the end was rolled by going to pitching too far left for the past so I think he had a lot of problems of delivering beyond that. Hey wants to scrap out of the liberal pressure. Richard Allston as a political interloper who was chasing the ultimate trophy but had very few political convictions and people should no should that about him on several occasions but it became very obvious in the late up to to the election when he was branding himself on hostesses. Champion for Wentworth. There's no mention of liberal passionate. So that kind of disregard for people who have worked very hard to a towards your success is is a problem for him and it seems to be fairly consistent. Jacqueline Onassis costs truck win over the Sydney morning? Herald's latest page on Monday. There were a lot of letters from people who generally sympathize with tumble but I felt that he had betrayed them that he didn't put into place. He's small liberal agenda. Is it fair to just blind? The right wing terrorists in the party is tumbled us. Look I think certainly when it comes to climate He's at his second attempt The National Energy Guarantee. It was a reasonably good policy. It was the compromise that we had at the time or have had scenes. It had the support of the majority of the Padron. It had the support his cabinet that was withdrawn as policy by by tangle and just trying to of course who was running it at the time because Then you that some there was a small the hot hot riots sort of prompt that was going to blow up the government. I've read 'em was going to blow up temples ladyship either at and transported coal site that anyway historical context. I'm striking a lot of ladies in history. Lbj Lyndon Johnson. He stood up to southern Democrats when you legislated Civil Rights Hawkin Katie. Of course I stood up to the library unions when I D- regulated the economy. How stood up to the gun enthusiasts in the National Party off the Port Arthur? What Malcolm Timbale have such a difficult time convincing his base about what he for was sound policy. Well I think this is where you say. The sort of massive puncturing in his popularity because people is locked the lettuce delays on the Sydney Morning Herald. Thought that he should have an and thought that someone if he statue someone here held himself out to be the sort of strong moral character that he was on a man of conviction should should've stayed them down and should have on. You have read it out the terrorists and and rash them and he wasn't able to. I think in Nice Malt hops because of the way to the late shift little side of course the election result that he had after he ousted tiny Abbott from the ladyship from the promised issue yes I think as Jennifer Brandon had called me he. He lost fourteen seats for the Liberal Party in that election. It was pretty shocking. His all he he Gabby very sign the slice of graceless h on on election night and I think he won a resounding victory lap tiny Avedis. He would've had a little bit more leverage and a little bit more power in within the potty Jennifer terminal says the coalition after having humans later it deserved lose last. May's election. How do you think Morrison Triumphs last night by winning seats in northern? Tasmania Bass Brandon Western. Sydney Lindsey Cross Queensland Herbert in the North Longman in the south these the very seats by the way that tumble lost in two thousand sixteen when he nearly lost government as Jacqueline just pointed out why did Morrison succeed in these areas. What Turnbull fouls particularly? Well Morrison pitch to what he called clashes stylings. He spoke against sort of physicians on Political Correctness. That ever almost fed up with he was portrayed as honest and pragmatic He got cut through with communication. Timbale really was lost. Not because of some sort of conspiracy of a had Russian is patchy but because he insisted.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on News Beat
"Now the coronavirus virus continues to ravage much of America, but New York still the epicenter of the crisis. The Nation appears to be passing another grim milestone each day as officials continue to try to contain the spread of the deadly virus. Last. Episode focused primarily on new. York because of it, the epicenter of the crisis now with more than seven, thousand dead Alastair was among the earliest issue. Stay at home orders for non essential workers yet. The virus continued its rampage by comparison Florida led by Republican Governor Rhonda Santa's wait until April third nearly two weeks after the Empire State to issue a similar ban back March sixteen. They Sell You A. Florida wrote to Disentis and preventive measures to protect people being housed inside the states jails in prisons. Florida has an incarceration rate that surpasses the United States as a whole and detains twice the amount of people in its jails, being held pre trial than those have conviction. On April fifth two days after people largely told to stay home, Florida reported its first inmate infections and on April. Eighth recorded its first inmate death and Broward County. Examine how the coronavirus impacting Florida's incarcerated population, our editors. And Christopher. Ski spoke with Jacqueline Onassis Staff Attorney with the Aclu of Florida the second half of the episode. You'll hear from an analyst, Estrin. Director of the National! Resource Center, on children and families of the incarcerated at Rutgers University, Camden to help us understand how bands on prison visitation amid the pandemic impacts, children and families with loved ones behind bars. Before, we start. Please consider subscribing to newsbeat to stay up to date on all things social justice, and to hear more of our continuing coverage of the coronavirus, and how it's affecting the most marginalized communities while you're at it, please leave a rating and review and shares with so many no one love. Now here's Chris shed. All right, I want to start with this so Florida. As we all know, now is among the states that delayed a stay at home order that just recently started despite the krona virus ravaging most of the country. So when did the ACLU a Florida begin calling for proactive steps to be taking inside jails and prisons, and what was the response from law, enforcement and officials throughout the state. On March sixteen, we joined a lot of Florida based organisations that advocate for the rights of individuals who are detained and imprisoned in Florida, and we sent a letter to Governor to Santa's asking for him to implement certain prevention and management plans within the Department of Corrections and the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, so that letter was sent on March sixteen. Since then we've done a few other things We just sent a letter to the palm. Beach County Sheriff and the Palm Beach County State Attorney yesterday asking for specific requests from them to help mitigate. The Kobe nineteen concerns not only to protect the community at whole, but specifically those individuals who are in custody of the sheriff, and the employees, the sheriff, and by helping those who are in the sheriff's custody and the employee. The sheriff's that in turn will help the entire community right right, so we're based in New, York, which is the epicenter of all this and one of the most notorious jails in the country's rikers island, and that already has an incredibly high infection rate. That's even surpassing the city. Itself despite New York acting much sooner than Florida. So do you know how many people inside jails and prisons in Florida specifically have been affected an average maybe? The problem is, is that the sheriff's Office in the Florida Department of Corrections are not providing all of the information in terms of how many individuals have actually been tested so to the extent of how many people have been tested. I don't even know that number because there's no information being put out overall by the sheriffs in Florida or within. The. Florida Department of Corrections about how many individuals they've tested. All they keep saying is oh. No one is tested positive in our presents. WHO ARE INMATES? The numbers that I do know and believe this is as of yesterday April second. There are two people who have been tested in Broward County jail that tests positive again. I don't know how many people have been tested overall, and how many negatives there are, but there are at least. Two people who've tested positive in Broward County jail. I think the main concern. Here is the transparency with the. Florida Department of Corrections with the local jails. Is We really need transparency? In terms of how many tests have they conducted? Do they even have the ability to do the task? I think is another question. How many tests do they have? What is the waiting period? And unfortunately there is no collective response from sheriff's. It's all scattered throughout Florida and there's probably some updates the department of corrections website, but I don't think it gives us the full picture of how many people have been tested. Are they concerned about any Ernie outstanding tests and ups the type of information? We would need to know to really get an idea of how bad it is in the jails and the prisons I think. Anyone knows the basic social distancing rules that have been pushed in knows anything about jails can understand how those two things cannot exist in the same world, not supposed to gather in groups of ten or more that is impossible in ways that the jails and the prisons are set up. You're not supposed to be within six hundred other people that obviously can't be done and jails and prisons where people are sleeping eating working hanging out being in the same place together. It's just not possible in jails in prisons, and that's the main concern in on that note a as you know Florida has nearly double. The amount of people in its jails held pre-trial, and it also has an incarceration rate outpacing. The US as a whole. So, what would you and your groups recommendations be? In terms of actions that would hopefully limit the spread inside correctional facilities. We are three concerned about the number of people who are being held in custody pretrial, presumed innocent. They've been convicted of nothing and yet they are sitting in custody in these jails, and they have a higher risk. Of Contracting Kobe nineteen, because once it gets in the jails. It is going to spread, so we have with other groups made asks of sheriffs. State attorneys. For example we think state attorneys should agree to release on. People's own were cognizance individuals who are sitting in custody simply because they cannot afford their bail, and there are people all across this state who are sitting in on one hundred dollar bails one thousand dollar bills. They're not sitting in custody because they're danger to the community, or because they've been convicted of anything, but simply because they are unable to afford their freedom, so we are asking state attorneys to agree with defense counsel. Counsel to release these individuals on their own recognizance, if they cannot afford their bail, if they are not a danger to the community or flight risk meaning, they will show up to trial I think courts in some courts are doing this I believe courts need to work to make sure bail hearings or heard as soon as possible within twenty four hours, and that anyone asking to be released from custody, who is not to be a danger community can be released even if. If, it's not honor and recognizance, but it needs to be an affordable bail amount, and you are correct. We are very concerned with the number of people who are sitting in custody pretrial. Anyone can go on the Florida Department of Corrections website and look up the statistics at how many people in our county jails their pretrial in some of the numbers are stunning for example in Palm..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Us. And we'll hear about that as well. Well right here on the Jordan Harbinger show. If you WANNA know high managed to book all these amazing people about networking and tiny habits and consistency six minute networking. It's free Jordan harbinger dot com slash. Course go check it out. By the way most of the guests on the show they subscribe to the course and the newsletter. Come join us. You'll be in great company. Okay here's Park You with Jack. Barsky I WANNA know is it not also applicable to communism in fact to me this sounds like the motto for Communism Awesome. It's too good to be true. So it's not true yeah except under communism. They won so many opportunities to be taken for a fool. You were taken for full as far as your entire way of life was concerned but there weren't any shady operators. That could come up to sell you. Something that was so special a showdown as many there were some and by the way even capitalism. You know I know people with WHO I can do. Business on handshake. For instance by publisher if this were Society I would do another book just based on a handshake but in New York City. It's not very likely that you find white people like that out in public. Who Promise you a great deal definitely not what were some of the initial differences you saw between living and capitalism in New York capitalism H. Q. Versus under communism? There must have been some things where you holy cow. I really miss this about Communist society or this is so different that that sticks out right away to be honest I did vis anything. I really didn't miss. Anything would be more of a WHO. Who Am I missed was friends not so much family friends? Mike German wife but as far as way of life there was nothing to miss. I didn't even being a chemistry. Professor is one word supermarket the variety of food that you could bet there was astounding. The other thing I missed was German food. It was quite indicative when I had my first real apartment with a little kitchen. The first meal was boiled potatoes. Man We have those despoiled potatoes and butter. Now you got a job as a bike messenger and you're making deliveries all over the city. You once made a delivery from Russian tea room to Dustin Hoffman. The Dustin Hoffman. No that he came face to face with KGB spy of course not any by the way he was not highly regarded by us. He didn't tip. I was very cheap cheap. The Russian tea room was his favorite restaurant and he wasn't a hospital. I don't know what the reason was. That's incredible that's so funny. Doesn't often multimillionaire doesn't tip got got his food delivered by the KGB. So did Jacqueline Onassis. I never got to see her but I had a carpet. Sample delivery So there was some tenuous touch coins between the KGB and so rather famous people but they didn't amount to anything and you get married in Nineteen naty actually and you have a kid with girl. Linda how do you compartmentalize your two identities at this point. Right you've got spy mode and then you've got Jack Barsky American guy with a wife a kid mode. Does that not 'cause you just ridiculous amounts of stress and so when you ask the question how I can't add to but I did. It's really odd. This is one of the things that I had to really analyze. Whether that was true which nowadays I can say with some confidence that I had manufactured annual factored adult personality to some degree not fully and that was really clear about six years into my career. Here's an agent. So every two years I would go back and spend time with Kalinda that point my son. It was great to be home with great to meet my wife. If wise still loved very much my son have driven food drink. A lot of good beer felt like home termine again and so. This is what happened happened when I went back to the United States and I usually would not arrive in New York. City usually was a different airport so as to not run into people that know me as Oh had wait a minute you come from Europe. 'cause I was traveling on a different David false passport. So let's say I would touch down in Washington. DC or in. Boston get off the plane late night here. American English will be home because I already had the start of a good life. I started a career as a program on that work for Metlife I love. I love my team. I loved what I was doing. A had become so accustomed to the American way of life. Clearly not enough to ultimately stay here. Some people misunderstood understood that because I loved the American way of life of lease nice date was Chelsea my daughter but this certainly helped to a degree because I had Americanized to a large extent already after six years. Tell us about the process of Americanization. He started working at metlife. You make friends with this guy. I Patrick Year Insurance Job essentially starts to change your ideology. Can you walk us through that how that happened as I say. The book is one of the most evil entities entities that of capitalism to us as we were told in East Germany in those days. What the insurance companies? I had no idea why they would. Zero in on insurance companies was banks insurance. The company's Wall Street these days epitome of Capitals Evil. Greedy money quarters and people played others first of all. I spent three years in college the United States and that was interesting but at that point I still didn't know what it was like to be at work as an American I got my first job in an insurance company. I like the work. I mean programming for the first time in many years my brain got engaged again. I was allowed to do logic. I was allowed to create eight and then I met so many smart people and they were all really good people. They became friends. The other thing is metlife. In those days was a mutual company knows that but in those days mutual companies were extremely paternalistic. They didn't pay that. Well but they treated you really well D- Untold Compact was. When you find employment there you have a job for life and you will retire with a Golden Watch a great pension and then between you have dot security at metlife even gave us free breakfast lunch dinner if you care to eat three times out of their kitchen so that was completely contrary to what we we were told by then about the evil of the insurance companies on top of it? You know my bosses for all nice and he and I couldn't find anybody evil eye nude sort of that. There were some and they will probably in government in the highest level of American industry but at least down at the level of the work of be. I didn't feel exploited. That was a big change in my fundamental ideology and at that point I had shifted from being an ardent communist this to sort of becoming a socialist not too far away from where Bernie Sanders is. Nowadays that's interesting so you sort of shift from this hardcore communism. Awesome to all right. Let's just make things more fair for everyone. Like you mentioned Bernie Sanders. More fair sure. Capitalism is not a bad thing because it creates. Well we just WANNA make sure so. You know it's more evenly distributed. And interestingly enough there was a street that became pretty strong in eastern European Communist. Party's was called in convergence. Theory by which capitalism and Communism was on a path to converge becomes some kind of a happy socialist kind of conglomerate and this was actually also that had infiltrated the KGB. Because one of my handlers actually volunteered that to me without me even talking about it he says. Oh by the way CONVERSI- series words at and that's Gorbachev Wow and this ultimately how the Soviet Union eventually disappeared softened softened. It became very soft in its ideology and became therefore very vulnerable to to be over with. Now you started to feel at some point like spying was actually getting in the way of your job which I thought was funny. If you have friends who work in information technology you probably know what I'm talking about us. Worker bees who operated computers and computer systems often on call twenty four seven. A desire to do a good job of my competitive spirit was was focused on doing a great job for the company that started paying me very well and that included over time weekend word late night word night calls and all that and then I had to do. There's other stuff you know and when I talk about this other stuff there was tipping point. It would not at the beginning but when I started kicking in and became a really valuable contributor. It took about two two years when I knew that I was really good and I was appreciated by my bosses. That's when my focus shifted towards doing a good job for mid life rather than the KGB. Not Be and it became a nuisance. The communication as well as surveillance detection all this kind of stuff takes a lot of time in takes phenomenal amount of time. So what we're join US talking back and forth the information that I just give you for me to actually hand that amount of inflammation to the Russians. I would have to write it down. Take a picture. Put an undeveloped film into a container. Ask for a dead drop operation. Make sure that I'm not being followed. Dropped his thing some place and wait great to see that the person actually picked it off and as a sign some place that they picked it up the whole operation end-to-end not real time but end to end would take a are we to all kinds of activity in between that interfered with my real job so to speak so funny sitting there doing the insurance thing programming something something that you thought would be a aside cover and now they're saying hey we need a full report and he thinking these guys what a pain. It's so funny they're communicating with you. On the shortwave. By the way they're communicating with you. On the shortwave radio. Right how is it done. What are they saying? Because they're obviously not saying. Hey come in Jack. Barsky spy for the Soviet Union. What are you listening for on this radio? If you watch the Americans Americans. I saw this one scene where they were actually listen.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"HBO documentary deadline artists, wrestling and Tamil. Tabloid columnists who for decades where the scribes of and four working class New York. Breslin died in two thousand seventeen Hamill is still writing, but the newspaper world, they populated is all but vanished journalist and author Jonathan alter co directed and co produced the documentary with Steve McCarthy and John block, John alter welcome to on the media. Thanks, bob. Good to be here. Breslin and ham over giants. But they were giants mainly of the last century and mainly of New York City for the benefit of younger generations, and those of our listeners beyond the five boroughs who are these guys every community in the United States had a local newspaper columnist who was basically a Jimmy breslin wanna be. That's how big breslin was Pete Hamill was not as famous as Jimmy breath. Zlin, but he was a sort of dashing figure he was dating the most famous woman in the world, Jacqueline Onassis and a top movie star Shirley MacLaine at the same time. Neither of these guys finished college. They both came from the streets, and they reported on the streets. What's remarkable about these two? And I guess, you know, this better than anybody is that there were larger than life at almost exactly the same way they were pug nationless creatures of the street pounding out columns for the tabloids. In fact, here's one of the star. Journalists you interviewed for the film. I mean in the early days of journalism, you didn't have an Ivy league degree, and you never made a particularly good salary. You were much more launch Shirley of the street. Then you were when the whole thing became a profession that voice sounds familiar. Here's Pete Hamill expressed a similar thought once.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Documentary deadline artists breslin Hamel tabloid columnists who for decades where the scribes of. And four working class New York breslin died in two thousand seventeen Hamill is still writing, but the newspaper world, they populated is all but vanished journalist and author Jonathan alter co directed and co produced the documentary with Steve McCarthy and John block, John alter welcome to on the media. Thanks, bob. Good to be here. Breslin and ham over giants. But they were giants mainly of the last century and mainly of New York City for the benefit of younger generations, and those of our listeners beyond the five boroughs who are these guys every community in the United States had a local newspaper columnist who was basically a Jimmy breslin wannabe. That's how big breslin was. Hamel was not as famous as Jimmy breslin. But he was a sort of dashing figure he was dating the most famous woman in the world, Jacqueline Onassis and a top movie star Shirley MacLaine at the same time. Neither of these guys finished college. They both came from the streets, and they reported on the streets. What's remarkable about these two? And I guess, you know, this better than anybody is that there were larger than life at almost exactly the same way, they were creatures of the street pounding out columns for the tabloids. In fact, here's one of the star. Journalists you interviewed for the film early greedy days of journalism. You didn't have an Ivy league degree and you never made a particularly good salary. You were much more launch really of the street. Then you were. When the whole thing became, a profession that voice sounds familiar. Here's how Pete Hamill expressed a similar thought.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Deadline artists breslin and to Hamel tabloid columnists who for decades where the scribes of and four working class New York. Breslin died in two thousand seventeen Hamill is still writing, but the newspaper world, they populated is all but vanished journalist and author Jonathan alter co directed and co produced the documentary with Steve McCarthy and John. Block John alter welcome to on the media. Thanks, bob. Good to be here. Breslin and Hammo were giants. But they were giants mainly of the last century and mainly of New York City for the benefit of younger generations, and those of our listeners beyond the five boroughs who are these guys every community in the United States had a local newspaper columnist who was basically a Jimmy breslin be. That's how big breslin was. Hamel was not as famous as Jimmy breslin. But he was a sort of dashing figure he was dating the most famous woman in the world, Jacqueline Onassis and a top movie star Shirley MacLaine at the same time. Neither of these guys finished college. They both came from the streets, and they reported on the streets. What's remarkable about these two? And I guess, you know, this better than anybody is that there were larger than life at almost exactly the same way they were pug nationless creatures of the street pounding out columns for the tabloids. In fact, here's one of the star. Journalists you interviewed for the film. I mean in the early days of journalism, you didn't have an Ivy league degree, and you never made a particularly good salary. You were much more naturally of the street. Then you were. When the whole thing became, a profession that voice sounds familiar. Here's Pete Hamill expressed a similar thought.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Deadline artists wrestling and to Hamel tabloid columnists who for decades where the scribes of and four. For working class, New York. Breslin died in two thousand seventeen Hamill is still writing, but the newspaper world, they populated is all but vanished journalist and author Jonathan alter co directed and co produced the documentary with Steve McCarthy and John block, John alter welcome to on the media. Thanks, bob. Good to be here. Breslin and Hammo were giants. But they were giants mainly of the last century and mainly of New York City for the benefit of younger generations, and those of our listeners beyond the five boroughs who are these guys every community in the United States had a local newspaper columnist who was basically a Jimmy breslin wanna be. That's how big breslin was p Hamill was not as famous as Jimmy breslin. But he was a sort of dashing figure. He was dating. The most famous woman in the world, Jacqueline Onassis and a top movie star Shirley MacLaine at the same time. Neither of these guys finished college. They both came from the streets, and they reported on the streets. What's remarkable about these two? And I guess, you know, this better than anybody is that there were larger than life at almost exactly the same way they were pug nationless creatures of the street pounding out columns for the tabloids. In fact, here's one of the star. Journalists you interviewed for the film early gritty days of journalism. You didn't have an Ivy league degree and you never made a particularly good salary. You were much more naturally of the street. Then you were when the whole thing became a profession that voice sounds familiar. Here's Pete Hamill expressed a similar thought.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Documentary deadline artists breslin and Hamel tabloid columnists who for decades where the scribes of and four working class New York. Breslin died in two thousand seventeen Hamill is still writing, but the newspaper world, they populated is all but vanished journalist and author Jonathan alter co directed and co produced the documentary with Steve McCarthy and John block, John alter welcome to on the media. Thanks, bob. Good to be here. Breslin and Hammo were giants. But they were giants mainly of the last century and mainly of New York City for the benefit of younger generations, and those of our listeners beyond the five boroughs who are these guys every community in the United States had a local newspaper columnist who was basically a Jimmy breslin. Wanna be? That's how big breslin was Pete Hamill was not as famous as Jimmy breslin. But he was a sort of dashing figure he was dating the most famous woman in the world, Jacqueline Onassis and a top movie star Shirley MacLaine at the same time. Neither of these guys finished college. They both came from the streets, and they reported on the streets. What's remarkable about these two? And I guess, you know, this better than anybody is that there were larger than life at almost exactly the same way, they were pugnacious creatures of the street pounding out columns for the tabloids. In fact, here's one of the star. Journalists you interviewed for the film the early gritty days of journalism. You didn't have an Ivy league degree and you never made a particularly good salary. You. Were much more naturally of the street. Then you were when the whole thing became a profession that voice sounds familiar. Here's Pete Hamill expressed a similar thought once.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"And living in that house affects you when you see them, you wrote a book and a lot of it includes some of your childhood and your marriage, and everything, you know, your both your marriages, and you think your book only goes up through your first marriage. But the idea being that, you know, what do you leave in what you leave out? Well, you know, this is very important when I first got asked to write my memoir was in nineteen eighty six, and I was and I was called on the phone by Jacqueline Onassis, and she said Carly Carleen, you would make a wonderful writer of a memoir. And so that's how I started. I, and I wrote about sixty pages at that point in realizing that I was leaving out the very nucleus of the story, which was about my parents and their marriage and the the thing that happened to their marriage, which was that which. Was the great divide of having my brother's tutor come to live with us. And he and my mother fell in love, and that was a separate relationship which existed in the same house that he lived in with my father and us, and and all and all the kids so trying to leave that out was almost impossible when that formed the very essence of me that I was trying how about in the first place everything was ally. Everything that I saw as the truth. I was denied the veracity of. And so when I said, we'll mom and dad are still in love aren't they to my older sisters that say, yes, they are very much in love. And then I would ask mother and father. You know, you you don't ever kiss? Can I see you kiss and my father would bend? My mother down in the actress kind of. Bogus kiss. And and it looked strange to me. There was something very often about it. But I was supposed to believe that they were in love performed for you. Yes. To mollify you once and then she was off with the what was what was the name Ronnie, Ronnie from Ronnie was a teacher or he was going to teaching school at Columbia at at the time. He was nineteen and she was forty two. Where was he from Ronnie who sin Pittsburgh? Mommy from Pittsburgh. Yeah. And they were in they were in love for many years, it it it killed my father a combination of that relationship that she had with Ronnie, and the fact of his relationship at Simon and Schuster where he he started to do things in in a way that the accountant who they had brought on board in the company. This guy named Leon Schuster didn't want him to do. And so therefore my father. At the same time as as he became sort of sick with grief over his relationship with my mother, he got more and more out of the loop Simon and Schuster, and they sort of tried to move him up or out of the mainstream with max and Leon and and that kind of killed him off further, and then he drank too much too much. He ate too much ice cream and smoke too many cigarettes and that made him ill. And so it was a perfect storm. And he got any died at the age of sixty. Signed for people who don't know the Simon Schuster was your father. Families twenty four he met max Schuster his old college friend from Columbia. They met they were both selling pianos at Stein way. I guess it Steinman son. And they said, let's let's go out to lunch, and let's let's go into business together. All what should we do? What about books, and so they made a little sign which they put on the office the office space that they'd rented saying Simon and Schuster publisher what books and the first book that they published was the crossword puzzle book, which made them a fortune, and in which started them off with great footing with good footing. Great speed opportunities to lower and they were the very center of of the publishing world yorker. Yes. Yes. Your mother where she from. My mother was from Germantown Pennsylvania her mother, she was Cuban and came to the United States on a banana. Boat. She was Cuban, but she was from Africa. But her grandmother spent some time in Cuba. I have the whole lineup part black or you park Cuban or both. I'm fifteen percent black. Really? Yeah. She's an African Africa. Yes. Maternal grandmother. Yes. And she was African and went to Cuba. That's right. That's right..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"But she was also in a frenzy just simply as if they were rebuttals tweeting more of her outfits that are for sale on posh Mark is that her skinny girl literally like something that's her career. Something would happen in shape you like free people, lace blouse sale for eighty dollars again, you, she does not seem to be and we will get into it. But if anyone knows if these are indeed for charity because I'm starting to think they're not. Well, Bethany told her to get an. Career get a hobby and it looks like she's like, yeah, I'm selling my used clothes off this dirty couch. Cadres grabs little lace romper Robert o. today Ron hours ago it says she's written white lace, super low. Cut romper with bell sleeves. Now we know it's got bills leaves. Yeah, it's very people where the fingerless gloves, size small. Oh, the price has been reduced alert John from one hundred fifty dollars to eighty. Wow, thanks, thanks, Carol. I mean I know. I think we kept this in the episode but maybe not because it was on a slide show, but in the tour we did have to alert everyone that she was selling a new sonicare. Toothbrush was tough. I mean, someone could just go to the store and buy one. I don't think she was even discounting it by my church. Oh, God, people writing comments. Someone wrote this is for sale for ninety or not. One only know what that means, but Brunello could Kuch Anneli wool pants aches. Okay. Guys. Sorry, I just had to get into it was it's a weird place where Carol has gone, not where Lee Radziwill expected. I told ruin the text me last night and it was upsetting guys like carols will come on a hinge Lee Radziwill even though she's dead wouldn't. Like I said, she's rolling in her grave. And then we had to see again, she's alive. I said, even worse that she has to live to see this. It's just hard that you can't wrap your head around a woman's dead or alive. Well, look, we are the same people. We not me who thought the Twitter account for her was real and that it wasn't fake. So both of us have made mis. We have a lot of confusion is writing Lee Radziwill. Now, speaking of some fan, a couple fans sent you and I a photo and this was one of the best moments of my life other than my son's preschool orientation, which I wept through because they care so much about childhood early childhood that I kept crying and David said, please stop crying. It's a two hour orientation. Mike journal was dammed and I was the only one taking notes you taking notes. Yeah. Was anyway, all of us is to say that someone sent us picture. Yes, sometimes picture of MS Jacqueline. Onassis Kennedy. Next to Lee Radziwill. Yes, outlook I would never say this myself ever ever but gotta say they did a by side. It's you and me just are the sisters, the booby a sister, don't you to say we're the great gardens version because there's a photo. I mean there was I looked like Jackie, you looked likely, it's proof. We, there's no denying the look was I being caught it a very specific angle at a at Volterra. I yeah was, did I look probably the best I've ever looked and was made up by hair and makeup professionals, Schroer of side braid like tamra? Yes. None of this is to say that we we, there was resembling it wasn't just resemblance. It was like their souls leaping off the leaping from the photo. Yeah, we are them. They're us. Thanks. Fignon what's going on with you? Well, this vacations been good. My daughter started school. I just want her flirt for the first time and it was odd because the west with an older gentle. So I don't know where this is going, but we're at a pool and there was like a sixteen year old guy lifeguard. I mean, could have chosen worse, but and she saw all these preteen girls like I would say like thirteen fourteen excuse me year old girls and they were standing around him kind of flirting so Sydney, the way this, if she sees a group of people sort of gathered, she feels that she belongs. And so she wanders over to them and the little girls, the girls little girls. Thirteen were like to lifeguard you flirting and saying like, so we're going to high school any answers. My daughter goes, we're shoot a preschool..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Knew i mean i it seems to me he's an iconic figure today and in that sense this get the credit he deserves to be what was saint patrick's cathedral days later it was actually amazing it was it was mob it was very very hot and my job that day was to rotate every fifteen minutes that people who stood around the casket of bobby kennedy and i'll never forget it because it was so stultifying a hot and and prince grads you will who is married to jacqueline onassis sister he came and he stood at the casket and a beautiful light blue shirt and suit and hair immaculee calm and within fifteen minutes here dissolved into sweat and and then we all left the church is a very moving teddy kennedy gave a wonderful speech we got on the train and went to washington and as you sped by people on the train sitting there people were just lined up thousands of people all the way down washington on on the train beside the train tracks so moving there ken oletta strangely i remember that day because my mother and father took me as a young seven year old to stay in front of saint patrick's cathedral on that saturday and i remember hearing through the doors andy williams seeing the battle hymn of the republic and i'm wondering if you could just describe what that spring was like because martin luther king had just been assassinated in april bobby kennedy had only decided to run i believe it was in march and this the assassination of bobby kennedy the ambassador hotel los angeles was coming in the very late evening early morning of june june the fifth what was it like that spring all of this is the vietnam war and and the anger among the populace not just the martin luther king assassinated and then of course robert kennedy being assassinated but this feeling that the country was being assassinated by this war where eventually over fifty thousand americans lost their lives in needless war and people were protesting and people were angry so angry at president lyndon johnson that he was he was compelled to step down and say i will not run for reelection so angry that they they allowed richard nixon to win election over you humphry angry with you free for supporting johnson so it was it was.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
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"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The show is this on this show he he is inspecting the decoration including this larger than life model of himself native twenty thousand pom poms black friend go yes he'll very big in relation to this house i i don't even follow allow bo is dig in relation to the house gingerbread house that was a flash to barbu wall we didn't have the harp's james think was that that it's a flashback sound this very obama christmas which was one of the many specials oper did one brian williams did one barbara walters we want to remind people of the adulation and spirit of celebration sure they're very being just showing up and loading dock at her arms look at what's your arm workout can you tell us what you do look so good how do you agree people barbara walters as it when when they come how do you agree leader well you know me uh uh and barb oh or jiho goal barbara borrow arm we have james's keep playing the sound my friend we didn't need these is a reason for this matters now this three hundred pound gingerbread white house was the first stop on my exclusively behind the scenes to with first lady michelle obama these various rose in the actual white house absolutely and the details in these rooms are just it leon this year unless har also the best part the hugs and everything meanwhile meanwhile the reason we mentioned three breath she talk all is deified every breath at michelle took she was the be all and end all as palasannio said tacky he said she was black jacqueline onassis james find the sound bite it was one of the funniest soundbites we've ever boy she said she's a check of our you know we said that it was all of the that i remember hearing it many times rain laughing it was uh uh for the new camera it was the new camelot it was the new camelot remoted will now vanity fair has written a very gnashing spartans cutting piece it's called maloney of trump kicks off her first white house smash christmas trees ballet dancers by kinsey bryant whomever that is this holiday season malania trump vanity fair rights stars in what is either the.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on WCTC
"After thanksgiving logged eighty vibe tears from nearly forty stinks descend on the white house terming fifty four trees plus every nook and cranny who first on the show is this talent yang he is inspecting the decorations including this larger than life model of himself native 20000 pom poms ex friend bo yes very big in relation to this house i i don't even followed now bows dig in relation to the house gingerbread house that was a flashback to barbara walters are we didn't have the harp's james it was that that it's a flashback sound this very obama christmas which was one of the many specials oprah did one brian williams did want barbara walters we want to remind people of the adulation and spirit of celebration not sure they're very being just showing up and loading look at her arms look at what's your arm workout can you tell us what you do look so good how do you greek people barbara walters as it when when they come how do you agree chick well you know me a hug embark o r g hug goal barbara roundworm so we have given james's key plan to sound my friend we do need because there's a reason for this mad as now this three hundred pound gingerbread white house also first stop mike exclusive behind the scenes to with first lady michelle obama these various rose in the actual white house absolutely and the details in these rooms are just beyond this year unless par par it went on a did the hugs and everything meanwhile meanwhile the reason we mentioned every breath she talk was deified every breath them shelter she was the be all and end all as paulo zahn said jackie she said she was black jacqueline onassis james find the soundbite it was one of the funniest sound we've ever blake she said she has moved jackie o r you'd no word that it was all of the that i i remember hearing it many times nuri laughing it was they were the new camera it was the new camelot it was the new camelot reward will now vanity fair has written a very nourishing spartans cutting peace it's called maloney of trump kicks off her first white house christmas christmas trees that late by kinsey bryant whomever that is this holiday season malania trump vanity fair rights stars in what is either the official unveiling of the white house declarations or a seasonable advertisement for j crew.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"The british there was an actually a at agent in the united states they've beckwith and he was discussing thing with the british of and he eluded that he had had some conversations but no one ever do the extent of those conversations ah at the time and so uh it was later on it wasn't until much later that that this information actually came out uh and so hamilton was operating very clandestinely behind the wow we're speaking with dr brian mcclanahan he's the author and co author of six books including this latest book how alexander hamilton screwed up america he's also written for the daily caller liu rockwell well town hall and on and on tunnel magazine fusion magazine cetera uh very wellknown doctor here dr mcclenny had appreciate explaining about your new book sexy sounds really fascinating i had no idea alexander hamilton was like that and i don't know if they they teaches in schools do they well no not really and of course you know hamilton as a member of the founding generation and i wrote about him in politically incorrect got the founding father them so we have a lot of things to admire about hamilton i can't say the thorpe hamilton is not complete a complete a pariah uh you know in terms of his ragstoriches story pulling up stuff up ice bootstraps that type of thing there is an interesting howling story about alexander hamilton open you look at what he was doing the constitution that's really where he creates issues four of the federal republic movement gordon again for the constitution and so uh again as as constitutional conservatives we should be we should hold these people accountable that uh that did so much damage to that original document even one that you supported and seventeen s dr martin bryant mcclanahan off there are of the book how alexander hamilton screwed up american find out and amazon and other places as well dr thank you so much for joining me and turning to the usa the merely hotel was a playboy mansion for miami that brought druglords killers and see a affiliates together with jacqueline onassis led zeppelin in miami dolphins players hotel scarface where cocaine cowboys party them plotted to control miami is a new book out by robin farzat he joins us today on turning to the.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Who would be honest with anything i really didn't miss anything enough the would be more of who who i miss was trends not so much family friends and might german wife but it's for his way of life the was nothing to miss i didn't even via chemistry professor this one word supermarket the variety of food that you could death there was this astounding the other thing i missed was some drubbing food and was quite indicative when i had my first real apartment with a little kitchen the first meal at a was boiled potatoes man we have the boil potatoes and butter now you've got a job as a bike messenger and you're making deliveries all over the city he wants made a delivery from russian tv room to dustin hoffman does dustin hoffman know that he came face to face with a kgb spy course not an by the way he was not with highly regarded by us he didn't of was buried cheaper the russian t room was his favorite restaurant and he wasn't hospital i don't know what the reason was that's a credible that so funny doesn't often multimillionaire doesn't tip got his food delivered by the kgb so did jacqueline onassis i never got to see her but i had a carpet sample dilute reef or so there were some tenuous touch coins between the kgb and so rather famous people within the military the end you get married in 1980 actually any have a kid with girl linda how do you compartmentalize your to identities at this point right you've got spy mode and then you've got jack bar ski american guy with a wife in a kid mode does that not 'cause you just ridiculous amounts of stress.