17 Burst results for "James Dyer"

"james dyer" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"james dyer" Discussed on Epicenter

"Years. Yeah is he is still pink formula anyway so I think that is to say that you know we're seeing these new patterns. We saying like a used van recover that case and over time I think the more and more people work in this space people use his ten. We see these best practices emerge and from our side. I think implementing these patents starts with boring. It sounds as good documentation. That's good examples of what to follow yen in terms of these these recovery patterns and the patterns that are more novel to be out to follow the practices. That steal out has been. It's been great and you shouldn't example this too when we when we created the while recovery module for a. We did this from two fronts one. Is We start with user research and we put we got paper testing. We put different options people and we saw where they succeeded in where they failed and these are mainstream users started with not with kind of crypto savvy. People and we found was that a six digit pin was the maximum that someone was able to remember again and again and again and so you know obviously writing down. Twelve words would be more optimal but most people don't won't do it. You obviously can't remember twelve words and but six digits was on the that ever people remembered every single time and so we then went to our security experts and said okay. We need to find a way to enable a six digit waller recovery from smart contract to be part of our wallets decay. So we start with the experience and then we reverse engineered back to the technology and appeared out a way to make a six digit. Pin Recovery From Star contract now we also tested which you mentioned social recovery and it failed miserably right and so it's one of these concepts where I think a lot of us crypto nerds like we think. Oh It'd be great you through your friends to help you recover from summer contract. Your friends don't want to help you do that. And you don't want either with most people they actually don't they. Don't get it it's not. It's not a viable solution. And so it's it's okay the fact that security standpoint it would work but doesn't mean people are going to do it so we focus on things if you've action. Us interesting. How do you overcome the challenges? I guess that are linked specifically with regards to the decrypt token. How do you overcome the challenges of civil attacks with? I don't WanNa say it's harder on people but people you need to have a twitter account. You need an APP. It's but you know with with a web browser it's maybe easier to automate identity creations and getting people to sort of like to begin with where launching on APP security is obviously significantly. Easier on an APP is much more easy to explode on the web. Look into Fab and expand into the web later. First and foremost we're releasing the tap where we're introducing these tokens and our seasons. I think when we're looking from a token design point of view we're looking at all these different actions and incentivizing these actions. You GotTa fit the coin and be like okay. What's a malicious user? Can actually do here to try and exploit this so off with confirming that Users read an article are kind of mechanic that to prevent someone doing some kind of ball. That's going to be reading thousands of articles a day and absolutely destroying. I'll take him as A. That's a we sense. Daily cap on the number of Tokens Redick in us. And we also attach a sensible kind of reading speed to articles so someone is really quite reader. Words words per minute a timeout. So that's just an example of how we're thinking about preventing abuse on that particular action but the same applies to shaving. I'm being able to validate that. I think you know there's there's simple things you can do to guard against these kind of militia actors is the best thing is about. They're also you. You'll think the with everything and then just watch the users and fill the holes in them and it's like it's okay. These apps right now are not completely decentralized from the redemption standpoint and so as I said the user has a self custody while it's a spark contract wallet. They own their own keys. We can't take money from them but we do play a role right now when the cash out and so there's always this kind of safety net that well if someone goes to cash out and you saw that they were malicious actor. We don't have to basically on the cash out in that. In that instance now they did something that was our mistake. That allowed them to you. Know to accumulate. Lots of tokens that we should let let 'em keep Aaron. What's the future? What does the future of a media and Tokens looked like this? This is a question that I've carried with me for the last six over six years of doing a podcast is one of the new models. Looked like and were whereas this space gonNa go and I think there's been a lot of experimentation. I mean even even in the early days of epicenter area we're part of the network and And there were some early early experimentation there even before ethereal on counterparty with the token other platforms. Have done this like steam it and okay. Let's not talking about the whole air but You know what's what's the future here. And where are we going to see the most innovation come from my perspective on this that were at the very beginning days of injecting the Internet of money into AP applications websites and enabling all sorts of business models? That are going to be aided by the pack. Anything that you can do any where you can transfer a piece of data or API call or any kind of action. A user can take online whether it's a five star review. Hi Five and Emoji. Whatever might be could have value attached to it and that can have impact on consumer experiences but also on business models and it can start to create new models of how individuals can monetize their data their content etcetera and. I think it's GonNa be. It's GonNa take longer a I. I think people wish to materialize when it does people like Whoa. Where did that come from? It's huge it's everywhere and I think we're at right now is like we're at least up to bat rights of like the six months ago was like this ever happened at least now. We're in the game right and I think now that we're in the game. We're going to start to see some things moving pretty fast. You think about defies an example like a year. No one was talking defy. Suddenly it's everywhere and we're at the beginnings of these kernels of like Internet of value percolating across and it's going to be one of the next the next up all of a sudden you're like well like someone will create the next snapchat or instagram. Or something maybe one of next media site or wherever my be that'll be completely token powered and people like a whole new business models and been invented here. I think it's a vague question. I think wish any the answer. The answer that one I think ultimately all of these businesses largely shaped by the business models that emerged. We've seen that star. The Internet and media companies being completely upended. We've seen that with the rise of social media. I'm personally keeping my eye on this and I'm really excited to what Jason's alluding to and if this kind of lucid business model emerges from web three. I think people are aware that you know this me a different tool kit now where we can start. You know building a new business model but why come back to is just the notion of these web three tools being programmable trust and that's you know being able to design good incentives between between different groups and you know hopefully a system which is there's more equanimity between between the parties to. I don't know but I'm excited to find out well. I'm I'm really looking forward to to seeing where this goes and I'll be following it very closely because it's it's a topic that's very very near to me and I'm really interested in seeing so the progression with epicenter this could also be perhaps an area of experimentation and who knows we could most certainly burn snowed some more over beers or something. Thanks for being on the PODCAST. Thank you so much. Appreciate it thanks..

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred and I have to say the year in case people who are listening listening to this show things and old episode okay so they know it's a brand new episode and they know that much simply recycling an old script from a previous year now as our Prime Minister David Cameron said this week. I can't do it alone. Which is why we're all confident that the country will will choose to stay in the EU and the upcoming referendum now I don't know much about politics by referendum but can't see anyone being stupid enough to leave the EU? Maybe what would we even call that that British exit. What would it be? We had to come up with some weird name for it but obviously that's not going to happen but I do agree with David Cameron and that I can't do this alone so I'm delighted to be joined by three ignored. The extra chair three colleagues of such lethal cunning tonight's first up is our queen a woman who's a a big fan of musical theatre particularly looking forward to checking out this new musical lin-manuel Miranda's Hamilton where she goes to New York later in the EARP. Please welcome. Are you sure you've got the right scraped. I just absolutely this is a brand new script road this afternoon. It didn't just copy and paste. I just went into my brain pulled. It out wrote a new script. It just feels that some of your references or just was just scoot. Just two teams a bit out of date. Donald you mean Helen. This is all off the cuff next up on the show you please welcome our film fact fiend a a young man with hair as big as his future is bright. Key is one half of the soon to be award winning comedy. What fucking can idiots on? I've got a sneaking suspicion that he's going destined for bigger and better things who knows perhaps on national radio you please welcome alley. Chris Chris McCarron more is is builder. Note haven't filled doesn't work. You're either nixed mixed up. James Dyer is here which is nice the last but not least is a woman who is a constant inspiration to me and to everyone at empire because she took a beating last week and said I am a constant inspiration to you and to everyone at empire she is a beacon of hope not just for us. Not just for magazines means the world in general you please welcome the editor in Chief of Empire Kerri Walsh. The the can't believe script unbelievable how are you you're allowed to say something enough to these guys are ready. We're all very intimately acquainted. How are you we're good? I think we better small talk. I'm kind of curious about this. If I'm honest with you but that's okay ignore the empty chair ignore the same time. Let your I be drawn John Towards it. Who or what will fill empty chair later on task ask hey crimes against accent sorta hate crime but that's my own accent anyway because this this is a live show? We're going to do things a little differently..

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Who's obsessed with Winchester nipples love wine is this happening happening this entire conversation because salsa Winchester, I recommended HP sauce to an international journalists. And I said, it's great is the best thing ever. It's the best ever. I think I made a tactical air. Hang on a second. I should probably introduced so speaking for the first time this podcast. Joined by our west wing specialist. James Dyer Hallo James, welcome to the podcast. Now, you may speak. Thanks. So how did you describe HP source to source new? Well, I said, disgracing ever, it's tiny but a slightly spicy, and it transforms anything and he was like, can you have with salad? I was. No, I don't think you can you can you can have. You can have student, you should you should mall things you wouldn't slathered on his microphone and have ago, absolately would it's not mom is completely Vesta. Myself. First time. He can drink mama. You can eat mama, you can smear it on things you can spoon out the jaw. It's genius, and HP sauce. I will have this almost no food, the could not be significantly improved with dollops of HP, Philly, I felt genuine quite sake right now because I'm I'm having real trouble with the image of hatred sauce over these microphones. It's really disturbing. Dunno signed catch up catch up, his so insipid compared to the glory of Brown sauce. Maybe some of us like fitness, do catch is fine on burgers, and enhances, I will have a catch up with a non does. But I will ask H. HP sauce, with everything will not do offer HPCL's. But anyway, I was at a junket and for once disapprove, the curtain..

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeah. I wondering if it's partly because the other significant relationship, he's and fury. Which was like, but they like what he may. Right. And you had that which was lied to me. But that will still intimacy and emotion the and then kind of those relationships almost compete said a little bit. And I don't if thought led to I of a kind of cutting back the relationship with Maria because she did have to balance those two because he was so important kind of narrative today, and she was importing emotionally. And I felt the tension maybe between those two relationships which want because you kind of want to anchor the film, or at least I wanted to the film and the one I went into the film expecting to anchor. The film was the one with Maria. Remember you talking about how it was gonna be. Movie surprise Maria doesn't really appear for the first hour of the film. She peers in kind of memory flashback, but I wonder if the structure that ultimately Boden and Fleck settled on which is really interesting structures, like a puzzle book structure, where you're trying to figure out this mystery along with the league cadres, well, one of my favorite scenes in the movie is the memory seem where the scrolls are delve into her memories and his rewinding plane and Annette Benning entering left of frame, then writer frame Carl's getting confused and Ben Mendelsohn Acton as the audience enough points. What's going on here? What's what's Kabbadi? Well, going on this has been blahdy confusing. My flaming go on is is what he says direct line from the movie what I'm Yes, -solutely. absolutely inundated was the bit didn't work for me. Because what you're saying the sign. Posting was so heavy handed into like back. What was that? What did it? He loved stylistically love that bear. I really really loved with pointed that kind of wasn't more. However, they use the flashbacks going forward. I was expecting it to repay a lot of those kind of jumps back in time. His again like I've gotten against people with Australian accent. His voice coming. I showing those emotional kept taking me out with the Muslim. I had this argument off Mike with James Dyer the other day because he thinks it's a Pauling that the scrolls or potatoes, essentially has a straight and everyone else seems to have American accents, wasn't whatever. But who's to say that that's not what scroll sound like they're fictional for the love of going..

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"On the ball guest is week. Do you want to hear Johnny Brooker talking about boundaries notch press one for? Yes. I'm press to also for yes. Because he Joyce. You're listening to Charlie Brooker about snatch. It was auto Lottie baffling. We're not kidding, man. We speak to destroy star and all round Hollywood legend, Nicole Kidman. She finds out exclusively. The James Dyer is an idiot who is easy dreadful all out of more in the movie podcast. It's been overlooked for an Oscar yet again on as they it's almost as if they don't have academy for best podcast, we'd be shoe ins humans. I'm Kristie and welcome to the podcast this week. I'm joined by not one not two not three colleagues of such lethal. No at Isra. I can't count one two three three leagues such lethal coming first up. We have our geek Queen a resident super Hamilton natural expert. It is Helena harra. Our you that is a crossover that I would watch. Yes. Hello limb. Amanda singing songs about demons and then his shirt falls off to reveal four nipples. No, what doesn't make any sense nipple. Demon. Thing is it. I am not throwing away. My shirt. Okay. That one's good. Yeah. The nipple team thing was terrible. It didn't make any sense. I mean because if you had lots of extra nipples traditionally sign of a witch is it. Ricarda pig scouts or a cow or scour among okay, welcome to identify. The purple custody is exciting. Who else is here? Oh, I talked about a world famous round icon and legend in my introduction as a friend in the coal kitman. But really I should have been referring to the star of Jurassic world one of the all-time highest grossing films ever, Nick Decem, leeann who plays Edmund in film who hasn't been moved by his performance as man, clapping, Notre focus. Yeah. I've looked to the Oscars yet again if clapping out of focus category, you'd be shoe, and I've been invited to go and watch in clap. That would have been next to ten Nicholson. Be amazing. That's good. Good to hear good to hear and. See check, my notes here James Dyer is also here, which is nice. I guess hikers. How are you? Hi. I'm good you talking about about Banus notch. Which of course, we covered in depth on the politics cost a few weeks ago, which is which is nice Jane make notes cut out reference to what's it called the TV highlights TV podcast. Join ahead. What we're doing particularly when we're talking about now. No. Head carshow the grand tour. No, did you see that this week they caused a ferocious because the the grand tour came back under hashtag was Amazon's hit carshow, and it was a joke because you look at it. It looks like Amazon shit car show. That's funny. It's funny, isn't it? Now, we won't be talking about that. We will be talking about night flies, which is George all mountains new TV series, Russian dolls and pure and camping. And you can hear all about.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And we're joined, of course, by James Dyer, who has patronized more people by Star Trek movies than you've had hot. The nail. Plunk, say that what you just did wasn't attempt to cling on even though you call it Volkan because you're an idiot. Yes, I realized I was doing it. It's like, Klingon, you know, it's fine. What does focus out like. Sounds like English because they translate universal translator and they translate Klingon with universal translator only when when plot convenience requires it. Okay. Are you ready to patronize me for the next. Ready and willing able because stoppage some credentials here. James, you are official word is trek, right? Yeah. Well, no, I would tricky. I'm old school before. Try to be patronised. I'm more than happy to embrace the fact that is massively nerdy. Okay, good, good. Good down. But you've seen the film. I have seen all things trek ever made of Dan, what's your? What are your credentials established archery credentials right now, star, Trek's being part, my life, all my life. I saw the original series as a child growing up Star Trek motion picture with the second film I ever saw at the cinema and maybe more in this light, but did fall asleep. And then as a teenager, the next generation came along and I loved it and watch the whole thing. And then, yeah, I've seen all the movies and like. At least awful. Okay. We'll get on that in a second and Helen similar. I haven't seen every single thing because I haven't seen all of the animated series vying. Yeah, you got me there. And I actually missed a couple of seasons of enterprise, which at some point I'm like, oh, Sabe. But yes, I am a big track fund like done, probably about half the films, but the interesting thing was trek films isn't there. So the the rule for the original sort of crew was even numbers good old numbers, pretty bad, at least weaker and then slave in reverse. Maybe in the j.j Abrams era, listen accurate assessment. I would say that the best all numbered film for me is three. Yep. For spock. Which I believe James does not care for. It's it's not the best odd-numbered film, but it's fine. What's number film? Are we talking Abrahams. No, no, seven nine seven nine eleven. You're just you're just making up numbers. Now these these aren't even real films. Eleven is the best at one. Yeah, I Yeah, think. I think even thrown out when the next generation films came, didn't it. Original. Yeah, yeah. Seven of next gen film, which I'm sure get onto is flawed annoy, which I love is heavily floor. So it's it's not. It's not entirely unfair, but we have hit upon something that I discovered. Actually, when I was putting together my top Hundley ranking works, is we each together our individual ten, and then I assign a point system to each one's number ten gets number one, good standpoints number one point and so on. And then we figured out and I go away and run through little calculator. An EMMY comeback with definitive empire top tens. And that's what we're gonna do right at the end of the podcast. So we're going to be going through that in the top ten. But when I was going through my top ten a man, I struggled because I think they're about again, James will disagree here, but that's what he does. He picks hills the Dione there about, I'd say, at a stretch seven objectively good Star Trek films after that, you have just fairy in degrees of shitless all the way down to the final frontier. I think I had eight once I was happy to put in a top ten. Okay. And then the other two were very, they were fine. And I think that's was the two I in at the bottom of my top ten where next generation films, which I think are fine, but they didn't. They didn't upset me as much as the really bad original series ones or the really bad j.j Abrams one, both all of which made me actively angry. So. These was didn't make me angry..

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Overflowing with characterization? I would say. Yes, but neither is just pick up a random friend of name here. Jin. Yeah, right. He is more developed than Genucel. I'll give you that Kassian and or or kit fist, oh, for example, say Griego does more as more memorable than kit vista. He does cavort around the Padres on in the phantom really does. There's no schmead Skywalker though there is no, there's no Chianti Mundi also the women. It got storms coming. Choice dots. My machine must have a name. I tracked her down years ago. The actress played that role, and I tried to set up an interview. I think it was for an hour or something the gun never quite happened, but she was. She was still acting as she was doing this thing. A lot of lot of actors do this thing where you you, you know hospitals and we'll proceed hurricane heist surprise. Apparently. Apparently, apparently her name is JIRA and exists to warn of incoming storms. So that's the Storm's is coming. coming home quick and not storms. Coming to us to always coming. It's possible. This podcast. Yeah, he's never on the rails. I think that we all better get home quick because boring conversation anyway wasn't really so that is it for our Star Wars. Fifty greatest characters, countdown special broadcast type thing. Thank you so much to my generals James Dyer. You're welcome. Cast. This is broken. You. Yeah, I'm still studying. Radio. Nick. Doc is that. No, your Joe. Joe is worse than his. Absolutely. We've established once again. I've got it back to the world class level before. No. You think you people. Paul, David part Georgia, that was extraordinary. It's for me. I think the last word of this podcast, shoot, of course go to my good friend Bosna's. He's out.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And three stars are review gave this, he says is starts very interesting quite dark. Not that funny in the first hour, but it builds and builds a bills for very funny. Second, half of the films three stars in for the festival, an documentary to point towards is the eyes of Orson Welles which is the latest film from Mark cousins. He is of course the. Person who took over from Alex Cox on movie room in dark films. Very smart man, very legs, his films, and he's made a movie about Orson Welles which is into them as ni- lovely. You should see it four stars. We have given that we have gave a not, which is to say, we have given four stars, check it out. There you go. Is it for this week's NPR podcast, join us next week for more film related fund. We'll be joined by. I, I can't remember. But someone someone, yeah, I'd I'd written down, but I can't remember who the heck it is. Mason? No, especially up to this. I don't think Liam is ever going to be on the podcast, Keith thrilled, richer, Taylor. We'll find out. I've got written down somewhere, but yeah, giving it a big sale here, aren't I anyway until it especially -cation. It is goodbye from James Dyer. Why is by from Nick dissembling, goodbye, and keep buying for me. I am off to find out how far before changing Abrams Star Trek repos started. Discovery is set and I'm going to get an answer. Well, see th Chris, when you approach these times li- fold, it gets very..

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It is very, very funny. It's one of those movies. There's a great guy. Every seventeen point. Three seconds doesn't hit one hit Dory, but that because no one coming along and seventeen point three seconds after that, it's really exuberant. An infectious has great songs as well. There's tastic Michael Bolton, song I may have done, I am. I am about to download it, and I, it is very, very funny and knowing a nerdy, and I really want to watch the teen titans kgo TV series now as well. And it's just very, very good. It's very good. Oh, by the way, also has genuine the the best last line of any movie this year. It's incredible. Yeah, it's up there with nobody's perfect. Nobody's perfect is better than over south, but it's better than nobody's this movie doesn't change your life and stop bricks and something. I don't want to overstate it. I wanna I don't wanna get people's hopes, but this movies up too much. But this movie, this movie will pay your college loan college loan. It will stop bricks. It'll turn back time ill, do all this stuff away. It is quite possibly the greatest movie in the history of ocean, pitchers four stars in teen titans. Go to the movies and that is it for this week's NPR podcast. Wow. Brought to you by skies, tight. Ninety four. Like eighty four. We were in fused by the spirit of MacQuarie. And you went woman or anyone? No. Okay. Just me right. Every joysticks more familiar fun. We'll be joined by think Haley out. Well. Ooh, that's exciting. Peggy Carter Carter something else? Yeah. Christopher Robin, really Carter our hearts always in our hearts, but mainly in Ecofin at the moment. Isn't she. Taking. Been like six movies, quickly. We forget now she's prompted, I'm hopefully in Morris, stir the director of the festival and greater of the in between as well. So until a spacious occasion, with any further ado, it is time for me to say, once again, a farewell to you all without join us out anymore. And I will bring in my three colleagues essentially cutting who, of course, if you remember back to the beginning of episode where Helena Hira Terry white, James Dyer. This is part of the show where I say goodbye to them and get us out really quick because this is going to be a tight forty one people. All right, Helen, I'm going to you up now and then you say, okay. Goodbye from Helena. Come on. This. Bye. Oh my God. Just move on TV whites. Not. People listening now that doesn't really matter. But it's five, James Dyer. It's going really has Irish. Clinging to my fingertips of employment now it's definitely going to punch. And as for me, I'm off to take my innuendo Madore out and give it a world. Thanks for this name seen as weak by.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Off to that he tweeted a photo of himself wearing an iceman t shirts with the woods still got it just saying so he fell kilmer film that's a roller coaster ride foul so i put them in the film i think they should i wonder if are we going to presumably have a new god blundering in the t rex no we've been joined by someone else who decided that they would just gatecrashed the podcast halfway through let's give you formal introduction in the style of the podcast and james is also here which is nice i guess so there'd be go james dyer is here that's nice thanks for joining us jimbo we're talking about we talked about hedgehog do you have any say the hedgehog i love knuckles is that a character this is this a sex thing he's a kidney again i need some context era is carter or sex life it's a character he said a little redican radical knuckles so the folk tales who i for fox tails and he has two tiles and he was introduced in sonic too and i believe knuckles was introduced in well it's on a conduct okay all right so what else we talked about we had we talked about what tv shows we're watching at the moment i didn't mention designated survivor which i have been been all week entities unbelievable bollocks putting credibly entertaining kiefer sutherland in the white house as president because the entire congress is blown up and he is the designated survivor so he becomes president and it's it's it's like it's it's filled doesn't jack ryan did it years ago did but not in the film's keefer has swooped in and taken it and i will say that this has really replaced scandal because scandal has finished now and this is replaced the scandal shaped hole in my life because scandal was a white house set drama that was completely bollocks on had a win through what other seasons would other shows take an entire season to do in one episode and designated survivor does that at it is glorious twelve episodes in and i think they're done i really do think they're finished but it's going to carry on good because you can tell he's not job our because he's wearing glasses absolutely balloon that from we'll book he does say diamond about three times and episode frais soft way.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"On the empire podcast this week we are going solo with the man who would be hand old ehrenreich and two people here suffering severe case of rested developments as they returned for fifth series of the cult show a lia shaukat and michael sarah plus the usual movie news and nonsense on the only movie podcast that cannot handle another handle joke ye gods please give me a break hulo baud i'm helen o'hara and welcome to the empire podcast which is once again brought to you in association with those fine upstanding folks at sky cinema the dedicated home for movie lovers ledger in the show chris will be joining us live via satellite no wait dead i know that's not right alive but not live via satellite to highlight a couple of movies that you can watch on sky cinema just to from the thousand plus films available on demand including a brand new premier every day chris himself is away on a top secret assignment somewhere on the planet or is he he could be off plummet i'm not saying he's probably cooking up a fresh hell scape of jokes for next week so in the meantime you have me i'm afraid this week instead i'm joined by two colleagues of lethal cunning i is the man who the spanish coal l furioso and the french try never to call it all it's james dyer that yes that's definitely what unleashed and then we have our token me millennial aman who makes up for an avocado toast what he will he will he lacks ever being able to retire it's ben travis least i can enjoy lots as i can call for less as my goodness such a relief.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"On the podcast is weak i need to get my face kicked off by accident man star writer and producer one guy scott adkins while brad peyton goes on a rampage to talk about his new film the gorilla likud slow down plus all usual news nonsense on movie podcast that has been after a lengthy appeals process awarded to hurry cane now i'm shocked as you are but apparently the podcast went in office shoulder so there it is nothing i could do other pawn i'm chris hewitt and welcome to this week's empire podcast which just week and every week when it's couple months and last week as well as brought to you by this wonderful people a sky cinema the dedicated home from movie lovers oh an hurricane later in the show i'll be not a couple of movies you can watch sky cinema just two movies from the huge joyce available to watch on demand sky cinema including a brand new premier every single day thousand films and more on sky cinema very very exciting so that's later in the show this week though i'm joined by three colleagues of such lethal cunning what a rare treat here in the npr podcast first up we have our west wing specialist james dyer man who is slightly because i saw josh molina yesterday as we all know of course played jeffrey on the west wing and he was in a posh london hotel and i wanted to go over to and on kidnapping numbering on the podcast and them be part of the team but really what a really wanted to do was google and talked about his role on scandal which of course as you know james i've seen more episodes of scandal than i have of the west wing how does that make you feel james dyer it makes me hate you slightly more than all ready to i've seen i think two seasons scandals it'd be better vero bedwell two seasons of scandal paxon i'd say about ten seasons where the story in any other show.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Anyway anyway will will take away from this film bay eight references mike money let's make loads of films device references eighties nineties and notice references we'll we'll we'll we a law film that live in the world of pub coach and set up right dot yeah could not be tycoon absolutely but in also our filmmakers going to you know like i say are those filmmakers going to fade away the distance i'm we'll film we'll cinema as as as an entity ceased to exist because of this movie in what is spielberg done what did you down you time right well why'd ranging implications for the future cinema it's and fee are amazing but no podcast thank is it for our ready player one spotter special hope you guys enjoyed it where there is also going to be a spoiler special this week for a quiet place with john christine ski the film's writer star everybody has to go and see the place it's terrific it is opposite the amazing sukuzi film and and then come into our sport special put headphones on this nothing bad here's tries to kill you until we meet again it is goodbye by from inferior goodbye it's goodbye james dyer game over one up one up ridiculous he always wants to and it's fine for me i am off into the away and i tell you what i would do anyways i've really thought about it i would bring leonilo by together again.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Hallo paul i'm chris hewitt and welcome to the latest series of fairy special empire spoiler podcasts business dedicated to the latest film from steven spielberg empires legend of our lifetime directories that's some pretty decent success over the last five decades are so never talked colombo diddy yes okay we are of course talking about ready player one based on the best selling novel by ernest klein who co wrote the screenplay loma sock pen and you'll be hearing from ernest cline fernie very soon but take any through the next hour or so after that are too massive spielberg fans we have james dyer he was seen some finless by steven spielberg i have to it's true it's good good you're qualified yet angels established an enema n who has forgotten more about steven spielberg than most of us will ever know he wrote a book a cpa spielberg the incomplete spielberg available in all bargainbasement bins in charity shops needs the second volume been set of many spielberg films you've interviewed demand many many times you've lived in this house unbeknownst to him for a period of six to eight weeks we don't mention that it is a course infra hello how are you i'm very well thank you i think i've seen everything stevensville boca's provisioning directed seem like every coen brothers film things by the current brothers i haven't seen who spielberg i think i've seen everything my favorite is indiana jones and the raiders of jurassic park.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Digital is yeah that's actually what it is james dyer welcome back to the podcast thanks it's been a while has it has been two weeks it's been a few weeks because i've been off doing my special secret super project what is this secret project jim but what have you been doing what have you been beavering away on the secret project is the new magazine we alone ching empathy tv or pilot tv as is none or did you can find out about www dot planet tv mac dot com you are already in use yeah we got pilot tv combat it would cost twenty thousand pounds marketing actually laughed in my face well people who want me right now while you say boring things sleep yes i'm on someone's may not be using it but they want us so yes we out on april the fifth and we have a veritable cornucopia of tv stuff including features on luke cage and west wild and all sorts of other exciting things and there may or may not be ten pages on the west wing and i'm just saying they could be saying thank you about the west entire pages on it yeah who who'd wang on about the west wing ten pages in the magazine who indeed indeed do that yes it's greats it is a super magazine if you love tv and you love empire you'll love pilot it looks very good thanks i'm i'm looking forward to the launch of your little fans in and i'm sure it's going to be it's going to be great i say this because i had known folder with a what so ever no no that's not true on press day unique did come over and start doing funny voices behind me while i was trying to work i felt that was valuable contribution this until chris left to leave.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Fine hello pod i'm chris she would and welcome to the latest now series of spoiler special podcasts this one is dedicated to the latest movie i certainly one of the most significant in the marvel cinematic universe ryan kugler has black panther and over the next couple of hours the paul team and i will be discussing it scenes it's out its ups and downs and much much more and the paul team is as usual helena higher hello james dyer and our editor in chief terry white had line who is alone amongst us here and actually having visited the set of black panther for which i am as they say well gel you've been to akanda i have been kind if what canada fyre atlanta by on was i agreed on land so i mean akanda really good who has cancer and cancer it was magical not the us the sat hooters are always magical hates his whereas the wings man the wings but before we get into the film itself for before we tackle your question did you but said it into me five dm thank you for that you sleet and by deums let's hear from two of the man behind the movie first of all spoke to black panthers cool writer and director the infeasible young unfeasible talented unfeasible brilliant running kugler and yes he was slightly wary of spoilers at first he been in a bubble where he admitted to talk about the film for two years but we used them into it and we ended the talking about a great many things plot wise anthem atakli so do not listen to this standard warning is this border special if you have not seen black panther if you haven't seen by panther than heidi to your nearest multiplex feast your eyes and then come back and listen to this okay got that of the gun excellent we could proceed here we go ryan kugler enjoy.

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"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"james dyer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Elle aboard i'm chris you had and welcome to the latest in a series of empire podcast sparta specials this one is dedicated to pirates of the caribbean colong salazar's revenge or if you're listening in the united states of america parts of the caribbean cold on dead men tell no tales is the fifth and possibly final installment in the muchloved parts of the caribbean franchise the first since two thousand eleven on stranger tides uh an over the next hour so myself james dyer and helena higher will be get an in the film in all sorts of mind boggling lee spoiler refik detail uh so if you have not seen the film stop don't listen to this go the cinema watched the movie comeback an and listen to it makes sense make sense okay but before you hear us talking about the film i went recently to disneyland paris not just for ships giggles but to interview the directors of the film you'll him running a who looks a bit like uragan complemented your liverpool football club by the way and the aspen sandberg a we spoke to them a great detail about the movies many twists and turns and there were a lot of fun a a by the way we started talking about the movies biggest revelation the presence of one sir paul mccartney enjoy we're delighted to be joined on the proposed cast by yolk and running an espen sandberg directors of parts of the caribbean.

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