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"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Yeah. It's so strange because he was so talented in so many ways and it really come up doing comedy. So too. Then only get the one type of roll over and over and over in Hollywood was really frustrating. But then he got offered a role as a good guy. It was still in a horror movie that's still fresh genre was all the rage at the time. And it was called the crime of Dr Crespi along with Eric von Stroheim. Although after the picture was finished, it kind of lingered for awhile without a release date until it was finally put out in nineteen thirty five and the meantime, James WALE, made his second Frankenstein movie, which eventually became the bride of Frankenstein, and he conjured apart for Dwight by cobbling together. Three smaller roles the white had really loved working with James Wales. So he was really happy to do another har- film with him as the character of Carl Bri got a chance to be comedic and scary and to have a really fabulous death scene Wales. Second Frankenstein movie was a huge success. Yeah. In interviews with Dwight fries. Son, his son, we'll often talk about how he really credits James WALE was sort of. Saving them at a time when they were really desperate any really needed acting work. And then he got cast, of course, in Frankenstein. So yeah, he really thought the world of James whale Dwight's options on Broadway started to dwindle. So he started spending more time in Hollywood playing. These bit parts often wondering how actors who had stood in his shadow on the New York stage had more successful careers when they moved out to California than he did we talked in our James whale episodes about the nineteen thirty seven film the road back which was heavily edited to avoid losing the German market because of its anti Nazi message. Dwight Frye had a bit part in this film and just as Wales film was cut down. So was Dwight's career. But it wasn't because of his involvement in this movie. He just never really caught on as a screen actor that would be billed as a major player fry played an unsettling character on the LA stage in nineteen thirty eight in a play called night must fall his former director from Spokane Washington. OD Woodward directed him in the part of a man who carried a woman's hetero around in a box, and that play Ramat LA's Mason opera house in may of that year in the summer of nineteen thirty eight the Regina movie theater in Los Angeles was really struggling the six hundred forty seat venue wasn't selling tickets and in a desperate move. The manager e Mark human booked a har- triple Bill as kind of a stunt in the late summer. So starting in August of that year. They started showing son of Kong, Dracula, and Frankenstein on one ticket for some reason, this became one of the most popular tickets in Los Angeles with lines around the block in the theater running the Bill at all hours and still selling out and turning away customers, I have aside theory about why this was so successful in it hearkens back to our air conditioning episode. Oh, yeah. So if you could pay for one ticket and get like five hours of air conditioning. Wouldn't you do? Would for movies that had been really popular already? So there was I mean a little bit of nostalgia. It was only like eight years for some of them. But I think that might have contributed to why that was so successful again, August in Los Angeles. So this event really reinvigorated the careers of Lugosi, and Karloff and Dwight Frye was hoping for a similar lift he actually took his son to one of these shows, and he was a little bit disappointed that buddy enjoyed himself. But was not the least bit scared. He was kind of hoping that r-enfield would inspire just a little bit of terror. And instead his son just thought it was amazing in fun. Dwight was cast in son of Frankenstein, which was funded in the hopes of cashing in on the new wave of interest in these older, universal harbor pictures. But by the time the film was edited fries. Small part was completely removed from it in one thousand nine hundred forty one Dracula was staged in Los Angeles at the bow arts theater and for the stage production for I reprised his role of r-enfield y'all so continued to..

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"james wales" Discussed on Screen Dive

Screen Dive

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Screen Dive

"Choose your moments to satirize it you choose you moments. But you stay very close. Same thing with black and white. We chose our moments to get Davol apps, but mostly we stayed with the rhythm and the look of the original black and white picture. So would seem correct and natural the comedy for me. Would I would always be surprise? That would never just be a crazy move. We weren't making a comedy we will making a real dramatic drama. Not just any drama a tribute to Mary Shelley and James WALE, which meant many authentic hor elements as possible starting with the look and feel above all he wanted young Frankenstein to show. Oh, the aesthetic of its inspiration to achieve that filming in black and white was non negotiable. I knew that if we didn't do the monster in black and white. He would look like a clown. And then I mean, just our salute to Mary Shelley to James, well, you know, it had to be black and white. Or else we wouldn't? We wouldn't do it. Young thinkin sane has the look of horror the way that they had to fight to make the film in black and white to try to look like kind of an old creeping castle type of movie it opens with the castle. It opens the gothic turds and the lightning. You have the thunder clap. Beat by beat this looks absolutely deadpan. It couldn't just look like hor it had to sound like horror to he enlisted composer Jon Morris to write a score that would set a chilling tone and make it very clear to the audience who was probably expecting me usual manic raucous Mel Brooks fair. What kind of movie they were really watching? Are you said to John Morris? You've gotta give me don't nothing funny. You keep it serious. And and if you can't from time to time give me a chill give me a little scare. I want a real bone chilling spine chilling that you know, fear running through me, and you can help with the music and he knew he knew it new just went to scare us. And then I said the same thing to Peter. Peter Boyle was magnificent actor Peter every once in a while I want you to stare into the camera. So we wanna leave the theater you scare so much want to walk out. And he would do that. This is not a comedy. So I said we'll handle comedy don't ever tell us. You think it's funny they had their black and white film, and they're Irie music, but Mellon Michael found one more way to tie their film to the original. I heard from somebody that the original equipment that was in the nineteen thirty one film. The the things that went. The, you know, the the silly stuff the James WALE used them you original laboratory somewhere in a garage in Santa Monica when we found out. We're fucks this was production. Frank bowel who's up addiction? Manage was the man who was like sussing this hoping he still I know where it is that we got in the car we went to the garage, real gentleman. He he did the special effects, and we applaud him his house opens up the garage. There's those other plugged it in their work. Meltsa get so we got. So they rented the props from their owner Kenneth strict Faden and even hired him to be on set to operate them. During filming they were all set cobwebs fog zapping mad. Scientists toys all of its screamed monster movie now all that was left to do was to tell go story and try as hard as possible not to make it a comedy one of the things they did to make the movie work is they actually cut out a lot of the comedy the first cut of the movie was like what two and a half hours long and everybody hated it. And what Brooks did is he basically like serial killer his own movie, he went through and he cut out every joke that he thought was the weak link and he leaned into the emotion he calls this his best movie like it's not his funniest movie. But it says best movie because it's just well around it because you have comedy and horror working together..

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The Latest: Expert: 'stay put' policy failed in tower fire

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

The Latest: Expert: 'stay put' policy failed in tower fire

"The morning blueprints has tangled terrorism includes plans for security services to be informed more quickly about suspicious purchases menaces won't firms to allow them to the possibility that someone is stockpiling chemicals or acting suspiciously when hiring vehicle security minister ben wallace says the policy is constantly updated because the threat changes one of the reasons our strategy in our terror counterterrorism policy in the in this country is so good is that we constantly strive to learn the lessons of the last attacks all the laws plots and obviously last year we tragedy saw five attacks and therefore we're going to incorporate many of those lessons into the contest inquiry into the grenfell tower tragedy moves into the second stage later and we'll hear evidence about the building's fire safety mp and former firefighter jim fitzpatrick says the lessons learned from this phase we'll may have big implications for building design and the advice given to people about staying put in a fire that building didn't perform the we should have done under for the state policy as right at the center of what the inquiry will be wanting to look at and certainly the police are far investigation forensic science and evidence will all have to look to determine exactly what happened how far how fast defiles spread why spread so quickly and what actions were taken to try to mitigate against that at least twenty five people have been killed after volcano eruption in guatemala many remote areas cut off on the country's president says some regions i wanna stay to catastrophe one hundred and sixty five services being cut by train operator northern relatives morning the new interim timetable comes into force which the company says will improve reliability the weather after cloudy and misty stop for many it will stay cool and cloudy in the east but the sun will breakthrough elsewhere that may trigger the thunder shower this afternoon we safe to turn on your radio the leviathan of chat rides again hello i'm james well go radio presenter isn't afraid to fake i believe the media should be well balanced by myself there is only one james wales remember filled up my loss swimming costs nothing the legendary james shower cancel well i haven't the other to be on his one hundred percent wail zero.

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"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"I did when i set up the tags for today's episode i did tag him with those episodes because they are related but that's just so they'll be in the same collection on our website all their stuff you can find a one place yeah that's i mean i think for a lot of people that are film buffs that might be there entree into seeing the work of james wale but there are some really fun ones outside of it they're not all good greenhill is not a good movie there's no there's no way to make a good movie you could try but some of his other films really are quite interesting he because he came from that design background his eye for the visual was always spectacular so the way he would set up shots was really wonderful there's some great stories about how when he first went to hollywood is a dialogue coach he was keenly aware of how the art of filmmaking was being ignored a little bit because they were so focused on capturing the audio of dialogue that they would set up coverage shots that had nothing to do with composition but just where they could put microphones and he was like there's there are better ways to do this so his he's very interesting the one of the the books i read in preparation for this that's a biography of him is really excellent and talks a lot about his insights into film as he was coming into the business and theatre as well and he just seemed like an incredibly astute and smart person who really knew what he wanted to do on any given project which i sort of love.

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"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Line follow up it was wailed who finally decided that a love interest provided the most appealing possibility so wales work on the bride of frankenstein was lighter in tone than his previous work he was more at play as director and the look of the film thanks to cinematographer john j mess comb was based in the paintings of rembrandt contracting bright highlighted sections of any given frame with the deepest of shadows to create depth and drama wail decided on his friend elsa lanchester for the role then carefully designed the bride's look inspired by the mummies of egypt there i conic hair was modeled on the head pieces of nefer td and her makeup with carefully sketched out by the director in a series of drawings lanchester brought a unique inspiration to the role the bride's behavior and movement was based on the swans at hyde park yeah i had only read that recently i'm sure i've probably passed over it before but the idea of the way she hisses and lake turns her was based on these swans this she had been observing there's also an interesting story where he was already something like ten days or two weeks into production before he cast her they're like we can't figure out who the actress is but we'll just start shooting and we'll figure it out which to me sounds terrifying but james wale seemed to have it all in hand we talked a lot about the bride of frankenstein of course in our two parter that we did about elsa lanchester a couple years ago but we didn't at that time really discuss how the film impacted james wales life and career in terms of commercial success the film was an unqualified success there was no way you could frame it where it was not a huge hit after wales bride had terrified and charmed audiences and made a lot of money in the process wale was given more or less free rein to work on whatever projects he wanted to at universal this was a unique situation when we have very few directors at the time had this level of creative freedom that james whale had earned and next up we're gonna.

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"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"But wales second film of nineteen thirtythree had quite the opposite reception when the invisible man hit theaters it amazed audiences and delighted critics with its special effects work claude rains in the starring role gave a memorable vocal performance in the film became one of the year's biggest hits there's obviously a pattern that was developing and james wales career where his most popular films were in this newly popular horror genre but rather than make another horror film after the invisible man he turned his efforts instead to a rom com called by candlelight it was adapted from stage play by austrian writers siegfried geyer and karl farkas and it involved a case of mistaken identity gentleman's butler falls in love with somebody who mistakes him for the gentleman that he works for was considered to be a light light fair not particularly serious nothing special yeah and again it you did okay not great wail still though opted out of making another horror film even though that probably would have been an easy way for him to say look i made another ended instead he turned to serious drama with an adaptation of novel by john worthy titled one more river this film features the story of a married english couple who look perfect to outsiders but then it's quickly revealed to the audience that in private the husband is physically and emotionally abusive to his wife who leaves him only to have him threatened her with a smear campaign of adultery despite no wrongdoing on her part this film was critically acclaimed and people who saw it thought it was quite amazing but not many people actually wanted to see it and it flopped at the box office maybe because of that series of lukewarm non horror projects wail finally decided to do what universal and the public had been asking him steve for years which was returned to her and make a sequel to frankenstein while treatments had been proposed for a franken.

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"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"I feel like i've seen this episode of grey's anatomy right like there are so many of james wales films that i feel like setup tropes happen forever after that and they weren't by any means the first ones but in a lot of cases he made those types of stories really famous now that i think about it more i think it really wasn't actual episode of doogie howser m b where operate on his girlfriend anyway wale had chosen the impatient maiden as a project because he didn't want to be pigeonholed in horror but it turned out to have been a poor choice this romance drama fared really poorly with both critics and audiences in one thousand nine thirty two wail made a film called the old dark house which was sort of a horror comedy and love this movie and i watched it while i was working on the outline for this and start boris karloff glorious steward charles lawton and melvyn douglas and it is now also a classic horror trope a group of people traveling in the countryside when they get caught in a terrible storm that makes it impossible to continue their journey and they seek shelter in a creepy house with eccentric inhabitants and things play out from their wail made two films that released in nineteen thirty three the first was the kiss before the mirror this was a mystery about a lawyer and his possibly adulterous wife and a trial in which the lawyer is defending a man who murdered his own cheating spouse this was not a blockbuster.

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"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Was twenty one year old lawrence va although when the production became so successful that they had to move on to a bigger venue another actor stepped into the role the following year the critically acclaimed play moved across the atlantic for a broadway run and that new york engagement actually proved pivotal in james wales career in the late nineteen twenty something big was happening in the film industry that was talkies actors couldn't rely just on their physical characterizations to carry motion picture there was a very real need and hollywood for coaches who could help the stars of silent films make the transition to talk he's and it was in that capacity that james wale made his way to los angeles from new york wail worked as a dialogue director for paramount pictures and then he was hired onto the high profile nineteen thirty film hell's angels starring jean harlow the actress who still quite green and uncertain of herself at the time in a scene in which she was supposed to seduce one of her male co stars she asked whale for instruction on exactly what to do to which he replied quote my dear girl i can tell tell you how to be an actress but i cannot tell you how to be a woman but starting a film career was not the only thing that significantly changed for wale while working in hollywood he also met a story assistant named david lewis the time wale was forty one and louis was twenty five and the younger man was not really impressed by the englishman wail found lewis captivating though and overtime the two men struck up a friendship which became a romantic relationship wail and lewis spent the next two decades together as a couple and we're going to get into james wheels career as a film director in just a moment but first we're gonna pause for little sponsor break.

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"james wales" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I think he's good actor and i just accordingly i don't did you like to see no no i love it absolutely now i wonder what you thought when the first time you saw so let that there's been a few major screenings of the disasterous narrow was south by southwest pita went crazy for you they were very happy to see you then there was the hollywood premiere at the chinese theater where you know james wales saying yes of course and was saying he introduce that using your same words that you would introduce the movie with fourteen years earlier this might movie this my life be cool there were some festivals i think as well what was the first time you saw the movie and what was your first run austin toxins in austin what was that like why just you know again i told i approve ninety net consent base what i saw but they mix todd with this statement because i said lighting i didn't say the lighting porsche was wrong i say let me think about i mean i the justice staff would i 38 because i was the first time right they offer me to see here los angeles as i'm not i don't like to see bug my sell yeah because the you know i have a reason i mean you know elected seed the reaction as well was in emotional though for you to ciller said moshe igwig homeless crying as far as i see it if you see that clip from a festival so i'll maybe those toronto one on what was what was it that was emotional free though was it seeing that people now we're looking at you in a more appreciative way or what was it not this is a gesture active relate to actors and crew mostly not so much prize because i think that we all have to do our shadow share of work and i think the the people appreciate and more now but the motion was for me like that scene i mentioned before that he did change confront the crew does he record he in.

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"james wales" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

Inside The Exorcist

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

"And i think that's a totally different theme than the theme of inside psycho and anyone who goes into these things saying well all i want is a rundown of what happened during the making of the movie i think they're going to be uh hopefully they'll be delighted by the something extra meanwhile anyone who stays away from these shows because they say well i'm not really interested in the exorcist well you know are you interested in um uh baby jane because feud was bigger than that i i i hope that people who appreciate this these both these series get a sense of the larger picture you know well either they do or they don't cut of like that's the that's the theme of the exorcist like you might not get what's what's uh what you would expect it but you get what's coming uh uh again right i get what my deserve how would i deserve whether you understand it or not exactly right yeah i do i think it's worth as i described these things i think it's worth noting to that you know the inspiration for this whole series came from was really more than anything inspired by a movie that i think is just about twenty years old now call god's in monster's uh you know they're moving adult now bill khandan movie uh about the the uh about the making roads while extensively about the making of frankenstein um we end the director of frankenstein james wale and it's really kind of all about the transformation of james wale and what he went through at that point as a kind of a a a gay man in hollywood at a time when um there weren't any famous gay men in hollywood not not any known famous gay men in hospital right so it's but it but because it's kind of this dreamy um true not true sometime.

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"james wales" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"After the mummy karloff went to england to make a film called the goals in his absence universal released ads claiming karloff s next horror head wouldbe james wales adaptation of the invisible man but whale was proceeding to prepare that film without karloff maneuvering to cast his friend claude raines who had appeared in just one minor film over ten years earlier wale got his way when karloff learned that instead of honoring his contract and giving him a scheduled salary raise universal planned to cut karloff s salary carl i've had already been having discussions with friends about the need for an actor's union specific to screen actors as actors equity the broadway union was totally ineffectual in dealing with the studios and the academy which most major screen actors were members of was created and run with the interests of the studios in mind the giant profit margins of the studios were in part based on actors allowing themselves to be exploited for instance you could pay bela lugosi any thank because he was afraid to not take whatever he could get but boris karloff knew what he was worth and when universal tried to undercut his value karloff wasn't going to take it he left universal voiding his contract and rendering him a freelancer on june 30th nineteen thirty three karloff and a crew of fellow actors none of them as well known as frankenstein's monster filed articles of inc for the screen actors guild karloff hosted many initial meetings of the union in his home into luca lake the bedroom community in the shadow of warner brothers and universal that summer stars began taking karloff s lead leaving the academy to join the screen actors guild now the new guild included amongst its members james cagney eddie kanter groucho marx who served as treasurer and vice presidents adolf minju fredric march and an harding.

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"james wales" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Last week we explored bela lugosi starmaking role as dracula in the 1931 film dracula and the rest of his career spent playing vampires today we're going to talk about how boris karloff became frankenstein's monster and how this for all impacted the rest of his career karloff story is different from lagos sees the typecasting he faced was much less limiting and severe today we're going to focus on the film that either involved frankenstein or had karloff playing a character in dialogue in some way with his signature monster then next week we'll backtrack beds to talk about the film so much bela and forests appeared together usually as antagonists for now join us won't you for the story of boris and the monster british director james wale had made a name for himself in the early days of sound cinema as a deft handler of actors and dialogue his breakthrough came in his film adaptation of a world war one play he had directed in england journeys end which led to universal hiring him to direct the film of another play waterloo bridge flaw that movie was still in production the lendlease were impressed enough with wale that junior who had an inherent adulation of foreign directors began considering him for his pet project frankenstein.

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"james wales" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"A few months after the play closed karloff was cast in the film version of the criminal code and the director of the film howard hawks took a liking to karloff and expanded his role the criminal code was just one of eighteen films karloff was cast in in 1931 it was while he was shooting another of these films playing another criminal near universal picture called graft that as one story goes director james wales spotted karloff in the studio commissary wales assistant approach karloff and asked if you would join wale for a cup of coffee after that meeting wale began making drawings of karloff as frankenstein's monster boris and bela did not start in hollywood on equal footing though both were in their forties when they became a horror stars and both were foreign karloff was english which conferred on him a patina of respectability bela lugosi did look like a young forty nine year old and dracula but this was still and advanced age and he was unmistakably foreign his hungarian accent could be difficult to understand and it combined with his unique way of carrying himself in moving around would have made it impossible for him to be the leading man in hollywood that he had been in his native hungary but he refused to accept this until it was too late unlike lawn cheney who was a famous actor who appeared in horror films bela became famous for embodying a single horrific character audiences perceived him as being horrific not as being an actor this would become a sore spot for lugosi who had been a versatile performer in europe and who thought of himself as a better actor and potential star then many of the man who beat him out for better roles sometimes as we'll see he was right.

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"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

"To sort radio traffic in travel in twenty incans his polyglot towards nuns by an accident junction full the late snowden concern with keys resumption five ails that then oaks that you're on the 834 two out of three lanes closed on the roundabouts of junction nine of the enforcing of west in on the queen myth vista with lorries broken down and south yorkshire the sixty lights his closed each way pons if like road in thumbs e that's because of flooding caused by at thus wolves tonight and there's a severely reduced rail service into acid woolsey station in london against ice muscle holding who did you took on you tesco club card uh let's see minded point because when we use that recap points that we can put towards flights and holidays spying these nice biscuits than not nice lovely yet and there also meese biscuits okay so could buying these nice niece biscuits comes to well niece i no space precisely you mean precisely the new contactless tesco club caught atop is all it takes minimum on pens banned missile radio we have ways of mason utilise embraces com license ewing showed off hello i'm james wales a mighty james wail at his one of reason so long and comment scorched earth debates ill advised devastates and god drake jiang's wale zone headed sage of screeched away hill returns to the airwaves for three hours of essential national flags thomas us the james wales two knives from seven so we'll hear yet so often okay and on dean's is wrong the full senate breakfasts bonsle radio.

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"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

"To jail with news headlines with weather on the way on talk radio radio ministers thing as put pressure on other eu countries to thoughtout long keys that some european airports stricter border controls the reportedly leaving some passages waiting for up to four hours shuttling energy minister labour mp alan white had his tell the full fat breakfast he can't believe more staff were drafted in here dairy not should be proper and stringent border tranquil you'll know why that can call her wooden bring to current aren't going to be a problem the bihar beholder if claim to cool september the ill people he could benefit from experts endoflife care are getting it because there's not enough money hospice he case that is around 100 thousand people die every year without being treated in all by a specialist cnet suites get a third the beth funding from the nhs jonathan elicits from the charity the nhs spending for lots of money on very often not meeting the needs of people at the end the fly ferry effectively so the fact that hoffa people will die in a hospital bed were hospital is the bits of the system which is under the most pressure and it's the most expensive part and ministry of justice insists burning in more prison officers are accused of doing nothing to help a chronic say in english and welsh jails the head of the prison governors essay sanctions written a letter describing a toxic mix of rising prison the numbers and a lack of staff prince philip's preparing to carry out his last official royal gt watching a royal marines parade at buckingham palace since 1950s tate he's carried out more than twenty two thousand saturday public engagements and made nearly five and a half thousand speeches and some sat needs to bring a we just hearing that one of the last surviving spitfire pilots from the battle of britain has died can wilkinson with ninety nine he was among they say mislead dumped the fee by winston churchill the weather rain for many today but sunny in northern scotland with highs of twenty degrees think he should heed rachel's beckoned 70s time with where the news in full short radio it's eight thirty three and which is choking we have ways of the nations and raises com license walker ewing showed off his hello i'm james wales a mighty james wale is one reason for its sort radio filtered comment scorched earth debate ill advised devastates some of us take it on the rig with.

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"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

"It every day the world's number one job site placed on unique is indeed fifteen thousand new jobs that it every single day we have ways of mason would raises comeback since walker you in showed off his hello i'm james wales by dji james wale is one sought sills comment schools earth debates advise devastates and cutting the china's taking chang's of screeched away returns to the airways for free hours essential national the the james wales two nights from seven on seoul it's often maximize your morning ross said i also we will get you six forty six it's monday that says the july here your headlines for this only on the phone set breakfast violent radio with me ross a fresh hearing in the case of terminally ill by charlie thousand take place lisa request of white woman speak costal falling alexa from seven international doctors the promised like the big speech to saying that although the general let's she didn't go she wanted to change is on the other parties to contribute more than just criticise at least a specialist what offices to tackle violence in english and welsh giles has tripled in the past five years bus ganja shuttle coating three times in 2011 lost year it was 16 those you headlines hit with the weather latest though rachel gujral going he wants to keep moving is going to be a lot more unsettles over the next few days tsa mice to this this a lot of rain across southern scotland today the pulse of the cable have a mixed jeff sunshine but also some showers intense and east anglia these showers will be heavy and sundry there is a yellow weather warning in impace from the messele face fool very heavy rain showers could be very likely intense and could be up to set millimetres in some places of rain and lightning could also be an additional has it so deby warned that simplisafe for most of the day highs who got twenty five in london nineteen in cardiff and task team in edinburgh tu wien in edinburgh as kind of hall temperatures in the other part of the country the free we've for haircuts for the.

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"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

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02:55 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

"In the nineteen ac nine the disaster will discover if anyone will face charges prosecutors have been examining files relating to twenty three suspects last year and in class julie decided ninety six liverpool fans have been unlawfully killed after the ruling and back hits he lost tests on peace spike about the decisions distillery is now style can now it's the consequences of criminal investigations must be allowed to take holes we had and the prosecution decisions can be taken soon police in birmingham have arrested a man on behalf of spanish authorities are investigating support for islamic state the forty four year old man's being held on suspicion of terrorism fences often officeceived on and address in a spark hill area this morning the case national cybersecurity he sensor is investigating the potential impact to the labels cyber attack on the case times it started in ukraine yesterday the four affecting banks government systems and energy companies in several countries labor leader jeremy cubans going to try to tempt tory mps to get against theresa may late serve back his proposed changes to have plans what we is asking for an end the cuts in the service at the end with service and the police and that the government should stop that should invest more in the the changes aren't expected to be voted three the common say the conservative say any then they can deliver the growing healthy economy needed to fund the agency sevices swedish let me tell nick list the star of the original the go with a drunken tutsi films has died at the age of fifty sake seeping lung cancer for years and it was the turn of england's under21 to lease a penalty seat sounded gemini last night they were beaten four three i'll today european championship semifinal in thailand and it's he will often ninety minutes and the government's extratime the weather mostly dry ever scotland but clough the elsewhere the is it's rain slowly meese insead northern england by this often name ties at nineteen degrees radio we have ways of macy's would races comeback since the uae showed off oh i'm james wales a mighty james waialae his one of reasons sills comment schools that was tents and cutting in the ring with dreams he's headed sages way you're rude returns to the airways free hours essential national of the james wales two knives from some on so we'll get sorted sza.

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"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"james wales" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Is that the firm listeners receive severe criticism for not meeting any of the victim's families when she visited conforto yesterday meanwhile said he was heckled on a bottle was thrown he was placed in so we believe the methodist church temporarily for his own safety also another kabila lost on a tank firing range in pemba those your headlines here with the with the latest that i two to joe it's going to be a scorcher this we cannot the weather headline said it's going to get into the heights wednesay's in some areas all right with thirty one degrees forecast on sunday an infant monday now rolling old scorcher kuya parade used at thirty this is creeping up as he will thirty one the south of the k now you listening donald trump what are your reservations about global warming now you're mug even be complaining they were thing in a garden although those you know a couple of weeks ago fell asleep in the pat god is love sunday emi upper right five blocks to bread and really so for table to need sunscreen on i keep telling me this is an offer i'm joking of course has the power to get looking let me go into the weather in detail its egg a grace starts in the northwest of the k this late out ensign rain or drizzle but dry and brice everywhere else has some good sunny spells highs of twenty three in london sixteen in glasgow tomorrow i mainly cloudy and cool again across western northern island and northwest scotland but everywhere else dry very warm plenty of sunshine and like i said on sunday we could get up to in t the fat eath i have assigned concern about that in my dog the rescue dog the ten stone should bernard young owlry unfair coat 365 days of the is a bit will traverse what going rivers and paddle but also would just sit there penching look a great big air bright because that's what he's got to get family model can you give him a bit of a trim may be now show you my inau lazio james wales doing that you only for cancer these are and is seeking ono madl no no no haley's pets there thanks very much of just i mean the thing is you look.

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