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"john galore" Discussed on Household Name
"Episode. I'm Charlie Herman were deep into reporting and producing our next season of stories in fact even a little sneak preview at the end of this episode but like for everyone else the corona viruses or something. We're always thinking about and talking about even when we're looking for distraction. Say on TV. And what do we see order through the Burger King App and the delivery fees are on us so staying home doesn't just make us all safer. It makes you a couch potato. It's been fascinating to watch. How brands are adapting their messaging to try and connect with us as we shelter in place. And what's clear is there's kind of a Formula I you start with somber piano music then images of public spaces that are completely empty like estadio. Maybe next there's a video of a woman looking pensive. Putting her hand on a window as she stares out then cut to workers in uniforms looking deeply into the camera nodding their heads and then you hear keywords like people were people. People people people people for family family family family family family family and at a time reference now especially now especially now right now in these times of uncertainty. You get the gist. It's like one person wrote all the TV ads for every single company these clips by the way from a great youtube video called every cove. Nineteen commercial is exactly the same. Let's watch it together together together together together. Since this is a podcast about brands connections we make with them and since reporting on the krona viruses changing daily. We decided to do something a different in this episode so joining me to talk about brands and Cova Nineteen Tanya a senior reporter at business insider and Meredith Haggerty and senior editor at. Vox Dot Com and Meredith. When you look at how brands are responding to the pandemic. Who Do you think is doing a good job? And WHO's not well. That's a good question. I mean I'm always sort of loathe to ever say that a brand is doing a good job. That's just my general outlook on brands by I do. I mean everyone's doing the same job for the most part. They can really only give one message because it's the only message sort of palatable right now and that message is we still exist. We are companies and we are here and that sort of a picture of an economy. That's maybe still running. Which is as close as I'm going to get to saying that brands are doing a good job. Which is to simply to say that like on some level we do need to know that the economy is collapsing immediately. which it is but You know we're not closing Toyota dealerships yet. I guess is what's comforting tone? You just mentioned Toyota dealerships for example. I'm wondering are there certain brands that you think will succeed at this kind of messaging? And who risks falling on their face when they tell us that they're there for US and they're part of our family so I agree with America when she says that you know just by virtue of what we cover. We can't be like this brand is acing it but I do think there's some people that are doing it more creatively than others. So for instance Burger King decided that it would not let its outdoor billboard ads go to waste and instead encourage people to snap photos of them and use them to make their zoom backgrounds more colorful and that that is super creative may not result in sales of burgers. But it's definitely something that strikes a chord and then another set of brands that I think would also do well or at least register in consumers. Minds are those that are sorry to use a cliche but but walking the walk and that means not just advertising but also in how they treat their employees. So I was talking to the Chief Marketing Officer Tripoli the other day and this is the first example comes top of mind but they're offering people healthcare Leave and they are giving people bonuses and that means that they're not just sort of plastering. Ads reminding people that they're still there but are also being kind to their own employees actually taking concrete steps. Beyond just saying we're here for you and we support you exactly. I mean our consumers though being more discerning about who's actually really being genuine with their ad and who isn't absolutely I think this is something that's been building up for the past couple of years. Pepsi's Kendall Jenner ad was three years ago at this point but we still talk about it. Why because it was probably the most glaring example of how not to try to Co opt a movement. That's the one where she appeared to be co-opting. The Black Lives Matter Movement and walking up with Pepsi to a line of Police officers. Right exactly imagine trying to do that with cops trying to dismantle huge crowds in central park this weekend so meredith. What is the impact of seeing basically the same ad but from different companies over and over and hearing those same themes over and over again so I'll say As a as a lady who watches a lot of TV which is alternately. All I really think that the net effect of having all of these ads sort of remind us that this issue is happening in. That serious does weirdly by accident sort of amount to this public service. It sounds like what you're saying. Is that with a consistent message coming from businesses that they're almost taking on a role that we would expect elected officials to play whereby they're sending a consistent message of be safe. Stayed home or here for you. It's about family and friends. They're almost taking on a role that many people have been asking where we seeing that from our elected leaders. That's I totally agree. I so I. I wrote a story a couple weeks ago now which I think. Now in retrospect it seems clear that I was super depressed and despairing but also a sort of holds true that it's just like what's comforting if anything is comforting in this moment of like so little comfort and in this moment of seeing people storm the State House or you know flood the beaches the idea that companies which like would on in the short term perhaps benefit from us. Predicting this whole thing wasn't happening just continuing to go to the restaurants and by the products them taking on this message is yes again sort of a public service John. These days we hear a lot about a new normal or a pre corona virus world and then a post corona virus world. I'm wondering what do you think that that will look like for brands and advertising? I think another trend. That's definitely going to see. An acceleration is in housing This is also something that's been picking up over the last few years where a lot of brands are taking certain functions of their advertising machinery house. That's basically the idea that I'm accompanying. I don't need to go to an advertising agency. I can just do it myself. And the result of that means more job losses in the advertising industry. Yes exactly precisely that. So when you look at these situations. This requires a fast response. The coronavirus came and everyone out of nowhere and so they had to do it. Really fast so I was talking to Anheuser. Busch's global CMO and and he was talking about how when it happened in China. It was around the Chinese New Year time. And if they had waited to go back to their agencies that would have taken forever they had to really up and their messaging right away and they did that internally through their internal agency and so yes. What I'm trying to say is at agencies are in dire trouble so we're seeing a yet. Further decline of the Madman era yes the crescent of that decline. Meredith at some point. I imagine these brands are going to start saying we can't keep making these same ads over and over. Should we be watching for the next batch of ads that we see say as kind of like an Early Warning System? Kind of signalling. That maybe the economy's going to open or it's GonNa Close. I mean in a way are like the canary in the coal. Mine to tell us what's going to be happening with the economy. That'll be really interesting. I think it's going to be a little while before. We see anyone saying that. We're going to get back out there on a level from advertisers. Because it's just it's so much more risky position than saying that you should stay home but in terms of funny ads. I do think that's the wave that we're entering now of people trying to you know. Put a smile on people's faces and alleviate some of this just like grinding and crushing anxiety everyone's experiencing so I think we're there but I think we're a really long way out from a national advertising national companies saying it's time to come on down. I don't anticipate any come on down. Ads FOR BURGER KING. Anytime not not quite. But we'll see I could be wrong. I'm around a lot is a senior editor at the goods by VOX. You can find our work at DOT com. Thanks so much for coming on much. And you do is a senior reporter at business insider. Tonya thanks thank you. You can find more. Tania's reporting on how Corona viruses changing advertising and marketing at a special website read dot Bi Ford Slash. The T. Y Y. You're there consider subscribing to business insider and a special thanks goes to you our listeners. This episode was a bit of an experiment. And we'd love to know what you think about it you can email us at bt Y BE AT INSIDER. 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"john galore" Discussed on Household Name
"In the world of whiskey and Bourbon the good story in these important as the actual drink itself especially when it's an important one. It's odd to say it this way but it's a whiskey with a mission behind it and I think that it will continue to be that long long long after. I'm gone every time someone orders Jack. Daniel's Tennessee whiskey. They're helping to keep his memory alive. That's been the case for more than one hundred and fifty years font is creating the same legacy for nearest green everyone. I want to let you know this is the last episode of our. Let's hell it winter season. Thank you so much for listening and just you know. We are already hard at work on several news stories and we'll be back with a full season very shortly but until then be sure to keep an eye out for some bonus content and other stories. We're going to be publishing in the coming weeks. We think you really liked them. Don't forget we love hearing from you. You can reach us in so many different ways. There's the brought to you by facebook group there's email bt. Y BE AT BUSINESS INSIDER DOT com. There's twitter you can even call and leave a message at six four six seven six eight four seven seven seven share any thoughts you have about the show or tell us about brands in your life or ask a customer service question. That was just my answer on air. And if that isn't enough wait there's more subscribe to our newsletter for more about the stories you've heard on this podcast for the latest updates on the stories. We're working on and for some behind the scenes photos from our production process. And please stay stay healthy. Thanks for listening. This episode was produced by me with Julia. Press and Sarah Wyman special. Thanks to any of Dula and Clara Vendettas. Bill Maas is our sound engineer. Who makes these episodes sound? So darn good. Music is from audio network. John Galore and Casey Holford composed our theme. Our editor is Michaela. Blind and Sarah. Wyman is our show. Runner brought to you by is a production of insider audio..
How Studio 360 Got Started
"Hosting studio three sixty Kurt. Anderson Co founded. Spy magazine was a writer editor. Columnist design and architecture critic and playwright. He'd also just written a novel turn of the century which came out in nineteen ninety nine. The Britain plays. He worked for television. I mean he just was a renaissance person in the arts and in journalism and that was exactly the kind of person we were looking for. That's Melinda Ward the former chief content officer for Public Radio International and creative studio three sixty. And here's Julie Bursting again. I remember that lunch that I had with him when I was interviewing for the job. And he said you know. I've been working with a vocal coach to try to get me to not sound like I grew up in Omaha. That didn't work. Well I said to him. We're firing that person because you need to sound like you if you sound like just yet. Another announcer with a announcer voice. This show is GonNa fail so you gotta sound like yourself. Good Morning. I have realized over the years that I am always. I think much better at this. If I've worked out for Sunday off my super villain name. I speak Spanish. I'M CISCO I need. This is a child to crew. I had a forty five this record in. Oh this is the end and I'm curt Anderson. Thanks very much for listening so for me I was. I would always record Kurt in his sessions and I was in some of his first sessions. And you know he was brand new at doing it. He wasn't sure what P popping was. He didn't know how close to sit to the microphone. He didn't know what a pickup was. It was fun to help someone figure all that stuff out in the interviews. I felt like it took them awhile. Loosen up I'm just GONNA say that. Pairing Him with interesting people felt like the best way to use him so in those early days we just looked for really cool funny interesting people for him to sit down with and that got him excited to come into the office and into the studio and do that and I still remember the day that season Santana came in people do feel a turned off or or indifferent. two images of horror and and war and suffering that they see in that they feel indignant about I think it's comes not because they're blase but because they feel impotent or powerless and I think that's perfectly understandable reaction and I saw Kurt in our conference room and the look on his face of sort of terror was really powerful but I knew he would do a great job but I could see that. This was like the first person we've ever had in the studio that he was a bit in awe of it was just this powerful show about how artists have looked at war since homer and she was phenomenal and he did a great job. Do you feel okay about the new. Whatever you say okay. We show him how current into a lot of different situations that require lots of different levels of sort of being alert to possibilities. We just through so much stuff at him and you know it's a different kind of show in that. He didn't generate ideas but he would rarely say no. I remember doing this segment on sky. Come up with this talk show within the video game halo and we had. Kurt like go and be like an Avatar in the game. They're shooting I'm trying to defend us here. Your need to move faster Kurt. I'm sorry I mean it seems funny to think about it now but like at the time it was super crazy and cutting edge at this guy had figured out how. Sorta hack the game and had this whole virtual reality six months after Katrina. We planned a trip to go to New Orleans. Really figuring out how they were going to try to solve this problem of of how to. Kinda rebuild the city and what the design questions were around at all. The water is gone now of course but the wreckage. That remains is absolutely shocking. Presumably the people in this neighborhood are among those who a great many of them majority perhaps didn't have that's right. They didn't have a choice. I think that's one of the great travesties of Katrina went on a trip to New Orleans for a few days to kind of produce it and get all the different voices together. But you know he's always been really passionate about design and kind of see him step up and really tap into the the human element of what was going on there. It wasn't just like an architecture is it was about people's homes and lives. It was really interesting to see him in that element because so often he is just in a studio and actually one of a favorite memories of working with them in the studio was a program that we did In two thousand fourteen and it was our nineteen fourteen episode and we produce the whole thing as though we had been on the air in nineteen fourteen and today's program we present to you through the medium of radio some singular developments taking place in the arts today in literature drama music and the media. Moving pictures new technologies and new ideas are changing. What we the American people create and how we are entertained. He delivered it in the crazy. Old Timey Voice. That people use stood us for broadcast announcing and our technical director at that time. John Galore. Who brought in a megaphone? Like a troll off Warne and had Kurt record threw it into the mic to compress everything down. I mean I've seen Kurt Geek out on many wonderful occasions but I have never seen him geek out that joyfully. It may not be too old to speculate that later. Generations will look back upon nineteen fourteen as a remarkable year perhaps as a year in which the twentieth century cruelly began. This week on the PODCASTS. Were looking back at the early years of studio three sixty which is drawing to a close after two decades of covering arts and culture on the radio after the first year on the air the show was finding its groove and its audience but then in the fall of two thousand one. The unthinkable happened. There has been an explosion at the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. The upper floors of northern tower at the World Trade Center has experienced an explosion studio three sixties original offices were at wnyc in the municipal building at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge just blocks away from the World Trade Center. I remember coming into work in. Minneapolis and hearing on the radio about the the hit on the towers and then coming into PRI and of course the WNYC studios were right under. The twin towers are right next to them and the that a lot of people took came up under the twin tower so we were horrified and terrified didn't terribly worried about a whole. Wnyc staff and studio three sixty staff you know found out later that Julia Burstein had been in the office and she had had she'd left. Wnyc had to walk all the way up the west side of Manhattan to think it was her brother's apartment or something to call day and coughing and choking and nobody knew what was going on.
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"john galore" Discussed on 600 WREC
"We'll ever in the long night. Well, thank you so much to iheartradio into all the listeners and fans for voting I'm Jenny at masked one of the producers on the project, I'm accepting this on behalf of Stitcher and marvel and the entire team behind will bring the long night. I really wish they could all be here with me, especially Ben Percy, who wrote a brilliant script. And of course, director Brennan Baker who with khloe Prasino's made the town of burns Alaska, come to life through sound. This would not obviously have been possible without marvel especially a Daniel pink and Chloe Wilson. Thank you also to Dan Buckley joke Asada for letting us do this. Thank you to our crew. Emily Pontecorvo, Colin Alexander, seventy Kariuki Carly criminal. Frank Cooper are casting director, Shane Markowitz and our amazing cast, especially Richard Armitage. Who was incredible as we'll Verena down to do whatever needed to be done to get the tape. And finally, thanks to my team at Stitcher. Specially Eric dean, Chris Bannon Denisot, Peter clowney, and the Reverend John galore and a very special. Thanks to my husband. Chris I love you. Thank you very much..
"john galore" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Welcome tonight fail. It's fun to know that the whole town sometimes wakes up at the exact same time sweating and screaming for joy, very fatal murder elevates a murder from a regular onum killing to a crime. So gruesome and compelling that deserves own podcast mission to six rebellion against the sinister incorrupt federated alliance grew stronger and the fate of the galaxy hangs in the balance. An iheart radio podcast award goes to. The long night. Wow. Thank you so much to iheartradio into all the listeners and fans for voting. I'm Jenny rattler masked one of the producers on the project. I'm accepting this on behalf of Stitcher and marvel and the entire team behind will bring the long night. I really wish they could all be here with me, especially Ben Percy, who wrote a brilliant script. And of course, director Brennan Baker who with khloe Prasino's made the town of burns Alaska, come to life through sound. This would not obviously have been possible without marvel especially a Daniel pink and Chloe Wilson. Thank you also to Dan Buckley joke Asada for letting us do this. Thank you to our crew. Emily Pontecorvo, Colin Alexander. Stephanie Yuki Carly criminal. Frank Cooper are casting director, Shane Markowitz and our amazing cast, especially Richard Armitage. Who was incredible? As wolverine and down to do whatever needed to be done to get the take. And finally, thanks to my team at Stitcher, especially Eric dean, Chris Bannon Denisot, Peter clowney, and the Reverend John galore and very special. Thanks to my husband. Chris I love you..
"john galore" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Overcast skies. Thirty seven degrees at nine. Oh, three. I'm Sloan Martin w news. It's our top story. Chaska screen town reopened last night. One thing after it was shut down by Carver county. Authorities over discriminatory comments by its owner on Facebook. Matt done posted a memo to employees calling for zero tolerance to be shown to Somali customers. Done is apologize telling WCC's Chad Hartman, he was referring to a small group of what he called troublemakers in an incident last weekend and not Somali Americans in general, and for me to have said it in such a generalized term, even in a small memo to them was inappropriate to say, the least and the Somali community, and everyone that I offended has my apology for for that as part of the settlement with Carver county scream town is using its own security rather than contracting with sheriff's department. A family court. Referee has ordered Minnesota congressman Keith Ellison divorce records to be unsealed as he runs for state attorney generals, the divorce records of Keith and Kim Ellison will be made public next week recently. The congressman was accused by his ex girlfriend of physical and verbal abuse. Minneapolis divorce attorney FRANZ Davis explained how divorce documents get sealed in the first place. It's usually requested. And usually both parties have to agree. And and nobody has to object. Davis is not connected to the case, but says in his experience unsubstantiated claims of abuse can sometimes be brought up in family court and found in court filings in the family court, which is in the civil court people oftentimes make allegations of abuse that haven't been prosecuted by the county Ellison's attorney released a statement following the ruling saying miss Ellison has been clear no abuse happened before during and after their marriage, Ed, girl, and ARIS WCC. Oh, two people are charged in connection to. A string of robberies including one in which a Minneapolis. Musician was shot and wounded thirty five year old Natalie box of hibbing Minnesota in John L. Butler of Louisiana are charged with multiple counts of aggravated robbery and second degree assault. In one case. Aaron Lee known as Hicks and his girlfriend were robbed in a popular area of northeast Minneapolis on October fifth as they made their way to the three thirty one club. Whereas banned the red daughters was set to play the Star Tribune reports. Lieber Baynes hospitalized in stable condition after undergoing three surgeries the Minneapolis. Police department says more charges are expected both box and Butler are in custody. The Saint Johns Saint Thomas rivalry is renewed again today in Collegeville less than a week after the death of legendary Janis coach John galore dean Saint John's again has a team of more than one hundred players with current Janis coach Gary Fauchet continuing galleries tradition of never trimming the roster. Sometimes we get criticized for having a big squad, and you know, for letting guys out who maybe aren't great football players. But we're giving them the opportunity to play a great game. And and I think that August back to which John preached dine Sunday at the age of ninety one..
"john galore" Discussed on Katie Couric
"I mean, it worked for Donald Trump eight years later. I don't really think Sarah Palin could have avoided network news anchors in two thousand eight. In fact, it almost seems quaint to think that campaign managers, ten years ago really thought it was imperative for candidates to be interviewed by a network news anchor to be challenged. But today not so much Brian. Yeah. Today, why subject yourself to challenging questions and potentially a bad performance? When you could just go to a friendly outlet or not going to any outlet at all, just communicate directly to your supporters. So clearly we have entered a world where tough interviews might not matter or might not even happen at all. Does this mean I'm not needed Brian, definitely needed next week. Katie for part two. Of our special documentary. That's right. When Sarah goes, rogue McCain had south and Donald Trump picks up the pieces a big, thank you to our producers. Steven Ballantyne. Oh, and the right Reverend John galore. At fact, you of course to our whole team at Stitcher. That's John Palmer, newer Richie Jared O'Connell Chris Bannon many, many others. Thanks also invisible studios and the air wolves in l. a. and scripts studios in DC. They all helped out with recordings for this episode. And finally, thanks to Beth demise. My phenomenal assistant who also keeps me fed faring important and Julia Louis who handles all things social media. For me, Mark Phillips wrote our theme music Katie Couric and I are the show's executive producers. You'll find Katie all over social media. If you search Katie Couric, especially Instagram, and I tweet from at Goldsmith be we'll be back next week for the second and final episode talk to you then. And thanks so much for listening..
"john galore" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"Yeah but i don't wanna i this isn't like a big thing for me is a small thing on the small medium large is small thing for me this is my big time to reiterate that matt is gimblett there is no gimmick without our partnership let the record state that and as for our history it is being written i guess right now we'll see how many of you are there out there listen to this perhaps you're one of dozens who had the tv show and found you were here maybe you're one of millions as of this recording you don't know we'll be talking more about it though and all things gimblett future episodes of startup we'll have a new one in the feed in a couple of weeks and more after that if you're coming to the podcast from the tv show and you enjoy these episodes you can go back to where the star i began by listening all season one of start up and you have a lot to catch up on also next month we are launching the seventh season of startup which now embeds with many other companies and founders and addition to our own that season launches april twentyseventh and by the way ed gimmick dot com you can find so many other podcasts we have launched a lot since those early days there really good i'm really proud of them check them out give up media dot com that is it for our mini binge season of start up i'm alex bloomberg this after show episode was produced by luke boulogne it was ended by devin taylor lisa child molly mesic and me andrew done mixed episode diversity report was produced by me and eric mental edited by peter cloudy and caitlyn kenny music was by mark phillips and john galore along with his bandmates jordan skill sam merrick and mcgregor to subscribe to start up good apple podcast or whichever app you use or check out the website.
"john galore" Discussed on The Paris Review
"This podcast as a coproduction of the pairs of you in stitcher our executive producer chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john galore and me nicole ridic our production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff leaves and matt levin our advisory board members are toniann fernandez lien chapped and it jio mas oto and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound designed by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who plays piano organism waterfront with mike brown on base shishov odd ishmaeli and sam ospel bottom drums and robbed schwimmer on the how can continue special shadows to speak to doug gould a tear note records and more had city north carolina were david said there's was recorded if you liked what you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher or apple podcast or wherever you get your audio fix and if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the paris if you don't work you'll get access to our full digital archive going all the way back to nineteen fifty three and four print issues featuring the very best new poetry fiction and interviews delivered straight your door on good old fashioned ink and paper thanks for listening terrific okay thanks a lot bop stitcher here's a preview of what's coming up in the next episode of the paris of you podcast paroled another joy and smoke debt and remove my shirt and fed the fire apprehensively and sat on the bare floor of the cabin in growled and rocked like a baby oh testimony fact feeds her story dark and winding road my thoughts turn to the primitive longings of early man and i searched in my heart for some remnant of primal want in this and because i was looking i found it plus archival tape of george putin's visit the hunter as thompson at his home alfarm lou what we talk about what are you.
"john galore" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money
"That's my friend danielle her baby is due next month and she'll finisher masters in early childhood education later next year that saxon money is a listener supported production of wnyc studios in new york i'm based at the center for investigative reporting an in reveal california our team includes katie bishop annabel bacon emily vote team and andrew done the reverend john galore in st louis but are the music i'm on twitter anna sale the show is at debt sex money and find us on instagram and facebook to yemen already having a friend in recovery has taught me so much when i've been going through stuff including allow the great sayings danielle's picked up in meetings at personal favorite don't should all over yourself darn shuttle earlier south yes ethical it's very much like your should list day in a way yes so they can mat but it's a little bit more edgy is a little bit edgy putin editing on the word shit right time in a sale in this is death sex and money from wnyc death saxon money is supported by ninety plus sellers one of america's fastest growing wine brands as a modernday negocios on ninety plus sellers bottles great winds from acclaimed wineries at a fraction of the price with a simple philosophy always a great wine you can get their latest winds delivered when you buy online or sign up for their club visit ninety plus sellers dot com and explore a world of fine wine for less death sexandmoney listeners get free shipping on their first order using coupon code dsm.
"john galore" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"As they should not have obeyed one person collapse sure the this is just a reporting from one night of the show john in sylvia's a predictably though the audience always voted for the baby night after night but the voting part fuels arbitrary and a little sadistic like up to the whim of the universe which is maybe how it feels in real life i mean the the one thing is that the ending of the show biz truthful to like bar lymph experience because it's actually what happened to us on day so we got lucky and and we realized that we appreciate that because it's not always everyone's outcome sylvia's baby girl christine is about a year and a half old and john's twins now have a little brother named luke is almost two boom we know there are all sorts of outcomes to fertility struggles and we want to hear yours tell us at longest shortest time dotcom in the comments for this episode that's episode 1 fortyseven we'll also linked to resources there for people struggling with infertility infertile was originally staged at the ucb theater where john in sylvia's still perform in those clips you also heard the voices of anna kelly gary jackie jennings ben remake and matt rubino this podcast is produced by me hillary frank with kristin clark we had production help today from jackie said geco we are edited by peter cloudy our engineers are p karem and jared o'connell our technical director is the reverend john galore our music is performed by hot moms dot gov and directed by allison layton brown began editorial support from ameri bother nado antoniak attune day enrico murthy don't forget to send us your weird parenting wins by christmas do should jesus will decide whether or not you're wind makes it into the book.
"john galore" Discussed on The Paris Review
"How late it was for pleasures like nicotine in music but how i had loved them and how i had left my grandfather i began to cry and what a new is probably a shabby way telling myself that i was crying for him when i stopped it wasn't because i was afraid of with the woman with the camino cut might think i understood the she wasn't coming i understood to that i wasn't ever going to see her again she had picked me up so gently because she had been saying goodbye that concludes the pariser view podcast episode five to see you again the pieces that you heard in this episode arm be fn me by lucy berlin which appeared an issue to thirteen summer 2015 it was read by allison frazier voyage in the dark a memory piece written and read by brian coleman it first appeared on line on the paris few daily on july twenty first two thousand seventeen sweetheart written and red by eileen miles from issue to twenty one summer two thousand seventeen on voy written and red by caleb cream also for an issue to 21 summer two thousand seventeen special thanks to the ninety seconds streetwise unterberg poetry center and to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review this podcast is a coproduction of the pariser view and stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john galore and me nicole roddick are production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff leaves and matt leaden our advisory board members for tony and fernandez plan shopped him ejiofor mas oto and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound design by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who please piano organs and water phone with mike brown on base shas amish malay and sam moskva on drums and rob schwimmer on the hack and continuum special shut out this week to michael kohlmann the engineer at figure eight studios in brooklyn who captured all this great original scoring additional com.
"john galore" Discussed on The Paris Review
"Heard in this episode my wife in converse by shelby area which appeared an issue to own eye summer two thousand fourteen it was read by donatella video grains pause at the edge of the country by erica aaron bird from issue 216 spree in two thousand sixteen it was read by keighley gates this episode also includes excerpts of archival tape from the paris reviews interview with jack kerouac at his home in lowell massachusetts the interview was conducted by arabs arroyo and ted berrigan the edited version of that interview appeared as part of our artificial series an issue 43 summer 1968 special thanks to jim sampras and the literary state of jack kerouac enter the morgan library and museum palm the archive of the paris review which houses the cadillac reloads thanks also to the ninety seconds streetwise unterberg poetry center this podcast is a coproduction of the paris review and stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brendan francis noonan the reverend john galore than me lawrence stein our production team includes lorry door caitlyn young quest in that levin with a special shut out this week to our digital gurus jeff believes jeff gross and bill irwin our advisory board members are tony and fernandez lien chapped and did jomaa's soda and cds time we got a little casting help on this episode from winter miller we also wanted to thank greta cohn who helped shape the pilots of this podcast low these many many months ago this episode was mixed in sam designed by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who plays piano organs and water from with mike brandon bass shas odd ishmaeli and sam asked about on drums and robbed schwimmer on the hack and continuing additional composition synthesizers and sequencing by casey holford if you like what you heard these sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher for apple podcast or wherever you get your audio fix and if you want to read any of the pieces in lethem's episode subscribe at the paris review dot org g they'll get access to our tyre digital archive going all the way back to to fifty three and four.
"john galore" Discussed on WEEI
"Traded for him they tried to resign him kgb deal that he wanted to be just a one year deal they tried to get him for like two years he said no i think that they were happy that they did not end of june him for more than one year which allowed them to get out of the situation there they were in with him okay very talented player there's john galore so so he got by green bay for what what is the what is the legal longterm with this guy i don't know about you had to give a two or three year deal health you want to do that but we're talking about eight games at a position eutrade war is nothing but a body he hasn't done anything we believe that brady's done with them he doesn't want to throw him the ball he is useless you have robbed rakosky who was healthy so far i don't think you want to leave yourself that then that's why i think they bring a man if they if they have the opportunity each canada norway sophie got released for hiding in injury let's say he's injured right let's say he's obviously he didn't play in that monday night football weird so why are we let allegra haydn's so they get out of you out of paying novel at that's why that is not a character issue isn't that like so let you didn't like this guy that much that you will join gene you were searching knee figure out how you can get rid valid so i'll talk of a thank god navin out guys we can't we we don't want an round so no aaron rodgers you gotta quarterback you gotta team that beat up and circling the drain really and guys like martellus bennett when the isn't doing well they become a bigger issue wanna be a leader nice guy that's the leader and everyone in the locker room no nature but uh the faces dean pay talks about being a leader like what is he ever been a he'll leader what was so.
"john galore" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money
"And spent one hundred dollars and get 15 outfits i don't know how should've said how are you that's charlie schramm he's an executive with the technology company now and based on my time with him he's also regularly monitoring the value of bitcoin on his found charlie and courtney got married in september after relocating their wedding because of hurricane alma thanks to the team at the annenberg space for photography for hosting s in la leave recorded this conversation with charlie they are in conjunction with an exhibit called generation well that's a collection of photographer lord greenfields work could explores the changing ways that people across the globe are showing off their well it's really great you can see that exhibit in new york city at the international center a photographer feet until january seven debts sex and money is a listener supported production of wnyc studios in new york i'm based at the center for investigative reporting emeryville calif our team includes katie bishop annabel bacon emily biltine and andrew done the reverend john galore in st louis for it arcane music i'm on twitter in a sale the show is at debt sex money and don't forget to send us your stories about class and the moments when you've been most aware of your class status email your story or sinister voice men out to class at debt sex money dot org there may not have been actual money in prison but charlie says there was a system of currency based on packets of mackerel and things are denominated in a mackel like a haircut as to max.
"john galore" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"Help us continue this conversation in the comments for this episode that's episode one seventeen this podcast is produced by me hillary frank with kristin clark and abigail kiel beer edited by peter cloudy our engineers are pete karem and jared o'connell our technical director is the reverend john galore our music is performed by hot moms out gove and directed by allison layton brown additional music this week from kevin mcleod and chris brisky you get editorial support from ameri baldato antoniak attuned day enrica murthy especial thanks this week to brindle narrow and taylor shields at the global down's syndrome foundation into colleen hatcher at the national down's syndrome society we will be back in a few weeks with a slate of brand new episodes look for those on april twelve make sure you don't miss when our new season drops by subscribing to our show in i tuned or stitch or or wherever you get your podcasts than please while you're there this is important rate us and rightist review raid about what your favorite episode was from the season there were boobs there were clear couples wanting to make babies there was my charming friend kirsten there's lots to choose from your reviews help us to crime those podcast charts so do it now this really help us and as always here at the longest shortest time we are looking for your stories this week we're asking for something pretty fine we know that lots of you have traditions with your kids where you tell them the story of the day that they were born so we want to hear your kids version of that story sit them down get them to tell it to you in their own words.