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"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

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06:58 min | 3 months ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Musician these things lyrics reflect really what's happening in the jungles more than anybody else i. That's a good question era for a number of field trips. For some reason my my playlist wasn't working so all i could listen to is Eac sexes albumin caliph. And so i. I find it really hard to separate anything happening in the forest from jamie rained especially the opening track is something like. Oh my gosh. That's like the opening line of the opening track. How am i going. Got that thumping pumping kind of energy and it's loud as what's happening that's happening internally in judi dench mind but he comes out so good neela simply exactly what you're saying anything it's not even when she laughs just very like you probably can't hear my nose but it's very so good. He's awesome. We should have just recorded this whole podcast with you. As judi dench people won't know like they would just be listening thinking we had judi dench on the program. Yeah i can do it. And then i'll do idris elba on the other side and people will be like oh perfect together again in borneo joe day okay. I'm sorry that's my interest the great amy. Okay i'm so sorry eddie. You're not british but probably heard too much honestly. Honestly let's cancel. Let's delete everything that we've done here. I just wanna do the address and judy pod. Please please please okay my last question. I know we're running short on time. It's mentioned that this is want borneo is one of the remaining untouched tropical rainforests which explains why it has all this biodiversity species of trees et cetera et cetera. So my question to you is what other untouched tropical rainforests do. We still half or the christian that might have been a questionable claim. I'm touched by chainsaws. But i think if you ask the dia people have bonier. They're probably walk every square anchor of that place. I there's untouched it's lightly touched by people who read the slutty less destructive tendencies than in the contemporary occupants. But there are you know the good news is. There are plenty of the hatches. We called it. We tend to call this forest primary forest company. That's a boring science. It used to be called virgin forest. That reason that's not pc anymore. We call it. Primary forest and there are other other patches. And obviously the the amazon's got some great actions of this Some left in the congo basin in africa in drc congo and gabon. And then in pumping you're guinea it really the data really the places where you have this. Decent chunks of primary untouched lightly touched forest left God they're important for by vesey. Nice okay good to know that. There's some i just had a. I had a pessimistic like expectation that you were gonna come on and tell me. Oh that's it. We screwed it all up. We scorched it all judy. Judy can't do any other wild adventures. 'cause that's it. I mean it's very hard to say that like you know i don't know i guess i get you know. Obviously that we've had whatever administration the states we just left and there's any stroke of similar people in places like i want to say a country like maybe brazil in which there are similar people that have that are unfortunately seeming to be in control of one of the most important angles rainforests in the world. I just i guess that whole thing about voting does matter. I don't want to say here just trying to be positive. Speaking of that and trying to just I guess promote some positivity barron. I don't know if you have shows coming up because of this whole delta scare. I don't know if you're putting things on pause but if there's anything at all you want to tell people about plug now it'd be the time. Just check me out on baron. Von dot com and. I'm also on on twitter and instagram. You know if you if you google me. You'll probably find what you're looking for most likely excellent. I super appreciate you. Watching dench is wild borneo adventure discovery plus and coming onto the show. It was quite extraordinary. It was extraordinary to have you on the program today. I really do appreciate it. It's a toy to talk to you. And eddie anything you want to tell people about. Please do watch. The show was a great It was a great introduction to bonnie. You're going to see some stuff that that you like him now and learn a bit. I learned a bit and There are lots of good organizations working to try and save those cars the animals in their sela game to google and and look the good organizations that are doing good stuff then any organizations you wanna trash any clown organization stand against punk or yeah punk ass organizations label them now. Okay you can pass no paddle. Oh no i had to do it. I'm so sorry to do it. No thank you both for real so much. And i'll talk to you next time. Have a good one bye and of course if you wanna watch judi dench wild borneo adventure you got to do it on discovery plus and the best way to do that is to discovery plus dot com slash good bad science for a free trial. Do it today The science credits posted it produced by saying but kushner supervising evansville darby reverse bica failed allen booker ban books coordinator jason and baser liberal studies by..

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"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

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07:23 min | 3 months ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Back to the. I have to ask about sunbears because i think they might be my new favorite animal or i guess top three. At least i had never heard of them before. If you haven't seen the show they say they're the smallest bears in the world. Just that sentence alone captures me. I'm already engulfed. i'm in. I thought the smallest bears were gummy. Go ahead what. I said while eating bounce from continue what you were saying. No i love that Yeah so. I don't know i just wanted some more information about sunbears. I could've watched the whole thing. Just about sunbears. It made me so sad when they said that they're killed for medicine can you. Can you tell me about that show. Yeah that that they were good shelter even my family. I got little kids to our house like. Did you see this baby. Someday i shut the half on there with the papa was his name papa bear that he was up assam luckiest guy in the world in all his best friends are sunbears. Some says ridiculously cute. That yeah it's really a shame in they If obviously lost a lot of habitat because of palm expansion but yet in that hunted kadhafi for their body parts but the worst thing of all that happens to the sometimes as they they do this harvesting of of bil- of all things you know like this bear bile has this particular acid in it and attends out if you you keep the bare alive but in miserable conditions you can sort of continue to extract bio from the chinese. And it's yeah. I'm sorry to get some mobile wait. It's horrendous the that is truly horrendous abuse of animals. I'm bet is doing very widely practiced in from parts of east and southeast asia. And some have suffered horrendously because of these bears please. Yeah bear siding. Yeah i gotta get involved with them. Sort of sunday organizations just like I'm sorry this is so bored with that. Was trying to come up with some sort of godzilla joke. But i was like. Yeah right godzilla. They were harvesting the tasks. But i got. I got nothing. I got enough of this horrible. Yeah that's pretty bad. Damn th that really changes the titan. It's okay. I'm just thinking about harvesting bears for bile. What were you saying. No i'm joking. That's dumb and the camera. I wanted to ask this. Because she did say that borneo is the what she say. The third biggest island australia. The i i think actually Strata so i think it would guy. It'll count yeah that don't count continents. I'm pretty sure it would green land you guinea and then baena. Yeah because australia's the only country continent island right. I mean it is. I mean i was gonna say well. How can you just decide not to count it. I mean it it you know it hits the prerequisites. What are we talking about. You can't drive anywhere else. Yuli that's only one prerequisite for and that's the one that's only works That's really strange. so okay i and the the other one i wanted to ask about was the spiderman ants which barron mentioned before that some you know sh schmuck lazy peer of yours name. I actually. I actually don't know if that's actually the actual name. But they said it they said it in the thing. But i was surprised by this and because it squirts foam as they described and glues up its attackers. Can you tell me about that. Yeah that's that goes you know this is the strategy that of squirting something sticky and gluing up attack is really common. I mean like probably thousands and thousands of insects in bonier. That have something coming. What they have. And what. I've never seen is one that you can pick up and just squeeze perfectly for the camera and it sprays out that that's pretty epic But it's a really reliable strategy state in the ocean to. It's just a good defense strategy spray. Something sticky kind of gross in tens out things that were gonna eat to think twice about it. I mean that's also a good life advice to. That's what they say. If you're being robbed or something to just like excrete as much as you can bar whatever you gotta do actually might just yell. The words like very kind of vice pandemic white yourself pistols. They don't spray it those that's actually important. Now that's very important and gotta say i'm putting myself in the shoes of someone who is just watching someone else yell the word spray and i'm pretty freaked out like i think i would back up because i don't know just the word like i'm expecting the worst now or we can learn from niger. We we all revolt uptick from judi. Dench wild borneo adventure. Yeah i always thought. It was kind of cute in the way that i had this. I thought because i remember her describing these trees in like they were talking about how like the majority of species live like at a certain height. I guess off of the ground in these trees and she was saying something about like how. It's like a you know like in the condominium building like you go up and up and there's different things and i remember thinking like maybe it's more like a condo was like these trees like you know is is not. This is not the city the jungle of man every not earned ourselves like it's like we're actually copying how jungles operate. Am i right or am i right. I mean i think you're right as hell. But i mean what do i what do i know eddie game weigh in on this. Yeah i. I'm trying to imagine now some sort of condominium that just gets bigger and bigger as it goes off instead of smaller small. I mean the house is like the biggest room. Oh yeah that's true. That's true in that way. And then i have to remind you of certain futuristic documentary called the jetsons in which that's exactly what happens. Everyone's like what's at the bottom. I think scorched yeah. Fifth element is the same way. You go down. They have a whole fog. Like that's like disgusting zone like nobody's down there scary. At the bottom in the future of fulfillment like in blade runners. All that stuff is kind of like where the future's the jungle we're we're quote unquote beasts again by metaphor. Am i also lyric in that. Alicia key saw sue concrete jungle. I don't yeah. I think you're right. See they go concrete jungle. Where trains keys. I was just a click. That was just clip. Yeah we took. That stem the capella track. So thank you for letting us. That's here's my related question. Eddie.

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"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

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04:04 min | 3 months ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Like burn things in a way that i don't understand it but i was wondering if you if you knew anything about that. Yeah sure he's not the scientist this next level I mean he's on the show because he's a genius. Thank you. i'll take all the compliments. Yeah but i'm gonna say one of the things that are not so much in forest but you see this a lot in big grasslands countries in africa in northern australia. That what we've done as a as a kind of european society is think fire is bad what we have. We have to stop fire costs instead. We try to suppress it and not have fires and what that means that you get all this extra we call it fuel. But it's basically dead grass dead trees and stuff lying around and so when you do advise you have these catastrophically. Big fires. Seen him in california. We've had them here in australia And yeah releases a ton of carbon dioxide and perhaps more importantly the big fires kill a lot of trees. You see the same even in rainforest but what a lot of indigenous communities did that used to manage and live with fire. Is they knew when to been in the yes. They would soon as they could. As soon as things became just dry enough which means that it wasn't a lot of fuel lying around to the fis a small. They tend to be out quickly. Don't kill trees they just been the ground cover A lot less destructive. And i think it has lots of places around the wealthy. Wow we could really learn from that and start to change the way we manage fire so as soon as it's dry enough we should go out baron and i just like some stuff on fire out of the way well. Hey here in la. There's enough. i still hear fireworks all the day nabbed time and places where i shouldn't so hopefully that's you know that's actually one of the reasons. Some of these fire start. Actually people got an abc for some reason. Just got him now. It it's a tricky balance too because one of the challenges somewhere like california. Is that the for the forest service. Knows what it's gonna do knows how to been but any bending releases smoke which kind of sucks for people. No smoke is good for you and so there everyday like. Oh my god. What could we ben. But if we now there's going to be too much smoke in the cities of the number of days when they can actually burn as is pretty small unfortunately and at the same anywhere you know. We don't really think about that as much in places like indonesia but we did some some research handful of years ago about about those exact fi as you saw on that image and the the cabin is one thing but the impact on people's health. The community's health in indonesia is staggering like really a lot of extra people dying just because of the smoke from all of that bernie. Oh my lord. Are there things that we can do. I mean obviously volunteer for the nature. Conservancy i assume but you know anything else. Just because i just naturally feel guilty and prompted to do something to try to help i mean you know. Give me instructions. I'll follow him there. Some i mean there are some easy things like a lot of those forests that that judy was in around the being protected because they actually still used his forest for logging Which is not. That's not necessarily a bad thing because one of the reasons why so much forrest got cleared in. Borneo is because people stop making enough money from logging and so they started thing. I will have a whole lot and grow oil whereas she he kept on saying all. This last wonderful petrified forest and it is but it's completely surrounded by all of these logging concessions and those logging concessions do a lot better when they're certified in some sort of international arrangements that when you see. Little logo is like the forest stewardship council You're buying timber where the people who manage the forest a really thoughtful about the impact on part of that little stuff like buying citified paper. Said if i'd would make quite.

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"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

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06:50 min | 3 months ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"It freaks it really freaks out and makes what appears to be a very loud. So can you tell me how it's doing that. I'd never heard anything like that. That was terrific. I actually learn more about how that was doing that on this show that was a wonderful takeaway from this show. You should just play that clip. Because i gave a terrific explanation how rubbing its its legs against the cavity of his wings. And i'm not gonna be able to reproduce. Okay great so. Just run that clip again. Two plates right here on the underside actually have muscles to snap these like lifting a piece of plastic backwards and forwards off of what would any said there. I was curious about what were some other like some takeaways that you have to show. Yeah I thought there was some koufax overall. They had a heap. A good scientist on there. And i think that really helped. They covered up one of the things. I loved his than they covered. Everything from like the cool natural history of animals right after like global trained to do with forests and had had had signed a sewer. You know that's the thing we might not be able to tell us from watching it but a lot of people love of chaps that were accompanying hair various points where we're really good. Sinus real experts And so they went just they went just kind of like the media people Lo and india these are these are academics who who do work in that space. And though i i thought that was really good and i thought the fact that they talk a ton about the role of insects in general is gripe attempting to do a whole show on a rank fans or the coupon or you know things like that but yeah they're right. I mean insects drive at forest insects. Or what ten. The trees into food for everything else and even ten the trees into food for themselves again so that that was pretty cool. That was fascinating And i you must have been so pissed. They didn't invite you show. I mean you've been there like that's really rude and really crappy of them. I'll say it. The dung beetle was one of those insects that they were talking about. How vital it is how important it is to the ecosystem of the rainforest and case. You're not aware it. It doesn't have that name for for no reason. It literally is rolling up balls of crap all the time and moving it to a safe location where it can use it for. Its home and food. One beatles trash one beetles dung is another one's wrong. I got no mind. But you know what i mean lifeblood. Yeah it's weird but it's true. I mean they were describing it as like if they if those didn't do that that they'd be like up to their waists in animal dung like is that accurate. I mean how how does that. We're that's very i actually. That was probably one but she lines in. That feels like i don't think that's right that i've never walked through a far. I've walked through some far dung beetles and identity. Remember having to sort of wade through the feces and other animals crab snorkel. Just like a dengue moses jusuf. It's landed smell think. Oh my goodness. I hope you take that the right way again. You do look like a duck moses and it's a compliment. That's why i'm not on the show judi dench. It's just if you ever get a special the specialty in the dengue diesel. And the dog diesel. That is a great thing to put on a business card. Eddie game deng moses. I was waived of grabbing a big. I was also struck. I had never seen the thing about the the stuff that was about. The the carbon dioxide and the the sort of the the mapping that he did with the graphics and all that stuff. I never seen anything that that was like that. And he said. I don't know who it was but he said that that was one of the things that was helping. Turn the corner. Maybe for a lot of governments who weren't believing. I guess what was happening as you ever seen anything like that before. Like those graphics. Yeah that was. That was terrific. Wasn't gyco greg asna who does a lot of that We call it remote-sensing which is basically taking images from satellites from aeroplanes. He took is on an airplane and it. Yeah it is it wanna things that it has done is really emphasize to governments all around the world. How important forest off the cob and budget. None of cobb and we have another planet. Two big things happen. I guess when you turn some of that forest into agriculture like an oil palm plantation. You release a ton of carbon just because you trump those trees down but then you also don't have those trees. They're pulling more carbon out of the air and so the combination of those two things mean that if you keep forest there even a little bit. It's so valuable and say that. That's i think what greg men at ten the corner because you're seeing governments think You know the best way that. I can meet kaban. Climate change commitments countries. That have made them stop chopping forest down. It's enough to stop. Driving is enough to stop doing all this other stuff. Just stop shopping forest down which the some places easier than than other options and schoof that. That's what i get i. Those are my sounds. I make because you know i have two children. Two little children and my toddler will the most toddlers but my oldest loves the movie rio right not the best. However there was a sequel. Rio to the prizing. -ly there's a lot about poaching and farming and these people who are out there and all of these different jungles that are burning the jungle intentionally and that was another thing that was really docking in that in the the graphic where he showed all that data light footage of all these different burning and lens like the global fund us. You know. there's that song this girl is on fire. And i'm like what girl mother earth. So here's a question for you eddie. Game i'm here in california you know and we have fires the time by my today. When i was out i was like. Oh we just like that that thing where it's like. It's not just my allergies. But i'm like i'm breathing in things that should have never been burned you know even by they're starting to talk about this thing and i was curious about you. Know if you have heard about this and other cultures indigenous cultures around the world about.

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"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

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03:48 min | 3 months ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Show about speaking of bugs. I do have to really unfortunately ask about them. there's a centipede they're talking about that. They can kill a human. So i gotta bring that up i mean is that have you come into contact with that. Can you tell me how they kill. Humans like what the f. f. eddie game. Fortunately have not. Come into contact with that centipede or any deceased humans as a result of centipedes but When i worked in the pumping you guinea to and a similar in some ways and they have a senate data that they co chop off your arm because if the pain is so bad that you that you would rather chop off your Continue to live with. I have no doubt that. Said if he'd bites are incredibly painful. And i have no desire to encounter. Have you had to encounter a lot of some of these poisonous species and got the worst of it. Yeah you sound like to me. Like a veteran basketball player. Who like you know when they talk about their injuries. It's like you don't really the details. But they're like yeah. I've had a broken ankle three broken ribs. Like my wrist sprain. Five times it's like is that your. Do you have just like a medical history. List of few scars. Wanted one great one from and they have these big big hornets. It is beautiful. Big golden horn house brought at the end of a day of far made it successfully through eight hours of forest walking without any injuries. And i could see the camp and i got bitten by this horn and not too bad but it must have had some toxin because it started sort of eating away the flesh of my alma. Two days later i had this big hall. I'm mike yet. How did what happened next. He asked me just. I went to hospital or they sort of cleaned out. All the dike. Flesh tried to all the toxin as possible and yet healed five. I got an from him. How are they not getting bitten. How are they not getting injured. I just assumed that was going to happen. Any second hour of dame judi dench even those insects wait. That's the queen like. She's been of lisbeth and victoria. We can mess with her. We just can't get there's like a weird there's a force field as she walks through borneo of just like everyone pays their respects they bow and then they just go on their way inc. That's right it was just sort of communist. Just follows her everywhere even when they took the they sort of cut to her travelling companion at one point and he only lasted two minutes before the thunderstorm k. Road into what we gotta get outta here here. That s the rain coming. I think we better get out of here. That was something that i had to put the The subtitles on. Because i couldn't i didn't understand how she described him at first but she said i brought my chat and i was like oh i think she i think she said boyfriend but like in dench you know. I brought my chap. And i'm like i wonder how many chaps all around in every jungle just like you know the south american chai this part of the world coke every hemisphere. I've got shops in different. That's very silly. The symphony we were talking. You were talking about the the sound of the forest like a good forest has the right sound you're describing and there's this awesome sequence where i'd like six pm. I think that was the name of the cicadas. If i remember six. Pm they really can you see..

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"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

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08:28 min | 3 months ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Welcome to the good the bad and the science the show that breaks down the science of television and movies with a comedian and a scientist today. We're discussing judi dench wild borneo adventure. So i'll ask about orangutangs coupons and dung beetles. Hi everyone. I'm your host edinburgh. And i've got to wonderful guests joining me today. My first guest is an actor. Writer and comedian. You might know from shows like gracie and frankie mystery science theater three thousand or a personal favourite the negros with baron von an open. Mike eagle welcome to the show. Baron vaughn oh hello hello am either bad. You're the good. I am the good bad. Because i feel like our next guest is the is the scientist science. That's correct but bad in like a cool way like oh yeah jazz catholic. Baia like that kind of arun like leave that alone whole song. Okay actually. this is a great transition. Because i wanted to listen. We've discussed a lot of movies on this podcast and you are killed in one of the funniest movies of all black dynamite. One task introduction. You were killed in one of my. I had i had to bring it up. I had to say it. And i know we're not here to discuss that movie at all. But did you know while you were filming. How like incredible. That finished product is going to be. What was that experience like. Well ethan. i don't know why. I'm surprised that you're such a super nerd but you know the thing is like i'm i'm i'm quite honored that you noticed some things that they've done. Yeah when i read the script. I thought it was one of the funniest things that i've ever read. And the script in itself works on all those levels that you see in the movie like in the script. They're very specific when it's the actor who is playing black dynamite. Now it's time for love seeing the actor playing black. Dynamite clearly is uncomfortable doing the scene as if it's just in his contract and i'm like wow they're like really like not only the characters in the movie but the actors who were playing the characters are also part of the whole thing and i was like this is brilliant and it ended up being better than i thought it was gonna be. Yeah i was blown away by that movie. And if you haven't seen in your watching slash listening to this do yourself a favor and watch it after this. It's unbelievable barron. Yes speaking of judi. Dench is wild borneo adventure. You gotta really similar new. Show coming out right. It's about to premier. Called baron. Vaughn wild beverly hills adventure. Is that correct. No not at all I wish that was correct. But i'm going to be staying inside. That's that's what. I'm going to be doing right now. Yeah got it. Oh doing your podcast now. And then which. I heard a little bit of yes self is with itself. Yeah by propensity. Kate shows up again. 'cause it's just about well clearly we're in an unprecedented global situation and everyone has having to deal with it as they have to do with it. And obviously it's a bummer. But the point is we're still here and we still have to be here so i'm curious as to what it is that people are doing to get themselves through. This brings up for them. And and what's just been helping them you know who's been helping them the ideas what they're reading all that kind of stuff like that's what i'm interested in because i need to. I need help. I think like everybody else. Well it certainly helps me to listen to you. I'm sure many people feel the same and speaking of getting through this weird time. It's a great transition to our next guest who's on the other side of the world getting through the same thing so i'm very interested to see how he's dealing with it. He is the lead scientist for the nature. Conservancies asia pacific region. He is responsible for ensuring that the conservancy remains a world leader in making science based conservation decisions. Welcome to the show eddie. Game a thank you ethan. I'm having my own out island adventure here because locked down. Currently in brisbane in every one of my neighbors is decided. That's the perfect. Time to pull out pal twos and back. So you're going to hear the the symphony of Angle grinders in particular soils while we do this how great while also super parallels show that we saw I mean i have so many questions for you eddie. First of all we talked a little bit before. The podcast and barron agreed with me. Your names great. It sounds like a movie in and of itself. Eddie i'm baron vaughn. It's rare that. I meet someone with the name better than mine could have done over. That could not to eddie game. I'm sure it helps you raise money or something like if you just play the game dot org. I don't know how you do it. But i'm delighted to have you on the show and honestly i could probably do a whole pod just about your life i was. I was reading some about you. You've been in over twenty different countries. You've helped innovative methods to projects diverse as community protected areas in melanesia grazing management in northern kenya snow leopard conservation in mongolia forestry strean indonesia and catchment restoration in columbia so first off holy frigging mackerel. Secondly iva podcast. So i'm like super educated and should but for people listening what is catchment restoration. Well good question. And i just on my name. You wouldn't believe it goo. Google told me it wasn't a real name when i tried to set up a google account and that's a made up name. I had to provide six points of of evidence that it was actually my name. You are not back. No one can have that Cashman restoration well. I guess in in sympathize with we've screwed off so much vegetated with cleared so many trees from catchments and the and the catchment is the area that water drains into a river or a creek fromm and as a lows across the surface density. Trees basically runs really quickly picks up lots of sediment and other crap and it ends up in the river catchment. Restoration is just planting trees again to slow that water. Running into the into the creeks basically. Wow okay awesome. And i mean that seem super important especially considering considering this documentary where it seems like planning trees is the best thing that we can do for the planet right. Yes i mean. Trees trees did figure out this trick of taking carbon dioxide. Out of the actually. Correct me if i'm wrong but you been to borneo. Is that correct. I've had the great fortune of spending a lot of time in many of those bars. Judy organic pretty familiar. Some of these characters were familiar. I haven't been put up a tree like she was but And i and my trips don't usually start with champagne and helicopters kissed. And i mean i know that we can play clips on the show so i'm sure we can just cut to clip of judi. Dench drinking some champagne. But i kinda rather have barron recreated. Do you mind doing that eddy. I'm so happy that you've actually been. Because i i can't imagine staying as contained as dame judi dench stayed when she was looking at at the at the forest at the at the wildlife at the insects is just constantly this. Oh my wow. It's the most the smallest most nuanced amazement. I have ever seen in my life. I would probably be way too loud and you know make something horrible happened like what and then it's going to be like some sort of like all the katie did evert or coming or something but like how how is it. How was it you the first time you were there..

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05:13 min | 1 year ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Week Didn't Start

"Germany reopens start. The podcast. Like Edgar Allan Poe's Raven facebook polling Q. And Non Litigating Donkey Kong crash. Kenya Cova Lama Grad Speaker. Barak Polish rules. Tom Cruise Uber Sued Big Sky. Schools live and let die running out of pot car sales looming heat. Wendy's asking where's the beef moonlighting and plans? Us TALKING TO SUDAN ABS. Korean players off the bench ex ash a covers. You'd for Judi Dench Hill Stone flack Hungary private payrolls I bere- Sin Claire. Vote restored shark fins from Ecuador. Hair Salon Thin Adele. No New Yorkers raising hell. Pa ORDER LIFTED BING new. Murder-suicide subway the shave. Kobe doctor can't stay banned books. Russia probe Pony visits nursing homes black hole. Rpg furloughed staff at buzzfeed. Google Stingy Banjo. Betsy let's assaults go snow in May artifacts shooting over big MACs. We'd win Sweden Cardinal New of clergy in wildfires in the panhandle. Shoot for saying flushable. Gas Leak Shark Fin justice dropping. Michael Flynn Earl Thomas. Far Payback and ten to coop twitter hack cruise ship workers stuck get see. What else do I have to say? This is me little Richard in Vaccine Secret Service. Quarantine boycott clear blocks tigers king. Brit talk speech. Ville heat will not be fine. Nazis made your good wine Minnesota power plant quite. Oh Back Madura plan spy chief. Bail denied close call with an asteroid. Tripoli nurses quit goes chest. Mika Vets Chrissy Teigen twitter war thou- Cina Mini Corps. Hunting shows. One more. Act GET TICKETED. Ima- that's the week. That's pretty good. I mean we were both a little stress about this one but that won't turn up pretty Nice. Yeah Killing Call it a couple highlights. Please okay in yes. I recognized a lot of Paola in my first one but I wanted to brag a bouts standby standby I mean. Can I brag about one for you? Yes I mean. Betsy let's assaults go. That's an all time. That's a top five big. I was for Belgians in the Congo. That's let's go. It's in the part. It's in the final verse of the song and it was big news but it was under reported because not directly about. Yeah I was trying to. I was trying to explain my anger in the correct stanchion and also be relevant of wordplay from that. Same verse a moment of wordplay. That really satisfied me was banned books because the story of that is that Portugal the man offered to send Alaska books. That had been banned like gatsby which was in last week story. And so I love the phrase banned books instead of banned books. So that's one. I was amazed by your to what the heck was that twitter anti took Koon So that was one line with all of because there's no sports anymore but that was one line with like all of the sports news from this week and then antenna is the star player for the bucks. A scientific Gupo had his twitter was hacked. Which is like not a big news story but I wanted to get the Greek freak in there and uses full. It was very impressive. Celebic Yeah condensate five syllable name. It's like it's like when we had Stephanopoulos. Yes like you got to try to get Stephanopoulos in the song as a matter of pride also like just because I was thinking about Cardinal Sins Cardinal knew of clergy sin was great I was. I was happy with that one. Thank you thank you when you say you like something. I dated and I was also very proud of tigers. King was that that is Roy of Siegfried and Roy died and I was thinking about. How if I said Tiger King everyone would associated with Net flicks tiger king? But I was thinking like this was kind of the Tigers King of early early days entertainment. So Yeah Yeah this. This is a good we did. We did pull it out. Yeah this this ended up a pretty good one and I think it'll be a little bit briefer than Than our recent episodes. I really think you did great work and this is getting better and better. I really think we're getting better at this and I like. I like recapping the news this way. It's a very stupid thing we're doing but I like it because it forces us because really there's only one new story now ever since mid-march completely not true it continues to be yeah it it continues to be better than anything any other way of consuming news. I can imagine so what do you do? You want to do this again next week. Ideal all right. We'll do it again. I'll see you next week. Sam Sounds good. You know what's on my board that we've never talked about because we didn't do that so live together graphics. Brock's like for groceries. Yeah that's I've never heard that before. Oh my God that's what we're recording mother's Day your mother bring you into the world and also bringing the word rocks into my life to my fair things of two thousand twenty bucks..

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"judi dench" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"judi dench" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Yes it is the Stephanie Miller show what I mean okay are you on the list tracking what is is the Fiona hill clips that they played was this getting now aspects to the impeachment they play the clips of the ana hellbent again you know my fear with helping come on for the English accent you know if if we should find ourselves in DC again this year for some reason right maybe we shouldn't us whenever we should go see her out perhaps we should cling on Instagram that he would be happy to be a happy hour celebrity guest on panel this might be in DC that we know say who can say no I'm just thinking for the a one on one meeting between your P. O. I see what you're saying yeah I can put you down yeah again I'm so sorry I was out here that day of testimony how to be more ham handed the plugs and I am the crystal point also you know you didn't seem to get it the first time so I have some action movie music that's it it's just I'm having a hell you know with that one we do that what we were doing the movie right uncle rob Reiner don't you think like right she crashes through the wall at the last minute and break saves investors amount of his life sure has come with me if you want to live right click any he's played by Angelina Jolie no saludable defect in my thinking as you could do a British accent she's an actress come with me if you want to live and then maybe we throw Arnold and just from what she said to come with her if you would stay alive Judi Dench no one thinks late by Judi Dench somebody hot so she can then come with me if you want to live Helen Arnold welcome to the movie once they arrive and then law and order is restored to America the right job attorney.

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"judi dench" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"He took no Parisian Judi Dench she's going after me it was yeah he's he was nonstop they claim it's the last time that he's going to do it a key but I mean I went out with a blind he should be hosting now don't leave the Golden Gloves again you should be hosting the Oscars Emmys and he should post everyone I work from this you know I hated Mister Rogers is a kid and I hated the fact that Tom Hanks was doing a Mister Rogers show as a movie but different then the entertainment show that was done on what PBS but when I saw the look on Tom Hanks is face when Ricky was carving up all of his colleagues and its industry you know they look of dis Gus I didn't see that really only god really look into this US district women's lives a time you lacks using you with his colleagues was a comedian I mean it although in the look it is one of his life in up read I mention motion yeah in fact you could say that it was Luke really love that woman he converted to the Greek orthodox faith which is no easy tax they have like four hours so remains you know on Sundays besides all the Greek it's not in English I don't know I would want to convert to the Greek orthodox faith he did that for years ladies why so she was sitting there laughing and Tom Hanks wasn't that surprising because apparently her hair and makeup team was ninety minutes late and she was just really rush the whole thing out but it is in jail awaiting your responses to rake he is awesome again surveys get into you cockney accent jet base okay Rickie is he didn't have that royal action he was from he had to be Vicky today that's right I number is one eight hundred eight four ray W. ABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two to save his own twelve and when you have twenty in when you have loved to have heard the conversations internally among some of these big wigs in the industry he really mail the entertainment industry also when he mentioned your friend Farrell you know he's coming after all of you all of you big wigs tolerated version you know you did nothing about it it's the first time I saw a fox news congratulating Hollywood I mean basically congratulating him for skewering Hollywood's because usually they just you know it's just the if they're the anti Christ if you're looking for increased ratings for people I bowls this is what's going to get you the eyeballs in George worried about in fact you've so given up on having a host or hostess or two with three doing it together this is what the people would be looking forward for L. wrongs this is what this is what people want he's hysterical and he should host every single show and he's making points all along the way yes it's satire that's what's so great about satire he's attacking friends and foes you know a lot of them are as front yeah definitely I can yeah if you see any of his stand up specials like humanity absolutely hysterical he goes completely after people but he's absolutely right any of what he thought when he goes after people like last night he's like what what sorry shut up yeah you did not make one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two the.

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"judi dench" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This morning how many lives his cap or applying the stuff of nightmares after a batch of skating reviews relegated to film adaptation of the classic Broadway musical to the litter box before it even opened Universal Studios notified thousands of theaters nationwide it would be sending new versions of the movie with some improved visual effects it's a move insiders say is unheard of more often than not and maybe is complete weeks if not months the force is very rare that a movie would be re issued to deter during opening weekends we spent close to one hundred million dollars on the budget director Tom Hooper admitting that he had to race to finish the movie by its release date the finished product was met with aggressively bad reviews one critic calling caps quote a sinister all time disaster from which no one emerges unscathed another writing about cats artistically it's a hairball draw of stores like Taylor swift eaters elbow and Dame Judi Dench clearly not catnip for audiences those bad reviews adding up to just an eighteen percent rating on rotten tomatoes the engine Lloyd Webber musical debuted in nineteen eighty one across close to four billion dollars worldwide as the fourth longest running Broadway musical all time also the first musical to sell merchandise I think that movie theaters should sell I saw cats the movie on the way out B. collectors out I know sign yeah I saw the movie and I and she and her guy went yesterday and she just said oh dear it's that bad yeah it improves the catch your wives cat for I mean Taylor swift's free but hand brass so selling will follow her for just for ever with the interest out by a I think Jennifer eyes had sin is going to be amazing in a recess so we'll get that view of her stayed well away from it I mean he did press pretty dead no idea what the movie is about no no Judi Dench hasn't done one ounce of process and and really this movie was a huge waste of time and money but it and I keep thinking of how you're trying to do everything in the computer why not just put caps to time these people make that damn cat suits and have a mac Wallace with the doing the stage version well I may never have you know camas you can have chemistry all the time when you're doing green screen acting in your acting against I mean I think I'm mad June if a woman had directed this probably going to get something else but I mean if a woman had directed this I lacquer devices guy rockers the finality final version of Star Wars they wanted to make more they want it it's ZZ wanted more box office from that I would think a hundred seventy six million was good but I don't know how much it costs in these movies that cost so much bomb shell was a distance distant fifth five million in fifteen hundred theater that's really had yeah yeah that's that's not that much better or either so no it was a rough rough weekend yeah wolf wolf yeah the best dog right happened to dogs is the movie cash I mean it was hysterical I forget I think it was jazz about put together some of that then our key is smart but the audience seemed to agree with that yeah well only when we get around during last for about it but I mean you know visual of fat and I saw that on Saturday in the news and I'm like all no way yeah I lost the bet on this one that we never really bad but I thought that it might be it might come through all right and you guys both were singer on the way size around because we knew in July when we saw the disasters trailer anyways got for that when we even had our little thing but when we saw the little trailer and we saw how jarring it looked yeah people could recover from that we could and we're just like this is going to stink and with that the hive mind and the internet was correct that kinda love it when when the hive is cracked and the bee hive you're talking about yeah yeah as are the the snarky people on the internet consensus was this movie is bad because this is the extended trailer it was just so what I did was really bad it was really bad really bad so I finally finished that Carrie Fisher book well yeah did you love it it was so good it was so I because I've moved on to our next book are ready but I need to go back to that one I don't know why he Kerry I guess I know why Kerry's daughter believes lord and her ex husband Brian lord were yes yes I do it as long as the basic I mean but it is such an awesome story about how Carrie Fisher put the face to bipolar and that she was passionate about it and she became passionate about the feminism of princess Leia and everything that that meant to the Star Wars universe and how she just put her heart and soul into writing in being honest and but always through the bi polar she struggled with being sober and what we find out and I think we knew this because the tax ology report came out later yeah she she had she had cocaine heroin and am in our system so she didn't have a relapse yeah but that came out anyway that was the salt of the book exactly but you like the block it it was just yeah if you are a fan of Carrie Fisher I recommend it gets called Carrie Fisher life by Sheila Weller twenty sixteen Laurie yeah and what what what I saw twenty seven it was because the ones we've never I mean even the fact Fisher's life being unlike many other lives having showbiz parents Debbie Fisher Eddie Reynolds at least you know where the mom Debbie for Liz all of that even having this show biz background but then getting as she cast in which she said yeah mom I'm going to do this space cowboy move right but she was completely the only thing that Sheila Weller could ever figure out that she she really struggled because she was so honest but never in your life everything she kept her affair with Han solo Harrison Ford in the very first Star Wars movie when he was married to his first wife not the ES screen writer yeah she really struggled with sharing that story you mean that she didn't want to she's not a dinner last memoir print the princess diaries she struggled sharing it because she wondered if she was somehow putting something on the the Han solo and Leia that it would take away people's you something that's how strongly she felt about carrying the legacy of what why was she pressured into it by the normal she she wanted she wanted to sure because she was nineteen and it very much for informed in shape to a lot of how she felt about men men that was he he was like thirty two and he was married and they were filming in London and chic and it it just was this three month amaze happening and then it was over yeah and then she later in life becomes good friends with Harrison Ford second wife Melissa I figured a last name is but she wrote the screenplay for ET I'm not either send yeah and she sent it to here send she did a lever responding never responded and he didn't put out something when she died yeah he's never said anything and I'm sure that was his publicist thing but I'm glad she told us member we were glad that we were happy we wanted and may I don't think it makes any any difference and and her brother Todd let's come back to this well just secondary room for a key he just shared a he was going to you know because Billy lord kept her mom's house that we sign wishful drinking or bright lights the HBO documentary and you came across a letter from carrying one of her desk drawers where he said the letter reads I am data how are you I'll see you soon I would call and tell you what this is like but there's no reception appear cut new senior set up new heavenly location so we didn't know if it was like yeah because she was as script doctor and she famously did a lot of things but anyway he just shared but there is such a Hollywood the way she dies and then mom dies twenty four hours later I mean you couldn't make that up in a movie all right now right okay listen we'll be right back with Hollywood speak slowly and Julia it's the.

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Cats Hits the Big Screen

Leo Laporte

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Cats Hits the Big Screen

"Following decades of false starts the hit musical cats finally reaches the big screen originally based on a poetry collection by TS Eliot a group of felines must make a one to your decision as to which one of them gets a chance to be reincarnated into a new life is one of the same group James cordon Dame Judi Dench chastened Rouleau interests alpha Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift Indian Magellan

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"judi dench" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is on right before midnight mass ten PM until midnight Christmas Eve on my favorite television station WGN TV where by the way tomorrow morning I will be talking with Dame Judi Dench about her new movie cats that I gave a pretty terrible review to the other day hopefully that will come up in the conversation at but also director Sam Mendes who is directed this phenomenal new movie called nineteen seventeen I'm pretty sure I haven't exactly compiled my top ten movies for the year yet but I'm pretty sure nineteen seventeen is going to be at the top of my list is an amazing film about World War one that'll tell you much more about no my conversation with Sam Mendez on tomorrow morning WGN TV and also by the way I'll be filling in for Worldcon tomorrow afternoon from three to seven here on WGN radio well sure the entire salmon does interview with you then it's a very very very busy movie time of year right now lots to do around the Chicago area including the show which has returned to Chicago potted potter which is the author on authorized Terry potter experience of that is at the Broadway Playhouse at water tower one seventy five these chestnut through January the nineteenth have the Warner brothers lawyers been in touch with you guys that I don't think we just keep running away different place as well as long as you move faster than they do with them as to which I don't leave a forwarding address I was wondering how you guys got away with it or you know the being able to you I mean I think Harry potter come to I think really I think is that if you know any of them were to come and see if they would see that Sam it's a show that's done from love it's definitely not you know to people making fun of poking fun of the Harry potter series it shines through that way you know fans of the series and it's a it's a tribute really and it's great because you know when you get the big Harry potter fans coming to the theater really feels like a a meeting of minds yet to be like a Star Trek convention erst our worst can there is elements fans or rest yeah that's what I wondered which is great because we'll come out and you know we'll stand on stage it looks like we're performing in the great hall because everybody's dressed as with his own tastic have the actors the come to see the show JK Rowling well come to see Joe and I were very fortunate we did get to meet Daniel Radcliffe yeah and we had a chat with him and he knew all about the show and he said that he hadn't seen it because it was probably not a good idea for him to come there he would get multitude get yeah but he would even notice everybody look what I'm I missed her first comes dressed as straight so if we get it we came in full costume yeah I get away with it they would have got some guy that the you know who's dressed up like on exactly yeah okay so we're gonna be able to hear a little of the show give our our listeners a little bit of a yeah we could we could to book one in about one minute forty seconds I reckon in about one minute forty seven yeah all these people that wasted their time reading the whole book get it all done in about a minute or so it's a potted potter it's at the Broadway Playhouse at water tower through January the nineteenth James Percy is Harry potter in Joe Mosley is everybody else they get away the fat bottom one Harry potter and the sorcerer's stone stop the book was put on as a boy because Harry potter time Harry potter he was eleven hi I live in the state of the state he was a wizard became a one thank you our court Hedwig twit twoo a message now to be for the first was that you have to go to the hope withhold witchcraft and wizardry of course in a way to get to the local school witchcraft was dream was to go to king's cross station problem free courses around straight for double what brings straight through the openness with which I'm not stupid you give me the book now on how to go to Hogwarts he made some very good friends the first of which was a young boy cold wrong we easily use what we I use big block I use the I use wicked for here MRI defy you gravity is a ginger ninja we made Telamon await guests so I can tell he made another good friend a young lady by the name of Hermione Granger hello and the many Granger who was also eleven I know you know many girls when you're eleven did you generally goes now to be honest James yeah makes quite a lot of sense actually now unfortunately as well as friends Harry also made some enemies the first of which was a teacher by the name of professor Snape hate to our he he made another anime young boy called Draco Malfoy you as well don't don't look we've only just started nobody really hurt my head take that take those I'll take that I'll be the bad guy for once yeah I'm Draco Malfoy I'm evil let's go around hitting people yeah yeah I don't like you very much either hi a strict the crux of the book the sorcerer's stone this post was done in question is something which the evil lord Voldemort will use that Voldemort I'm just appalled walks again sure thanks for your input something which the evil lord unmentionable needs to regain his evil power it is a site the evil lord Voldemort and you said your name of course I said may maybe stupid little man I was when I got my evil soy latte from Starbucks that's a very good point celebs gets the sorcerer's stone before Harry potter here is the sorcerer's stone here is Harry potter I got it before you reporters to free to be for the first time end of book one I love that that stick and it is so great potted potter is what it's called the unauthorized Harry potter experience at.

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"judi dench" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Would anyone think you know that musical and nobody knows what the hell's going on it's just a bunch of people and very costumes running around singing about how they want to go to hell let's make a movie about let's make it even creepier I mean who said who said that who set was like how can we make this even more terrifying and then pour Judi Dench which they did a duty dance they got Judi Dench in almost mass how do you do that to dean Dench my gosh she played Katherine to burn for crying out loud granted it wasn't in the BBC version of pride and prejudice but still none the less to fantastic casting except for this cat thing so we've got a lot more coming up including the rage mob comes for JK Rowling half of me is like yeah let's get some pop on a watch this mess and then the other half is like could we talk about science I mean are we gonna acknowledge that this is the patriarchy the progress of patriarchy shutting women up because it is I mean you know that's just fax so we got all that and a thousand other eleven to freely and other things for you as well that you don't you don't wanna miss a bit of that all right as we get moving on car shield unless you look I mean some people love spending a lot of money on getting their car fixed maybe they're just like you know what my favorite thing in the world is my favorite thing in the world is paying like five thousand times more than I have to for car repairs the best thing in the world like when I would have to see those people car should not meant for you partial is meant for the people who want affordable protection plans I can say than thousands of dollars for cover repairs including your G. P. S. your touch screen displays all of the sensors that are like everywhere around your car and are allowed not saying that I run into stuff but I'm just saying they're really loud and they don't need to be and sometimes it's just a little bit has the opposite intended effect.

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"judi dench" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Would anyone think you know that means the call and nobody knows what the hell's going on it's just a bunch of people and very costumes running around singing about how they want to go to hell let's make a movie about let's make it even creepier I mean who said who said that who sent was like how can we make this even more terrifying and then pour Judi Dench which they did a duty dance they got Judy decision on this mess how do you do that to dean Dench my gosh she played Katherine to burn for crying out loud granted it wasn't in the BBC version of pride and prejudice but still none the less to fantastic casting except for this cat thing so we've got a lot more coming up including the rage mob comes for JK Rowling half of me is like yeah let's get the pop on a watch this mess and then the other half is like can we talk about science I mean are we gonna acknowledge that this is the patriarchy the progress of patriarchy shutting women up because it is I mean you know that's just fax so we got all that and a thousand other eleven to freely and other things for you as well that you don't you don't wanna miss a bit of it all right as we get moving on car shield unless you look I mean some people love spending a lot of money on getting their car fixed maybe they're just like you know what my favorite thing in the world is my favorite thing in the world is paying like five thousand times more than I have to for car repairs the best thing in the world like when I would have to see those people should not meant for you partial is meant for the people who want affordable protection plans I can say them thousands of dollars for cover repairs including your G. P. S. your touch screen displays all of the sensors that are like everywhere around your car and are allowed not saying that I run into stuff but I'm just saying they're really loud and they don't need to be and sometimes it's just a little bit has the opposite intended effect.

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New Cats Trailer Out Today

Colleen and Bradley

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

New Cats Trailer Out Today

"What have you learned we've got a hot new trailer for the film cats out today it's the first long official trailer we have we have a teaser trailer earlier this year that featured a CG I cat fur and cats with boobs and you know lest you think that disappeared nope is it bowling cat suits there are animated yeah so confuse something feel it's a movie this year by the way an adaptation of the wildly popular musical cats and to the film version features James Gordon Taylor swift Jennifer Hudson injures L. but you're McAllen Judi Dench rebel Wilson and increasing the real low among others you can see counts when it hits the big screen on December

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"judi dench" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In ballet and so we're getting into B. on sat with the people around seven I was right next to Dame Judi Dench holding her hands calling like a cat with her it was just the most crazy experiencing here I am thinking that's what I think I would call that to have a crazy experience where I'd just above the cat crawling on the floor with Dame Judi Dench crazy on the set you get a lot of it on the set get home and you know what Hey how is and at work today well I got a new act cat outfit naime follow along the floor looking like a cat with named Judi Dench I'm the Bender go with him no this is me was a priority it's not just fun right next to Dame Judi Dench holding her hands calling like a cat with her it was just the most crazy experiencing here I am thinking who's gonna see this and have that moment that could be the next Jane Kelly you can hate acts the dream what what what what's the I mean there's nobody the dance between Gene Kelly in two thousand nineteen I was just thinking the same thing in the answer is no now no he can't freshen up that reference at all no Patel Baryshnikov yeah right maybe somebody I don't know I exactly I don't know right yeah they're they're really there really wasn't anything after the the big musicals what was that live in the fifties yeah but this guy male dancer the people god okay that's that's by now inspiration Michael Jackson Michael Jackson the perfect example Dick Van **** also yeah it right now merry pop right he showed up by the way do you twenty three over the weekend in Anaheim wow is that right standing ovation yeah he's in his ninety design people love him yeah he's the best man all right very good when we get back we can place a **** Mannix alcoves opening a in the G. M. A.'s right the Getty musical it's the video music or any VMAs VMA VMAs are I kick it that's right you know and to me MTV to me is still yeah with the V. jays and playing videos all day I haven't seen it since then the chancellor Lee the change it's a little bit it will look different yeah better or worse I don't know rice is different yeah coming out with real world soon okay I love that real world our live.

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Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

08:14 min | 2 years ago

Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'

"Everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And we have a movie now called all is true. It is the story of William Shakespeare in his later years. It stars my friend here Kenneth Branagh who also directed it. And did God knows what else, you know? Can I think it's kind of amazing? We were talking a little bit before about when I first encountered you which was you playing a Henry the fifth onscreen, which he directed as well as started Oscar nominations for both things. This was a Henry who was just filled with youth and vigor and was going to take on the world and everything and it was. This fresh vigorous approach to what Shakespeare is. And now, you're playing Shakespeare himself in his later years has that make you feel on usual. Unusual very privileged. Because the in a way, you know, Henry the fifth was a it was an amazing opportunity to have as a young actor, and a sort of virgin filmmaker and really was any possible because there were lots of other equally sorts of adventurous maverick figures in terms of the produces and an all sorts of other people who were taking a chance on me. I remember talking to the late. Great psalm. Go when junior when we were releasing that film in America saying cannot, please please, please. I I know I'm I'm I'm twenty I'm nobody another, but complete can I make two requests on the post police. Could you include two names, one is Judi Dench who I promise you people will know about sued they will know about and the other one pleases William Shakespeare, without whom none of us would be here. Why credit the writer well, just different additional dialogue anyway. But it was he was just too concerned about what was going. To get people into the side. No problem listening to a smart, man. He news who knew his market. But I suppose the send if things I keep sort of saying the same thank yous to people like Judy Dench shoop stuck with me through a journey through shakes. Things have you done with her? I mean we worked about together by seven times. And she's directed me. A couple of times and I've directed her. I've always learned from her and a couple of years ago, we did Shakespeare's play the winter's tale, which was really a prelude to making this film. All is true because she played Pauline a- a woman who speaks truth to power, and she puts my character in that play on a man who makes stupid mistake and loses a child as a result. She puts into the test puts into the sold, and that sort of ten ship became a starting point for Ben Elton thinking about how might Anne Hathaway and William Shakespeare's relation be after twenty years of him being away as the most famous of the agent and coming back to face the family. That's the the whole crux of the story. He's got this wife who he basically has neglected. Fully and two daughters and a dead son memories dealing with. But I always here we know nothing about what really happened in terms of what was going on and Shakespeare's life. So how does this come about that you get to play him at in sixteen thirteen when he's basically retired after the old gulp Peter burns down. He's going on. Well, belts looked at the existing facts factual as we knew them that appear in the Public Record Office. And so you'll find that on on a day in June of sixteen fourteen Joan lane stood up in the church. Holy trinity church in Stratford, and he called Shakespeare's daughter a whore. And he said she had gonna RIA and that she was sleeping with the a man who was not her husband. This is in public record quite clear. Everybody knew about it created a sensation because Shakespeare was returning celebrity and in the case of of someone so creatively prolific to come back to a tiny town. And a long way from London, and and after thirty seven plays in a great success workout, what to do even let alone what to say to a wife and daughters, who as you say been neglected, and who have if you think of in terms of the plays that he wrote we're to have plenty to say about what he might or might not have done or said in his terms. He's gonna he's gonna come to terms with how that sits, you know, the the this idea of what it's like for genius to deal with old and rely was also in the in the core of what we were trying to look at Ben Elton who did this works on in a very humorous way. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. But that's it. He's coming up and people are saying who the hell are you, you know. And I think what again one of the fascinating about Shakespeare's. How elusive he is. You know, there are probably about twenty five about him in the public record of his places. He was things that happened during the course of his life, but many people find it hard to join the. The idea of the fellow we present who may not have gone to drama school comes from a relatively lower class and REO in small country town and goes off into the world and can write plays about Rome and Egypt. And and it's Lee, and and and politics and religion and do so without having had the classical education without being as whether classical idea of genius, lured by remand bad and dangerous to know living glamorous life of public scandal. That sound great. I'd buy some of that. But Shakespeare seems to go pups, you know, exemplify what flow BAC, hold when he described the autistic life and said, you need to be boys watering, your private life and revolutionary in your creative life, and you might argue that about Shakespeare, but but that that that's sort of contradiction tension between the ordinary man and the man capable of extrordinary creative output to me you so touching so point. So Shakespeare because he he often in his own. Own place. He pulls the rug from under the feet of grandiloquent people saying, you know, what? In the end, you're all going to need company. You're going to need help at the end of your life. You're all going to require a you're all you need a support that comes from very simple contact with human beings. It isn't all about being some grand Queen or king. Even if he writes, very well about them his genius. I think he's writing about the nitty gritty in love, isn't it? Yeah. It's kind of amazing that in terms of film television. Whatever we don't really get that much of him. We really don't. So you I'm watching this. And I'm thinking, okay. Here's the he's coming home that heroes coming on, and nobody really wants them. Yes. Everybody's white says really, you know. And also that they were illiterate, basically, women just weren't taught obsoleted. So so a lot Benneton I think to give a modern voice in the film to women who. Had not been listened to. And it didn't matter to them that father, even then was lauded as the as the poet of the age, his, you know, clear and present responsibility as a parent, and as a husband with something that they they challenge, and and they challenge indeed as most families experience, even with the most high-achieving mother or father out there in the world being spectacular comeback to your own, you know, kitchen table, and you're just a member of that family and people are are unimpressed in the tension. That accrues is important one of the things I admire about Shakespeare is that he does come back to stop. But he does he does. He does fess up. You know, he he they stay married, and we investigate and explore the idea of what what it meant when this is true in in Shakespeare's will he left his wife? His second best bed and many people. Regard this great slight or a snob or in front. We take a different view that might have that might actually be a layer of meaning in that that suggest Papp's. It's a it's more than a friendly. Gesture might even be a loving gesture. The title was originally

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"judi dench" Discussed on The Ride Through Pavilion

The Ride Through Pavilion

10:03 min | 3 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on The Ride Through Pavilion

"That? No comment. Wow. Yeah. So. That sounds like that the thing is sounds like it was the coolest thing there too. I mean like in terms of that was the center of attention. But I guess I guess, you know, the end of the day, it was just a big a big plug for AT and T and why not they put the Bill. So we can enjoy this experience at the time fiber optics, pretty rat. I've heard who hasn't dreamt about surfing, literally surfing, the web within the fiber optic cables back and forth over surfer in any given moment, you're just criss crossing wave. Yeah. And then in two thousand seven we get now to this this version that we know now. The computer scenes went went away, the two kids conversing and sharing files or whatever they went away. And now we have this big mainframe scene. We see that big, you know, the computers as big as a house, and then that was my Judi Dench. Animatronic are stored above? They're in the trunk Bishop. That's down there. Asked in answer. It's. And then so then that's replaced with the mainframe scene and the garage, and I wanna point out here. I think it's really interesting that we went from what does the future hold in communication on that side? So so if you think of that part a everything that was kind of telling the history of communication it got a bit. I interrupted, you know, by here's some computers and people's rooms and just think of what the future holds this now has made with between the mainframe, computer and the whole like Steve Jobs Steve Wozniak in the garage scene. That is made computer stu- that is me technology and computer modern computer technology historical. Right. That's that's it's an interesting. Well, and also it's one of the biggest changes from the computer age on in the ride because everything before that didn't change that much updated. Yeah. But the scenes are relatively. Same. Yes. Right. And we'll talk about a minute. What we think is coming up in the future for that. And I have a couple of thoughts on that. But then the the hunting party where we see the where we see prehistoric, man. Hunting that mastodon that would turn into a three D, or at least until like a CGI three the animation thing and then Siemens now being the sponsor, they when we get these touchscreen interactive game, as we as we descend, we're now focusing on that screen ahead of us, and and you know, creating our future as or there's two schools on this in our house as there's Jeremy school of thinking, the other way was awesome. Give me something to look at. Yeah. And there's Amy's school of talk to me about me and make it about me. Right. Where you had on that. Sorry. I'm space out for like, let's spaceship dearth out. So it's on the ride back to earth. Would you rather see monitors of like talking heads or like that? Hold on hold the allowable. It's not monitors. It would you rather see like vignettes in in in like things like because I from what I can see like they were using figures and animatronic like using pepper Pepper's ghost effect all that stuff. Like in this ninety four version, would you rather see vignettes in scenes around you which could include people talking monitors. Or would you rather like play that game on the way down? I like the game. And all I want is just a little bit of update to it. Okay. Giving some more options, and like can we change our story jump into that? Because the final change was then it. The global neighborhood eventually turn into the new label global neighborhood, and then it got boarded up when a plane team main street singers, and they boarded up when when eighteen t was no longer the sponsor. And so then it opened again as project tomorrow, which is which is the the post show that we know to real quick before we jump into what lies ahead for this attraction, the exterior overlays. It had actually feel that we all skipped over hidden Mickey's, tell us about hidden Mickey's in this one I know of and they're. I mean, if you know anymore Safai Instagram Twitter. On the Twitter machine. Anyway. So the first one I always see is when you're going to that Rome where the guys are talking next to the carriage. So there's like a backpack type thing on the floor that has a blanket that's wrapped up in like a role. And then there's like a camper Cup in the one other thing. Not totally sure. But the way it looks it looks like is hidden Mickey. So there's number one one. Yeah. For cause. What I don't think in make are just like three circles because then every circle you see like has his hidden. Mickey for me. It's one big circle to small circles on the top that I mean, clearly look like making mouse. So then I only know of two more I think, yeah. Which is both in new painters room. And so there's a guy sitting at a desk doing something. I'd mixing paint. Maybe can't really remember. But there is almost like a were to put coffee mug down in the new pick it up. There's like a stay rings. Yeah. So there's some paint like white paint rings on the the table top looks like a Mickey head. Yeah. That wants intentional and then. See it's. Maybe I maybe. So then the next one is the painter painting the painting in the full fruit. There's three apples that ugly. Mickey head. Okay. That could be three circles or see. I looked at a bunch of images online just to make sure. And honestly, I are you questioning because that's too hidden Mickey's really close to each other. Yeah. Yeah. I see that. But yeah. And I I always feel like there's another one in like further down can never remember where it is. Yeah. I mean. I'm sure there's many many more. One in the garage to there's so much junk in there when I was because those are the only ones I like downed. So I looked on the internet just like maybe find some more like people are posting pictures on these websites that are just through circles. Unlike that does not mean to me, so. Yeah, those ones I know we would love maybe not the full fruit. But the other two we'd love to hear if we're missing any. We'd love to hear from you guys. Yeah. So but a snow on Twitter Instagram, just let us know. Here's another fun thing is that it's not it's not cheap to sculpture face for an animatronic. It's not it's actually been told to us that it's one of the most expensive parts of an animatronic. Yeah. Yeah. And so it would come then if that is true come as no surprise that people that Disney would want to recycle these existing. Of face molds for different animatronic. So there's a few of these there's gosh, I forget the exact count their tons of animatronic here. I mean this rivals pirates of the Caribbean and haunted mansion for sure. As far as human animatronic SCO. And so, you know, they they did this massive undertaking of sculpting, all the faces of the president's. And so it it would appear that these presidential masks or these presidential face are being reused, actually several places. And it's some of it's subjective. I'll admit that some of it. It's pretty obvious. So let me just go through a couple of them. Jane, president James Buchanan as Gutenberg. Andrew Jackson as the printer standing behind him. And that one is pretty obvious. It's it's you know, he's got like that that that longer nose, and that longer chin William Taft does that AGIP shin priest is the, you know, the guy standing off to the side. Teddy Roosevelt as the centurion. I don't know if I see that one so much actually, no, I guess he supposed to be the the guy, you know, handing off the thing to the century. Because Zachary Taylor is supposedly the century.

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James Corden Still Thinks He'll Get Fired from 'The Late Late Show'

Ellen on the Go

03:05 min | 3 years ago

James Corden Still Thinks He'll Get Fired from 'The Late Late Show'

"I think that you're unbelievably talented. I mean, you've been on four years before that like, I don't think I wasn't aware of you because you were living in London doing plays a lot of theater, and I saw you sing and dance. And do it was like, oh my God. This guy is amazing. So I thought you do very very well right away. Did you think the show would be? You know like received that Oko. No, no, no. No, I wouldn't we came here. My wife, and I our some was three outdoors was twelve weeks when we moved here. And I wouldn't I said to my wife like, we're not buying anything. Like, we rented furniture. We rented account everything in our houses. I was like I'm gonna get fired. And the only thing worse than getting five. We'll be getting fun and then left with a couch. That we've got to get rid of somehow. Right because we'll be on the first flight back to London bright just going. Well, that was a disaster. And I'm I'm not genuinely meant like when did you start buying things at what point did you realize? Oh, the shows doing very well. No, we we know what we bought a house about a year ago. And then and then it was like, okay. If we voted house, you probably account. And so you've been on for years, and then how long how many more years do you have on your contract? About a year and a half. And will you do you think you'll renew or do you do you wanna do other things? Choice. I'm not sure it's it's still market fired. I think that every day. I mean, I came in slow and thought if I come in slow they might go on that's the wrong guy. If I. Speed to the C down to say, no, I'm not sure I've no idea. How long will do it for? We'll see. We'll see how it goes. And you're going back to London to to be in cats the movie right doing the film of the musical. That's amazing. And it's it's a lot of people who's in cats Judi, Dench McCarron. Idris elba. Rebel Wilson Taylor. Swift Jennifer Hudson and. So you may be fired. Go tomorrow. I might be back here by Saturday. Eight flights Emaar nights filming. Yeah. And have you seen cats like a lot like is it pretty much sticking to the play or? Yes. Kind of it's still people being cats and how have you prepared for that? I'm very much, you You know. know, I'm I'm Don Davis. I immerse the character. You know what I mean? So what have you done? I've just been living as a cat. I don't use the bathroom. I have a little tray. And then just. You know, the whole time about that's been me. To see the

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"judi dench" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"My attic. Right under the eaves way. You have to kind of cruel on your stomach to get to. And I lifted up a sheet of insulation. I'm sitting very neatly underneath it was VHS type, and it was really dark that. So I couldn't see what was on it. But it looked like brand new been badly been touched. And so I called back out of the attic. And I climbed down the says, and I opened up this yet just type, and it was very clearly labeled as someone sex tape. And the best part about it is that it is labelled as number twenty which makes me wonder if I ever have another leak and have to tighten more insulation out. Will I find nineteen more VHS tapes? Who knows okay? So you enjoy that as much as I did because I had a good laugh about it. Okay. I love you guys. Very too. Yeah. Lou whose sex tape. Do you think it was Kate Blanchett? I was gonna say John Major could be some other British people who notoriously like to fuck Dame Judi Dench. Steady Dench fucks. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. I I this reminded me of a time that I was in like maybe like junior high. I was like feeding some cats for a for a neighbor, you know, some kind of early responsibility. And of course, being, you know, thirteen or fourteen or whatever went poking around in their house, and in a file cabinet found one Pokemon tried to fight Boko Bod cards. Why don't they put him over out yet? What would I ask the gathering, Heather cards? Dude. Can I tell you some shit, and I just found out. Sure, this friend at the flea market. I got a lot of different kind of friends at the flea market or go around to the flea market every month, you may be friends with people the all different kinds of people at the flea market. Definitely all different kind of weirdos. At the flea market like myself, and this dude real cool. Dude makes them don't pottery and his sells jewelry with his mom. This motherfucker had some couple of magic cards for sale and look, oh, the magic the gathering cards. I haven't really looked at those. But my friend Roman Mars podcast had an episode about him the other day, and he goes, yeah. I got half a million have a million magic car half a million magic cards. That's so many magic cards. They made too many. Yeah. Anyway, anyway, I imagine I. That story and I found the an unlabeled VHS tape and immediately put it in. And it was a space porn. Oh. Cering aliens and spaceman way alien. Yeah. People these were human actors holy share like really had you seen. Like penetrative pornography before my my dad had a playboy stash. So, you know, so a lot of like, I've I had seen nude women on ATV's. Yeah. Just the main thing that I assumed sex was a nude woman rides in ATV. And I had seen a kind of like sex positive for couples like, you know, how to please your lover type video. Said I was just in that was just in class set on earth. This is, but no this was the first time I had seen like like, very porn porn. And it was also in space because I remember, and I think it shaped me I didn't I don't remember seeing hardcore pornography intil until the internet was fast enough to deliver hardcore pornography. And I don't think I ever had that until. I might not even have seen it until I went away to college had seen naked people and pictures of things but videos of things, but I very vivid memories of finding my dad's like greatest playboy centerfold. Soft cover book. I guess sure. And that was great loved that..

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"judi dench" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"judi dench" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Okay. This is your final question. For one million bang. You were once voice for the turn by turn navigation app. Aways really? I was early in the game. Which of these other celebrity voice overs is real Google announced John legend as a voice for its digital assistant, the as Remillard recorded announcements for the New York subway, see Ellen Degeneres recorded dialogue for grocery stores, self checkout machines. D Dame Judi Dench is Siri. Which one of those things is true. Which one is true, which one is truth. I would love to have the honest with you right now, I need. There is a lifeline here. Okay. Here's the lifeline look under the table. You're standing at. This is like I'm getting some money. He's he's taking a piece of. Leger does the voice for Google's digital assistants? Oh, really? Oh, that's good. Terry crews, great all. Right now. He's..

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