23 Burst results for "Kate Winslet"

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Yeah, where do these edicts come from is a very good point that Juliet made. But I honestly find a huge disconnect between what the people that make the programs think audiences want. And what audiences actually watch. I mean, Joe scanlon just won the bastard, which was fantastic and much deserved. One of the top shows last year was mayor of easttown, featuring Kate Winslet looking very unglamorous and very much in her late 40s, early 50s. And I'm in glamorous middle aged woman at the center of a story. And one of the main reasons people really connected with that is I went there somebody we can relate to. That does look like my mom or me. And how big was happy valley as well? Yeah. Exactly. You know, these things, when they come on, people are thirsty for them. Mira is so right about that. She is so right about people who generate this programming, not getting it right about what people want. And time and time and time again as people are working inside this industry, we finally know you know when you pick up a script and you say yes to a job, that it's a formula. You're in another formula. Yet another television series is doing more or less what other series have done before you. And of course you do it because you need to earn a living and how lovely to be asked. Thank you very much. The fact is, those things come and go come and go, you know what, very often, the things that occasionally you do that are really successful are always successful because they're breaking the world. Always successful. They've been driven by passion project. What are the tropes you hate playing as an older woman or so seeing a played as old women or I only ever basically I play mothers just like mirrors. I mean, I've been saying mothers for a long time, like mirror, I was never, you know, never considered very pretty, which is absolutely fine. And I'm quite realistic. Your personal gorgeous gorgeous. I mean, if you are in feeling invisible, people talk about that. I thought, well, I always did feel invisible, to be honest, because in a world that objectifies women, I never did walk along a street and get bombarded with wolf of so I don't particularly notice that. I think that, but I do think I can't stop. Now, I just play on the whole..

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"The kindred breaks the mass correctly. Sorry kindred yes the kindred are the vampires the mask you know what i'm talking about real vampires. Yeah real real old real real old head snow because vampires and they've been alive for a while. Yes the the oldest heads now. Of course the the heads that are old enough to be in torpor may not know because they've been asleep since the spanish inquisition but the old old heads will remember the the finer details of the of the masquerade. I it's very dumb all right. Well you'll be happy to know. I know you don't do television lie. You don't approach it from allied stance. But you'll be happy to know that you made a right decision and watching mayor of east town. Oh did mayor vs town. Clean up a little bit tiny bit. It didn't win any big overall awards. But kate winslet did win for outstanding lead actress and the limited or anthology series or movie along with her co star. Whose name is evan peters. Yes evan peters best. Evan peters role kind of i mean evan..

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Sidenote

"Side note for ten percent off your first friggin month. Daddy snatched feeling snatched. How do you feel. I feel like this kind of conversation. Has about botox has been evolving in our life as we quote unquote. I don't know for the listeners. Feels like when do people start talking then. Getting botox. yes i was. I was thinking about while researching for this episode. I recently was talking to a friend. And they were pointing out wrinkles on people's heads and it was well no recently. Some i don't know people have pointed out to me what it looks like when somebody has talks which i've never really noticed before it's never occurred to me that about talks head for example talks head like just doesn't move and that you know if you you're watching an older person. Speak on their foreheads. Not moving it's because they have. Oh talk because it's not like plastic surgery where it's always so visibly obvious face so it's kind of just the lack of movement so now it's one of those things when you learn a new word and suddenly you hear it everywhere because i've been exposed to the idea that if you look at someone's forehead when they're talking and it's not moving and wrinkling they probably have oh talks or they have really young healthy skin. Wow okay so we don't want to we. Are we really thought about this recently. To when we watch mayor of eastern with kate winslet and so we're about to say things that are very daily mail energy because not have any founding in truth as part of science we washed mayor of east town and her forehead is moving beautifully. The most incredible actress one of the best actresses of our generation actors of our generation. I am no better than the men. Say adding dr kate winslet heads titties and take this danger my life anyway. He literally. I would actually go through her. Imdb just watch everything from start to finish if you want. Earnestly i was like well i came. Maybe but i don't know if i wanna watch vine like she okay. Mary sound objectively pretty good. Show great show because of her single project she does. It's going to make the show great. I've seen most of them went through. I was like i've seen them. I know that you're right but it's like a very interesting. There's so many other things we want to watch could watch it. If we're watching every movie lavas side note of this just like like low episode on kate winslet true talk. Her forehead is moving. her face is moving so much. It's so important then. Character itself is meant to be a middle aged out of town rough as a character older as a character and it shows on her expressions as well. Okay so then we watch interviews with her after and we go four hundred so okay. I don't want to ever more secular best actor actor of all time. We're moving on. So we were like dasa all star. What god is out to talk really start to like. Get curious about it from there. I'm going to now explain what bowe talks is and how maybe actors might plan because of the way it degrades. Oh i'm actually gonna get bo talks now because i'm on a bit of a three month hiatus from acting or on your character right like you may also want it for a movie. But she clearly was playing. A person wouldn't have had talks. So i'm saying like you're right but i'm saying regardless if you're trying to act it might be a character. I was more trying to make the point. Like you can plan botox around your acting career to pull off how it works and then that might help us understand. Why planet like that. So the bacteria that causes it. It's called close the botulinum so that is sound kind of scary but talk. San botulism toxin. No yes yes yes it does. it does. Actually a lot of people who are really into talks will be calling by like the brand names of a talks is what we're gonna be ain't j. So so the bacteria that creates a rod shaped bacteria and it produces a protein. That causes narrow toxicity. But there's many types of botulism toxin's there's abc one c to e f and g and. It's a that will be focusing on when we talk about wrinkles because a lot of these other types can be very dangerous. It was first discovered in eighteen ninety five by amir than men. God very dangerous because they're literally toxins right. So what is the perfect amount that maybe isn't harmful but people know or it's more the mode it's the type and it's the mode of getting it's like a lot of it is happening in like spoiled food so when you consume it into your gut it actually is able to go into your bloodstream and shut down your body so if you were to just consume like eat it botterill lanham toxin and again. It's all about strains like certain ones thriving on old eggs are like certain ones. Strive on ham. It was discovered from an outbreak of cured ham. Eighteen ninety five so it's like a bacteria that creates this toxin when ingested depending on the type can slowly paralyse her whole body so when you hear about botulism toxin or like just botulism sorry does the disease slowly dying because they've consumed the toxins that we're gonna be talking about injecting into your face which is a much different way of like consuming something into your body so important clarify because i think i said it wrong i never sing on. Botulinum toxin causes botulism. Okay yeah but it also is both hawks. Oh yeah it is right okay like literally as it is kind of crazy i think part of my fear around it is just that like the science of knowing.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Getting families vaccinated against cope in nineteen is an important step to bringing back joy for all of us. That's within reach now that the pfizer vaccine is proven safe ineffective for those twelve and older. This is the same vaccine. Millions of californians have already gotten california is even adding new vaccine clinics specifically for young people. Together we can end the pandemic visit vaccinate all fifty eight dot com or call. Eight three three four two to four two five five to learn more. Hey have you listened to in the bubble. With andy slavic yet. It's been a source of comfort and insight for so many people by answering all of their big and little questions about the pandemic andy. The host has returned to the show after months serving as the white house senior adviser for covert response. This many season is called in. The bubble are shot. It covers vaccination efforts and reflects on the year and a half. We just just had an unpacked. What we've learned about equality society and ourselves. This is our shot at building a better america when that works for everyone new episodes come out twice a week on mondays and wednesdays listened to end. The bubble are shot with andy slavic from lemonade media. Wherever you get your podcasts. Frank carson was a criminal defense attorney who spent years accusing police and prosecutors of corruption. Then they charged him with murder. I'm christopher gothard writer and host of the la times. podcasts dirty. John and detective trap. I'm inviting you to follow and listen to my new podcast. That trials of frank carson. This eight episodes series is a story of power politics and the law. In california's central valley new episodes of the trials of frank carson are available to find them search for the trials of frank carson. Wherever you get your podcasts. Thank you and we're back. We pick up our conversation with actor. Kate winslet my podcast colleague. Got the envelope yvonne vr. Al winslet was explaining how she navigates movie sets in the aftermath of the metoo movement. And how she looks after younger actors who may not feel as confident. Speaking out on set we are living in a time where women are instinctively holding space for each other in new ways and i feel that our voices are being not just heard differently but really really received in a different way and in terms of sort of wended. I feel like i found my voice. Listen honey. I'm just like the rest of us. I feel like i am in a way still finding it. You know i think also that finger pointing culture that went on you know. There's this sort of a a a kind of a slightly blurry moment when there was a lot of will. You can't really say that because you said this in an interview twelve years ago well comp people grow and change like now more than ever. The world is evolving. Let people evolve. Let them learn you know. Let them hold themselves accountable for things you know. It's like saying to a vegetarian or vegan. Well you can't really just go plant based because you've been eating hamburgers for fifteen years. That's just silly. While i have to tell you. And i know you get this a lot now but that first week when everything was just starting to get real and places. We're starting to go into lockdown. And my friend invited me over. And i was hesitant because i'm like i don't know if i should but i ended up going in. He made me watch contagion. And it's probably the worst thing he could have done to me like. why are you do. I had never seen it but when you were making that film did it cause any anxiety for you thinking about whether this could really happen well. I think we never really imagined that it would happen. It was horrifying to suddenly be in a situation whereas oh my god those can ninety five mosques that we wore on contagion. Oh my god. We're gonna get those net quick. Suddenly it did feel like we were living contagion and we had worked with brilliant experts. Cdc who helped us with the factual scientific side of the film and really help us to actually create the virus on. Yeah i mean they were speaking to my friends see burns. Who wrote contagion and saying it's coming absolutely coming. Take it seriously take seriously now. Did you go back and watch it at all during the pandemic. No my darling. I did not. I wanted to watch things like downton abbey and like put my socks on and you know have t i think you know. We're a nation of planet of people who the less you live in new zealand. iceland. Australia you just don't touch our faces anymore. Yeah keeping you so much. It was a pleasure speaking with you. And thank you so much. And that's it for this episode of the times daily news from the la times. Tomorrow we examine what happens when a small town builds its entire economy around a prison and the prison then closes. Our show is produced by shannon. Lynn steven cuevas and any scattered. Our executive producer is abby. Fentor swanson our editors shawny hilton. Our intern is ashley brown. Our engineers mario diaz and our theme music is by android special. Thanks to even be in the squad at the envelope. Podcast from the la times. I'm gustav arianna. We'll be back tomorrow with all.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Of what that trauma is like. I mean it just made it all the mall. Horrifying and distressing isn't change it for me. It's just amplified it horrifying and actually the woman actually no. We're going to detail about that because that could potentially. I wasn't about to a spoiler but i was about to reveal possibly something that happens in episode four but i went in the case of one of the characters who goes missing the missing person as you say. Casey bailey is a missing person. She's been missing for a year. Her mother dawn bailey Who is an old school friend of mass who she knows very very well. Her mother door is really angry at the police. She feels they just haven't done enough work to try and find her daughter. I'm that storyline of casey balian. What has actually happened to her. We did end up hearing it back a little bit because it was in fact it will. It was really extremely detailed and traumatic and actually based on a real story. The bride ingles be told us about. We did have to be very careful because we didn't want for the fine line. You don't want to tip the balance into making something that is so real that it's almost could feel like a documentary. You know i it. It isn't that it's about things that happen to real people. And i feel that the show is really embedded in sense of humanity and reality in community. It's also about mercy and friendship and compassionate. It's it's about many many things so we had to be really careful not stay away from the hobby of the show too much. In that regard there were lots of things about playing this character even the preparation of the role that were just you know with the were extremely disturbing even holding a gun. I'd never held a gun learning how to use a gun. I didn't like that partial I didn't like that. Not one bit k. I know you've said in another interview how you served as a quasi intimacy coordinator during the filming of the series. I think it was during A involving and gory rice. The young actress who plays your daughter and you mentioned how you hadn't felt that sense of safety as a young actor when those kinds of scenes it's almost like you and mayor are in positions where you're trying to stop the cycle of trauma. Did you view it that way. you know. I have to say that. Like i always take take it very seriously. The position that. I'm in as an actress who you know what my way off by started. When i was young and here i am as a middle aged woman essentially with a lot of experience under my belt and an a very profound awareness of what it means to be vulnerable. Young actor who wants to do a good job wants to please. Everyone but at the same time is still finding their voice and i think sometimes just turn into a young actress saying how do you feel about this. Is this okay and just making them feel heard and supported and having that steady hand that they're back sometimes is just enough and it doesn't always get forgotten but in the chaos of shooting day when you're trying to you know you're trying to get your shots and not lose the light in etc. Sometimes those things can get overlooked. And i've always had an awareness of what those young actors might need by way of support and i did fill out in playing man. We had a lot of young actors on this show to really the for and part of that was genuinely looking after them and part of it was just making them always feel absolutely included an equal. You know it was very important that we all had for example is going to sound like a silly thing but i wanted to make sure that every single actor whether they will cost number one or cost number eighteen had the same size trailer so everyone was just equal right off. The bat was just rule in this together. There was no hierarchy. I absolutely did not want that to be the case. And i was very lucky that i was able to help in that situation because of being an executive producer vs with. I'm gary when she had to shoot this intimate scene it was. Sometimes it's just about providing that just making this the space a little bit safer and being able to say to that young actor. Just tell me if you feel okay. I can be the one to go to the director and say actually. I'm not sure about putting my hand there. Or i'm not sure about this kiss maybe lasting that long or or just sometimes saying how are you going to shoot this just so i know what to expect. No sometimes as a young actor. You don't know if it's your place to ask those questions and of course it is. Anyone.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

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There are no assigned seats on a southwest airlines flight. That means your net seat. Seat-mate could be chest about anyone. Hi i'm quentin jenkins. I li community outreach. At southwest airlines and welcome to. It's this seat. Open on this podcast. We'll hear twenty stories from south west history from people like chief marketing officer ryan green. Leave it to southwest airlines to save the company by offering a bunch of free booze managing director of culture and engagement. Whitney achinger all of it. Coming together was probably the greatest piece of humor. I've ever seen at southwest and retired vice president of cargo and charter matt. Luckily i look back on it. I get goosebumps. Sit back relax and enjoy stories of south west fifty years of flying. Because you never know who. You'll meet the next time you hear. Is this seat open for doing. And we're back. Pick up our conversation with actor. Kate winslet and my podcast colleague. Got the envelope. Yvonne yvonne winslett how she adopted a very specific american accent for her role in the hbo series mayor of east town. Well we must talk about the accent. Eve done many accents in your career. But how did nailing down the delco accent compared because i wonder how mayors mindset of this idea of being lost in broken. How does that figure into you. Finding that voice for her and how that weighs into her voice or influences it. It's interesting because i realized that as i was learning the dialects it was definitely affecting the emotional register of the voice. I was kind of finding for matt. I'm actually how register is a bit deeper. The my own you know. My voice is quite bright. And spiky. And i go up and down lot. I guess sort of like a bouncy tone to my voice and quite clip. I think to an american air. That's how english people speak and we kind of is sort of like a snappy tippy way of talking whereas the delco is much more like that and it's like down and flutter and it sort of much more than that of a voice that exists really inside the body. I know that sounds crazy. But you know some voices can be right up in in the head you know quite nasal for example but with the delco dialect. The there's something about the you know the quality of it that's just way lower and you know kind of you know just it's still sort of in entrenched in houma was you know. Sort of embedded emotionally into her. Because she did she was born there. She was raised there. I had to pretty darn pretty done well and it was. It was suppose little crazy making you know. I'm not going to pretend it wasn't but for me. The thing the reason it was crazy making actually is because there are sounds that are made within the delaware county the delco dialect that are very strong and could easily be pushed into a sort of a caricature. Uri voice and i did want to create a voice. I wanted to create a person. I had lots of dialect samples of local people and there was one woman named trish. Loria highs trish loria. I used to listen to every single day on the way to work every single morning in the call and on the way home. Same thing so her voice would set me up. Love that trish loria yeah. It's all dedicated. Trish loria. I also need to hear more about walk. 'cause i know brad. The show's creator. Really encourage you to visit it to get a sense of the vibe when you first got to town chocolate. A bit about what that did for you like how you absorb that into your character before. I started filming. I was preparing researching doing my stuff. That i always do for probably about five or six months beforehand and i thought how do i even connect with where i'm going. So why subscribe to the delco times so it would read this newspaper every day so to me it kind of became this it almost felt like mythical place wa wa but by the time i got that i was like it was like lapland onto to sort of finally walk through the door of a wa wa. I don't know i felt like how. Yes i'm one of the things. I really enjoyed in the series. Are your characters interactions with her mother. Who is played by. Jean smart the to balance each other in such an interesting way. You know the way they speak to. Each other is so real and genuine like the conversations and frustrations between mothers and daughters. How was gene as a scene partner. Oh jane was just she was just terrific. I mean she the comic timing you know is she can turn huma into punctuation by just doing an inhalation of breasts. In a certain way. And a flicker of an eye on i would just be in fits. Sometimes we couldn't really look at each other too much because we would just crack up laughing the great thing about the relationship that we have on screen had an in math is that they love each other so much but they get stuck with how supposed to kind of express that or show that must not really great with huge displays of love and affection particularly in a family way. She's always like hey you know. Just don't be like don't do that. Like sort of issues with things like that so so. Yeah maron helen. You know well how list with her what we were saying. So you know to matriarchs in the one house. We'll that's tricky. That's tricky thing. Very tricky thing. I just don't always get along. Didn't always see eye to eye. You know but they have this sort of honesty gene where they just can't help. They just can't resist being brutally honest with one another sometimes to the point of being so tactless that it's just rude. You know typical mother and daughter spots that would often result in the slinging of like caustic verbal grenades and sometimes food as well. Thanks but it was great and we we would improvise law and look out for each other. You know she'd often saves me honey. I should try. This should i. Shall he just try. Hey i wanna try something. I just try that. Maybe no well that work. Let's say yeah. Give the gauche go okay. Okay okay. i'll try. I'll try and then she'd do something awfully brilliant. A through line of the series is the trauma and abuse of women. And i i wondered if playing a detective who is so close to those experiences sort of changed or shaped your understanding.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Four best actress nominations with a win for two thousand and eight the reader soon. She's going to be on screen avatar to the highly anticipated sequel to the highest grossing film of all time. The film topple titanic which she also started both directed of course by james cameron winslet recently wrapped up production on a much more intimate project. It's limited. Hbo series mayor of eastbound. She plays maher sheehan a police detective and mom in southeastern pennsylvania when we meet maher. She's in the middle of a personal crisis. Once a local high school basketball star. She's now struggling to solve the case of a missing girl. Winslett told my colleague. Yvonne vieira what you're to the role at first glance. She's very tough. She's gritty she strong. She's also warm you know she's got this side to her. That is irresistibly lovable. Even though she infuriates the living crap out of people and she's vulnerable as well but really tries to hide that she's very much a functioning woman who's trying to keep it together and i love the fact that here is a middle aged woman. A mother and a grandmother who has grown up in east town knows everyone knows that personal stories and they all intern no hers. And so you know the way in which she tries to just keep going. Keep it together sometimes. Just get through the day and does you know she's pulling it all off but underneath her there is. Of course this grief. This deep emotional struggle that is almost defining her the less and less that she's dealing with it and confronting it and i found that really really intriguing because it's a multidimensional thing grief. You know it's there it's constantly there. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter how much time has gone by but if a person hasn't actually processed that level of pain it can manifest itself in sometimes some really quite dangerous and damaging emotional ways and that does happen as starts to unravel as she starts to try and solve this crime the merger that happens at the end of episode one and of course mary's in charge of that case it's up to her to prove it to the town once again that she can be something she can count for something and she can still look out for people and it's about community to you know in a funny way. It's really not like a classic cop drama. I didn't think it really fits into the genre almost because whilst the murder is it's it's one part of on narrative there are many other elements. You know there are lots of overlapping stories. People's lives in east town that strength and keeping together and looking out for one another and an a man doing her best along the way and also all of those people in that community know about mass personal grief under they dad not bring it up to her so this sort of you know all is on on everyone at various different moments. It gets very personal. Guess quite complex. I'm curious what that unlocked for you. About mayor like knowing that she's part of this town where there really is no difference between what's personal and professional like everyone knows your business and like you know everyone when you're stepping outside. What did that sort of tell you about who she is when it told me that she you know. She was born and raised that. That's how she was raised. She was raised to understand community and family. It's in your dna. You know learning to accept people for all their faults and all that differences and trying not to judge. You know just trying to get along get by and you know making the show. It was a very very intense experience. I'm not gonna lie playing this role really kind of knocked it out of me and we were tight. Knit bunch you know. We were a close group of not just actors but crew as well and and that was really key. I have to say in doing something like this because the sheet was very long. It was like one hundred and twenty days in the end a very long time. You know film shoot can be anything from forty five days to sixty five days. Are you thinking about double the length of shooting. You do have to get along and we had an amazing committed group of people working on this show with us and It helped it helped with that community energy and atmosphere and then covert hit right in the middle. Of course you know. Of course i came back to the uk was with my family etc. But i'm still in my mind playing mare and And so to go back to work. Post the big bulk of lockdown in september. And i i only really feel like. I just finished playing her. We finished in december and And those are still happening as well. Because i was an executive producer on the show. So every edit of every episode on the portal of and. Yeah it's exciting. It's very exciting. He recently you worked with james cameron shooting avatar to and the last time you worked with him was on. Titanic how is it being on set with him again. It was fantastic to work with him again and to be part of the avatar experience. You know when you go into that world of pandora. I have to say like you you full on drink. The kool aid you of that. You know you understand what it means to be not the and to think in the way that they do and to lead with truth and integrity and is very very powerful important messages In that film and was very special to be positive it. You're playing a female leader of a water tribe and yet to free dive in. Hold your breath like what was that training. I mean i. You held your breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. Yep how how's that possible. The idea i did that i really did do that. Didn't i god so cool the training. I love the training because it is intense. Hundred is consistent but what you do in this process of learning how to hold your breath for that long as you learn actually how to call your call your heart rate. Slow your heart rate right down. I'm that's the many different breathing sequences come into play lots of physical and breathing exercises that you have to do another training being in the water a lot and for a long time so i just absolutely loved it and there's something so so magical about being on the bottom of a time kolding. Your breath totally calm. No bubbles just hanging out there for like three minutes. it's crazy. yeah amazing. I loved it his close to real meditation. I think the closest i've ever.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

"Watermelon sugar harry styles. Last day of school for covina valley unified east whittier city district. School norwalk la mirada unified south pasadena unified last day of school at sunshine warm weather eighty s and ninety s. So it's going to be a hot especially inland kate. Winslet's really is one of the most brilliant at what she does and she's in this new series that sydney was telling me about started it. He just started it. And so she cates been doing press for the show and she was talking about something about her character and she said she really wanted to realistically portray every aspect of her character in this new show Mayor of east town and she even pushed back when she looked to retouched an early. Promo poster so she basically She said that she knows how many lines i have by the side of my eye and she asked designers to put them back in on this promo poster that they made for the show and then she said that the director said that he would cut a bulgy bit of belly in one of her sex scenes and kate objected. And she said. Don't you dare she to kind of really. Keep it real. And i find it. Just really beautiful and empowering that like she's doing that and kind of just letting people see what she really looks like because like. I can't even imagine what that must feel like to her. You know what i mean like. I feel like it's probably so empowering and just having this this sense of an appreciation of who she is but also not just for herself but an example for other women. Till i look to just be like let me be me love it. I'm an advocate. However i also would love my stomach to look like a better stomach and picture sometimes too so. I'm not promoting that. But i i had a fast forward that sexy because the kids were still up and i was watching it i. I saw it like poop above board. But i didn't shit somehow. I always end up watching movies with my parents. Have like really graphic sex scene. i i just. Don't ask them quite talking during them like asking questions. What are we missing tomorrow. Or it's in the fridge right naked having sex with i didn't realize okay that seems over and there you have. It gives them pay bills next..

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

"Face character. a my character. I just on that before at never ever done that before for ally. Yeah pose pose age. But we really we i mean yeah we we we we would palm we. Yeah he was just fantastic so fantastic. I love missing k. You referred to reading the finale three years ago this month. Obviously your involvement in the show predates that from reading the first episode in agreeing to sign on You went into this. Very intense production played this character so deeply into brilliantly. A production was interrupted to somehow carry on. Hold the character within you. Return and do it again. Months later premieres and now people are as in love with her in the show. As as you were. This is a vague and general question. But we're just getting the sense from how much this has affected you as a person and as a performer. How how are you now. Where are you do. You feel difference having gone through this. I mean now it has all been seen. It's all been received. You can talk it. How much of mayor goes with you as you approach future roles or just you know future zoom calls or was such a nice question to be ost. Look it's always really shy way. I think fully really truly answering a question like that one because of the end of the day acting as my job. But you know it's just pretending right so you just go to work and you pretend and sometimes it's hard and painful but ultimately you go home.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

"That hopefully so you feel that. That's it's real it's not just lines on page But it was all very. It was very very detailed. That's amazing a lot of a lot of work but went into the back story to you. Know these a people. We have to treat them absolutely like people who'd lift lift complete lives incredibly here that 'cause it's not just president in the therapy scenes it's president Specifically wanted to highlight in this time that we had with you. Which was the restaurant scene Post the tuxedo roasting in the finale and this is it's mayor helen trevan at a table and It's just it's an extraordinary scene. It's beautiful scene in execution. It's also incredible in. Its restraint on behalf of both the writing and the performances. And i guess. I just wanted if you'd be willing to talk us through that scene a little bit and how all that shared history was able to to play out on screen but non verbally. I think that particularly in that scene is also such a highlight. Reel for what. Chris and many others loved about your performance. Because i think often those of us who aren't in the profession highlight moments of activity and Speaking you know look at her good acting because she's declaring something or delivering a speech and the scene at least from our perspective is much more about receiving listening in receiving in not doing and yet it is absolutely devastating because of all the things that are not said. Well it's it's it's it's the one moment isn't it but but that narran helen have have any compensation that is sits on the fringes of honesty and real emotion about what they went through not just with his father with with kevin Our that day daybreak It was craig zobel craig. Zobel came on his all director off the governor scheduling reasons. Davin wasn't able to stay with us in craik stepped in and actually we filmed that scene. Quite early on in craig schedule. It was the funniest seeing that.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

"Get into our interview with kate. Winslet regarding the finale of vs town in the entire season so. I need you guys to know that i have actually been listening to you every week. This is disturbing for us made so much sense that you've just been amazing. Really thank you. Been so on it and articulate and i just love your film knowledge a new. Just been honestly. You've been brilliant. It's the only thing i've followed. I haven't don't have social media's of not when he followed anything fun moment. When stephen king was like oh yeah he because he had a theory right yes but then he actually ended up like i have a theory. I'll tell you later theory that it was ryan. I think it was that it might have been might have been laurie. I can't remember what it was. I have to go back and look at the end. There there were so many theories being thrown around that it was essentially. Every single character was under the lights including the turtle and clean and we wanted to begin. I mean we are so shocked and honored that you joined us again. Because frankly i have to confess something to. I was sure that we were never going to have this opportunity again. Because when you were kind enough to speak to us in april not knowing who we were a busy day promoting this new show unclear on what the reception would be your handler emerged to say thank you very much guys Keta change your. I've done it again. This is all flat. Doug chapman. you're there was. There was a lovely person. A public relations executive no doubt who emerged to say fellows. You're done and i interrupted her. Which i never do to ask you to please say hoagie again and realized later probably therapy that that was coming place. It was borderline weird. And i'm so sorry about that and thank you for forgiving us nearly by coming back down. It's absolutely fine. I'm i'm thrilled to able to come back. And you know. I have to be honest. It has been extraordinary. Keeping the secret about brian and going through price and not being able to say anything and i mean not just keeping a secret from press hoping to go. Someone didn't let something slip but also keeping it from family like my husband had read every episode but my two teenagers who all ready film savvy cool individuals. I share everything about my job with them. Seventeen and twenty years old. And i just couldn't tell them anything i didn't tell them anything and so when i sat with them when we watched a rough cut of episode seven like i was ugly crying. The just like the Relief that this was something. I could share with them.

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Kate Winslet on the 'Mare of Easttown' Finale

The Watch

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Kate Winslet on the 'Mare of Easttown' Finale

"Get into our interview with kate. Winslet regarding the finale of vs town in the entire season so. I need you guys to know that i have actually been listening to you every week. This is disturbing for us made so much sense that you've just been amazing. Really thank you. Been so on it and articulate and i just love your film knowledge a new. Just been honestly. You've been brilliant. It's the only thing i've followed. I haven't don't have social media's of not when he followed anything fun moment. When stephen king was like oh yeah he because he had a theory right yes but then he actually ended up like i have a theory. I'll tell you later theory that it was ryan. I think it was that it might have been might have been laurie. I can't remember what it was. I have to go back and look at the end. There there were so many theories being thrown around that it was essentially. Every single character was under the lights including the turtle and clean and we wanted to begin. I mean we are so shocked and honored that you joined us again. Because frankly i have to confess something to. I was sure that we were never going to have this opportunity again. Because when you were kind enough to speak to us in april not knowing who we were a busy day promoting this new show unclear on what the reception would be your handler emerged to say thank you very much guys Keta change your. I've done it again. This is all flat. Doug chapman. you're there was. There was a lovely person. A public relations executive no doubt who emerged to say fellows. You're done and i interrupted her. Which i never do to ask you to please say hoagie again and realized later probably therapy that that was coming place. It was borderline weird. And i'm so sorry about that and thank you for forgiving us nearly by coming back down. It's absolutely fine. I'm i'm thrilled to able to come back. And you know. I have to be honest. It has been extraordinary. Keeping the secret about brian and going through price and not being able to say anything and i mean not just keeping a secret from press hoping to go. Someone didn't let something slip but also keeping it from family like my husband had read every episode but my two teenagers who all ready film savvy cool individuals. I share everything about my job with them. Seventeen and twenty years old. And i just couldn't tell them anything i didn't tell them anything and so when i sat with them when we watched a rough cut of episode seven like i was ugly crying. The just like the Relief that this was something. I could share with them.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The Watch

"So you thought we were done. We're back for neighbor days. Baby back at it again because kate winslet is back on the podcast. Not words that. I thought i would say Never in my life. By andy i. We're absolutely delighted to say that. Kate winslet is joining us on the podcast for a special bonus episode of the watch where we talked about mayor avista in the finale and everything so clearly should finish the show for you. Listen to this. Yes she was like the first question if we didn't even ask and she just said who did it. some backstory here this was surreal because usually when new shows happened or things that were interested in cry. Wray will reach out to the relevant parties. Maybe it's from a network we've worked with before or studio or whatever and we'll get them on the show in this case. I think that we were so excited about the premiere of mayor Back in april we got to see a screener of it that we communicated that. Hbo and They kindly made available for us for a limited time during her. press day. A moment that i i felt i ruined by asking her to say that gets covered today. And then that was it. And i'm you know as you guys heard on sunday night. We were thrilled to welcome. The show's creator. Brad ingles beyond For wrap up. 'cause generally we've kind of done in the past like stars in showrunner writer. Yeah and then. We found out that Among our loyal listeners to all of you was one. Kate winslet over the last few weeks and she personally would like to come back on the podcast. Which you know sometimes look. Let's be honest. So jason zukas. I wanna come back on the podcast and we're like you're not this week. Yes let not first of all. Let me stop by saying that's not true. They would never say that to jason but we were shocked. We were delighted. And of course we said yes. He was amazing to talk to obviously a character that has like still. It's causing a little bit. Like i think it's still like it. Lives with her and it was really cool to talk to her. I think it was. Probably i think what what surprised us. The most was that guys will hear this momentarily. Just how deep into this world and his character she still is emotional and raw. A lot of it's still is. We are really grateful that she shared a lot of that with us. I think it's also saying as is often the case with interviews like this. Is that when we finished the interview than we saw another side of our interview And we got to laugh and joke around a little bit more Which was great for us so obviously we will get back into it next week with our deep dive of film the reader and also maybe a rewatch ables heavenly creatures. Because i just wanna be clear when oscar winners asked to come on our show. It doesn't affect us. You know what i mean are no longer needs are true. We're doing a three episode. Rewatch the bureau imagining kate. Winslet is all the different characters in the bureau. We get winslet reading. Mcmurtry audiobooks. Whatever you want to do on this feed. Let's get into our interview with kate. Winslet regarding the finale of vs town in the entire season so. I need you guys to know that i have actually been.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Pond's Feed

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Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

"Long do you think you can hold your breath. i don't know no learning sack minute. Well showy try it. Kate winslet just set a record for holding her breath underwater to film a movie scene. She was an underwater scene for avatar. Two and she held her breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. No way now that beats the old record set by unsurprisingly tom cruise. Tom cruise held the record for the longest breath. Hold while filming underwater previous to this for mission impossible rogue nation when he went six minutes holding his breath. That's insane kate. Winslet said it was brilliant. And i was very proud of myself and i'll probably never be able to do that again. It came at the end of four weeks of intense training and it was in the dive tank. It was in the training tank. But i loved it so neither kate nor tom will break the real breath holding record anytime soon of you ever heard what the actual guinness record is for. David blaine hold it now. Alec alexey cigarette vendrell. Whoever that is twenty four minutes and three seconds. How do you live.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kate Winslet has always gravitated toward playing women who live their lives in ways that are a little unexpected whether it's rose in Titanic or her roles in the reader. Eternal sunshine of the Spotless Mind or her new role as paleontologist in the movie Ammonites Kate Winslet talks about her life as an actor and as she gets a prestigious award I'll tell you the one thing that gives her validation and makes her feel successful as an actor, and here's a hint. Ain't an Oscar plus the American Country Music Awards happen this week, and it's our music panel will tell you a little bit later, there was something about this year's show that felt different, almost kind of somber will join me. To explain why all that coming up on cue Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Xas, President. Trump's nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will receive a vote on the Senate floor. NPR's Kelsey's now reports. McConnell did not set a time line replace Ginsberg, who died today of complications from cancer. Majority leader. McConnell says voters elected GOP majority in 2016 and expanded it in the midterm election in 2018, he says that happened in part because lawmakers pledged to work with President Trump to fill vacancies in federal courts. In a statement, McConnell says Republicans will keep their promise and quote President Trump's nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate in 2016. McConnell block President Obama's nominee to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in February of that election year. At the time, A. McConnell said Voters should have a voice in the selection of the next Supreme Court Justice Kelsey Snell. NPR NEWS Washington Televised pictures are showing a crowd gathering of the steps of the U. S Supreme Court tonight. Another firefighter has died battling wildfires in California, U. S Forest Service as the death happened yesterday in the San Bernardino. Oh forest is Cruz continued to fight the Eldorado fire. California Department of Forestry says it believes the fire was sparked by a pyrotechnic device said office part of a gender reveal party. The identity of the firefighters being withheld pending notification of family members. Wildfires burning across California now blamed for at least 26 deaths. Days after town in his administration's Corona virus vaccine distribution plan. The president is again contradicting the agency that wrote it. NPR Sidney Lumpkin reports on the latest promise for when a Corona virus vaccine will be widely available. The president said today that more than 100 million doses of a Corona virus vaccine would be available by the end of the year. But this doesn't line up with the CDC is plan, which was released Wednesday. Even its best case scenario means less than half of the vaccine Trump promised would be available by year end. And we don't know if or when a vaccine will be authorized by the Food and Drug Administration. Still, Trump said this today, hundreds of millions of doses will be available every month, and we expect to have Enough vaccines for every American by April. CDC Director Robert Redfield told the Senate committee on Wednesday that most Americans wouldn't have access to a Corona virus vaccine until summer or fall of 2021. City Lumpkin. NPR news consumers were a bit more upbeat during the early part of this month. The University of Michigan says its consumer sentiment index was up more than four points in August, so it still remains well below February's level just before the Corona virus pandemic began slamming U. S economy. Stocks closed lowered weeks and the Dow down 244 points today. The NASDAQ 516 points the S and P 500 dropped 37 points. This is NPR. Belarus is accusing the U. N Human Rights Council of meddling in its affairs. NPR's Michelle Kalman reports, The council's approved a resolution to monitor allegations of human rights violations in the former Soviet state. The U. N special repertoire and human rights in Belarus and iced Marin says there are credible allegations of abuse. As Belarus cracks down on protesters. She's calling for restraint and dialogue in the wake of a disputed election. Excellencies Let's not allow another Iron curtain to descend on the European continent. Her recorded message to a special meeting of the U. N Human Rights Council was interrupted several times by procedural complaints from the ambassadors of Belarus, Russia, China and Venezuela. They also tried to interrupt Svetlana Tikhonov sky of the woman who ran against the longtime ruler of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko. Michelle Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington U. S government via, the Commerce Department says effective Sunday the Chinese owned APS tic tac, and we chat will be barred from APP stores. 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Canceled Telluride Film Festival announces lineup

The Big Picture

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Canceled Telluride Film Festival announces lineup

"Telluride film festival decided to announce what would have been the slate of films that they were GonNa, show on. September fourth when the festival is supposed to take out, take place before it was cancelled in July, and then we also started to get some news about the New York Film Festival, which will be world premiering a few titles. I. Still don't totally understand how the New, York Film Festival is happening, but let's just talk a little bit about what's going on with film festivals right now. So last year at telluride. They debuted the world premiere of Uncut Gems and Ford versus Ferrari and Judy and first cow, and they had the North American premiere of marriage story. This was a bountiful slate. Lots to see it was a very exciting time. This year, the slate was not a strong. There were some interesting films. There were some very relevant oscar-worthy conversational picks there. I think Francis. Leaves Amanite which many people have been talking about a new movie starring Kate winslet. Insertion Ronin. We're looking for that. How many Oscar nominations to search have at this point twelve fifteen? No. I think it's four, and this will be her fifth, which just seems like I just want to say when we made our really irresponsible Oscar predictions for this year and like having seen nothing I was like I, think Social Ronin will win for this movie that I haven't seen so. At least I think I did I meant to, if I didn't you know please like revised history.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Neue Encounter

Neue Encounter

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Neue Encounter

"Our this hand this one, but then if you pay attention, you can tell by her hair like her hair reveals the where they're at the time, yeah! Which is also? Another creative part of it that is smart as very smart. I also think. This has nothing to do with. Story, wise, but just kate winslet in general just. Shoot is very good. She just stole a show. That's something we can start about to the Jim Carey. Also does really well. Yes, 'cause I mean people mainly remembered kate. winslet is coming. She's The star. She's definitely. He is these star to sue. Just she goes through it, she she just dove straight into that character. She has like so many little speeches that are like quoted. Somebody Different Times. What's the one in the library? And their bookstore. Messed up. Girls Peace of mind. And Yours No. and. He's like I remember that speech. I was proud of that one. On that part of that, too, when the bookstore in the memory and Mike as it's getting race, like all the labels on the books become like white in the background unlike any race like that to progress to that. I mean I guess it's kind of like the episode of House like your brain knows it's not real, so it's talking to you, too. Like telling you like Oh this is happening, and so each time like memories are happening. Clementine memory her is like. Oh, well, we should do this or like. This to like brainstorming ideas or like just wake up and like because she's not. Actually saying that, but his brain. And that's crazy is just a smart movie. BACK TO PERFORMANCES GO! Back to before performances when we were talking about story. Did you have anything else? I probably did, but I probably forgot, but I think we had a lot of good points with the story. Because I just wanted to drive home. The fact that it's pretty unique. We'll probably still touch up into it as we go along. But I think we talked about a good. Performances though. Yeah Kate winslet. BURPS! So Yeah Kate winslet. Is The star of the show, but.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

13:40 min | 2 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Holding a contest for another twelve hundred dollar prize and all you have to do to enter is hand draw a picture of your favorite nude scene or sexy celebrity moment and then mail it to them does it have to be good no you enter in and then they choose their favorites the entries already rolling in there's drawings of Kate Winslet's naked couch scene in Titanic iconic right because then they're actually drawing and that C. makes my lease iris in her wrecking ball video okay and even drawings of Justin Timberlake accidentally exposing Janet Jackson at the Superbowl so get drying and remember when you email your submissions in CC broken Jeffrey in the morning because I just wanna make sure just making sure let's go to your next deadline someone opened a restaurant during the pandemic and the person is a loving it care don't care I don't know instead of people are loving it person is loving it what they owe okay okay you know what I'm not going to care because I don't want your pity can I really don't say it don't don't I don't the person thing let's see if you care about this one the best news ever for extremely lazy people yeah yeah right now everybody is desperate to get out of their house for any reason what so ever but if you're one of the few people that just wants to spend ninety nine point nine percent of your life on the sofa this is the news you've been waiting your whole life for okay a new study just came out that found people might be able to counteract all the sitting they do by working out for only four seconds at a time four six that's researchers want to know if super short bursts of intense exercise would do any good so they made people sit for six hours straight and then put them on a stationary bike for second they made the pedals hard as they could for four seconds followed by a forty five second break do I really need a bike I can get a punch in the ticket window they just had to do that short routine eight times throughout the whole day that's it and in total adds up to two minutes of exercise I love this idea I would you do it my husband's doing a hundred Burpee a day challenges he does like five ten of them at a time they found it makes a huge difference in your overall health if you're able to do it I think nothing else today doing two minutes a day yeah the study used by expects would say any sort of high intensity exercise could work even four seconds of jumping jacks that you could just do your favorite exercise for seconds of intense self love I know that that you know they don't know yeah I don't this is not a work out finally Jeff joke of the day care I don't care what do you call someone without a nose or a body why nobody knows in the seven eight five nine two do you know the story out there that we should your phone's coming up right after may thank you we get warnings on the twenty hello hi this is Andrew yes perfect nice to meet you Andrew my name is Patrick and I'm your new next door neighbor are you done Hey I'm I'm good thanks how are you not too bad hope you don't mind me calling I actually got your number from the realtor I met her the other day realize lady and you got it from yeah yeah she was outside knows like here like to get in touch with my new neighbors so she tossed me your number and now I'm on the phone with you okay yes so you're welcome to the neighborhood it's a really fun place to be I got think area our site to be here finally I hate moving I know it is the pits I don't know if you're a realtor told you but we are pretty active neighborhood we all do a lot of fun things together that's really nice yeah a lot of dinner parties Halloween is a hoot everybody decorates it gets into the spirit of things you'll find that it's a really fun place to live that sounds so fun yeah it is and you're actually pretty lucky because this time of year we're just about ready to start our new season of backyard boxing so that's a whole lot of fun thank your box yeah yeah every Thursday night all the neighbors come over to our backyard and we have a boxing ring set up server is kind of beats on each other for a little while yeah it works like this let's say somebody doesn't like you for whatever reason could be anything from the color house or maybe your dog food on their lawn or something instead of holding a garage and gossiping the neighbor can just challenge you to a backyard brawl and you do get out and then after that things are usually all good you guys actually like adults in the neighborhood actually hundred others yeah yeah you can choose these gloves are not a lot of the guys like to do a bare knuckle style though while you're actually serious thank you yeah in fact there is already a few people that want to fight you and your husband how exciting wait what yeah yeah one person didn't like how many hours you had your moving truck blocking the street I guess people want to fight like we just moved in last week well that's how we do it in this neighborhood you got agreements have taken to the ring all my god there's also another neighbor she's a mom I guess she didn't like the outfit you're wearing when you moved in she actually said she wanted to fight me because of what I was wearing yes she signs up you and your husband are signed up for that he signed me up what that even means yeah yeah that's why I was calling you about I wanna let you know that you've been signed up the box and also you can find somebody else up if you want to and I haven't lived here long enough yet to really probably have anybody you want to punch in the face but if you do let me know and I'll set it all up not okay like if it actually sounds like I've never heard of doing that your back yard adult fighting like boxing yes and I don't know about the legalities we have looked into that but I can tell you this much if you do alert the police there's going to be a lot more people that want to fight you guys so I wouldn't do that Hey Mike this is absolutely ridiculous you know I do wanna let you know I'm gonna put fifty dollars on you to beat up that other mom because I can hear in your voice right now there is a lot we don't the beater completely against knock her down a few times you are listening to me I am not eating any one okay well you kinda have to not only is it a neighborhood tradition but you're the main event I've sold tickets already yeah so I I'm gonna have to ask you to fight here well I have children and I'm not going to be in a fight if somebody's back yard you idiot that's right you do have children yes I do have children and can I ask how old your children what is I think they can compete in the junior division this is super fun you are sick I can't even believe I'm having this conversation I obviously moved in the wrong neighborhood or you answer the wrong phone call because this is a prank phone call what to bring phone call yeah yes your husband told me that you haven't met many of your neighbors and he wanted to mess with you but now that you're fired up enough the box somebody right yeah every morning we wake twenty ninety two point five he he show you instead we so in so soon you'll be the court Tuesday awkward Tuesday phone call helping an old woman across the street nice helping an old woman retrieve her mail still nice massaging the corns on an old woman's somebody's got to do women need a lot of help yeah so I'm just really happy that we're not talking to one today we're on the phone with the young man I'm just saying there's one ticket okay all.

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Eyes on the Virus: The View from the CDC

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

15:00 min | 2 years ago

Eyes on the Virus: The View from the CDC

"Is working around the clock to produce and stand out more test. That's what the CDC has recommended you know how many CDC is administered these days the Centers for Disease Control and prevention also known as the CDC is probably the most recognized institution managing the Corona Virus Pandemic. They're the ones offering guidelines on symptoms travel and prevention. He might have already been to their website. Given the level of fear and confusion surrounding this pandemic I wanted to talk to one of the. Cdc's top leaders and get answers to some of your biggest questions. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. The American public really needs to steady ourselves for a long haul here. This may be more disruptive than other outbreaks. We've been through. Dr Ranch shook. It is the principal. Deputy Director of the. Cdc This is not her first Rodeo. She's been with the CDC FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MANAGING RESPONSES TO H One n one SARS and Ebola. I've spent a lot of time with her out in the field. I know we've already talked about the movie contagion but remember Kate. Winslet's character the virus hunter. She was modeled after. Dr Shook it. I asked her if she knows anyone. Personally who has contracted the corona virus? No not yet. But you know the epidemiology that we're seeing suggests that all of us are GonNa know someone you are the principal deputy director of the CDC talk us through a typical day for you now. Typical Day doesn't exist to every day is a new adventure But you know we're taking this really seriously for the past several months and so my days start early and they go late and they involve many calls. After I do get home we have over fifteen hundred. Cdc staff involved in the response so my day is always interesting and always challenging and involves connecting with people around the country the states and local public health. Who are on the frontline. You have worked on lots of pandemics and outbreaks in the past. Have you ever seen a response of this magnitude? The National Guard now just deployed to new. Rochelle all that. We're seeing around the country. The extent of this outbreak in the United States and around the world is is serious I was in in Beijing in two thousand three during the SARS outbreak and I saw firsthand Society really stopped I think we all saw that on. Tv when we saw Wuhan China and then who bay province literally shut down. I think each community will be making some decisions about what's the best strategy for their environment. Cdc's working closely with the state and local public health authorities to provide guidance and advice. I have seen some pretty dramatic interventions in my experience I actually was also in West Africa during Bola but I think for Americans. This is quite surprising and stunning in some of the communities. There's been a lot of news about testing and I WANNA ask you some specific questions about that but I just give me your your taken. Hell has the United States done with regard to testing compared to other countries in the world. The rollout of the laboratory testing to the public health system didn't go as quickly and smoothly as we usually see. We had hoped to be able to skill up the testing at the public health. Labs states and cities earlier than we were able to so that was a bit delayed in most of the country the commercial sector really was slow to take this on and scale up and what we saw in a couple of other countries was rapid. Scale UP OF TESTING. I would say that the jury's out about exactly what's the best way to roll out testing? I've heard from colleagues and other countries about concern that there was so much testing going on of people with no symptoms and people who really were not at risk that it clogged up the healthcare system. So I think right now. We're seeing you know we've done more than eleven thousand tests. I believe between CDC in the state and local public health labs now and the commercial labs are just coming online right now. So I think it's going to be important to use them but I know what the American public to get the impression that the right thing is for every single person who wants a test to get tested that could have negative consequences both for the healthcare system in the testing ability for everyone who really needs it right now if somebody is concerned because they have symptoms. They don't seem to have the flu. Maybe they came in contact with somebody with the corona virus as things stand now dr shook. At how easy would it be for that person to get tested? Well I think an important thing is to be connected with the healthcare system to figure out if you need testing you know. It may not be the best thing to go into a clinic and ask about that. It may be better to call. I would say that based on what I've seen so far and learned about this virus. The average person who's young and healthy without underlying conditions like heart disease lung disease kidney disease diabetes who develops cough and fever can probably stay home and Essentially self isolate until they feel better and Doesn't really need a test. Over the course of the weeks or months ahead there may be so many people with these symptoms that testing individual ones may not be as efficient and we really need to shift into the community interventions. And not the one on one or the the man to man you know. We need to move to the zone approach. It sounds like what you're saying. At some point there is going to be this acknowledgement that the virus is spreading in the community and testing every individual given that. You're not gonNA do anything different. Based on the result that testing may not make much sense. But we're not there yet right. I mean we. We still need to get an of how widespread this is in the United States. And it seems like we don't really know the answer to that question right There are a couple approaches to get an understanding of how widespread this is. So you know. We have a number of systems that we use to track a seasonal influenza and those systems are being adapted to also track cove nineteen but another of the systems that we're using as our hospital surveillance that looks at Individuals who are hospitalized for infectious respiratory disease who get influenza testing or adding the coveted nineteen testing for those individuals. So I think we're GONNA have the broad perspective of where things are going and how bad this is with some of these systems so essentially outpatients in patients critical care and also fatalities will all be tracked the way that we track for flu. But we'll be adding in the Cova testing and we're just beginning to get. Those systems rolled out in different areas. One of the questions. I get a lot Dr shook it. I'm sure you do as well has to do with schools We do see that. There are school closings and the United States. And I wonder if you think that's warranted. If that's really going to be of benefit we know that children are very important in the transmission or spread of many respiratory viruses but for the covert nineteen disease. We don't know that children are an important part of the transmission dynamics. We haven't seen that yet. That said school dismissals or school. Closures may be warranted for certain situations for instance a case in a school may appropriately prompt dismissals for cleaning. That's you know dismissals. For just a day or two so sufficient cleaning of the environment can happen. There may be schools that serve a high risk population special needs kids who have many medical problems or have staff or faculty where there's a high percentage of people who are at risk for severe complications. Those types of facilities may need to want to alter their their procedures to be able to protect the vulnerable Schools May in the weeks or months ahead experienced high absentee rates where it's really not feasible to keep the school open but we know that closing a school has a lot of unintended consequences Many times it means parents have to stay home Because their kids are home and those workplaces the parents go to. We'll have unexpected high absenteeism. We know also that A high percentage of American children depend on schools for lunch and for meals. And so What we really want schools to be doing now and communities to be doing is to think through if we do end up needing to close a school for a shorter learn longtime or needing to dismiss students for shorter longtime. What can we get ready to go? That will help. Kids be able to learn while they're home. People who need to be fed be be able to be fed while the school was closed and You know making sure. There's good communication systems so that the community knows what to do when the school will reopen and so forth with Spring break next week. This is another question I get a lot. What is the guidance the? Cdc is giving on travel leaving aside international countries for. Why would you recommend people not travel this next week during spring break? We'll we think that People who are vulnerable those who are elderly with underlying conditions or those with series underlying conditions. Who aren't that elderly Should think twice about about travel. One of the issues is the uncertainty of where you're going and You know what the circumstances will be where you're going We also think that large gatherings you know these. These conferences that bring people together from all across the country. It's not necessarily that being at a conference itself is that Dangerous or being at a large event like in a one of the festival's but I think what we're concerned about. Is that individuals who come from across the country to a large event in then returned to you know fifty or a hundred different cities could bring that virus back into many communities and really speed up how this virus spreads across the country and a mass gathering is. How many people would you say you know? This is going to be variable. We've posted some recommendations on our website. They're called community mitigation strategies. Really what we call social distancing so there's not an absolute number for mass gathering you kind of know it when you see it. But if it's filled with high risk people or people like on a cruise ship where there's lots of high risk people and they're going to be going back to a million places and the shared environment is difficult to keep clean. Those are the kinds of settings that were concerned about. You know I've really been struck by the fact that most of the headlines make the point I think correctly that eighty percent or so of the people who are infected by this virus will recover and be okay but we have defined the vulnerable population as you've mentioned and I wonder for you know people who are in their seventies or eighties. Who are listening right now. People who may have an underlying condition the here this Dr shook it and for many of them. It feels like a death sentence. Just waiting to happen. How do you? How do you respond to them? Yeah every individual's different and there's not a a certain age cutoff or a certain disease that puts you at astronomically higher risk than someone else But there's things that everyone can do Higher Risk and lower risk certainly reducing the context that you have if you are in one of these high risk groups reducing the social exposures finding alternative ways to socialize whether it's by phone or online or video chats with loved ones making sure that you have you know supplies at home medicines at home So the most important things are to reduce those exposures and limit the chances that Joel contract the virus. Now if you do get the virus Most people Will Not have the severe outcomes is just the the risk for the elderly and those with underlying conditions is higher that you'll have those more complicated courses One of the reasons we're trying to slow the spread and really strengthen the healthcare system is so that if you do get infected and you do have a difficult pneumonia or a complicated course of the illness. We WanNa make sure that the healthcare system conserve you. Well one thing that people should know is that their clinical trials going on right now of new drugs that may be promising to reduce the seriousness of the infection. And I I hope that we'll have results of those in the next few months. We've all heard about vaccine studies. Those are going to take much longer but the therapy trials should have some results in the next few months. And that's the kind of thing that would be very helpful to know in the future and just finally stare into your crystal ball for a second. It's early March. How long do you think we're GONNA be talking about this? Well I think we need to be ready for this to be a problem for some time. Many respiratory viruses have a season -ality more disease in the winter and spring less in the summer But YOU. You will recall that with influenza in two thousand nine. When in very new influenza pandemic strain emerged we had disease during the summer to. It didn't go away completely. We had large outbreaks in summer camps and so forth. That was a virus where schoolchildren were really important and it may have been that the summer break from school reduced the circulation and then soon as kids went back to school. We saw a big increase again in the fall. I have to say. We're preparing for a response that lasts months and I think if this virus turns out to be one that sticks with us as a I in terms of humans until we have high levels of immunity either because so many people had mild infection and got protected or because we have a vaccine. We may need to be ready to deal with this virus for years and I think the systems that have led us down or been less robust than we had wanted are going to be critical for us to invest in and to make sure that we do better during this response and that we do even better for the next

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"kate winslet" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Being this this twelve foot tall mighty warrior for the first in he couldn't let it go at that podium or else he's going to settle down he was going on to that podium as if he was free soloing up that was my favorite tweet holding a like a like the piece of wood in Titanic or was she had wanted up the speaking to smacked his hand let's go to the podium to hello while you're in the studio and I'm just here on the phone it's because you're totally just from my job I'm sorry I apologize I I heard my heart will go on in my head yes except that he's the selfish Leo DiCaprio that day kicks Kate Winslet off the one and then we got dressed up and put on a dressing on the like my will get before you drown give me that give me the heart of the ocean but there's something neurologically wrong with him you either that or just be sure to offend green has taken over in and destroyed what's left of his gray matter I mean always possible here's the down his policy to it what trump meant to say under Nancy under Nancy's leadership Democrats to re wrote in past an improved economic trade agreement that contains the strongest enforcement mechanism securing pivotal victories for workers lower prescription drug costs and environmental protections oh my god because she was not done with the same if you're tearing up the speech I thought was great again as the at least of the reaction to getting dissed on our handshake for god's sake.

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How does body image impact mental health?

FT News

07:02 min | 3 years ago

How does body image impact mental health?

"Impact is body image half on a mental health Darren Dodd discusses while bodies often cause of shame and distress and what can be done about two with Chris O'Sullivan, the UK's mental health foundation and London deputy teacher vanilla Kennedy. Chris this year steam for mental health wellness week in the UK is body image. Why they chose in that? Well, it's something that many people relate to. But there isn't always disgusted and always out in the open something that baiters all ages and stages of our life from schools in young people to lay to life. And it's the bit challenging is something that people don't find it easy to talk about. And as we get further into our work to promote mental health awareness. We want to explore some of the more difficult topics and make some progress on those you put up some interest in research gives you the top lines from that. Yeah. We wanted to know bit more about body image. So last year, we covered stress and we discovered around twenty percent of people felt by their body image caused them to feel overwhelmed or unable to Cape in the last year. So we wanted to know more about body image. And the figures are quite stark. I mean, we expected to see quite a high proportion of people having. Ng trouble with their body image, and how it made them feel but around eighteen percent of UK adults in our survey of four thousand five hundred dollars with yougov said that they had had suicidal thoughts as a result of their body image around a third had experienced feelings of anxiety and around third. So thirty five percent had experienced depression. We also asked people whether they had felt take your emotions in relating to their body image and nineteen percent of UK handles had said that they were disgusted as a result of their body image and twenty percents said they hid experienced shame. So these are emotions we don't want people to feel particularly since the proportion of respondents saying that they felt proud or happy was relatively low at nine percent and sixteen percent. So we see that there's an issue here. And we wanted to look into that a little bit more we had gender. For example, we find that more women than men had reported having liberally themselves as a result can. Of their body image around one in ten of the women who responded to the survey compared to four percent of men but twenty five percent of men in the survey reported feeling depressed about their body image. So it's not just a women's issue. Although is something that affects women in particular young women and that needs to be addressed. It's not just adults accosted spats, though, the image and worries among school kids and teenagers. You've got some research coming out on that swell. Right. Absolutely. So in the main survey we look to eighteen to twenty four rediscovered the eighteen twenty fours generally had more concerns about their body image. But we did a specific poll with teenagers and one of the things that came up were cross the board with social media. So twenty percent of UK adults belt that images on social media had caused them worries about their body image. And that was forty six percent of eighteen to twenty thousand survey. Amazon broadly similar to what we were hearing from teenagers. What indeed we've been hearing from young people through our schools programs and our young people's programmes. Which is just another reason why this is an issue that we need. To concentrate on less. It could time to turn to finunc. Finale. How much of a problem is it causing? I teach at a very academic girls school with an Aggripa very academic gull schools, and I really agree with Chris that this is an issue that justifies girls. However, what's really interesting to me is that when a prospective parents expect the atmosphere our school one of the questions, I always ask is is there a lot of issues around body image. Is there a lot of anorexia bulimia your school? Obviously. I answer gory. No because we're incredibly practical about it. But it's interesting that they always ask that of girls schools, and I say to them did you also have eaten when you send your boy there in the answer's always. No. And my feeling is that with women in particular, we buy into the beauty and diet and exercise industry with such vigor, and we spend billions on those industries, and it feels to me that the lack of funding and awareness around. These issues is actually quite cynical and deliberate because it's not really an industry or government interests. Make this a better situation for young people. You see, for example, the lack of regulation around social media. Now, I think we'll all agree that we don't know yet because it's grown so quickly and without any sense of control and any real research into it. How much of an impact session media hasn't body image? But I do know that having been a teenage girl and worked with literally thousands of them, the teenage girls potential to compare herself negatively to others, and particularly the way that she looks has to be exacerbated by the opportunity to do that relentlessly online. So you know, I used to pats compare myself Kate Winslet in a magazine, but I wasn't looking at the celebrities ation of ordinary people all over my social media for seven to nine hours a day. So I think it's potentially really dangerous, and I think we have to look at more than just providing child and adolescent mental health services at the end of the process where things have really fallen apart and teenagers sent hospital's director and focused much on early intervention. And that's why what Chris in the mental health foundation. Do. Doing in terms of lobbying against the relentlessness of messaging by advertising campaigns. And so on is so important social media, usually grabs the headlines for this. Oh, we confusing cause and effect here. Could it be that troubled kids are seeking solace online? How could we ever know? But what I would say a totally buy into the nation that only child may well, spend more time gaming on social media than a child has an active healthy Seychelle life with lots of hobbies. And so on However, I don't know any young people he wants online, and I don't think that we have an entire generation of lonely children seeking solace online. So what we do know is the genie's out of the bottle, and I wouldn't want to demonize the internet, and in some ways, if you look at how for example, politically active generation is you look at someone like gratitude and Berg and the way that she sees the internet to raise environmental issues young people use the internet incredibly, positively as well, so it mustn't demonize it and make the move feel like they can't look at Kardashian without falling apart thing, that's an issue. But what I think is that we really need to be helping them build. Sense of self esteem is actually about liking themselves not just focusing on the shell of them and what they perform to other people. It's actually about I own my space. I like my voice I like my opinions. I've got good friends just social media traditional majors well-placed apart. Of course, it does. I recently rates are letter to net flex about a film to the bone, which in my view in numerously glamorized what it is to suffer manorexic, which is a potentially fatal and incredibly dangerous disease. And what that film, which was watched by literally millions of young people were saying was in fact, being thin is a good thing. And it was teaching you how to be just in enough but not being hospital, which I think is insane. Chris at

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Matthew McConaughey Wanted to Be the Jack to Kate Winslet's Rose in Titanic

Fred and Angi

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Matthew McConaughey Wanted to Be the Jack to Kate Winslet's Rose in Titanic