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"lady diana" Discussed on The Daily Article

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08:09 min | 3 d ago

"lady diana" Discussed on The Daily Article

"This is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox each week day morning. Visit the daily article dot com. Now here's today's news discerned differently. My wife and i were two of the estimated seven hundred fifty million people who watched prince charles mary lady diana spencer forty years ago yesterday. Here's what we didn't know. Diana accidentally spilled some perfume on her wedding dress prior to the ceremony. Her makeup artist then told her to hold the spot in her dress as she was walking to make it seem that she was lifting the front of her dress so she wouldn't step on it. Diana also had to wedding bouquets. This was because queen. Elizabeth lost the flowers during her own wedding so she started. The tradition of having two identical bouquets created to prevent a similar mishap. Here's something else we know. The queen mother gave part of the wedding cake to one of her employees. There was plenty to spare. The three tiered cake stood five feet tall and weighed two hundred. Twenty five pounds. The twenty eight ounce slice of cake is now going up for auction on august eleventh and is expected to bring nearly seven hundred dollars. We seldom know all there is to know about anything we see in the news. For example many of are watching the unfolding protests and responses in cuba cuban-americans gathered on the front lawn of the capitol this week to support those in the island in their fight for freedom from communism. Mass trials of those who marched in protest are already underway with reports that nearly seven hundred have been detained swift. Convictions are already being handed down. We commonly here in western. Press that the cuban healthcare system is a success worthy of emulation. In fact huffington post called it. A model for the world. Cuba sends tens of thousands of doctors to serve. In more than sixty countries senator bernie. Sanders has defended cuban dictator fidel castro because he educated their kids gave their kids healthcare totally transformed the society however after ten trips to the island over the years. I can attest personally that what we hear in western press is not the reality i have experienced. There is essentially three tiers system in cuba. The best healthcare is given to foreigners. This is what american politicians and press usually see while the second tier is restricted to the cuban elite politicians and others. The third tier is available to everyone else and is abysmal. We often brought aspirin and other essentials with us into cuba because the people have no access to them a deer. Pastor friend of mine faced surgery in a cuban hospital under conditions so dire dangerous as to be life threatening. His wife died of cancer. That would have been successfully treated in the. Us as zack taper notes in the daily signal. Patience must bring their own bedsheets soap towels food and even light bulbs to receive medical care. He also documents that cuban doctors and abroad are often thrust into violence situations in gang. Warfare forced to falsify statistics and required to give seventy five to ninety percent of their salary to the government. Cuba also has one of the highest abortion rates in the world. Many patients are pressured into having abortions to artificially improve infant mortality rates by preventing. Marginally riskier births from occurring. In other words. We cannot always believe what we see in the news as we noted in yesterday's daily article we need to pray not only about how to respond to the news in media of our day but even about what news we choose to consume. We are not to trust people only because they tell us what we want to hear jeremiah. Twelve six says even your brothers in the house of your father even they have dealt treacherously with you. They are in full cry after you do not believe them though they speak friendly words to you nor are spiritual leaders to be trusted if they do not lead us to the lord and his truth in verse. Ten jeremiah continues. Many shepherds have destroyed my vineyard. They have trampled down my portion. They've made my pleasant portion a desolate wilderness seeking in speaking biblical truth worth persuasive. Compassion is vital and urgent for a holy. God must inevitably judge sinful nations if any nation will not listen than i will utterly pluck it up and destroy it declares the lord by contrast psalm thirty three twelve declares is the nation whose god is the lord. The people whom he has chosen as his heritage. This fact is relevant. Not just for ancient israel but for us today behold the eye of the lord is on those who fear him on those who hope in his steadfast love the psalmist testified our heart is glad in him because we trust in his holy name we will be glad in god to the degree that we trust in him. The latter is essential to the former. The former is symptomatic of the latter. What are some practical steps. We can take to be more discerning with news in culture and thus more effective in using our influence for god's glory and the common good i we should follow news from a variety of perspectives. Making it a point to include those with which we may not agree subscribing to and supporting at least one. Local outlet is especially important since our influence begins in our jerusalem. Second we should encourage more christians to serve through news outlets reporting recognizing that their platform and influence are especially significant in these days of fulltime media. Consumption as each one has received a gift. Use it to serve one another third. We should use the communication tools available to us for god's greatest glory. If you have a cell phone and access to the internet you can speak to the world. What you say tweet right in post should always honor your savior and draw people to him whether you eat or drink or whatever you do do. All to the glory of god eric. Ladele is just one of many olympic athletes who've used their olympic platform for god's glory a gold medal winner at the nineteen twenty four summer olympics and subject of the nineteen eighty one film chariots of fire. He went on to serve as a missionary in china and died while a japanese prisoner in an internment camp ladele famously wrote to his sister before the olympics. I believe god made me for a purpose but he also made me fast. How is god made you fast today. Note as i discussed. Yesterday i am tweeting and breaking news throughout the day. You can follow me here. And i am writing for our website and stories not in the daily article. You can see my latest articles here to subscribe to the daily article via email. Three any daily article. You may have missed this week or use any of our resources. Please visit denison. Forum dot org. Thank you for listening to the daily article podcast today..

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Princess Diana's Wedding Dress Goes on Display in London

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Princess Diana's Wedding Dress Goes on Display in London

"The dress Princess Diana wore at her wedding to Prince Charles is on public display at the late princess is former London home, The taffeta darling ruffled white dress with its 25 ft sequin encrusted train. Up to seal the fairytale image of the 1981 wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and heir to the British

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:23 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"That's what harry no. That's not harry. Harry is an absolute. He's sweet combine. Sensitive man moore born more as heels the mental stub that he experienced in the short wave of his mother's passing and having to walk but interminable behind coffin the mole. He heals the anger of that situation. The mood the game to see him be forthright intelligence social emancipator. I feel thirty. And knowing them i felt that they fell in love. When we fall in love guys we know of all about in other words we fall in love and we follow the love to the ends of the earth. And i feel that that's what he's actually doing we've make an. I feel that there's a manipulative part of harry at all. I feel that now. What he's doing is using his intelligence engineer. Something but that's something very different from being psychic manipulation and am not enough positioning him as as a manipulate person. I'm saying that We find relationships. We almost unconsciously get into relationships for wide variety of reasons. And i think definitely very clearly. Prince harry sought out that relationship with megan because he was wanting a better life for himself as well. He wanted to escape that situation but he may not have known it. It may be unconscious. Really really unconscious when we fall in love. We're tapping into the deepest most unconscious parts of our souls and yeah and any pass trauma weaves. Its way into that situation. I'm i'm curious. No as a gay man who has worked with so many amazing people actors performers legends states people legends. What do you make of men who race the gay qualities and their voice and this happened to me you know. I've been broadcasting. Since i was eighteen years old and the last couple years my voice started dropping in pitch and sounding less queenie or gay. Sean started selling much lower right and end to the point that i was alarmed. That something that. I used to hate about myself. I felt was dying and i was weeping and mourning that loss and so i went to seek a voice pathologist and of a vocal coach because i was worried i had like cancer. My throat or some horrible thing was happening. And i've been doing this job and interviewing so many people like we've become aware that a lot of actors after they leave drama school college university. They go to someone like you and say. Make me not sound gay and you have such a beautiful lush stewart. We are in love with you. Bless you your voice is like a decadent blanket of expensive afghan or something beautiful that we just wanna wrap ourselves in and part of that quality in your voice is the gay quality in it that you've managed to make this like halston this this part of your brand your soul your identity and and what do you say to those to those men that come to you and say i want you to make me not gay. 'cause they must be a very painful and complicated conversation. Have you know. I've never ever ever had a gay person. Come to me and say what you would. You helped me change my voice. But i have worked with a number of a may transsexuals. I mean really oso to too great. Drag queens is some time ago And what that was all about is really reinforcing. The imprint of their owed psyche of how their psyche is becoming more consciously evolved as a result of the great homeowner changes taking place in that bodies as a result of the whole marinole reaction process that they've been through a and it largely to do with what you've just been saying about the fact as we mature of voices become more full bodied and so as i was saying earlier they take on a wait. They take on gravity where we feel. More of beings expressed through voices. When we're young they tend to be quite high and citing tights boot As we as we begin to mature we begin to find these full honey terms that are the expression of the totality of being physically emotionally mentally and spiritually. So i feel. It's much or at least the way that i approach. It is will want to want to say to the world stewart era delight. Let's hang out sometime. You know you lean absolutely wonderful. I want to thank you both. And i really mean this. I really want to thank you. It's been the most enchanting forty minutes talking with you and thank you so much but bringing me on representing the book. Because i would love to become a major device throughout the world to help people understand this new change taking place so we thank you. Well it's definitely not just tell all your and you did in the book point out that you waited quite some time after even her with princess diana that you wouldn't really talk about your relationship until after her sons were married and honored that commitment. This is what she asked. Yeah but the book. Diana voice of changes. Not just talking about your stories with these extraordinary people but also is of a hands on manual on how you can use the lessons that they learned to change your life for the better absolutely year's by dropping into the essence of who we truly are not what we all but who we all this is. This is the this is the revelation of this huge time of change post covert but here we all revealing ourselves in the fullness of lobbying's rather than just the small pots that we often have referred to revealed and mast cells. This is about the totalitarian. So the book folks the posibility of the fact that the voice of changes the voice of heart. Where do you live right now. Exactly at the moment but You know hoping to move to new york city when i can the mobile icon get into the country because of covid restrictions but to move to new york city because i feel my few shaw is in the united states looking for a beautiful beautiful person to share my life with less. I think there's like at least forty.

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tanking. I imagine that it must have been devastating for everybody that was close to her including you to hear of her demise. There's definitely with you. Know harry and megan today. There's been a lot of discussions about the racism and the Injustice and even you know painting the british monarchy as some sort of organized. Crime that Had lady diana killed which seems to me a little bit outrageous. What what is your making of the harry and meghan interview and You know in positions who conspiracies or feelings that the the british aristocracy or monarchy is this harmful organization that needs to be restructured. Well i. I can't believe that i believe that. The distrupted institution. I feel that there are modes of behavior. The needs change. And as we're seeing from. Diana said usa what harry a meghan assigned. We're seeing a mechanism social mechanism. That was not available to them but in a also so interesting. Is that when we speak of the royal family will also speaking about the We're talking about the organization of the men in gray suits but actually hold the rubicon protocol cv in the full front of their consciousness. Out there the people. But meghan and harry were referring to when make it was speaking about the fact that she was severely concerned about her own mental state and that she wanted to gain assistance. It wasn't that you went to the queen. Will the do of edinburgh era men in gray suits and they were the people but actually Nullified her clang all said no. No no you have to do with it by yourself or whatever but this this makes it sound like the monarchy are held hostage by this firm. Handlers handlers yeah. They're victims of it. I think so. Yeah it's It's quite severe. And obviously through all this taking place recently with harry bank. I'm sure that there are going to be great changes You know. I'm sure there's already been a huge change as a result of prince philip passing. You know i was brought up in the whole of that. My father word with prince philip for thirty years. And so it's it's it's very interesting watching how the social mechanism of has changed over the years. Do the royal family assassinate diana nerve. No no but there is a force in the world which is very doc. And when we saw with martin luther martin luther king or jfk. Oh robert kennedy and other extorting people at malcolm x. In the united states the winds someone moves forward as social emancipator and their boss waves of population who were engaged in the brilliant. That message va out. And i feel the same thing happened with diana what i concentrate on the book on owning the book is not necessarily a conspiracy theory of ritualized. Killing what i concentrate. Tony's the extraordinary affect but took planks as diana met Demise the people who awoke in the most extraordinary way Which we see and other social situations for example the the drooled awakening that took place in new york city off tonight. Eleven where you had you know usual manhattan nights walking and smiling at one another wrong than grimacing at one another because of the speed of life So something very remarkable takes place when a chose pases. That's why i needed to bring in the element of to either we were referring to earlier on. What do you think diana would have thought about. Megan i think she would've loved her. I think meghan is so cool. She's beautiful she's forthright. She's intelligent and i feel now that we're really begin to see what What metal is all about what her might is all about. I think diana love because she is the voice of liberation. We'll certainly you know. There's a lot of criticism happening towards megan in the united states. They're like painting her as we've of getting into that relationship not realizing that she would be facing racism and prejudice and animosity. And i this. Because i'm married to somebody who sometimes uses their spouse as a way to fight with their family. I'm sorry we can't go to dinner tonight. One sushi so you guys are gonna have to fend for euro and i'm okay with me. This has nothing to do not that we can do whatever you like right and i think you know harry in some way. It regards is seeking out a relationship like the one with megan as a way to manage the racism the injustice the inequality that experiences at the hands of his. He's looking for an ally. I think he's looking for a wedge. Actually he's looking for a way to get out And i think he was attracted to make and not not just because she's a beautiful charismatic intelligent wonderful life partner but also because he instinctively knows that it's going to put a bee in their bonnet. That's what harry no. That's not harry. Harry is an absolute hauling. He's sweet combine sensitive man moore born more as heels the mental stub that he experienced in the short wave of his mother's passing and having to walk but interminable behind coffin the mole. He heals the anger of that situation. The mood the game to see him be forthright intelligence social emancipator. I feel thirty. And knowing them i felt that they fell in love. When we fall in love guys we know of all about in other words we fall in love and we follow the love to the ends of the earth. I feel that that's what he's actually doing. We've make an. I feel that there's a manipulative part of harry at all. I feel that now. What he's doing is using his intelligence engineer. Something but that's something very different from being psychic manipulation and i am not enough positioning him as as a manipulate person. I'm saying that We find relationships. We almost unconsciously get into relationships for wide variety of reasons. And i think definitely very clearly. Prince harry sought out that relationship with megan because he was wanting a better life for himself as well. He wanted to escape that situation but he may not have known it. It may be unconscious. Really.

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tanking. I imagine that it must have been devastating for everybody that was close to her including you to hear of her demise. There's definitely with you. Know harry and megan today. There's been a lot of discussions about the racism and the Injustice and even you know painting the british monarchy as some sort of organized. Crime that Had lady diana killed which seems to me a little bit outrageous. What what is your making of the harry and meghan interview and You know in positions who conspiracies or feelings that the the british aristocracy or monarchy is this harmful organization that needs to be restructured. Well i. I can't believe that i believe that. The distrupted institution. I feel that there are modes of behavior. The needs change. And as we're seeing from. Diana said usa what harry a meghan assigned. We're seeing a mechanism social mechanism. That was not available to them but in a also so interesting. Is that when we speak of the royal family will also speaking about the We're talking about the organization of the men in gray suits but actually hold the rubicon of protocol cv in the full front of their consciousness. Out there the people. But meghan and harry were referring to when make it was speaking about the fact that she was severely concerned about her own mental state and that she wanted to gain assistance. It wasn't that you went to the queen. Will the do of edinburgh era men in gray suits and they were the people but actually Nullified her clang all said no. No no you have to do with it by yourself or whatever but this this makes it sound like the monarchy are held hostage by this firm. Handlers handlers yeah. They're victims of it. I think so. Yeah it's It's quite severe. And obviously through all this taking place recently with harry bank. I'm sure that there are going to be great changes You know. I'm sure there's already been a huge change as a result of prince philip passing. You know i was brought up in the whole of that. My father word with prince philip for thirty years. And so it's it's it's very interesting watching how the social mechanism of has changed over the years. Do the royal family assassinate diana nerve. No no but there is a force in the world which is very dog. And when we saw with martin luther martin luther king or jfk. Oh robert kennedy and other extorting people at malcolm x. In the united states the winds someone moves forward as social emancipator and their boss waves off the population who were engaged in the brilliant. That message va out. And i feel the same thing happened with diana what i concentrate on the book on owning the book is not necessarily a conspiracy theory of ritualized. Killing what i concentrate. Tony's the extraordinary affect but took planks as diana met Demise the people who awoke in the most extraordinary way Which we see and other social situations for example the the drooled awakening that took place in new york city off tonight. Eleven where you had you know usual manhattan nights walking and smiling at one another wrong than grimacing at one another because of the speed of life So something very remarkable takes place when a chose pases. That's why i needed to bring in the element of to either we were referring to earlier on. What do you think diana would have thought about. Megan i think she would've loved her. I think meghan is so cool. She's beautiful she's forthright. She's an intelligent. And i feel now that we're really begin to see what What metal is all about what her might is all about. I think diana love because she is the voice of liberation. We'll certainly you know. There's a lot of criticism happening towards megan in the united states. They're like painting her as naive of getting into that relationship not realizing that she would be facing racism and prejudice and animosity. And i this. Because i'm married to somebody who sometimes uses their spouse as a way to fight with their family. I'm sorry we can't go to dinner tonight. One sushi so you guys are gonna have to fend for euro. And i'm like with me. This has nothing to do not that we can do whatever you like right and i think you know harry in some way. It regards is seeking out a relationship like the one with megan as a way to manage the racism the injustice the inequality that experiences at the hands of his foul. He's looking for an ally. I think he's looking for a wedge. Actually he's looking for a way to get out I think he was attracted to make and not not just because she's a beautiful charismatic intelligent wonderful life partner but also because he instinctively knows that. It's going to put a bee in their bonnet harry. No that's not harry. Harry is an absolute hauling. He's sweet combine sensitive man moore born more as heels the mental stub that he experienced in the short wave of his mother's passing and having to walk but interminable behind coffin the mole. He heals the anger of that situation. The mood the game to see him be forthright intelligence social emancipator. I feel thirty. And knowing them i felt that they fell in love. When we fall in love. Guys we know of. that's all about. In other words we fall in love and we follow the love to the ends of the earth. And i feel that that's what he's actually doing. We've make an. I feel that there's a manipulative part of harry at all. I feel that now. What he's doing is using his intelligence engineer. Something but that's something very different from being psychic manipulation and am not enough positioning him as as a manipulate person. I'm saying that We find relationships. We almost unconsciously get into relationships for wide variety of reasons. And i think definitely very clearly. Prince harry sought out that relationship with megan because he was wanting a better life for himself as well. He wanted to escape that situation but he may not have known it. It may be unconscious. Really.

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tanking. I imagine that it must have been devastating for everybody that was close to her including you to hear of her demise. There's definitely with you. Know harry and megan today. There's been a lot of discussions about the racism and the Injustice and even you know painting the british monarchy as some sort of organized. Crime that Had lady diana killed which seems to me a little bit outrageous. What what is your making of the harry and meghan interview and You know in positions who conspiracies or feelings that the the british aristocracy or monarchy is this harmful organization that needs to be restructured. Well i. I can't believe that i believe that. The distrupted institution. I feel that there are modes of behavior. The needs change. And as we're seeing from. Diana said usa what harry a meghan assigned. We're seeing a mechanism social mechanism. That was not available to them but in a also so interesting. Is that when we speak of the royal family will also speaking about the We're talking about the organization of the men in grey suits but actually hold the rubicon of protocol cv in the full front of their consciousness. Out there the people. But meghan and harry were referring to when make it was speaking about the fact that she was severely concerned about her own mental state and that she wanted to gain assistance. It wasn't that you went to the queen. Will the do of edinburgh era men in gray suits and they were the people but actually Nullified her clang all said no. No no you have to do with it by yourself or whatever but this this makes it sound like the monarchy are held hostage by this firm. Handlers handlers yeah. They're victims of it. I think so. Yeah it's It's quite severe. And obviously through all this taking place recently with harry bank. I'm sure that there are going to be great changes You know. I'm sure there's already been a huge change as a result of prince philip passing. You know i was brought up in the whole of that. My father word with prince philip for thirty years. And so it's it's it's very interesting watching how the social mechanism of has changed over the years. Do the royal family assassinate diana nerve. No no but there is a force in the world which is very doc. And when we saw with martin luther martin luther king or jfk. Oh robert kennedy and other extorting people at malcolm x. In the united states the winds someone moves forward as social emancipator and their boss waves off the population who were engaged in the brilliant. That message va out. And i feel the same thing happened with diana what i concentrate on the book on owning the book is not necessarily a conspiracy theory of ritualized. Killing what i concentrate. Tony's the extraordinary affect but took planks as diana met Demise the people who awoke in the most extraordinary way Which we see and other social situations for example the the drooled awakening that took place in new york city off tonight. Eleven where you had you know usual manhattan nights walking and smiling at one another wrong than grimacing at one another because of the speed of life So something very remarkable takes place when a chose pases. That's why i needed to bring in the element of to either we were referring to earlier on. What do you think diana would have thought about. Megan oh i think she would've loved her. I think meghan is so cool. She's beautiful she's forthright. She's intelligent and i feel now that we're really begin to see what What metal is all about what her might is all about. I think diana love because she is the voice of liberation. We'll certainly you know. There's a lot of criticism happening towards megan in the united states. They're like painting her as naive of getting into that relationship not realizing that she would be facing racism and prejudice and animosity. And i this. Because i'm married to somebody who sometimes uses their spouse as a way to fight with their family. I'm sorry we can't go to dinner tonight. One sushi so you guys are gonna have to fend for euro and i'm okay with me. This has nothing to do not that we can do whatever you like right and i think you know harry in some way. It regards is seeking out a relationship like the one with megan as a way to manage the racism the injustice the inequality that experiences at the hands of his. He's looking for an ally. I think he's looking for a wedge. Actually he's looking for a way to get out You know. And i think he was attracted to make not not just because she's a beautiful charismatic intelligent wonderful life partner but also because he instinctively knows that it's going to put a bee in their bonnet. That's what harry. No that's not harry. Harry is an absolute hauling. He's sweet combine sensitive man moore born more as heels the mental stub that he experienced in the short wave of his mother's passing and having to walk but interminable behind coffin the mole. He heals the anger of that situation. The mood the game to see him be forthright intelligence social emancipator. I feel thirty. And knowing them i felt that they fell in love. When we fall in love guys we know of all about in other words we fall in love and we follow the love to the ends of the few that that's what he's actually doing with make an i feel that there's a manipulative part of harry at all. I feel that now. What he's doing is using his intelligence engineer. Something but that's something very different from being psychic manipulation and i am not enough positioning him as as a manipulate person. I'm saying that We find relationships. We almost unconsciously get into relationships for wide variety of reasons. And i think definitely very clearly. Prince harry sought out that relationship with megan because he was wanting a better life for himself as well. He wanted to escape that situation but he may not have known it. It may be unconscious. Really.

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:14 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Shock. Gree was have that shuck t the energy. Yeah yeah yeah well. He was an annoying blonde wasn't she. I mean she was chosen llamas. We saw the most beautiful woman the most photographed woman in recorded his string at here. We all still talking about not just because at this wonderful But also because it will be his sixty thursday july although she's been dead for twenty four years and her son occurring folk carrying forward a legacy to something very remarkable about and that loss to shack t. that extraordinary global mooning unit three point five billion people wept. I mean wow what a force to change people's lives at it seems to be that with the An amazing rows of the divine feminine. This time whether it be within our lives guys gay man as we begin to really discover ways of being compassionate being empathetic being kindly regarding human human dignity as being one of the most foolish aspects of our lives or whether it be to do with the amazing women that are sisters who is stepping forward and really speaking. In a strong forthright weighs about the oppression that they've received from the men in their lives on from the patriarchy. And that's one of the major reasons for me writing the book. Because i work with law off extolled me women who both actors as an politicians all social and they tell me about the stories but they experienced. We've demanding their lives. Whether it be in the boardroom or the broadcasting sweet or in the interviews and how being disparaged franchise disoriented or just intimidated by man. Who would refuse to allow women's step forward and take power. That's offer stewart lady. Diana was probably most famously known as somebody who was a british monarch who hugged and express humanity for people living with aids at a time when not even you know. Politicians or doctors or public figures. Felt comfortable doing so. And i'm curious to know when you were working with her as a as a voice coach. Where in her life. Where was she at ohio. I went with diana off to the martin bashir into the panorama interview at his now infamous because to see tool the tree We just hearing about some of our listeners. Might not be familiar with that. Too seat and just to be clear. Martin bashir kind misled. Diana is that how tabloid journ martin bashir is known as the tabloid journalists and the press. And he's are notorious for pissing off after performance. Pacifica incident i believe. He said that we had some recordings that they didn't actually have and so that kind of got her to do. This interview is that. I am i am i describing ah crackly. Es and spencer diana's brother suggests that the The entity was gained through various. Leans working on the paranoia in other words working on the sensitivity of diana. I mean you're the first thing that i feel that we need to say that she was a very remarkable human being in relation. To this hyper vigilance she had this. Extraordinary empathic intuitive sensitivity and it found being in the world as we see through the chronic lies nature of of her history from the beginning of her royal career. We could see her. Sensitivity was not fully appreciated by the heckman by the hierarchy. because it wasn't an intellectual scope. agree friends. It was something that was deeply deeply deeply ceiling until spins his forward but the sensitivity of diana was increased by ohio by the interview with him and that possibly lead towards the demise. We saw where she was being hounded by the paps might my personal perspective of that interview where whether it was actually gained through nefarious means or not was that diana felt liberated by the interview. I think that's one of the reasons why it was recommended that i work with her. Because she wanted to expand all of the work that she was envisioning as a humanitarian as as a peace envoy unfeeling very secure in the position that she had maintained or had created five south and she wanted to move into extending that role is felt executive women of the world. which is what soule She she still to to In a way that catherine all cut designed by a close but she was looking beautiful full and radiating this immense compassion that that was what was so different. From how where is the the british royal family have always been very removed hiding in the mystique of the what. I'm glad that you brought the substance. Diana moving forward and shaking behind oak someone who is hiv positive. She shook the world into reality in that moment just as when she wants but she was. Bullying can happen. Suffering group Polonia adult life sixty thousand young women. Having heard the announcement the diana married suddenly contacted varying psychiatric institutes in the united kingdom and announced that they will also be lima and they wanted to. they wanted to have held. An astonishing amount of social awareness was ruled about purely and simply through the ravishing sensitivity of diana. I have to tell you she came here to chicago. I believe is a time when you were working with her. On two thousand six june two thousand six and she just dazzled city because like you said she she transformed from that person that seemed very emotional and kind of sat in that interview and was nervous and she just became this electrifying powerful confidence stylish woman. The city was just absolutely obsessed with her. She danced with a phil. Donahue which is a local You know a national talk show host and everybody's found love with her. Did you have did you working with her before her chicago. Visit or yeah. Yeah wanna thank you. Because they we are. The proof of the pudding was a tone summation yeah. She moved from being submissive. Cowering insecure individual. She was beginning to scalp her paw through sorts of different techniques. But at that point she really began to lift herself into a position of trans trends in dental consciousness. And that radiated this extraordinary love..

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"Is her speaking out in public. Who sounds like martin short there. Is this ride dynamic in her the way she fx herself. And i'm wondering like in terms of the conversations that you had with her. You're like you know maybe don't try to sounds like how does this conversation wasn't around back there. But maybe he was in baltimore was inspired by that. You know i'm going to slowly cross your bones and drink the poche there. Is this this menacing tone that she takes in conversation that to me is is really comical in some ways and gillian anderson. Certainly pull that out in her performance. You're the man who was supposed to make her sound. Nice baltimore now. I never actually thought of that illusions. The on stuff but i i must say find who goal tomorrow and find out. You know voice on margaret thatcher particular angle laws that she was using the beginning of her career as a politician in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine nine hundred eighty. She was using. This sort of upper middle class sobbed sounded slightly. Like broken glass you now and i was called in because the ponti felt itchy. Need to to have greenwich tass. I'm so you know. I would you in her late at night sometimes early. In the morning when all essentials in the house of commons it finished. And i would have a bone. Her voice search speak across the chamber floor and she would find the way to voice immediately. Say that she could actually use these. Were really stentorian delivery which she developed That's what i was responsible. But i am. Obviously harry potter wasn't around at that time you know. It's the next time that i chewed in. I will have south stoops. Fausto rob in my mind talking about multiple so thank you for that illusion as well unmistakable. And certainly like a there is. There's a threatening quality to her voice and i'm wondering is that something she wanted to cultivate or was was the conversation between the two of you like how do toll i become nicer how to become like and is it threatening because it may appear more masculine. Is that what it is. Is that what you mean. It's breathy it's know area of the world of the inferior person. Speaking to me. You know there is. There is some quality voice that she's exasperated by having to explain everything that she's a she's a i think margaret thatcher was a chemist. Right right like shiro background in science. You know what this world needs more now as more we don't need any more republicans but if there are going to be republicans we need republicans like margaret thatcher who at least have a background in science into. Yeah yeah and so. I'm wondering like in terms of conversations that you guys had worse she was. She curious about changing or cultivating her voice to sound a certain way. What she wanted to discover was center in a voice. What she wanted to discover with graviton wasting voice would eventually came out. While is what ma. What margaret could purdue's you know I personally didn't think that it was that breathy. I felt that she was using breath into fullness of tone but the other point that you were really making is that margaret was a genius literally. And i'm sure you've met genie's around around the world in your life. The they had this mental capacity which is just or inspiring. I mean margaret slept four hours a night and was had a photographic memory so she could actually read through document full of fakers to do with this fiscal records and then go into the chain bah and episode facto deliver the the come in the cheapest who read as though she'd learned it by heart. I mean it was just staggering. Now do with people who have this quality of genius that they can often appear to be intimidating because they move so fast. And that was the downfall eventually margaret. Because she didn't have any body within her cabinet who would muscle up to me. Mita at the same level of own delivery as a result of that genius becomes impatient as a result of that arrogance steps in. And i feel. She started to intimidate people. And that's the i lay that we remember. Where is it the beginning of a career. When i when i went with i found to be one of the most gracious one of the vice sky. What are the most considerate people that i've worked with she. She certainly nev- Was bruce all demanding or intimidated intimidate to me. She was always gentle and kind and gracious speech lessons like for. Is it like my fair lady. Like a record and say the rain in spain stays mainly on the plane or because it's a very physical and spiritual us. Yeah i mean that's that's where it is with me. Yes i mean. It's very rare to be quite frank. It's really rare for me to be asked to help somebody with speech mortification. Very very very rare. So what am i suppose. That's the statement to the fact that qualities of speech styles of speech are highly individualized and very acceptable today. So it's very. It's very very rare. But i'm asked what i am asked to do is to help somebody with presence and that's my particular forte. So what i do is to allow the individual to find ways of being able to really sit in the very middle of their voices that i was saying earlier so that they actually felt real could feel relaxed that they could feel calm conscious and commanding in other words that they could feel completely present to each since being opened rather than moving too fast and not being able to feel about is or hear what they're saying wall really see to whom they were speaking as the first Quality of action that. I often draw people to that. They're not looking at audience. They not focusing on their audience so they begin to speak at rather than speaking to and so that begins a huge inquiry into the way that the individual feels about the expression of their own power and if they really a lot within their bodies or in live within their bodies to have a sense your holiday that his open all they able to be able to really charm memorize will magnetized people into wonder of what they are about as human beings so these are the qualities that i really work on rather than dealing with how now brown cow all those old speech tongue twister that we use two years. It's very rare. Well your book. I was a little bit surprised by it. Because there's so much spirituality in the book there's so much about affirming who you are your place in the universe. And in fact you mentioned like when lady diana died in a a message out through the universe to to to respect femininity into into take on the patriarch you. There is an indian term for that.

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"Is her speaking out in public. Who sounds like martin short there. Is this ride dynamic in her the way she fx herself. And i'm wondering like in terms of the conversations that you had with her. You're like you know maybe don't try to sound so evil like how does this conversation wasn't around back there. But maybe he was in baltimore was inspired by that. You know i'm going to slowly cross your bones and drink the poche there. Is this this menacing tone that she takes in conversation that to me is is really comical in some ways and gillian anderson. Certainly pull that out in her performance. You're the man who was supposed to make her sound. Nice baltimore now. I never actually thought of that illusions the on stuff. But i i must say finance. Who goal tomorrow and find out. You know voice on margaret thatcher particular angle laws that she was using the beginning of her career as a politician in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine nine hundred eighty. She was using. This sort of upper middle class sobbed sounded slightly. Like broken glass you now and i was called in because the ponti felt itchy. Need to to have greenwich tass. I'm so you know. I would you in her late at night sometimes early. In the morning when all essentials in the house of commons it finished. And i would have a bone. Her voice search speak across the chamber floor and she would find the way to voice immediately. Say that she could actually use these. Were really stentorian delivery which she developed That's what i was responsible. But i you know. Obviously harry potter wasn't around at that time you know. It's the next time that i chewed in. I will have south stoops. Fausto rob in my mind talking about multiple so thank you for that illusion as well unmistakable. And certainly like a there is. There's a threatening quality to her voice and i'm wondering is that something she wanted to cultivate or was was the conversation between the two of you like how do toll i become nicer how to become like and is it threatening because it may appear more masculine. Is that what it is. Is that what you mean. It's breathy it's you know where area of the world of the inferior person. Speaking to me. You know there is. There is some quality voice that she's exasperated by having to explain everything that she's a she's a i think margaret thatcher a was a chemist right right like shiro background in science. You know what this world needs more now as more we don't need any more republicans but if there are going to be republicans we need republicans like margaret thatcher who at least have a background in science into. Yeah yeah and so. I'm wondering like in terms of conversations that you guys had worse. She was she curious about changing or cultivating her voice to sound a certain way. What she wanted to discover was center in a voice. What she wanted to discover with graviton. Wasting voice would eventually came out. While is what ma. What margaret could purdue's you know I personally didn't think that it was that breathy. I felt that she was using breath into fullness of tone but the other point that you were really making is that margaret was a genius literally. And i'm sure you've met genie's around around the world in your life. They had this mental capacity which is just or inspiring. I mean margaret slept four hours a night and was had a photographic memory so she could actually read through document full of acres to do with the fiscal records and then go into the chain bah and episode facto deliver the the come in the cheapest who read as though she'd learned it by heart. I mean it was just staggering. Now do with people who have this quality of genius that they can often appear to be intimidating because they move so fast. And that was the downfall eventually margaret. Because she didn't have any body within her cabinet who would muscle up to me. Mita at the same level of own delivery as a result of that genius becomes impatient as a result of that arrogance steps in. And i feel. She started to intimidate people. And that's the i lay that we remember. Where is it the beginning of a career. When i when i went with i found to be one of the most gracious one of the sky. What are the most considerate people that i've worked with she. She certainly nev- Was bruce all demanding or intimidated intimidate me. She was always gentle and kind and gracious speech lessons like for. Is it like my fair lady. Like a record and say the rain in spain stays mainly on the plane or because it's a very physical and spiritual us. Yeah i mean that's that's where it is with me. Yes i mean. It's very rare to be quite frank. It's really rare for me to be asked to help somebody with speech mortification. Very very very rare. So what am i suppose. That's the statement to the fact that qualities of speech styles of speech are highly individualized and very acceptable today. So it's very. It's very very rare. But i'm asked what i am asked to do is to help somebody with presence and that's my particular forte. So what i do is to allow the individual to find ways of being able to really sit in the very middle of their voices that i was saying earlier so that they actually felt real could feel relaxed that they could feel calm conscious and commanding in other words that they could feel completely prison to each since being opened rather than moving too fast and not being able to feel about is or hear what they're saying wall really see to whom they were speaking as the first Quality of action that. I often draw people to that. They're not looking at audience. They not focusing on their audience so they begin to speak at rather than speaking to and so that begins a huge inquiry into the way that the individual feels about the expression of their own power and if they really a alert within their bodies or in live within their bodies to have a sense your holiday that his open all they able to be able to really charm or mesmerize will magnetized people into the wonder of what they are about as human beings so these are the qualities that i really work on than dealing with how now brown cow all those old speech tongue twister that we use two years. It's very rare. Well your book. I was a little bit surprised by it. Because there's so much spirituality in the book there's so much about affirming who you are your place in the universe. And in fact you mentioned like when lady diana died in a a message out through the universe to to to respect femininity into into take on the patriarch you. There is an indian term for that.

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"Her speaking out in public. Who sounds like martin short there. Is this ride dynamic in her the way she fx herself. And i'm wondering like in terms of the conversations that you had with her. You're like you know maybe don't try to sound so evil like how does this conversation wasn't around back there. But maybe he was in baltimore was inspired by that. You know i'm going to slowly cross your bones and drink the poche there. Is this this menacing tone that she takes in conversation that to me is is really comical. In some ways and julia anderson certainly pull that out in her performance. You're the man who was supposed to make her sound. Nice baltimore now. Well i never actually thought of that illusions. The on stuff but i i must say find who goal tomorrow and find out. You know voice on margaret thatcher particular angle laws that she was using the beginning of her career as a politician in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine nine hundred eighty. She was using. This sort of upper middle class sobbed sounded slightly. Like broken glass you now and i was called in because the ponti felt itchy. Need to to have greenwich tass. I'm so you know. I would you in her late at night sometimes early. In the morning when all essentials in the house of commons it finished. And i would have a bone. Her voice search speak across the chamber floor and she would find the way to voice immediately. Say that she could actually use these. Were really stentorian delivery which she developed That's what i was responsible. But i you know. Obviously harry potter wasn't around at that time you know. It's the next time that i chewed in. I will have south stoops. Fausto rob in my mind talking about multiple so thank you for that illusion as well unmistakable. And certainly like a there is. There's a threatening quality to her voice and i'm wondering is that something she wanted to cultivate or was was the conversation between the two of you like how do toll i become nicer how to become like and is it threatening because it may appear more masculine that what it is. Is that what you mean. It's breathy it's you worry of the world of the inferior person. Speaking to me. You know there is. There is some quality voice that she's exasperated by having to explain everything that she's a she's a i think margaret thatcher was a chemist. Right right like shiro background in science. You know what this world needs more now as more we don't need any more republicans but if there are going to be republicans we need republicans like margaret thatcher who at least have a background in science into. Yeah yeah and and so. I'm wondering like in terms of conversations that you guys had worse she was. She curious about changing or cultivating her voice to sound a certain way. What she wanted to discover was center in a voice. What she wanted to discover with graviton wasting voice would eventually came out. While is what ma. What margaret could purdue's you know I personally didn't think that it was that breathy. I felt that she was using breath into fullness of tone but the other point that you were really making is that margaret genius literally. And i'm sure you've met genie's around the world in your life. The they had this mental capacity which is just or inspiring. I mean margaret slept four hours a night and was had a photographic memory so she could actually read through document full of fakers to do with the fiscal records and then go into the chain bah and episode facto deliver the the come in the cheapest who read as though she'd learned it by heart. I mean it was just staggering. Now do with people who have this quality of genius that they can often appear to be intimidating because they move so fast. And that was the downfall eventually margaret. Because she didn't have any body within her cabinet who would muscle up to me. Mita at the same level of own delivery as a result of that genius becomes impatient as a result of that arrogance steps in. And i feel. She started to intimidate people. And that's the i lay that we remember. Where is it the beginning of a career. When i when i went with i found to be one of the most gracious one of the vice sky. What are the most considerate people that i've worked with she. She certainly nev- Was bruce all demanding or intimidated intimidate me. She was always gentle and kind and gracious speech lessons like for. Is it like my fair lady. Like a record and say the rain in spain stays mainly on the plane or because it's a very physical and spiritual us. Yeah i mean that's that's where it is with me. Yes i mean. It's very rare to be quite frank. It's really rare for me to be asked to help somebody with speech mortification. Very very very rare. So what am i suppose. That's the statement to the fact that qualities of speech styles of speech are highly individualized and very acceptable today. So it's very. It's very very rare. But i'm asked what i am asked to do is to help somebody with presence and that's my particular forte. So what i do is to allow the individual to find ways of being able to really sit in the very middle of voices that i was saying earlier so that they actually felt real could feel relaxed that they could feel calm conscious and commanding in other words that they could feel completely prison to each since being opened rather than moving too fast and not being able to feel about is or hear what they're saying wall really see to whom they were speaking as the first Quality of action that. I often draw people to that. They're not looking at audience. They not focusing on their audience so they begin to speak at rather than speaking to and so that that begins a huge inquiry into the way that the individual feels about the expression of their own power and if they really a alert within their bodies or in live within their bodies to have a sense your holiday that his open all they able to be able to really charm or mesmerize will magnetized people into the wonder of what they are about as human beings. So these are the qualities that i really work on than dealing with. How now brown cow. All those old speech tongue twister that we use two years. It's very rare. Well your book. I was a little bit surprised by it. Because there's so much spirituality in the book there's so much about affirming who you are your place in the universe. And in fact you mentioned like when lady diana died in a a message out through the universe to to to respect femininity into into take on the patriarch you. There is an indian term. That.

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"Tone versus her speaking out in public. Who sounds like martin short there. Is this ride dynamic in her the way she fx herself. And i'm wondering like in terms of the conversations that you had with her. You're like you know maybe don't try to sound so evil like how does this conversation wasn't around back there. But maybe he was in baltimore was inspired by that. You know i'm going to slowly cross your bones and drink the poche there. Is this this menacing tone that she takes in conversation that to me is is really comical in some ways and gillian anderson certainly pulls that out in her performance. You're the man who was supposed to make her sound. Nice baltimore now. Well will never actually thought of that illusions. The on stuff but i i must say find who goal tomorrow and find out. You know voice on margaret thatcher particular angle laws that she was using the beginning of her career as a politician in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine nine hundred eighty. She was using. This sort of upper middle class sobbed sounded slightly. Like broken glass you now and i was called in because the ponti felt itchy. Need to to have greenwich tass. I'm so you know. I would you in her late at night sometimes early. In the morning when all essentials in the house of commons it finished. And i would have a bone. Her voice search speak across the chamber floor and she would find the way to voice immediately. Say that she could actually use these. Were really stentorian delivery which she developed That's what i was responsible. But i you know. Obviously harry potter wasn't around at that time you know. It's the next time that i chewed in. I will have south stools. Fausto rob in my mind talking about multiple so thank you for that illusion as well unmistakable. You and certainly like a there is. There's a threatening quality to her voice. And i'm wondering. Is that something. She wanted to cultivate or was was the conversation between the two of you like how do toll i become nicer how to become like and is it threatening because it may appear more masculine. Is that what it is. Is that what you mean. It's breathy it's you know area of the world of the inferior person. Speaking to me. You know there is. There is some quality voice that she's exasperated by having to explain everything that she's a she's a i think margaret thatcher a was a chemist right right like shiro background in science. You know what this world needs more now as more we don't need any more republicans but if there are going to be republicans we need republicans like margaret thatcher who at least have a background in science into. Yeah yeah and so. I'm wondering like in terms of conversations that you guys had worse. She was she curious about changing or cultivating her voice to sound a certain way. What she wanted to discover was center in a voice. What she wanted to discover with graviton. Wasting voice would eventually came out. While is what ma. What margaret could purdue's you know I personally didn't think that it was that breathy. I felt that she was using breath into fullness of tone but the other point that you were really making is that margaret was a genius literally. And i'm sure you've met genie's around around the world in your life. They had this mental capacity which is just or inspiring. I mean margaret slept four hours a night and was had a photographic memory so she could actually read through document full of acres to do with this fiscal records and then go into the chain bah and episode facto deliver the the come in the cheapest who read as though she'd learned it by heart. I mean it was just staggering. Now do with people who have this quality of genius that they can often appear to be intimidating because they move so fast. And that was the downfall eventually margaret. Because she didn't have any body within her cabinet who would muscle up to me. Mita at the same level of own delivery as a result of that genius becomes impatient as a result of that arrogance steps in. And i feel. She started to intimidate people. And that's the i lay that we remember. Where is it the beginning of a career. When i when i went with i found to be one of the most gracious one of the sky. What are the most considerate people that i've worked with she. She certainly nev- Was bruce demanding or intimidated intimidate to me. She was always gentle and kind and gracious speech lessons like for. Is it like my fair lady. Like a record and say the rain in spain stays mainly on the plane or because it's a very physical and spiritual us. Yeah i mean that's that's where it is with me. Yes i mean. It's very rare to be quite frank. It's really rare for me to be asked to help somebody with speech mortification. Very very very rare. So what am i suppose. That's the statement to the fact that qualities of speech styles of speech are highly individualized and very acceptable today. So it's very. It's very very rare. But i'm asked what i am asked to do is to help somebody with presence and that's my particular forte. So what i do is to allow the individual to find ways of being able to really sit in the very middle of voices that i was saying earlier so that they actually felt real could feel relaxed that they could feel calm conscious and commanding in other words that they could feel completely prison to each since being opened rather than moving too fast and not being able to feel about is or hear what they're saying wall really see to whom they were speaking as the first on quality of action that i often draw people to that. They're not looking at audience. They not focusing on their audience so they begin to speak at rather than speaking to and so that that begins a huge inquiry into the way that the individual feels about the expression of their own power and if they really a alert within their bodies or in live within their bodies to have a sense your holiday that his open all they able to be able to really charm or mesmerize will magnetized people into wonder of what they are about as human beings so these are the qualities that i really work on rather than dealing with how now brown cow all those old speech tongue twister that we use to years. It's very rare. Well your book. I was a little bit surprised by it. Because there's so much spirituality in the book there's so much about affirming who you are your place in the universe. And in fact you mentioned like when lady diana died in a a message out through the universe to to to respect femininity into into take on the patriarch you. There is an indian term for that.

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tone versus her speaking out in public. Who sounds like martin short there. Is this ride dynamic in her the way she fx herself. And i'm wondering like in terms of the conversations that you had with her. You're like you know maybe don't try to sound so evil like how does this conversation wasn't around back there. But maybe he was in baltimore was inspired by that. You know i'm going to slowly cross your bones and drink the poche there. Is this this menacing tone that she takes in conversation that to me is is really comical in some ways and gillian anderson. Certainly pull that out in her performance. You're the man who was supposed to make her sound. Nice baltimore now. I never actually thought of that illusions. The on stuff but i i must say find who goal tomorrow and find out. You know voice on margaret thatcher particular angle laws that she was using the beginning of her career as a politician in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine nine hundred eighty. She was using. This sort of upper middle class sobbed sounded slightly. Like broken glass you now and i was called in because the ponti felt itchy. Need to to have greenwich tass. I'm so you know. I would you in her late at night sometimes early. In the morning when all essentials in the house of commons it finished. And i would have a bone. Her voice search speak across the chamber floor and she would find the way to voice immediately. Say that she could actually use these. Were really stentorian delivery which she developed That's what i was responsible. But i you know. Obviously harry potter wasn't around at that time you know. It's the next time that i chewed in. I will have south stoops. Fausto rob in my mind talking about multiple so thank you for that illusion as well unmistakable. You and certainly like a there is. There's a threatening quality to her voice. And i'm wondering. Is that something. She wanted to cultivate or was was the conversation between the two of you like how do toll i become nicer how to become like and is it threatening because it may appear more masculine. Is that what it is. Is that what you mean. It's breathy it's you know area of the world of the inferior person. Speaking to me. You know there is. There is some quality voice that she's exasperated by having to explain everything that she's a she's a i think margaret thatcher was a chemist. Right right like shiro background in science. You know what this world needs more now as more we don't need any more republicans but if there are going to be republicans we need republicans like margaret thatcher who at least have a background in science into. Yeah yeah and so. I'm wondering like in terms of conversations that you guys had worse she was. She curious about changing or cultivating her voice to sound a certain way. What she wanted to discover was center in a voice. What she wanted to discover with graviton wasting voice would eventually came out. While is what ma. What margaret could purdue's you know I personally didn't think that it was that breathy. I felt that she was using breath into fullness of tone but the other point that you were really making is that margaret was a genius literally. And i'm sure you've met genie's around the world in your life. They had this mental capacity which is just or inspiring. I mean margaret slept four hours a night and was had a photographic memory so she could actually read through document full of acres to do with the fiscal records and then go into the chain bah and episode facto deliver the the come in the cheapest who read as though she'd learned it by heart. I mean it was just staggering. Now do with people who have this quality of genius that they can often appear to be intimidating because they move so fast. And that was the downfall eventually margaret. Because she didn't have any body within her cabinet who would muscle up to me. Mita at the same level of own delivery as a result of that genius becomes impatient as a result of that arrogance steps in. And i feel. She started to intimidate people. And that's the i lay that we remember. Where is it the beginning of a career. When i when i went with i found to be one of the most gracious one of the vice sky. What are the most considerate people that i've worked with she. She certainly nev- Was bruce all demanding or intimidated intimidate to me. She was always gentle and kind and gracious speech lessons like for. Is it like my fair lady. Like a record and say the rain in spain stays mainly on the plane or because it's a very physical and spiritual us. Yeah i mean that's that's where it is with me. Yes i mean. It's very rare to be quite frank. It's really rare for me to be asked to help somebody with speech mortification. Very very very rare. So what am i suppose. That's the statement to the fact that qualities of speech styles of speech are highly individualized and very acceptable today. So it's very. It's very very rare. But i'm asked what i am asked to do is to help somebody with presence and that's my particular forte. So what i do is to allow the individual to find ways of being able to really sit in the very middle of voices that i was saying earlier so that they actually felt real could feel relaxed that they could feel calm conscious and commanding in other words that they could feel completely prison to each since being opened rather than moving too fast and not being able to feel about is or hear what they're saying wall really see to whom they were speaking as the first Quality of action that. I often draw people to that. They're not looking at audience. They not focusing on their audience so they begin to speak at rather than speaking to and so that that begins a huge inquiry into the way that the individual feels about the expression of their own power and if they really a alert within their bodies or in live within their bodies to have a sense your holiday that his open all they able to be able to really charm or mesmerize will magnetized people into wonder of what they are about as human beings so these are the qualities that i really work on dealing with how now brown cow all those old speech tongue twister that we use to years. It's very rare. Well your book. I was a little bit surprised by it. Because there's so much spirituality in the book there's so much about affirming who you are your place in the universe. And in fact you mentioned like when lady diana died in a a message out through the universe to to to respect femininity into into take on the patriarch you. There is an indian term for that.

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"Well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing frahm and i say where do you think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. Have you ever watched downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything new york city. Everybody so use to you know that sort of sound that ricky as makes will open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third. Enunciate to ten stewart. I mean you could be from iowa for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan murphy's miniseries halston where you know the the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely. yeah. I i watched The netflix's halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the namely urge thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously eat study videos of allston producing that wonderful and it seems that halston was moving towards something that he perceived to be more classical bearing in mind to the intelligence speech Ib lee closers of the northeastern seaboard. Because that was the social media that he wanted to move into but as a result developed his own very specific to knowlegde which i thought was really fascinating know that he would sound in the particular way and then behave in other ways. Which was quite licentious was the seventies and eighties right. Well you have a theory that a lot of gay men grew up watching these black and white transatlantic movies and so that's why they sound like halston. Oh yeah. They sat inside on a rainy day with their mother and watch the old movies. I thunder folk. The drag queen from rupaul's drag race is from pennsylvania hometown though but i don't think we sound anything alike alaska. Sounds like the and valley girl in their pittsburghese but there is this kind of pause quality to the way they be. I'm curious to know like you know because worked with legends on. How profoundly intimidate intimidating. It must be to be brought in front of margaret thatcher of lady diana and be like come here young man and teach me how to speak. How do you begin. That's having that conversation with somebody who is in such a position of power and intimidation to guide them into being better people Interesting question well. Firstly we both women booth mantra and diana. I found them to be extraordinarily easy to meet to develop a pool with but you know the prima facie cool always for me is that i listen to what the individual wants so it allows to come myself if i feel nervous. We'll fearful. What was you saying slightly intimidated by somebody. Who august as margaret thatcher. I thirteen stillness. Just received what they what they wish. Respond to whatever their questions may be an this one can develop a strategy. Aw a formulation of what. The possibility is it. Purely in simply in relation to walt been needs rather than putting posing something onto them. And that i've always found is a way to be out to suit use people into feeling easy feeling con ceiling centered and feeling that they can receive. Because obviously when we're dealing with people who awful filling a global responsibility or a nation addition responsibility as for example these ladies what but they. They have lost perspective of what that responsibility is under crosses. We know at times what it does is to inflate the echo so by calming them. And by as i was saying just seducing them into the point of view of the I i can be trusted. Why can be a confidential witness. But i can begin to interact with them and give them just a few things to think about but will help them find a way of being able to improve or to accelerate whatever the wanderers that they've already begun to discover scalp up. So were you well known as a voice coach as a speech pathologist in your field and that's sort of what led you to working with. I mean some huge names that at the height of their careers or was this something. Just like the king's speech where the woman was the queen. Mother just rang the doorbell and whoever was behind there was the person that got hired for the job. Yes with mr low. Who helped king george. The sex i was known. Yes i was an act Through seven twos and to at least trying to become the greatest act to the twentieth century. And something happened obviously I was in In the united states cup. Because i'd been on tool. We'll tool with the royal shakespeare company and we ended up in new york city and i fell in love with your city and i fell in love with a particular actor in new york. City who will remain nameless class also stayed on for eighteen months. You'll gain quite a reputation on ebay off broadway as a classical actor and And then i got this great costing for a movie and if that was successful with accounting i'd say it was moving to the los angeles where we were shooting and what i was packing the new city apartments. The telephone rang and everything went to slow motion by brothers. Saying what are you doing. And i said well. I'm going to los angeles to become famous actor. And he's will you need to know that. A mother has terminal cancer. She's three months today more. You're gonna do now. That was the moment of reckoning. And you know my mother. And i had a very strong so connection so i decided that compassionately i needed to forget about what the movie was all about although it moved being to breach of contract and became back to the united kingdom nurse to for year so i gave suspended my acting career. What i did this when she paused. I was telephoned by the royal shakespeare company. Voice direct to sicily. Barry one of the most famous voice coaches of the english speaking world and she said what are you doing. I said when. I'm not doing anything on being. This.

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07:40 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"People rather than mesmerizes people. It is really amazing. How audrey hepburn channels That elisa doolittle character in my fair lady which i imagined that every speech pathologists every voice coach is intimately familiar with that musical and the beginning of it. They're showing her as a as a poor flower girl and she speaks and people can understand what she saying. Did you say comes. We don't say can't in the united states because that sounds like something. Naughty can't can't can't maybe throw was not supposed to my ears. it should have been. Yeah absolutely well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing frahm and i say where do you think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. You ever watch downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything new york city. Everybody's so used to you know that sort of sound that as makes will open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third. Enunciate to ten dollars stewart. I'll wa- for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan. Murphy's miniseries halston where the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely yeah. I i watched The netflix halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the namely scourge thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously eat study videos of allston producing that wonderful and it seems that halston was moving towards something that he perceived to be more classical bearing in mind to the speech ib lee closers of the northeastern seaboard. Because that was the social media that he wanted to move into but as a result developed his own very specific to knowlegde which i thought was really fascinating that he would sound in the particular way and then behave in other ways. Which was quite licentious was the seventies and eighties right. Well you have a theory that a lot of gay men grew up watching these black and white transatlantic movies and so that's why they sound like halston. Oh yeah. They sat inside on a rainy day with their mother and watch the old movies. I thunder folk. The drag queen from rupaul's drag race is from irie pennsylvania hometown though but. I don't think we sound anything alike alaska. Sounds like and it's a little bit of a valley girl in their pittsburghese but there is this kind of pause quality to the way they be. I'm curious to know like you know because worked with legends. How profoundly intimidate intimidating. It must be to be brought in front of margaret thatcher of lady diana and be like come here young man and teach me how to speak. How do you begin. That's having that conversation with somebody who is in such a position of power and intimidation to guide them into being better people Interesting question well. Firstly we both women booth margaret and diana. I found them to be extraordinarily easy to meet to develop a pool with but you know the prima facie cool always for me is that i listen to what the individual wants so it allows me to come myself if i feel. Nervous will fearful. What was you saying slightly intimidated by somebody. Who august as margaret thatcher. I thirteen stillness. Just received what they what they wish. Respond to whatever their questions may be an out of this. One can develop a strategy. Aw a formulation of what. The possibility is it purely in simply in relation to won't been needs Rather than putting posing something onto them. And that i've always found is a way to be out to suit use people into feeling easy feeling con ceiling centered and feeling that they can receive. Because obviously when we're dealing with people who awful filling a global responsibility or a nation addition responsibility as for example these ladies what but they. They have lost perspective of what that responsibility is under crosses. We know at times what it does is to inflate the echo so by calming them. And by as i was saying just seducing them into the point of view of the I i can be trusted. Why can be a confidential witness. But i can begin to interact with them and give them just a few things to think about but will help them find a way of being able to improve or to accelerate whatever the wanderers that they've already begun to discover scalp up. So were you well known as a voice coach as a speech pathologist in your field and that's sort of what led you to working with. I mean some huge names that at the height of their careers or was this something. Just like the king's speech where the woman was the queen. Mother just rang the doorbell and whoever was behind there was the person i got hired for the job. Yes with mr low. Who helped king george. The sex i was known. Yes i was an act Through seven twos and was about to at least trying to become the greatest act to the twentieth century and something happened obviously I was in In the united states cup. Because i'd been on tool. We'll tool with the royal shakespeare company and we ended up in new york city and i fell in love with your city and i fell in love with a particular actor in new york city who will remain. Nameless plan also stayed on for eighteen months..

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"Channels That elisa doolittle character in my fair lady which i imagined that every speech pathologists every voice coach is intimately familiar with that musical and the beginning of it. They're showing her as a as a poor flower girl and she speaks and people can understand what she saying. Did you say comes. We don't say can't in the united states because that sounds like something. Naughty can't can't can't maybe throw was not supposed to my ears. it should have been. Yeah absolutely well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing from where do you think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. Have you ever watched downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything new york city. Everybody's so used to you. Know that sort of sound that ricky as makes we'll open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third enunciate to ten dollars. Stewart could be from iowa for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan murphy's miniseries halston where the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely yeah. I i watched The netflix halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the namely urge thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

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06:32 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"The princess diana made international headlines in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven at the opening of the uk's first and aids unit at middlesex hospital. When she shook hands with patient who was dying from age. In an era of aids hysteria. This ordinary gesture marked the first time. A royal or a prominent politician knowingly made public physical contact with anyone living with hiv. The simple act place. Ter- in stark contrast to the aloof royal family and endeared her to gay men everywhere over time princess diana evolved into a fierce advocate for many great causes including hiv aids. As well as leading a campaign against landmines. When diana i entered the spotlight she was shy into mirror but after her divorce. She became a strong and charismatic. Champion as the people's princess. But how did she do it. How did she go from someone controlled by the monarchy to a powerful advocate for the people today. Princess diana's voice and presence coach. Stuart pearce joins us to look how he helped princess diana tap into the power within to command an international stage and his new book diana the voice of change pierce dives deep into his work helping guide people like princess diana on how to speak and act in public listen stewart shares with us some of the techniques. He uses on his celebrity clientele to perform their best. And why does lord voldemort. Sound like margaret thatcher fell for no mark billion on. This is feast of fun. Hi there how wonderful to me you. Hi stuart pearce. This is fausto for knows from feast of fun a wonderful to meet you guys. Very exotic name found. Stor thank you. I'm from puerto rico. The name actually originates from germanic languages and meaning oust. You're familiar with the story of faust right in defeat. Yes even more so with dr faustus by christopher maher that's right and so basically it's the story of job but backwards so god and the devil take a bet. Just like professor higgins colonel kerry cac rain aware their basic leon right Emphasis was basically testing persons faith or fortitude by grabbing job they take everything away but and follows the classical story of faust. They give the man everything he wanted. And he's tremendously sound familiar. That's why in some cultures. May all your dreams come. True is a curse. This is true but your voice sounds so wonderfully so it seems that you've been able to transcend whatever sufferings fat into space a pure joy. I have been through hell and back. That is absolutely true. And when i was a young young little gay boy i got an answering machine and i recorded my voice on it and i was mortified terrifying. It's terrifying and i was like i hate my voice. Most people do though. Don't they stewart. Oh absolutely yes. Even some of the greatest voices in the world that we may refer to dislike this immensely. And you know why that is because we just hear the recording on the outside about the eatings whereas we're used to hearing voices within. We're really moved. Actually with your new book diana the voice of change where you talk about how your voice shapes our life and our voices tell our stories they are the very blueprint of our psyche and how we is. Our voice will utterly change our lives. How did your life change when you started teaching people how to speak money mentally monumentally because We discovered that. Sound the very cool of creation and to create ourselves in the fullness of our beings authentically of egypt's as powerfully as possible retuned into our voices we harmonize the whole of beings. Because all we common is debating on which intention is used for example talking to this is being to spend you off into finishing the cool really quickly but if i speak like this you know like a deep into the senate by being in other words us allies my note because we each have note which is being proven of cool scientifically today particularly in cybersecurity. Voices are actually being used in a much more specific cool accurate way boon for example the irish or in the blueprint that there is a new tour a harmony. We're right in the very center of our beings. The welby sounded but we all unique and each of us have a different nurse. Who can you imagine. Though the seven point seven billion people we each have our own hurt How do you discover your vote by making love profusely. Take it it's It's it's really interesting. It's a question thirsty stimulating breath because obviously our brands is our life breath being crunchy on my or or ci or key on. May the force be with you stimulating. The breath right through the very sent about blood focusing of voices through a hobbs. We will automatically find the middle of our range. We find the center of physical geometry and so great poet. Rumi said woods and rice from the hot into the tunnel they possibly on the is like how you doing the exaggerated speech how you pull away from the phone a little bit just just so that because obviously it's A sound of intimidation which repels.

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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"The princess diana made international headlines in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven at the opening of the uk's first and aids unit at middlesex hospital. When she shook hands with a patient who was dying from age in an era of aids hysteria. This ordinary gesture marked the first time. A royal or a prominent politician knowingly made public physical contact with anyone living with hiv. The simple act place. Ter- in stark contrast to the aloof royal family and endeared her to gay men everywhere over time princess diana evolved into a fierce advocate for many great causes including hiv aids. As well as leading a campaign against landmines. When diana i entered the spotlight she was shy into mirror but after her divorce. She became a strong and charismatic. Champion as the people's princess. But how did she do it. How did she go from someone controlled by the monarchy to a powerful advocate for the people today. Princess diana's voice and presence coach. Stuart pearce joins us to look how he helped princess diana tap into the power within to command an international stage and his new book diana the voice of change pierce dives deep into his work helping guide people like princess diana on how to speak and act in public listen stewart shares with us some of the techniques. He uses on his celebrity clientele to perform their best. And why does lord voldemort. Sound like margaret thatcher fell for no mark billion on. This is feast of fun. Hi there how wonderful to me you. Hi stuart pearce. Fausto for knows from feast of fun a wonderful to meet you guys very exotic name found stor thank you. I'm from puerto rico. The name actually originates from germanic languages and lucky oust. You're familiar with the story of faust right in defeat. Yes even more so with dr faustus by christopher maher that's right and so basically it's the story of job but backwards so god and the devil take a bet. Just like professor higgins colonel kerry cac rain aware their basic leon right Emphasis was basically testing persons faith or fortitude by grabbing job they take everything away but and follows the classical story of faust. They give the man everything he wanted. And he's tremendously sound familiar. That's why in some cultures. May all your dreams come. True is a curse. This is true. But your voice sounds so wonderfully buoyant. So it seems that you've been able to transcend whatever sufferings fat into space a pure joy. I have been through hell and back. That is absolutely true. And when i was a young young little gay boy i got an answering machine and i recorded my voice on it and i was mortified terrifying. It's terrifying and i was like i hate my voice. Most people do though. Don't they stewart. Oh absolutely yes. Even some of the greatest voices in the world that we may refer to dislike this immensely. And you know why that is because we just hear the recording on the outside about the eatings whereas where used to hearing voices within. We're really moved. Actually with your new book diana the voice of change where you talk about. How your voice shapes our life and our voices tell our stories they are the very blueprint of our psyche and how we is. Our voice will utterly changed our lives. How did your life change when you started teaching people how to speak money mentally monumentally because We discovered that sound is the very cool of creation and to create ourselves in the fullness of our beings authentically of egypt's as powerfully as possible retuned into our voices we harmonize the whole of beings. Because all we common is debating on which intention is used for example. Talking to this is being to spend you off into finishing the cool really quickly but if i speak like this you know like a deep into the senate by being in other words us allies my note because we each have note which is being proven of cool scientifically today particularly in cybersecurity. Voices are actually being used in a much more specific cool accurate way boon for example the irish or in the blueprint that there is a new tour a harmony. We're right in the very center of our being the we sounded but we all unique and each of us have a different nurse. Who can you imagine. Though the seven point seven billion people we each have our own hurt How do you discover your vote by making love profusely. I'll take it it's It's it's really interesting. It's a question thirsty stimulating breath because obviously our brands is our life breath being crunchy on my or or ci or key on. May the force be with you stimulating. The breath right through the very sent about blood focusing of voices through a hobbs. We will automatically find the middle of our range. We find the center of physical geometry and so great poet. Rumi said woods and rice from the hot into the tunnel. They possibly on the as you like. How you doing the exaggerated speech how you pull away from the phone a little bit just just so that because obviously it's A sound of intimidation which repels.

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07:57 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"And gracious speech lessons like for. Is it like my fair lady like we play a record and say the rain in spain stays mainly on the plane or because it's a very physical and spiritual us. Yeah i mean that's that's where it is with me. Yes i mean. It's very rare to be quite frank. It's really rare for me to be asked to help somebody with speech mortification. Very very very rare. So what am i suppose. That's the statement to the fact that qualities of speech styles of speech are highly individualized and very acceptable today. So it's very. It's very very rare. But i'm asked what i am asked to do is to help somebody with presence and that's my particular forte. So what i do is to allow the individual to find ways of being able to really sit in the very middle of voices that i was saying earlier so that they actually felt real could feel relaxed that they could feel calm conscious and commanding in other words that they could feel completely prison to each since being opened rather than moving too fast and not being able to feel about is or hear what they're saying wall really see to whom they were speaking as the first Quality of action that. I often draw people to that. They're not looking at audience. They not focusing on their audience so they begin to speak at rather than speaking to and so that that begins a huge inquiry into the way that the individual feels about the expression of their own power and if they really a alert within their bodies or in live within their bodies to have a sense your holiday that his open all they able to be able to really charm or mesmerize will magnetized people into the wonder of what they are about as human beings. So these are the qualities that i really work on. Rather than dealing with how now brown cow all those old speech tongue twister that we use two years. It's very rare. Well your book. I was a little bit surprised by it. Because there's so much spirituality in the book there's so much about affirming who you are your place in the universe. And in fact you mentioned like when lady diana died in a a message out through the universe to to to respect femininity into into take on the patriarch you. There is an indian term for that shock. Gree was have that row shuck t the energy. Yeah yeah yeah well. He was an anointed. Lon wasn't she. I mean she was chosen llamas. We saw the most beautiful woman the most photographed woman in recorded his string at here. We all still talking about are not just because at this wonderful But also because it will be his sixty thursday july She's been dead for twenty four years and her son occurring folk carrying forward a legacy to something very remarkable about cost shack. T. that extraordinary global. Mooning unit three point five billion people wept. I mean wow what a force to change people's lives at it seems to be that with the An amazing rows of the divine feminine. This time whether it be within our lives guys gay man as we begin to really discover ways of being compassionate being empathetic being kindly regarding human human dignity as being one of the most foolish aspects of our lives or whether it be to do with the amazing women that are sisters who is stepping forward and really speaking. In a strong forthright weighs about the oppression that they've received from the men in their lives on from the patriarchy. And that's one of the major reasons for me writing the book. Because i work with law off extolled me women who both actors as an politicians all social and they tell me about the stories but they experienced. We've demanding their lives. Whether it be in the boardroom or the broadcasting sweet or in the interviews and how being disparaged franchise disoriented or just intimidated by man. Who would refuse to allow women's step forward and take power. That's offer stewart lady. Diana was probably most famously known as somebody who was a british monarch who hugged and express humanity for people living with aids at a time when not even you know. Politicians or doctors or public figures. Felt comfortable doing so. And i'm curious to know when you were working with her as a as a voice coach. Where in her life. Where was she at ohio. I went with diana off to the martin bashir into the panorama interview at his now infamous because to see tool the tree Just hearing about some of our listeners might not be familiar with that too seat and just to be clear martin. Bashir kind misled. Diana is that how tabloid journ martin bashir is known as the tabloid journalists and the press. And he's are notorious for pissing off after performance pacifica incident. I believe he said that we had some recordings that they didn't actually have. And so that kind of got her to do. This interview is that i am i am i describing ah crackly. Es and spencer diana's brother Suggests that the The entity was gained through various. Leans working on the paranoia in other words working on the sensitivity of diana. I mean you're the first thing that i feel that we need to say that she was a very remarkable human being in relation. To this hyper vigilance she had this. Extraordinary empathic intuitive sensitivity and it found being in the world as we see through the chronic lies nature of of her history from the beginning of her royal career. We could see her. Sensitivity was not fully appreciated by the heckman by the hierarchy. because it wasn't an intellectual scope. agree friends. It was something that was deeply deeply deeply ceiling until spins his forward but the sensitivity of diana was increased by ohio by the interview with him and that possibly lead towards the demise that we saw where she was being hounded by the paps might my personal perspective of that interview where whether it was actually gained through nefarious means or not was that diana felt liberated by the interview. I think that's one of the reasons why it was recommended that i work with her. Because she wanted to expand all of the work that she was envisioning as a humanitarian as as a peace envoy unfeeling very secure in the position that she had maintained or had created five south and she wanted to move into extending that role is felt executive women of the world which is what saw She she still to to In a way that catherine all cut designed by a close but she was looking beautiful full and radiating this immense compassion that that was what was so different. 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"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:59 min | 2 months ago

"lady diana" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"People rather than mesmerizes people. It is really amazing. How audrey hepburn channels That elisa doolittle character in my fair lady which i imagined that every speech pathologists every voice coach is intimately familiar with that musical and the beginning of it. They're showing her as a as a poor flower girl and she speaks and people can understand what she saying. Did you say calm. We don't say can't in the united states because that sounds like something. Naughty can't can't can't maybe throw was not supposed to my ears. it should have been. Yeah absolutely well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing frahm think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. Have you ever watched downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything in new york city. Everybody's so used to you. Know that sort of sound. That ricky as makes so open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third enunciate to ten dollars. Stewart from iowa for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan. Murphy's miniseries halston where the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely. yeah. I i watched The netflix's halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the name church. Thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously eat study videos of allston producing that wonderful and it seems that halston was moving towards something that he perceived to be more classical bearing in mind the intelligence speech the ib lee closers of the northeastern seaboard. Because that was the social media that he wanted to move into but as a result developed his own very specific to knowlegde of which i thought was really fascinating that he would sound in the particular way and then behave in other ways. Which was quite licentious was the seventies and eighties right. Well you have a theory that a lot of gay men grew up watching these black and white transatlantic movies and so that's why they sound like halston. Oh yeah. They sat inside on a rainy day with their mother and watch the old movies. I thunder folk. The drag queen from rupaul's drag race is from irie pennsylvania hometown though but. I don't think we sound anything alike alaska. Sounds like the and it's a little bit of a valley girl in their pittsburghese but there is this kind of pause quality to the way they be. I'm curious to know like you know because worked with legends. How profoundly intimidate intimidating. It must be to be brought in front of margaret thatcher of lady diana and be like come here young man and teach me how to speak. How do you begin. That's having that conversation with somebody who is in such a position of power and intimidation to guide them into being better people Interesting question well. Firstly we both women booth margaret and diana. I found them to be extraordinarily easy to meet to develop a pool with but you know the prima facie cool always for me is that i listen to what the individual wants so it allows to come myself if i feel. Nervous will fearful. What was you saying slightly intimidated by somebody. Who august as margaret thatcher. I thirteen stillness. Just received what they what they wish. Respond to whatever their questions may be an out of this. One can develop a strategy. Aw a formulation of what. The possibility is it. Purely in simply in relation to walt been needs rather than putting posing something onto them. And that i've always found is a way to be out to suit use people into feeling easy feeling con ceiling centered and feeling that they can receive. Because obviously when we're dealing with people who awful filling a global responsibility or a nation addition responsibility as for example these ladies what but they. They have lost perspective of what that responsibility is under crosses. We know at times what it does is to inflate the echo so by calming them. And by as i was saying just seducing them into the point of view of the I i can be trusted. Why can be a confidential witness. But i can begin to interact with them and give them just a few things to think about but will help them find a way of being able to improve or to accelerate whatever the wanderers that they've already begun to discover scalp up. So were you well known as a voice coach as a speech pathologist in your field and that's sort of what led you to working with. I mean some huge names that at the height of their careers or was this something. Just like the king's speech where the woman was the queen. Mother just rang the doorbell and whoever was.

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What Biden's America could look like

The Economist: Editor's Picks

11:22 min | 9 months ago

What Biden's America could look like

"In much of the world and nowhere more. So than among america's allies joe biden's victory has come as a great relief under his presidency. There will be no more bullying and threats to leave. Nato america will stop treating the european union as a photo on trade or its own forces stationed in south korea as a protection racket in place of donald. Trump's wrecking bowl. Mr biden will offer an outstretched hand working over simply on global crises. From kuroda to climate change under mr trump america's favorability ratings in many allied countries sank to new lows. Mr biden promises to make america a beacon again a champion of lofty values and the defender of human rights leading as he puts it in his acceptance speech not only by the example of our pa but by the power of our example allies are central to mr biden's vision he rightly sees them as a multiplier of american influence tuning a country with a quarter of global. Gdp into a force with more than double that he is also a multilateral by instinct on his first day in office he will rejoin the paris agreement on climate change which america formerly left on november the fourth unlike mr trump. He believes it is better to lead the world health organization than to leave it. He will reinvigorate arms control a priority being to ensure order new. Start the last remaining. Nuclear pact with russia is extended beyond february the fifth he would like to rejoin the nuclear deal with iran that mr trump dumped if he can persuade the iranians to go back into compliance inevitably. America's friends have a long list of things they hope it will do as it reimburses global leadership the demand stretch from places and organizations. Mr trump has abused such as the un and allies like germany. Two parts of the world. He has ignored such as much of africa. And it will not be smooth traveling not all countries in our style jake for a return to obama era politics when america lead from behind and blood. It's red lines. Several countries on nato's front line with russia like the way defenses. Have been beefed up under mr trump and asian allies like how mr trump has confronted. China talked a free and open indo pacific and worked on the cloud with australia india and japan. Mr biden needs to prove that he will not turn soft. His priorities will be to quell virus and improve the economy on both counts. He can count on little support and much pushback. If the senate is under republican control as is likely such troubles at home have probably also exacerbated. The country's reluctance to take on more foreign burdens. Who can be sure that world-weary jacksonians will come galloping. Back in twenty twenty four. Perhaps even with mr trump in the saddle so rather than pile demand upon needed demand. America's allies should go out of their way to show that they have learned to pull their weight. Nato partners for example should not relax defense spending just because mr trump is no longer bullying them. Germany should pay heed to french. Average to build european defense capacity. there is scope to do so without undermining nato europeans could lend a big hand to france in these suheil in asia. The quad could keep deepening naval and other cooperation. Japan and south korea should restrain their feuding taiwan or to make a more serious contribution to its own defense. I should also work with america to repair the international order. They can support efforts to resist chinese or russian rule. Bending many countries will want to join mr biden's efforts at concerted carbon cutting mr biden will face a world full of problems but he will also start with strengths. Thanks to mr trump. He has sanctions on adversaries including iran and venezuela that he can use as chips and among friends he can seek to convert relief at renewed american engagement into stronger. Burden-sharing is allies would be wise to answer that call with enthusiasm. Finally how princess diana shaped british politics netflix's flagship series. The crown has done a fine job of telling the story of postwar britain through the prism of the monarchy. The previous series nephew is in the mid nineteen seventies mired in the miners strike and the three day week new one which began streaming on november fifteenth. Introduces us to two women. Who were destined to change the country in profound ways margaret thatcher and lady diana spencer lady thatcher made it clear from the first but she was in the business of changing the nation. They design a spencer was a bird of a very different feather. Shy girl who had failed all her o levels twice and had no interest in politics she was brought onto the national stage for the soaker of producing mail as to the throne yet. The country is still living with her political legacy as surely as it is with lady. Thatcher's princess diana's genius was to mix two of the most profound forces of modern politics emotion and anti elitism into a powerful populist cocktail. She was one of the modern masters of the politics of emotion. Feeling the people's pain just as they felt hers. She repeatedly outmaneuvered prince. Charles during long war of the wales's because she was willing to bare her soul in public interview with martin bashir of the bbc in november. Nineteen ninety-five is now the focus of controversy as her brother earl. Spencer claims that it was obtained under false pretenses using forged documents. Whatever the reason for it. The interview was a masterclass in emotional manipulation at one pivotal moment. Princess diana acknowledged that she would never be queen but hope that she would be queen of people's hearts. The princess used her mastery of the politics of feeling to turn himself into a champion of the people against the powerful. The people's princess in tony blair's raise she patronized charities that helped marginalized folks such as hiv patients and kept company with pop stars and celebrities rather than with the usual royal wax. Books the most memorable music at her funeral was not an historic him. But a song by elton john adapted for herbert originally written about another icon. Turn victim marilyn monroe. Anti elitism was directed. Not at the monarchy's wells. She happily lived in kensington palace and received a seventeen million pound. That's twenty three million dollar divorce. Settlement plus four hundred thousand pounds a year but added stunted emotional state the traditional deal to which royal side allow them to behave as they liked in crowded kings have almost always had mistresses because they marry her reasons of dynasty not compatibility so long as they behaved with decorum in public princess. Diana regarded this humbug. She succeeded in reconciling the most. Jarring of opposites despite being a top tier aristocrat. Her family the spencers. Look down on the windsors this german carpetbaggers. She was universally known as die. Her death in a car crash won her a spectacular posthumous victory against the royal court. It produced the greatest burst public lack remission. Britain has ever seen and led to widespread demands that the royal should display more emotion. As if the damn cheek could replace the stiff upper lip as the definition of britishness. What would really do the monarchy. Good show that they had grasped the lesson of diana's popularity and editorial in the independent thundered would be for the queen and the prince of wales to breakdown cry and hug one another on the steps of the abbey this saturday. Cincinnati death emotional. Populism has threaded through politics. Tony blair presented himself as the people's prime minister. He championed cool. Britannia surrounded himself with popstars and urged his staff to call me. Tony the next conservative prime minister call me. Dave cameron a distant relation of princess. Diana's adopted this combination of compassion signaling. Hugging hoodies is instead of cracking down on juvenile delinquents and studied informality relaxing and kitchen suppers replacing previous. Tory premier stiffness. Both men were responsible to that emotional. Populism interfere with the affairs of state domestic and foreign policy choices continued to be conducted according to the dictates of reason evidence brexit tears. By contrast follow the diana's script they appeal to the heart rather than the had to win their arguments. They used feelings of patriotism and resentment rather than facts about trade flows. They denounced the elites for trying to straight the wisdom of the people in much the same way as diana files denounce the palace for ignoring the people's emotions lay turned on the nation's core institutions. Parliament the civil service the supreme court when they suspected attempts to frustrate their wishes they succeeded in defeating the establishment in much the same way as princess diana had by claiming to stand for emotion rather than reason and the people rather than the elite alexander. Boris federal johnson has reconciled the opposites. He embodies justice. She did a card carrying member of the metropolitan elite. He has managed to sell himself as a man of the people as she was die. So he is. Boris the first series of the crown shows a young queen. Elizabeth studying water badgett's english constitution under the guidance of henry. Martin the vice provost of eton who kept a pet raven in a cage and address the on crisis gentlemen budgets. Great work distinguishes between the dignified branch of the constitution. The monarchy and the efficient branch elected politicians implicit in that distinction is badges perception. That emotions pose a dangerous threat to the proper conduct of politics. The monarchy provides a controlled lead for them thus enabling responsible people to get on with the difficult task of running the country by using people's feelings as the fuel for her astonishing career princess. Diana broke that safety valve britain will be living with the consequences of the emotional populism that she helped to release for years to come.

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Paul Burston:  So Many Men, So Little Time

Probably True Podcast

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Paul Burston: So Many Men, So Little Time

"It was nineteen eighty-eight so I would have been twenty two. I think I finished university and I devoted myself base being a full-time seen queen and I was having a lot of fun of fun. There wasn't really low drugs around that I was not that I was aware of anyway. People get drunk on beer or steal beer. Sometimes I could not that pint of that so it wasn't that kind of like glass frontier. We're happy to be seen. It was all quite behind doc windows. And it was like ultra ultraviolet lights everywhere because everyone's dandruff. On their showed there's video. Scrimmage was a novelty a video screen and a bar and you can pay money to choose videos. We should be done for videos in those days to watch pope whenever you want it to always have. Don't leave me this way by Bouncy. Cb there was always on when whenever into Harpoon Louie's that was on and there was. I WANNA dance with somebody by Whitney. Houston they take me back to those year to that place there were different of tribes within that as well so that look you had that kind of Franken Hollywood's look should. I was pretty those Saturday night at half and that was I was the only night at Heaven which I actually came out by going to heaven so I came. I didn't tell anybody I just went to have on my own and stood outside and I knew I knew there was GEICO. Having everyone knew that and I've seen something in time out magazine I think it was And I went to long understood outside. I spiked up. Hair like friendly McCullough from Akron. The bunny man. I had plucked eyebrows and makeup. I think two hearings in each year on knows that as well and I stood side for about two hours. Watching these men queuing up. None of looked tore like me. They all looked like village people and number shirts and moustaches and I couldn't. I just couldn't go in so I said as a chain smoking I went back to Waterloo train back to Richmond and university again but I went back the next Saturday and the next Saturday and then invention third week I actually picked up the courage to go in getting a little bit closer and I went down those hallowed stairs and I remember that the sense of the smell which I didn't mechanism bustos was poppers. Didn't what he wants to start old socks and you walk into this room and the first thing I heard was this guy sort of swished by saying so many men so little time extra popular tune if the time and I just turned and ran out again because it terrified me and then the funding we went back and I stood literally lately with my back against the wall. Didn't talk to anybody. Stood up against the wall looking people as nineteen of so terrified and then eventually someone talked to me and then not wanting another with that particular. One just generally without something with that particular. Someone broke my heart though. Of course best bastard but to do it come out. It wasn't the best way probably be go to pick new. Only be terrified. Puts ME IN MIND TO SWIM? You start off just you in the water. Then you float. He's on and yes and above our and then you start moving around and I. I've always tend to jump into things too much so I have my local Gay Mitchell. After goes the biggest gates and in the whole world. The time probably to do it. Yeah just throw from seven to that. I left. I'd many many many great times than many great times then over the subsequent years and there so many men so little time. Well they were yes definitely in both senses because we didn't realize then just many men. We're going to have so little time unusual. Change very very quickly became quite prophetic. Really I was making up for lost time. I had fun. I made lots of new friends. Even if you didn't the names at least at least we were together. I'm quite choosy like that. Yeah I actually had sex with somebody wants waiting for night bus into Vulgar Square. Actually in the night in the queue of the night in the kids. Yeah Yeah Yeah by. The National Gallery was no one else in the queue tempted to join in offer offer. Some kind of the neighbors and developed square knows. Days was a real hotbed activity. Whatever would come from heaven or Soho in the middle of the week and they just be. So many gay guys queuing the but Vulgar Square. Honestly say people from that period for similar stories of just like getting on the different night because you fancied some but in finding you in Eastland and you live in Richmond. Just there was. There was a hottie on the and hoping that they'd give you some wet they usually did of charity for me. Part of the fun of those of that period of my life was that you'd go out and you'd meet people and you would normally meet meet a cross section of people. I have friends all different ages. Different backgrounds and sexualities and genders much more fragmented later and I think that the sex it can victim of own success in a way. Because there wasn't there wasn't the connections after AIDS happens because that was a huge thing in my life or knows about twenty five twenty six most of my gay male friends at that point. Were some years old me because I was I I wanted to learn. I wanted to own it someone to be my older brother and teach me and show me the ropes and some and they were the ones that died so I lost all of them pretty much and then I became an aids activist and got me involved in that and the for all of the for all the things that I would not change for anything but a lot of things about the eighty S. I would never want to have back. But there was a sense of community. People did pull together and they did rally and there were. There was communication between different generations. Different tribes within within our communities. And now it is. That's true anymore. I think that there was a break in the chain because there was generation that was kind of lost to HIV AIDS. There was the generation that we're impacted by it like my generation who went to flow of grief innovation space sandwiches very traumatic. And I'm probably not really over yet still in there some degree and then it becomes a very difficult subject to talk about so you don't talk about it very often and then the younger kids come in. And they've got half of this happens. They know the history half the time when you talk to. You have no idea what was going on ten fifteen years before they were. Because why would you know? I didn't WANNA die. Young either. Must be about twenty two when I first heard about it my boyfriend at the time. Read something in one of gay papers and said we have to stop using condoms and I was like. Whoa and then I'd heard that someone I was at college with who was a mature student and he disappeared for a long period. He didn't come back after this term. I then learned on the grapevine that he was gay. Had THIS BOYFRIEND WHO AMERICAN. They basically both contracted dictionary and he died really community rapidly. I wasn't really. I didn't know he might just name to say hi to billy and he was the first person that was. I that I knew of and then the guy was living in the in the tower block with who I was very close to and it was the real mentor of mine. I moved and I went to see him one night and He was he was all something ought to buy it. The whole evening was very strange and strained and I remember asking him about how he say. Seeing somebody recently this new boyfriend and I saw how things go with a boyfriend and he said Oh. What's been difficult because he he's he's a he's upset because I don't I don't have sex now that I majorly positive. And that was how that was how he told me. And I just put the spray face on and just get through this conversation. I was absolutely shocked. Devastated because at that in that back. They're not meant to death. Sentence there was there was no treatment and I remember sitting to this dinner feeding. Obser- your phone and then getting home on the train and just crying. The whole journey home. He became really really quickly and then he was. He won't one of his dying wishes as you wanted to go to. Amsterdam you know Vietnam and his friends. Most of them were straight women elected person to take him and I went. I took him to them on this trip and I spent the whole time. What thinking he was going to die on me. And how am I going to manage to get him what I do? I was twenty four years of age. Twenty five this. It was horrendous. It was very frightening when he was hospitalized to visit him and habit. Bobi helping with things. I remember one time picking up urine bottle onto the bed and tipping acid typically myself and being paranoid even though I knew deep down that this was not something that was good pose. Any risk to me. We didn't really know people didn't really know no. There wasn't much information. And this is before lady. Diana went into the AIDS. Ward this before this sort of stuff happened it was it was still appeared it was not really spoken about if it was spoken about hushed voices and it was very frightening time and he was a very very good community minded person he he was involved in the running of the building and everyone knew who he was he would chair meetings and whatever and then after he got. L. Someone Daubed on his front door house of AIDS on his front door and then he died and I was really in the state about it and reading the papers. There was a meeting happening at the London. Lesbian Gay Entering Cow Cross Street and Farrington. Which is not no longer there but it was very popular but place back then and there was a meeting happening and his act up and I I knew I act up was happening in America. Knew what actor boss I went to this meeting. I just threw myself into it and it took up my life completely for like three years and it was way of channelling the grief because in an over over those three years it was just one funeral after another. He was just he got to the point. Where you'd actually dread answering the phone. And I used to a Filofax that was an effects back in the eighty s. My member year just taking all the names out taking people out because people are just dying all the time even my family. I mean little bits but they just did not understand why this was any different to my grandfather dying because that's expected because he's fucking eighteen easily and he smokes these ill and mentioned me dying and late. Twenties and early Thirties. It's it's completely mad. It was it was like there was a war going on but only we knew about it was the why was completely oblivious and yet within our world which is very very contains. Gay London world. There was a war going on and people were dying all around us and we were expected to carry on as normal. What you have the you do that.

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Chris Rock to Star in 'Fargo' Season 4

Lori and Julia

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Chris Rock to Star in 'Fargo' Season 4

"In at century lingers out to around manning and in the deep south metro expect the worst southbound I thirty five between between the Birdsville spoil them county fifty seeing needs protecting with yearly. I examined by deductor near you think about your eyes dot com and make an appointment today. Mostly cloudy seventy two tonight. It's eighty three now don't worry about me. Okay. Dirt alert update a quick look. At what's happening in entertainment. A lot of good dirt on mytalk mytalk. Listen Affects. The scrapping its plan for Prince Charles and Lady Diana edition of its feud limited series at least for now and while the feud brand is still technically considered in development writers apparently, were unable to. Crack a version of the story for, the previously announced sequel to the two thousand seventeen feud Bette. And Joan and then executive producer. On the show couldn't directly confirm whether or not the series is officially done. So it just remains in limbo the Hollywood speak on that the crown is killing net and there is nothing nobody cares really bring to this story because, now we have the magic of here in. Meghan The book ends are already happening there's really no there's better feuds out there I'd. Say yeah death and then other TV. News Chris rock will star in season four of FX is hit series Fargo the. Series will begin production next year for targeted, air date next year as well it's being described as a story of quote immigration and assimilation and the things we do for, money season four is set. In, one thousand nine hundred fifty in Kansas City Missouri where. To, criminal syndicates Italian one African American have. Struck an uneasy peace intriguing guys I we love our. Fans of, that, show I know a Holly I think I was talking the other week I was like. I, wonder if it's ever gonna come back yeah he kind. Of, it takes us legion to on so. He's a busy man And finally a new song and. A new, name for Sinead O'Connor she a song called. Milestones which is, a demo from her upcoming album and instead. Of, going by Sinead O'Connor she will now be going, as Magda Davut so Connor Magda. Magda Banta Well maybe we can take a little peek in the dirt alert All right we'll.