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"lee hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"lee hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Remember F d i. C E came to grab him three years ago as an instructional assistant because of the flexibility and the benefits. Ultimately, I wanted to be a teacher and grab that made that possible through his tuition reimbursement program. Grafting is so special because of the kids we serve. There is nothing like seeing a student do things that didn't at first impossible. You two can work at grabbed a visit grafting that work backslash careers, so learn more Houston Texans now have themselves a head coach. They have hired Baltimore Ravens assistant David Cully. 65 years old, spent the last two seasons in Baltimore. But he's been coaching in the NFL for 27 years Along, is serving as the team's assistant head coach in Baltimore. Cully was their passing game coordinator and their wide receivers coach. I'm not sure that's that came up in the interview or not, because the Ravens is most of us know, finished last in the NFL and passing this season. And oh, for God was going to move on to Jason Witten. But there's an asterisk here in this story. That requires me to mention that David Cully is a minority. I don't know why it's in there, but I'm just following the rules. After 17 seasons. Jason Witten is retiring from the NFL for a second time. Remember you retired once and went to ESPN. Yes, and that didn't last long, Nor should it have if they could get rid everybody else he be better off. I came back to the Cowboys and then last year played with the Raiders. 16 seasons with the Cowboys. No tight end in NFL history has played more games than Witten and on Lee Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez has more receptions and yards. At that position. Witten was named to the Pro Bowl 11 Times, which ties Hall of Fame defensive lineman Bobby Really, for the most in Cowboys history. And maybe most importantly, in 2012. He was named the NFL's Walter Payton, Man of the year winner for the work he and his wife Michelle, do with their foundation so when his contract is up in March Contract he's currently under with the Raiders. He will re sign with the Cowboys for one day so that he can retire as a Dallas cowboy. Fresh warnings of domestic terrorism threats are being issued from homeland Security is chatter of her claims of a stolen election continues with a conviction unlikely and former President Trump's impeachment trials and Democrats want to go the century route.

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"lee hall" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"lee hall" Discussed on WJR 760

"You know, we just had a long conversation with Dr Call on covert 19. Meanwhile, Alabama's Nick Saban, along with Alabama's athletic director have tested positive for covert 19. So it was Nick Saban. You remember who said we could take better care of the kids than their parents can We need to have the players here with us where we could take care of them and make sure that they don't get sick better than when they're at home. A controlled environment is the way to go. So now Saban and E. A D. Both have it. The Ellis you Florida Game, which is a big game has been postponed after Florida. Saw some spikes. On their team. And so that's all for this week s E C. They had to get back first, where they had to get her back for. Well, if you think it's going to be any different once the big 10 starts, it's not It's because Big 10 is going to start up right at flu season, right when it gets so cold that there's no more outdoor dining. Remember, the SEC has the benefit of most of their teams playing warm states at least stay outside the big 10. Everybody's inside, and there will be playing football games in December. You think they're going to keep those guys in the same dorm up there going like pretty much bubble? Candy Colleges college. We'll put this during it up Mark Lee Hall up in Michigan at 19 cases on one floor, and they were closing the Florida yoga as it applies to the big 10. If you are in a hotbed of covert activity doesn't matter what your team's positivity ratio is. If you are in a city that is considered a hot bed, you're not playing. Well, No good luck Here is Kenny Brown. By the way, Wait a moment. Don't place leave steam songs. Sound is like clockwork. And I did Miss Steve of last week. You go, Teo.

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"lee hall" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on WTOP

"The soldiers of Florida who did not make it home from the war he says it's a part of the city's heritage this man says it's a bad legacy Confederate heritage represented a legacy of investors and a history of discrimination it represented slavery lynchings one Jacksonville historian calls the move a fresh chapter in a long narrative Peter king CBS news Orlando Virginia Tech is considering whether to rename Lee hall dorm once again that building has nothing to do with Confederate general Robert E. Lee it was named for Claudia sleet and eighteen ninety six alumnus ametek electrical engineer professor however mayor been numerous calls to change the name after history students of the nineteen nineties discovered her yearbook that claimed lead was a campus complex clan leader over the years the university has rejected calls to rename the dorm but after an online petition to rename it garnered nearly ten thousand signatures this week tech president Tim sands announced that the school would revisit the issue a staff photographer and reporter for USA today network was taken into custody by state police in Delaware this week while covering a protest near the state's capital Andre Lamar was filming a Facebook live oak police officers detaining protesters and he can be heard on video saying the police have arrested protesters but we don't know why they also slammed them to the ground his cameras then turned upside down and Lamar can be heard screaming I'm with the press Lamar has been released Delaware's governor has denounced police actions saying reporters have a fundamental right to cover demonstrations a look at Wall Street down Jeff clay ball we that was down one hundred eleven points but the nasdaq is working on another record money news in ten minutes on WTOP.

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"lee hall" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on Car Talk

"Even though new. Middle says this is exactly the sort of vast wasteland that was talking about whenever he is a say this is NPR support for this podcast and the following message come from the Walton Family Foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at Walton Family Foundation. Dot Org making something. Original and creative is hard put. Sustaining that is even harder is from how I built this. I just want to say congratulations to. Npr's planet money for one thousand episodes and it's still so smart and surprising and delightful as ever just checkout planet. Money's episode one thousand celebration to see what I mean. We're back you're listening to car. Talk with us. Click and clack the tablet brothers. And we're here to discuss cars car repair and the the new puzzle and this was sent in February. That's not bad not bad by phone couple of months. I'm assuming LE- February of this coming this current year Lee Hall from Westfield Indiana pay attention now because lots of hints skates I can imagine I am all none of which a mind. They're all these admirable. John Did listen up after an enjoyable Saturday of tooling around town and my old Lincoln Mark. Five listen to carts art in running errands. My wife and I were preparing for bed and I said to her. I saw something happened today that I've not seen in probably ten years. That's great honey. Good night. She said rolling over persistent. You don't now that I think about it. I said I've only seen this happen. Maybe four or five times my life and every time I've been on the road driving. I could tell that her snoring was faked. I went on in fact I knew when I left the house this morning that it was going to happen. I just didn't know exactly where she opened. One I to give me an intimidating stare. It happens just as we were passing over. The Main Street Bridge Blatant Office Gatien wrote. Well why didn't you say something? Why didn't you say something she said? Oh you're old enough to have seen it a few times yourself. I'll bet it really. Isn't that exciting now? I had her full attention but still I wouldn't tell overnight seen come to think of it. It's happened a few times and I didn't even notice myself. The thing is. I'm pretty sure our son will never see. It happened and most kids today. Never will either. What happened that day? If you think you know the answer wow right it on the underside of a Subbiah Aquarius. Submersible watercraft with seating for three a sealed nickel sodium power plant Monaco Hall with Integral Buoyancy Tanks and the large print navigational map of the Charles River and send it to Puzzle Tower Car Talk Plaza. Box Thirty five hundred Harvard Square Cambridge our fish city Matt zero-to-two Three Eight. Or you can email us your answer from car. Talk Dot Com right now if you have a question about your car. The number is eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight to seventy eight to fifty five. Hello you're on car talk. This is a bomb in calling from Philadelphia and in bombing be h M. E. N. I love it. What kind of name is debt Kind of its Persian Iranian almond. Yes I love it. I'm glad you do. Yeah my mom you like. My name sounds peaceful. Well actually it. It actually translates into an avalanche or Tornado. Arleen peaceful peaceful brothers. Every time. My mom passed my room. She said I am definitely named you properly. Understood my well she. She's the one who came up with the name. So what's up man? I mean I haven't Honda Civic It's thirty seven thousand miles on it. The issue is one and the car is still when I first turn on the car or even throughout the day whenever I turn on the car. If I'm perfectly still if you put your hands on on the steering wheel you can feel the car. Shake vibrating in the same sense that In on a really cold winter day with any car when you I turn it on. It's kind of like shaking kind of cold but cold or Hot. It doesn't matter the car kind of you've had this since new and hasn't been doing this ever since the day you know it's been about a year now and I'll tell you exactly what started last winter but I was like no. It's just you know coldest winter days and you know when you're moving. It's perfectly fine. It it shakes even when it's in park are only when it's in drive. It's when the car is so it doesn't matter what gear it's if the car is not moving. That's when I feel so it's drive and you'll get your foot on the brake and it's the same as long as you're exactly exactly what Parker drive exactly now. Maybe when I'm moving maybe the the sound of just the moving cars. Short overwhelming whatever's going underneath housing has nothing to do with it because it would always be okay right unless there was something drastically wrong. What is there two things that come to mind What were they all right? One thing that came I thought another two things that come to mind one is that you have a vacuum leak in the engine and in vacuum leak would cause one of the cylinders or maybe more than one to not fire with the same intensity because the mixtures getting leaned out as the other cylinders okay and that might not be so easy to find but that might be the first thing I would look for and if you have a vacuum league you'll notice the engine is shaking even as you look at it running in Park you'll notice it not running smoothly and evenly right if however you're feeling vibrations. Being telegraphed through the chassis and the steering wheel. Chances are you've a bad motor mount. That's what I thought. It was feel bad. Modem could have bad motormouth but it could easily be a evacuate which is causing the engine to not run on all four cylinders right and these because the so little mass in these cars right at any little vibration. Anything that's out of whack right immediately. Manifested itself as a whole car kind of vibration. The cars Li literally less than three years old. And that's something that should be covered by. Honda that it's the bad part and absolutely I would go back and complain especially if you tell them. It's been doing this for a year. Have you been to the dealer to complain about this vibrant? I have well. Actually you know what it's at thirty seven thousand test my thirty six thousand mile warranty. But that's okay because you complained of the problem pry at the thirty thirty six thousand mile right and if they don't give you satisfation call us next week which I got it through your dominant. Thanks a lot. Thanks for calling. Hey you know what time? It is time to blow the snow tires all season. No it's time to place so trump. This is the part of the show where we unearth a call from a previous show to see if our advice was good bad on just plain ugly. So who's our victim this week. Leslie from bastable. California remember Leslie. Of course they do we all. I don't remember either. It says he leslie called us a couple of months back about her civic seems it was embarrassing her whenever she started it up warning. It makes it sound except it's more metallic. I'M GONNA ask a very important question since good. Yeah would it goes away. Is there any possibility that it's still there but on a much smaller scale boy? That's a tough one. Yeah one of the success of my answer depends on your in. Oh dear so it's my fault if you get it wrong Boy I you know I don't know now there's one other piece that I don't know if it's related to this when I start the car up if I have the fan on. I smell exhaust. Oh what's GONNA fit right? I knew think I knew the very you did excellent. I read Your Mind Quick Rita. Well you thought it was a cracked a leaky exhaust manifold. And I agreed completely with you. I actually agree with you. I mean why. What was I think that sign? Well let's see how we did Leslie. Are you there fan all right look before we find out whether we were right or wrong? We need to confirm that we have not spoken since your last appearance on car talk. Is that true? That is totally true. And your answer has not been influenced by staff the staff of National Public Radio. Although so years guide to sabbaticals.

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"lee hall" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"From Nashville Tennessee where he witnessed the prisoner there Lee hall of was put to death in the electric chair William hi are you processing this as some ten hours later and I'm I'm getting there I it's I've gone back and I I re read my notes we were only allowed to take in a notebook no phones no anything you can take a smartwatch arm like we had a regular watch because it came in immensely helpful there some of the rooms that we were in the ten o'clock so to kind of keep track of the time but and at the time it almost didn't seem real what was gonna happen because it's that's not something that you'd you process on a normal basis I mean it's all you can anticipate all cable you a value K. place tonight I know what that is that's okay that's you know you can anticipate how that's going to go but you're when you're sitting in a conference room at the state penitentiary and you're trying to process that the next room you walk into is going to be the room that you see a man die that's that that was a lot to take in and it kind of hit home when we were sitting in the conference room there was the the six of us the the media witnesses there was a spokesperson for the the Tennessee department of corrections who was kind of our escort handler type person there were two members of Mister hall's family and and his attorney were in the room with this as well and the a spokesperson for the department corrections leaned over towards where the the end of the table work the reporters were sitting in and said the U. S. Supreme Court just denied the state wide accusing proceeds and at that point you realize that that's it this guy has exhausted every potential situation because Tennessee governor billion already said he was not going to intervene OB SO and and this was I have to go back and check the exact time but may be forty minutes give or take okay sorry we're literally the eleventh hour and change that we're talking about and but it is hard to be an objective observer of something where do you put it out there there was no emotional connection with either the family or the victim's family if you know I just I I had no connection whatsoever and I know I mean there were some reporters in there from from Chattanooga which was the the home market of the the incident that happened there the murder in nineteen ninety one arm and led that reporter seem to a little emotional after the fact and you understandably so they cover the story a lot more intensely than than most of the rest of us in their head to arm and you're outside of I think the Associated Press reporter that was the first execution that that everybody in that room had seen so it was a lot to process and you you kind of get a a minute they you said in the room after the execution which after you go through there's a lot of administrative things have to happen the warden gives them a chance to say his final words they have to finish setting up the the chair and then the the actual execution process last about a minute give or take it's I think a fifteen second jolt and then there's a gap and then there's another fifteen or twenty second jolt mmhm arm and then you have to wait five minutes before they can call the time of death so which was an incredibly awkward five minutes to be sitting there looking through this window NEC slumped over and you know he's dead but the the process the way it's written is that he the curtain stays open in you you sit there and look at it what was the reaction of the of the family just stay awake looking straight forward that their spiritual leader was in there he he seemed as at pieces one could be with what was happening same with the the off the brother of Mister hall of the attorney declined to say his thoughts on it but he from what I could tell sitting in front of me he seemed pretty story are there was another attorney in there who I believe to be a representative of the Tennessee attorney general's office who I would have had governor Lee decided to intervene at the last minute would have taken that call and stop it but he our he did not seem to show any emotion one way or another.

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"lee hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Park the statement did not specify the exact quantities of the imported products on which the relevant waivers will be applied three soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard killed when a Black Hawk helicopter they were riding in crashed Minnesota governor Tim walls confirming the death of the soldiers their names not released yet pending notification of family the crash is being investigated the guard lost contact with the helicopter shortly after it took off on a maintenance test flight from Saint cloud a blind prisoner convicted of killing his estranged girlfriend by setting her on fire in her car was put to death last night in Tennessee's electric chair only the second inmate without sight to be executed in the U. S. since the reinstatement of the nation's death penalty back in nineteen seventy six fifty three year old Lee hall lost his sight while in prison Russia and Turkey are working on a contract for the delivery of a new batch of Russian S. four hundred missile systems and that adds to the strain with the U. S. which has already suspended Turkey from the U. S. F. thirty five stealth fighter jet program in which it was a producer and a buyer over that nation's growing ties to Russia world markets have advanced after yesterday's wobbly day of trading on Wall Street Asian stocks closed higher and end of the week trading European markets rose in early trading with U. S. stock futures also up overnight seventeen past the hour now and first on our first light as a robber worked and joins us I yeah I guess I'm I'm just I'm just you know for clamped over Dover dina for atmospheric river of moisture I mean that's no welcome to the show me but it's still pretty good you know really you you you really expected him to get the news a source for Christmas but I guess he got it early so using the new words now it's great and we could use of all through the holiday season like in the NFL the kicking off a big weekend for a football last night with the bears beating the cowboys thirty one twenty four little to risky fired three touchdown passes and ran in for one more score from twenty three yards else really taking on the phone it was we knew they were gonna do that there's openings and I did my job on the bald on running and smart and had a couple good runs in the chancel.

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"lee hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The girl is reportedly considering sending seven thousand more troops to the Middle East to counter Iran's rising of Russian I haven't seen those specific numbers and I and I I'm not aware of a deployment I don't thing the presence where would appoint to be on the four thousand troops so we're talking about a couple weeks ago after the Iran to attack but look we have a large military we're prepared to defend our friends and allies and and if that the troops are needed to to deter around we have the capacity to move into the region although I don't think that's happening not here right now the national security adviser Robert o'brien tells fox news the president trump would be open however to the idea of more troops to execute a blind prisoner convicted of killing his estranged girlfriend by setting her on fire fifty three year old Lee hall put the death Thursday shows electrocution over lethal injection and he is only the second inmate without sight to be executed in the country since you asked reinstated capital punishment in nineteen seventy six an about face by homeland security on facial recognition officials now say they have no plans to force US citizens to submit to scanning technology when they leave or enter the country a controversial photo found in west Virginia's corrections department prompt some high level reaction shock and anger is reverberating through state government after a photo of correction officer trainees given what appears to be the **** salute is revealed public safety secretary just standing Ralph and just was so with discussed sandy is ordering all copies of the picture destroyed or taken out of circulation Republican governor Jim justice issued a statement condemning the photo and ordering the firing of the people involved timer gaudy fox news a high school north of New York City council's a school play about Tarzan the Westchester county school reacting to criticism of undertones of racism I'm Carmen Robert.

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"lee hall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on KTRH

"The state of Tennessee execute Lee hall Lee hold downs his girlfriend with gasoline set her on fire and watched her burned to death during her all full painful scream field modifying their Lee hall is a monster sister Helen Prejean is an individual who busy is herself making sure that people lightly holler treated like kings she posted tonight Tennessee plans to execute Lee hall tonight Lee is blind a result of the state's refusal to treat the glaucoma he developed in prison a state worker will have to godly into the electric chair due to his disability another example of our systems devolving standards of decency I think it's a very decent if it were left to me he wouldn't have somebody walk into the chair it here doors open late find the chair and I walk up behind them with a cattle prod yeah well it tomorrow and Lee was fumble scratch and claw maybe fall to his knees and crawl he would get himself to the chair because I keep stoking a minute I'll give it I can only what was supposed to we supposed to spend precious resources treating the glaucoma of a man who's about to be put to death we're gonna make sure he can see real well what we're putting them to death let's see two people get their glaucoma treated one served our country and pay their taxes or Lee hall doused his girlfriend with gasoline center on far washer burned to death I'm gonna go ahead and say Lee hall does not get glaucoma treatment that's money we could spend in better places maybe we could take the amount of money that it would take to treat Lee halls glaucoma and set it on fire while he watched or maybe he can't watch wary you can see what's going on right now but there's a pile of cash that's how much it will cost to treat your glaucoma but since you want to set stuff on fire we've set it on fire in front of you Lee put your hands out and warn them yes see when you set stuff on fire to leave you know believe it or not there are people who would open are gates for ISIS to come in and kill our people there are there are people who would let murderers and rapists run free there are people who are uncomfortable with the concept of punishing evil the world is not a nice place some people are bad people did you know that's part of the problem understanding that these Democrats are not simply expressing an alternate position this is not simply politics to them this is life or death this is everything this is how they make a living they're committed their passionate what is the old one if you look at your breakfast plate of eggs and bacon the chicken is invested but the what is the old one if you look at your breakfast plate of eggs and bacon the chicken is invested with the pig is committed you have to understand there are people who spend their lives trying to make sure that a man who douses his girlfriend with gasoline set her on fire and watches her innocent woman that she is burned to her death they commit themselves sister Helen Prejean she commits herself to making sure that a monster like that is somehow treated better while she's the one who wrote dead man walking you know there's something about really ugly homely white women who chase after death row inmates have you ever noticed that there's a thing about the the kinds of women who fall for death row inmates have you ever noticed that they're broken they're mentally unstable and broken and this woman is one of them MHM he said they have this thing that they if they go for these men like this I know you're not supposed to say this but it's true they go for these men like this that they're gonna save these they have this that they like to admit they they feel like I'm not a weak woman I'm a strong woman I'm gonna take this this murderer and I'm gonna save him because you know a man on death row treats a woman quite differently doesn't me yeah because that's all he gets sister Helen Prejean's here to see you that'll happen what she's all I got hi his sister Helen hi how are you sister Helen I can use the well what's wrong lead I got to glaucoma all leave what can we do I don't know maybe you could get me out I believe they say you you douse your girlfriend with gasoline and watched a burnt I couldn't even watch a burn today sister Helen I got to glaucoma you know when I do the puff test minuses I got to glaucoma help me sister Helen help me sister Helen says I have found my mission in life can you imagine can you imagine thank him that god put you in a position to make life better for the types of people who pour gasoline on an innocent woman who was in love with him and burns her to death tell you what that had been my wife my sister my daughter who heeded doused and poured gasoline on some **** wouldn't be waiting for the death penalty there he met his maker a whole while ago and I wouldn't have nice things to say about sister Helen Prejean either not even a little bit you monster and who were you sister Helen Prejean to be calling the tent state of Tennessee bad people is an example of our systems devolving standards of decency you know the fact that you spent this much effort.

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"lee hall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Five thirty good morning everyone I'm John Matthews a sailor shot three defense department employees in the shipyard at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii certainly a tragedy will rob Chadwick says two of the three shooting victims are dead as is the shooter who he confirms was an active duty saline apparent self inflicted gunshot wound the third shooting victim is a stable condition at a hospital the shooter was assigned to a submarine which is in dry dock for maintenance and it was at the dry dock area where the shooting occurred no motive is known correspondent Jim Roop Democrats are racing towards an impeachment vote by Christmas how do we get there from here it is up to the house Judiciary Committee to decide whether to draft articles of impeachment and if it does so to send those articles to the full house for a vote well the committee malls that over professor Jonathan Turley was George Washington University law school urge the committee to slow down I'm concerned about lowering impeachment standards to fit a paucity of evidence an abundance of anger Linda canyon on WMAL and WMAL dot com Tennessee is set to execute a blind prisoner for his nineteen ninety one murder conviction fifty three year old Lee hall would be only the second a blind person since the US reinstatement of the death penalty to be put to death hall said his girlfriend's car blaze while she was inside it he had his sight when he entered prison decades ago but attorneys say he later became functionally blind from glaucoma checking your money the Dow opens at twenty seven six fifty the nasdaq eighty five sixty seven in sports John Carlson's two first period goals hold up as the can't beat the kings are now a three to one number three Maryland crushes Notre Dame seventy two fifty one that curbs down nine and on the season UV a however struggles and it's part of the ACC big ten challenge it falls to produce sixty nine.

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"lee hall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Shipyard played in more work to is pretty legendary in the shipyard is well known for the you know it was amazing work they did then and amazing work they continue to do so this is certainly a tragedy for everyone here I'm John Laurie at a congressional house hearing Wednesday three legal scholars testified the president trump's attempts to have Ukraine investigate democratic rivals are grounds for impeachment however a fourth expert called by Republicans warns against rushing the process George Washington University law school professor Jonathan Turley says the case hasn't been made yet the owners of about one hundred sixteen thousand BMW's are being told not to get behind the wheel judge Johnson tells white BMW says the owners of some older three series cars need to stop driving them because their air bags could explode and hurls shrapnel let them government documents say a driver in Australia was killed by an airbag malfunction and two other people in Australia and cypress were injured the defect in this case is a different one from the Takata airbag trouble willing to at least twenty four deaths and hundreds of injuries worldwide the now bankrupt company is working to replace about one point four million front driver inflators in the US alone I'm Jan Johnson said put a blind person to death in the electric chair for his conviction in the killing of his estranged girlfriend planned execution Thursday evening of fifty three row inmate Lee hall would be only the second of a blind person the U. S. since the reinstatement of the penalty a million Francis make a healthy choice about the air you breathe start.

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An Interview with Jamie Bell of 'Skin'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

12:15 min | 3 years ago

An Interview with Jamie Bell of 'Skin'

"His popcorn where I tell you what's happening at the movies and I'm going to tell you about a movie called skin. Today you already know about a movie called rocket man. They both starred my guest Jamie Bow. I don't know when you have time your new father again. GotTa hang out with your kid true. <hes> I'm not working right now. Okay so it's all good. It's all good now. We can see by this with skin in the poster and this is a true story. I knew nothing about the story you know when I whenever the script the first time time you know as a movie that <hes> <hes> with with everything that was going on the news it was quite an century was a movie that felt very urgent yeah exactly and I felt like it. It Sean a light on something that <hes> I think ordinarily we could choose to ignore and I think any kind of normalization of this is dangerous. <hes> there's obviously a redemptive element to this and no as the phone kind of tying things up in a nice boat because life isn't like that right but we'll tell us a little bit though for those people that don't that you're playing somebody who decides basically the PAT. He took as a white supremacist is not the way he should go and how basically you get rid of that. I really love how literally he tries to get rid of that ink that stuff on his. Let's get to do it but it's a way to dramatize what he's doing what he's ripping off. I mean like the Brian wine was a career <hes> Neo Nazi that worries when when we first meet him he's completely linked up from that to <hes> and he's the way the journey the characters very much one of an unconscious man who comes to an awakening <hes> <hes> he he realizes the choices he has made a bad ones. He meets this woman who changes his life forever. She has these beautiful goes. He becomes obsessed with and he tries to get himself fat which for a lot of people who try and do that has a lot of very grave consequences but it's difficult. I think for these people to leave the ideology so strong <hes> there's almost kind of <hes> this <hes> almost an addictive quality to to to the to the families that they're in into these groups that are in most of these people are very very wayward within get involved with this <hes>. Suddenly you belong should they have. They have a <hes>. They feel like that. There's a pat on the back and there's a kind of a good job. <hes> <hes> said by somebody so <hes> yeah this. Is this the real hero the stories this guy called Daryl Lamont Jenkins. He worked for the one people's project. He is literally the people out in the street opposing these people and he can spot the good in some of these people in with an amazing sense of compassion reach out to them and and and say you know I can get you out of this if you're willing and he does US and through two years of Surgery Brian is given a gift. It's all removed from his face and and he has the potential to change his life and start again. Well we watch the movie and we can by watching the movie and watching your performance and watching how it's done put ourselves in that position kid but it's hard in the beginning with it hard for you when they said. Would you play this guy he I think so I was kind of a kind of moral see-saw for me. I like the first time I talked to the real. Brian was the dish Charlottesville for example. I remember ending that conversation with him and calling the director immediately after thinking <hes>. I don't think this is a good idea. I think this is some uh-huh feels the wrong time to tell the story <hes> also filmmaker by the way is Israeli filmmaker <hes> <hes> his yeah exactly his family went through the atrocities of the Holocaust. I'm so for him to want to tell the story and have that unique sense of compassionate <hes> that extension of kindness. I thought it was quite interesting. <hes> uh-huh and again you know when I would walk around <hes> the small town of Kingston was shot this film it would have been covered in tattoos and human nature is to usually ignore the monster next they don't. WanNa look at things that are challenging in any way or scary yeah. They look and I feel like that if we do that as a culture that's dangerous because we can radically normalize. These kinds of people and I think that's very dangerous so hopefully this film. If nothing else is going to wake up call we don't see him in a really good light in the beginning. No no no no and we're basically seeing somebody where you do. WanNa look away not just because of the tattoos you WanNa look away because you're thinking this is reprehensible bowl. What's your he's a character. In initially who is completely detached from <hes> empathy he's detached from compassionate and love from kindness <hes> he's. He's literally I think he's Com- completely lost touch with his ideology even means he's in a drunken stupor most of the time <hes> and he's he's indoctrinated by these people. I mean the the ideology that this group follow is based in kind of Viking Odin mythology which is about bloodlines and just complete nonsense so <hes> sure it was about that character finding something in this <hes> Julie Character Daniel McDonald placed finding some sense of stability and finding that there are these chasms of empathy Kathy that he has and tenderness and <hes> and suddenly that coming to the surface is a family that is kind of ready made for him knocked his family and he begins to see a bigger world through them and she's really good. She's an incredible downtown yeah yeah. That's quite remarkable. You see that through this movie I mean the performances are all spectacular that people are giving especially when you see veer for Migo Goer Bill camp or people play that people you really don't yeah I mean I gotta say especially with some like very much of that was kind of unscripted and she really just turned up and we didn't have much prep time with her at all and she just came in doing this wonderful. Three dimensional fully realized character that was really a scary to all of us the places she was phenomenal whenever I felt like literally terrified and I was meant to be the one that was scary which is great eight but it was it was a hardship I think for all of us. We all knew what was in the headlines. We all knew the kind of will that we were living in and and now important this was to portray these people the way they are and I think what about this menu playing. What was your relationship with him complicated <hes> purely because of the things he's done you know I i.? I'm someone who finds forgiveness quite difficult to come by. You know <hes>. I really liked to hold people accountable for their actions. <HES> I go meet with them. He's in the witness protection program and I spent like a week just kind of chatting to him and mostly talking about <hes> with them about stuff that wasn't in the script his childhood and <hes> you know <hes> what it's early life was like <hes> he's the other thing about him as if if you didn't know that he wants look like that. I mean ee you would have no idea that he was once covered in from I mean he has been given a gift. He's been given a new lease on life but he's an extremely paranoid person. He lives in constant fear. He's he lives in constant reckoning and that that's what he has to atone for for the things. He's <hes> things he's done. The great thing that you literally do and that we see in this is that we see somebody removed food than ink and then we wonder that gone you could take it away goes but what has to come away has to come from here and from here as well. That's only proven through action. That's only proven to <hes> but I think certainly right now. I think it's worthwhile question to ask how much compassionate we have and how far does that go and in the hope and this movie for me is that there really is <hes> the kindness of strangers people like. Dr Lamont Jenkins who might call to pleasants phone is solely responsible for getting mad at this movement you know <hes> the the money and the funds that were provided for surgery provided by an anonymous donor <hes> you know if anything that's the hope of the the move me is that there are there are human beings out there willing to extend this compassion and to say I'll. I'll extend myself if you do but you do that as an actor right when you're putting on somebody's skin no matter what part you're playing whether there's any disguise into what do what made you do this. I mean I know Billy Elliot. It is the beginning and Billy Elliot is a lot like you yeah well. He that movie exactly like me yeah. I mean anything. All of this show the old. You said yes sure it was a time when a film set for me that movie <hes> I remember being very overwhelming like God circus really did come to town and now the cameras pointing at me and this is very extreme and just really trusting got like I had no idea what I was doing this film and the decision to make this <hes> was one about really challenging myself and seeing <hes>. Is it possible to completely transform myself to degree. I'd never done before for <hes> and it was still challenging. Thing that is one of the most challenging things for me was was not holding the character in any form of judgement. That's what they always say like. ECON judge yes you difficult the circumstances of course <hes> it was important that I met him and introduced myself and everything else but then also just that that level of detachment that the character has and the reason I bring up Billy Elliot in addition to being such a seminal thing for you and what was happening to you is that you're bringing brought. Brought up this way you you've got a sister who's a dancer. You know this is. This is so much like you and yet. There's all these cameras around. I'm sure you're saying what what what my way through that movie for the first time you know but I think also me. I'd never met my father before <hes> the relationship that billy has with his father in that film is very challenging. Certainly this is a character who certainly lacked male presents a male role model and that guidance and that leadership that is looking for Elton John when he saw Billy Elliot and Ken wept he was weeping when I met him when supposedly easy in the movie version before he writes the kid when you're a kid yes exactly he's weeping. He's weeping because he his own a father <hes> he's he's passed but <hes> <hes> as if you've seen we have very good relations with his own sexuality and everything else and I think the most heartbreaking thing for him was that he never showed up to one of the show's not one so I think when Billy's father tons up into that film and tons up for his son and ED performing with the Royal Ballet School I think that really destroyed him but you know that the looking up to people in having examples and they're so crucial crucial is so important you know <hes> in this instance maybe Brian his life would have done it differently. What happens now after you meet l.. Well John Again and you're playing burnt-out movie. It's like really weird. I don't know what the next connection is very strange because obviously did the musical <hes>. Lee Hall who wrote wrote the musical euro rocket man. There's a kind of cosmic tethers to this <music> <hes> and I love that as top in it which is again antithesis to this character is such a loving supportive accepting human being and such a loyal oil friend <hes> it was really nice after doing this which is quite an unpleasant experience <hes> <hes> to play a character like that. That was just someone who so I'm lovely. So is that made you have years and years of therapy are have you been living sort of relatively normal life. I mean I would. I hope relatively normal. It seems relatively normal to me. <hes> you know I mean I think it's all relative experience but I think you know works for me is a real form of therapy. Get to play some characters from lots of different places in different walks of life and <hes> <hes> that to me is very interesting. I get to meet all the people that I'm playing most of the time with US revolutionary <hes> he's he's long since passed. Even people P turn. I did a phone call. Film Stars don't die in Liverpool with Annette Benning. He was around. He was extremely useful. Extremely love the guy to hang out with.

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"lee hall" Discussed on Z104

Z104

15:40 min | 3 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on Z104

"Life for keeping a record of the wreckage on the road yes to accidents on sixty four south between Lee hall and four uses Boulevard ones like this multi car accident another one a big rig went off into the woods short cut from the interstate short cut hope everyone's okay yeah no kidding all right here's a bizarre story how bizarre it's really crazy Abdullah about a ten it involves butter Amazon water going down the back of somebody's pants tools a chef and I'd be however he was fired this week for bullying another Chevy worked with and pouring boiling water down his pants all I know right he poured it down the back of his pants is a funny joke like little had a bucket of boiling butter I don't know where the funny part and wings down the back of the guy's pants the guy under the hospital because it's scolded his backside pretty badly the guy got burned is they've been Davies he says there's a been a pattern of bullying he's been burned before it's also a black eye three punch to work and the at least once he was forced to eat rabbit pope realize he's you in trouble so apologies ever Texan claimed he never meant to hurt him by pouring boiling bother down his pants and then said what are you trying to get me fired I think he did that he did get fired he got fired considered hazing I guess I guess so but that's just me bad for the guy who got burned because at some point he's going to be intimate with a woman is going to say what happened to you and he's gonna have to say the sentence I was burnt my blood okay do you he is fully yeah yes so hopefully fully WBZ FM eighty one north of Newport news Virginia beach see one for a radio dot com station seven here this evening to welcome to Friday will come to the weekend it's going to be a hot weekend this weekend upper nineties all we can sorry about that we're at seventy eight right now I'm Nick that's actually eleven that **** Hey we got tickets this hour to two different show that's right we got blink one eighty two and little way that's one show next tomorrow you can win those tickets by correctly answering the booty buster this morning sometimes you do the movie was just for fun sometimes they throw a price on it that's a heck of a price what the booty bus driver in the next ten minutes or so so if you stick around for that also about twenty minutes today's the on the CD Ansei Porter be I'd say on us last night yeah she did yes she did okay that story for you a and pose belong to gets Ripley another round of post or her slayer lyrics now what I do is lay earlier it's again today it was with the highest rated parts of our show this week definitely like Twitter were asking for more but today's really cute I like today's edition of your so post politic it's up for grabs a little bit after today's young dizzy and we have a story this hour tale about a huge loops the Amazon made on prime day it costs them a lot of money but they have to honor the deal it's one of those things were you here I go somebody lost their job or that what triggers did you guys see yesterday gun top going to or Top Gun maverick as they're calling it would you think of it so Top Gun one came out in the early eighty six okay so I was born in eighty two and I'm not trying to be funny but I know what you think going no not really too into it because I was young but I member goose a modem playing that song on the piano I I remember the movie yeah but I was like oh my calculator going to solve the trailer was like in a weird way kind of like really interested I'd love the camera angles in this movie yeah the camera it looks like at the it looks like the stock a GoPro on the front of a jazz and said just film yeah I I want to go in this is a movie that you might have to see in theaters yes in a way yeah looks you know it's funny you say that they said that about Top Gun the original call really yeah it was one of those movies they said you well this is back in eighty six two was all he could Netflix that right they said you will see this in theaters or a seat before at least theater and they said the same about drastic park yeah the regional when it came out you have to wear it he's fine cross the desert and then he goes straight up the error is pretty cool and seen Tom Cruise really in the cockpit really doing the thing you know not just a stunt man it was pretty awesome if I could if I had an opportunity I would love to go to talk and to with like a a fighter pilot yeah so I'd like is it real kid you really do that yeah that's so and did you see the one for cats yeah I just saw it because I saw the hustler one now the hustlers one is good what else could it too did you see it that was out yesterday this is a comic con yeah all the trailers came out too they said it was terrifying I didn't think it was that terrifies said though it once I was terrified and that was it I was like all right someone scare me why so that it's one less thing yeah you saw one was more terrifying out of all of the trailer yeah I saw the mall but cats they said was committed at midnight or something and I saw that it was on sleep last night as I was on my phone early and I'm like I don't watch it and I had big expect is these cats is such a huge musical they look scary it wasn't that good I don't know anything about it so I can tell you would take the hold idea silly it's yes yeah but you cats walking around I'll go through the line so I don't know I didn't like it but but they're all a hundred eighty eight to come out of you know I don't know this year next year because I know I know member comes out next year yeah that's right we should be stupid if they didn't put it to out by Halloween right how are we in time this year cactus weird I'm sorry I just started playing it hello it is humans let me a better you know and this is this is me stereotyping you know the persistent Essie cats like you hear of us know that person I know several yeah I'm gonna go see it yeah so yeah you're right I said the word several I would change my friends all right all right one more thing here on the other one to get to before we get to the blinking little wing tickets it has to do with the Instagram and the hiding of the like what is this about I don't I don't get it either I thought you would know so here's the story Instagram is hiding like snow the bench testing this out in a few different countries not the United States now they've expanded to six new countries they tested it out initially in Canada so what they did yeah two days ago Wednesday they rolled out the test in Australia Brazil Ireland Italy Japan is that users will still be able to see how many likes their own posts get but when someone else goes to their post the number of likes will be absent thank you Facebook's director of basic member on Instagram he said we hope this will remove the pressure of how many likes a post will receive so you can focus on sharing the things that you love the test comes after they said the company once users to focus less on light counts and create a last pressurize environment where people feel comfortable expressing themselves which means white they don't need likes to feel important and popular because your photo you still know how many like she got and when you go to Instagram and you see a photo do you look at how many likes and has I don't I don't only semi like eyes I don't think I've ever looked at a photo and said how he likes it yeah yeah I got trying to think I mean I see how my life going well that we got a lot of interested in my own yeah yeah if I put a picture up and you get like a tunnel like right away you the old that must have been funnier than I thought or that must've been cuter than I thought but I've never looked at another person's picture going they didn't get any like me NASA deal well yeah Hey yeah asin I actually I will go Facebook is he's on post four hours ago yeah and I try to be funny they're trying to do a like a really quote of the day yeah I know you'd like to relax and I'll look at actually go would you just delete that yeah host loser we do that one penny okay so you judge people on their line we don't judge do we just kind of like like their importance does things that they think they are influencing others I see what you think I'm going to make people think with this post yeah they look at notes that was two days ago and you'll get to like yeah well yeah I think they're funny when they're really not like one person is really close to us in this room like it up for sale and if you're looking at me I'm just once really close okay yeah anyways so they're taking like that the other day here in America yet but they're thinking about doing it I just don't understand what the end game is like attitude to have well if that happens neither of you will know me likes anybody has a picture you'll feel terrible yeah I have to judge them on some other criteria yeah with those and there's more there's there's jacket we have tickets for tomorrow's show blink one eighty two and little way now if you're going to try to get these tickets and I don't blame you for trying to make sure you can pick them up today by five because we close the opposite five if you can come up and nobody because we're not open tomorrow obviously to Saturday so make she can come again or send somebody you can all you gotta do is answer today's booty buster correctly and here's another hint for you we're playing the same booty buster in the eight o'clock hour as well and we're giving way the same ticket if you listen you're going to know the answer but a lot of people are going to get the right answer is it the first person yeah the first person I get that right yeah what do the hundred and fourth or what no I don't think under four people will get this one this is a tough taskmaster tie it would be the first person to get it right so here comes your booty buster today get right think your the real deal how smarter you this early in the 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Paul Mccartney, Lee Hall And Producer discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Paul Mccartney, Lee Hall And Producer discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"The classic movie it's a wonderful life is being adapted into a stage musical by a former Beatle Paul McCartney is collaborating with Billy Elliot playwright Lee hall and western producer bill Kenwright its as for Sonya writing a stage musical and he says he's never consider doing what but after meeting can write in the hall three years ago we said quote by myself thinking this could be interesting and fun all said McCartney's with emotional honesty and melodic brilliance brings a whole new depth and breadth to the classic tale Frank Capra's nineteen forty six film tells the story of George Bailey a small town banker racked with regret who is showing the value of his life by a guardian angel producers say they're aiming for at least twenty twenty one for the

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"lee hall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To see okay we have the motives he does they don't even like about who's coming back then we don't know we don't cares about these stupid shows you do I was like a Die Hard many many back in okay I'm interested in all right now all right and Paul McCartney is working on a stage musical based on the movie it's a wonderful life and he's working with Lee hall the play right who wrote Billy Elliot and Paul cities doing it because it seemed interesting and fun that's basically a there are many details yet but they're supposedly hoping to have it ready by the end of next year we're going to talk a little bit more about this in Hollywood speak yeah and tastic our right to for the latest entertainment go to our website my talk one of seven one dot com hello my talk out I just isn't there thank you I talked to alert at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one sure one every thank you for joining us seventy she is in thank you for joining us it's been my pleasure to ask the question who is still watching the real housewives of any I went back in which is surprising.

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"lee hall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Rocklin network shares dropping in to the streaming company reported new subscriptions fell far short of expectations for the second quarter Netflix report a two point seven million new subscribers well below the projected five million all right Paul McCartney I know there are a lot of fans out there he is writing his first stage musical based on this movie it's a wonderful life he's going to Penn music and collaborate on the lyrics with a screenwriter playwright Lee hall this is going to be coming out to the stage in late twenty twenty interesting he's never done this before is a first for him and he said it all started with an email the playwright approached him said will you do this is apparently written most of the music already again coming out late twenty cool to see how well he does with his hi Jon Stewart lashing out again at U. S. lawmakers and we're gonna play a couple of clips from from what he had to say about all this the night alone of the nine eleven victim compensation fund is right at the center of this or a couple of senators of blocked a bill to extend the funding they were senators rand Paul of Kentucky and Mike Lee of Utah and that made Jon Stewart very very upset he responded on fox news last night absolutely outrageous Anya pardon me if I'm not impressed in any way by rand Paul's fiscal responsibility virtue signalling rand Paul presented tissue paper avoidance on the one point five trillion dollar tax cut.

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"lee hall" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"When a call in and talk about issues. Talk about nothing. Talk about Memorial Day. What it means to you. You want to call in and honor, somebody who was a veteran who is no longer with us. That is entirely fine. In fact, that would be welcome. It's, it's a very, very meaningful day beyond barbecuing beyond parties beyond baseball games. It's a day to honor those who have fallen. Given the ultimate sacrifice in war. When do that anything else for two four twelve sixty is always five oh five four two four twelve sixty start off this hour. We're talking to Holly stilt an artist and probably every Sunday, contributed to the. Artisans, Mark it up at the railyard, but she wants to tell us about something else called the northern New Mexico, fine arts and crafts summer, Holly. Good afternoon. You're with Richard and story. Hi. Are you there? Oh, yeah. Turn on. Turn on. There you go. Are you all you there? Sorry. Operator air. You're on now. How are you? I'm great. Thank you. Thanks for having fluently story is running the entire radio station right now. It is. Thank you. I might make some state. That's all right said, all right. That's the only way we learned is by making mistake. Now. I just cover mine up better. To do that. More time to cover them. All right. What does this thing we're talking about arts, fine arts and crafts summer? Yes, this is this is the three. There's three Subir shows. Well, there's this weekend is made twenty fifth twenty six twenty seven. And it's the northern New Mexico, fine arts and crafts guilds. So it's a professional group of artists, incentive pay Albuquerque. Where is it? So it's gonna be a cathedral park. Oh, nice so right. In back of the brand New Jersey plaza hotel road and then on palace avenue between the cathedral in palace avenue. And it's thirty two artists. So there's just lots of lots of Rienzi. We just want everyone to come out and support the local artists or so ten set up and cathedral park tomorrow's of Sunday and Monday. What, what time they kick out what times it opens? Three days, Saturday Sunday and Monday from ten to five aren't what kind of art art? So they'll be landscape painters. They'll be jewelry photography ceramics blown glass, textiles and stab. Rick and fiber would and woodcarvings leather printmaking sculpture any baskets. Probably okay. Yeah. Probably I don't know. There's a lot of ceramics and blown glass. There's a lot of jewelry. Painters, a lot of wonderful painters. And there, these are artists that have been doing this show for many years. So it's, it's just really wonderful and I'm so happy, we're going to have great weather come down and by local and support, local artists support the local artists are you going to be showing of course? Yes, I'll be showing my, my boots will be near the, you know, in the back of the jury pas a hotel and ran that side. What that new sidewalk, which was really nice. And everyone will be, you know you just walk up and down. It's really easy to see everybody. Okay. So they'll be I can just mention a few. I wanna tell them most importantly, Morton. Putin Lee hall, they're going to be food and coffee and beverages. Well, not at the show, that's where you get that at the local restaurant aren't. Yeah. This is mostly just the artist. So, but right there, right across the street is a Seattle cafe. And you know, great through a lot of grub downtown. Yeah. This is not about that. This is just about the. Enemies. Tell us about some of the artists. Well, we have lots of great people. All these Terry Adams is probably going to be there with his sculptures. I'm not gonna say too many because I don't know who exactly is coming. But I wanna give the website I hate you. It's arts and crafts skilled dot or, and then, but there's Evelyn she Evelyn does jewelry. There's my friends feel you in Neil the duties beautiful, carved ornaments out of wood and gourds. And they, it's like Christmas ornaments, but they're just incredible. And they're they have lights inside them. So they light up her name is oh, feel. You. That name. I know it's beautiful affiliate in Neil, the two nunnery. And well, there's just so many. There's, let's see we have gale car and she does leather and jewelry, we have Mira and Maria, Kevin, Kevin roll coming. I never had other name. So I'm Maria. But anyway, Mira, everybody.

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Bryan Cranston is mad as hell on Broadway in 'Network'

The Frame

06:41 min | 3 years ago

Bryan Cranston is mad as hell on Broadway in 'Network'

"When the movie network was released in theaters in nineteen seventy six you could count the number of TV channels on one hand. There was no twenty four hour news, no cable, and no internet network was dark satire about a news anchor who was fired for lagging ratings who then ranted against our addiction to TV only to become a ratings hit. And at all struck a nerve. I wanted to get up right now. Go to the window open it and stick your head out and yell. I'm mad as hell, and I'm not gonna take this anymore. I want you to Peter Finch when a posthumous Academy Award for his lead performance. Now, his character of anchorman. Howard Beale is being played by Bryan Cranston in a stage adaptation of network on Broadway out of your tears right now. Go to the window open. It stick out your hedging, yo. And I want you to go. How I take this anymore. The play was adapted by Lee hall from petty chef skis screenplay when I recently spoke with Cranston. He told me how he imagined Beal's life before he loses it on live TV when I choose projects. It's something that really moves me already. I without any effort at all. I start daydreaming about a project that I really am attracted to. And I know that's a good sign it stayed with me. It resonated. And so I just follow those instincts in what Patty and Lee had put together, and I came up with Howard Beale being and feeling irrelevant past his prime that he was about to go out to pasture and his wife has passed. He has no children. So he's basically alone. He's an island unto himself. And you'd think that some that person is reaching out to find connection connectivity with other human beings, but to serve the play. I realized that he had to invest in his aloneness and that deepened his sense of depression. And so it's out of that kind of low ebb that all these things are starting to transpire. In other words, he's a man with. Doubt anything to lose. And then he gets fired at the top of the show. And so he's like to heck with it. All. He drinks too much. He's he doesn't take care of himself. He doesn't eat. Well, he doesn't sleep. Well. And he's headed for a collision course, and he does in a way. But fortunately for him. It's more of an epiphany. He does have a sense of enlightenment that hits him and he tries to use that as a device to be able to communicate to his to his viewers. The other thing that was important about Howard Beale. And this is what Diana who is the woman who comes in to promote his rage says Howard Beale sat there last night and said what every American feels that. He's tired of all the B S Bs is my word not the place where he's our ticky relating the popular rage. Not gonna trick. You. Let's go. Let's look. Oh, look. You know, I I think that's also where Patty chef ski was on top of things that Howard Beale is tapping into something that is almost primal. And there's a moment in the play where the audience is encouraged to share in that rage, and that anger, and I'm wondering where you feel that fits into its relevance. And what it's like to hear the audience become as whipped up as they can be whipped up on any given night. We'll play is intended to entertain. But the most important thing that any storyteller. Whether you're on stage or film or television is to elicit an emotional response. I would rather have someone be angry at my performance than board. If I don't move them to some emotion, I feel like I've failed. So in this case, Patty and our production team for the. The version of has created an instigation to be able to light a fire under people. And actually when we get them to say, I mad as hell, and I'm not gonna take it anymore. It's giving them permission to be angry as a legitimate emotion. And I think our society has been lacking in that we can accept someone who's irritated or sad or. Despondent. But anger has not been an embraced emotion for many, many, eons, we see someone who's angry we will get away from that for that. Or that's and usually as a human being it's appropriate to be tolerant and accepting and embracing of of all different beliefs in opinions and religions and lifestyles, it isn't lovely thing to do as a human being to be more open to the quirks and idiosyncrasies of human beings. But perhaps right now in this unprecedented. Time in our country's history. Perhaps. Now, the appropriate emotion is anger because anger does stimulate activity. I remember in the sixties when anger stimulated a whole movement of antiwar protests and songs and art, and and style and plays and movies, and it it was a a movement that really moved the needle and had an influence on our political leaders in that period of time, and maybe there's room for that now, and it can really help to promulgate change.

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"lee hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:06 min | 3 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Cranston at Tony Goldman. We're talking about network adaptation of the network. I this is interesting so i-i-in news anchor. I recovered cable news. So it's interesting. I had a little a little PTSD when I saw the show in the beginning because I recognized the craziness and the makeup people coming in and descending upon you. And you're trying to focus and you wanna do one story. But the network wants you to do another story, and it was interesting. So I decided I saw a lot of friends who are still working. So my personal Facebook page. I said, hey who seen network the network, and what questions do you have? So I have questions real network news people for you from okay? Some of them. The answers from fake. This is from a producer, Rachel maddow's show. I want ask Tony if they do that video scene where they walk on the street live every night. And if there are people who try to watch it from the street. Yes, there's a scene where you exit the theater, it's unexpected and your character and the executive slash psyches are walking down the street. So that's live live every night and we'd forty four th street. And then we walk on stage and do a very unusual seeing right up on stage. But it is always live. And yes, people often people hilarious reactions as they walk Evora director wanted it to be a completely live street. So there's no intervention at all whatever's happening on the street is what we're dealing with. And the cameras just walking with us and filming us, so people stop and watch. They'll take pictures. They'll typical New Yorkers will walk by as where we kiss on the. Street as as if nothing happening unusual. So you get you get all kinds of reactions audience in the theatre. A huge laugh out of a lot of and some of the Tatyana are not even aware of because we're in the scene. This is my producer at the progressive. News network. Peta? Chaffetz words were a searing combination of network television. And a prophetic warning of what could lie ahead. We work mad as hell. But today's word see more tragic as Fox News info wars you to broadcast their versions of civil the soothsayer. What message does Brian hope the audience leaves with is different from night tonight? The I give a speech that is not in the movie, but is in the play that Lee hall are playwright who adapted the Patty traff ski screenplay. It is an amalgamation of Patty Chhaya skis responses when asked by the critics and reporters, why did you write network? What does it mean to you? And he said the thing that we must be most afraid of is the destructive power of absolute beliefs that we've now formed a sort of ideological tribalism in segregating are group's and thinking that my group is right. Therefore that group must be wrong. We were seeing this very evident in our politics today. Where not only are they not crossing the aisle or cooperating with each other. But they're demeaning the other the other side, and and diminishing them and impugning their character often, this is tragic, and and it is not going to help us advance any cause any smart ideas. And even if if Tony and I were on opposite sides of the idol ideological fence. I could not support a good idea that he may have simply because he's in a different party. This is crazy, and it has to that has to road at some point in order for us to to really be progressive in our accomplishments, an says to you just tell me a bad ass and she'd win a Tony for sure. So that's recision. That's just go. It was just a comment this documentary filmmaker, oh he worked on the the Jimmy breslin daughter for Cranston is such a physical and emotional role. How did you prepare for it? What you do not to get burned out with physically and emotionally sleep cocktail after after an evening performance. It's it. It does take it out of you. I'm pretty exhausted throughout the run of of a play I attracted to characters that are damaged and in in doing theater, unlike doing film or television, you're telling the whole story every day beginning middle and end and a good piece of theater is emotionally of demanding. And so you you you're giving it every bit of you, and, you know, paying the price a little bit afterward. It's almost like a sporting event where you just go out. And you're you're just focused on doing it. And you don't realize you're sore until the next day. That's kind of what we wake up with every morning. And but telling the story is so valuable, and it's so great for an actor to be able to be on stage to to do that. It's more rewarding for me than doing film or television in the actual acting part of it. You can have a greatly rewarding experience once films finished in your feeling the full effects of it. But the the process of it is is very rewarding. This is interesting is from one of Katy kirks for producers. I thought it was great one thing. I'd ask about the decision to keep it in the period of the film rather than playing with time and feting what was gained by staying in the heyday of network TV, for example, the new Tutsi a set today not in the eighties. I think that gets to your point Tony about at the time. These guys are the voice of God anchors. They were they were the lions of network news. It's an interesting question. What eve of an Hove is done in the production? As it is. Absolutely. First of all it's very faithful as Brian mentioned Lee hall who who's playwright is very faithful to Pettijohn ski. So petty Tchaikovsky's words set this in nineteen seventy six. The references the Patty Hearst kidnapping and the different events of the day. So I think that defined it. You would have to change the script which I think was. Catch on they start to play with us a lot of people think that their plants that we have members of our company in there, and they're responding appropriately. No Yvo is not that way. And he he he loved the unknowing -ness of and the uncertainty of placing real people onstage eating and drinking alcohol during the play. It's like a a a level of of dinner theater that. Extensive. But yeah, there there is some play. And I my character has a chance to have some flexibility with that. And you know as a as an you. I don't want to. I don't go out there. Each night thinking, I'm going to go off script. I really don't. But I look at Tony now because I do often go off it, but you're supposed to respond to what's really alive and happening. And sometimes I my mind gets taken by by people and their behavior onstage with us, and you can't help, but I can't help but comment, and it was great and Brian so present in the situation as really fun to watch the net for last. The start of this bar seeing talking about me having fired him, and we're having a drink at the bar and two women at the table next to us looking looking at us instead of linking the screens. Like, these two ladies are looking at you max. I'm your wingmen. That's I'm not having. I got married not do that. Last night when you in the audience, apparently, there's a lady with a fish head in her. Oh, yeah. What was that the bag with that was the one percent? Yeah. When you come off the stage, the is because our producer, Jordan witless. This lady had doggy bag, and he opened one fish. There is a there is a place holder for me to go in the audience, and do some atlas it we talked about it a lot. It's appropriate to the story. It's about how he's acquiesced to certain pressures and uninteresting to convince the audience that we're all just bees in the hive, we're all the same. Let's stop being trying to be individuals and just go along with the status quo. It's kind of a dangerous message. And so I go into the hive as it were. And I sit down and chat with a few people. And this woman had this big bag of something. And that's always curious to me, and I sit down between them, and I pulled something out, and it was a plastic doggy bag thing container. And I look at this. And I opened it up, and and there was a fish head. Okay. So that's never had picked up the fish head. And I start talking to the fish head audiences responding to it, and I'm having fun. But you know, it's like oh my God. I have to get on with a fish, in takeout container. Well, she was from Chile and I'm thinking, oh interesting. Maybe she was going to put it in a pot. Okay. Makes them fish on the money. If there was maybe a big sushi roller. It was official. So yes, it's it's a little crazy and fun. But it's fun to be able to have that moment. When I don't know what I'm going to say what's going to happen. I'm not giving away too much. But at the end, we see some video of presidents you both played presidents real LBJ. Not real. And then you see all of the all the president's all the president's to forty five. And I know the day I sought some guy got up and just started screaming at the screen when the current president came on and someone made a comment yesterday that Rita Wilson was in the audience, and at that point came security came over sort of helped her leave because the audience got so riled up. I'm just curious. What you think about that about do you see the audience? Do you see that reaction? You know after watching this this play this whole gone to this whole experience. I mean is it cathartic for them to be able to get up and yells at scare. I'm just curious what your response to it is well, it's kind of twofold, because the the point that Patty skewed was making what I've mentioned earlier is the danger of putting yourself in camped in any one particular thing, and that we need to get away from our devices. Look at each other discuss things realize that someone with a different point of view is not an enemy just has different ideas and trying to find common ground. That's really the message of what Patty was saying. The the end result though, brilliantly put together, I think by Yang versa, volt who is our production designer and Yvo van Hoven director is to be able to say, no look where we are. We are fully encamped. So we have a tendency now to watch and listen to those news programs, those outlets those opinion programs that fortify our own belief system. And we nod and go, that's right. That's right. And that we we listen or watch the the enemy so to speak, and we go they're crazy. They're out to destroy the world. And and I think that the the swearing in ceremony. At the end of the of the end of the show just highlights where we are. And it actually is a.

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"lee hall" Discussed on X96

X96

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on X96

"Grundy wanted to celebrate it or new hit single. Seven rings. So she got a palm tattoo that is a tattoo on the palm of her hand that she she wanted to say seven rings in in Chinese characters. And then she posted a photo of it. And what it says is barbecue. Which is a fine tattoo. If you like barbecue show on the Japanese. It's on the palm on her hand that says barbecue not seven rings. That's where I we barbecue. Grenville responded to one fans heads up. Indeed, I left out a certain symbol. I should've gone between the other two it hurt. Like f- still looks tight China think she means it still looks pretty good. Anyway, I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol anyway. But this spot also be a painful place, he says well appeals a lot. And so so the worst she's got it there. You put a tattoo their appeals a lot and fades, really fast. Yeah. Well, she says it'll be gone pretty soon. It's pretty does a bad idea. All the way around almost she knew it would go away pretty fast. Anyway, you have that other tattoo story. I sent you. Yeah. But I'm gonna do it probably. So a twenty year old woman here in Utah, charged with two counts of child abuse. After video footage revealed her kicking shaking hitting and covering the noses and mouths a five month old twin girls that she was looking after. Well, her parents were at work while their parents were at work McKenna Newell, charged with two counts of child abuse second-degree felony charges came after her employer. The father of two five month old twin girls found video footage of it and shared it with the police. Ms Newell in court said she was frustrated with the kids crying didn't know what to do. She says I feel bad in embarrassed about it. Okay. I got caught bad. Yeah. Yeah. It was a terrifying morning in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania Tuesday. Children jumping from a burning apartment. Do. She came just after two AM smoke and flames shooting out of the building. When firefighters arrived to kids trapped on the second floor. The only way out jump. Randy crater was visiting friends. He was down below. And he helped catch the children as they jumped out of the window, which is also dangerous kick the floor toll W N E P black smoke from the bottom of the door pushed back we couldn't get up. The stairs. The only option the kids had to jump and Mr. Chrysler help catch them and get them to safety past. If he thought he was a hero. Mr. cracker said no, not a hero. I'm just a good Samaritan. I'd do it for anybody. Chrysler said the rescue is like a miracle and the kids rescued her God's children the building was. Sandy the bulk goes home, she moved in only a month and a half ago. She tried to let the other tenants. No. The building was burning. I was screaming fire. I run around to the side. The kids were up in the top. We were screaming, my friend caught him had them jump out and caught them. Both the kids are okay. Well, that's. This is an interesting story. I click on that sought in the Salt Lake Tribune this morning. It's about a transgender woman who is a former stake president and the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints and an architect who designed LDS temples. A state lawmaker. You know is proposing a measure that would prevent Utahns from changing the sex designated on their birth certificates. Because that's never heard anyone such a move would set a dangerous precedent said Laurie Lee hall, a former state president and temple architect who was excommunicated from the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints for living as a transgender woman. You would ultimately wind up without any hyperbole at all erasing transgender people from existence exactly said Laurie. We haul all who was on this week's Mormon land podcast and Richie's podcast on yours too. She's on yours notes that she has no issue with the Mormon fates so-called family proclamation, which declares that gender is an essential characteristic of individual pre mortem, mortal, any ternal identity and purpose. She relates to it. After all hall says she's always been. Forever will be a woman, but I don't seem to relate to that. In the way that most in the church. She says what they they're really thinking. I think when they read that is that biological sex determines who you are. And at the end of the day, you will always be whatever your biological sex was all shares her thoughts on the proposed Bill president Dallin h oaks October sermon on gender issues and more on on the cultural hall podcast. I don't know why. This guy is is is pushing for this for this change for the birth certificates. It's not hurting anybody. He's just being a that's just think about that. That's interesting thing that Lori. Hall says it's not your physical attributes that determine what your gender is. It's. Laurie halse. I've always been a woman, and that wasn't my genitals that determined that. I've always been. Yeah. I had I had different genitals at one time. But that wasn't my my gender. Sarah Sanders says that Donald Trump is the president for one reason and one reason only. Log wanted him to be. God wanted him to. So how do you? How do you argue with that? Well. Well. I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times. And I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president. That's why he's there. And I think he's done for men's job and supporting a lot of the things that people faith really care about. Okay. Wait. That's why he's been able to lie about does. That mean God wanted Barack Obama to be president not necessarily God, not necessarily. Clinton wanted Nancy Pelosi to be speaker. Not necessarily. She didn't say that. Explain why Hillary got three million more votes than Trump. That's not. No, no. As a matter of fact. No, absolutely not. Hillary got three million more votes, but she didn't become president. Why? Because God did not want her to be that simple. You just you just bolstered Sarah, Huckabee Sanders. God wanted him to be run. The city of Baltimore is gonna stop prosecuting marijuana possession cases. Oh, really? That's good. Yeah. The top prosecutor there Maryland Moesby announced Tuesday. The state's attorney office will no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases within the city limits because you know, why why there are too many. The city will seek to vacate nearly five thousand prior marijuana convictions handed down over the past eight years most said her office will focus its efforts elsewhere because prosecuting these cases has no public safety value. Disproportionately impacts communities of color and erodes public trust. And is a costly. And counter productive use of limited resources. I agree. Not gonna do it anymore. Sports weather traffic brought to you by have you been to move cheese lately? They're cooking up something new for you. Besides their famous Philly cheese steak new Philly cheese steak egg rolls differently delicious. We'll just forget that the jazz got blown out in Portland last night. We'll look ahead. Okay. To tomorrow. They will be home in the loving arms of vivid smart home arena crowd that game is at seven PM. I haven't been to.

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"lee hall" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"lee hall" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"As to why she wants Deandra out is never shown. I was surprised at because they're giving Maya engine bear much like the mean girls edit, but I was with them ninety percent of the time. I was really good friends with them. So I was like I didn't see them in that light. But it's just very interesting kind of what is shown in. Because of what is shown whatever. Perception is I love. My edit thus far. I'm like, this is great don't show me crying hysterically. I'm sure that will come. But so far it's been good. So faira Abraham she was on teen. Mom, or whatever. Whatever. I don't know. Right. The OJT launched her in like seventh grade since she's on this. She's. On exxon. This is one of the things that island Lloyd with like, just continuity wise. Everyone hates her in the beginning. And I love to hate her. I was like, yes. This girl thinks he's way too cool for school like way too good for everybody. And it's like I pump the brakes lady. Okay. Like, you're on the teen mom show. And then, you know, you car dashing it with a video that came out like everyone needs to relax. And then like all of a sudden I'm in episode, whatever I'm in and she has to court which is phenomenal. By that. I was like oh. Just to court, and you guys don't make signs being like free faira we love you legitimately. Did not think she was coming back. We've not she was going to jail. We just got rid of fairly. She's one hundred percent. They're going to convict her like it'd be mean to the judge and piss them off or something. So we're like there's like a fifty fifty chance like she ain't coming back. So we like made all these signs like we had t shirts with her mugshot of her crying on it. And then she walked down, and it was a giant party. So we're like that those a happy moment for us in Farah. So you weren't a lot. So she's she seems like the worst. She was a lot to handle. And she liked me for some strange reason. I truly to this day don't understand why she liked me. So she was very nice to me. You're not that bad. But man some morning we would wake up and she would be screaming to the executive producers on the top of her lungs because I don't know towels towels. Organic salads. I will say a jersey or something I I have to I have to say this because it it kind of makes sense as to why she was such a nightmare. She thought that she was going on MTV version of the bachelorette in. The soul. That's right. So once she showed up and had to see she sharing a house in an a twin sized bed, which a bunch of other people that are also dating others. I'd be pissed too. I'd be like what am I doing here? Is that a agent thing? That's a contractual misstep. Right. Like, yeah. Like someone in her team has to know what she's doing? Yes. One hundred. Well, here's the issue as none of us knew the title of the show until we actually moved in. They can relay but anyone in their right mind, would guests can guess when they ask for a whole list of your exit interview process. You know, it's MTV. So you like all right. This is ex on the beach. Like, yeah, we get it. Terrifying though to have to go and would like our contracts that untitled dating projects. Lee hall entire time. So I can understand maybe how she got a bit confused. Yeah. But you're right. It's you think you are like the MTV bachelorette. No, you've got you like you thought you were going on like the bachelor like you'd be one of many women dating or are you or are you smart enough that you were like, this is excellent beat Schneider? They don't care one hundred percents soon as they were like, do you have any exits who were on reality TV? Oh, I know exactly what I myself into well good for you. Also, it's not you guys aren't even on the beach anymore. You're you're gonna ask where you film Ellie filmed in Malibu. Okay. So it's like literally in my neighborhood minutes from my apartment, but our house was like a two hour drive up this mount, oh, the tip top beach. You're nowhere near the beach..

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Connecticut, Lisa Lacerra and Michigan discussed on The Lars Larson Show

The Lars Larson Show

02:27 min | 4 years ago

Connecticut, Lisa Lacerra and Michigan discussed on The Lars Larson Show

"In the bill cosby sex assault trial concludes its ninth day with an expert witness disputing the accusers account of the drug she says she was given before she says she was molested defense says expert witnesses have exposed accuser andrea constanze accusation is made up saying blue pills that paralyzed her weren't quail lutes cosby spokesman andrew wyatt says benadryl that cosby did say he gave some of the women is a legal drug that does not call paralysis unconsciousness memory loss blurred vision nor does is down the central nervous system prosecutors rested their case earlier today judge steven o'neill says he expects testimony to wrap up early next week with the jury getting the case soon after grenell scott fox news southwest airlines sought more time to win spank fan blades like the one that's napped off during one of its flight and caused an engine break up the left a passenger dead this week the airline opposed a recommendation by the engine manufacturer to require alter sonic inspections of certain fan blades within twelve months saying that's not enough time the elton john biopic has gotten the green light rocket man the bio pic on elton john is out of the gate and ready to go with taryn edgerton set to star as the iconic piano player edgerton said to sing john songs himself as he portrays the singer in various stages of his life with production set to begin in august the film written by lee hall will include john's beginnings as a prodigy at the royal academy of music to his emergence as music superstar and his partnership was songwriting collaborator bernie top john's career was launched in nineteen seventy three with the album goodbye yellow brick road edgerton played the lead in the british film kingsman michelle pollino fox news michigan couple celebrating the birth of their fourteen son ketari schwantz have no daughter lisa lacerra fox news radio here's the latest weather from the talk of connecticut showers early then cloudy tonight with lows in the upper thirties chance of an afternoon shower for friday highs in the low fifty s partly sunny saturday high fifty five mostly sunny milder sunday highs in the upper fifties get the latest forecast online at talkofconnecticut dot com weekdays at one pm the dave ramsey show on the.

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