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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Away from your sibling to make their lives a little bit. Better S- A trait a stressor of some kind. What would it be okay? This is really good. Yes the takeaway. I think you I would like some of your confidence. I think you know like especially because you've had success in what you're doing. I think you are speak confidently. You're confident in front of groups. Like I think you are really good at presenting yourself and knowing what you believe in saying it strongly I could use more of that and then I think you also say yes too many things so as we said you get up at four ish in the morning but oftentimes. I'll call you or you'll be like like volunteering at something or someone asked me to do this thing and I was like you just have so much stuff in your life. And He's a really good dad and so I think Are Times there was like why are you doing? It's the right that's very nice. But why are you doing that thing so I think you could take some of the stuff off your plate? A good thing. She wants me to turn my back on the charity. So that's an interesting way you know. There's it's like some people I was saying the New Year. You have a lot of people who go. I want to say yes more than what it was like. You know what I'm going to actually say. No right like he takes it all. He's like yes I can do all of it and he can he keeps it up by a slowdown Okay well that's interesting because it's a little bit where I was going. I was GONNA say slowdown and appreciate the things in your life because it can feel chaotic. You got two young little boys tearing each other apart every day you're commuting into the city you've got this amazing career and you have some refrain. I'll take the guilt out because sometimes libby has to go to Sundance for a week. And she's missing something. Don't feel guilty about that. You've got a great husband who's home were all ruined. And it's all building toward this amazing career in life journey. That's going to be when you look back on in twenty years. You'RE GONNA say it was worth it because you are a good mom and you are there enough and don't feel that guilt some taking the guilt away. I love that only take my guilty. It's so relatable though even for even for myself I mean I have a lot of guilt you know when I have to leave my kids or you need to do more to to feel guilty. Leave more field birds. That's a separate different podcasts. Love that I can relate but it's about something that you wish that you oh I had quality that you would have would love to have our would love to have some of your. Let's have some of your visionary talent which is to say like to look at a big project and not crank it out and and get it done but to like see something through planet out. How would the be the best way to do this to step back from things which she does in her job and her career picture big picture thinking? Instead of mine is the alarm goes off at four thirty and I got three hour show on the air. Then you move onto the next one to be able to. She's she's a better creative than I am. The things that they make in that she makes will last well beyond any of us the things for the most part things I do last until tomorrow until we do another one and so I would love to have the ability to be as talented. She is leaving something lasting. I love it well. This has been so much fun saying Gosh. Thank you so much you sibling. Revelry is executive bruce by Kate Hudson Allah Hudson and Simpson supervising producers. Allison President Editor. Is Josh Windisch? Music by Mark Hudson Aka Hunkin..

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"How long does it take you to do your cute little to our projects produced two hours of TV every single day? But I'm an artist in you know like all of our graphics and our archival. Have you ever felt competitive with each other and any? I honestly haven't I haven't either. Maybe we should. I'm always happy for her success. I'm always proud of her and ever thought. Who I. I mean you're creatively jealous like oh boy that was good that. Lansner that Bruce leading that was good. Yeah you know but I'm happy for there's no we're just not in the same lane. Never have been even in our house because of the age. What does even going back a little bit like? When did you guys get close? Obviously you had separation through high school and then college you were. There was an age gap. Was there a time when it was like? Oh you are my homegirl. You're my homeboy. We are now like becoming best friends. I honestly sort of felt that way. I'd say after high school like me when I was in college. When you to me like a real person I could sit and talk to and hang out with and we could share things a little more but we I mean we had stuff in her. Dad Has Parkinson's disease and he's had it for thirty years and he. Yeah I mean a lot of it. It started in like ninety two or something like that so I was leaving to college and we didn't know that it was our parents. Were very strange about it. Like they didn't admit that he had Parkinson's for what's going on with that. That's what it was supposed to say that words and we're like Oh okay like that sort of like. I think everybody can relate in some way that thing. Let's look at the center of your family like pulls you together and it still does like you know we talk and we catch up about work and our families but there's always some nugget of like okay. What's how are they doing as dad? What needs to happen. You go to see him like all that stuff. Did you guys have ever ever have any sort of resentments of of your mom. Not telling you you know it was ten years right. Yes yes yes we did. It was very frustrating. But but I don't think they set it out loud for at least ten years. Maybe more because he was young he was in his forties and it progress very slowly. So we didn't have tremors wasn't like she did that. Tremors wasn't shaking all those things but he was slowing down and he was taking naps and all those things and we're like. I don't know how it works. You're only fifty two. You shouldn't be like slowing down this quickly. And so finally we probably should have known sooner but finally we just said that has Parkinson's disease and we're like what and I think you're right though. She was like yes. You're going to college. You've got your starting your life and your career. I don't want you thinking about this. How old were you guys? When when they told you that your dad had Parkin- tie was in my twenties. So yeah it must have been in early twenties. Yeah Yeah Yeah yes late enough but I think I just remember being like well I wish I I mean the only reason I was mad as I would make fun of him like I would tease him. Like like you are the worst driver in the world. I would like throw it at.

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

12:58 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"You've got this you know. And then and then as I got older we visit. We had a couple of really fun visits and he had his high school sweetheart was at school with him so we had known. Stena. Yeah so he married high school sweetheart. Yeah so we actually. We met in Sixth Grade Middle School in Jersey. We were friends and we started dating junior in high school. The short version of the story is she wanted to go to. Uva We both got into vanderbilt which was much easier to get into back then need to stipulate that she wanted to go to Uva. Didn't get in at the last minute. And she called me she said. Hey we're going to college together so we went to college. We broke up the beginning but it was small enough school that it was hard to maintain that so we actually stayed together through college and then after college we broke up in our twenties and then found each other again later in our twenties star. Our marriage and we've got two kids and that's visiting Willie also meant. I was visiting Christina because I'd also known her and her family. You know all those years too so that was cool. I mean that was so great. Yeah yeah so I would stay with her. Go to your crazy. Frat parties and see what college life was like and come back. It was going to Ali's Frat parties made me not want to leave. You did you did you. Did you go to college. Visit him and go to parties and I did. Yeah that was an interesting question. Didn't come to the Medieval Party. Was You're the basketball? Oh the you were naked Dunkin. He dunked naked respond to see. Yeah and Christina was like and you talk about that. On Morning Joe L. Stays here stays here. Cut that story. I'd like to say for the record. I had a jock. Strap ONS can thank you. Thanks again okay. So now your turn to go to college as Willie said my parents went to the University of Illinois and our whole family was from Chicago really in the Midwest so I always liked the idea of a big school but I couldn't go to Illinois because that's where my parents wanted me to go to of course so I looked at a lot of schools all around the country but then I went to Madison with my dad. He took me to the University Wisconsin to visit. And we just looked at each other and I was like. Oh wow like it's just such a special town. It's the best city the capital and they so they have you know big musical acts and there was a ton of politics happening on the sports. Were great and you know leaks Lhasa. Ross Yeah So I immediately fell in love with Madison and anyone I talked to was like. Oh yeah like. That's you know so it was it was. I applied to a ton of schools but I I kind of knew I wanted to go there but it's hard. It's a huge school far away from home and it's freezing. We didn't mind at this point. You're like you hit the ground running your like see you know what I'm GonNa do. I want to work so I graduated College in ninety seven. I came home so I came from Nashville. Came back home to New Jersey and I was just going to spend the summer at home and then go find a job and I was driving the not to Brag but I was driving the liquor delivery truck for wine and spirit world focused New Jersey. And so I did that to some that summer and I was having so much fun. That like bled all the way into Thanksgiving and Christmas and my parents were a job or what I was like. Oh this is going pretty well but I ended up all my bunch of my buddies had moved to Atlanta and so I just decided I'm going to move to Atlanta and figure it out and so I moved there. I applied to CNN And to the journal Constitution the newspaper down there the AJC didn't have a job. Cnn did have a job and that's literally got into TV. I took the job so I was your first job. It was I was an editor. It's actually at their sports network C. N. N. Sports illustrated which I remember perfect. Yeah was short lived but it was fun and it was like you know it was a bunch of young guys. Mostly guys my age like covering sports and watching Games editing highlights and like it was just fun you know. It was like a continuation of college. But you're getting paid not much but you're getting paid and so that was my first job. It was fun it really. That's interesting you know that 'cause underrated like the bars are open really late. Some of them were twenty four hours. Like it's a good party town. It's good and all the schools from the South. Like that's where you go. I remember it was like the open newsroom setup and so you'd be like I'm on the computer behind the you know the guy who's sitting at the desk on the left side of the shoulder so my parents and I would tune in and that was your first trying to get out and walk behind the printer. Let me just grab something. The printer looking mom and keep walking though when you were in college. What was your your focus. So I was a political science major which meant I didn't know what I wanted to do. but But no I love school. I had probably more fun than I should have. I would say but it was great and then I in turn Conan late night with Conan O'Brien. That was a good first step. I actually when I was working at that driving liquor truck. I thought maybe I wanted to be a writer for Conan to and I put together that summer. I worked all some run. It put together a writing packet and got the address and everything. I didn't know how anything worked. So he's got it and I put it in this big Manila folder and I remember the mailbox outside one in spirit world. I pause and I was like when I'm like a late night host someday on. I'll remember this moment in this mailbox is this is how it all began and Senate away dramatic. This is my ticket out and then like it took weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks and then I got a letter and I was like this is it went to the mailbox and it was like. I'm GonNa wait until I get home to open it and see when I start and all that and I open it up and it literally which I understand now it was like Not only do we not have position for you. We didn't read a single word of what you wrote. Because they have to protect themselves from liability. Of course they did something similar. I could say they stole it from me so like no one even looked at everyone hates you. Never show you literally like you. Don't think I think I wrote like monologue jokes and he was doing all those care. Those crazy like character the masturbating bear. You remember any of your monologue jokes. I'm sure they were like bad topical. Let's see that was ninety ninety seven bad. Clinton jokes or something. I'm so glad I don't know where it is awful. They're still time will either so after Madison Lane. What you Ju- Libby. What I do now so I have worked at. Espn four eleven wins Oscars Kate. I know she's well you. Yes so the film. The documentaries are different than the your world so the documentary one and our director and main producer. One we did not technically win one Oscar. Why don't you just say you want an Oscar? Because I don't have everyone's like where'd you put it? I was like well. I didn't really win. We didn't go on stage. It's not going on. Steve didn't mean you weren't a part of an Oscar. Winning the film wine were very excited. Okay corporate speak but also so my parents and Willie and Christina got dressed up in black tie and watch the Oscars from New York City on the Upper West Side. Sisters video of them celebrating. It was so cute. It was really nice. That's exciting made. America was the series. They right so I work at ESPN. So I started there eleven years ago when they were just kind of coming up with thirty for thirty which is our sports documentary series and so he started. I've done a lot of different jobs there like I. was in production a producer that I was just doing development like finding the stories and the filmmakers and matching them together and now I oversee the department. Espn films And a bunch of our content on ESPN plus which is the new streaming service. So we have so fun. Yeah it's really fun. What a cool job I know you not only get to work in storytelling right but these are real people. Truly aspirational story. Yeah thirty thirty s are not actually sports films like Oj. You could have shown very little football but you know it's the story of a man in a city and you know culture And so that's what we look for in everything. We do have some that they just finished one on Lance Armstrong. And one on Bruce Liu so those both were at Sundance which is really fun and I also think just in this moment of unscripted and All of the documentary stuff. That's happening in the series coming out like this is such a huge booming time and so for us to say we have here. I am I have money. I WanNa work with young hungry. Filmmakers and millions of people are going to see these like it feels like a really lucky place to be so when we go around. I mean I. We laughed after the first couple of years of thirty for thirty. Were laughing. We're like I can't believe who's taking my phone calls right now. This is so bizarre you know I love thirty really lucky woman to be running at that that department at ESPN awesome. Yeah thanks well. People say all the time they're like it must be really hard to be at ESPN. I'm not really. I honestly had really great mentors. They've been so good to me. I've and I know that's not everybody's story but I feel really lucky and about Libya's she's not really a sports fan so I always laugh that she said he has pinched. She's a filmmaker who happened. She makes she was working somewhere else and they made a film for. Espn ESPN said. Hey you're really good at that. You want to come work here. So if you ask her like who's in first place in the Eastern Conference Right. Now she data. I know it's not bad yet. She's running this huge department for ESPN YEARS AGO. For the fortieth anniversary of title nine. We did a series called nine for nine with nine directors and nine stories and we were really really careful that those weren't all like raw raw like the first to do this and the first two that I was like. No we have now. We have real history. There are real stories good and bad and so we tried to find really edgy. Stories of people would love. And we'll talk about because I think it's really hard to find stories that are marketable and that people are interested in seeing. And that's so sad to say. But if it's not Serena or a huge topic male or female. It's hard to get people excited. So that's a struggle sometimes honestly but we're constantly working harder to find really strong women's stories but also female directors. I always say women almost never pitched to me which is so interesting. And so. That's a huge concerted effort. Like anytime I go to festivals and like I you know you may not think to call me. But here's my car like if there's ever something you're interested in but there's so many amazing female stories so many we also do. We launched podcasts. Like almost documentary style audio podcasts. A couple years ago and my favorite one that we did actually is about Diana Rossi and sue bird Playing in Russia because women have to play to make money. They have to continue playing. They play all year so they all go abroad and they went and played for this guy. Shabby tie was actually a Russian mobster who owned a team in Russia. Cool but they're the way they talk about their life. Their cooley lived in a mansion and he would bring them like fresh. Strawberries are yet massages. It was like the total opposite of how their life is here and the WNBA but they made a ton of money and their life in Russia is so weird. Diana is hilarious by the way. And they just talk about this and then you know the dark side of that is shop tight like how he was funding all of that. And what his mobster business was already tell the stories he passed. Both of you guys are so accomplished in doing really interesting wonderful. It's been really fun since. She says she went Oscar since their film won an Oscar. All THESE THIRTY FOR THIRTY S. Get attention everyone is seeing like how great and how smart and she is because when you're on TV people think you're the you're the the one in the family who who does those things but lives doing these incredible things doing this great work and she's these deep dives and really interesting stories and you get jealous of her work. Sometimes the time she has to tell those stories honestly because ours is like turn it around. Get it on the show Sunday. That's she's taking months. She's making movie making films. You know should making documentaries. Which is my husband is in TV as well as air. He's a producer and he was like..

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"A year till the podcast. We're like you tortured me. I should have just punched you in the face. Yes to me. One time about Oliver he goes you. You should just punch him in the face and I was like that It's true true. Yeah still coming one day waiting still waiting for that by just out of nowhere would be fucked in hysterics Cathartic. Yeah Oliver just talking. Did you guys? Did you guys get along all the time or was the age discrepancy? So much that it was like you. Kinda drone thing. That's what I think we were doing our own thing. I know I think again I was the younger sort of annoying sister. But I also wore your jerseys to your games like he you know he played basketball football like I. Also I think was nerdy and check for Stewart but yeah I do. I remember your last football game in high school and I remember being in the stands with mom and I was like tearing up and crying because I knew how much you loved it. I knew you weren't GonNa do it again so I think like we had a connection. It was just again being so much younger. I wasn't in the mix so much but I was cheering. Did you look up to him as human? Yes Sir Sorry Yeah soliver would never say that without your prompting. Yeah never now no of course I did. I mean yeah. He was a good guy. I loved his friends. Eight crushes on all your friends. I don't know if you knew that so And cheering on cheering. Your teams on. I mean that's sort of like how the sports were such a big part of it. I guess but Yeah no I think it was good to have. Did you ever hook up with any of his friends? Ever the thank you for asking I did. I imagine it's I just learned that in this podcast. Go down and he'd five no my friends. The spread was big enough. My friends were like big brother stirs. So Yeah I didn't learn anything new. Today I was always hooking up with microphones. All of them. I think you hooked up with all of this kind of gross but okay so now you go away. What did that feel like for you? When he left for college. It was a big change. Yeah because Obviously had never lived without you and so when he went off to school. I remember we would write. Letters is pre email. This is pearly now. So yeah and the worst story. Oh No as I had a party. Our parents went away and I had a big party and it was a bad one because it was early high school. So we were. You know your bull out. Parents old like strange old June drinks and even Hugli night like some vomiting and just like a early early drinking and I put the entire episode and my friends were all sleeping over the house. It was just a strange crazy thing and I wrote entire detail of what we did was like. Hey Willy Hope you're great. I drank nine shots. Tequila the first time drinking and this is like all the horrible things that happen and I left it on our kitchen counter for my mom to mail and obviously she read it. I think she was like reading Oliver Journalists and that was the first time I've really got in trouble but I do remember we. I think we have that there was like some letters back and forth. Where you're like you know. Keep working hard..

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"First in line. Well let let let's. Let's let's get back to child. I WANNA I wanNA know about like growing up. So did you guys fight. We weren't fighters. One thing that libby hangs holds over my head. I you guys are probably like this too because I think it's generational but when we were young we watch totally age inappropriate movies which I wonder where my parents were. Now that I'm a parent I don't think it's I don't think it's a generally gets back then I still. I still porky's hurt. Yeah I heard you talking to. Kim Terrorizing her children terrible. But we so we I was into an and by the way we were in our old house so I couldn't have been more than ten years old and I was into the Friday the thirteenth movies. Oh Yes oh man. I'm Jim and I made so lip so with five or five and a half. Come Watch these five years old. This is worse than I remind you should as I said out loud. Yeah I should be imprisoned for this so I I would force her to watch it so she was five obviously traumatized. There's a man in a hockey mask in the woods behind our house. Probably Right of course five but Wade I why am I saying this? It gets worse though it gets worse. Tiny tiny cute little PINK BEDROOM. Where this little five year old would sleep and there was a little with like a ledge roof kind of right under my window and so for some reason. He forced me to watch the thirteenth. And then I lay in my bed and I get a little tap on my window and you guys remember the sound. It's CH J H. Yes so Jason's coming and you're at my window and I don't know sounds like Oliver. Yeah it just wasn't nice but think of the effort that didn't happen by accident. I'd to climb onto the roof of our house. Get up to her window knocking. Wake up yeah. I think she's still carries that with her. So I actually do scary movies and trailers including trailers trailers. I was like you though I watched Friday the thirteenth nightmare on ELM and watch them to and then I had to sleep in his room because I was like.

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"You can't believe they were real. But they're very entertaining athlete. Yeah which job do you like better? Oh what I mean by. This is not like Oh of course you love everybody that takes shape but like what is to you. Where do you feel most fulfilled? So I do. I know you're going to give the political. I won't get episode but I'm just going to lay it out I while I'm thinking about it first politics than reality so during the week do morning Joe which is three hours of politics and you're in the mock That is our political culture right now. And that's that's the flu kicking up remote. That's great because this is a moment in history and every morning at six. Am like we're on the front lines of it. We have the first crack at it. Like that's really cool and then my Sunday. Today's show is completely different where we do news at the beginning of the show. Fifteen minutes and we'll talk about Washington but then after that we totally abandoned it and we'll do a profile of some super interesting actor or CEO or athlete or something and so. That's incredibly gratifying. In its own way partially I think because it's so different from what I do during the week so I think for me. I think the most fun is being with my friends on Morning Joe every day just because that chemistry is so natural after thirteen years to think about it But in terms of gratifying to be able to do fifteen minutes with Al Pacino and drive around in a convertible with him run Beverly Hills like that's a once in a lifetime. Cool thing to do so I guess I'll give you Sunday for gratifying and morning. Joe For fun is that a good enough pouts great perfect. That's a perfect political answer. Funny that morning Joe is fun though. I think 'cause we were saying you know it's like Willie I love Ya. We're blood but I cannot watch every day just because the politics and sort of the intensity of what you're talking about bio you have to know what you're talking about at six. Am You also managed to stay out of any heat? You seem to be the likable journalists kind of Switzerland. By honest opinion is there are so many hot takes in the world right now. Everybody's gotTa take on everything and there's no shortage of it on morning. Joe That I do honestly think there's a place just for information because all we get now if you turn on the TV at night and whatever channel you like it's all opinion which is okay. But sometimes I were having this big food fight and I went. Oh actually for the viewers. Here's what we're talking about. And here's the basis of that opinion. And here's some numbers or statistics. Contradict that opinion. So I think if it's just a bunch of people spewing their opinions that doesn't really get us anywhere and I think the problem. The problem though is like what is real any more meaning like everyone is so against. Whatever there yet asks are It's it's like well what's real you. Watch this watch that. What is straight news? What are the facts these day right? You know I mean where do you get? Word is one get even get information and that and by the way that is the you've just hit the core of the problem right now. Which is that. No there's no shared truth and really wears the true. We're we're in. We're in a position right now. Yeah on Morning Joe. Every morning at six am eastern. No but that's it find it there. The truth is there. If you're willing to accept it and I think the problem is a lot of people will read a piece of truth and go. Ooh That doesn't fit my narrative. How can I spin the truth to make it fit my narrative or ignore that truth and I say that both ways obviously the president has softened the ground so much by saying fake news fake news. Fake News Fake News. That when we say something that's critical of him or something that's true he's able to turn and say there they go again. I've told you for years. This is fake news. So don't believe this thing even though it's basically it's the old nineteen eighty-four don't believe you're is you know the thing that's in front of you isn't real but I will say also the from the other side is coming to a position where you say. Donald trump lies so much that even when he says something. That may have some truth to it. The other side will say he's lying again. So that's it's a really bad place to be is a really bad place to be. I can't even agree on something. That's true or we can't give someone credit for something that's true. I have this thing right now. I just look at it as a mother which is like if I all of their mothers what would I be saying to them right now and that is stop it. Yes it's just a it's a terrible example for the young and yeah I actually trump about that a lot you probably get. My kids are twelve and ten. So they've sort of come of age. There were two young previously. I mean they. Of course they knew WHO President Obama was. But they're like this is when they're starting to pay attention to all this and the idea that they think this is how it is or this is how it's supposed to be or that Insult or ugliness or the way to get ahead or if If that person says something ugly will that justifies my doing that. Which is another element of this era? I hate which is like will. Will he? The president said that so we can go be Dick's to that's not tearaway. Stop it politics right. Now in the world is definitely in the forefront right. This is what we're all thinking about in dealing with to the point where my kids. Now when I was ten nine and twelve years old I didn't care about politics or what it meant or what the system was or how it operated. My kids now are interested in it just because it is in the front of everyone's minds you know they're questioning. What debates are who the Democrats are who the Republicans are how the system works in a last night Bodey? My nine year olds watching the debates. Just randomly and he goes. I think like Elizabeth Warren. I mean I just like what she saying. I like. She's calm she's calm. You know. And then he goes. Oh God Bernie. Sanders really went after her. I mean he's he's engaged in the process and now it's up to me to sort of try to explain. Yeah that's so interesting. Yeah we I we. My kids were watching it last night. Too I came home from something and they were like lying on our bed in the debate was on ten and twelve years old and I. I can't decide if it's a good thing that they're sort of conscious of what's happening in the country or that they have been thrust into it because our culture is so now based on Powell ever used to be like no. I don't remember as a kid like sitting down and watching the debates like there's the last thing on the planet. I vaguely knew Ronald.

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"And I was. Like this is like this is fun delivered right. I'd highway honestly why I went back to La. Yeah it's weird when you're used to right. I mean you live in the city and have made it. Were completely with your kids but for me I was just like all right and are tiny. Two Bedroom apartment was closing and it was like having two crazy monkeys in the house. Man Real but see our kids were born in New York and this is all they know. So it's actually not weird to them. It's still weird to us like my son who's ten plays baseball. But does you live at Chelsea Piers you go to Chelsea and his baseball is in on the upper west side. It's in the basement. His baseball is in the basement of an old bank and they opened them up and it's ten batting cages. That's become normal but we have friends from out of town. Where does your son play in the basement of that bank? No that's not normal. That's not how you play baseball while we're on the neighbor thing like we've lived in our building for three years and actually it's funny. This came up because like two days ago. The Guy Literally in the apartment next door opened the door and walked out and I was like. I've never seen you in my life. We live on the other side of a wall from each other and can touch hands through the wall. And you're not even familiar. Listen to me. Well so willy went went when Libby came home from the hospital. Do you remember infiltrating your world and totally screwing up your beautiful? You know only child life trying to cause trouble acting. I mean this is. We should talk more about which is interesting because we're all two and a half years. But he really those years of life without I mean we remember life sorta together you know at that age gap. You know it's like Oh. Wow there's this new being that is sort of come into my world yes I don't remember resenting you for that I mean. Maybe I'm too young to remember that but clearly you've lost Hat fifty percent at least attention actually lose more than that. When the baby's new but I you know the context. I do remember it in with our own kids. When my son who's our second child was born and my wife. Christine is in the hospital with the newborn. And I'm bringing our daughter Lucy into the hospital for the first time and she has no idea that on the other side of that door as this person who's about to change your life and also like be like you guys like be at her side for your whole life. It's like she has this life and this is how it is and I'm the folks attention it just me and then the door opens in that second. Everything changes so sure. I had that that moment of like. Who's this chick? What are you guys like his kids? We had fun. I don't remember I was also young enough that I was always just your knowing little sister. I think until that change when we got older and we actually had things in common understood. I was like oh I like you. I remember when you went to college. Sorry it took eighteen years but when you left I was like Oh wait I think I miss him and I think we. I think we like each other now. Similar to Katie. And I like when when I went to college sort of when I took me going away for us to get closer. Hopefully yeah what. We also are far enough apart that we were never in school together so we weren't competitive for friends. She wasn't showing up at our parties in highschool. You know she was just young enough that there was nothing competitive about our relationship. So I don't know bite. My Dad's really funny. My uncle's everybody's funny so I would say we were. There was a lot of humor in our house. What kind of staffer you into as a kid definitely sports sports movies love movies. Sporty House Sporty sporty. I in high school. I played football and basketball. Libby played tennis won the State Championship and ten is a really good. She's fallen off since then but I did. Actually I did when I was really young. I did summer stock. Doodle acting Not to Brag Kate now oh I think my mom vaccine. My mom saw like I was on this like all sports trajectory and she was like. Let's introduce some other some sensitivity and actually loved it. I was the only and you probably know this already. I was the only boy in Miss Hannigan. All-girl orphanage in the nineteen eighty-five Ridgewood. Summer start production of any so I figured production of all time has ever wanted to be was Anne Marie ever any never only in my mind and your grandfather your grandfather went to Stanley Cup semi correct with my correct. Oh yes my my great grandfather. Great Grandfather is in the hockey hall of fame. Herbie Lewis played for the Detroit Red Wings in the Thirties. And he was the captain of the team and he won two Stanley Cup. How and the crazy thing is. I can barely get across the ice on a pair of skis. Were those rings. Ooh That's a good question. I bet uncle Mike sort of the historian by the one of my favorite part. Not My favorite one of the funny parts. About my great grandfather's he was like a big star in his day. And this is a professional hockey player. He was the face of camel cigarettes and we had I mean. It's the thirties rights and nobody knew grip problem so we have framed print ads where he's in his full uniform. He's on the ice with the stick down. The ICE Maze Very Red Wings. And he's got a lung. Garay amazing so cool..

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"By the license to here are falling out. Yes life it's just it's it's this is the first five years of your life. That's the whole book for that. Very light alight seller but interesting like who all live in my house I remember I guess I remembered this was in Chicago in Evanston Illinois which is basically Chicago just outside in the north And I think I guess I remember it may be more from photographs and images than actual but I remember birthday parties. Dukes of hazzard cakes. Remember our little house that felt like a big house and then like we went back and drove by and I was like that was the. That's not the house and it was the house but in my mind it was huge and I think it was two or three bedrooms. It was like a modest house on it. But it'd be great street with lots of kids. The kind of town that like had the block party and you know the neighbor would come over. I got some Zucchini and my garden. It was like that like you didn't like that world old school neighborhoods. They tried to find one here in L. A. and I live in sort of a semi old school neighborhood. Tau Block parties. Yeah you know. It's hard to find these days and it's suspicious special. It's actually really special for the kids. I would say Libya's founded though. Don't you think where you live? Yeah we live in the BURBS and I think even in New Jersey where we live. We had the block parties and we had the friends like the best friends across the street. Where my first sleepovers? So that when I was when I had I have two little boys in my had them in the city and they were learning how to ride bikes. My older run and we. I was just screaming at every intersection.

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"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"We moved in? Nineteen Eighty TWO NEW JERSEY. Five years old and Libya was even one maybe nine month less if yeah My Dad got a job with the New York Times. He was writing for the Chicago Tribune. I was born in Chicago. We both were and when I was five we moved to New Jersey when he got a job with the New York Times so forty years not in the city. But I've lived in the city for fifteen years but around is your data. Chicago native is that where is he from? He's from down state as they call it he's from Champagne Illinois And he went to the University of Illinois which was the street from his house and he says cost one hundred thirty five dollars a semester so his parents you're going there was in the late sixties and he met my mom there at the University of Illinois. Are they still together? I are crazy. Always a harmonious household consummate harling up fifty years got it. Yeah it was actually like it was people. I think you always look back in your life and your were there moments of strife and what was it. What was the adversity that we had overcome? There was little stuff but yeah it was a happy place we my dad was a writer for the New York Times. My mom was a social worker and then she was a realtor in our town after that and we had like a really nice good suburban life went to the school up the block and the high school up a couple more blocks and I would say it was like a pretty idyllic childhood definitely and you're in Jersey says in Jersey and Jazz Ridgewood New Jersey Bergen. And how often did you come into the city? That was a big deal. I think I remember for big birthdays. Like we'd get a limo and didn't get any of the perks. Here's the split. This is an important split. This is so my dad know this very real and I'm GONNA lean into it not so. My Dad was a columnist for the Metro. Section of the New York. Times have four seven years when I was growing up. 'cause we're five years apart and then he was hired after that. Don Hewitt who founded sixty minutes Read my Dad's comes in. Hey you ever think about doing TV. And my dad's a writer and they had him shoot a pilot of one of his pieces and they loved it and CBS hired him so he was making. I don't know what in nineteen eighty three to be the metro columnist New York Times. Not that much probably guessing and then a little more probably in the CBS years. So we always joke that. I grew up in the New York Times years. I never wrote a limo into the city. We took the short line bus into port authority. This is libby was riding limos into see elaborate Broadway production four and a half years his junior a different house that I lived in. Yeah Yeah but it was a big deal to go into the city and mom always liked and she still does goes to shows and she loves the city in the museums. And just the vibrancy here. Are they still there? So they just moved. I just moved into the suburbs a couple years ago and they followed there've been there was another step in there so in yeah they lived in New Jersey and then when libby left and went to college moved into the city because their life was so they lived on the upper west side for fifteen or sixteen years and then last year moved to Connecticut. Here's really haven't left this not a lot area. Yeah well except I went to college in Nashville for years. Which was a major. I loved it. Libby went to the University of Wisconsin. Oh Back Oh everything I loved it there. Did you guys know that you I mean? Clearly you're going to get into the television world based on your data I mean. Was that always kind of what you know. It's funny because people make that connection. Obviously because my dad was at CBS. And I got into the business to but you have to know that our parents are very mid Western so we've never like sat down and like had talks about like well. Journalism is a noble profession and ought to try it. It was just like by Osmosis and I could see that. He was traveling to cool places and meeting interesting people and he enjoyed his job and like it wasn't the old nine to five. Your Dad comes home with us. Shoulders slumped and throws his briefcase. He liked what he was doing. And I think just by that you probably have the same experience I was GonNa say it's similar. People always ask the same question. And you're like well. We didn't sit around a table and talk about scripts and a lot of his stuff on Sunday. Morning was personal. He did a lot of personal stories so there were cameras in our kitchen a lot of the time like they were his producers. We knew pretty. Well I remember at my wedding. They were they did a piece on my wedding and amy was crying in front of the church. Amy Was the first person I saw when I got out of the car and and she was like. I can't believe it and I was like you are not coming into the delivery room. This is where it stops. All good. Okay you know. What were the things that he would like? What would he do? Did a big one was coaching. Our Little League teams and like how outrageous and ridiculous suburban watching. Is You wrote a book about that eventually to WHO's basically an SAS than there was always some humor in it but he was you know he'd go to the Iowa State Fair and tell some great store he find these little kernels of stories. That don't look like anything on paper and then turn into some amazing story that says something about America and he wrote books about that and he did those pieces that like he was he did one in our house in New Jersey where Martha Stewart had. Just become big and she was like you can make a Christmas wreath out of just things you find in your backyard and in her backyard. Of course it was like these elaborate like figs and berries in that so my dad went in our backyard and there was like a Rusty Budweiser Fan and a tennis ball and like stuff like he was funny but also making some commentary and he was He he was always having fun but I I do remember. He not only did not encourage us to get in. I remember when I graduated from College. I was about to graduate. He's he was worried that it was going to get into it or he was worried that I thought that was the only thing that you could do so he was like. I need you to go like meet with people who have other jobs justin case because I was like I wanna do this internship and Semi went like. There's a guy in our town who worked at Goldman Sachs or something. I don't know anything about finance. I went had lunch with them. Because that's what you'd like. And he was like explaining the markets to me and I was like. I don't know what you're talking about and I'm not interested in what you're talk. No disrespect and then my mom had me. Go meet a family friend in. Remember the so well up in Connecticut. Who worked at northwest mutual insurance and it was literally like. Here's how term life works and I was like. Oh my God and that like made it official just rushed me into TV business so you were first born yes and and then you guys are four and a half years apart so you probably remember harbors or when she I remember life without libby. Remember life without living. I mean I was young. That's seeker autobiography by the license to here are falling out. Yes life it's just it's it's this is the first.

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"libby geist" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

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"libby geist" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

02:37 min | 9 months ago

"libby geist" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

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"libby geist" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"libby geist" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"Advocate ESPN, film, senior producer Aaron light in our series edited. Our narrator was the undefeated Clinton gates later this week will post the bonus episode with me and Clinton with lots more about Ricky Henderson and the making of this documentary. And yet as I mentioned this is the final episode of our season. But there's lots more on the way. And in the meantime, you can always go back into the archives and listen to any of our docs that you may have missed this episode was made in collaboration with our friends at pineapple street media. It was produced by AGA rainy Shagay an edited by Joel level. The episode was mixed by Martin Johnson and research was Dianne Hudson. The executive producers at street are generalize Berman and max linski pineapple, by the way makes tons of podcast. You can check out their other work at pineapple dot F a special. Thanks crisper, ruby who was a big part of putting us episode. Tha. Gather. Thanks also to jet Cronin Juliana Polly and Tammy filming Tammy just wrote an e book about her time with Ricky Henderson in San Diego. It's called the dog days of summer. DA? Of course is a link to it on our website super special that thirty fifth thirties. Julia Larry Henderson who project manager editor and so much more on this episode are thirty for thirty podcasts team also includes Beecher Kabuli and drama Ryan Intel and keep Romer Vignon is our associate producer and master of all things are cable and more Connor show, rob king and Libby Geist executive producers for ESPN films. Our development team is out of new house and Jenna Anthony, the ESPN films team includes your Fenton who had a big hand. In this episode cat. Zinke, Jennifer, THORP weezer, Janice Maria, Delgado Tomba card, Paul Williams evil and Alex Bowen. The ESPN audio team includes trod Keller, Tom Ricks, Meghan, judge peachy sees Ryan grander Devon gallon NS. Elizabeth Fierman that chicken this episode was by Roger Jackson. Our theme music was composed. I wish you case here way, host of the song exploded podcast on

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"libby geist" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"libby geist" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"We cut off the top of the whites make him into half sneakers, put shoe polish on them for the summer, making black hats. Oh, there you go. And because they were cool. That's pretty good. All right. So let me so we get back to dick Ebersol for minute now. So he says, yeah, good to see you. And yeah, no. So you at this point I'm assuming haven't done any of the interviews or anything? Nothing I didn't do anything. I, I don't remember if I had that meeting before. Did crazy low or not, or after. So that I met a guy named Jeffries who who had CONNER shells job ESPN in fact, Connor was is, is either intern or or or young man learning from Jeffrey. So. He, he, he really likes some of my films and I told him this, he says, oh, we want to do that. We want to do ten hours of basketball you. He introduces me to John skipper who I loved and still do, and and north Carolinian and well read, you know, and we hit it off and he said, wherein. Ten hours, five parts wherein so then I started doing research and I started reading a lot. I don't ever watch films other films about my subjects ever and was that I don't want to. I don't know. I, I don't wanna be influenced. I wanna do my thing. I I read everything. I mean the the reading in the preparation is everything because when you go in and interview, somewhat, if they don't know that you're immensely prepared, you're going the way I look at it. These are five minute interviews. I read everything. I took prodigious notes. I I don't use a computer right. Everything I do is yellow legal has longhand, so I'm reading in diners and sushi Bahamas everything. Taking notes that skip a calls me one day. Sorry, then we don't have the funds for this. So. He said, but we want to work with you. So I write on the spot. I came up with the idea of black magic. I did this four hour film. We SPN. I love doing it won the Peabody was the Genesis for thirty for thirty. This zero question about that. And then I didn't want to do anything else that had to do with sports zero. Nothing and this is the last thing I've ever going to do has to do with sports this thing and but they started thirty for thirty. I did the Reggie Miller movie. It's not how I originally wanted to do it. I wanted to do run that photo of of the knick fans freaking out in the back as Reggie shot, but but it evolved into something that had a lot of fun with I. I made it into a comedic opera actually, and and then I went back Jeffries no longer there. Air work with him for two films. He was delightful who's terrific Libby Geist who now in ESPN she was my assistant for years. And so we, I, I said, I wanna do this ten hours. They said you're on. And then I started the research quickly. I. I learned ten hours isn't enough so it became a twelve hours six pots, but I underestimated what it's going to take. It takes me two full years to a ninety to one hundred twenty minute movie. And this is a twenty hour movie. I've that we've done in four and a half years reading, reading, reading, reading reading. But Jackie, I when I mapped out. My pass here. If I look at my notes from five years ago as to how I'm viewing this scene by scene story by story. It's almost that's almost what happened. Exactly. So you really did have it in your head. So let me ask you. So who is your very first interview while my first interview was with the Jack Ramsay because I had heard that he was quite ill and. And it was during the NBA season. So I realized, well, I wanted to get get him right away. And there was no point doing contemporary people then because during the season and I wanted to get some of the elderly men and women early. So Jack, Ramsay was incredible. I went down to Naples, Florida to his home. He he, he was, I guess, eighty years old and riddled with cancer. He sat in his chair in the living room for over four hours. Never got up. Wow, really pretty in pretty good shape. Mentally, all only repeated a couple of things and a and an absolute..

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"libby geist" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"libby geist" Discussed on The Jump

"We cut off the top of the whites make him into half sneakers, put shoe polish on them for the summer, making black hats. Oh, there you go. And because they were cool. That's pretty good. All right. So let me so we get back to dick Ebersol for minute now. So he says, yeah, good to see you. And yeah, no. So you at this point I'm assuming haven't done any of the interviews or anything? Nothing I didn't do anything. I, I don't remember if I had that meeting before. Did crazy low or not, or after. So that I met a guy named Jeffries who who had CONNER shells job ESPN in fact, Connor was is, is either intern or or or young man learning from Jeffrey. So. He, he, he really likes some of my films and I told him this, he says, oh, we want to do that. We want to do ten hours of basketball you. He introduces me to John skipper who I loved and still do, and and north Carolinian and well read, you know, and we hit it off and he said, wherein. Ten hours, five parts wherein so then I started doing research and I started reading a lot. I don't ever watch films other films about my subjects ever and was that I don't want to. I don't know. I, I don't wanna be influenced. I wanna do my thing. I I read everything. I mean the the reading in the preparation is everything because when you go in and interview, somewhat, if they don't know that you're immensely prepared, you're going the way I look at it. These are five minute interviews. I read everything. I took prodigious notes. I I don't use a computer right. Everything I do is yellow legal has longhand, so I'm reading in diners and sushi Bahamas everything. Taking notes that skip a calls me one day. Sorry, then we don't have the funds for this. So. He said, but we want to work with you. So I write on the spot. I came up with the idea of black magic. I did this four hour film. We SPN. I love doing it won the Peabody was the Genesis for thirty for thirty. This zero question about that. And then I didn't want to do anything else that had to do with sports zero. Nothing and this is the last thing I've ever going to do has to do with sports this thing and but they started thirty for thirty. I did the Reggie Miller movie. It's not how I originally wanted to do it. I wanted to do run that photo of of the knick fans freaking out in the back as Reggie shot, but but it evolved into something that had a lot of fun with I. I made it into a comedic opera actually, and and then I went back Jeffries no longer there. Air work with him for two films. He was delightful who's terrific Libby Geist who now in ESPN she was my assistant for years. And so we, I, I said, I wanna do this ten hours. They said you're on. And then I started the research quickly. I. I learned ten hours isn't enough so it became a twelve hours six pots, but I underestimated what it's going to take. It takes me two full years to a ninety to one hundred twenty minute movie. And this is a twenty hour movie. I've that we've done in four and a half years reading, reading, reading, reading reading. But Jackie, I when I mapped out. My pass here. If I look at my notes from five years ago as to how I'm viewing this scene by scene story by story. It's almost that's almost what happened. Exactly. So you really did have it in your head. So let me ask you. So who is your very first interview while my first interview was with the Jack Ramsay because I had heard that he was quite ill and. And it was during the NBA season. So I realized, well, I wanted to get get him right away. And there was no point doing contemporary people then because during the season and I wanted to get some of the elderly men and women early. So Jack, Ramsay was incredible. I went down to Naples, Florida to his home. He he, he was, I guess, eighty years old and riddled with cancer. He sat in his chair in the living room for over four hours. Never got up. Wow, really pretty in pretty good shape. Mentally, all only repeated a couple of things and a and an absolute..

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"libby geist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"libby geist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Well after thirty one years as correspondent for CBS Sunday morning Bill said farewell yesterday as they look back at his stories over the years. I always say it's a little bit like Forrest Gump box chocolates. You never know. Exactly. What you're going to get with might be an often. I don't either except that you will know you always want more. So thank you for all the wonderful stories. Please come back and see us. Thank you. I will guys reveal back in two thousand twelve on CBS Sunday morning that he had Parkinson's disease is son is morning. Joe co host and sunny today host Willie Geist his daughter EMMY award winning documentary maker Libby Geist or the seventieth EMMY awards primetime EMMY awards tonight. We'll honored the best on television. And then a definite sign of the times. Netflix leads the network nominations with hundred and twelve followed by H B O with one hundred and eight and then NBC with seventy eight the two hosts, Michael Chang and common. Joe's this year. Come from weekend update on Saturday Night Live, and it will be quite interesting to see how they will deal with people like Harvey Weinstein in their monologues and others who have been accused of sexual misconduct in Hollywood. It will also be interesting to see how they deal with the ongoing probes involving President Trump at CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. Reporting. Celebrity birthdays, hip, hop legend human beat box, Doug e fresh fifty two. Today gospel singer, BB Winans is fifty six actor Maliki Oba's fifty one producer. Bryan singer's Fifty-three NBA coach and player legend, Phil.

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"libby geist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"libby geist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"CBS news time to fifty. After thirty one years as a correspondent for CBS Sunday morning Bill Geiss said farewell yesterday as they look back that story had his stories over the years. I always say it's a little bit like Forrest Gump box of chocolates. You never know. Exactly what you're gonna get with might be an often. I don't either except that you will know you always want more. So thank you for all the wonderful stories. Please come back and see us. Thank you. I will guys to reveal back in two thousand twelve on CBS Sunday morning that he had Parkinson's disease. His son is morning. Joe co host and Sunday today host Willie guys his daughters. Emmy award winning documentary maker Libby Geist the seventieth primetime EMMY awards tonight money will onto the best on television. And in a definite sign of the times net. Flicks leads the network nominations with one hundred twelve followed by HBO with one hundred and eight and then a network NBC would seventy eight the to any hosts Michael Chan common Jost this year come from weekend update on Saturday Night Live, and it will be quite interesting to see how they will deal with people like Harvey Weinstein in their monologues and others who have been accused of sexual misconduct in Hollywood. It will also be interesting to see how they deal with the ongoing probes involving President Trump CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. Reporting. Celebrity birthdays. Hip hop legend the human.

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"libby geist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"libby geist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ten fifty. Well after thirty one years as a correspondent for CBS Sunday morning Bill Geist said farewell on Sunday as they look back the stories over the years. I always say it's a little bit like Forrest Gump box chocolates. You never know. Exactly. What you're going to get with might be and often. I don't either except that you will know you always want more. So thank you for all the wonderful stories. Please come back and see us. Thank you, James. I will son is morning. Joe co host and Sunday today host Willie Geist stand his daughter EMMY award winning documentarian Libby Geist for his part. We have Bill revealing back in two thousand twelve on CBS Sunday morning that he had Parkinson's disease. When mayor Bill de Blasio signs a Bill passed by city council this past week New Yorkers now no longer need, a doctor's note to change the gender on their birth certificates speaker Corey Johnson's Bill would allow a person to in the words of the measure self attest when switching the sex designation of his or her birth record to conform to their gender identity. And in addition the Bill loss allow individuals who don't identify exclusively as male or female to change the sex six-nation on their birth certificate to x and other categories speaker Johnson declared as he put it this will make New York birth certificates more inclusive, and we'll send a powerful signal to the world that New York government works for everyone at city hall, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio..

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