Aired 1 year ago 8:41
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Aired 1 year ago 52:35
132: Rupert Hughes's Women (The Seduced, Episode 1)
In the new book Seduction: Sex, Lies and Stardom in Howard Hughesâ€™s Hollywood, Karina Longworth explores the lives and careers of over a dozen actresses who were involved, professionally and/or personally, with Howard Hughes. Inspired by the You Must Remember This episodes on â€œThe Many Loves of Howard Hughesâ€ produced in 2014-2015, the book goes in depth, with much new research, into the stories of stars like Jean Harlow, Ginger Rogers, Ida Lupino, Jane Russell and many more. In this short series of You Must Remember This, weâ€™ll discuss some of the women who serve as peripheral characters in Seduction: four actresses who were briefly seduced by Hughes, either professionally or romantically, and one writer whose travails in Hollywood during the Hughes era speak to the conflicted female experience behind the camera in 20th century Hollywood. Weâ€™ll begin the season by talking about the complicated, intermingled romantic and professional relationships of Howardâ€™s uncle, Rupert Hughes, who paved the way for his nephew as a Hollywood figure known for his colorful history with women.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aired 1 year ago 58:19
Amanpour: Alexis Bloom, Alisyn Camerota, Paul Simon and Casey Gerald
Alexis Bloom, the Director of "Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes" and Alisyn Camerota, the New Day anchor and former Fox News Host join Christiane Amanpour to discuss the documentary about Roger Ailes, the Chairman of Fox and his history of alleged sexual harassment. Paul Simon talks about his work as half of the world-famous Simon and Garfunkel, his following solo career and now taking a break from songwriting. Our Hari Sreeenivasan talks to Casey Gerald about his new book, "There WIll Be No Miracles Here." via Knit
Aired 1 year ago 18:30
101 - What if Cthunkle did his show "What Is World" and interviewed Mr. Eric?
Cthunkle hosts this unusual episode. Could this be the end of What If World? Not if the next president and their new cabinet have anything to do with it! Lessons include: Handling disappointment is a really important skill for kids and grown-ups to practice; itâ€™s important to make your voice heard, even if you donâ€™t get your way. What If World will have a LIVE show and workshop at the DTLA Mini Maker Faire, Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 10 AM â€“ 4 PM at the Los Angeles Central Library. Itâ€™s a free event but there is limited space in the storytelling workshops, which will start shortly after the event begins, and end at about noon. Join Our Patreon to Hear Archived Stories! We can only host 100 episodes on our feed, but your unique Patreon feed lets you access our entire backlog! Patron eps are always ad-free & released early, with higher quality audio. Kids can also get a shout out on the show from their favorite character, bonus stories, snail mail from Mr. Eric, and a much better chance of having their question turned into a story! What If World is made by Eric Oâ€™Keeffe with help from Karen Marshall O'Keeffe. Our theme song is by Craig Martinson and our podcast art is by Jason Oâ€™Keefe.