17 Burst results for "Marcia Gay Harden"

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Angry lonely tire don't make a decision or start a fight fewer any one of those things they have their fight they step away and then it's Diane Keaton that takes convincing because her neuroses pushes her to think that everything's over but the two women who were the maddest who actually express their anger resolves the conflict right and brought it back around a dying in this way that works in Goldie Hawn getting being sober is a little easily handled. She looks at a large bottle and she's like Carlo Rossi wine. Which is what you look at the decision to get sober the holy empty gallon of Carlo Rossi? That's dark moment but it is that you'd never be empty. You should by live in your house after your drink two glasses of it and be like known. I'm not doing this to myself but yes she just does get sober. She vacuums with a hangover one time and is like you know what I'm put down too much yeah they do glaze but as far as like as realistic as a movie of the genres ever GonNa get for like showing like a group of friends being mad at each other seeing like we never get to see like what friend and breakup are like because they're still no societal rules for them other than just ghosting painful and and then yeah like seeing a comeback together and it takes them Tom in its nuys and you're like Oh. This is so I I liked. It seems like all the attention that existed between them since the first scene was aired out and resolved felt healthy. It does do the thing where like that's exactly the time in a movie structure correct if I'm wrong. I don't know if anybody here is study screening but if anybody has doesn't ring a bell but it's it's all too rosy and you've already seen seeds planted weed seeds planted in the garden that are going to have to get pulled out <hes> and it's satisfying trying to watch them grow because you see it from the beginning in a fight right at the end act to and then they do and it's perfect because it just this movie's just a bunch of pretty little bows everything ties up real nice it happens. You know it's great. I think seen pays off really really well. I really yeah that was like one of my favorite. It's the performances to not just the line the tensions really there between them until they blow it all up and then their friendship afterwards sweeter and it's funny that goals in Bette midler throwing the Golden Globe was so lie throwing a Golden Globe in response in fact so good. It's it's incredible. I really really enjoyed that yeah another thing about the arc with Anne and her mom with with anti in her mom in the beginning and he's like what if I find somebody else like it's possible because she's like you know Diane Keaton contemplating contemplating whether or not to try to make things work with her husband Aaron Karen and she's like well. You know I don't know what if I find someone else it's possible and then her mom says you're forty six. You have a better chance of being slaughtered by psychopath same bad statistic from sleepless in Seattle except they end sleepless Seattle say that the statistic justice is incorrect <hes> yeah another another choice quote and this is all presented as we know that the mom is being too much and it's not presented as like what she's saying is correct but she knows you're married. You're a happy you have a daughter. You don't need self esteem you Catherine. I you need to see the therapist right to go see Marcia Gay Harden who by the way there's like this really bizarre like male gays shot when we first see Marcia Gay Harden Scherzer were linked the camera just like hovers on her like pelvis for Awhile Thi- show and then it tilt up to her face but it's like okay so there was a male cinematographer on this movie movie anyway. It's how you know from the first introduction of that psychiatrist. That's who were husband is fucking..

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"While you were writing this book, you ask your mom, what do you want your legacy to be? And she said, my children might travel and flowers. Yes, it's the essence of my mom doesn't sit 'n helping people. How would you? How would you answer that. Legacy. I thought about that. Oh, I've thought about it. Sort of sporadically in that actors must have had a desire for a legacy long before it entered the conscious part of the brain on some level because we know that we leave a legacy in in our work in our in film. You know, there's a tangible legacy for me. I, I don't think about the the gifts I wanna leave so to speak because there's sort of an emotional legacy in a spiritual legacy, and then there's like hard core things. And what I will say is that when when mom was diagnosed, it was hard on all of us, the siblings, it was hard on all of us, and there's a lot of. Duties that we had to take up that you really wanted your parents to have done. So I know for Mike has like, well, guys, I don't want you to have to go through all my stuff and figure out what's important, what's not. I don't need to have to figure out who gets this or that or another, and I definitely don't want to leave. Any of the, I just don't wanna leave the properties and things in in a in a mess. So I went ahead and got every I got a lot of things in order so that if anything did happen to me that my kids wouldn't have to make a lot of decisions, even simple things like, you know, if I'm not remembering who you are and if or if you have to take care of me and money's low, go ahead, put me in a home. I'm not going to be upset about that. I don't want them to make promises to take care of me forever. If they can't do it Marcia gay harden, it's been really lovely to talk to you about this. Thank you for that done. Are we down on that note? My kids can kick me out to a nursing home. Around leave it all your your kids and Marcia gay harden, and found her way to Canada your kids interview. They said, can you get on the line and gives eve, I can get mom and do a home that it'd be great. That's why we have it. You know, you have not in writing, but we have it on on Canadian public radio. That's it. No, we're not gonna end that here. Typically after every interview we play a song and there's so much music, especially with the music related to your mom in in your book, is there a song your mom would want us to play on the way out of this interview? My mother's favorite song is blue skies. Small and it may. But the song that I end the book with is everything must change. It's a beautiful song and it I ended with her flying in the clouds, kind of Tony Kushner's, angels, angels in America was my image of my mother being part of the healing of all of us in the universe that my mother's a part of that with her beauty, Russia gate heard much better in the interview. I think. Thank you. Thank you so much speaking to me. I really appreciate it. Thank is of the tone, raced Russia. Gay hardens. New book is called the seasons of my mother, a memoir of love, family and flowers. She join me from Santa Monica, California..

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"The thing I found most interesting about the audiobooks ever Lucien over the decades is that suddenly gaining respect that didn't have in the early years. I've seen a tipping point in the last two years where everybody seems for the open minded to this form of entertainment on audiobooks. In many cases have equal standing literature that was not true few decades ago when audiobooks were dismissed as a cheat a shortcut or even what's been called Kentucky Fried literature. I think the most important contribution that books of Maine to our culture is just to remind us to pay attention to the sounds of words. It's very easy. When you're reading a book, just skim along, skip over words. You don't know how to pronounce, whereas audiobooks really make you pay attention to a different side of language. I've often listened to books. I've read a dozen times print and I always hear something new. My name is Matthew Rubery and you're listening to q.. Thank you. Matthew. Matthew Rubery is a professor of modern literature at Queen Mary university of London in the UK, and he's also the author of the untold story of the talking book and it's out now. Now the next time you're watching an award show new, catch the red carpet interviews with the big stars right off the top. See if you can spot who they came with. The not famous person on the sidelines, there's a good chance. It's their mother or their brother or a partner. Somebody who probably never be nominated, but who played a huge role in the life of the actor who is Marcia gay harden has walked that red carpet, a number of times and almost every time with her mother. Beverly smiling proudly a little off to the side. Beverly has been there for all her daughters, big moments, including when she won an Oscar back in two thousand for her role in the film Pollock Marcia gay harden has taken on a lot of new roles since then on TV and film on Broadway. But these days real life role as a daughter has become one of the most important. Her mother. Beverly has been living with Alzheimer's for the past few years, and. As you're about to hear, Marcia wants to make sure her mother isn't just known or remembered for her disease. She takes you through some of the best stories about Beverly harden in her new memoir the seasons of my mother, and she even opened up about a few of them from studio in California, starting with one of her biggest nights at an award show, here's Marcia gay harden with q. host, Tom power. What was your parents reaction when you off here in the room? Right. My dad is a very staunch military, naval captain, and my mother is proper Dallas lady, and they were sitting back a couple seats for me and my father parents, as I was walking up, the stage stood up and he put his arms above his head and began yelling Moore. Clapping his hands and yelling, Bravo. I was up there and you know, it's a big audience and I kind of looked around to try to figure out where they were, and it wasn't hard to find him because they'd been behind me and there he was sending feeling Bravo and making pleased your God don't let Scorsese or Spielberg sitting behind him because he would not sit down. My mom said she kept tugging at him. And finally the people behind him head to say, police, Dallas. Yelling, Bravo, and I could see that she was crying and I think they were just, of course, just so proud. Were they comfortable with go into these Hollywood things? My mom loved it. She absolutely adored it..

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"While you're writing this book, you mom, what do you want your legacy to be as she said, my children might travel and flowers. Yes, it's the essence of my mom doesn't sit 'n helping people. How would you? How would you answer that. My legacy. I thought about that. Oh, I've thought about it. Sort of sporadically in that actors must have had a desire for a legacy long before it entered the conscious part of the brain on some level because we know that we leave a legacy in in our work in our in film. You know, there's a tangible legacy for me. I, I don't think about the the gifts I wanna leave so to speak because there's sort of an emotional legacy in a spiritual legacy, and then there's like hard core things. And what I will say is that when when mom was diagnosed, it was hard on all of the siblings. It was hard on all of us, and there's a lot of. Duties that we had to take up that you really wanted your parents to have done. So I know for Mike has like, well, guys, I don't want you to have to go through all my stuff and figure out what's important, what's not. I don't need have to figure out who gets this or that or another, and I definitely don't want to leave. Any of the, I just don't wanna leave the properties in things in a in a in a mess. So I went ahead and got every I got a lot of things in order so that if anything did happen to me that my kids wouldn't have to make a lot of decisions, even simple things like, you know, if I'm not remembering who you are and if or if you have to take care of me and money's low, go ahead, put me in a home. I'm not going to be upset about that. I don't want them to make promises to take care of me forever. If they can't do it Marcia gay harden, it's been really lovely to talk to you about this. Thank you for that done. Are we done? Is that on that note, my kids can kick me out to a nursing home. Leave it all your your kids and Marcia gay harden found wage earners in Canada or kids interview. Can you get on the line and gay? See if I can get mom and do a home, that'd it'd be great. Right? We have it in, you know. You know, you have not in writing, but we have it on on Canadian public radio. That's it. No, we're not gonna end that here. Typically after every interview we play a song and there's so much music, especially with music related to your mom in in your book, is there a song your mom would want us to play on the way to this interview? My mother's favorite song is blue skies mismile in at me. But the song that I end the book with is everything must change. It's a beautiful song and it I ended with her flying in the clouds, kind of Tony Kushner's, angels, angels in America was my image of my mother being part of the healing of all of us in the universe that my mother's a part of that with her beauty, Russia gate heard too much better way to in the interview. I think. Thank you. Thank you so much speaking to me. I really appreciate it. Thank you of the race. Russia gate hardens. New book is called the seasons of my mother, a memoir of love, family and flowers. She join me from Santa Monica, California. Everything..

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Now the next time you're watching award show new, catch the red carpet interviews with the big stars right off the top. See if you can spot who they came with. The not famous person on the sidelines, there's a good chance. It's their mother or their brother or a partner. Somebody who probably never be nominated, but who played a huge role in the life of the actor who is Marcia gay harden has walked that red carpet, a number of times and almost every time with her mother. Beverly smiling proudly a little off to the side. Beverly has been there for all her daughters, big moments, including when she won an Oscar back in two thousand for her role in the film Pollock Marcia gay harden has taken on a lot of new roles since then on TV and film on Broadway. But these days real life role as a daughter has become one of the most important. Her mother Beverly has been living with Alzheimer's for the past few years. And as you're about to hear, Marcia wants to make. Sure. Her mother isn't just known or remembered for her disease. She takes you through some of the best stories about Beverly harden in her new memoir the seasons of my mother, and she even opened up about a few of them from studio in California, starting with one of her biggest nights at an award show, here's Marcia gay harden with q. host, Tom power. What was your parents reaction when you win that here in the room? Right. My dad is a very staunch military, naval captain, and my mother is proper Dallas lady, and they were sitting back a couple of seats for me and my father parents, as I was walking up, the stage stood up and he put his arms above his head and began yelling Murrah. He was clapping his hands and yelling, Bravo. I was up there and it's a big audience and I kind of looked around to try to figure out where they were and it wasn't hard to find him because they'd been behind me and there he was standing appealing Bravo and making pleased your God don't let Scorsese or Spielberg sitting behind him because he would not sit down. My mom said she kept tugging at him. And finally, the people behind him head is a police it down, sir. Yelling, Bravo, and I could see that she was crying and I think they were just, of course, just so proud. Were they comfortable with going to these Hollywood things? My mom loved it. She absolutely adored it. My dad, you know, I don't know if I'm allowed to curse on on this show, but his he's, he was a curse her and I'll just say it was a GED some Ricchiuto, but he would say in full and he sure as hell didn't wanna go. But mom loved them. She would get to be pampered with me, have her hair and makeup done. People would pick out clothing for her. She would go and get to meet famous people in, you know, very quietly, tell him how much she admired them and people are always suite two moms because everybody's got one. Who would you talk to. Well, she would talk like to Meryl Streep. Yeah. Hi, where here we are in the park, I'm doing a play in moms there for the opening night and hi Meryl marshes, mom, and she would talk to Merrill their Clint Eastwood or Ed Harris, or you know, Shirley MacLaine or anybody, but they're always nice because everyone's got a mom and everyone figures that he, their mom helped them get where they were. So they sort of embraced them in an instance miliary, which is lovely. You write in your book about your mom, helping you through.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the left they're not famous person who might be after their side there's a good chance that it's their mom or their brother or their partner someone will probably never be nominated themselves but played a huge role in the life of the actor who is marcia gay harden has walked that red carpet plenty of times before and almost every time her mother beverly has been that person smiling proudly a little off to the side beverly has been there for oliver daughters big moments including this one i academy award nomination for marcia gay harden marcia gay harden won that oscar back in two thousand for her role in the film pollock she's taken on lots of new roles since then on tv in film on stage for these days her real life role as a daughter has become one of the most important her mom beverly has been living with alzheimer's for the past few years and as you're about to hear marcia wants to make sure her mother isn't just known or remembered for her disease she takes you through some of the best stories about beverly hardening her new memoir the seasons of my mother and she opened up about a few of them from studio in california starting with one of her biggest nights at a certain award show marcia gay harden welcome to q that was the nicest introduction i've ever heard i have to say what we know we we try our best my dad is a very staunch military naval captain and my mother is a proper dallas lady and they were sitting back a couple of seats for me and my father apparently as i was walking up the stage stood up and he put his arms above his head and began yelling moore and he was clapping his hands and yelling bravo and i was up there and it's a big audience and i kind of looked around to try to figure out where they were and it wasn't hard to find him because they'd been behind me and there he was sending appealing bravo making pleased your god don't let scorsese or spielberg sitting behind him because he would not sit down my mom said she kept tugging at him and finally the people behind him head to say police it down sir yelling bravo and i could see that she was crying and i.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Best boxes of it yeah it's beautiful if you're just tuning in you're listening to q marcia gay harden is my guess she's an oscar and tony award winning actor whose biggest fame is your mom favorably today marcia is opening up about beverly struck with alzheimer's but more about why she wants mum's legacy to be more about her life than just her disease so i wanna fast forward to the early nineties your mom comes to visit you on the set of this movie called the spitfire grill time expand this into a national chain of restaurants does you marcia gay harden playing doesn't sound like me at all does it no i was going to say it was talking to you i was like did we get the clip you but it is that's you yeah it's a up we're pretending like we're in maine so we have main accents and mom came to visit me on that set which was really a profound visit because it was sort of mother's day but i had just fallen in love and i will say that my mother i was maybe thirty six years old so literally you know i was like an old italian widow with a cane as far as everyone else's concern and i'd fallen in love it she was very excited for me and i had to share sort of manipulate you know how it is when you're you're with your mom who's your best friend but you're also with the person that you're in love with there's this balance and you have to kind of you wanna give both in your best but you only have so much and fortunately for me three of us became a kind of a triangle and extra in the film as well and she get in there she was she was in the church scene you can see your she loved my gosh she loved being in the scene she loved.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Yeah it's beautiful if you're just tuning in you're listening to q marcia gay harden his guess she's an oscar and tony award winning actor whose biggest fame is your mom they've really today march is opening up about beverly struck with alzheimer's but more about why she wants mum's legacy to be more about her life than just her disease so i wanna fast forward to the early nineties your mom comes to visit you on the set of this movie called the spitfire grill time expand this into a national chain of restaurants does you marcia gay harden playing doesn't sound like me at all does it no i was going to say it was talking to you i was like did we get the clip you but it is that's you yeah it's a up we're pretending like we're in maine so we have main accents and mom came to visit me on that set which was really a profound visit because it was sort of mother's day but i had just fallen in love and i will say that my mother i was maybe thirty six years old so literally you know i was like an old italian widow with a cane as far as everyone else's concern and i'd fallen in love it she's very excited for me and i had to share sort of manipulate you know how it is when you're you're with your mom who's your best friend but you're also with the person that you're in love with there's this balance and you have to kind of you wanna give both in your best but you only have so much and fortunately for me three of us became a kind of a triangle and extra in the film as well and she get in there she was she was in the church scene you can see your so she loved oh my gosh she loved being in the scene she loved.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Sexual misconduct against him at lesley nicol is in studio from downton abbey i don't watch downton abbey and i think i did a pretty good job pretending i did have honest i think i did a pretty good job dinning i did and then chuck politic who you might knows the guy who wrote fight club we'll say more serious minded conversation with chuck i i had to work pretty hard during it our producer chris who produced it worked very very hard on it as everybody on the show does and i'm really curious as to what you think about us a please let me know all right show starts now next time you're watching an awards show the catch the red carpet interviews but the big stars right off the top seaview can spot someone to the left they're not famous person who might be off to the side there's a good chance that it's their mom or their brother or their partner someone will probably never be nominated themselves but played a huge role in the life of the actor who is marcia gay harden has walked that red carpet plenty of times before and almost every time her mother beverly has been that person smiling proudly a little off to the side beverly has been there for all of our daughters big moments including this one award and nomination for marcia gay harden marcia gay harden won that oscar back in two thousand for her role in the film pollick she's taken on lots of new roles since then on tv in film on stage but these days her real life role as a daughter has become one of the most important her mom beverly has been living with alzheimer's for the past few years and as you're about to hear marcia wants to make sure her mother isn't just known or remembered for her disease she takes you through some of the best stories about beverly harden into new memoir the seasons of my mother and she opened up about a few them from studio in california starting with one of her biggest nights at a certain award show.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experience books in a whole new way we're stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more next time you're watching an awards show if you catch the red carpet interviews with the big stars right off the top seaview can spot someone to the left they're not famous person who might be off to their side there's a good chance that it's their mom or their brother or their partner someone will probably never be nominated themselves but played a huge role in the life of the actor who is marcia gay harden has walked that red carpet plenty of times before and almost every time her mother beverly has been that person smiling proudly a little off to the side beverly has been there for all of our daughters big moments including this one award and nomination for marcia gay harden marcia gay harden won that oscar back in two thousand for her role in the film pollick she's taken on lots of new roles since then on tv in film on stage but these days her real life role as a daughter has become one of the most important her mom beverly has been living with alzheimer's for the past few years and as you're about to hear marcia wants to make sure her mother isn't just known or remembered for her disease she takes you through some of the best stories about beverly harden in her new memoir the seasons of my mother and she opened up about a few them from studio in california starting with one of her biggest nights at a certain award show.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experience books in a whole new way we're stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more hey how are you it is friday may eleventh this is the podcast version of q the cbc radio show how do i put this today is a very interesting show right off the bat marcia gay harden academy award winning actor who is here to talk not really about yourself but to talk about you know when you watch the red carpet like the red carpet before the oscars in you watch scarlett johansson get interviewed and she's you know it's such a pleasure to be in the film i don't know what she doesn't talk like that but next to her is somebody probably a partner brother or more often than not apparent saying that we should pay more attention to that person will help get her there and she does that through the reflecting on her own mother is one of my favorite i i really liked it the cute team really loved it and and i'm really excited for you to here i think you're gonna like it too angelina whale and in campo are here to talk a little bit about the spotify news where they're taking our kelly off of their editorial playlists essentially in order to find r kelly's music you need to be able to you just need to search for it you won't be easily accessible to you after allegations of.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"Okay are there are a couple reasons why you can wear sunglasses the mainstream i will allow that your eyes had been fucking dilated by it optometrist's and bitch my thoughts are with you because that can be concerning at the other four this is what we only know what you want or the other four gould who boots google it boots guys please welcome burns saxon candles the company took check yes tape tech are we doing the troll ball what are you all think trouble talk here we go so i'm picking and okay all right your i don't think so honey is on a hard are use the military wear who that is i don't i mean people don't know people in the marcia gay harden as you know what we're gonna do another one because marcia gay harden she she got silence from you guys and that's okay this is a good one your i don't think so hummy is obama's maria and sasa book your time starts now i don't think so how do h paul i will do disrespect moley not today i believe it i believe that made black i don't think so.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"When the patients outnumber the resources it's call code black vinyl wood l'abri working to free academy award winner marcia gay harden and rob lowe it with numerous he and black cbs wednesday or stream it live or on demand sunday morning on cbs the morning i jane paul a go to the ends of the earth this is exciting you've never seen anything like it and reach for the stars say this verdict pretty look through a telescope at gold evident experienced thought provoking innovative and truly original reporting because there is always something new under the sun on cbs sunday morning my name is tom thornton in my name is cindy thornton we've been married thirty eight years were retired and this is how we live united we play golf then we travel but we also decided we were going to give to inbound tear with united way at our community free health clinic i do the nursing at the clinic i work the front office checking and patients breeding them making them feel comfortable united way is how we contribute because we know our time and many are going to the right places the places that need it most and implemented best judging by the thank you as we get a clinic i'd say we're doing the right thing with our retirement to we even get a few blast shoes but new credible were thomason defeated and we volunteered our community free health clinic so we don't just wear the shirt we levitt give advocate volunteer live united go to liveunited dot org brought to you by united way and ad council.

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"marcia gay harden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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