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"matt costa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:01 min | 8 months ago

"matt costa" Discussed on KCRW

"The this in town as well it was snowing I thank all you don't use well the space people should she sure yes you will you stop the full you know people should he he he brand new from DJ D. S. no trust a brand new single that something so so good B. B. Perrelli and kia Victoria featured on that one by D. J. D. S. no trust welcome to flavor from impetus ideals to close out the set still ahead of the JDS was brand new work by Roy Ayers Hey lover is a new single from the forthcoming album getting produced by Adrian young and crew Matt Costa has also returned with new music Avenal the latest in Chicano.

"matt costa" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

12:01 min | 9 months ago

"matt costa" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"Networks want to see kids TV quotas scrapped. So what shall we do about children's television? Joining me is someone who writes time from school to what on my TV. H afternoon it's the host of Classic Kids Game Show. Amazing it's James Sherry James Sherry. Thanks for jumping on the podcast with me. Look in this day night. It's an absolute pleasure to be doing something. That's not the Siamese yesterday. Yes on it's crazy. It's crazy YOU GOTTA. You got a couple of kids at time right. What's your family situations do? I have a have a wife and I have three children. One of one of my children has moved out of Heim. She's a grownup the altitude eight and six. And yes okay the. It six-year-old a time. And wearing the what would is. What do we call it self oscillation? Is it locked down around Steinhorn? Yeah Yeah it's it's a we turn to be alive really. I mean it's such a strange world and I guess it's only appropriate we talked about TV guessing alway kind of concealment moment right. Well it's a lot of what we're consuming. Can you imagine having to do this side? Twenty years ago I say twenty years as a random number before net flicks before stan before Disney plus before foxtel before digital channels. What would we do? We'd be going back to the old school. You Know Jigsaw Puzzles. As the prime minister mention and we'd be doing as we are always an applying monopoly We play we do leg the thing. I guess that people would know you for is your TV work particularly in the early nineties. But what are you up to now James Sherry now it's sort of the TV sort of live events so if you go to an I fell gun DMC. J. There's a very good chance that it's made producing the big screen. I'm one of the three produces for the I fell in Melbourne Cy Young. Mcg Big screen. I take care of that produce that I work as the host for international cricket And do bitter producing work For a production house angry chair and angry Taylor Week. Cover a whole range of stuff so we work. We did government contracts. We do stuff for schools. We do web videos for business that whole range of of really good stuff. Say I'm guessing that this whole whole curve in nineteen thing is then affected you and your work is is now. I felt all yeah hugely hugely. I'm off Bain at work essentially for a month now as as we're recording this but I'm not lying So it's not like I'm crying cereal every morning. Because what's the point where all in and you know just just try and figure out ways to get through it. Yeah but yet out of work out of work so I'm having a lot of quality family which is lovely and your and your joining me on the which is wonderful to what if I was working. We'll be able to do. This would be available for this right now. Who knows tonight? I'd give all the time out talking. Freelance is when there is work. You can work around it so you do like school. Drop off and then come away and they don't pick the boys up from school so I was able to. Do you know the parenting and working. Yes it is a really really nice work life balance that are had back in the good old days speaking. Look good old days. People know you from Saturday Disney and amazing the game show which I definitely race home from school to watch. But let's talk about Saturday Disney. Because you're one of the original hosts he started in nineteen ninety and it ended up costing for twenty six years on TV. How did you land that Gig? I was an actor or as a stage actor in Brisbane and our my agent rang me on dine. Said all this dishing for wombat which was the afternoon magazine. Show for kids It was like at four o'clock with Agra start yeah and and so addition for reporter for that shot so I went into addition and That was fine and then I got a call about a week lights. Hang all combat Spain axed but they WANNA have a look at you for another shot at looking at our on site just happened to be my birthday and went up to channel seven in Brisbane and did the audition and got a phone call like that afternoon saying yet. Can you go and organize a possible? Way needs a Tikey to America in two weeks to shoot some stories at the Disney parks and the rest was nuggets NBA in nineteen eighty nine. The rest as vice is historic. That's incredible and you did the show for a number of years. What are some of the moments that kind of stick in your mind as being pretty pretty great? Aw The the well I mean I haven't left the country. Prada getting GIG Saw Two weeks off to a bit night. My twenty second birthday multiplying to America are waiting so Disneyland Disney world in Florida Hollywood ally wow look around. Orlando all that sort of stuff. I guess the biggest holiday for me in the whole Saturday Disney journey was the year we went to the Kennedy Space Center so driving. And they've got one of the Satin rockets on it. Saw next rallied and you saw Dr Long past that and then we went through the security guides and we went into the big vehicle assembly building. A night had dumb. You know the big orange fuel tank from the from the shuttle at one of always Actually set up against the tree in there. And that was for the nick shuttle mission and we climbed the Gantry and how to look at that and we went out we cloned on the they call it the lock which is the giant machine that tallies the shuttle the rockets out to the launch pad. We went out to the launch pad. We drive out to the back of the spy center and I had the Shuttleworth. Just come back from one of the missions parked on the tarmac. Out The back so that you know whatever spice radiation whatever could evaporate from sort of in the quarantine area side to get that too and that was obviously prayed nonliving Security was completely different. Thing Beth thing yeah so I took to experience that was At something never forget in are really really special. Die Just one I A. We'd link that we have is. I ended up working as Saturday. Disney a longtime. After you were there I worked on that show for two years. Two thousand eight thousand nine the cartoons on back in the day. It had become a mix of cartoons and live action. There was a lot of Hannah Montana. A widely plice but there's also things like keen possible and impossible year. That kind of it was a weed con across. I've Ura and but the thing that stands out to me as far as your concerned is that I was there when Saturday Disney raped his one thousand episode and it was my job. One of many jobs was to put together a highlights. Package of thousand shows particularly looking back at the hosts and so I had this job for months of going through all these old. Vhs tapes of your time on the show. And I mean I was a fan of the show as a kid so I love doing this but it was so it was such a big job and actually I'd looked at this morning. Actually Watch the package on Youtube of all the hosts that I made. Isn't it incredible to think that a show like that lasted that long in and kept going for years after that? Yeah I think that talks more to the Disney brand growing up as a kid Sunday night. You'd sit down start off to the news and it was. It was Disney. And you'd hear the music the wish upon a star music you know. They were Cinderella's castle from from Disneyland in July and and the You know think about flying and Bang and by the time she hit the top of the castle you sitting down to watch whatever it is that the that Disney putting on that not the channel seven way putting on that not from from the Disney Company. Yes so that Disney sort of tradition with families in a straight everything for a very long gone and then that hole in Nineteen. The light eighties early nineties was that whole response period. We're mock laws and it came in and and you know. Turn the the business rack that we're looking like on broad And he turned to wrangle the animation studios back on track That Lavin excitement for the Disney brand. He's regenerated reinvigorated. It saw that. Say Tom so that the new generation could could get involved and now as I said. I think I mentioned that to you before Disney class. You know my kids sitting there watching that right now. You know what the new stuff the Disney putting it now so. I think I've always just had that really strong family vibe that my kids can sit and watch Disney stock on. It's going to be okay. Yeah Yeah I think I recall going through that footage that when when the show began. Was there a studio audience for Disney? Yeah Yeah we used to live at seven. Am Nine morning. Yeah yes so. We get up at five o'clock in the morning drawn up to Matt Costa. Go Into My Cup. Do some wool mops five minutes to seven. You're out on the floor getting ready. F- lamented you. Can't you down law across Australia seven? I am so not to w I that would that would turn it around. But it was law to to the East Coast. That's incredible because when by the time I started there. Were Shooting Free. Besides Day in a house you'd have to race it. I mean the the house itself when I was there. Was this kind of rectangle set in the. You have to move around. Every time I I in the race it would still take a lot of time to do a lot of if it put into it to these hosting links but nothing like doing a live show with an audience audience. Yes so with the law show The House was built so that you had the front with the varinder and everything and then during an ad bright so we were dumb we would start at the break and then jump off the sit on the floor crew would running and I would spin the house around on wheels spin it around. I would open up the to sort of flaps the become the side walls and Dean. I would set up the inside of the House. Now put all the furniture and stuff on that have to do that in three minutes. It was unbelievable. It was unbelievable. That's incredible now. I should mention too that I saw recently on the TV. Show hard quiz where you went on Tom. Gleeson show which. I amazed that you would have the bravery to do that. Anyone would have the brevity that and you'll see and your topic was not easy teens. Absolutely because the whole idea is to pick a topic that is kind of unique or difficult side that the other contestants can't steal steal your points yes because steals worth tens but yeah. That was so much fun. I love the show a sit and watch it regularly anyway and.

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"matt costa" Discussed on What If World

What If World

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"matt costa" Discussed on What If World

"Hey there folks welcome back to what if we're on the show where you're questions pins and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I'm Mr Eric your host. And today I'm joined by the host of one of my favorite storytelling podcasts casts. Mr Greg Eric. Is it okay if I call you Mr Greg I love it okay. Okay well Mr Greg is the host of the the Purple Rocket Podcast. They're great serialized stories. And he's going to tell you all about those at the end but I think we should probably just get right into a question. Let's do it. You'll our first question is from emily. Hello my name is emily. Lyle and I'm from Texas and I mean like my little and my question is why didn't thing in fact podcast thank you. I'll I hope I'm saying your name right. I you probably know. How am I going to be able to do a story about the my little pony property? Do you think probably not But we will do our best creatively incorporate your question Into our story. And I had one more friend who who liked UNICORNS thought Merck question would really mix in well with this story. So let's listen up to Beatrice Manning's via Nike and incline and what if Unicorn turned interruption Ishai and the Matt Costa came in didn't make in a foreign shy Okay Beatrice what. If did you hear that Mr Greg I did. I love that would've UNICORNS turned into rocks walks when they're shy and magic very came and didn't make the Unicorn shy great and now and then we also have one of aliens control bus. Like puppets it's heating. We can put them both together. Mr Greg I think we can then story as PD would say. I can't do as good. Could've voices as he does though..

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"matt costa" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"matt costa" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Listen to it on the way to work. Don't act nation welcome back to another daily are shorter yet for those of the short mm-hmm we were. We focus one time for a few minutes with interesting people this morning. Interesting person in question is dr arti bulker already. How are you doing. I'm doing great allan. Thank you so much for having me back. Yeah we gotta have you are sort of a fixture on the dental x podcast and like a barnacle that you can't thank you hard. It's hard we scraped and scraped and yet he's still here. It's amazing so he's got a course coming up. He's giving at cosmic this pretty exciting because i think the very first time i met you in person was at cosmonaut. Yeah i think we met at a one of jason's course yeah yeah. It was weird because you weren't you weren't taking the course course per se you might have been volunteering to like help with the hands on or something i yeah you might have been in chicago for something else and just came up for the i don't know it was it was pretty pretty. Crazy 'cause like one minute. I'm watching jason lecture next minute. I'm looking out that glass door that they have and there's a dude whose face i've seen a lot of times on the interwebs but i hadn't actually seen in person so there it was it was a great time plus. I hurdle you guys. Were coming so i wanted to see jason. Matt kosta yeah was there. You were there. They were all. Was there everyone everyone was there. The gang was there man. We're getting the band back together. I had a big big case. I guess a foremost i had to just get over. I was giving a course <hes> near the airport but i took the train in which it was an interesting experience all on its own especially a guy from new york it was it was kinda fun but anyway great to to to run into everyone there so that's actually the first time we met in person. Who's the trip okay so. Let's just talk a little bit about okay there. The qazvin and the center for excellence is basically the classroom in the sky overlooking looking michigan avenue in chicago and i've talked about it a million times. I literally when we were in chicago for spring. Break this year with my kids. I took them up to cosmic because it's such a great view in like that. My kids had never seen tall buildings like that before and i'm like well you know what tall buildings can we have them. Look out of await cosmonaut. It has a tall building with a great window so literally took our kids up to carbon and got a chance to look out the windows and stuff. I know as as already secure easy impressed clearly you're easily impressed but <hes> it was awesome. I love the cosmetics a really cool classroom and now you get to be the guy in the front of the classroom. Tell me a little that yeah so it's a it's pretty exciting. It's my first official course at the center for aesthetic excellence <hes>. I've been a proctor for few courses. I actually did a course with cosma dent at the a. c. D. months back down <hes> a great group as you. You know a great group to be with and tasso asthma and is like figures wildly importantly at the a c._d. So yeah absolutely so i'm i'm. I'm very much looking forward to this course. It's a it's a it's a good course in that. It's what we call a level one course and there's a few even these really really great clinicians who are doing level one courses <hes> dennis hartley is going to be doing level one of course <hes> with buddy mapra. Matt costa's going to be doing one. I think even corky wilhite the height is doing one and the sort of the philosophy if you will behind the level one courses. Is that it i mean. I love doing direct composite. Is it to me. That's that's definitely my passion procedure. If you will <hes> but i remember when i started i would see all these these beautiful works and things like that and see how how do you do that so there would always be a lot of trepidation or even better. How about this one. You're at lunch all of a sudden. You've got a phone call. Well you know mrs johnson fell cracked tooth number nine <hes> and she needs something because she has to go to her. Granddaughter's graduation exactly it's always something like oh always elway's in forty minutes right right and and and you have to do it and there is no you know you can't are we'll bring you back. We'll impress. You'll have the lab wax. Whacks you up for a crown. You have to do something immediately <hes> and so you know you. You pucker a little bit right. You know you get that little of right at the pit of your stomach and i remember that feeling and the the point of these courses is to set you up for success so that kind of if especially if you're interested in it and you really kind of have a a a desire to learn it <hes> what we do is we try to take you from the very very foundational aspects of things like like a smile design of things like color theory shape portion of all those things were want to to make it so that if you're a beginner and you're really very inexperienced this will lay a good foundation for the level two and level three courses that cosmic since <hes> c. ee offers but also if you're kind of an experienced practitioner and you wanna come to basics and then kind of take those basics to a more advanced technique. That's <hes> going to the kind. Of course i think for you. It sounds to me like you. I mean the the rationale or the the schedule has hands on that that goes goes from basic <hes> single single tooth or i'm sorry single shade veneers like a honestly in my office. That's probably the most common knbr cosmetic procedure. I'm doing a lot of times. It's it's the person who's actually got quite a bit of decay in the interior and they want their teeth. Look nicer and word we're not trying to do. Do you know layering in halos in that sort of thing. We're really trying to make their teeth at brown. Look white kind of thing in your starting. You're starting kind of with that and then you actually even by the time the courses over you will have done some later and you will have done some. Some multiple shade veneers that sort of thing i it's. I mean it's which is awesome. You're in it's all interior. There's no fear in this courses all interior right so you get to kind of focusing on the nitty gritty of smile stuff rather than try to because a lot of times it cosmic. They're covering a lot the ground this is interior only and it's for people who just want to up their interior direct composite skills whether they've got a lot of experience. We're not very much experience right so you made a great point about that single shade composite veneer because <hes> i've done some demos just kind of teasers for the course and a lot of people said that that looks really nice but i wouldn't do that in my practice but what i hope to single shaded veneers they're absolutely probably the beden bread-and-butter if you will of of kind of my direct work but there are ways especially with sort of the the the stable of products what's that cosmic has available to if you want to enhance very easily the <hes> sort of the the aesthetic effect of your restorations we can do that so basically the my thought was to start with a single shade because we wanna learn things like shape especially. We're going to do an exercise on on the single central <hes> which is everybody's favorite the one yeah but everybody's it's really funny. I was thinking about this earlier this morning for we talked like there are are so many situations indirect composite that are the the nightmare like the single shade like the single central as the classic one or the or the poster to where you really have to reach contact in your mind. You're like oh. That's really rare. It's not rare. It's the heartbeat but it's not it happens all the time it absolutely and the other is if you're going to try and do a crown on that single central good free and lock good luck. It is what i always do. Just blame the lab so hold on. I'm sorry didn't work. The lab messed it up there. You can blame the lab but the you know you're still there still wearing a temporary temporary for a long time. That's the best because you always make the temporary look awesome and then the the central. The single crown comes back and it looks like a nightmare so i always say direct composite. How's your better bet because you just have more control over at chair side right and.

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