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"mr moriarty" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:12 min | 8 months ago

"mr moriarty" Discussed on Car Talk

"And even the listeners wonder whether they've got some kind of weird one hour virus whenever they hear us saying this is npr for this podcast and the following message. Come from the university of virginia darden school of business through darden signature. Approach to teaching and learning you will gain skills to make an impact as a purpose driven leader at darden facilities and roslyn professionals can earn an mba or ms ba or take executive education programs while continuing to work learn more about darden's full variety of program offerings visit darden dot virginia dot edu slash npr support for npr and the following message. Come from better. Help offering online counseling better. Health therapist has joe explains the importance of creating a safe space for therapy. I can't tell you how many times i've had clients that. Say that expression like. I've never told that to anybody. That's when i know. I've made some kind of momentous move with this person. They feel safe enough to expose that part of themselves and doing that together with somebody else can be very powerful to get matched with a counselor within forty eight hours and save ten percent. Go to better help dot com slash car talk. We live in a world a country and a moment in time. Were there so much important news and it is constantly changing. That's why up. I is here for you. It's npr's daily morning news. Podcast in about ten minutes. You can start your day informed. Listen to up first on the npr one app. Or wherever you get your podcasts back. You're listening to car talk with us. Click and clack the tapper brothers and we talk about cars car repair and thirties wasting perfectly good hours now. This week we've asked you via social and elsewhere to tell us what moments mall stuck with you or as we put it. We're least intolerable. And a number of you asked to hear from a guy who appeared several times over the years repeatedly evading. Our call screeners. Somehow i don't know how we did it. Here is five five. Hello you're on car. Talk this is daniel in the hudson valley new york state. Yes daniel and the hudson valley. This is a familiar siding. Daniel daniel pink one of the famous daniel pinquater of npr and book fame. Same say the one and only one and only now you may recall. We've spoken previously. I've course i recall it was right. After you published fish whistle once we discussed my theory of displaced misery. I remember that when regarding pujol's straw physician that if you own a french car no further ill luck. Can before you pre-disaster right after that you you assisted me. Abeille in the case of the mysterious flashing dashboard in the car. I purchased from five brothers all named mike five case of the fi conan doyle mystery. What's the next chapter daniel. I have the next chapter for. This is a problem that i've actually solved it is. It's well known that i am circumference challenged. You told us that and it is a cruel fast that even if you've been fat all your life you still get middle aged spread on top at insult. Injury solta yes. Yeah well this resulted in my having difficulty gracefully entering and exiting my car civic was not the right path. Run at it. The grease up your body running the store greece wheel. They're going to swim the english channel. I'm gonna to get the corner. Milk wasn't the worst in a parking lot. I would draw a crowd now. You can't get a running start getting out. No no yeah. So i decided i had to find something that was rotunda accessible all right. Yeah so i began checking out various vehicles and my experiences were well. They were painful. In many cases can report. For example that the the nissan altima is not for the no diametrically disadvantage smoke in the room to be kept in there so i found a nineteen eighty five. Bmw seven. Thirty five. I this is about as big as bmw's get doors like a church. That is the conflict you by looking at the car along comes a man a mr moriarty professor moriarty and says you know we can get you in this car with no trouble. I said that's what i hope so. We did. Some trial entrances. I was able to gracefully. Enter and seat myself so now. I wanted the car very much. This car is got a seat memory. Press the button and the electric seat will adjust itself to the position. It remembers in the case of this car from his first older. Yeah who was the guy. I recognize him if i saw. He's got a nineteen inch in seen like a guerilla. So i had plenty of time to read my owner's manual. I have it before me On page three dash stroke. Oh seven a sitting ski rack technical modifications and keeping fit and i read from manual. Stop the car at intervals. Thri a few of the gymnastic exercises. We have outlined for you following. This is on your way to the slopes on occasionally and you do the exercise on pages. Three dash oh eight. This be keeping fit. We have a dozen diagrams which include one swinging z. All spending forum three zo hula-hoop movement titans bending oversaw racist number. Four number five is raising up which we won't go into that one. Bill de bends fifteen jumping jacks. So have you tried all these course of course page three dash ten stroke see an important contribution to journey. Fitness is made by kurt nutrition. This is an oldest manual that you stay fit from not eat greasy cheeseburgers. You really fresh fruit chris. Well you don't need time. Car actually lost a lot of weight and also nice saturn. Gee i don't my owners. Manuals never had this level of detail. Now you know i got a hold of a owners manual for a five series. Bmw already a pretty classy car. This there is nothing about calisthenics. There's nothing about the right crisp and the fresh vegetables. This is only for the elite. Were you know why. I mean they make so much money on these cars. They want to make sure that you live long enough to buy many of them or at least to finish the payments on the one. You're incorrigible wise guy..

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"mr moriarty" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"mr moriarty" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He retired. who did he play for chicago. Comes i think briefly before eating and that the new york islanders and then the longest time was for the detroit tigers. So and we're talking at says nineteen o three here to nine thousand nine hundred forty so as a young boy in detroit. Did you get to go watch. Well you would've gone to watch grandpa play. But did you watch him. Manage orc did you. Did you ever see him out on the field. No and then never saw that and he he would visit instated in our home and i was os. Young goes in all of my great well. He's my great grandfather but he's only my grandfather but he's obviously a great human being ahead. An early age encounter celebrity. Who how to carry issue liberty. What do you mean what do you mean. By that way. It didn't go all the elliott khazanah's yeah what do you mean like heritage celebrity. Well how did he. How did he carry well with the kind of strong hillary very male very confident and so yes. I think you've seen people who carry their celebrity will mean are you could name a few then. They are a them royalty inning. Some of them are in great stars and other huge and rather impressive president and those who don't carry them shows where well that that's not a very good I would imagine. I avoid politics jukebox. I would think these days we might be thinking of tom. Hanks george clooney that that type there you go. Tom hanks excellent choice. I saw celeb- who carried himself. Well just this morning. When i'm shaving but but how dare you let me plug. Moriarty's movie. gunfight at dry river is the name of the movie it's available now on demand and all digital platforms as well mr moriarty. Thank you for joining us.

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"mr moriarty" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

09:38 min | 9 months ago

"mr moriarty" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

"Entered the room he appeared at me with great. Curiosity then smiled at me and said you don't know me do you. Don't know me do you on the contrary. I know exactly who you are. Well then if you know who. I am then you know why. I'm here oh. I know why you're here and you know i know why you're here with any of you know that. I know that you know why i'm here. Then you must know that. I know that you know that. I know that you know why i'm here. Yes i know look. I didn't come here for weedy band. I'm sorry were you being woody. Look i came here to tell you that. I'm quite sure a smart man like yourself could see that if you think you're smart enough to bring destruction upon me. I'm smart enough to do the same to you. Paid me several. Compliments mr moriarty. Let me pay you on in return. When i say that a man smart to see how smart i am is surely smart enough to know that i'm smart enough to outsmart one as smart as you. You think you're so smart. Don't you I get by. But you haven't seen the last me sherlock holmes that he left my office dear me. You can see the great danger. I'm in watson. is this reason. I'm wondering if you'll come away with me to switzerland until three days have passed and moriarty is in custody of course homes. You can count on me to help you with this case. No need watson you see. It's got a padded handle and detachable shoulder strap not that case the moriarty case right. I'll meet you at the station in an hour. Just wish i knew which sherlock holmes story this was sir arthur conan. Doyle wrote show many of them. It's hard to keep on street and talk to floyd hurriedly prepares to leave. We must take leave of this episode. Will sherlock holmes be able to outsmart professor moriarty. Who's obviously being portrayed by dr steve and this version of the story or we'll talk to steve gain the upper hand in this battle of good versus evil. And in what capacity will dr floyd help sherlock holmes with this case to help with this case that has rolling wheels on it. You see not at case. Oh never mind find out next time on the radio adventures of duct flowing. Oh my goodness. I'm confused well when a cool thing was Grant shared with me that He said he was such a huge stanford berg fan and when he started the show his dream was always have stanford on the show at some point and he said as the show progressed. More and more people said they'd be on the show so he thought maybe it is a possibility so he found phone number. Took a chance in dave stana call yet. He called him back nice so that was really cool and he said when stan entered the room to record i hit record because i wanted to capture everything he said and one of my proudest moments was him reading through the script and laughing and saying it was great. A huge honor. So i thought that's cool. I love little behind the scenes. Stuff like that Now obviously we ended on a cliffhanger so later on in the broadcast. We're gonna listen to episode seven ten and finish that out. Thank goodness i was wondering well. Of course we are here to talk about audio drama in all of its aspects and we We always like to have some featured present presenters to come on and and share a little bit about their experience working in the industry and this year we are really excited to have jared squall to talk about his experiences as a composer. I think most people know But if you don't. He has a written amazing scores for projects. Like les miserables. Little women the hiding place. Legends of robinhood. Jake muller adventures and so many more than. He's here to talk about his experience. As a composer in how different instrument choices can affect the mood of a scene. So jared thank you so much for being here and take it away a few years ago. I remember a director calling me after i had just turned in one of the bigger music. Score moments of drama with a burst of excitement. He said to me the scene just sounded so real and as a composer. That's precisely the feedback you're looking for. But as we ended our brief chat. I reflected on our conversation. The music made a group of dramatic scenes. Feel real how odd. It's not like we as individuals walk around with an ever playing in ever changing soundtrack to our lives when we opened the door to our house. The music doesn't hold with a string line. Making us wonder what will be inside. I know that might sound ridiculous but no one can deny the power and place. Music has within the storytelling process yet. Music is so subjective the role of a sound designer and composer are so different if a scene calls for a door opening a great sound designer will consider the time period of the story. The type of door it is but at the end of the day it will sound like a door opening. We all have a certain expectation of what that sounds like but ten different composers might give you ten different music us and they all might be valid ineffective all of the sent me on an inward and reflective journey. Were asked the question. What is it that i actually do for a living and one day came to me my jobs quite simple yet seemingly impossible. My job is to make you the listener. Believe when the old woman is telling a disguised. King richard about the courage and valour of robinhood. I want you to believe. I want you to believe that. They're still someone left in this world. That's good and decent defends the powerless when saint patrick confronts the demon called chrome crew in the desolate plains of ireland. I want you to feel like your side by side with patrick. Seeing the power of god revealed in real time pastor. Brian olmec is talking to jake. Muller over a fried chicken dinner and the conversation turns to a possible explanation of extraterrestrials. I want you to believe that this is really the true explanation while the story were telling might be a work of fiction. It's my goal to make you believe in the author's intent. So how do i do that. Where do i even start. Well i always start by reading the script before. I ever hear the actors. It's at this moment. Where i begin to dream about the main theme for the show remain character. This is what. I call the blank canvas stage. It's the most exciting in horrifying part of my job. It's the moment where anything is possible. And it's up to me to become the architect that builds a massive musical statement from the ground up. This musical statement boils down to one word. The theme i usually give myself about a week to write the main title for a show. The first day of writing is always the toughest as the volume of my inner critic can be quite loud too predictable too weird to dark not dark enough silly not heroic every project's different but my wife always says the same thing to me on day one. Don't be too hard on yourself. go have fun. The writing of a main theme always feels like a bit of a miracle. I might sit at my piano for four hours straight with nothing and then all of a sudden i play two or three notes in a certain way. It's a bit like fishing. I suppose. I play those three notes and i feel a tug on the line. That tug is heart. I've just played something that moves me. I slowly real in the line. And i find that fourth note and fifth note and all of a sudden. I have a phrase. Maybe it's only the first phrase of a much longer group of phrases but that russia excitement comes over me as i realize i've got something to build upon. Its in this part of the process. Where i take a lot of breaks. I walk away from my writing system and reset my ears. I come back twenty minutes later. An hour later the next day i see if my heart still skips a beat if it does i keep writing. If it's close but not quite there. I try to rate the theme change a note. Change a rhythm. If it doesn't make my heart skip a beat. I throw it out and start over at some point in this process. I'll begin to think about the instrument that might play this theme for the first time to introduce us to the character. Maybe this instrument will come to represent the character his purist version of himself for some dramas. The instrument actually comes before the theme itself. I thought this might be a fun opportunity to let you hear. How different instruments give a theme different moods. I'm currently scoring an enormous audio drama. Being produced by the brickman adventures entitled william bradford in the american pilgrims writing the theme for this show was extremely difficult. This isn't an american story. There isn't even in america. it's not a british story. But they're all born in england these are roic and brave people but they're not warriors. They're simple but smart people seeking religious freedom. My job became too musically capture that small fragile dream. They had religious freedom in a manner that sounded somewhat american and somewhat british. I wrote the theme for solo violin. Because at the start of the show and before i even read the script. That's just what seemed right. What made this particular endeavor interesting was that. I wrote a bulk of the themes phrases one day and the accompaniment on the other. I thought i'd have to choose between one or the other but somewhere in the process i decided to layer them and this huge smile came over my face..

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"mr moriarty" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

07:44 min | 11 months ago

"mr moriarty" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

"It's time once again for america's favorite show the radio adventures of dr fluid brought to you floyd dot com featuring special guest. Dr stan freberg as sherlock holmes in our last episode dart off lloyd. Dr steam had just made another literature. Jump we knew that. Dr steve had landed in front of the office of sherlock holmes but we had no idea what are deployed had wound up. That is until now as there was a brilliant flash of light and we see i hero come crashing down into the middle of a small but well furnished consultation room in london england. Oh boy we're attorney's name i know. Where's dr steve. He took his own merimee readies. We made literature jump. I thought he said he was gonna do coming consultation. Room moments and they're on the threshold stands a man well over six feet tall and so thin. He appears considerably taller his eyes. I shop and piercing and he has a thin hawk. Line knows and as square jaw. He quickly looks around the room and dentists closing the door behind him. Are your loan watson luncheon. Have you any objection to my closing. You're shudders watson. no go ahead closure as the man is his way around the room. Flinging the shutters together. Dr floyd ponders curiously on the name. He's been called if he is watson and this is a piece of classic literature then this man could only be sherlock holmes. You were expecting maybe basil rathbone. Never mind you are no doubt wondering why i'm here. I assume it's because you have a new case. Why yes i do. How nice huge. Notice very stylish. Don't you think matches my cloak. No no i mean you have a new mystery to solve all right watson. Have you ever heard of professor moriarty. Wasn't he a mathematics professor. That's him well after an extensive investigation. I've come to realize that it is he who has been behind all the recent crimes and london masterminding numerous acts of evil. Like some sort of of evil mastermind. Precisely moriarty is the napoleon of crime. You any plans to invade russia. No no no watson. It was just a figure of speech. Oh right sherry anyway. I have just put a plan into action that will and a mere three days. Time exposed marietta's misdeeds to all of london and intern get him arrested. Oh bravo homes jolly good show. Yes it was quite clever me wasn't it but you see watson as clever as mike cleverness was moriarty was clever enough to discover my cleverness levers. So imagine my surprise when this very morning he showed up at two twenty one b baker street. He get what did he look like. Well is extremely tall and thin. His shoulders or rounded and he's to is are deeply sunken into his head. Does he have pale skin and greasy black hair. Yes he does watson. How did you know. Just playing a hunch. Well the moment he entered the room he appeared at me with great. Curiosity then smiled at me and said you don't know me do you. Don't know me do you on the contrary. I know exactly who you are. Well then if you know who. I am then you know why. I'm here oh. I know why you're here and you know i know why are here with it if you know that. I know that you know why i'm here. Then you must know that. I know that you know that. I know that you know why i'm here. Yes i know look. I didn't come here. a weedy bent. I'm sorry you're being woody. What look. I came here to tell you that. I'm quite sure. A smart man like yourself could see that if you think you're smart enough to bring destruction up on me i. I'm smart enough to do the same to you. You are paid me. Several compliments mr moriarty. Let me pay you on in return. When i say that a man smart enough to see how smart i am is surely smart enough to know that i'm smart enough to outsmart one as smart as you. You think you're so smart don't you I get by. But you haven't seen the last of me sherlock holmes that he left my office dear me. You can see the great danger. I am in watson. is this reason. I'm wondering if you'll come away with me to switzerland until three days have passed and moriarty is in custody of course homes. You can count on me to help you with this case. Oh no need watson you see. It's got a pet at handle and a detachable shoulder strap not dead case the moriarty case right. I'll meet you at the station in an hour. Just wish i knew what sherlock holmes story this was sir arthur conan. Doyle wrote so many of them. It's hard to keep street. And as talk to floyd hurriedly prepares to leave. We must take a leave of this episode. Will sherlock holmes be able to outsmart professor moriarty. Who's obviously being portrayed by dr steve and this version of the story all dr. Steve gained the up a hand in this battle of good versus evil and in what capacity. We'll dr floyd helped sherlock holmes with this case. I don't need any help with this case doesn't rowley wheels on it. You see not that case that oh never mind. Find out next time on the radio. Adventures duct flowing episode number seven. Oh nine of the radio. Adventures of dr floyd starred stan freberg cash sherlock holmes stan freberg history of the united states of america volumes. One and two are highly recommended by everyone here at the radio. Adventures of dr floyd using for this episode by jodi white sides. Www dot jody white sides dot com. This episode was written by grant. But choko and based on the stories of sherlock holmes by sir arthur conan. Doyle leave us a voicemail and area code eight one eight three three two three zero five three visit the radio adventures of dr floyd merchandise store at www dot dr floyd dot com slash store. This episode was recorded. At dr floyd studios in beautiful downtown burbank. California episode number seven. Oh nine of the radio. Adventures of dr floyd is copyright. Two thousand eight dr floyd industries. All rights reserved. Hey radio adventures of dr floyd fans. One look cool for back to school. 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"mr moriarty" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mr moriarty" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Interior the court. Own a MAC client of saying, man, Mr. Salem man here accused. The plane if move fleeting bodily home on have we have put load witnesses see No, MR Moriarty Trat to kill saying man with the gun in a sword. So salmon is suing Moriarty even the Moriarty is the plaintiff. And there is a slow fan turning at the top of the court. Order order. You can't sue the play tiff. You have to sue the defendant. Santa man would have to be the plaintiff. Oh, I'm just so simple. Seldom ROY let me pull up mouth suspenders in doubt. My brow with this Hanke chief and judge Fred Gwynne shrugs. And he's like, okay. I guess you get to do that all allow it. We we we p played to the jury who we we we I beseech you please listen to me Serna man and my good. So the loyal hate you on that some me who. I gotta tell you this guy Maury oughta he's bad news. You lady, you know, what bad news is like, oh you. Can I answer all allow it?.

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"mr moriarty" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr moriarty" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

"Hey, can you do this two and then for poor Mr. Moriarty is like called upon all the time. No, it's interesting. Like, none of those are like super major characters except for maybe Donald McFarland. He's more scenes than the rest of them. And now that I know that it's one guy doing all those. I could listen like, okay. So this this is how did this one character? He kinda gruff up the voice deepened it and added more of a a rough cockney accent or something like that. Or then, of course, McFarland that's more of an Irish accent. And then indicate he's an older can of a stately gentleman lightning. They stepped into the rolls. Really? Well, though, I never would have known which is just amazing. Just amazing. And then, of course, the book in characters they're speaking, you know, normal, right? What what they call general American accent? Right. So you it's it's really easy to, you know, do a different voice because these all the rest of the characters have some sort of a British it, right? United Kingdom access. Or whatever paren- Kovacs exactly just a mash up of different UK, folks. And I couldn't believe that. I didn't pick up the Jess hornell played Finian's. Brother. Ben. Oh, dude. Yeah. Come on. That's it was just so into the story did not even read. That's awesome. That's great because it was literally in the same scene with himself. And when you're playing a character voice, like Bart Rathbone, that's one thing. But when you're playing to normal people and Kinney Jones, kind of a character voice. But he does pitches voice ir and talk a little quicker. But that's pretty amazing. Yeah. Yeah. Rachel marley. Played Kathy Tanner Marjorie, Grayson, which is Cuthbert's sister, another important character. Yeah, she was played by Alexander. And I'm gonna take a tow stab at this last name, pardon the mispronunciation, which I'm sure is about to happen Alexandra bonus show and the Patrick Powell played Martin ally. Tom Huxley and captain finnemore. That's a great. That's a good actor. Yeah. Yeah. Good stuff. He's got. He's got some great range of voices two. Yeah. But but Rachel Marley. Also played fittings daughter. Lexi, so on the phone. Yeah. But every single one of these actors did just amazed. Ding job. I I was just completely blown away the level of acting in this one which is so good as perfect everything was well done. I don't think I have any any cons about this. No, I can't think of any negative sides may enjoying it too much. Could be could be well, I've listened to three times. Yeah. Oh, yeah. So I I was able to kinda like step Baxter first impression. Sure. And right off, it's obvious. There's there's some things about his character. But you're drawn to her character because like her her innocence in her kind hearted compassion, but you're also frustrated with her. Yes. For her stubbornness. Yes. This other these other character flaws, but she such an endearing character that you dislike Eru your rooting for her at all. You're like, dude, you're doing something. So stupid right now. Yeah. Exactly that data you summed it up perfectly. Every time. I've talked to people about that her that her character. That's exactly it. It's perfect. As exactly so where I was going with that guest was the only slight con, then I can think of is the ending in the last couple of minutes of the the main drama before we get to the closing book. End. There are some things that are just wrapped up really fast like van last seen starts playing. And I'm like what what what when did that happen? Like have you know here, and it kind of caught me off guard the first time through I'm just like. Oh, wow. That's cool. I didn't even think about it. The second time. Oh that is quick. And then I thought okay. So all the letters are based on a book. Well, maybe that was like an epilogue in the book, and and, you know, episode at satellite things really quickly book. So maybe that's what happened or I don't know. Right..

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