17 Burst results for "Mrs Peel"
"mrs peel" Discussed on KCRW
"Don't start, Jake. Hello? Train ride well. Don't you know that it's time to get on? Oh, on that this grade people, right? You're strange. Of your pride. Still strange, you Mrs Peel. You know? No, tiny coming your way. Wait. Can't seem to find Stay quiet. Where? Afraid well, right. Yeah. Me? Yes. So much trace. That's right. Yeah. Mm hmm. Don't worry. Yes. Oh, yes. Yeah. So send them, man. I'm not sentimental, romantic. Not disgusting when one unfortunate Juggling leading scorer Wayne Fortune. List of many, uh, glass. Pretty it grow like a ride like a ride on Not easily opened it now let it go from the master the master together once again. You know? Goes to school friends this weekend. This Nolan Nolan. Do it, do it. You'll enjoy this girl. Well, I leave home. The Manny, Uh, think less. But see it grow to ride like a ride off. Not easily offended, not let it go from this to the masses. Well, I guess that scared you by my grandmother had buddies, you know, literally. Town. Down. This is the master. Is this good news? Good news. Good news, guys. This guy's this girl. Oh, And my way. Yeah. What it's about. She always calling. Carlin. She was it, darling. Did you miss me? Boys? Yes. I'm sorry. Thanks for listening to KCRW..
"mrs peel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's un American. It's Friday. It's a Huey Lewis candidate. Also a bit of return of the Saint Avengers will talk about why the coal board is full. We'll get to your calls in second on 833338333346752. You've been texting me names for my 66 Mustang that arrived In the wee hours of the night that today the story about that it was amazing. I was in the middle of nowhere. Somewhere in New England, and I saw a massive trump sign on the side of the road. Whoa! That's cool. So slow down. What did I say that the trump sign. 66 Mustang with a little for sale. Sign on it. So what did I do? Cause I've been dreaming about Stang's A pony. For decades. It was a little boy, I stopped and I had a look. And I thought, Wow. I looked inside. 11,000 miles on the clock. Immaculate interior. And and I just got to work on the bus. It is my 50th birthday next week. Come on, guys, and I stole it. Not really. I got it for a steal. And last night the owners after 12 hours of driving delivered The machine, The Ogi pony. And I need a name and a color. But here's the names, Mrs Peel. I like that. The Avengers thing going on Mustang Sally, It's got to be a girl. This is for shad. Be sti I like that. Somebody just texted me. Hortense. Sorry. It's not going to be Hortense. I like this one, though. The mag, a machine, not a name. It's just a description. Wish I could get that on the license plate. Stop talking about things like that. You having far too much fun, But it is Friday. We'll get to your cause but first support us by supporting our sponsors. Great Americans like Mike.
"mrs peel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"News. Time to 47 Diana Rigg has died. The award winning actress splashed onto the small screen in the 19 sixties with her commanding turn as intelligence agent Emma Peel on the Avengers, Mr Ames. You wouldn't use that, would you? Not during practice? Ah, a very appropriate piece of music, Mrs. Peel. It's a requiem. On stage rig earned 1994 Tony for playing the title role in Medea. She won the BAFTA TV award for best actress for the BBC miniseries Mother Love in 1989 and an Emmy Award for her role as Mrs Danvers in the 1997 adaptation of Rebecca. More recently, she played Lady Olena Terrell on game of Thrones. She was even a bond girl and awarded the title of Dame from Queen Elizabeth. Her daughter confirms that rig passed today in her sleep. Following a brief battle with cancer. Diana Rigg was 82. On the 2020 campaign trail President Trump Travelling to Michigan tonight for a campaign rally. He'll speak at an airport hangar in Freeland. This marks the president's first rally in Michigan, where the polls show the race is tightening. Joe Biden was there yesterday. But meantime, has a town hall lined up on CNN that is set for September 17th in Scranton, P. A. There will be an audience, but it will be limited and socially distanced. There's word state backed Russian hackers have been going after Biden's campaign now for two months, Reuters says. Microsoft recently alerted one of Biden's main election campaign advisory firms that it had been targeted. They say the attacks included fishing as well as other efforts to infiltrate SD K decays Network. Following weeks of unrest. Soldiers get ready to leave. Kenosha, Wisconsin. Here's correspondent Ryan Burrow, Wisconsin National Guard spent two weeks in Kenosha following the police officer shooting of Jacob Blake. The numbers swelling from 125 guard members up to 500 National Guard members from Arizona, Alabama and Michigan, also aiding local law enforcement in the city. Governor Tony ever says he does not regret turning down an offer by the White House to send in federal troops know anything. I said no to his homeland security. And I knew that would be not workout in Kenosha because of what I saw. In part, the governor did agree to some federal help after three demonstrators were shot during protests, too, died. 29 year old Blake remains hospitalized and is now paralyzed from the waist down Tomorrow. The city roll reflect back on the 9 11 attacks well in the midst of another ongoing struggle due to the pandemic, The 9 11 museum will run a pre recorded reading of the names instead of live alive. Rating will be hosted at the corner of Liberty and Church streets by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Ahead of the anniversary Cedar Grove High School once again remembering by laying flags in memory of each victim. The message is clear here to never forget. Certainly not only remembering September 11th lives lost, but educating students at the same time, who weren't even born yet. Chris is a sophomore actually from a school in Jersey City who comes here to volunteer even though all classes are remote, But he took the time to be here and learn about the devastating day. Well, I thought it was pretty pretty nice to see the community coming together, really showing support the.
"mrs peel" Discussed on Sheep Things
"Back and enjoy. This is episode twenty three. Of, the sheep things five cash today, we got Dr Parker again and. We're discussing marketing. Trends within the industry and what he's seen over the years and what he sees going forward that uh-huh is producer should be an attention to answer closing remarks about the history of of the breeds and all the breeds he's been associated with, and in some of the things that that he's most proud of. So enjoy conversation with Dr Parker. Definitely. Well, one thing about the south now you've got a sheep that. It'll be productive. And it never existed before. Dawn's. They had there was a ten ten years studying me. I think they reported in nineteen, eighty six Ten years ten different states. And the a native was the only one that. was really adapted at all. But it didn't have a lamb crop percent that was very high. And I could probably one of them by myself. And then. The. Folks of Mississippi said well. Sure. Your air show share your wool sheep twice a year. In order to keep them adaptive in a lot of those. Phone lambing, sheep There they were affected their size was affected. And all kinds of problems because of the temperature and the. Sheep adapted to that temperature was nil. And then now you don't hear a thing about that. Yeah. So that's that's where the that's where the Qatar came in with their genetics and. Eliminated that environmental. Problem Altogether, and now the south has sheep taking make money from. Yeah. So, what do you think are the key parts of? MR, peels vision. And his innovation in developing the breed I mean what are the the key elements of that you think if? To Success I. Think it's. It's simply the the fact they don't need to be shared. Do you think it's just the combination of of crossing with the the other breeds what have made I mean what's made tons such success? And I. Guess if follow, that would be what are. Maybe some of the things that could breeders have done. That has made it such a success especially in the south. Well I I think feels. so-called dream of a wolves. Sheep for meat. was interesting I can't. I can't define or can't offer exactly. Why he decided to feel that way about I, don't know. And I've never heard anyone address that relative to having known him. But. He was on the right track. Whether he had a vision that could reach as far as it has I sort of doubt. So. It must have been just something that maybe he didn't care for will. And That allowed him to do that but. Then after after you got the basis there from. Like Heifer Project. International, they lay the foundation in addition to what Mrs Peel already had in place. And then you started putting those together and then. With the way that. The things were done early on is the sheep were evaluated before they could be registered early on. So that, you were developing a more of a balanced. Confirmation balanced they had. They didn't have much war any world all. And you were getting type that was becoming more uniform because of the way they were being. Evaluated before, they could be accepted for registration. So that's Kinda. Closed extremes. To something that was a model for the breed. and. I, think that took a lot of the variation out. We haven't had in some the earlier. Newbridge that didn't do it that way. But then when we got to. Looking at lamb crop, percent, and genetic. Values for parasite resistance and all that. That kind of that kind of took everything. That's where all your profit lies. If you don't have to treat them parasites and they. They'll raise it. In some cases, three lamb crops in two years. Where you can have a three hundred percent lamb crop. It opens up the door for a lot of. Great Management. Yeah. Definitely. So some of these. Some of these the other thing that happened was. Just ethnic work it comes on and they don't want those other than forty pounds outlines. They want those lambs anywhere. Some of them as little as forty, forty, five up to maximum one, hundred and ten. and. You don't have to have a giant cheap to produce that. So that that's another plus. And That way you can finish lamb on grass and a lot of cases without ever. Having to add any grain to the Diet to to get to that market sell. Like a new Holland over their way. Pennsylvania. That's. It's kind of like the one on San Angelo Texas. It's hot all the time. You know that I've seen some this Kinda I dunno off but it kind of bothers me to degree is. At the Tennessee. So we had and and and the same thing happened to in newhall and bendy twice. And I was out and Texas back in. Probably February and and went to to their weekly sheep sale. Same thing happens there. There's always. Lock him to Tennessee, say there is a group of probably forty or fifty lions come through weighed. You know thirty six pounds. And, of course, you know air by all those could tons. So in everybody's mind, we got this little dinky sheet. Because that's Gone Up at the Sale Barn and I. Don't know how how these GAZ. Those are really small of small animals but I mean Galley thirty six pounds there is I met. There is probably a honored that went through white under forty bands. Well Well, it must have been too young. I don't know. They should breed. Dogs, they wouldn't be very old. Now I mean mine you know I wayne minus sixty days I want them to be forty five to sixty five pounds on grass and milk. Right and. A thirty pound lamb online. How do you guys do that? You know? We. Do it does hurdle imagine probably the best manage flock in Texas. Yeah. Thinking about Texas, one of my favorite stories on parasites Texas. There's a phone. That I met down there once and I ended up calling walk on genetics. And he.
"mrs peel" Discussed on KTRH
"When you were a kid that you look back on Bruce says I had to crush is one Diana Rigg Mrs peel from the Avengers see that's after me I don't let that main enemy and number two Peter Wilson first version of Nikita on let family Kita I never saw the TV show live from the Q. that but I saw the movie there's a French movie and I'm a tidy sum is damn near a **** that woman is she it might be Brigitte Nielsen if it's not Brigitte Nielsen is a British you gonna write that one down yeah though John says are I never knew their names but looking back now I realize it was a rather unhealthy obsession I had with those gals that were modeling bras and panties for the JC Penney catalog circa nineteen eighty eight like a bulldog by the chain of man I can remember when you were a kid when you were going into those teenage years and you desperately wanted more than what was on the television we have the interwebs backed in you didn't have any of that man somebody had a magazine you in a matter if it was left out in the rain you do you happen to have it made you hide those things remember the that's why everybody want a tree house that's the real reason just so you know for kids today they don't understand why we want to tree house the tree house was where you hit was where you hid your dirty magazines your dad mad about you one thirty magazine and you would had you treat your your magazines out in your hot and that's where you go look at a menu but okay well sucks keep cool my name in NYC company okay all right with DS that's Madonna do dust but don all my god she's got a bunch of hair in places you're not supposed to I know I don't know I don't know but that's Madonna for sure are you sure it's should shave her armpits and she didn't I'm a tell you right now spoiler alert should ensure armpits David go ahead hi Michael I'm about I'm fifty eight but share a farm and she cannot call me out last eight to over there she gave me a hug and a house bill state championships of the new guitar contests and have turned red she said I needed to go get some sunscreen and that in order to arrive at a crush on oceans love like eight years old because my dad took me and my brothers we went to a Mister miss prior sales and that's how we learned how to play music and ended up playing forty one years in the plan for weddings anniversary are you serious yes Sir yes Sir I got six place last year in the guitar contest until you like Ricky tarpon west Westmoreland them guys play with right for me in a ray Benson and all them my brother VJs are lower he knows ray very well every time I see right out that I'm a dumb a brother DJ how you doing hello prior do you know also and my brother her learn he had a stool is still a tuned up by her room we turn in my aunts and uncles new Harbin Leon Pappy sales and all them guys so you know it's really cool the import of Texas history anyway forty one years claim for weddings anniversaries for retired now though we're so the country can ban with the group in band is a hip replacement they heard the yield of shoulder surgery all the no you don't come not joking do you have you ever been to where do you live I live right behind our aren't you I know matches mag every time I go in your job guitar bass all of that did you did you ever go to good company are we doing comedy barbecue yeah with the all man yeah Leon patents they'll play the older I got right in his birthday party okay within you know or yes or so I never saw it but leave out good who was Jim's son leave us my friend I knew I knew Jim but we weren't best buddies but I know his son very was a dear friend of mine and leave I used to tell me stories about when all his dad had was the barbecue joint which he bought from Alfred you know how fridge delicatessen it was a Jew it was an old Jewish deli down on still only get six ten he had he had several restaurants but he had passed and he just passed and his wife was washing dishes and tending bar at what is now good company barbecue fifty fifteen Kirby and Jim good bought it from her like it was Saturday he sit at the bar she said I want out of the business and she wanted three thousand or five thousand whatever it was and he said I'll be here Monday with it and he showed up that's how he bought it that's the story in but leave I told me that his dad because his dad love country music and wanted to draw a crowd and he would have Pappy self they would pull a trailer up in the parking lot and Pappy self would get up on that trailer and he in the Blue Ridge Playboys would get up there and play in a row orange blossom special and and that became matter of it was a Friday night or Saturday night ritual but that's what he would do it now you think back and go what she wouldn't give for a special moment like that man that's well all right seven one three two one two five eight seven four Darrell in Alabama what was your childhood crazy crush I have a couple one was the brand that on petticoat junction yes all the girls on petticoat junction pretty much yeah and the other was a brunette on he how that used to sit on the porch with the real long legs was that it was his girlfriend I don't know she had big hair I remember that she had big like motion and black hair matches Blackshear liver and other we had like he was I'm trying to think who that would have been it what Lou was it okay so she was usually up front when you know they'd come to show the ports there may be you know sit up there and they'd all be lounge around she usually would wrap their and fresh and real long legs I see a big hair I wonder if she was just one of the one of the crew I'm I'm a look it up but you know it's not every day you get to live out something from your childhood so you will appreciate distort by the way did you notice David had a brother named PJ but more importantly another brother name peril that was a favor part because she did so so we booked the he hall reunion in my entire management staff at the RCC laughed at me nobody's gonna come see that all my is going to be terrible and it everybody's joke everybody thinks are funny right they would say Hey how're you name none of them but I'm not I'm still out ha ha ha ha that's what I've never heard that fifty times last week it was starting to get to be right so it was five thousand for the crew it was eight thousand to add some mothers in it was fourteen thousand total to get Lula and I said man I got have Lulu she's on winning by recognizes and I'm gonna tell you something we lost money that night we lost a lot of money that night and I had it.
"mrs peel" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"For watching game of thrones same day that we're doing game. We watched adventures we go watch game of thrones. And he calls him a nerd watching him. Thrones. You know, I've never seen game of thrones. I've never seen the avengers. Do your kids hate you. They never seen game of thrones. No, no. They shouldn't. The avengers. I'm not sure I think they went to see it or not. I gotta find out. I've only taken them to see Star Wars. So I'd never to get the avenger. You want to think of your vendors row that has twenty two of those movies, but not to avenge movies. Yeah. With all its really vengeance. I remember Steed and MRs peel, I don't even know what that means. See, that's that's the difference. But yes, and that the seven is being generous because there's six times individually in the movie itself. And then I tried six times during the avengers is. So so I mean every time you cry is a three hour long movie. I saw. Hard. Hour every minute. And so the the entirety of the movie six times, and then I just rounded up for the the ending climactic scene through to the credits. I there was bursts like openly crying or was trying to hide it by drinking water or rubbing your eyes orgies that the irony when I started field tears, come down my face. Do the sniffle to lock missing that. In with allergies was a night. Big the allergies that is the hour. So I was oh POWs over the side of the up I was like keeping track with my system. That's five six it's because the whole thing started with you know, the whole story. It's there's happy tears in there. And they're sad tears in there because the whole arc of the marvel cinematic universe started in two thousand eight with iron man, I've been along for that ride ever since. Right. So the fact that now it's kind of I'm not gonna say anything spoil the move. But it all culminates in comes to a head in this movie. It's the part two of the last one which I cried into and so it all coming together. All the things that happened and whatnot is very very nice the way they did it. All right, one eight hundred three eight three one zero one point five of you have a crowded a movie, Matthew rocky three when Mick died. You cried when Mick died course, I could see that. I could see that. It was so thinking about rocky man, there's so many jer moment. But that's like I think the quintessential I mean, that's that one. It's just like he passes out of the fight. I mean, it's just it's too much about Eddie cruises to. Eddie gets discovered at the concert in Canada. Got one nine ninety one night. You gotta get on me for crying advantage Matthews out here. Crying iraqi. The only one I'm.
"mrs peel" Discussed on Modern Love
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But then you have a moment where you just cannot stand the person you're with when Patricia Morris row and her husband went to England together they had one of those experiences, and she writes about it in her essay, another voice had come between us. It's read by Catherine O'Hara who stars in shits creek. It airs on Wednesdays at ten pm on pop TV you can also find it on Netflix. On a romantic trip through the English countryside. My husband fell in love with another woman. He met her at a car rental agency on the outskirts of London where she arrived with the upgrade package. Nervous about driving on the opposite side of the road. He was eager to pay for her escort services. And before I knew it. She was with me in the front seat. By the time. We had reached the first motorway I was ready to toss her from the car, but as the voice of our GPS unit, she'd cleverly embedded herself in it. My husband nicknamed her Emma after MRs M appeal, the beautiful spy in the TV show, the avengers with her genius. I q and martial arts ability. Mrs peel was a feminist superhero racing around England and a sexy low to Selanne convertible. The new Emma navigated a more mundane outy, but with thirty two satellites at our disposal. She was a wizard directions. When she uttered your route cotton's will now begin your new your in capable hands. Even if she didn't have any. The only time we took a wrong turn we wound up at a spectacular hidden garden that my husband proclaimed his favorite spot on the entire trip since we had planned vacation to celebrate our twenty second wedding anniversary my husband's infatuation with an invisible woman didn't say a lot for where we were heading. He wasn't alone in channeling juvenile fantasy. I had organized our vacation around a much -ticipant rendezvous with my adolescent, crush Heathcliff of weathering heights. I'd fallen for him in nineteen seventy after seeing the film version of Emily Bronte novel at my childhood Cineplex in Peabody Massachusetts, it starred Timothy Dalton who in his pre bonday stock. The rain swept mours howling for his beloved, Kathy. So what if he was sadistic in probably psychotic? This was a man who would love you until the end of time are readily st- the end of the credits. I tried to explain their convoluted romance to my husband over Emma's, excessive chattering, but he was in thrall to her British accent and computerized lisp isn't she amazing? He said as she navigated another maze. Like roundabout? I was telling you about Heathcliff. We sounds nuts. At least he's real. I replied, which technically wasn't true. But in comparison to Emma's disembodied voice he held a slight edge. Can't we please turn our off? She's giving me a headache. Then you drive. It was a low blow and he knew it. I don't drive unless I have to which in our marriages hardly ever forty two years ago on my maiden voyage in the family car with my mother in the passenger seat. I accidentally hit the dock on Easter Sunday. The dog was knocked down yet escaped without a scratch, but it's owner along with his two little girls began screaming murderer. In the commotion the girls Easter bunny jumped out of it Straub asked and hopped into the woods hock swooped down. You can imagine the rest from then on whenever I got behind the wheel. My mother would remind me not to kill any animals which had the expected inhibitory effect to compensate for my fear of driving. I concocted a theory that in every successful relationship. There's a driver and a passenger which exactly describes my husband and me, I'm the idea person who plans the tin ary while he's the steady navigator who gets us places. We're living proof that opposites attract he's in finance. I'm a writer. He's quiet. I'm talker. The list is so long that the minister married us insisted we fill out an extensive compatibility, which we flunked. It seems like you're heading in different directions. He said, but he was wrong for the next two decades. We went in one direction mine the vacation to Yorkshire, which I had fashioned as a masterpiece theatre extravaganza with visits to numerous country houses and gardens was no different.
"mrs peel" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Where moment in New York City loved that shit. Now, I know just call Carl. Absolutely. Dory from this season's premier and a blue visor and bikini from wrestler like darling. Lifelock for the visor police is like this is like blackjack dealer, but also hooter somewhere. So Beverly b here's to. Pajama moment in Vegas. I like pajamas. Okay. I like to read congratulatory, it's cleavage Baring, cutouts and big hair for a studio. Fifty four forty loving. I think okay. Top and snake like ponytail. Again. You are such a sort of chameleon of the hairs like she has done. And I like it. I'm all for him. Gucci pants fanny pack in black bomber check. That is like. Very chic sort of cruise ship. Look. What happened to all the the fine people of the Bahamas who were stiffed out of their paid were they were any of them paid back or what's happening with that? We have managed to put together a go fund me for Marianne was the first person that we wanna pay back who supplied all the food down there. So we've fixed that commitment. And now we have a second go fund me, which is the Exuma foundation. If you go to my Instagram, which is the real handy king will continue to funnel money to them, which that's. That I'm getting a lot of tweets Renna said you look fantastic and Isaac, you know, how much I love you onto re top questions for you in F and falon we're the person stacked while packing, the Bahamas those that were stolen in the robbery or replacements. We got this lot with paceman. Okay. And the record straight there. Because that also it's pretty gross that people would think that the robbery was fake. Okay. Accused of that being heard some of those things that are crooked records that she straightening. No, I was caught this guy was caught MRs peel h once in a while you didn't pay the five thousand penalty to Lisa Vanderplank. Well, Lisa then never asked for that. In fact, when I spoke to her when Lucy went to another home, she never said to me. No, we want Lucy Becca the center, she never said it was a five thousand dollar penalty. Those. New whenever discussions show. It was on camera at shoe wants to know to re widened you just return the dog vendor pump dogs when you couldn't keep it that would have prevented the whole stupid in fact when peak and I were thinking about returning her because she was getting increasingly more aggressive with the kids. This woman came to our house fell in love with Lucy Lucy fell in love with her and rather than her going back to vendor pump dogs and waiting for someone to adopter here was this beautiful home..
"mrs peel" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"I thought myself that is awesome. They they have like a clip or something in there. Now you search for Excelsior in Netflix. And you get all of the marvel properties while most of the marvel properties that are in the Netflix queue, interestingly enough, I do not see iron fist or Luke cage in the list that pops up so something's going on there. It was canceled. So, but yeah, you get to see all of the all of the marvel marvel GM so close to being done with their double dare devil season through so good. If you haven't watched the other ones. That's okay. This one stands on his own. And it is really good is really really is there. I mean, there's one reference to Jessica Jones just know that she's a crazy private investigator. And as I missed it. But. Think it's towards the end. So, but yeah, I mean, they just mentioned by name. That's all that happens. So watched the care in road. And I was like do it care. And then I was kinda like I think I kinda do. It gives you watching it. I was like, I don't know. Anyway, we'll talk about later, we should do it aerial up. So because that was good. It was really good. So all right. I think I mean there's a little bit of a shorter shorter episode this week. The news was pretty straightforward. I mean Stanley's passing sucked a lot of the oxygen out of the geek news realm. And I mean, we're we're sad to see him sad to see him go. But he's he's there. So that's that's jump into our feedback. I can I tell can I tell one story. No, absolutely. Not about the week. Okay. Speaking of the Fanta maniacs. We got some responses from them last week on our question about okay. So we use a movie quote from from one of the previous MC you movies to become the title for become the title for the next vendors movie. What would it be Mark do miss wrote in and he got the wrong universe? But the right movie title from the vendors. He says MRs peel have you seen my umbrella? Jeff hated everything about that. But I think in Mark's defense the Russo brothers. That's. Thing. They would do they'd be like it was from vendors movie and pick it from another from the other avengers series. Patrick clark. He added in pelvic sore Serie vendors, pelvic sorcery. Okay. All right. I'm not sure where that where that one came in. I don't remember that quote. Vendors all of these mother note, they said it wasn't name name dropped in in Finnity were vendors. Plus, so not that one. He he also he came up with the with the answer it's called avengers Dan's off. That's how they that's how they bring them back is through a dance off Choi would he wrote in? He's from the World War g podcast. He wrote it in and row. Avengers four you get killed walk. It off cap says that in civil war, and you know, what it's pretty accurate for for the follow up to Infinity war because Because I mean, I mean. they're they're all going to get up and walk those little too on the nose. But that's the beauty of right? Kathy us. She wrote in and said have you ever tried swarm or you didn't see that coming where you didn't see that? The second one fits pretty well. Yeah. Yeah. I I like that. I like I personally like the quote from falcon. If by chance it's an exposition heavy movie where there's lots of talking the movie could could be called avengers. There's normally not that this much talking..
"mrs peel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of fame broadcaster and Meyer, say Hello, Ken. Hello, ken. And you are a hall of fame broadcaster. Gosh that always makes you feel so good. When you say that I'm gonna say this. Allison MJ Martin Jackie to go through and others will be calling the next couple of hours and. You heard told you that you were going to be recipient of the plaque. Whatever it is. They give you. Now you there. At the venue. They call your name. They say all the things that you've done right there pinpoint right there. Where the motion swept through you. I couldn't believe it was me. They were talking about. Because I always remember. How bad I wanted to get into the. Radio business, and I was willing to do almost anything. You hear the proverbial saying of of and people will tell you do anything you can to get started and get into the business, and I had been ready to do that. And I had been prepared to go anywhere and to start. WBZ was just it was unbelievable. Every time I walked through the door. I couldn't believe where I was. And who I was working with not only Larry Glick. But the the other challenge that were here I still maintain I worked with some of the best people in the business at that time. And they were all easy. I think they had the best new staff the guys that were on the air that Dave mayors. The Carl Souza's the even going back further. Larry Justice, whatever were all the best at what they did. And to be a small part of that. I would just be. Exhilerated every day coming to work everyday of those fourteen years that I was there. It was it was like. I don't know. Whatever whatever dream you ever had. And we're able to accomplish that's how I felt every day coming to work when I worked for that station. And that's what I thought about what I accepted the award. I I just couldn't believe that it had happened. And it happened to me. That's all I wanted to do just get into radio that was all and you did. And I did can you succeeded at being in radio. On talent and skill and want to. Oh, yeah. Oh, there's no question. I wanted to no question about that. And and when I look back it was a different time because. As I said two people that I have been viewed. This was a time when all three. Major radio television stations and their own shows and celebrities because of Boston being such an intellectual and book town would come here and want to come here to promote their books that they had written. And because of that, you never knew that was another thing I come to work and saying, gee. I wanna fall in anybody famous today. And there were many days that I did. And on the other hand there were many days what I did. And some of those days we have discussed on previous broadcasts. And I look I would look back on that and say, wow. I I I just couldn't believe it. It's a different time now because of all the technology, and because of the ability of almost all stations to be on the internet to be able to be heard around the world. Yes, I don't. I don't think you get the celebrities. Visiting cities you used to. Austin was magnet in those days. You're Kirk Audi obviously art link letter, I'm trying to think of the people, I know with home as Bob Reilly would say, you rubbed elbows with and. It doesn't happen that way. Now, we don't have a people are talking in the afternoon to draw in celebrities. The avenue. For celebrity to come on and pump the book and pump the latest movie and pump their latest album. It's not what is to be. No. And I'm I'm. I'm happy that I came in. When I did. I mean, not only that but radio stations change WBZ has changed. Yes. Format has changed. And it's not like it was what I was there, and it never will be. But I was there when. It was what it was. And that's the reason to smile and be proud. Oh, I'm I'm definitely proud. There's no doubt about that. I was reminiscing several months ago with our one of our ex program directors, and he said, you know, we both have something we can be proud of and be happy for and. We do. And we did. And we still are. One can take away those memories. Cemented in your mind. Let me take these four people replace them with four more people replace them with four more people. But we have to start in the beginning with Allison Allison, I sound. So disposable that way. But anyway, let me see well this man to me confirm it singer, dancer, actor and also comedian, namely, the great, Danny Kaye. Good places to start who I just I was lucky enough seeing person onto sixty I've mentioned that to you before mortgage and doing show a credible show, you know, and and he just incredibly she to you know, tongue-twister songs that he would do they probably didn't hurt himself doing some of those holiday with all the different. And literally I mean, they're almost over literally almost were literally tongue. Twisters you know, and just all the different crazy things. He didn't put the court jester has to be one of the greatest comedy movies all time. Where did you see Danny Kaye Seattle? I grew up in Seattle. And he was doing a show. I'm not sure maybe sixty eight around there. Yeah. And I just he was oh, Manny fabulous. He really. Allison. Hear me send you a message last night. Oh, no. I didn't tell you. I couldn't. I couldn't listen last night. Sorry. Fine. I just happened to give you an FYI. I head up. The avengers is being rerun by this TV. Message. And it's. This. Another one of those networks chose old program back in the day. And it's around five o'clock in the morning. May think they show two episodes repeal or everybody else to second season second season. Okay. Color in other words, right now, if you thought you'd want to know that. Yeah. Only last night. What you're doing with Mr. king coaching? You know, did did somebody mentioned of Andrews, MRs peel, Renita and all that. No catch phrases that would've been a great one. Yeah. Sorry. I couldn't call us. At least I've given you a heads up on. I didn't say it. But there'd be some way that you would communicate. This is Anita. All right. Okay. Great. Thank you for leading us off. Okay. Thanks so much. Bye. Bye. MJ what a wonderful talent. He was. Yep. Danny kaye. So who do you wanna say MJ? And Secondly, wonderful talent you are actually Bucky gentleman. Talent show. Get breathless more now. Yeah. She just sell it. Anyway, so Elvis. Right. No Allison at all. Okay. Mistake. Got a very fast pitter-patter. She does. Yeah. That she does. Allison. Were you at the game tonight? No. But I certainly am malware. Anybody would be aware? You would be. Yeah. A little bit. Don, thanks Morgan. You asked me last night when I called him on for you know, how I felt about the Red Sox game last night. And I had said hours biting my knuckles to the very end. Happy gentleman. I think I got down to my risk point this afternoon. With the taxes. So you game, which is considered by college football coaches, the third biggest rivalry in the country. Mike. They were up twenty one points. And then it got tied up with nine seconds left. They kicked field goal. Twenty one is not a safe lead. Whether it's probably NFL it is not a safe lead. It certainly isn't against oh, you know, they're pretty powerhouse team. And I've been I'm Jay. Jay, I'm gonna put you on hold. Okay. All right. So go on hold and everybody else. Get comfortable. Listen to CBS news for two or three minutes. Can and I will be back. News special report. The president wins a big one and takes his victory lap hours. After the US. Senate voted fifty to forty eight to confirm bright cavenaugh as a Justice of the supreme court shortly after coun- Cavanaugh was sworn in. Mr. Trump was at a Saturday night political rally in Kansas. I stand before you today on the heels of a tremendous victory for our.
"mrs peel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"When we went from when we went from two hours and thirty nine, it was two forty three to thirty nine and then all the way back to two to twenty and Ilson and eastern run into each other had originally written a whole scene. And then I realized this is just going to be coverage. How do I register without coverage? Make the scene shorter and shorter cutting away all the lines of dialogue until they're none left and they run into each other and see other. There's just a moment. They look at one another. She looks at Henry Henry looks at her. She walks away and Henry looks at eastern. Like what was that? And the only line in the scene is Ethan says, she's not. You're concerned. And they go into the bathroom. And then that explains why she just suddenly shows up an Eddie. And I when we were cutting the movie shorter, we realized we don't need that looks gorgeous. We don't need it, cut it. She'll just appear in the bathroom and for the first time because every time I watched it and every every test screening, everything, Mike aren't people excited to see. He'll come back and I kept realizing mission fans. These are recruited audience at the premiere when they cut to Elsa, you heard people cheer, and I was like, that's what I've been feeling so excited to have it back. This was not some rule that I created for the movie. But if you look at all the women in the film, they own the scenes there in every single every single one, even Alex Bennett, check the the cop that that gets shot. Yes, she's the real power in that scene. That's the thing I'm most proud of in the movie. It's not something about, you know, I'm not. I'm not trying to make some statement one way or another. There were in this movie to fill the the movie with strong women. I wrote that cop is a man. Thomson make it a woman is really woman get shot. You're gonna leave her in the street and he was like, why not? It's, it's, it's. It's just a good role for a woman as man and it's and it's going to be more powerful scene. If it's a woman depend and he was absolutely right when you sat down and you start the plot ills ills journey through the film. We look resolution in terms of her relationship with Ethan at the end. No, I think one of the reasons the second Jack Reacher movie ran into the trouble that it did. We were not familiar enough with Jack Reacher to suddenly break the Jack Reacher paradigm and have him have a family and you. I think there was a there was a sense in the choice of the book that we knew Jack Reacher better than we did. You needed the Jack Reacher franchise to almost run out of steam before you bring in a family, and you know, it's the thing I was talking about at the beginning. There was a template for moving number one and we did not honor that template. Yeah, you know, you needed to make three movies. You needed to make three dirty Harry movies before. Yeah, thirty. Harry can. Start using different gun. Become less thirty. Yeah. So you felt up very much in terms of of this? It just wasn't right. I'm not. I'm not ready. I what I said to Tom was I want their relationship to be. Will there won't they? I want, you know, Mr. Steed and MRs peel I don't want. I don't want resolution to this relationship the minute, that relation that relationship has done. She's done with the franchise and I don't think the franchise done with her. So what do you think they are at the end of the film? I think where they are at the end of the film is they've, they will. That's the if the way is open for them at the end of the film, it's the first time there's even a possibility that relationship going back to the question that started it in the first place, which was how can you be with Elsa if you're still Julia? And he's still dreaming about Julia, it's well, there you go..
"mrs peel" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"In the ventures she played 'em appeal sidekick to suave secret agent john steed played by trich mcneese the series made her an international sensation why do you think mrs peel was embraced the wish she was she was ahead of time because she was high intelligent capable witty sexy must be an explanation in ten finding with shoebox did you enjoy it i loved it i loved patrick not fan i gather of the leather catsuits you said over the years that you were actually not all that comfortable with your looks uncomfortable biggest sex god i was because hamas sake simple supposed to behave you can go to clue that's all that's after just two seasons she exited the adventures what did you decide to leave another dead body what do you say and the knicks year became the only woman to marry james bond when she starred in on her majesty's secret service what made you wanna be a abundant girl come on i mean it was fun to do sequence where i'm driving around this ice rink yes i did dr did you yeah that was fun he was green do you like new york i do in a stroll around new york's metropolitan museum dame diana is curious and playful it's called active but admits some of it is a performance to protect her private life stuff i don't want to talk about is very simple one of your director said something to the effect of that that that candor was kind of your camouflage.
"mrs peel" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"Uhhuh good morning i'm jane pauley and this is sunday morning a member of a royally talented family was on full display yesterday's wedding and we're not talking about prince harry leigh cowen has paid the clan of visit at home yesterday's royal wedding gave a world stage to a nineteen year old cellist moving performance struck a chord turns out he has six brothers and sisters while excel at classical music just like him a house is by no means sound booth say you are to stay beta with the sound of shostakovich in another deneen up says it is like a massive well what some are calling britain's most talented fam played on sunday more appearing now on broadway that distinguished member of british acting royalty diana rigg she'll be talking this morning with anthony mason to me we've known her as mrs peel hiatus is mrs james bond ivanko vodka and now mrs higgins in my fair lady dame diana rigg is back on broadway and up for a tony the words mean anything the core say do and anybody who says they tend to toting rallies ahead on sunday morning we appreciate the art of dame diana rink we'll have those stories and more when cbs sunday morning continues.
"mrs peel" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"To for for all of its for all of its assets fairly goofy movie but anyway so yeah we don't the movies but we do knowledge the others can ask what are you working on now shane and i are doing a pilot for a reimagining of steed and mrs peel the adventures from the sixties spicer's i'm just almost done with the first draft on that and it's for warner brothers we don't have a home before it yet but i'm very excited it's my favorite have done in years and years and then we got the movie coming out in september so there's a lot of stuff on on our plates and it's it's actually quite quinton nice position to be i hope you like the movie it's strange is gonna warn you it's an odd it's it's it's strange and interesting movie i don't think it's what necessarily what people will expect it to be and i think what the fact that we could just bring are supposed to you know here's the here's the one here's the predator we wanna make i don't think anybody who saw the second one whatever think that that's where it went after the first one so i think this is only fair that the the third or fifth would go that same way well you also have the director of of you know the nice guy so you have to really bear that mine skaff cast.
"mrs peel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Hello i've seen it three times winner i saw it obviously the big press screening i went back the next morning with you james again and then so a midnight screening on when it opened with the public the people in seats the norms six and seven of the odeon surrey keys on wednesday night ryo they talk the whole way through however the rest of the audience was a delight to them and yes so i've i've taken copious notes the first couple of times the first time because i was writing a review very fast on the second time because i wanted to clear up some things okay great and i did very much yes okay jimbo i have seen the film twice i saw the first press screening and then i saw it as soon as possible after that at the second screening and i have a longstanding gitari of man my main qualification do you have i don't have a hawk turns out they're not effective anyway and twice close proximity to each other indicates that you like this film just very much i liked it loads and i felt there was so much going on but i had to see again so i requested access to the next greening while the credits to the first one rolling so yes okay dan what i've been a fan of steed and mrs peel roy off he's comedy signings dan tunnels writer yes so i've seen only once.
"mrs peel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"He's not in the issue though to know but jason plum is so we've had him on the podcast couple times he is hollywood producer extraordinaire he makes horror movies for five million dollars ten million dollars and they make loads to money and in the case of get out get nominated and win oscars and we went to his l a h q to ask him how he does it and thank god he told us otherwise really short feature what else is in there we have a breakdown of all the good boys and girls from i love dogs voice good boys and girls a feature thirteen out of ten is a heck and good feature daniel bruhl as well doing the pint of milk interview i believe yes and because the offenders we celebrate the twentieth anniversary of let other movie called the avengers based of course on the seminal british tv show mrs peel all sort of stuff but the the film starring ray fines youth harman and sean connery and don't forget shawn rider eddie is art is an awful awful the cinema was very excited see that film twice it was it was not good yeah so we we spoke to the richler jeremiah chechik and got the full skinny not great stuff as well there's mission impossible fallout new pick from that concert from amazon on the walls franco's talks about his career luca guate nino texas recall me by your names key moments tons of stuff it's idea shoe it isn't sound now as you know in all good and evil news agents so do pick up a copy and you know what just pad forward pay my wages you absolute mother fuckers chris chris what we talked about this we we.
"mrs peel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Continental tv series was confirmed this week very very exciting yes and david legion chance to hell ski who directed john wake one together and then split apart to do tomic blonde dental to in john chapter to be sector producers mrs well unknown hurts comic produce i've yes i'm all over this all over this like at it like a rash i'm just looking at the amount of news and the week shame black doing a tv show reboot of the offenders which would be called steed and mrs peel because obviously you can't calls on the offenders anymore sipah confusing hey speaking of the avenger yes anthony malkey was at a conference convention and talks bites a scene in infinity war which will apparently involved he said forty superheroes all at once i feel like he's riding up but i'm still like super excited this is like this xing that was this is chris media report loria i've some news on the morning we're not out you move and chris on from the vengeance joint know face i i think he's wrong we got we got like the avenger the guardians he hasn't bad guys like is it seems like it would struggle to get over 25 it yeah every time i make a list of who's in infinity war how often is that it's a every day it's soon and you see my my uh my new book my lunch box chris loves tony's the dog to jolla natasha yeah it's it's tutors but six six vendors 9 of injuries ten of andrews seven six six guardians of the galaxy spiderman doctor strange on man the walls black panther light all black panthers mates yeah his his his top nights movie someone invited to mamu may be doorman who's gonna turn up as well so again adoption i think he's roundly nike i had nobody duckie yeah i don't see how he gets forty here on this and i think he's massively running a lesser comey was we haven't heard about yet i remember then may also be including he may mean super being say maybe including some yes at east yes our i put us surely enough superhero movie news now riots as we've onto the news at the flash movie has it rhetoric to to writers to directors these are the guys who wrote at least one of the drafts of spiderman homecoming and directed the.