17 Burst results for "Nick Hornby"

"nick hornby" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If you read any Nick Hornby books we've read like high fidelity or fever pitch or about a boy. Maybe you've watched the TV or film adaptations. His books have sold over five million copies. They've turned into hit movies, they turned into hit TV shows. But when you sit down and look at them some familiar themes that run through them Gentle, self aware sense of humor, soccer fandom, pop music fandom. And this deep fascination with how and why Paul people fall in and out of love. And all of those elements are woven into this brand new novel. It's called just like you. But this time Nick folds in something he has never done before race and politics and class. Just like you is the story of a short short romance between Lucy and Joseph Lucy is a 42 year old white mother. Sitting in the wreckage of a failed marriage. Joseph is a 22 year old black butcher and deejay who still lives with his mom. Lucy hires him as a baby sitter and, well, some unexpected things developed from there. In the background of all this, the Brexit vote has happened in the world is about to shift right under them. To the adds a whole other layer to the story. Nick Hornby joined me from his office in London to talk more about the book. How are you? I'm Well, Thank that your is that your office there? It is. Yeah, it's about 10 minutes. Down the road from my house. I've come here all the way from. Can you tell me a little bit about the story of how this book came together? I heard it actually happened. You were actually in line at a shop in a shop on I was watching a chuckle. Run behind the camps around the other side of your little flat. And I think that's cute. I'll never get together because there are three many things in their way on by just Started to almost obsessively thinking about these things. Rather, they were instrumental in as we thought, whether we choose partners for the right reasons, you know that we returned to choose partners from the same educational backgrounds are stuff from backgrounds ourselves. Maybe this isn't the right way of doing things anymore Thoughts about this trouble for a while and then after the referendum, the Brexit referendum when it seems, is there one half the country would never speak again. I thought maybe this is, the Times writes about Division and how we get around the side and make connections. It's interesting how you wrote about it. I mean, you're a guy, A white guy in your sixties, writing about a love affair between a white woman Lucy in a young black man, Joseph and I mean the characters in your previous books have been predominantly white. So why did you want to write about a black male character now? Well, I live in north from them in Islington, north London, which is a very multicultural community. On DH. I thought, actually, if I'm gonna write a book set in the here and now where I live, then I have to contemplate at least the possibility right back. I can write white parents is for the rest of my life because it's not treated. With its like anymore. You don't think you can write about white men anymore will from I can't make it solely about what people because That that selective vision and select casting as it were, which really doesn't apply any longer. It's where I live. How do you? How do you make sure that you Hitting the truth of it. Those experiences of what it's like to be a black man. When you don't have those experiences yourself. Well, I think you have to write always done things, which is the moment I stopped writing about people who are not me. I find versus backstories that that makes sense for the characters and see troops for May and I write them on DH. As is always the case I gave the books were troubled people. We might have something to say. And, um, you know, I talked to them about it. No one had too much to say which scraping. Really? What will people say India? But remember people's reactions to when you sent him your way. Well, what won back friend said. Actually, I talked about race too much in the novel on DH on Should we don't talk about on DH. Actually, I think that was my never smash. Right. You know, there is There are many conversations in the book. People never surround each other Fortunate anyway on DH, I think I added another layer of never special top of that. I scraped my knee. In it. There are so many divisions here to talk about. You know, you have characters of different ages, different backgrounds, different races, different socioeconomic classes. So what is exploring a love affair between them? Give you what opportunities does that give you as a storyteller? What was exciting D about it. Well, First of all, I mean, if you're right, I mean, I suppose you could describe this kind of a romantic comedy, dooming its moments and monthly therea jokes in it. And the thing with romantic comedies is that there are always obstacles that stopped the characters getting together on DH. As you know, this has become Degraded over the years, the romantic comedy Maybe so it ends up with some. You know, the guy doesn't like dogs in the garden doesn't like catch. That's what's stopping them getting together..

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Overdue

"I'm Craig I'm Andrew I'm Margaret I'm Katherine and this is two different shows at the same time crossover event before. No one has ever done this before. Science didn't know if it was possible. Marvel we'll find out if it is possible by the end. So yes thank you for these lovely introductions and for having us here We are going to apparently debate books for Television. Novels versus television novels. I can and who better to do it than a book. Podcast and TV podcast. So we're GonNa send our discussion today on one text of just for you know why not give something all to work with so we are going to be talking about Nick Hornby High Fidelity As well as the Hulu adaptation of the show the movie exists. I'm sure you've heard of it. We're Cusak Jack. Black Joan cusak scandalous. This movie sounds really occur. His Mom Bona so if you never listened to overdo before The main rule the show is at one of us. Read the book and then talks about what the other co host having never read it before. So I I read a high fidelity for today having never read it before. Is there like a? Are we following any of? Atv's rules will mean. Some of US have watched all of it. Others have only watched some of it so yes the inversion is that I've watched all of it. Andrew has only watched some of them. We've all just watched all of it so we're breaking all of ATV's roles so this is going swimmingly Chauhan's who knows high fidelity great. Okay Cool Tian so cool so just to get like a working sense of the story. We want to know what? The book is right. Margaret. You told me that I should do a summary of the book as quickly as possible and then I left the phone I could have done. A countdown with Yeah Great. I knew you would be on it into minutes three minutes. We have three minutes on the clock. I mean when you're ready. I'm summary. I might be able to do it in less than three. We'll see me go. So there's a guy named rob and he talks to the rear the whole time at his perspective. He's kind of a loser. He's British northern London. I think And he opens the book by going through his top five desert island breakup of all time more on that later He's been broken up with at least five times. That's how he knows he's a loser. It builds to the fact that his current love. Laura the same name as my wife. So it's weird read. This book has just decided to leave him. Ultimately for the neighbor upstairs. Who robbed thinks is a jerk. Rob Finds Out and he thinks that this kind of sucks rob also works at a somewhat failing record store with to do the name. Berry Dick Called Championship. Vinyl Berry is like the top five mastery sums up all of his ideas and these top five list. How many time crush less than two minutes left okay? Great thank you. I needed that. I WAS GOING TO BURN TIME. So Barry is kind of a jerk and he like when he sells records to people they like ask for record is terrible. You should buy this one instead. That's his whole deal except he's British so that was terrible you should do. This was Dick is like the sweet one. And he's just a nice guy to hang around he gets a girlfriend later in the book And Berries mean to him about it later. Laura baby breaks up with Ian. There's like Oh here's what it is. Rob Is distressed by the break-up Laura so he embarks on a plan to revisit and unpack all of his previous breakup. It's a mix of facts fact-finding and inflicting damage on other people to make himself feel better. He does have a sort of a relationship with an American musician named Marie. She seems read and played by Lisa. Bonet in the movie. Thank you Margaret Anytime. We stepped interruptions. He has a bad ish relationship with his parents mostly that he doesn't really pay attention to them. He doesn't know how to feed himself into into their lives selfish. Jerk yes and the two big events with his on again off again Girvan Laura Will they get back together? There's a chance maybe in the book Nine percent chance And then her dad's funeral later in the book where they like reconnect over this big event. He goes and then freaks out because he has this real big big bad fear of mortality and then she leaves because she has the same thing and then they get back together and she's like challenging him to be a better version of himself. But you still got kind of slacker loser guy and he's now thirty five seconds and now that I've interrupted you. You have thirty seconds okay. And he's not sure if he can toss off this mantra that he's been living by. Which is it's not how you what is it. It's not the way you are just thought you like you like. It's what you like what you're like what you like. And that's how it starts the book and then the book is really just his journey to the other version of that sentence. Which is it's not what you like. It's what you are like well So so I'm sure. Let a whole bunch of stuff out so if you love the movie then you're like what about that scene where they are going to talk about but I wanNa make sure that we all had a working knowledge of the plot and I usually on our show take a lot longer than that but we have other stuff to talk about so call me. How many seconds left you over? You ran out of time. Un over but like barely over and we were trolling you the whole time. Yeah good I think you crush. They're very proud of yourself. Screaming proud you should feel like you just sold a copy of blonde blonde by Bob Dylan to someone who didn't have it in their vinyl collection and desperately needed thanks. Margaret. That's all I needed to hear today so that we know where this book came from. Andrew wanted to tell us about our author Mr Hornby. Oh you mean Nicholas Peter John Hornby one in the same love to telling you Sean. So many how many I names does the Guy Danny. How First Name Yeah. He is best known for books like High Fidelity also about a boy which both became successful movies and early two thousands published..

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"You like the idea of experimenting for experimenting sake. Or just look this is how the work is going to get done in this direction. It's it's an obvious idea for the shape anything analogy can do the shape. I have to just shove it to run side or or Trump foes into shape. It wasn't intended to be a misses. A perfect example of fat. I didn't know when I started it, but it would ever get married or that it would ever attract the attention, and and people just seemed to accommodate absorbed new from quite quickly. Now, you did a version of this. I'm gonna I loved it. And I'm going to embarrassments because I'm not at the number was at songbook. Yeah. Yeah. So it was it was twelve essays about or any number of essays about this many songs it came with this ED. Yeah. Because it was still back when that consume us mccranie's published. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's where I learned about was Loudon Wainwright Rufus Wainwright. It was refurbished. Yeah. So you should go dig that up. I don't know if it's in print, or if you can tell the audience, they should go up, you know, where it is. But so so you've always liked that sort of experimental thing. And it seems like you are commercially successful enough that you have the capacity to try different things. Yeah. But I think I've been emboldened really buy things becoming commercially successful that seem to me to be commercially. I'm promising when I first started doing them. We'll think sample. Well, fever pitch fatal pitch has written in the foam of football match reports. And so at the time, I was writing I thought I don't know. I I mean, a publisher paid for in the end, and I maybe some awesome fence would read it. But it kind of transcended the full that it was eight and people didn't seem tonight's that. It was a memoir in the form of match reports. And but it certainly kind of quirky. Or felt quick when I start to that. But because it worked what commercially? Then you think okay? It doesn't seem to matter as long as there is an accessible in the actual stuff itself. It doesn't matter. What the full Mays? I'm if you started writing backwards forever then. Yeah. Good luck to you. But that isn't what I do. I'm a similar. I always ask successful people like yourself if you were starting out today, what would your career path look like same level of talent say mobile, the ma'am Bishen, which you have more options fewer options. Would you be funneled a different way? I think that the interesting thing about books is this still the quickest and easiest way to find like minded souls, actually. So a good publishing house full of small editors they're looking for stuff in the same way. As everybody else. But it's it's a much quick Hawaii to get to start off because publishers will take a risk on the first time or in the hope of investing in a career, and nobody takes risk on the first time in movies. They all rather. They don't think we like this one, but the full screenplay that's really something at because live is cost fifty million dollars to make say you lie the dunk, get the mail. You get the mate. There's no sense of we're going to print two thousand copies hype. It does. Well, if it doesn't well the second night, and this is that there are still people reading full length books and ways hard to tell now because the my subway commutes change because it used to be us on people holding near times a day fr- in hard copy books. You can't say anyone. Yeah. And it's hard to imagine. They are frankly, it seems like they're all playing some version of not angry birds you'd be playing instead. Yes. Yeah. But. Books do sell and attention is drawn to book. Some you know, we can all think of. Yeah. Someone what my friends I t Smith who's come to permanence entirely Nestle to post Email age and she's done fine. And she's not dumbed down, she's super smart, it's proper literary fiction..

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Still here with no corn be was agreed to keep talking to me just delightful as I mentioned books movies. You're doing do screenplays for things that are not your own bugs television shows. And this is your is this your first TV show. I acted a for the BBC was that loves Nina was cold about the mountainous diary that somebody said the conventional wisdom now is that people who wanna tell stories like the stories you wanna tell their thoughtful and kind of smallish stories, and maybe there is no explosion. And probably not have a lot of existing marvel IP that that no longer happens in movies and all people like you have moved to television. So how much time do you think about whether or not you want to be TV writer or a net? Flicks writer, Hulu writer are apple TV plus writer, but then if I spend much time thinking about what kind of charges because either I have an idea for something, right? And and if I have a TV ideal righter as TV and see what happens to it. But I think you're right. I think that the hardest move is to get made. Now, the ones that you might need fifty million dollars for a price one hundred fifty million dollars for which would be, you know, the the this Brooklyn and education, multiple they had just so hard till you wrote you didn't read the book, but you're at the screen very well. Yeah. But they are so hard to get financed and like the kind of kailua in and it takes many years the of the fun has gone by the time. He gets to the point where you're still trying to get in or on a couple of the the want to try and do I a couple of times I've done over the last couple of years whites for the usual at or money or director or something and how do you distinguish between? A movie is this in a television show is that other than the actual who's financing for and worth being distributed. Is there a difference in the in the storytelling? Now, there is a difference. I I think it just have it starts for the back in your head. So when you start thinking, maybe that you would like to write to television series than even before you've had the germ of the idea of the shape that you're thinking about that it's gonna be episode because Saudi maybe it will guide to a second season or season. And and so it's not like you any kind of category era, the it's built into your head right from the style because again, one of the tropes that you'll hear is the game of thrones folks will say this is a seventy six hour movie. I don't even know if they say that anymore. And of course, that there's no such thing say like it's reasonable to say that this. We the form can change that people can now watch something over ten or twelve or maybe even twenty hour. But it is one long story. And we can there's no reason that just because we were forced to distribute things in specific ways, we can't change them. Now music used to be a certain length because the the vinyl could only carry so much. I keep thinking about the things that we thought were given 's when you're examining turned out just to be the logic. Nations. You know, it's really a book is rarely that shot because it's better for everybody. That is not psych fast. You can't hold in your hand if it's that much. But yeah. And if it's like this, no one will pay for it. If I most books conveniently fair for one hundred pages long, and as you say, it was vinyl, which was forty minutes, and it was CDs, which you're seventeen minutes and a now everything's become unmoved from its physical being. And if if you told me twenty years ago to you'd be able to Email someone a some out of the between now the Masan rich in the a song was a piece of plastic or a piece of silver or something anything. How can you do that? But it it just now everything's floated free, and and yes, if you want to make something work in your shape than you can do that. And that's quite. Yeah..

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"The couple. Okay. That's ends is only ever going to be ten minutes. And in the high maintenance stuff, those are standalone stories there. Yeah. Short story. It stands alone. There's a recurring character, but almost barely ten generally involved. But this is a this is one story you have to watch it from being okay? Yeah. And so when you present it to your producing people is the reaction. This is great. But there's no format for this. No. We don't do this anywhere. Yes. But very liked enough to say, well, can we have a go and see where we get with? And on a think, it was the passing conversation rave Sundance AMC where they said, well, we got this thing. We don't know what it is. I shouldn't think he'd be interested, and they said straits way. Oh, absolutely. We liked the sound of that we want to do it. And they did it. And it was it was pretty straight. I was googling. And at some point this thing. There's a headline says this was a BBC production was the BBC touching at some point. Or is that just not it'd be district? Okay. Bought Bought it. it but Sundance pay for it. And yeah, go ahead. Yeah. And do they talk to you at all at some point and say, I know we talked about ten ten minute episodes, but we've gone back, and we don't really know what to do with this. Or are they all in once? They've was mentioned again. All we ever talked about was how do we shove it? What's the best way of sharing it? But I never said rethink it. So what's what's the what's the challenge of writing in that sort of short compressed form? Well, first of all it sort of flipped on its head because the short compressed foam turned out to be liberation in the. You never get to write ten page dollar Saint in a movie or TV show. You don't get to have ten minutes conversation. Yeah. And I love writing. So when I started I thought, oh, this is great. This is like, you know, you think you'll writing miniatures, but you'll being given as it were the link of Ulysses in a conversation. So it didn't feel like that. But then the challenges if you're if you have a facility with dialogue, which I think I do I mean, probably with the native and postitive connotations about would that you can keep going forever. And then you get to the end of my ten pages. And I think I've got nowhere. This couple hasn't moved like stuck on the same loop in the conversation. I go to guy back and compress it because if you look at them each episode kind of has a beginning a middle and an end rice something they start talking about. Leads them somewhat which might take them to a bad place. And they end up slightly further about what the week before each episode destruction. And I think obviously a story alka the ten episodes. So it was really making sure that. The ten minutes contained some kind of development, and you didn't just get endlessly self-indulgent with the conversation. And when you're writing this, you have the challenge slash liberation having these ten pages of dialogue, and that's great. Are you thinking about how your audience is going to watch this? And whether they're going to watch it in ten straight sittings or they're going to watch it once a week and come back to India to remind them of what they're watching. I never thought of that stuff. I thought I'm just going to write because it really was like Herbie at this point. It was I've got you can do this this. And so I didn't think of any of that stuff star..

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"I feel like makes it as the nemesis. It looks like it was a very fun to play from the Saudi point of view, very fun fun. Excellent group of people great material. And I do remember Melissa McCarthy just like may going who is this incredible. And obviously she was so established from Gilmore goals and all her other work, but she really as blew up after that. And she's yet. Starred opposite. Her spy, which is hilarious as well. And there is something. I think particularly funny about seeing rose burned deliver these like, vulgar, filthy lines of dialogue after. I mean, oh is that the natural? You is that is that who you. I am a styling. Right. That's right. Yeah. So it is within your soul. So your new film. This is an adaptation of a Nick Hornby novel. Juliet naked, and you aggressively went after this role. I did I'd read the novel in two thousand nine when it came out, and I just loved it. It was really bittersweet specific Nicole and be tone. You know, like, the arrested development someone growing up regretful nece, and it's such a gift the characters he gives you as an actus to then put them into a screenplay and try to bring it to life. So yeah, when I heard that would do in the movie, I was like, please. Can I made on it? Can I read you would read the book before? Yeah. I'd read the book, and what did you think of your character? I thought she was intriguing. I thought that I loved her breaking all the rules and taking all these risks and acting out, and she's is kind of uptight buttoned up, very British lady. Who then goes against all her rules? Did you ever watch Seinfeld?.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Filmspotting

"It's based on a novel by Nick, Hornby stars, rose Byrne, Chris O'Dowd, and yes, Ethan Hawke. We joked that with that combination of actors plus Hornby. It really didn't make any sense that we weren't reviewing it and we're gonna try to make up for that lapse now and then some in a couple of weeks by devoting most of the show to Mr. Hawke. But I, I have to say that I did catch up with Juliet naked over the weekend and it's another romantic comedy. It's a romantic comedy week here, I suppose with crazy, rich, Asians, and. There's some formula to it. There's certainly some cliches certainly at its core, but I liked it and it might be because I like Ethan Hawke so much here. He plays Tucker, Crowe. A musician who made a seminal kind of cult classic album back in the nineties then disappeared for a couple of decades. He's got a devoted obsessed fan in Chris O'Dowd, who is the boyfriend of rose Byrne's character. She is of course wonderful in the film as she always is a great comedic talent. But with some serious chops and she becomes disillusioned with her life with Chris O'Dowd character and actually does end up through means, I will really spoil here though it comes early in the film ends up corresponding with and developing a relationship with her boyfriend's favourite musician of all time who no one can even find on the planet. Maybe it's because I'm a sucker for Hornby material as well. But I can't give a recommendation to Juliet naked and going back to doubt just for one second, you know, I'm all in on Christmas sina who just missed our top. Five, Chris power ranking Justice O'Dowd made the list at number five for me number four from your, I do feel much better about it now. No slight on Christmas sina who you know I had such great bonding experience with with petty Clarkson. Yeah, you're almost as tight with them as you are with Patty? Yeah, almost at our sharp objects for MIR and QNA if you weeks back. But Chris O'Dowd is so good, so funny. But so human has this kind of pathetic fan boy that I think it might just override other reservations I perceive you will have with the film light enough to elevate fi personally, my have with predicting your review since he's my number four, Chris, I think he'll carry the day for him. Yeah, he just might. We probably won't get too much talk about Juliet naked and that eastern knock performance next week on the show. We are going to hear from eastern hawk himself, though my conversation with him about his new directing effort, blaze. He does appear in the movie though. If I'm remembering correctly only off camera, I think we only hear. Voice. He's conducting an interview as a radio host, but he did direct the film. It's based on the life of the Texas singer. Songwriter one of the first outlaw country artists blazed fully. We will also share our top five. Well, we haven't fully defined this yet, but we're gonna share anything top five, maybe performances? Probably performances non Richard Linklater though. Yeah, that'd make kitten does that's going to be really tough. We're gonna bring in some help for this and that would be the next picture shows Keith Phipps. He's going to join us for the top five keep just publishing article at.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on KPCC

"Oldfashioned it's super oldfashioned can nobody even tries to do this anymore he's not selling anything and i think that's what's arresting about it in kind of thrilling about it 'cause even your basic indie art house movies still trying to be a studio movie it's still wants to win an oscar it's still hoping to crack fifty mill you know a hundred percent on rotten tomatoes you know you're saying all of this and i'm thinking about the third film you have coming out which is juliet naked the adaptation of the nick hornby novel and like about a boy it's a book and a story about the opposite side of fame and success doesn't mean that things are going to work out and famed doesn't mean that it's natural it's necessarily going to be good for the person who is famous that in some ways verse reformed but especially blaze and juliet naked are telling very different stories of what it means to be recognized and what it means to have an impact on the world then she loved that this prayer lord protect me from what i want you know it's it's a very beautiful sentiment and i don't know why it seems so important to me but throughout my life i've really wrestled maybe it's because it came so young but i've really wrestled uncomfortably with the position of celebrity something about it as always struck me as dishonest and fake and there's no doubt for me that rivers death univer phoenix was the first my first scene partner you know and so you know he's the first person of my generation to be kind of a starting to really develop and blossom as an artist my own private idaho like when we all saw that like oh rivers not just like getting jobs he's expressing himself his he's an actor artist in that was very exciting in jealousy inducing like well you knew it it's hard not to think that celebrity played it impact on his death you know it's hard not for me not to believe that and so i instantaneously it wasn't like an intellectual conversation to talk about being celebrities lay man it was like oh wait if you buy into that you can possibly kill yourself but even worse sometimes is believing in lies and falsehoods in i see a lot of people when they get successful they could've inter formaldehyde.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Know working with mike i had to thank nick hornby for reading highfidelity you know so hastily what happened afterwards she was not happy with me it did blow over effort would you know after a few cocktails was fine because we were you know we were in an award show and we were are our award was pretty early in the evening to so it was like i i putt we've by apologising by the end of the night it didn't matter who was fine i i've never told a story on the air i've never told a story on the year while right i don't know why i'm not sure why i did now that's what it's with the a boy it happens though but i just i didn't have any but i will say this no i am not making any excuse but i didn't have a piece of paper with people's names on it in front of me why hillary swank did what he did name the calf i did said the ki said you ever think the cast in you would think you can looting wife oh yeah my wife in the cast yeah could you see her from the stage uh no okay at least there wasn't like your staring at her and knowing yeah look at rush you standing right in front of me and i didn't think kerr she was at the edge of the stage looking at me she was crying no like chaired low so i don't feel as bad erin it's time to break the news is is coming up next welcome back everybody nick gilio here on seven twenty w g and were live in the allstate showcase studio right here on michigan avenue and it's raining looking out the window you're on michigan avenue and it's rain it uh yeah it's k know it's kind of pretty when we were up on the seventh floor to look out on the rain now it just looks like they're looking at the street it's raining it's not pretty when you're on the street level that was it.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"You know what this event is up if you're trying to keep something in secret nobody will know that let us to if you do what if you do what you say something that no one will hear the pretty good podcast threw it out i guess this is a say space yeah dave it's safe mostly from showbiz six ass i dave what what were the circumstances just laziness really too lazy to get divorced mets never really following through on the paperwork whenever i am whenever i'm tired you know i going home with my wife and three children i i'm exhausted you know my my babies kept wales africa what half the night you know so when it so forth how how wake up in all think to myself god you know what i could use an additional family but up dave did you did you have to get it did you like get divorced or whatever you had to do what before the wedding yes that constricted here you know you that's not scott polygamy is frowned upon it's like you know here in england each illegal timber the i had to complete the paperwork first so so okay other within the bunker fucking there has been there's been a little theme here and i think on the surface this is an exciting momentous occasion has to do with you know the end of relationships the beginning of a new one new love but at its core supplements occasion about paperwork.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I will the next person to get the momentous occasion mike just for can handle it like an american okay that's all i asia during do it when you oscar how when he ask you how you are saying not too bad thanks contemplacion life bitter that their hyperbole and we're lightoak these the officer announced the way we stay that was all three and host of the evolutionary every opportunity for a learning i aisha what's your momentous occasion well what i i went on a church choir tour westminster abbey iit's your how old are you now twenty you just been hanging on level gone lettings young if no is fucking are you should was eleven jordan jersey go already existed and guess what else is realize we all not me baby a sprint yourself part of her dog bit me from outlier mummy pretend who cares are you see okay we so we you were eleven sorry i went on a chech play tour of westminster abbey one westminster abbey is a famous english thing yeah it's just a really big church okay cool vince though on we were taken up to the organ loft and the organ was made praying for the coronation of king george the sick in nineteen thirty six i think i'll many mementos occasions miss car all of the history of britain i believe that it is her momentous occasions golden jubilee this in the guy who is giving the tour settle does anyone what to play the organ my dad at which point pick male put me on the stool because i just thought to piano lessons and the only thing that you had to play with she'll be coming round the mocked which he comes.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Sorry i mean if you've been a few minutes edwin what's what's your momentous occasion so i live in orlando florida motel by your accent yes my movements you sound like mickey is a escaping from hurricane ah on one of the very last flights out of orlando apple before they decided to shut the hope lays down did you just decide to fucking well first of all congratulations i with that i it's wonderful i'm glad that you i'm glad that you got out of there did you just see the bike the map on cable news and you're like fuck america about it here now you're wear in london now yes cheaper to fly to like arizona no i i'd books mitra folks the uk well in advance and it just happened peeve of the data i chose the fly out oh so you did nothing clever no do you think it's possible that hurricane erma was actually god punishing florida for not having edwin anymore it's very possible edward congratulations on on being here in being alive and pre relatively dry edward ray worth aisha aisha aisha aisha right over here hi how are you i'm fine thank you are you i'm wealth can the just keep playing down guys okay arrives them nuts why why aren't they yelling at us i want the next person and assignment of an issue we will get you i'm excited to hear what you have to say take the time the next person.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Apparently at trent this is real this is an email apparently it translates to big poppa apparently loves it when you call on that we're back on your territory our fingers i think the problem here is that no one in the family actually speaks hebrew and so they have just like typed it into a like an internet translator they typed in big poppa and got that we sort of like did you see the guy barrick guy who was wearing the irish themed shirt that he thought said in irish blue lives matter which is a like a racist version of black lives matter but it actually just said black lives matter adorable yup we we can describe this man a little bit at for the folks at home is a kind of a silver fox is is not because he's up our firm to saint sure yet photo looks like a he's a retired cop who writes thrillers a real boss tight well lake bosch real a real boss daddy but he's already got nine grandchildren who called him grumkas a wine throw in another name if one's working adequately yeah why are they so special with the 10th get get your your trip down on this whole thing mike conley that was fine i mean i store again i hate to suggest restore were pretty good for the he's so it'll probably worked for this man i i just suggest something that's a call back to win hill in in in nick weren't here with us but your description of him as a silver fox immediately made me think that he should be called foxy grandpa deep guy anybody was listening.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"She says she's used it to make sourdot pretzels and she's an opening to make bread bowls pizza dough and pancakes just to name a few but maybe not now jordan says it's a jar i think he should say it looks like there's common math jarl rather than a jar of come like a jar of cameras of things oh some of us have collections this is a thing no the jr icon united answer which are inviting intimidated by the conversations enormous eastall suggest how i yeah stores store salt store done he's got a pig okay so this is a guilt which is a female pig bit hasn't had a litter of pigs to cross between a mule foot and a tamworth pig she's gonna pharaoh which is to say give birth sometime later this month enemy in the pay iran giving birth tons and still armed unnamed for the pay i know i know she's a regular dr james herriot she's been brainstorming old lady at old lady named to start with g her guardian dog humphrey bogart makes an appearance in some voters that you can't see so i shouldn't have said that say there is one of the dog yeah then we can see the dog rare so yes i mean i guess maybe if you wanted to go off that there's dog name humphrey bogart i don't know if you want to keep going down with classic cinema but that's an option i guess i mean gubert goal murder this year both classic g old lady.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I i i just think that people i'm the move macos gets dangerously close to them like starting to talk about like ours if it's a character in their life fun transform is way either we'll just have you ever seen the movie manhattan woody allen movie yeah i feel like the city of new york is sort of a character in that you you see the problem syria yet know i'm actually not a learning ever seen the television show night writer yeah the cars with the character what about the streets of san francisco yeah fucking in seoul done john streets of san francisco is a perfect name for this fucking it relies a character in yeah know i think british whether she live we have to assume san francisco guess mike hardly get hybrid it's francisco unless there's it's jennings too long straights in san francisco alleged streets street let's let's call it streets in favor of england's most beloved terrible wrap like musician there are some i just two government for blue briefly there are some very nicely named english football teams and i think it would be cool to have a hall named after football team that no one else in america were now about under under one i was thinking of was at cranston stanley yeah i can saw lacking gerrymandered but how is that said again it's cring tim eight double see ring trn and then stanley and you can pull extend me obviously stanley bucket rules that is a great day.

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"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"It was believable other way the whole robbie williams thing and all those plants friars girls no problem sure cut by this nice seventeen 24 known for your novels and your producer we're not here for jokes we're here for back a safe accident any other port part of that part of the programme youth that you've had a problem with up till now now at this sitting there listening to you talk back fix nudity fervor for now irish area welcome to jordan maybe it would they were getting into a life of mit went straight from nudity to think yeah yeah welcome jermaine we're going to bring was smooth bring it back around point boy sort of like the ryan seacrest of america what seat famous for ryan seacrest couldn't tell ya we have valet do we have ryan seacrest well other other blunting de presented he is a host of american idle mary then he's these i'm very but we don't have ryan seacrest right i mean himself wiz by girl was my girl called for lay antiisraeli joe and places word field abreu of vienna brings kira bruce use what's up she could get it the owner bruce in separate tree in late two thousand three should get it way back then i am also most of impersonate movement on television she fine very very so warm we are those of american antics roadshow is a mandate mark l walberg world's worst markov for her.

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Jesse, Jordan, GO!

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"nick hornby" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Hey gang jordan here just breaking in with a few announcements and a of very special guest brian sonny de fernandez the producer of this program uh noted television writer and all around great guy who's a laughter delights everywhere and upset snow one yeah i don't have said anyone with my laughter i'll say hello and i'm sorry both brian nice to have you on mike i feel like we haven't we haven't talked to you in an official capacity in a while yet to be it here it's it's also a unnerving but i'm excited to be able sneak in here for a quick holiday break yet s so you assuming that our listeners i think would love to hear about you injure you lovely wife got a new dog recently so you are a europe europe puppy pair these days we have where are we're prepared now and we are a little dog she's a call yourselves mommy in daddy daddy mumia data you're going out it's worse it's worse than that we have it's mom and dad dad who bore i thought he added ramelan greatly no no yeah meemaw yeah it's really bad it's pretty bad we gotta when she was six weeks old their names alice and she is she's a mini australian shepherd and it's it's in but i've gone to places now in my life that i never thought that i would go to i'm embarrassed about it what's what's an example of something that you've done you you could not have foreseen i will walking around an airport going like to hope pp like 'pedophile or like carrying her desperately to the to the pat room where you know you have to go and they issue just will not go and you're going alice please go potty go pa i've said the party more time it'll has two three months that i've ever set of my life is so there's a there's a when you travel with her there is like a there's an airport area for dogs to open show you yet.

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