18 Burst results for "Peter Hunt"

"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"We're gone through the sixties where we had sean connery who really exploded onto the scene. As you know the seven to watch and coming out in nineteen sixty nine George lazenby coming onto the scene with his new movie actually. It was his very first so we ever did which is really interesting. They took this novice actor and really turned them into this international superstar. And some things. I really think make the storm. Great are you know it was the last bond one thousand nine hundred sixties. So you still had that kind of light trendsetting where you know it was still this big huge spectacle and you knew exactly what you want expect from a bond film and i think it really one alma super solid note so growing up. You knows always kind of like a battle for me. Joy like sean. Or joel. Like roger back and forth but you know i feel like the older i get more can really really enjoy this movie. Basically you have gone. He's hot on the trail blow feld. He's trying to find specter after the events of you only live twice and it's it's kind of interesting because if you grew up reading the books there's a huge difference. Because in the original series of novels majesty's secret service is next film in the blow fell trilogy versus when he gets the film's now it follows. What would have been the last novel in that trilogy. So it kind of leads. Some confusion by think as peter hunt direct. That film really helped it out. Yeah going into it being like a prior editor and then going straight into the director. See you can kind of go through and direct the film the way you want. And then at there's certain countries or certain shots you want. I think his influence really help that. Stand out and i've always thought that It was unfortunate that peter never got a chance to do another one. Because i thought he did a fabulous job. That was a terrific mostly did yeah he did. And i think you're right. His editing experience really owned his. I'm going to take this shot in this shot in this shot he was terrific. That was a great great job. You're right. I think you're right. He did an absolutely fantastic job. And i think it's always a a strange irony that for someone that is a great editor and does really fast action. You end up with one of the longest films. Yes yes yes. But i love every minute of it. It's one of my favorites to jersery. wondered about. That is a new. They've often said that. No with majesty's secret service. How the kind of finale goes with bond announ Tracy kind of a new that they are talking about. Bump that to the opening teaser. For diamonds are forever so wonder if by clean at the villa. That's what caused it to run so long. You know maybe would have only been you know two hours long but then by adding that ended somme extra minutes because they had to close out the end of that story..

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"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"All right then. One of the guards. Here's the grappling hook of course in walks over towards it. There seems to be cactus plants around him in one of these silos type structures again. Where are we you know. We've seen palm trees. We seen cactus and there are some central american countries. That have both but we don't know where exactly is as he walks to investigate bonds already up and over the wall and he knocks the guard out so okay the wall only looked like maybe it was twenty feet anywhere or so and so yeah we could believe that bond he's bond you can make it up over the wall and in a very short time. So that's been one of the criticisms of this scene is like the hell. Can you get up over that wall. By the time this guy walked over three had three seconds from the time he fires at kind of the time to guard gets knocked out is three seconds of time. Okay probably couldn't make it up three seconds. But i'm going to give them a little bit of willing suspension of disbelief here and say it may twenty seconds or so and peter hunt did like to cut adding tight. So we'll we'll give it that i guess so then bond runs again and those black leather shoes yes carrying a pack and he's running towards one of the cylindrical structures just as another guard disappears between two of the structures he runs around part of the structure on its side searches for a switch. He obviously knew it would be there so he's very well prepared and no worse where this hidden button is to open the entrance. And this is a more self-assured bond decisive moving with ease. Unlike the fake bond we saw in the pre title sequence in from russia with love. Yeah that's because this time. Israeli burned so we say square will output in abundances closing the door behind him and looks like an awfully some type. Van book huge. This is a classic. Can adam set the camera. angle is now below bond..

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Royal response fails to end anger over Meghan racism claims

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Royal response fails to end anger over Meghan racism claims

"Some parts of the British media and royal observers think Buckingham palace's response to prince Harry and Meghan's allegations of racism and mistreatment has failed to quiet the controversy too little too late is the verdict of royal commentator Peter hunt who also criticized the policy sixty one word statement saying the issue will be dealt with privately as a family matter writing on the website of the influential British magazine the spectator hunt adds this delayed to tame statement went for predictability when on predictability stepping out of the wins a comfort zone was what was needed other observers have criticized the royal family for not falsely condemning racism and suggesting the couple's version of events may not be accurate Charles Taylor this month London

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"peter hunt" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"From the nether. Dlc we finally have a song for the warped forest. Have you had a chance to listen to. These amazing works by peter hunt if not i encourage you to give them a listen and side note What if merging ads culpa pipes not item transportation but rather full music perhaps placing a culpa. Pipe would make a note. Sound like a whole note instead of a staccato. Sound just some fun food for thought. I've been the mishmar magic mirror dot mp three. I think that's a a terrarium reference in the mp threes..

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"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"So we jump into the rolls royce. That was done on location in portugal and then when we go over the bridge in portugal we carried on in the studio pinewood studios so the fights house. Hydro draco office was down first before we go to portugal and We had little rehearsal for the camera. We had a rehearsal for pizza then We did the little shuffle. A little little scuffle it'll pushing and shoving. If i may say so y- you can edit this yes or no. George hit cheech on the chin and she's a guy played by urban allen. Yeah so chase you gave out of big scream and run off the set. So joy looks at me and i thought well. I'm pleased as he got it instead of meat. They went so on on franklin. St they run up to see off the set sought. She brought him back in georgia. The he didn't speak to each of the rest of the film like sound funny. But at the time it was an old part of filmmaking steph he makes peter hunt there and you've mentioned a couple times talk a little bit more about working with him because he's i'd just love his work so well if i can tell you in my own words yeah sure. I have an audition whole the film and the catch into writer each toll my agent he said. Well we like terry. Let him come to pinewood studios and meet. I made harry's always been a memoir decide on the who we wanna use for the film. So i wanted to apply so jones leach they took me into. Cpa's mckesson do right to dawson. Level and harry. Saltzman peterson terry. You said i seen your resume would you. You've done on the cash inert cherry peter. I think terry's ideal for rafael so again. He said fine. He said. I've got other people to see so peterson. Leave it with me terry. And we'll see what we can do. You see you. You look terrific you you do. Engine and I suppose great. So we'd laser. I got a call on the said. They wanted to give me a a ten week. Contract eighty five pound a week. He's sought input locations in portugal switzerland. I couldn't believe my luck. I couldn't believe my luck. And they were all. I met peter. Hunt matt harry solve. I've met harry sullivan before on that thing when he was He was casting funeral umbrella. And so i've met him a couple of years before that. So when you when you know these people you see these people they nod. And anyway peter hunt was. I liked his director. He would talk to you about the character. He loved the business. You love people in it. Ed time for everybody and it's something that you want to put it into a scene. Peter would say okay. Let me see. Let me say so. Goes a couple of little things. Lie put in which he would she gnawed allies but he was a an actor director and so lucky to work with him with him in malo private. I about four or five years later in shepherd's studios e cast me personally to play a hit man but a great director super director super human being. That's great to hear a couple of things you added that he liked. Peter hunt like he did. Some editing of karl. Yeah yeah yeah sure when. We drove double o seven to drako's office. The rolls royce stopped. I li- germantown. I said cal roundly. Rama's side of the dole juicing case bottom pushes me away satirically. And let's see it..

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"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:14 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Short pieces from French pianist Gregory Ought the album called Parable. Aalst US Kink Kink Bar That is a poem by Peter Hunt gave that appears throughout the movie wings of desire by The German director, then vendors which inspired this whole record of piano music by Gregory Ought. We heard Continuum one Kinte. Continuum to continuum is a theme that goes through this record will hear parts three and four in a bit. We are listening to on this edition of new sounds, music inspired by the film's of them vendors right now, from your gun Kidnappers soundtrack to the film itself will hear Cathedral of books in this scene. The Angels are looking down at a grand library. And hearing the voices of all the stories being told in the books. It's one of the most beautiful moments in the film and perhaps of unsettling one as well. And then we'll hear glacial Valley where kidnapper uses the full chorus and orchestra. After that, we return to Gregory ought for the peace. Berlin Coral, where the piano is a kind of minimalist flavor, And there's a simple bell accompaniment really lovely piece and then as promised, Continuum number three So the first two pieces the big quarrel and orchestral stuff is from your gun. Kidnappers actual score two wings of desire. The short piano pieces are from Gregory Oughts album inspired by that movie. My place is just a random question. Thank you. He's a guy. Once again French.

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"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"I on television first of all when you watch a bond movie in an audience. I mean there's the whole dynamic going on now to really. Do we really have to go to movies anymore. I mean everything's available streaming baba but that's baloney. I mean you go to the movies for the visceral experience of being in a crowd. That's going to odd just like you are or laugher. Jig i still maintain fifty six years later. Goldfinger in a theater has the same laughs at did back in sixty four thirty when she says my name is pussy galore and he says i must be dreaming audience laughing. You're not going to achieve that in a room by yourself. Come on and of course. They've packed this new bond movie with a lot of stuff. I mean it's it's packed to the gills. It's i think it's over two hours and forty minutes. I mean big big serious. Chunky bond movie which i'm looking forward to. Yeah me too. Can't wait absolutely. I think we may have. I've always said Guys that there are three things certain in life death taxes and james bond movies. I have no doubt that there will be bond movies into the next century. This is the this is the gift that keeps on giving and it's because they've never strayed from it being a family entertainment there. There was a little bit of stray in the second timothy dalton movie a licensed to kill it got to be a little too dark but i think overall there are very few staples in entertainment that have delivered like the james bond movies absolutely true so we talked about some of the interviews. You've done where you've got some of the year facts any of the in the book that you just found absolutely fascinating that you didn't get from an interview and how did you find you know it's very interesting when you watch the movies very carefully and you discover things that you didn't notice before sometimes that makes very good entry. The one that comes to mind. Of course and i probably didn't pay much attention to it when i first heard about when not the obamas ticking down in goldfinger and it's ticks down to zero seven you hear shawn's dialogue three more ticks and mr goldfinger hit the jackpot. Well excuse me sean. It says oh seven and the way it was explained to me by peter hunt was simply that they came up with the idea after the fact and they didn't have time to change the line. Free more ticks stayed in there and there are a few of those in the movie that all the movies that pop up that just you you get the entries from repeated viewing of things. You know things that That don't make a lot of sense. And of course. Peter hunt was always trying to fix continuity errors in the movies. He points to a number of them on thunderball were on his underwater. He takes the black man he loses. Luma takes a black mask and then at the scene later. He's wearing the blue mask again things like that. But that's a whole different ball of wax. But in terms of i get my entries from all different sorts of things from watching the movies from the interviews from the internet. Talking to friends for instance when one of my first book came out. I got a lot of people writing me saying. Would you include this entry in your next edition. Like for instance And i'll look him up right now because this was something. I did not put it in the book. Originally.

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"peter hunt" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"The time was a big deal just hit how his technique of cutting back on movement and inserting sounds like impact sounds makes the action very visceral in a way that you know, when we look for example in our era when we saw The Bourne Supremacy wage I was like, you know that shaky-cam action that's really propulsive that felt like a real game-changer for action. But that's what Peter hunt was doing here with his depiction of action. I was quite surprised by sort of the physicality is this film I had I think is my most recent experience of Sean Connery Bond had been I think I've watched Never Say Never recently in time as a forever. Yeah. We still get me wrong. He still quite physical bondage. But this point he is, you know, here's a statue of a man the physicality about him and if you feel the punch, yeah, there was just one thing I wanted to I mean we did shout out to earlier. But before we wrap it up I suppose I did want to shout a little bit of love over to the score of this film. I mean, obviously Monty Norman is coming up with the the music here. I'll see John Berry them come up with a Bond theme or was it Monty Monty Norman comes up with the Bond theme? Yeah. I mean just pull that out of nowhere theme. It's still great now. Oh, yeah, I mean the, you know at the time of birth Recording this the second trailer for no time to die has been dropped and it's just wall-to-wall that theme that theme is Iconic and it works right out of the gate. And yeah, especially if he comes in in the casino seen the beginning and it's just just encapsulates everything such a great bit of music it is it's fantastic. And yeah, John Barry did a lot of the.

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"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"What was happening wasn't that good and also in the fifties and sixties there was a lot of experimentation going on for mind control especially using drugs many of these drug experiments were conducted by the US CIA? Yes. One was called Operation Midnight Climax. Cracks me up where people were given LSD. Then they were filmed from behind a mirror as they tried to make love in a room compilation. have to see what the drugs were do whatever yeah. There's a great little book on that to called the manual of trickery and deception. It's actually good. We're going to go over some of the things that ended up few other podcasts because it's a very good book anyway, and there was one more project M. K. ultra. Mind, control what drugs might be used interogations. Yeah. This stuff was really going on in World War Two as well. Yeah. So wow, there's some of that happens in this movie. And pulling it out of the real world. School. Now, when you watch a bond film, it's like to me it's like looking through it absolutely freshly cleaned window. Crisp. Bright and. All that's going on even though there are some ominous scenes in in the film of course, the file on the other hand is like to me like looking through slightly me dirty window. Not, the photography I which I love. But the overall feel of the film it is far closer to real spying than the bond franchise has portrayed in four films up to the point that this hip file comes out. It definitely has a grittier feel to it definitely grittier the DVD that I've got. There's a video of Sydney j fury, the director and Peter Hunt, talking a lot of we're going talk about today comes from that it's also available to watch on Youtube. A director's commentary. So it's the whole length of the movie. We'll cut it down for you here. So so the director loved all these camera angles and how the the movie was shot through windows, phone booths, armpits, and more. Yeah I. Loved it. Harry saltzman hated any hated fury. And so there was there was a lot of stuff that went on behind the scenes with Harry and fury but fury was winning out on how the film was being shot. But saltzman went to Peter Haunt editor to St- to confirm that Sydney's work was crap as his words but Peter Hunt said No. Stuff. So after that Harry didn't bother Sydney again. During the movie making however, there are some other other issues that happened with Harry and Sydney after all of this. Wasn't a symbiotic relationship I don't think now all of these camera angles and stuff I..

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"peter hunt" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"It's amazing too because I think that that last scene is so poignant and it really is in many ways. The best acting in the whole series. Not that I know anything about acting in a in a meaningful way. But you're touched it and I it's it's it's using he's not going to do. Ardoz Some of those types of things but it's just a funny story of How who you know. He basically had two careers handed to them because the male mile hand where he was plucked from selling Mercedes in London and so he won the lottery twice in terms of a career so he didn't have very good preparation. I guess to understand the context in which success actually happens and combine that with again. I think I I don't I don't for a minute. Discount that Australian top DNA as being something deep seated the that he was either very embarrassed by or just just did not understand how success worked in he felt victim to that is also what what a what a brilliant come up. It's for the United Kingdom Tavern Australian so brilliantly embody James Awed an to to have gone on in the next ten to fifteen years. I mean it's amazing to think what would have happened. Because I'm you would not have seen connery comeback into the role without lazenby crashing and burning early just even before the movie was even released. He's earning washed his hands dealing it again and when you see connery and diamonds river is the first time. He looks a little long in the tooth for the part to me area now. The hair is definitely Amazon on. You know they they ended. They had to you know. Force Him to get into the gym for that. I'm sure but yeah know. And the other thing too is if he has a good second movie lazenby that is Roger Moore gets timed out I think he never becomes bond. And you know more horn. Brosnan both had that issue where they were They were Kinda cute up to to sign on the role in their TV commitments. Forestall back and I think if Lazenby gets the gets the momentum in diamonds are forever does. Well he's On for six and yes is a lot of different permutations that we could conjecture about their. Yeah it's it's amazing to think what could have happened the other thing. I want to talk about about this movie. In relation to all the other movies is how well racket it is and again shockingly. This is a first time director so here hunts had been an anger on previous bond films and a second unit director at least on the one previous to secret service. And I think because the Cubby Broccoli insolvent really liked his fast. Edit style was giving the films at the time you see seven sixty eight giving them sort of a contemporary feel which a lot of other mainstream cinema at the time probably didn't have an elevating and director mad. He he also hit this out of the park wondering cool things That that if you look at the sort of graphic novel version of this which came out before the movie was filmed came out in sixty four sixty six in this came out sixty nine the storyboarding of a lot of the scenes is very similar including a knife throw when bond goes to the mafia father of this year. That goes into the snow making machine that is. That's cute up almost the same way so I think it was interesting thing and I am acutely aware of this having gone through a comic book. Production component that when when things are story boarded and when it linked up with the book linked up with the graphic novel. Peter Hunt had a good pal to work from at. I think that helped to make a help to make his job. A little bit easier in terms of Search staging things and then that also w allowed him to make the quick edit component Not much more effective. And you're right. I mean you're the one who told me that that it was. It's a lullaby films. I think it's the most for Beta to the book and to the graphic novel or the Comic Strip that was coming out contemporaneous -Ly and is definitely a long in the tooth. Lake it it. It's it's a film. You could probably pair forty five minutes from without really trying too hard and it might might be a little bit better off but in a way because we have a nuance in the context of where we are as as watching this film series of all to have tab the room for leasing. Be To kind of take all the time you takes at the top of the Swiss. Shell air with the women from all over the world which feels like it takes an hour to get through all of that exposition. About what the Hell's going on there. I'm from here. It is strictly private. No make absorbed without permission from the competent. There is a blow institute for what kind of allergies all of the lights? Say TVOS was a sickness caused by yours inability tweet. The Collins is the great specialist feet feet on the ground. Ground is but it's kind of it pays off because I think you you you learn enough about the man and how his is going to be a little different and it sounds like again. We're giving a lot more thought than it sounds like was applied at the time filming. 'cause Lazenby says nobody was giving him any help on the set and it sounds like he's too busy basically going out and getting plastered in working his way through every female on the sets really pay too much attention to what is job was in terms of like how approaching a scene right. He just yet that maybe he was so tired. I couldn't be nervous. So there's there's there's value in that I think that I wanted to park is interesting to a different sort of slant on this. That makes the movie particularly good. Is this is one of the best music bonds out there Armstrong Song is a sort of the back door one of the best bond songs out of all.

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"peter hunt" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Front Burner

"This is a CBC podcast. Hello Jamie Perhaps no one expected the extraordinary statement released tonight. It's Momentus is has no precedent in modern times. I don't know about you but I just caught caught up on Netflix. The crown and I'm quite certain that this is going to be the central storyline of an upcoming season. Maybe the best season yet. Some of the tabloids are calling the to the rogue royals and describing driving the move as Harry and Meghan didn't consult with any of their relatives before releasing that statement the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to step back a senior royals. They're looking to gain financial independence and they plan on splitting their time between Britain and North America. There's a lot of speculation right right. Now that their second home base will be in Canada. Megan is reportedly on Vancouver Island with our son. Archie Will Harry deals with this fallout back. Home there's is a lot of anger about this in the United Kingdom fueled by reports that the queen was sideswiped by the news. If you listen to some royal watchers this the even threaten the future of the monarchy. Peter Hunt was a longtime BBC royal correspondent. He's with me now from London to sort through all of this this this is front burner the makes it addition..

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"peter hunt" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on Front Burner

"This is a CBC podcast. Hello Jamie Perhaps no one expected the extraordinary statement released tonight. It's Momentus is has no precedent in modern times. I don't know about you but I just caught caught up on Netflix. The crown and I'm quite certain that this is going to be the central storyline of an upcoming season. Maybe the best season yet. Some of the tabloids are calling the to the rogue royals and describing driving the move as Harry and Meghan didn't consult with any of their relatives before releasing that statement the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to step back a senior royals. They're looking to gain financial independence and they plan on splitting their time between Britain and North America. There's a lot of speculation right right. Now that their second home base will be in Canada. Megan is reportedly on Vancouver Island with our son. Archie Will Harry deals with this fallout back. Home there's is a lot of anger about this in the United Kingdom fueled by reports that the queen was sideswiped by the news. If you listen to some royal watchers this the even threaten the future of the monarchy. Peter Hunt was a longtime BBC royal correspondent. He's with me now from London to sort through all of this this this is front burner the makes it addition..

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"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Queen Charles and William as a balance frayed familial ties with their responsibilities to sustain a dynasty whatever the future holds for them the suffixes have rejected the status quo because is Meghan put it last year it is not enough to just survive that's not the point of life you have got to thrive Peter hunt setting the tone for what most people say is very important meeting on Monday between prince Harry and and the queen dubbed by one journalist ginger blog goes to me because to seize grand it really depends on on your your how you value the royal family whether you view this is a global story doesn't mark the mountain Monex constitutional mix on all they have a soft power so symbolism is absolutely crucial I'm I'm sure this is why I'm the role for me wants to manage this does change because if for example Harry and Meghan was seen to be trading on the symbol in order to make lots and lots and lots of money then that's gonna damage on the symbolism of the role family has I'm in the British constitution you know it's got to try and stand for ideals that democracy of itself finds quite difficult to hold on to such as majesty such as a sense of objectivity such as a sense of connection to the past so I think this is you know this really is quite crucial issue for of the British constitution even though to people to treat a bit tongue in cheek as well rusi is a royal institution your you can't be tongue in cheek no not at all in fact we're very grateful for the role patronage we have we went in eighteen sixty Queen Victoria granted the royal charter so we went from being see to receive and I find it provides continuity and provides a lot of respect and you know maybe people see this is very establishment but I actually you know I I don't see negative for us the queen is our patron the Duke of Kent is our president so I'm very grateful for the support they provide is is someone who is not directly in line to the throne re evaluating his role within the royal family within the wider family as important for instance as one of the queen's sons being a great friend of unknown paedophile in the scandal that broke about prince Andrew I think that the world family is going to have to figure out how to manage those that are not in direct line to the throne and and and hopefully they can live and let live without causing too much stress of the family but I do think it's important to this country and I think obviously provides it does provide continuity it also is important tourist reasons brings in lots of money a lot of people come to the UK to see the royal family to see Buckingham Palace even so there is there sort of there are a lot of good reasons for continuity if the story defines Britishness mark then it also defines it and pulling tone in the British media they it's open season again on Meghan isn't it well it's it's very interesting because I think when things one of the tensions of the play is how the British sense of identity tends to come from the past from a sense of history where is the American identity tends to come from the future I'm from what's possible you know the dream and it feels that Harry and make it a being stretched all that tension pulse of them once a different future but Paulson school to keep a foot in the postion so there's a lot of deep depressions upon them many thanks to our guests mark Vernon and Karin von Hippel for that company over the course of the past two hours remember will be keeping up to date here on the world service with the main story this hour a rainy and police.

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"peter hunt" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on KCRW

"To turn on the TV lie back and let it wash over them and be entertained still going strong after thirty years the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm lectured me saying the White House and its Republican allies in Congress are pushing back after house Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump and peers AB held reports the house Judiciary Committee takes up debate this week on the abuse of office an obstruction of Congress charges president trump tweeted a favorite phrase after the impeachment charges against him were announced witch hunt a sentiment reflected by GOP lawmakers including house minority leader Kevin McCarthy I don't care if you think Americans who support president trump are deplorable but you do not have the right to disqualify their vote just because you do not like president trump but Democrat Adam Schiff chairman of the intelligence committee said after trump pressured Ukraine to investigate a political opponent Congress had to step in to defend the next election otherwise Americans don't get to decide American elections anymore not by themselves not without foreign help the White House says trump is confident he'll be exonerated at trial in the Republican led Senate any held and hear news Washington within hours of the impeachment announcement president trump is hosting the foreign minister of Russia a country accused by US intelligence agencies of interfering in the U. S. political process earlier today secretary of state my Pompeii warned Russia and others not to interfere in US elections we have more from NPR's Michele Kelemen Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov denies that his country interfered in the elections in twenty sixteen and says no one has shown Moscow any proof secretary Bombay says he was clear that any interference is unacceptable we think we shared a funny facts to show how what happened in the two thousand sixteen election with our our Russian counterparts we don't think there's any mistake about what really transpired there they says he spent a lot of time talking about the war in Ukraine and repeating US policy that it sees Crimea as part of Ukraine the two also discussed North Korea and and you S. hopes that China is included in an arms control treaty Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department roughly an hour after announcing articles of impeachment against trump house Democrats announced an agreement with him on trade house speaker Nancy Pelosi says a chamber will move forward on a new pact among the US Mexico and Canada that she says is better than nafta which trump had blame for the loss of American jobs it has the backing of the AFL CIO the Democrats scene Forsman is central in this new trade agreement in other news a Russian court has convicted eleven people in connection with the suicide bombing in Saint Petersburg more than two years ago one defendant is ordered to serve life in prison his co defendants have been sentenced to a range of nineteen to twenty years behind bars in April of twenty seventeen a bomber blew himself up on a train killing fifteen other people and wounding more than fifty others this is NPR news a group of female pilots and flight attendants is accusing frontier airlines of discriminating against pregnant and nursing women and peers army Kevin reports the women say they were forced to take extended unpaid leave while pregnant and the airline refused to accommodate breast feeding in a pair of lawsuits filed in federal court in Colorado frontier pilots and flight attendants say the airline force them to stop flying weeks or months before they're due dates without providing paid maternity leave or alternative work arrangements they also accuse frontier of failing to provide time and space for employees to pump breast milk after returning to their jobs Galen sure when is an attorney with the American civil liberties union which is representing the women their stories are are you know I think really a stark illustration of the obstacles that women face in this industry the suit follows similar complaints previously submitted to the equal employment opportunity commission in a statement frontier airlines declined to comment on pending litigation Serra McCammon NPR news despite frigid temperatures in Oslo protests are being staged against the decision to award the twenty nineteen Nobel Prize for literature to Austrian writer Peter hunt kept the Swedish Academy face caving rebukes for selecting someone who supported the late Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic who died in detention while on trial for war crimes against Boston's during the nineteen nineties as a demonstration outside the side of the award ceremony grew inside awards a medicine physics chemistry and economics were handed out however the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded earlier to the prime minister of Ethiopia this is NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the pajama.

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"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Down their work and took to the picket line at midnight outside the flint assembly plants picketing workers for a lot of supportive honks from passers by Jennifer Gilbert works there she's been with GM for thirteen years nine of them at its Lordstown Ohio plant large town was one of five US plants GM announced plans to shut down earlier this year a major point of contention in this contract. Gilbert says she wants to be able to put down roots in flint job security is a big thing because I don't want to have to keep moving my family is my fifth plant the UAW says workers gave up a lot to help GM survive it's two thousand nine bankruptcy and return to profitability now the union wants workers to have a bigger share of those profits and it wants them shared more equally right now GM employees around five thousand temporary workers who get much lower pay and benefits than their non time counterparts bill read is the president of UAW local six SO two in Lansing Michigan so it's difficult to work on the line across from somebody you know as making hassle wages and don't have the same benefits that yeah but they're doing the exact same job it also takes longer for you a W. line workers to reach top pay rates than it did in past years the union hates that though they agreed to it and they're twenty fifteen contract so union leaders are under a lot of pressure to kill a two tier wage system once and for all this time but that's not the only reason they're under pressure Vance Pearson a top UAW official at the bargaining table is scheduled to be arraigned this week in Missouri on money laundering charges Pearson's indictment highlights an ongoing federal investigation into alleged you a W. corruption the FBI even raided the homes of UAW president Gerry Jones and former president Dennis Williams last month Peter hunting teaches law at Wayne State University and is a former federal prosecutor he says that when the feds investigated union leaders in the past it was usually over suspected ties to organized crime but this may be something entirely different it appears that sensually was treating some of the phones as their own little piggy back some UAW officials allegedly devised a scheme to use union member dues for personal expenses like California luxury accommodations and golf these are only allegations and neither Jones nor Williams has been charged despite GM's profits right now the automaker is looking at a possible looming recession weakening demand and terror of challenges. it's leaning heavily on truck and SUV sales as the industry is becoming more technologically complex and electrified. masters teaches business in labor studies at Wayne state he wonders if union members will be reluctant to make concessions because they suspect their leaders are compromised he thinks this may give GM a leg up I think at this point hi the company has arrived bridge because of the cloud that hangs over the UAW leadership that cloud leaves workers caught in the middle and it could add up to the one thing no one really wants a better and like the strike for NPR news I'm Sarah Swick in Detroit. movie past is no more the movie ticket subscription service is shutting down but despite its failure as a business NPR's Vincent active vino reports it may have succeeded in disrupting the movie theater business model it was the summer of twenty seventeen one movie fan culture writer Margaret H. will listen some buzz on Twitter about a new subscription service being offered by a company called movie pass for just ten dollars a month the service allowed users to see unlimited movies one per day for the entire month that means if I see even one movie a month here in Boston where I live I've earned five dollars Wilson signed up her friends did too we like put together a list of us and our other friends had movie passes and they were just be a weekly email every week it would be like what night are you guys free will listen and our friends like the kind of movie watching freedom the service offered one that let them take risks on movies that might have otherwise passed on it wasn't just like a like a does the skyscraper with doing the rock Johnson although I did see fresh paper with when the rock Johnson it was like I could go and see Hitchcock movie I've never seen before I could go and see a foreign film I've known was important the ten dollar movie pass plan was started by C. E. O. Mitch Lowe a former Netflix executive who joined as the movie passio in twenty sixteen by December twenty seventeen just months after the new ten dollar unlimited plan was launched movie casts announced that it had grown sixty five hundred percent and had a million subscribers but since it's inception critics have warned that the ten dollar price point wasn't sustainable Mitch Lowe told NPR's the indicator in June of twenty eighteen the service was losing twenty one million dollars a month that August the service removed it's unlimited plan along subscribers to see just three movies a month and while the unlimited plan did eventually return users complain about inconsistent showings and throttle service until its eventual shut down last Saturday come. score senior analyst Paul dergarabedian claims that despite its failed funding model the service for some major change in the movie going industry movie theaters are now looking at what consumers responded to in movie pass and trying to create their own version of that that actually is a business model that can be sustained theater chains like regal cinemas and AMC have started their own subscription services and Garabedian says that's not just a good thing for movie goers whatever brings more people into the movie theater that's good for the industry and that's what the movie theaters want to keep going independent filmmaker Sean Baker who directed twenty seventeens award winning film the Florida project was a subscriber and he sees the appeal from many angles people started to recognize that they miss the theater experience they missed going to it Peter being a film in the optimal conditions on the big screen with property down then and also without the distractions of everyday life that we have now Baker says the service held audiences experience movies how their best seen in.

GM Jennifer Gilbert flint assembly US Lordstown Ohio ten dollar sixty five hundred percent twenty one million dollars thirteen years five dollars ten dollars
"peter hunt" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on KCRW

"Put down their work and took to the picket line at midnight outside the flint assembly plants picketing workers for a lot of supportive honks from passers by Jennifer Gilbert works there she's been with GM for thirteen years nine of them at its Lordstown Ohio plant large town was one of five US plants GM announced plans to shut down earlier this year a major point of contention in this contract. Gilbert says she wants to be able to put down roots in flint job security is a big thing because I don't want to have to keep moving my family is my fifth plant the UAW says workers gave up a lot to help GM survive it's two thousand nine bankruptcy and return to profitability now the union wants workers to have a bigger share of those profits and it wants them shared more equally right now GM employees around five thousand temporary workers who get much lower pay and benefits than their non temp counterparts bill read is the president of UAW local six SO two in Lansing Michigan it's difficult to work on the line across from somebody you know as making hassle wages and don't have the same benefits that yeah but they're doing the exact same job it also takes longer for you a W. line workers to reach top pay rates than it did in past years the union hates that though they agreed to it and they're twenty fifteen contract so union leaders are under a lot of pressure to kill a two tier wage system once and for all this time but that's not the only reason they're under pressure Vance Pearson at top UAW official at the bargaining table is scheduled to be arraigned this week in Missouri on money laundering charges Pearson's indictment highlights an ongoing federal investigation into alleged you a W. corruption the FBI even raided the homes of UAW president Gary Jones and former president Dennis Williams last month Peter hunting teaches law at Wayne State University and is a former federal prosecutor he says that when the feds investigated union leaders in the past it was usually over suspected ties to organized crime but this may be something entirely different it appears that eventually was treating some of bonds as their own little piggy back some UAW officials allegedly devised a scheme to use union member dues for personal expenses like California luxury accommodations and golf these are only allegations and neither Jones nor Williams has been charged despite GM's profits right now the automaker is looking at a possible looming recession weakening demand and terror of challenges. it's leaning heavily on truck and SUV sales as the industry is becoming more technologically complex and electrified. masters teaches business in labor studies at Wayne state he wonders if union members will be reluctant to make concessions because they suspect their leaders are compromised he thinks this may give GM a leg up I think at this point hi the company has the right rich because of the cloud that hangs over the UAW leadership that cloud leaves workers caught in the middle and it could add up to the one thing no one really wants a better and link the strike for NPR news I'm Sarah Swick in Detroit. movie pass is no more the movie ticket subscription service is shutting down but despite its failure as a business NPR's Vincent active vino reports it may have succeeded in disrupting the movie theater business model it was the summer of twenty seventeen when movie fan culture writer Margaret H. Willison sub buzz on Twitter about a new subscription service being offered by a company called movie pass for just ten dollars a month the service allowed users to see unlimited movies one per day for the entire month that means if I see even one movie a month here in Boston where I live I've earned five dollars Wilson signed up her friends did too we like put together a list of us and our other friends had movie passes and they were just be a weekly email every week it would be like what they are you guys free will listen and our friends like the kind of movie watching freedom the service offered one that let them take risks on movies that might have otherwise passed on it wasn't just like a like a does the skyscraper with doing the rock Johnson although I did see fresh paper with when the rock Johnson it was like I could go and see Hitchcock movie I've never seen before I could go and see a foreign film I've known was important the ten dollar movie pass plan was started by C. E. O. Mitch Lowe a former Netflix executive to join as the movie passio in twenty sixteen by December twenty seventeen just months after the new ten dollar unlimited plan was launched movie cast announced that it had grown sixty five hundred percent and had a million subscribers but since it's inception critics have warned that the ten dollar price point wasn't sustainable Mitch Lowe told NPR's the indicator in June of twenty eighteen the service was losing twenty one million dollars a month that August the service removed it's unlimited plan along subscribers to see just three movies a month and while the unlimited plan did eventually return users complain about inconsistent showings and throttle service until its eventual shut down last Saturday com. score senior analyst Paul dergarabedian claims that despite its failed funding model the service for some major change in the movie going industry movie theaters are now looking at what consumers responded to a movie pass and trying to create their own version of that that actually is a business model that can be sustained theater chains like regal cinemas and AMC have started their own subscription services and Garabedian says that's not just a good thing for movie goers whatever brings more people into the movie theater that's good for the industry and that's what the movie theaters want to keep going independent filmmaker Sean Baker who directed twenty seventeens award winning film the Florida project was a subscriber and he sees the appeal from many angles people started to recognize that they miss the theater experience they missed going to it Peter being a film in the optimal conditions on the big screen with property down then and also without the distractions of everyday life that we have now Baker says the service held audiences experience movies how their best seen in theaters.

GM Jennifer Gilbert flint assembly US Lordstown Ohio ten dollar sixty five hundred percent twenty one million dollars thirteen years five dollars ten dollars
"peter hunt" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Put down their work and took to the picket line at midnight outside the flint assembly plants picketing workers for a lot of supportive honks from passers by Jennifer Gilbert works there she's been with GM for thirteen years nine of them at its Lordstown Ohio plant large town was one of five US plants GM announced plans to shut down earlier this year a major point of contention in this contract. Gilbert says she wants to be able to put down roots in flint job security is a big thing because I don't want to have to keep moving my family is my fifth plant the UAW says workers gave up a lot to help GM survive it's two thousand nine bankruptcy and return to profitability now the union wants workers to have a bigger share of those profits and it wants them shared more equally right now GM employees around five thousand temporary workers who get much lower pay and benefits than their non temp counterparts bill read is the president of UAW local six SO two in Lansing Michigan it's difficult to work on the line across from somebody you know as making hassle wages and don't have the same benefits that yeah but they're doing the exact same job it also takes longer for you a W. line workers to reach top pay rates than it did in past years the union hates that though they agreed to it and they're twenty fifteen contract so union leaders are under a lot of pressure to kill a two tier wage system once and for all this time but that's not the only reason they're under pressure Vance Pearson at top UAW official at the bargaining table is scheduled to be arraigned this week in Missouri on money laundering charges Pearson's indictment highlights an ongoing federal investigation into alleged you a W. corruption the FBI even raided the homes of UAW president Gary Jones and former president Dennis Williams last month Peter hunting teaches law at Wayne State University and is a former federal prosecutor he says that when the feds investigated union leaders in the past it was usually over suspected ties to organized crime but this may be something entirely different it appears that sensually was treating some of the bonds as their own little piggy back some UAW officials allegedly devised a scheme to use union member dues for personal expenses like California luxury accommodations and golf these are only allegations and neither Jones nor Williams has been charged despite GM's profits right now the automaker is looking at a possible looming recession weakening demand and terror of challenges. it's leaning heavily on truck and SUV sales as the industry is becoming more technologically complex and electrified. masters teaches business in labor studies at Wayne state he wonders of union members will be reluctant to make concessions because they suspect their leaders are compromised he thinks this may give GM a leg up I think at this point in time the company has for leverage because of the cloud that hangs over the UAW leadership that cloud leaves workers caught in the middle and it could add up to the one thing no one really wants a better and link the strike for NPR news I'm Sarah Swick in Detroit. movie pass is no more the movie ticket subscription service is shutting down but despite its failure as a business NPR's Vincent active vino reported may have succeeded in disrupting the movie theater business model it was the summer of twenty seventeen one movie fan culture writer Margaret H. Willison sub buzz on Twitter about a new subscription service being offered by a company called movie pass for just ten dollars a month the service allowed users to see unlimited movies one per day for the entire month that means if I see even one movie a month here in Boston where I live I've earned five dollars Wilson signed up her friends did too we like put together a list of us and our other friends had movie passes and they were just be a weekly email every week it would be like what made are you guys free will listen and our friends like the kind of movie watching freedom the service offered one that let them take risks on movies that might have otherwise passed on it wasn't just like a like a go see skyscraper with doing the rock Johnson although I did see skyscraper with when the rock Johnson it was like I could go and see Hitchcock movie I've never seen before I could go and see a foreign film I've known was important the ten dollar movie pass plan was started by C. E. O. Mitch Lowe a former Netflix executive to join as the movie past CEO in twenty sixteen by December twenty seventeen just months after the new ten dollar unlimited plan was launched movie pass announced that it had grown sixty five hundred percent and had a million subscribers but since it's inception critics had warned that the ten dollar price point wasn't sustainable Mitch Lowe told NPR's the indicator in June of twenty eighteen the service was losing twenty one million dollars a month that August the service removed it's unlimited plan along subscribers to see just three movies a month and while the unlimited plan did eventually return users complain about inconsistent showings and throttle service until its eventual shut down last Saturday com. score senior analyst Paul dergarabedian claims that despite its failed funding model the service for some major change in the movie going industry movie theaters are now looking at what consumers responded to in movie pass and trying to create their own version of that that actually is a business model that can be sustained theater chains like regal cinemas and AMC have started their own subscription services and Garabedian says that's not just a good thing for movie goers whatever brings more people into the movie theater that's good for the industry and that's what the movie theaters want to keep going independent filmmaker Sean Baker who directed twenty seventeens award winning film the Florida project was a subscriber and he sees the appeal from many angles people started to recognize that they miss the theater experience they missed going to it Peter being a film in the optimal conditions on the big screen with proper sound in and also without the distractions of everyday life that we have now Baker says the service held audiences experience movies how.

GM Jennifer Gilbert flint assembly US Lordstown Ohio ten dollar sixty five hundred percent twenty one million dollars thirteen years five dollars ten dollars
"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"peter hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Put down their work and took to the picket line at midnight outside the flint assembly plants picketing workers for a lot of supportive honks from passers by Jennifer Gilbert works there she's been with GM for thirteen years nine of them at its Lordstown Ohio plant large town was one of five US plants GM announced plans to shut down earlier this year a major point of contention in this contract. Gilbert says she wants to be able to put down roots in flint job security is a big thing because I don't want to have to keep moving my family is my fifth plant the UAW says workers gave up a lot to help GM survive it's two thousand nine bankruptcy and return to profitability now the union wants workers to have a bigger share of those profits and it wants them shared more equally right now GM employees around five thousand temporary workers to get much lower pay and benefits than their non temp counterparts bill read is the president of UAW local six SO two in Lansing Michigan so it's difficult to work on the line across from somebody you know as making half the wages and don't have the same benefits that yeah but they're doing the exact same job it also takes longer for you a W. line workers to reach top pay rates than it did in past years the union hates that though they agreed to it and they're twenty fifteen contract so union leaders are under a lot of pressure to kill a two tier wage system once and for all this time but that's not the only reason they're under pressure Vance Pearson a top UAW official at the bargaining table is scheduled to be arraigned this week in Missouri on money laundering charges Pearson's indictment highlights an ongoing federal investigation into alleged you a W. corruption the FBI even raided the homes of UAW president Gary Jones and former president Dennis Williams last month Peter hunting teaches law at Wayne State University and is a former federal prosecutor he says that when the feds investigated union leaders in the past it was usually over suspected ties to organized crime but this may be something entirely different it appears that sensually was treating some of bonds as their own little piggy back some UAW officials allegedly devised a scheme to use union member dues for personal expenses like California luxury accommodations and golf these are only allegations and neither Jones nor Williams has been charged despite GM's profits right now the automaker is looking at a possible looming recession weakening demand and terror of challenges. it's leaning heavily on truck and SUV sales as the industry is becoming more technologically complex and electrified. masters teaches business in labor studies at Wayne state he wonders if union members will be reluctant to make concessions because they suspect their leaders are compromised he thinks this may give GM a leg up I think at this point hi the company has for leverage because of the cloud that hangs over the UAW leadership that cloud leaves workers caught in the middle and it could add up to the one thing no one really wants a better and like the strike for NPR news I'm Sarah Swick in Detroit. movie past is no more the movie ticket subscription service is shutting down but despite its failure as a business NPR's Vincent active vino reports it may have succeeded in disrupting the movie theater business model it was the summer of twenty seventeen when movie fan culture writer Margaret H. will listen some buzz on Twitter about a new subscription service being offered by a company called movie pass for just ten dollars a month the service allowed users to see unlimited movies one per day for the entire month that means if I see even one movie a month here in Boston where I live I've earned five dollars Wilson signed up her friends did too we like put together a list of us and our other friends had movie passes and they were just be a weekly email every week it would be like what they are you guys free will listen and our friends like the kind of movie watching freedom the service offered one that let them take risks on movies that might have otherwise passed on it wasn't just like a like a goes the skyscraper with doing the rock Johnson although I did see fried grouper with when the rock Johnson it was like I could go and see Hitchcock movie I've never seen before I could go and see a foreign film I've known was important the ten dollar movie pass plan was started by C. E. O. Mitch Lowe a former Netflix executive who joined as the movie passio in twenty sixteen by December twenty seventeen just months after the new ten dollar unlimited plan was launched movie casts announced that it had grown sixty five hundred percent and had a million subscribers but since it's inception critics have warned that the ten dollar price point wasn't sustainable Mitch Lowe told NPR's the indicator in June of twenty eighteen the service was losing twenty one million dollars a month that August the service removed it's unlimited plan along subscribers to see just three movies a month and while the unlimited plan did eventually return users complain about inconsistent showings and throttle service until its eventual shut down last Saturday come. score senior analyst Paul dergarabedian claims that despite its failed funding model the service for some major change in the movie going industry movie theaters are now looking at what consumers responded to in movie pass and trying to create their own version of that that actually is a business model that can be sustained theater chains like regal cinemas and AMC have started their own subscription services and Garabedian says that's not just a good thing for movie goers whatever brings more people into the movie theater that's good for the industry and that's what the movie theaters want to keep going independent filmmaker Sean Baker who directed twenty seventeens award winning film the Florida project was a subscriber and he sees the appeal from many angles people started to recognize that they miss the theater experience they missed going to it Peter being a film in the optimal conditions on the big screen with property down then and also without the distractions of everyday life that we have now Baker says the service held audiences experience movies how their best seen.

GM Jennifer Gilbert flint assembly US Lordstown Ohio ten dollar sixty five hundred percent twenty one million dollars thirteen years five dollars ten dollars