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"peter segal" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:35 min | Last week

"peter segal" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

". From in VR and WBE Chicago, this is wait, wait, don't tell me the NPR news quiz. I'm Bill Curtis. We're playing this week with Peter gross Adam Burke and Helen Hong. And here we get to show hosts that the student maker theater in Chicago Illinois. Peter Segal. Thank you Bill. Thank you everybody. Thank you so much. Right now it is time for the wait wait don't tell me he blocked the listener game call one triple 8, wait, wait. To play our game on the air, how you are on. Wait, wait, don't tell me. I. Hi, who's this? Hey, Jim. And New Jersey. Oh, dim from New Jersey. Oh, okay. Jersey Jim, wearing Jersey. I'm from Jersey. Now I'm in brick, but I used to be in Hudson county, where I used to go right across the tunnel and work as a cab driver in Manhattan. Yeah. And one night in the early morning in the early 80s, I had Bill Curtis. No. Yes, he was making his way to CBS. It was like an early early or something like 4 a.m. and the beginning of his day at the end of mind. Wow. How do you feel? You must remember meeting Jim, right? Yes. And I told everybody I'd walk to work. I'm gonna ask, 'cause, you know, was he a good tipper? Yeah, he was very angular and no, he was very,

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"peter segal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"peter segal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Bill Curtis And I'm Peter Segal it was an encouraging development after years of bitter division the U.S. Senate came together and agreed unanimously on what must be done It's a thought that will brighten our days especially the ones where it is still dark at 9 a.m. We'll ask about what maybe they should have argued about first plus actors as he Bates from Atlanta and Deadpool tells us what it's like to be constantly cooler than her male costars and bell Curtis is underwhelmed on his first visit to NPR headquarters It looks like a suburban junior high school built in the mid 1970s We'll ask what really had too much avocado in the color scheme on our quiz coming up right after this hour's news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Amy held The Russian military says they've launched more hypersonic and cruise missiles at various targets across Ukraine today 10 million people have been displaced some abroad others within Ukraine but 13 million people are living amid the conflict and the constant threat of aerial attack Among the city's Russia has set its sights on is Mary you poll and it hasn't let up encircling the city and today allegedly bombing a school where hundreds including children were sheltering For now Odessa is farther from the fighting and as NPR's Tim Mac reports from the southern city they're working to avoid a similar outcome The city of Odessa is for the time being more than 100 kilometers from the front lines But anti aircraft fire could be heard today in its city center Ukrainian military officials told NPR they had shut down two Russian reconnaissance drones in the past two days Their concern the Russian military could stage an amphibious landing nearby but they have been hardening the city's defenses and mining beaches in the region A site not seen in Odessa since the Nazis laid siege to it in 1941 one military spokesperson said that it would be quote a suicide mission for Russia to land troops near here Tim Mac and pure news Odessa In a live video address to Israeli lawmakers today Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky drew a comparison between Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the Holocaust NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem zelensky is calling on Israel to do more to help Ukraine has grown impatient with Israel which is mediating between Russia and Ukraine In a 9 minute speech to Israeli lawmakers zelensky said you can mediate between countries but not between evil and good He asked why Israel won't give Ukraine weapons or impose sanctions on Russia and he criticized Israel's limitations on accepting non Jewish Ukrainian refugees Zelensky who is Jewish invoked the Holocaust He said Ukrainians made their choice 80 years ago we saved Jews he said the people of Israel now you also have a choice Zelensky's speech drew criticism for many Israeli lawmakers who said he overlooked the role some Ukrainians played in the Nazi genocide of Jews Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem As BA two the more contagious sub variant of omicron drives up COVID infections across Europe the CDC says it's behind roughly a quarter of new cases in the U.S. Surgeon General doctor Vivek Murthy says while new variants and case spikes may go on he tells Fox News Sunday that it is possible to keep hospitalizations and deaths down Our focus should be on preparation not on panic And if we get people these tools vaccines boosters treatments then we can actually get through waves that may come and go About 30% of the eligible U.S. population is unvaccinated It's NPR news And in the WNYC newsroom I'm Tiffany Hansen Governor Kathy hochul signed legislation yesterday expanding the state's opioid settlement board by two members from 19 to 21 both are women The board is responsible for helping to distribute settlement money from opioid manufacturers and distributors for prevention treatment and recovery programs Around $1.5 billion has been set aside for New York which includes 200 million from the Sackler family owner of OxyContin and Purdue pharma And in local college basketball the March Madness continues for Saint Peter last night the peacocks became the third number 15 seat in history seed in history to reach the sweet 16 They beat Murray state at great games 70 to 60 in the second round of the tournament Here's what it sounded like at a watch party in Jersey City.

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"peter segal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:52 min | 5 months ago

"peter segal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR and WBZ Chicago This is wait wait dunk tell navy in PR news quiz I'm Bill Curtis we're playing this week with Chris Stella Alonso Paula poundstone and Morocco And here again is your host We've just upgraded to a 5 P at Peter Segal Thank you Bill right now it is time for the wait wait don't tell me what's the listen again call one triple 8 wait wait to play our game in the air high Euron wait wait don't tell me Fantastic I'm so glad to be here I'm Sean Kidd and just across the Lake from you So if I stand on a real tall sand dune and wait you might be able to see me I'm waving back I'm waving back Where you're in Michigan where are you I am I'm in Kalamazoo Oh I love Kalamazoo been there once or twice It's really lovely there What do you do there I am a United methodist pastor here Oh wow Okay Now I have to admit I'm not that familiar with the various I don't know divisions in the Protestant church So united methodists where is your religion in the playoffs right Exactly Oh you know we're hurting a little bit over here Well welcome to the show Sean It is nice to have you with us You're going to play the game in which you must tell truth from fiction Bill what is Sean's topic Good fences make good neighbors Usually disputes between neighbors can be resolved with a simple conversation or a little arson But this week we heard about a problem with the neighbors that got out of hand Our panel is going to tell you about it pick the one is telling the truth and you will win our prize the wait waiter of your choice on your voicemail Are you ready to play I am All right well first then let us hear from Paula poundstone The house at 5 22 cold rain circle in the almost fairytale neighborhood in samath Washington sold quickly to the sedge family a year ago And why not Their neighbors were an older couple who had raised a big family there They were lovely Within months the sedatives were calling the cops on their neighbors and petitioning for stricter zoning laws They had 13 kids says John said it And every one of them got married and remarried in their backyard They sometimes have two weddings a weekend They have a Beatles tribute band on salary Susan went on John and I had a fight during their son Angus vows right in the middle of our journey of love will never end The whole wedding party could hear me scream don't You touch me We were patient with the manure smell from the brides that arrived on 6 white horses but the rose petals fired from cannons at the sunrise wedding and the F-16 jet flyovers were too much we thought we were under attack until we heard the reggae version of sunrise sunset That's when we called the police A neighbor gets really upset at all the joy and love and happiness at all the weddings and their neighbors backyard Your next story of a neighborly menace comes from cristela Alonso Can't sleep Try counting toilet flushes which is what a couple in the Italian town of Las Vegas did Because the four brothers who owned the apartment next door installed their toilet directly on the other side of the wall from the couple's bed So naturally they took the brothers next door to court and just this week 19 years later they finally got a judgment in their favor The Supreme Court of Italy has ruled that the noise of a toilet when you're trying to sleep is a violation of the European convention of human rights But why did it take 19 years Because Italian courts both are forced to take any case that comes to them And also the judges are busy with passionate affairs and jazz jury with their hands An Italian dispute between neighbors takes 19 years to be finally found a human rights violation by the Italian Supreme Court Your last story of a problem next door comes from Morocco It's no secret that brick and mortar retail has been fighting a losing battle with online shopping And some of the biggest casualties have been mannequins Joyce Sims of Little Rock decided that these stoic soldiers of consumer culture passed deserved a proper send off and so she turned her yard into a burial ground For mannequins soon enough boxes were arriving from across the country and Sims got ordained A mannequin from Manhattan's chic bendel's boutique was buried after a short discreet service the mourners in all black with sunglasses driven away in limos But when a pair of mannequins from New Orleans Maison blanche department store were laid to rest after a raucous procession of jazz musicians paraded through the neighborhood the mannequins carried by horse drawn carriage neighbors began complaining The final straw when a mannequin from the Indian owned max fashion in Denver arrived says neighbor Evans shield when joy built a giant funeral pyre in our backyard and set it on fire for the cremation of that mannequin I said enough But choice Sims isn't packing town Sir hate has no home here My yard is a sacred resting place for mannequins of all fates All right so there was a neighborly dispute in the news which was it from Paula pounced on neighbors in California getting upset with their neighbors for constantly throwing weddings from cristela Alonso dispute between neighbors in Italy that went all the way to the Italian Supreme Court where they decided that a flushing toilet on the other side of a wall was a human rights violation or from mo a mannequin burial ground in Little Rock that caused a lot of consternation to the neighbors which of these was the real story of a dispute between neighbors and the news Well as much as I love weddings and funerals as a pastor I think that both of those sounds a little outlandish So I am going to go with the middle one I'm going to go with number two You're going to go with Chris Stella's story of the Italian dispute with the toilet and the other side of the bedroom wall reaching the Supreme Court That's your choice Well we spoke to a reporter who covered the real story and brought it to our attention They cited basic rights that all people have and one of them is being able to sleep uninterrupted by the sound of a toilet That was Marissa yati She is The Washington Post writer reported on the Italian toilet and the human rights violation Congratulations you got it right Hey thank you so much You earned a point for Stella simply for telling a true story well and you have won our game and our prize The voice of anyone you might choose on your voicemail Congratulations Thanks so much How great it's been a lot of fun Thank you It's been fun to have you See you over coffee this Sunday See you there Peter.

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"peter segal" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"peter segal" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"The news. Happening here in the dc metro region from the. Wam you newsroom. That's right after the top story from npr. On consider this the biden administration had hoped that this would be the week when people sixteen and up would be able to start getting cove nineteen vaccine boosters. But that's not what happened. The advisory committee felt that at this particular time there wasn't an updated to allow the booster recommendation for everyone. That's dr anthony. Fao g president biden's chief medical advisor so they made the recommendation for those sixty five years of age and older and those eighteen to sixty four. Who are in the situation where they may be at high risk to develop severe disease. The people doing the approving are the fda advisory committee and the booster is from pfizer biotech. So we're only talking about one of the three vaccines that americans have received. She hopes that this pause might give madonna and johnson and johnson time to catch up in the approval process. The question is when will there be enough data to be able to be submitted to the fda to get a recommendation likely to an emergency use authorization. He says that could happen in the next three weeks. Hopefully for both of them at that time to there isn't a delay so the people who originally got more down anywhere originally got j. j. for those who got the john jay shot. There is some good news this week. The company announced that a second dose two months later after the i would give ninety four percent immunity against i. A lot of people will waiting for data on additional doses of john jay. Dr saad omar is director of the institute for global health that was concerned amongst those people who had received a single does about less than equal protection compared to the other vaccines so i think it will be well received. Some medical experts. Don't think we should be focusing on booster shots for vaccinated americans. As growing numbers of unvaccinated. People are dying. The best way to protect us all individually and collectively is to get more people vaccinated especially the unvaccinated drive in this pandemic. Dr luciana borio is a former acting chief scientist for the fda. I fear that you know the discussion on boosters has somehow Overshadow the most important message was which is to get more people vaccinated here and globally consider this most vaccinated adults. We'll have to wait to get a booster shot but this week brought us one step closer to a day when younger children can get the vaccine from npr. I'm ari shapiro. it's tuesday september twenty first. Hey my name is. Peter segal and i'm here to help you the most pressing problem facing civilization today. There are too many good podcasts. To listen to now why not avoid that whole problem by listening to an extremely silly podcast hosted by me on wait. Wait don't tell me. It's wisecracks about the week's news. Shenanigans fart jokes and general silliness. And doesn't that sound pretty great right. Now listen to the wait wait. Don't tell me podcast from npr. It's considered this from. Npr this week pfizer. Biotech announced that its vaccine is safe for kids. He just five to eleven up until now age. Twelve had been the cutoff well. I think it's really important news. Dr peter hotels is co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's hospital. We're seeing so many kids now in this delta wave across the country especially in the southern part of the us and in the mountain west a lot of kids getting admitted to pediatric hospitals children's hospitals even pediatric icu's hotels told npr wb wars here. Now about two thousand kids ages five to eleven have been vaccinated in the pfizer. Biotech trial and hotels says the dosage was smaller than what adults got. So it's ten micrograms versus micrograms for the older teenagers. And the and the adults hotels says a smaller vaccine dosage doesn't necessarily mean a smaller affect vaccines are not so dose dependent often by that. I mean it's not like a small molecule drug or medicine that you take where twice the mad at twice. The dose may have twice the effect in fact sometimes.

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"peter segal" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"peter segal" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"I'm peter segal host of npr's wait. Don't tell me that strange sound you heard on our last show was live people laughing n- applauding be a part of our next show with the alive people on august. Twenty six at tanglewood join us live and you too can finally see what are real live. Legs look like legs remember those. Welcome back to bullseye. I'm jesse thorn. My guest is jonathan majors. He's an actor. You might have seen him into five bloods or on the marvel. Tv show loki. He's nominated for an emmy for his role in the. Hbo horror drama lovecraft country where he played advocates. You can stream that show in its entirety on hbo. Max let's get back into our conversation. It must have been pretty intense to work into five bloods which is a movie about a a group of african american vietnam vets who go back to vietnam and you play delroy lindos characters son. Who goes back with them. It must have been intense to be on this like literal physical journey right. You're going to a foreign country and you have this guy. Who is your onscreen and metaphorical dad until roy lindo. Yeah who who is portraying a soldier. Evatt it while you are. Also you know. You're a few years in to try to reestablish what your relationship with your biological dad is that must've been a pretty intense experience to have those two things going on at the same time man it you know i say this all the time i think i would just start every interview with growth as an artist and growth as a human being are simultaneous. That's just that's just. I mean that's an average that was given to me in school and i've i've really held onto it and roll like david picks you know in the situation. You're and either. We're protected in a way because in a away were protected under the guidance in the autour ship of spiky. Is this whole cast together. There's no other way to go into it. You know we're going into war. Shooting film is very much like going into war. You know Sometimes you you feel like you have the high ground and sometimes you feel like you don't You know in his your crew. It's the it's the film against the elements as always a factor. You know making Making a movie as a miracle but the five bloods and working with the giant delroy. It was a personal experience. Insofar that would. David was going after something that i understood for myself to be something that i i knew i needed and in need for myself just the relationship between father and son and and what does that look like. Now look we've got into look. We were maybe twenty minutes fifteen minutes into this thing. I say a great great great great great great great Father figures in my life. You know nothing. Nothing can and does replace dad. You i mean airmont situation for any guidance in any way talk that fought against it but at a great uncle. My great grandfather awesome Now hill of mom alley bring up those familial Icons because stepping into the five. Bloods you know it was like we. It was like stepping into another family in a way and spike. Still to this day is is a guiding light you know coach and a mentor for me and delroy. I mean we really. We really really went after you know. 'cause he too has a son you know and we're really just in there. After david dave was really just in there trying to work out you know and the beauty about good art and even good art art in general is at the artists is always trying to work out the you know and here i was in a position where i look across from me and i see this is black man. You know who. Who's calling me son and all david wants in that film you know. It's never about the goal for david in any says you know i said to david we said to os say feels like it's my last time with him. You know so. The stakes are high to get to know the fall to get to know one of your origins. I think that's a very human thing to want into need. And i know this for me To this day To really get to know where you come from and from whom you come from and so david really got the work that out now entire mission to see and feel and understand understand his father's love that's deep thing and that's what the script offered me and that's really would spike was gifting me and deal with a great scene partner. Insofar that is not all yes sir no sir. When the heat gets hot you know especially when the sun has been in the world a bit in trying to find his own footing trying to find his own place. You've you push it a little bit. David does push a little bit busy pushing pool of that him trying to be his own man but also trying to find who he is through his father. He has wonderful experience. And there's a healing in that very much like Montrose analogous you know. The work has been very Rewarding and healing. Was there anything that you wanted to ask your dad when you reconnected with him. Yeah you try it you try it man. You know. I'm not. I'm not there either. I don't know how to you know. And i'm i'm very sensitive crybaby. You know all those things but you know it's a. It's a journey is a journey to to do that. I've tried to Try to announce boy and then you're at thirty two years of living. Maybe this conversation. You know because we've dug it up. May holly back adam and to say hey man what's up some of it and and here's the we report man. Some of it's understood. Some of it is understood not necessarily absolved but understood in new. Now stand apart from not individual you know share last name share blood and you are part of a attain a part of a lineage. And just because one is one way doesn't mean you have to be that way and is actually you being a different way. In being more individual is what bullies the entire legacy. I respect advocates. The legacy of freeman family. You'll know what's going on with the montross inadequate situation. You know there's a lot of A great deal of pain in that is not succumb. To actually goes and goes ego he goes to the pain he goes and gets them because ultimately is about loving and and a job. Mira song egos as you love who you love it is actually about an amorous companion you know but you love you love man and i mean those guys love their dads you know added loves his dad i would. I would say that. That's a.

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"peter segal" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

08:05 min | 11 months ago

"peter segal" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"On the film started as a concept album by sparks. And that made so much sense to me because the songs are not just the backbone. You hear us. They aren't a regular musical right. There's where the songs are supported by an infrastructure of you know talking there the entire body of this thing not just the backbone but the fleshy lumpy body as an opera. This is a rock opera. As you mentioned which means as bombastic as opera can be this is even more. This is melodramatic is over the top of the top. This is meatloaf this totally totally paradise by the dashboard. Light l. a. Edition a lot of android lloyd-webber getting which you're saying phantom romance. It's about fame. It's about oral sex. It's about murder. It's about ghosts about pumping babies and the director has said the reason for the puppet baby or at least one major reason for the puppet baby is because the kid has to grow up a little bit. He didn't have to work with a bunch of different kids. And i think we could both relate to their. I like that. I think that's a great reason and i also i gotta say the puppet was created as all but it did contribute to the creepy overall of the film. So that works for me. I liked it. Even though it also made me unsettled for the last like our or however long that puppet is onscreen. Yeah and i agree with you. That as the focus of the film turns to him it becomes less compelling and there's a lot of stuff here that is you know kind of floating at the edge of logical understanding like. Why would the world be enraptured. By the romance between an opera singer and a comedian. It's so confusing then. Wouldn't puppets there's ghosts. There's i mean it's way down on the list of stuff at basildon strains logical understanding. Henry does get this facial marking that. I didn't quite follow it. Grows as the movie goes on. And there's a moment when a character dies and comes back in this amazing costume with shoulder pads like horns. And you're like why is there any reason for that. Besides it looking cool and does there need to be. I would answer notable those questions. I was here for it completely. Do you think it's trying to say anything. Meaningful or thoughtful about the concept of fame and the connection to art. I got a lot of sense of that especially one of my favorite touches of the film. Were these interstitial 's From showbiz news which is like the speak sort of Entertainment tonight type of tv program where they are reporting and this is how we get updates of their relationship between moran coltie yard and adam drivers characters so you know one point. They'll be like oh they're so happy together and then another point. Well there's a baby coming who's going to and again. The tax is tax stacks. There's a baby coming which means their lives. We're going to be completely upended like those sorts of things. I thought are really fun but then towards the end of it. I'm just like okay. Get were going here. But is this just a vibe or are there actual is their connective tissue here to something bigger that they might be trying to get at well. I think it's development as a concept album. I explains why we get explained things that we also see on screen like the songs were originally pitched. Where originally conceived as all you'd get about this story so everything has to be conveyed through the songs and then when you add visuals over top of them even gorgeous. Very lush visuals like this. They can't help. But feel like underlining what's already in the song and so yeah. I think it could have incorporated that a little bit better but there is no connective tissue between the songs here. Because it's all songs. So there's there's not moments there are moments of silence where he lets visuals. Do some work. But mostly it's about the music explaining what you're seeing and so that can feel a little overwhelming. And maybe this is my brain being like okay but what does this mean but i did feel as though there's there was some commentary going on there. They didn't fully understand and one of his things is just like. Oh i wanna kill people on stage. I want to i want to disarm them. At one point he says something like being a communities the only way to tell the truth without getting killed and like oh man. This is like a commentary on cancel culture. I'm having flashbacks to lake louis. Chapelle and all these. And i. I guess i came away with it being like. I wonder if laos cracks in sparks. Understand what comedy is like the way in which we interact with comedy. But maybe that's not the point. No i mean. I think what you've isolated to through here which is that. This is a commentary on comedy. People who aren't comedians The interstitial is about like the news. Entertainment news are by people who don't understand what entertainment news is four. Or whether it does what function it as it's it's a critique that doesn't go very deep it's a critique of something so if you see it as a critique of if you expect it to be a critique of something it doesn't hold a lot of water but if it's a poop crazy musical where people sing and Crazy things happen. Which is how i'm taking it. It hits the spot. Yeah no i think that's a great way of like trying to decide if you're on the fence about whether to see it i do think it's a type of movie where it's your either all in or you're not although i was in for the first maybe twenty twenty five minutes and then i was kind of out of it so maybe that's not the best to sell it but i think there's enough here to grasp on and i'm glad i saw that like i would recommend it to a lot of people not everyone but i think that if you are into either rock operas or very very weird rock operas and creators who were just throwing things at the wall and seeing where they stick in ways that feel very very fresh different gopher it i mean but i do think you know one of the things i find interesting is that i feel like. We're kind of in a mini renaissance of the musical in general. It just seems like this is the avenue a lot of creators or kind of taking now in a way that we hadn't necessarily seem in the last ten fifteen years. You have this our beloved sh- mega doom which you and i both our show like central park The apple plus tv show. There's this all these interesting ways in which people are playing with musicals. And i i appreciate that we have this one really really really weird one amidst the bunch and i'd be curious to see more really weird ones take off as well i agree. It's a big swing. Big thing i feel like it's just the big lake launching the javelin something bigger than swaying. Just make sure yes. It's a big shot. That's exactly what it is He wants to know what you think about a net find us at facebook dot com slash. Pch and on twitter at pc change and that brings us to the end of our show. Glenn thank you for being here in helping me explain how this movie is to everyone. Yup and we'll see you all tomorrow. I'm peter segal host of npr's wait wait. Don't tell me that strange sound you heard on our last show was live people laughing applauding be a part of our next show with real life people on august. Twenty six at tanglewood join us live and you too can finally see what are real live legs look like legs. Remember those this message comes from. Npr sponsor. monday dot com. If you manage a team you should try. Monday dot com. It's the work. Platform teams need to succeed in one platform. Teams can build the tools. They need to run all of their work. It's super flexible. And can be customized to fit any team in any industry. With just a few clicks. Your team can build workflows that fit. Exactly how they like to work so you can focus on macro managing instead of micromanaging visit. Monday dot com slash. Podcast for your two week free trial..

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"peter segal" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"peter segal" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"Welcome to consider this from npr. W amu after the top story from npr. Stay with us for a look at what's happening here in the dc metro region from the w. Amu newsroom over the weekend. California's dixie wildfire became the second largest in the state's history. Charring almost half a million acres. Despite the efforts of thousands of firefighters california's wildfires have turned hundreds of homes to rubble and ash. That fire in northern california is why at one point over the weekend. The city with the worst air quality of any in the world was denver. Here's a live. Look outside of the incredibly smokey and hazy sky in the metro area. It's smells like a bonfire when you walk outside. Meanwhile in nebraska a group of friends rescued from a flooded elevator during the overwhelming flash floods. This weekend a few people had to be pulled from neck deep water in an elevator in downtown omaha were homes and businesses were flooded after torrential rain on saturday street completely unrecognisable of cars were floating down lanes and people were left stranded. Now on any given day you can find stories like this from all over the world and they're becoming more frequent that's one major takeaway from a new landmark report issued by the un. On monday it found human caused. Climate change is leading to more and more extreme weather events. And it's accelerating faster than we thought. Those are the things that people in the. Us are already observing in their own backyards. Wildfires in the west the flooding that we see in the midwest and the northeast the damage from hurricanes in the south alison. Crimmins is the director of the national climate assessment at the white house office of science and technology policy. She spoke to npr monday about the new u. n. report the overall messages. That know the climate change isn't something that's happening far away to someone else in some far off future time it's really happening here and now consider this. We knew climate change was happening. Now we have new information about how fast and each day. The consequences are becoming clear from. Npr. i'm audie cornish. it's monday august ninth. I'm peter segal host of npr's wait wait. Don't tell me that strange sound you heard on our last show was live people laughing applauding part of our next show with real life people on august. Twenty six at tanglewood joins us live and youtube can finally see what are real live. Legs look like legs..

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"peter segal" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"peter segal" Discussed on No Agenda

"Here is some proof. If in fact you're unvaccinated you present a problem to yourself to your family and to those with whom you work you present a problem. That's pretty harsh coming from the president of the united states. That's claims that you won't get sick kind kind of threatening now. Let's go back to c. n. n. for a second just to get a little bit of the vibe of how cnn looks at what i mean clearly aren't looking at the ratings because this cannot enhance the overall audience size except for me. I'm always going to be there for don lemon as a hate watch. This is his little cross. Talk just a bit you know when he hands over to or when chris cuomo hands over to him now. Here's what to don lemon had to say. Cnn don't get the vaccine you can't go to the supermarket. Vaccine short kinko's ballgame. Don't have the vaccine can't go to work. You don't have vaccine. can't come here. No shirt no shoes no service. That's why i think we should be right now. Because we continue to waste our breath and people who are just not going to change their you know circular logic. They keep going back and saying well. It's my freedom. it's whatever i mean. What is wrong with these people. You know what's coming next. Mo- always says this separate drinking fountains that's what he's waiting for. He's waiting for the reboot of that script seven because jim crow during networks. That's kind of irony final Final cnn clip. From dr lino. Leanna win. She is the former planned. Parenthood director who got kicked out the hater. Appre probably wouldn't okay. I'm not gonna say. She got kicked out of planned. Parenthood and now she is the medical Pundit for c. n. though the two questions right policy be tougher on mass again more restrictive on mass again and are they communicating clearly. Mostly eat the right policy terrible communication. I'm confused and i think many people are very confused about what exactly happened. And why here's what i think. The vitamin dissipation should have said they should have said the issue is not with the vaccinated. The issue is with the unvaccinated. The reason why we're having to go back to mask. Mandates indoors is that they unvaccinated didn't abide by the honor system. The honor code didn't work and so the reason we're doing this now. Is we want to protect the unvaccinated from spreading to one another That's why if there's no proof of vaccination if they are vaccinated and unvaccinated people mixing indoor spaces. That's why we need mask requirements. In addition there are some individuals who may be living at home who even if they're vaccinated themselves maybe living at home with unvaccinated family members or immuno-compromised family members. Those individuals should take additional precautions. But right now the best thing is so confused from the cdc him that sounds like there's something wrong with the vaccine or there's something wrong with the vaccinated. That's neither of those things are true. That vaccines are still really effective at protecting. You just can't stop that again. It brings you back down to the simple logic of will if you're vaccinated and so protected. What are you worried about. If she mentioned people being confused by the messaging. And that's interesting. This is one of the first times of her. Maybe she's probably sincere. She works for cnn so when she says the messaging is not good that you're not you're not threat frightening people enough. You're not doing it right. Cdc but people are confused. They don't know which end is up anymore. There's a show in the united states on. Npr called wait. Wait don't tell me. I think it's on saturday or sunday. And it's it's actually fun to listen to because it's with a live studio audience and bring people on and unfortunately i don't know who this is. It doesn't matter but they they they quiz people on headlines in the news and they leave the keyword blank and then you have to say what that actual headline is about and this happened this past weekend. Okay maybe this is for the game fill in the blank on monday. Pfizer and moderna both announce future seatac seen effects on. I'm sorry peter segal. But i don't know who she is she's the she's the one we'll be listening to. Who's answers at least one of the collins. I think she's there actually she's I think she's site okay. Maybe this is for the game fill in the blank on monday. Pfizer and moderna both announced. They were testing their vaccine. Effects on blanks injections on children. This week estate lawmaker pulled good. I just remembered so she her immediate reactions. that's terrible. They're experimenting a wait. No no that's good. I just remembered boy only owing buoying an interview recently with this seagull character on npr and he is unbelievable trump hater. that is just seething on his show. He's a comedian. So on that. Show your clip from i. He seems like a light hearted. Nice guy and the show is a semi amusing. I used to listen to it. Because it was playing at the exact same time on saturdays i would go get the mail for the show checks on saturdays. Yeah i like the live show always sounds fun. It just does something about life. Show sounds great so So i listened to and it was always quasi entertaining but this guy we interviewed. Wow what a lefty unbelievable. So i'm not not a fan anymore. I mean i don't like guys. Dora phonies vienna. A trump hating left wing phony. I mean you know is to express yourself Have a bunch of. I have some some of these clips. Okay mostly wraps okay. Well i have more Couple of other things but we can. You wanna go ahead and there's a new term. I wanna i think always possible show title. Cove coverted roulette unvaccinated. America's playing cova drew left with a mix of relies and define places like new orleans the dominant delta variant has passed. It's more aggressive. It's deadlier and it is in our community knew. Cova cases have spiked. Almost fifty percent rises in all fifty states and ninety percent of us jurisdictions. Please got him back today. Ominously week to week. Covert hospitalizations and deaths both jumped to get past the tipping point. We're in trouble trouble because of deserted vaccination clinics like this. Everyone has freedom of choice even when it becomes your problem. I've done all. I know how to build these problem in alabama crap. I wanted eyeso- that's okay first of all artists. This is a likely show title. Please do not make cova roulette art. Would that be fair to say john. Well you know we never know 'cause there's other potential show titles but it's a real good. It is so good. Yeah it's really funny. Hey question for you..

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"peter segal" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"peter segal" Discussed on No Agenda

"Here is some proof. If in fact you're unvaccinated you present a problem to yourself to your family and to those with whom you work you present a problem. That's pretty harsh coming from the president of the united states. That's claims that you won't get sick kind kind of threatening now. Let's go back to c. n. n. for a second just to get a little bit of the vibe of how cnn looks at what i mean clearly aren't looking at the ratings because this cannot enhance the overall audience size except for me. I'm always going to be there for don lemon as a hate watch. This is his little cross. Talk just a bit you know when he hands over to or when chris cuomo hands over to him now. Here's what to don lemon had to say. Cnn don't get the vaccine. You can't go to the supermarket. Vaccine short can't ballgame. Don't have the vaccine can't go to work. You don't have vaccine. can't come here. No shirt no shoes no service. That's why i think we should be right now. Because we continue to waste our breath and people who are just not going to change their you know circular logic. They keep going back and saying well. It's my freedom. it's whatever i mean. What is wrong with these people. You know what's coming next. Mo- always says this separate drinking fountains that's what he's waiting for. He's waiting for the reboot of that script seven because jim crow during networks. That's kind of irony final Final cnn clip. From dr lino. Leanna win. She is the former planned. Parenthood director who got kicked out the hater. Appre probably wouldn't okay. I'm not gonna. She got kicked out of planned. Parenthood and now she is the medical Pundit for c. n. though the two questions right policy be tougher on mass again more restrictive on mass again and are they communicating clearly. Mostly eat the right policy terrible communication. I'm confused and i think many people are very confused about what exactly happened. And why here's what i think. The vitamin dissipation should have said they should have said the issue is not with the vaccinated. The issue is with the unvaccinated. The reason why we're having to go back to mask. Mandates indoors is that they unvaccinated didn't abide by the honor system. The honor code didn't work and so the reason we're doing this now. Is we want to protect the unvaccinated from spreading to one another That's why if there's no proof of vaccination if they are vaccinated and unvaccinated people mixing indoor spaces. That's why we need mass apartments. In addition there are some individuals who may be living at home who even if they're vaccinated themselves maybe living at home with unvaccinated family members or immuno-compromised family members. Those individuals should take additional precautions. But right now the best thing is so confused from the. Cdc that sounds like there's something wrong with the vaccine or there's something wrong with the vaccinated. That's neither of those things are true. That vaccines are still really effective at protecting. You just can't stop that again. It brings you back down to the simple logic of will if you're vaccinated and so protected. What are you worried about. If she mentioned people being confused by the messaging. And that's interesting. This is one of the first times of her. Maybe she's probably sincere. She works for cnn so when she says the messaging is not good that you're not you're not threat frightening people enough. You're not doing it right. Cdc but people are confused. They don't know which end is up anymore. There's a show in the united states on. Npr called wait. Wait don't tell me. I think it's on saturday or sunday. And it's it's actually fun to listen to because it's with a live studio audience and bring people on and unfortunately i don't know who this is. It doesn't matter but they they they quiz people on headlines in the news and they leave the keyword blank and then you have to say what that actual headline is about and this happened this past weekend. Okay maybe this is the game fill in the blank on monday. Pfizer and moderna both announce future seatac seen effects on. I'm sorry peter segal. But i don't know who she is she's she's the one we'll be listening to who's answers at least one of the collins. I think she's there actually she's I think she's site okay. Maybe this is for the game fill in the blank on monday. Pfizer and moderna both announced. They were testing their vaccine. Effects on blanks injections on children. This week estate lawmaker pulled. That's good. I just remembered so she her immediate reactions. That's terrible. They're experimenting a wait. No no that's good. I just remembered boy only owing buoying interview recently with this seagull character on npr and he is the unbelievable trump hater. that is just seething on his show. He's a comedian. So on that. Show your clip from i. He seems like a light hearted. Nice guy and the show is a semi amusing. I used to listen to it. Because it was playing at the exact same on saturdays that i would go get the mail for the show checks on saturdays. Yeah i like the live show always sounds fun. It just does something about life. Show sounds great so And so i listened to and it was always quasi entertaining but this guy we interviewed. Wow what a left unbelievable. So i'm not not a fan anymore. I mean i don't like guys. Dora phonies vienna. A trump hating left wing phony. I mean you know is to express yourself Have a bunch of. I have some some of these clips. Okay mostly wraps okay. Well i have more Couple of other things but we can. You wanna go ahead and there's a new term. I wanna i think always possible show title. Cove kovic roulette unvaccinated. America's playing cova drew left with a mix of relies and define and in places like new orleans the dominant delta variant has passed. It's more aggressive. It's deadlier and it is in our community. New cova cases have spiked. Almost fifty percent rises in all fifty states and ninety percent of us jurisdictions. Please got him back today. Ominously week to week. Covert hospitalizations and deaths both jumped to get past the tipping point. We're in trouble trouble because of deserted vaccination clinics like this. Everyone has freedom of choice even when it becomes your problem. I've done all. I know how to build these problem in alabama crap. I wanted eyeso- that's okay first of all artists. This is likely show title. Please do not make cova drool art. Would that be fair to say john. Well you know we never know 'cause there's other potential show titles but it's a real good. It is so good. It's really funny. Hey question for you..

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"peter segal" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"peter segal" Discussed on No Agenda

"Here is some proof. If in fact you're unvaccinated you present a problem to yourself to your family and to those with whom you work you present a problem. That's pretty harsh coming from the president of the united states. That's claims that you won't get sick kind kind of threatening now. Let's go back to c. n. n. for a second just to get a little bit of the vibe of how cnn looks at what i mean clearly aren't looking at the ratings because this cannot enhance the overall audience size except for me. I'm always going to be there for don lemon as a hate watch. This is his little cross. Talk just a bit you know when he hands over to or when chris cuomo hands over to him now. Here's what to don lemon had to say. Cnn don't get the vaccine. You can't go to the supermarket. Vaccine short kinko ballgame. Don't have the vaccine can't go to work. You don't have vaccine. can't come here. No shirt no shoes no service. That's why i think we should be right now. Because we continue to waste our breath and people who are just not going to change their you know circular logic. They keep going back and saying well. It's my freedom. it's whatever i mean. What is wrong with these people. You know what's coming next. Mo- always says this separate drinking fountains that's what he's waiting for. He's waiting for the reboot of that script seven because jim crow during networks. That's kind of irony final Final cnn clip. From dr lino. Leanna win. She is the former planned. Parenthood director who got kicked out the hater. Appre probably wouldn't okay. I'm not gonna say. She got kicked out of planned. Parenthood and now she is the medical Pundit for c. n. though the two questions right policy be tougher on mass again more restrictive on mass again and are they communicating clearly. Mostly eat the right policy terrible communication. I'm confused and i think many people are very confused about what exactly happened. And why here's what i think. The vitamin dissipation should have said they should have said the issue is not with the vaccinated. The issue is with the unvaccinated. The reason why we're having to go back to mask. Mandates indoors is that they unvaccinated didn't abide by the honor system. The honor code didn't work and so the reason we're doing this now. Is we want to protect the unvaccinated from spreading to one another That's why if there's no proof of vaccination if they are vaccinated and unvaccinated people mixing indoor spaces. That's why we need massive apartments. In addition there are some individuals who may be living at home who even if they're vaccinated themselves maybe living at home with unvaccinated family members or immuno-compromised family members. Those individuals should take additional precautions. But right now the best thing is so confused from the cdc him that sounds like there's something wrong with the vaccine or there's something wrong with the vaccinated. That's neither of those things are true. That vaccines are still really effective at protecting. You just can't stop that again. It brings you back down to the simple logic of will if you're vaccinated and so protected what are you worried about. She mentioned people being confused by the messaging. And that's interesting. This is one of the first times of heard well. Maybe she's probably sincere. She works for cnn so when she says the messaging is not good that you're not you're not threat frightening people enough. You're not doing it right. Cdc but people are confused. They don't know which end is up anymore. There's a show in the united states on. Npr called wait. Wait don't tell me. I think it's on saturday or sunday. And it's it's actually fun to listen to because it's with a live studio audience and bring people on and unfortunately i don't know who this is. It doesn't matter but they they they quiz people on headlines in the news and they leave the keyword blank and then you have to say what that actual headline is about and this happened this past weekend. Okay maybe this is the game fill in the blank on monday. Pfizer and moderna both announce future seatac seen effects on. I'm sorry peter segal. But i don't know who she is she's she's the one we'll be listening to who's answers at least one of the collins. I think she's there actually she's I think she's site okay. Maybe this is for the game fill in the blank on monday. Pfizer and moderna both announced. They were testing their vaccine. Effects on blanks injections on children. This week estate lawmaker pulled. That's good. I just remembered so she her immediate reactions. That's terrible. They're experimenting a wait. No no that's good. I just remembered only a buoying. An interview recently with this seagull character on npr and he is the unbelievable trump hater. That is just seething on his show. He's a comedian. So on that. Show your clip from i. He seems like a light hearted. Nice guy and the show is a semi amusing. I used to listen to it. Because it was playing at the exact same time on saturdays i would go get the mail for the show checks on saturdays. Yeah i like the live show always sounds fun. It just does something about life. Show sounds great so So i listened to and it was always quasi entertaining but this guy we interviewed. Wow what a left unbelievable. I'm not not a fan anymore. I mean i don't like guys. Dora phonies vienna. A trump hating left wing phony. I mean you know is to express yourself Have a bunch of. I have some some of these clips. Okay mostly wraps okay. Well i have more Couple of other things but we can. You wanna go ahead and there's a new term. I wanna i think always possible show title. Cove coverted roulette unvaccinated. America's playing cova drew left with a mix of relies and define and in places like new orleans the dominant delta variant has passed. It's more aggressive. It's deadlier and it is in our community knew. Cova cases have spiked. Almost fifty percent rises in all fifty states and ninety percent of us jurisdictions. Please got him back today. Ominously week to week. Covert hospitalizations and deaths both jumped to get past the tipping point. We're in trouble trouble because of deserted vaccination clinics like this. Everyone has freedom of choice even when it becomes your problem. I've done all. I know how to build these problem in alabama crap. I wanted eyeso- that's okay first of all artists. This is a likely show title. Please do not make cova drool art. Would that be fair to say john. Well you know we never know 'cause there's other potential show titles but it's a real good. It is so good. Yeah it's really funny. Hey question.

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"peter segal" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"peter segal" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"This is wait. Wait. don't tell me the npr news quiz. I'm bill curtis. We're playing this week. With peter. Paula poundstone and christel alonzo and here together share guest host. The peter segal might want to note brought cookies for every three. Thank you bill joy in just a minute. Bill gets some rhyme medial education in our listener limerick challenge. If you'd like to play give us a call at one. Eight eight eight wait wait. That's one eight eight nine. Two four eight nine two four but right now panel time for you to answer some more questions about the week's news. Peter the new fast and furious movie fast nine or f. Nine is a huge hit. It broke the post pandemic box office record and the new york times film critic really only had one complaint. What was it that he was at made to watch it. See i'll give you a hint. You wanna hand helen. Mirren and vin diesel sitting in a tree. He his complaint was that their data in it or he wanted to see them. Go yes peter. You're right helen. Mirren and vin diesel to kiss dame helen mirren dame vin diesel but star prompting. New york vin diesel. Excuse me prompting new york times. Film critic kyle buchanan to demand quote. They must kiss. he even asked mirren about it. Her response was quote. Yes have you all seen any of these movies. In this franchise. I was a big fan. Of the i like to three ones and then i don't understand why we saw. How can we keep driving. They loss is our they keep driving. Now they're running errands like i think. That's what nine is just running errands right now. It's like one of them is going to be like over drivers. Yes you know what i especially. Don't like about the fast and furious movies is that they don't use their blinkers makes you drive with my on for quite a while. And then when i realized on i sorta overreact and i pushed the stick up too far and then it makes other blinker. Go on and then. I went back on the other side and so basically. It's like left blinker. Rightwing go left lincoln right-winger and that is a signal. What it says is. Don't drive near me paula. A new study in the journal of career assessment looked at kids dream jobs and concluded that we should be telling our kids not to do. What a gimme hint. Maybe you know live practically. They're not they're not gonna be rich. They're not going to be singers and not follow their dreams. Most kids aspired to jobs. That are incredibly difficult to obtain so parents should be teaching their children to consider multiple options to quote. Shoot for the moon but have a backup plan so they can land in the stars yet not by being an astronaut because almost no one becomes an astronaut right. All the responsibility to lower expectations shouldn't just be carried by parents right. We we need a disney song. That's like i want to work in retail much longer than expected late. Not shift at denny's late night shift to denny's which work in the song like onstage singing and in their head they're like i wanna work at knees. I don't know about you peter. I know. I know you have a kid every night. I read to my kids. That great book. Oh the uber. She'll dr alexander and the terrible horrible no good very bad every day. Green eggs and ham. What do we eat them anyway..

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"peter segal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"peter segal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Brown on sex. Mary Leon Violin, Peter Segal on mandolin and Peter Barnes on piano. Thank you folks for giving us a little time with the word nerd Allow and U R D E L E For a definition. Let's turn first to Caroline. Hurdle. In the past Olympics. It's a competition in which row teeny and ziti jump a serious of hurdles to rent an apartment, boiling water. Stick that landing. It's not Um, nerd, Eliza verb. Hurdle is what a baby animals newborn baby animals snuggling up to its mother is doing specifically searching for a source of milk. So Eun Urdl up for nourishment. To snuggle up to a mother animal for a milk. That might be it or Murray might have it. Well, actually does. You might have seen it on national Geo. This is actually ah, bit of a problem. We've all heard about the pollution of the seas. And the plastic that's around, including these little kind of pellets. These globular of plastic that are everywhere. It's a big problem because see life marine life ingests or the marine animals in just these things. And these air called nerd ALS. The noodle is a small pellet. From which plastic view you manufacture plastics. You make them out of nerd ALS, a small pellet used in plastics manufacturing. Yeah. Certainly plausible. Or Cassandra. Well. One noodle is not enough. Yeah. You have to have two nerd ALS in order Tol have an effective nerd. All because a nerd all is actually the small strap. Between the breastplate and a saddle when you're tacking up the horse It's what connects the saddle to the breastplate that keeps the saddle from sliding bank. It's called a nerd. All this is beyond not just the girls strip. This is the nerd. All the small leather strap between The breastplate in the sale. So it's the small leather strap connecting the saddle to the breast plate. Or it's a small pellet used in plastics manufacturing, or its set of a small animal to snuggle up to its mother for milk. Well, Deb, there's something about small in Yes. And the choice is yours. Oh, is it mine? Okay, let's say I rely on my fantastic team. So Ben and Barry, what are your initial thoughts here? I like the horse definition. Almost. But then the I almost don't design know so little about horses. I'm afraid that Cassandra knows maybe a lot about horses and just assumes we all don't know. Possibly Why would she do that? To answering the question? He's imputing our character. I love it, Um, having grown up On in Alabama and having spent many summers at my uncle's farm in Huntsville and Saddled many a horse. Can't say that nerd a lever came up. But how many of those horses you may have written? Had breastplates. Only one or two times are tough, And that's what I'm saying. It does sound a bit like it could be in the same family group is bridal. It's true. I have a lateral method of solving this. Where the Dave say the person who sent this in was from Somewhere in Florida. Oh, that's good work where they come from. Dave came from Magic Listener Land. Is there certain areas of Florida where there's a ton? Of course, husband, Ray and towards shelling and stuff, I should have paid attention. But this would be antiquated horse husbandry. Have you written an antiquated horse Have really I was thrown by an antiquated horse on DATs. Not a euphemism. Um I don't think it means the newborn animal seek nourishment. That that's it Sounds like nuzzle, but no hurdles like vessel So they're plastic pellets or small scrap and the plastic pile of pellets. I feel like sounds too much like nodule or something. Well, I When I moved to New York I dated a guy and he called every little crumb and tiny piece of detritus snored, ALS. Like with a T snored. ALS So God. Well, that must be a Yankee thing. I don't know. I'm the captain. I could handle this. Let's go with Murray's definition of plastic glob you'il pellets. Not only used to make things but also how they break down and are destroying our oceans and waterways. Murray They say that nerd Eliza Small pellet used in plastics manufacturing. What does your card say? And please be gentle with Deb? You know I can compete with other players. I can compete with concepts. I can't compete with old boyfriends. It says Here a nerd. Eliza's a small pellet from which plastic items are many..

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"peter segal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"peter segal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On flute merrily, Peter Segal and Peter Barnes on various stringed and gutted instruments. They've given us a few minutes with the word baton B T. O N G. Let's turn first to Ben. Um, Baton is a sort of Parco carrying tricycle that's used in Indonesia. An Indonesian cargo tricycle. Elegant in its simplicity. That might be it or what does Deb have? Well, my husband is Australian. And there's so many amazing words that come from aboriginal words like cook a burro. Like Baron Monday. A delicious fish and widget grab and also a delicious dish and baton is actually a small Australian marsupial. Also called a rat kangaroo, which is a delicious A small Australian marsupial. Yes or Barry a tongue is a possible mistake with grave consequences. You may recall the thing from guys and dolls where they talk about how when, at the track and smoking crack. It's best to purge the urge to bet on the wrong horse. No can do tongue at that time. So either it's a possible mistake with grave consequences or it's a small Australian marsupial, or it's an Indonesian cargo carrying tricycle. Well, Caroline Baton really does mean one of those three things and the choice is yours. I thought it might be an implement that blackjack dealers used today to handle car That's no There's a similar sounding word in South Africa. Bill Tung is that dried beef air dried beef, but that's what I have to tell you. I may be a big sucker for this one. But this word sounded so Bahasa Indonesia to me As soon as I saw the tongue my daughter used to teach in Indonesia and we saw the first thing that came to mind was Indonesia. So I maybe I maybe, Well face really, You know, it's what a conductor uses in Indonesia. That's on Ly if it's in the key of G Excellent up. What do you think that I'm familiar with a lot of animals and I just don't think it's a small marsupial. And I think a rat kangaroos called a rat kangaroo is what I think. I think the cargo trike is the I go with Murray on that that it just has that ring to it. And the mistake. I don't know about that. No, I think I agree with you. I know there's a smaller Australian marsupial called a bandicoot that is pregnant for all of 14 days for it. Pops the baby like a Pez, which which begins to nerd, allowing its mother, We'll go. With them. Then they say that is an Indonesian cargo carrying tricycle. What does your card say? My card says, please bluff.

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"peter segal" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"peter segal" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

"Then. Watch. Did you S I. Think I! Did I kind of remember duet very vaguely I remember open house because I remember like the theme song almost had like a little bit of a rap to it like it was the original. was, it was so. Funny I can't right now tall. Background you. Up. And again we're way off topic with these shows. These are some of the original shows when Fox became a network along with. I'm honestly Jerry. It was so thrilling to be part of television than because we were literally on the first duet was in the first season of the Fox network, so we along with me twenty one jump street, tracey Ullman show, and which had this unknown thing. Simpson's on. She had all these other shows that were on. Married with children was all we all went on tour together. I was hysterical pictures from like going to work to do the up fronts and everything. And all these pictures, all these cast members from all these shows. We were the APP. Representatives for the Fox Network all of us actors so out and beyond radio shows and talk shows and travel with the the head of the network, and just be part of that. We got flown all over the place. You're slashing newer young man. We were just like in our twenties. It was Super Fun. It was a joyous time was really really great. Of course we have to look in the newspaper. We can see the point one percent like ratings you know like we were like we had no ratings. No, no one watched this, but we have a lot of fun it was. There were so few so many. Options as far as channels networks. Even those low ratings. So bad! I'd have to. Do another show. I can't remember what it was exactly. And then I think they started Aaron one of the Fox shows like on another network or something. I think somebody picked up. A million is calling me going. How can you be on two shows at once like? This is just a show that ever seen before. I think. At the same time that I was on another network series whatever was like. Is this from three years ago. Never seen it because it was on Fox so. I had no idea. Ellen Degeneres was on openness as well it was. You were on Ellen. Show. Allen was on my show. Thank you very much. Right! Well had your your run on. Succumb royalty as well. What was the first Sitcom? You were on as far as guest starring. Cheers cheers. Is. I mean it was thrilling to be included in that hundred. It's Shri. People edition of cheers. You know they're. They're file farewells as one of the barbells. One of the women yeah that. Head hit on or whatever? It was cool to be included that. You feel like you report in some sort of sort of television tradition when you're included in that kind of stuff, so yeah, that was definitely a huge thing for me. When I first came here I, did the I did a pilot wasn't a Sitcom, but it was a pilot. Have Pilot Dire. The diner pilot based on the movie and that was. Barry Levinson directed that which was really thrilling. That was the first job I got when I came out here and I just worked a ton just. Fame, you know like I was. Like a a teacher on failures of Vegas just did a bunch of these all series that were just on during that period of time I can't remember all of them, but yeah, the series that I got was actually was the example shit show, and that ran for six episodes and a million you million years ago. Yeah, and and and then after that I guess coming onto duet was the really big stepping sentences TV movies in between, but. It was only start was a two part guest star, and so that it changed, became a regular a series regular role after that so. That was. That was exciting to you in that and then. After that I just did I. Don't know did more pilots did more series. Danny Arnold, is he? Did show called stat and. Do you know who he is. Arnie Miller Danny road like Argh. Miller and fish and Bewitched and he was very huge producer, but he did the show called stats, and I did that then then started the the period of time that I work with the Arnold's Arnold's the time Roseanne. Arnold, so that was pretty. My. Husband and I had met on open house. And and so then he started working with the with Tom Rosanna as a director when I was working as an actor in that. When did you know that whole period of time in Thailand Roseanne we're getting a divorce. That was a huge huge popular time. You know yeah. And we would lead negate the studio every night, Philip Anatomy in the car and he would have been Rosanna might not have been around Tom during this whole Boris and we would look at each other in the Paparazzi would need a blanket us. They didn't care and we laugh and say if they just knew how much we knew collectively between the two of us, you know they would stop our R. and B. viewing us, so it was, it was pretty intense. Time we all things. Okay so. Here's a simple question for you, not revealing. which side of that equation was more trouble trysts? Would you say who had to deal with more? Really Cross. Tom Tom Basically gave you know Philip. His huge shot at directing Roseanne. Episode and then he ended up doing a whole season. That really kick started. My husband's acting career in any he he worked consistently for the next ten ten fifteen years after that wins at well, so We always say the Tom SORTA. Gave gave Philip that leg up at the time, so we were, we were very. We love both of them. Actually, it was just a new so much. It wasn't that we had aside or anything she. Just. Seen at all, so it was, it was intense. and. We got to meet Martin. Mull and haul fee, genetic or net nabis really cool people. The Jackie Thomas was Super Super Fun. Peter Segal a director now. He was dispersed episode on. On the Jackie Thomas Show US friends with the Arnold is well. It was great and then I went on to work with Tom Agana another series called Tom which was warner brothers, and that that didn't go anywhere too fast and now I guess that was the end of our networking group younger so. Did you feel like for better or for worse as you started to have? These successful appearances.

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"peter segal" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"peter segal" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"About how it's not just they're committed to it but they actually have a plan. All Right Nydia Danny thank you so so much for sharing your thoughts Brett good to see you reconcile a here at CS. In standing outside of Voices. And I have Joel soccer men from NPR with me. Joel thanks so much for joining my pleasure and having a beer okay. So this is the voice event wise. NPR here voices exit existential for NPR. And the idea that for four years ago Millions of new radio started showing up in people's homes and so for US awesome men's New Ways to reach Existing listeners and new ways to reach new listeners who maybe not we're not as familiar with NPR And so the first thing we had to do was make sure that. NPR content was available. With as easy utterances. We possibly could be Could be me To to anybody who might want to use it next up was a okay. Well we have all the stuff that we That we produce but now what are these devices really good for and what. How might people really want to use them? How can we make ourselves useful in people's days so some of that has to do with on demand content whenever they want podcasts newscasts and then it's about moving people into a continuous listening experience so they don't have to think too hard about what to do with that device in their home? Okay great so you also have some new data out today Partnership that you've I've had for a number of years now with Edison Research Around Smart Speaker adoption Around the use of voice commands across multiple devices. What are your takeaways from that? I know it's just out route so the data somewhat fresh us well but what are you seeing in that data and how are you thinking about that going forward. Well the the notion that in just a a few years. We've gone from a zero penetration to a quarter of all Americans eighteen and older having a at least one voice. Assistant device in their homes is is remarkable that kind of penetration as as you know is faster than any other a device in history faster than the smartphone the iphone And so the first and foremost these devices have made their ways into people's homes and now it's about I'll have got one of ice. I probably want to have another device. And and so we're seeing an average of two point six devices in people's homes if you have a device it's a it on average is two point six devices in your homes which means that people are finding finding jobs for those these devices to do in Many rooms whether it's you know the the the kitchen the living space. The bedroom on the bathroom in many cases says and so people are clearly finding jobs for for the vices to do. We hope you'll listen to public radio content But there are many many things that they'll do and I think it's up to many of us in the industry to figure out how to let people know that they can actually do things with the devices where we all know. Stories of people who have gotten Gotten a smart speakers as gifts and put them on the counter and don't know exactly what to do. We hope that the base minimum. You'll you'll listen to the radio but there's a lot more opportunity to to create civil discourse to Allow people to get into Fifty Years of public radio contents to to to really enrich Community listening experiences in the home. What is the are doing to teach people about What they can do on voice assistance related to your own content? While I I think it was initially there were a lot of conversations as you might imagine in the building whether or not this would cannibalize radio radio listening quote unquote radio this thing And how we felt about this organization we we didn't want to favor one manufacturer over or another and so we settled on language. That are hosts morning edition. All Things considered hosts we can say is you can also listen to to NPR on your Smart Smart Speaker at home just say play NPR And that Then takes you into a local stream an experience that allows you to localize wherever you are so so you're able to listen the next up for us to think about How we take all of the different experiences and put them into in one One infrastructure. So that if if you want to listen to podcasts if you want to finish listening to a podcast that there are other options for you to go ahead and listen to and And we're also starting to toy with some interactively. Wait wait wait on tell me is a very popular weekly comedy quiz show On weekends and So we created a weight quiz which allows you home to to play along with the hosts Peter Segal and Bill Kurtis and this same familiar corny jokes that they they do on the radio. Show when you get something right or wrong And we're starting to build on on that because one of the difficulties is ensuring that people come back week after week once you have something. There's no guarantee that somebody's going to do it a second time. So how are you thinking about retention for for things beyond. Let's say the quiz show right so you have this broadcast model that you've had for. I don't know eighty years something like that for fifty years but certainly eighty ninety years Radio in general. Yeah Yeah Okay so for fifty years you've had this broadcast model. aww been pushing content out obviously different interaction model. You can actually see if people come back or not so you know that data. So what are you thinking about that. And how our you changing. Maybe the way you think of the broadcast model with voice will. I think we started to think about that with our Mobile APP NPR one on about five years ago and we started thinking. How can we if we know? There's a radio show called morning edition. That's to our radio show in the morning. Most people don't sit and listen for two hours right. You have a twenty two minute commute on your.

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"peter segal" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"peter segal" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"From the process of making which in turn is separated from the process of use ultimately. You got to power into the hands of the person who's going to use the thing Ouster says when that doesn't happen when the designer and the maker and the user are all in different places not talking to each other. You get designs things that don't work you get ugly buildings that nobody likes or schools look like prisons homes and apartment buildings. Don't make sense for the people who live in them. And part of the reason for this as Alastair is that architecture and design are so centralized there anything but hoping and there is this kind of myth of the hero hero individual architect this kind of genius who produces a sketch and then throws over a balcony and it just somehow happens into the world and I guess locked into that. Is this idea that well we know. Best Design and development is something done to people dump by people. Yeah I mean you look at most big cities and it's skyscrapers and huge housing projects and big box stores and that was just kind of put out there and we just kind of accept it and actually we all believe in the idea of democracy right and so the irony was really since the industrial revolution. We've been bought into these big systems of design and development that were incredibly actually undemocratic and suddenly. We're moving into well. Where potentially that might not be true? Picks up that idea from the Ted Stage so the challenge we face is. How are we going to build the tools the infrastructure and the institutions for architecture's social economy and that began with open source software and over the last few years? It's been moving into the physical world with open source hardware which are freely shared blueprints. reprints that anyone can download and make for themselves and we were fascinated by what that might mean for architecture so about a year and a half ago we started working on project. Wiki Housing Wiki House is an open source construction system and the idea is to make it possible for anyone to go go online access. A freely shared library of three D models which they can download and adapt almost at the click of a switch. They can generate a set of cutting files which allow them in effect to print out the parts from a house using a CNC machine which is like a large printer that can cut sheets of of plywood and the parts are all numbered. And basically what you end up with these really big Ikea Kit and it goes together. Without any bolts it uses wedge and peg connections and even the mallets to make it can be provided on the cutting sheets beats as well and a team of about two or three people working together can build this. They don't need any traditional construction skills. They don't need a huge array of power tools. Or anything like that and what you end up with. Just the basic chassis of a house onto which you can then apply systems like windows and cladding installation and services based on what's cheap and what's available of course the house is never finished with a CNC machine he can make new parts for it over. Its life or even use it to make the house next door. So how could we change the way. We think about design Alastair Parvin returns in just a minute to explain Cairo's our show today open source and you're listening to the Ted Radio Hour from NPR. Hey everyone just quick thanks to one of our sponsors who helps make this podcast possible rocket mortgage by quicken loans. Imagine how it feels to have an award award winning team of mortgage experts the home buying process smoother for you with history of industry leading online lending technology. Rocket Mortgage is changing the game visit rocketmortgage Dot Com Slash Ideas Jessica. Equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and MLS consumer access dot Org number thirty thirty rocket mortgage by quicken loans push-button get mortgage this message comes from NPR sponsor. Total wine and more where friendly Finley in store teams can recommend the perfect bottle of wine for your holiday gathering with eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers. There's always something new to explore. Total total wine has built partnerships with some of the most intriguing winemakers and brewers from around the world whether you're hosting or bringing the wine total wine and more is always aways low. Prices and ridiculous selection will always provide something interesting to drink more at totalwine DOT com. I'm Peter Segal sure you're enjoying this. NPR podcast filled with important and useful information. But isn't the most important and and useful information like this. The museum actually went and made a synthetic version of dinosaur breath. It's axe body spray believes. Oh wait wait don't tell me from. NPR We are listen now and share with your friends..

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"peter segal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"peter segal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome to forum. I'm Michael Krasny. Peterson angle the house of NPR's. Wait. Wait, don't tell me has been running for most of his life. And in his new memoir the incomplete book of running he reflects on how that simple exercise, which sixty million Americans participated in during two thousand seventeen has become the avenue for him to grapple with his thoughts and the increasingly turbulent world. He joins us this hour to discuss not only career, but what he's learned after fourteen marathons and a lot of time to think could welcome Peter Segal, how nice to see you again. Michael, even though I can't see this time. Yes, I'm invisible. And it's good to have you with us on forum and good to be back with you. I want to talk about running with you, of course, and talk about wait. Wait, don't tell me and give listeners a chance and an opportunity to speak with you as well. And I thought I began by letting people know and getting your response to this that as you say in your book at forty you went from being a person who ran to being a runner, and now you can say like Balboa that you have circumnavigated the globe actually done enough miles to literally run round the world. I am such a pendant that. I'm sitting here and going boa wasn't it Magellan. I dunno. Anyway, this is public radio. You think you're right. It was Magellan. Of course, you know, what we do in public radio bullpens it so that. Yeah. I have I have. Well, I mean as I say my book, I calculate that. I've actually run enough miles to circumnavigate the globe. If I were to sort of head in one direction and keep going. I haven't done that, of course. And in a weird way writing the book was a way of trying to figure out where exactly I had gotten to given all those miles a lot of people say about running people who don't like it that it is pointless. And I was trying to argue the opposite case with data from my own life. And I I hope I've done it. Well, you've got a primer here. You've got a running manifesto, and you've got a book, which I was thinking about this in light of this is sort of your virtue book to follow it you. Call your vice book in a weird way. Yeah. I've funny. I I've written two books. Now, the first book ten years ago, it was called the book of vice this is golden complete book running. Apparently, I'm incapable of writing a book without telling people it's a book in the title. I'm not a trusting person. What can I tell you that comes from the pedantry the two, I guess, let's let's talk about. In writing for a moment because there's a kind of narrative drive and telling your story here that I think as its analogies to running. Yeah. As. As I've told people when I first set out to write this book. It was going to be something much breezy, or you know, sort of a classic kind of. Hey, here's an amusing guide, physical, fitness. You know, running your way through a midlife crisis and circumstances changed there were two explosions. One in my life is my as my marriage exploded in by explosions, I made one of those big vivid ones that you know, you see action heroes walking away from without turning around to see that kind of explosion nuclear. Yeah. Maybe like the death star going up not in the original Star Wars, but in the digitally enhanced re release. I mean, a big explosion is what I'm saying here. And also because of that explosion. I ended up at the Boston marathon in two thousand thirteen I simply needed to have somewhere else to go and somebody asked me to guide a blind runner there. And I was a witness of that explosion. And those two explosions sort of started without my willing. Approval. A narrative that the book kind of describes as I went through the following year of my life. Well, there is a line in your book, which I wanna call attention to hear because it kind of brings us into the Boston marathon early on you say first time Boston marathoners, go out too fast at the beginning, whooping and leaping and the excitement of starting the greatest race in the world. And then they get to the tough part. And they realized that they were completely unprepared and stupid to even attempt it, it's a lot like marriage. It is isn't it? I that was thought I actually had in the moment when I wrote that line. I was like, oh, wait a minute. Yeah. A lot of this book is about ah, somebody me speaking of pedantry who thought himself to be a pretty smart guy knew how to do stuff ending up in situations that I had absolutely no preparation for and was completely overwhelmed by and as it turned out much to my surprise. It turned out that long distance running as silly. And as simple as that may seem turned out to be really good preparation for getting through those things. It's called an endurance sport. For a reason why you got through the marathon. And you said modestly you help somebody. But that's quite a story in itself. Yeah. Sort of a caretaker an overseer for men who had some disabilities and particularly in sight. But you're also I think alluding to the fact that there was a big explosion because of the Sarnoff brothers in your timing was pretty exquisite. I mean, you just yeah. What happened was I was as you say guiding that day a blind runner man named William Greer who who remains friends. He's a great guy lives in Austin and a farmer accomplished accomplished marathoner and ultra run of an I am by the way who is visually impaired is critical blindness and he needed a guide for that day. I had never done that before I had never guided. Anyone let alone a blind person in a marathon. But I volunteered to do it again because I needed someplace to go, and then ended up being an interesting day in the way that all marathons are. But of course, in a way that particular marathon ended up being as it happened to make a long story somewhat briefer. He had a really hard day was not doing well in. The course anybody who's running marathon will know sometimes this happens stopping to walk stopping to rest stopping to recover. And honestly as he told me did not think he'd be able to run the last mile or so encouraged him to do. So because the last mile of the Boston marathon is famous in sports the right on Hertford the left on boils. All of a sudden enter into what seems to be a canyon of heroes people lining the streets of tall buildings. And he was gonna walk it because he felt pretty terrible. But at the last minute, he had a burst of courage, his heart goose two sizes, and he ran that last mile one of the bravest miles. I've ever seen given how intimately I knew he was suffering and we crossed the line. And we were celebrating in the course of collapse. He was not mean, it's amazing. I don't know if anybody I'm sure most people have experiences like this. Where adrenaline gets you through something in the allows you to ignore what kind of pain or discomfort. You're in until all of a sudden, it doesn't anymore, and it all comes crushing back on you. And that's how he was feeling. So we were sort of still not moving forward in the finishing chute beyond the finish line with us. We're only about one hundred yards away when the bombs went off much to our shock. And as I've often like to talk about, and and this may have been the thing that started the whole journey of writing this book it occurred to me later that if he hadn't had that burst of courage and grit and determination to run that last mile. Who knows where we would have been when the bombs went off. Would we have been so far back that we would have been blocked from finishing as many hundreds? If not thousands of runners were that day or would we have been right in front of marathon sports, where the first bomb was placed who knows talking with Peter Sehgal, a host of NPR's. Wait, wait, don't tell me and author of a new memoir called the incomplete book of running. Well, I was thinking about running in terms of something you say no better feeling than starting a marathon. And yet also starting a book they they used to say writing books. The toughest thing is the takeoffs in the landings. It's absolutely true. I mean, it's a little bit like a marathon and a little bit like a marriage is that it seems so easy to start. And then you get into the middle of it. And all you can think about is. How far you have yet to go? And this is one of my theories about why running is valuable in the face of everybody who says well, it's silly. It's boring. It's too simple. Because running is about running the mile. You're in. Any successful runner long distance runner will tell you that. If you get too obsessed about how far away the finish line is and how much your suffering, and whether you can make it there. You're never gonna make it there at least not in good form. And in good time. The way to approach running is to be where you are. All right. I'm in mile five of twenty six mile marathon or fifty mile ultra race. How do I do this mile? How am I doing? What do we need to pay attention to? And if you apply that that sort of here, I am now what do I need to do to get to.

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