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"rain carolina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It if you can win some games French actress funny all don't reveals what she's based her career choices on the Iranian artist Serena shots tells us what she learned about American identity by traveling around the desert of New Mexico and music comes from a banjo royalty Abigail Washburn and Bela Fleck my guests in the outside studio Polish artist Oscar cry of ski whose exhibition malls and beyond is currently running in London will be hearing more about that later and we welcome back filmmaker critic cannot South family member Catherine right the full anything else today can I ask you both for a cultural highlights from your week Catherine I'll start with you I saw the invisible man the new film with invisible man last night starring Elisabeth moss and I had a really great time with it suits the cutting re working of the invisible man horror story through the lens of a kind of domestic abuse relationship so it's quite dark but really compelling and clouds of pressing the play as well it is a small film I mean there's a couple of NIT picks ahead with some plot elements but the Croft of it is incredible the weather using these low base he registers in the sound makes almost suggest a present so you kind of know when he's that alone yeah I had a really good time that look like okay so since hearing about to ask what about your cultural highlight for you I mean there's in the future and I've re watched recently laid drama twenty forty nine and was amazed again then discovered so many new qualities both in the story and through the beautiful picture artistic lens it's just unbelievable so that was my highlight again has Ricky sculpt being made aware of the work that you creates which has in some pieces of varying played one of five well I would love to that's my wish for sure might pieces are quite good for set design so who knows who knows yeah catches attention one day thank you both thanks man British actress playwright a ten screen writer C. B. Waller bridge the creator and star of fleabag the BBC sitcom that became the first British show to win best comedy series at the Emmy awards last year it's been seen in more than two hundred countries hi specialities so far seems to have been the bringing of extraordinary and unusual female characters to the screen she also created them right the global hits TV series killing eve based on the villanelle collection of novellas and recently she was part of the writing team on the new bond movie No time to die well it's been quite a year for Phoebe Waller bridge she's won three Emmys for acting and writing two golden globes the SAG awards and she's just published flea bag the scriptures a book of fleabag scripts the BBC's January asked the V. W. V. flea bag is and where she came from when I was in my twenties and I was feeling quite cynical and I'm standing on the precipice of being sort of too cynical or becoming a little bit depressed about the pressures of society inside to wake up to the the pressures that women around a man as well but sixty women and I felt if I look down over the precipice into the chasm below at the bottom was fleabag you know when the technician off of me it was the worst case scenario of a kind of spiral of self loathing in touch and that's where it all started it was really about women who felt that she was really valued primarily by sexual desirability and I just really want to write about that in a way that was accessible and funny so people didn't realize that's what it was about until six of twenty two three thank cool priest known a big reader with no friends are you cool person very normal that a normal person and makes you a normal person who who is locked it can feel Shakespearean in its in its pain strong slightly scary that a lot of people much humid through looked upon a graphical yeah I mean I go quite early on because I seem to people which and I called a feedback which is my family nickname so I was asking for trouble your family at the end of the book you for me yeah and I I seems that there will be people who think it's autobiographical but I hope that the people than comfortable are you with rising about women who from rage or extremely violent which of course for the navy very comfortable yeah I think for me so this is not without the other side of the stories me villanelle is interesting because she's so incredibly vulnerable and child like moments before or after she commits this heinous act of violence for me that's what makes sense and I'm not interested in accounting he's just going to go in models people she has people she's just brutal I don't see the whole picture and I also I'm excited by extremes as much as the detail the fact that she can be so gentle with a piece of clothing that she adores and she sort of has the same amount of excitement and thrill from both finishes Radice than women I think female characters the court rule has happened to you since three pack that couple of awards take us to work on the film what was your reaction when they said would you come into the it was a big old yes please the wonderful thing about that is that it's those phone calls happen someone says Bob wants to meet you and me Bob and then let's meet Daniel and you have these incredible conversations about this iconic character you've grown up with and then suddenly when you're on board it's like every other job because everyone is just making a story making a thing work and you to submit interim again with post its on the wheel and then you guys to leave and you'll see a set being built outside for some extraordinary thing and you're like oh yeah this is this is different from simply backs but it was actually seen the stunt people the stunt guys practicing practicing drilling I don't know and that they let you hold the hands like guns like kids and that's when I sing it smoking pot and then they will go to you and that was my favorite take away from being on the phones that we should just say that it does have cooked up a prickly and Daniel Craig yes does he how old is too I haven't seen him do it but I think his stunt double dates Q. Q. but I think there is a French contingent who go pew pew and I think that's an English continuing go bang bang and it was very so you enjoy the whole experience yeah I mean it's really challenging and it's been in development for a long time and they had a script inside you know my role is to try to be helpful and to offer things into saying I'm gonna give you these options and then you can use any of them or you can get rid of all of them Phoebe Waller bridge that and in Hindi films let me tell you specially Bollywood movies the sound effect for those guns would be yeah my guests in the outside studio operations his Oscar client ski and still make a producer and critic Catherine Bray giving festival if you'll bond funds will score you a bond fund yes I am especially when I was a younger person I was really really embarrassed in these movies what did you like about them the action the queue more and definitely got jets sold these cars and watches and the fighting scenes I'm a martial arts myself are you one of the most months I've done karate boxing and now I've done the ikea for thirteen years wow this is this is and that may be bond movies contributed to that who knows how long after you've owned phone yes with some great reservations about that unicycle told AFP that the first western cinema would been goldeneye when I was about twelve and I fell completely in love with us and you don't want to talk bye bye sometimes Jackson yes such amazing format so yep his post news the bond that I sort of holding my house's definitive see now we could go around the whole thing could we know the best phone dues Connery why do we think Phoebe Waller bridge was drafted into work on the script any thoughts on that well she's credible I think coming to her credibility is at an all time high but I think killing eve has got that real combination of style and violence that we associate with phone but will say they want to bring it into the twenty first century and have a strong female voice now and not seems like those two things yeah very much so you're listening to the BBC world service this is the outsell anti Niki Beattie the legendary singer songwriter James Taylor songs means so much to say many people you've got a friend firing rain Carolina in my mind James Taylor's own songs have become standards for a generation and yet he's now interpreting classic songs on his new album American standard therapy sees from Rogers and Hammerstein musicals Billie holiday's god bless the child a sublime version of moon river and all arranged for the guitar and James is voice when he came into the B. B. C. I asked him why he chose to re interpret the songs but first you can tell a lot about people in the preamble to an interview he's.
"rain carolina" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So I want to see him do it again. You know, he had a couple long ones in in the first couple of games of the tournament. I think it's going to be a great game. But I I don't think Bruce is going to back down. I think Bruce is going to say, you know, what this is what we do we run, and I'm going to trust that I built this team to run with anybody. And that includes North Carolina. I'm not going to be intimidated and change my style. Now, I could see, you know, maybe, you know, you get a double digit lead in your inside the last five minutes, maybe you work the clock a little bit more. But you know, you start doing that like he did against New Mexico state. And they nearly squandered a fifteen point lead. There were fortunate to come away and get the W. So you gotta be careful when you kind of go away with what got you there. And I think Bruce thinks that his team is as fast as any team in the country. Well, they they definitely play great pace. And I mean, they're they're on this. Great run. Right. So auburn. Interact together. They've they've had this great run out of its eight nine in a row and they're playing their best basketball the right time. Carolina teams pro perplexing to me. I thought they'd be in early out because between you and I I don't trust. Kobe white in the big spot. I think he's more on him than the team. But he's produced in here you go game against Auburn. And you look and see well, you know, he's going to have to play a big role. So will Kobe white be the he'll this North Carolina team. I keep thinking that's going to happen. But I don't know he keeps provide me wrong in many ways. The biggest thing for Auburn is they're going to be tested on the offensive glass. Carolina is on the offensive glass. We saw this against Washington when they did miss repeat after repeat opportunities because they race right to the rim. And auburn's warned the worst in the country and keeping teams off the glass something's going to have to give their and to me. That's you know, that's one of the X factors on what's going to happen. The other part is Orman doesn't do a great job defending this, rain Carolina. If they're hitting yet, and I don't necessarily trust them in a big spot. But if they're hitting their threes, auburn's not really work. Overly hard to prevent three point opportunities. So there's challenge there's definitely a challenge. And maybe they're ready at this point in the season to continue this ascension, and in be able to play this, you know, this high level and and shocked the nation many of which have this before gone conclusion at Carolina's making it to championship game to play Duke. Albarn Auburn got. Yeah. Auburn right now is plus five and the TOTAL's gone from one fifty eight and a half up to one sixty three. So that lets me feel that I'm on the right path. They're the winner lose auburn's going to as my buddy, Chuck outta would say go with the date that got you there. You know? I mean, basically, you know, that's gotta do what you do best. And that's what Auburn does again. Will it come back to haunt him? Because Carolina's just bigger maybe maybe quicker. I think we'll find out I should say, maybe faster and quicker. I think very quick. And I look to me is a lot is on Jared Harper. If this guy's have in any game, you know, I mean, he can other the other guys kind of feed off him, and he's just plays with so much confidence. And I know he botched the end of the game scenario there in the first game against New Mexico state and fouling up three which you wanna do. But you wanna do it? If you're say, six seconds or less. He does it with fifteen and a half seconds to go, and it's his fifth valley didn't even realize he had four fouls. So got to be careful, and that's that's my thing. Because you've been around the game for a long time when you have a staff, especially from a power five team, and you have four five assistance all nice and dressing each one of those guys. She'd have one or two guys assigned to them in other words, so if there's someone on the floor that each one of these coaches goes over and says, we have no time outs. You have four fouls. I mean things that because all of a sudden some of these guys I it's getting so big everything's being thrown out there trying to figure out. Okay. Who am I got? What are we doing? What's the play all this stuff? And if it's a close game down the stretch, these guys need to be told. So if somebody told Chris Weber from Michigan, look, we have no time outs. And then he still calls done. Then it's not then it's on him. Because you made sure you got that to him. I just think that's one thing. The other thing that really irritates me. And it was at the end of the Ohio State Iowa State game. I was state nearly had a steel down three. But nearly how to steal didn't get it kept the full court pressure on an Ohio State, and I went back, and I watched the video over and over again, and I timed it all my stop watch five point five five seconds. Before the time out was even signaled for by Ohio State trying to get that ball in Lille incline. We have a thirty second clock when he gets to twenty. We know if you're not across midcourt, boom, they give the border the other team. Why can't we have a five second clock counting down somewhere instead of some guy with this back and forth? Arm motion that when he gets the four the last count takes about an hour and a half and a game like this. That's a good question. I just don't know how you know how the uniform it. Right. When does it start? When was it starts when you give the ball when the referee gives the ball to that kid, which is what I did as soon as that ball was placed in that guy's hands. And the referee was no longer touching the ball. In other words, he put it right in the hands. There of the Ohio State player. I don't know if it was Caleb was whoever was trying to get it in. And I think it was Andrea was actually in right there. And I started out I went back, and I made sure I did it because I had it right there on Anna kept going rewinding and doing it again. And I was consistent five point five five seconds. And that's before they signalled for the time. That's like that's when the guy asked for the time out. So I mean to me is something in this day and age, technology wise, it can be handled needs to be handled in a you know, I'd like to see it at the end of the games, we got all this other stuff. We're able to go back leads. Gotta drive you nuts with a lot of this stuff to where. Okay. We're going back to the monitor. We're going back to the monitor and. Sometimes it's happening like for Cincinnati. They were pretty fortunate against Iowa. You know, again, I will made a a great comeback in that game and a great comeback in their next game. But Cincinnati was fortunate. They had no time outs. And there were a couple of times they went to the monitor and all of a sudden, Macron's got like an extra time out because it's, you know, two three minutes while they're going over, you know, how much time left on the clock or this. And that it's our first three tenths of a second. It took them. You know, a good four or five minutes before they actually got it. Right. And that that's kind of sad. You gotta either make that right away. Otherwise, leave it the way it is on the court. I mean, it's if it's gonna take you that long, and I know you want to get it. Right. But it shouldn't be too where it disrupts the flow of the game. Like that. Yeah. I agree. The we got real issues in regards to consistency with the monitor as well as consistency. Would you know? What's key calls? I mean, we were nowhere with block in charge. We're nowhere. It was five seconds. There's you know, there's a variety of things we already so early this year, you you can't use what you can and can't use the monitor needs to be relooked at. So there's a lot of there's a lot of tweaking that that could be done to continually improve the game. And it's just a matter of, you know, who cares enough to go and put it in place. And that's you know, and here we are when we look at it from college basketball perspectives, and you've got, you know, this guy who was arrested who claim that he has evidenced in regards to Nike involvement pay to play and and everything so in the grand scheme of things getting these rules while important there's so much going on in college basketball. It's just so hard to really tackle every single area. I got you Kentucky. What about Kentucky? What about PJ Washington? You think this kids can be able to play? She gets the cast off. And you know, that's the key thing is coming off. And we'll based on that, you know, where he got with it. So I think it's a pure fifty fifty a whether or not easy gonna be ready to go. No till tomorrow late or Wednesday. I know you're fan of Kelvin Sampson. He's doing a great job. I like this team a lot Houston Kentucky. Would do you like? Depends on who's playing right. So I think they definitely need. I would say Kentucky definitely needs PJ Washington for this game because they have to slow down. I mean Houston plays with incredible pace. And they are fearless. And they're gonna keep coming at you Kentucky's really going to have to establish, you know, take time and established the offense run quality opportunities. Like they did in the game for after chase definitely gonna have to chase Houston. The get back where your transition d you gotta chase them off the three point line. So Kentucky is going to have their work handed forum if they're going to have any success here, but this is no easy game for and they definitely need PJ Washington. I think that's a big factor because I think they have to play half Courtney offense and they've got to us. In in re Travis and post up, and and try to get an advantage in that way. So if I had to pin you down. You go in North Carolina over Auburn. Despite you trying to talk me out of it here. I would say yes, I would go North Carolina over walk burns. And now this is the kind of pick Washington, North Carolina. I keep waiting for them to fall. So I want them to fall. But I don't I don't know if this is going to be the game that that's going to do. Right. Just to let you know, Johnny. Of course is handling your phone and Johnny's in North Carolina kid, so just FYI. We don't wanna I don't wanna fall too hard now Janis as great as long as they beat do Janis Abby campaign. He got the first two there and nearly got the Tri factor in the third one with Diane in, and I know that's a lot of people are hoping either Virginia gets a third crack at Duke or North Carolina Duke. I mean, again, I think it's must see TV because they had the one point game was ion playing..
"rain carolina" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tonight, it's all the action is because all the rain and snow and action packed, and that's all the way from San Diego Santa Barbara and San Francisco where a lot of good buddies hanging out and stuff, and that's right on the coast there Portland in through Seattle. And now it's heading more and more eastward, Montana's getting lots of snow tonight, Wyoming, lots of snow Colorado now, lots of snow down in Arizona's still all rain and thunderstorms Vegas is getting the rain. However, the upper part around Reno's snow Utah Salt Lake City man, they got the whole combo going on. So let's say maybe. A little bit of a light show now down in Texas right now, let's take the reins isolated around Houston. But some of the showers has moved into Louisiana. Not quite over to the big easy yet. The badlands at the time being or okay, Minnesota, Wisconsin. Still good illinois's. Good, missouri. Arkansas Oklahoma, Kansas everything will say okay there. However looks like all of that rain starting to expand their Georgia's, of course, Super Bowls on tap later. On today. Atlanta right now is clear, but ler part, George Zeph. We got a lot of action going on there. Tallahassee. Still got rain Jacksonville beach and other northern parts of Florida. Rain Carolina's getting a little bit of action now north the North Carolina mainly in Washington DC, New York, New York, Boston mass Syracuse buffalo, Pittsburgh, PA high and dry right now. Anything the severe weather map Ochsner California under a tornado warning. Oh,.