36 Burst results for "Richard"

Fresh update on "richard" discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:31 sec | 29 min ago

Fresh update on "richard" discussed on The Von Haessler Doctrine

"Not feeling myself, you know, and feeling like I was in a fog, she says. An M r. I showed two small tumors little Tumor's kind of near each other. And they gotta go. Her recovery is expected to take at least 8 to 10 weeks. We're all praying for Democrat turned Republican Vernon Jones, announcing he will run for governor taking on Governor Brian Kemp in 2022. Burning. Jones called Georges presidential election fixed and Fulton County predicts the cost to run future elections will continue to go higher. The county spent $38 million in last year's election cycle, almost four times more than it did in the previous presidential election. Fulton County Elections Director Richard Baer and saying George's new voting law Limiting the time for early voting will mean Longer lines at the polls and more cost. WSB news time is 10 33 the Cupid vaccine, whether or not to get it is.

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Streak breaker: Kepler single in 9th, Twins edge Red Sox

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 14 hrs ago

Streak breaker: Kepler single in 9th, Twins edge Red Sox

"Max Kepler's bloop RBI single in the bottom of the ninth gave the twins a four three victory over the red Sox the outcome stops Minnesota's five game skid and breaks a nine game winning streak for Boston Michael Pineda allowed only two singles over seven scoreless innings for the twins aha really good feels better for my fastball in on try to locate it inside a home site to the playing everything is working doing you know this we want to paying yeah I'm happy for that Penedo left with a three nothing lead but the red Sox tied on Alex Verdugo those three run double in the eighth Boston starter Garrett Richards gave up four hits over five innings but he was nicked for a pair of unearned runs in the second I'm Dave Ferrie

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No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

"The minute with kevin mason. I've never considered myself a lucky person. Everything i've gotten. I've worked hard for and that's where the mantra of no pain. No gain comes in. I was thinking about that the other day. I've never had anything just handed to me. Not that lucky. But i was wondering to myself. Where does this phrase no pain. No gain come from so of course. I decided to look into it most famous in the nineteen eighties. It became an exercise. Mantra thanks to jane. Fonda used to always talk about no pain no gain energy and fonda tapes but of course it actually predates that it goes back to the second century in hebrew literature. In fact benjamin. Franklin talked about no pain no gain his way of saying it in poor. Richard's almanac there are no gains without pains and there some days. That's frustrating by the way today happens to be one of those days just had one of those two steps forward three steps back kind of weeks. It's not a bad thing. It just frustrating. Can i get something. I probably don't deserve just because i deserve it. Just ask it.

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No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

"The minute with kevin mason. I've never considered myself a lucky person. Everything i've gotten. I've worked hard for and that's where the mantra of no pain. No gain comes in. I was thinking about that the other day. I've never had anything just handed to me. Not that lucky. But i was wondering to myself. Where does this phrase no pain. No gain come from so of course. I decided to look into it most famous in the nineteen eighties. It became an exercise. Mantra thanks to jane. Fonda used to always talk about no pain no gain energy and fonda tapes but of course it actually predates that it goes back to the second century in hebrew literature. In fact benjamin. Franklin talked about no pain no gain his way of saying it in poor. Richard's almanac there are no gains without pains and there some days. That's frustrating by the way today happens to be one of those days just had one of those two steps forward three steps back kind of weeks. It's not a bad thing. It just frustrating. Can i get something. I probably don't deserve just because i deserve it. Just ask it.

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President Biden meets with executives on global chip shortage

Richard Eeds

00:11 sec | 3 d ago

President Biden meets with executives on global chip shortage

"Says the U. S must strengthen its domestic semiconductor industry. Biting hosted a White House meeting today on the ongoing chip shortage affecting a variety of industries in the U. S.

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Reading Rainbow's Levar Burton Wants to Host 'Jeopardy!'

Morning Edition

00:13 sec | Last week

Reading Rainbow's Levar Burton Wants to Host 'Jeopardy!'

"Well, the competition is intensifying because this week, the actor Levar Burton of Star Trek and reading Rainbow and Roots, among other things, said he wants to host jeopardy too. Mike Richards would not say whether burden is on the list, but did confirm they've

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Does Aaron Rodgers Want to Be the Permanent Host of 'Jeopardy!'?

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:25 min | Last week

Does Aaron Rodgers Want to Be the Permanent Host of 'Jeopardy!'?

"Course, is the reigning M v P of the NFL, a Green Bay Packer and we should note a former winner of celebrity jeopardy. He's hosting this week and next. As the quiz show looks for a successor for the late Alex Trebek. Erin was great to keep prepared so intensely. That it was really a joy to watch. Mike Richards is the executive producer of Jeopardy. Fans will recall. He also guest hosted the program recently. And although they could be angling for the same job, Richard says there was no sense of competition potentially on the golf course There might be some competition. But you know my job is to make everyone who comes onto that set. As great as they can be, he says. You'll see Aaron Rodgers get better during his guest run. The quarterback already showed Grace under pressure when a contestant took the chance to poke fun at the Packers strategy in the NFC Championship game, Scott You come up the correct response who wanted to kick that field goal That is a great question should be should be correct. But unfortunately for this game today, that's incorrect. Well, the competition is intensifying because this week the actor Levar Burton of Star Trek and reading Rainbow. And roots, among other things, said he wants to host jeopardy to Mike Richards would not say whether burden is on the list, but did confirm they've talked

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Los Angeles use-of-force expert testifies in Derek Chauvin trial

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | Last week

Los Angeles use-of-force expert testifies in Derek Chauvin trial

"Trade. Turner belts a two run homer for the dance. Starling Castro has a pair of R B I singles. That's trail the Braves 75 in the seventh inning. Stephen Strasburg is slated to pitch the second game today. Men's college basketball Arizona fires coach Sean Miller. He led the Wildcats to seven N C a a tournament and three regional finals in 12 years with the school. The program is currently under N. C a investigation. NHL Capitals Place for Richard Panic on waivers They face Boston tomorrow night. NBA Wizards attempt to end their losing streak at four games. Tonight they visit Orlando. It's seven on 1500 AM Golf. Los Angeles. Authorities say Tiger Woods car was traveling 84 87 miles an hour at the time of his accident earlier this year, and that there were no signs of impairment. Masters tees off tomorrow morning at eight a.m. Check out our preview. It's on the sports page. W t o p. Com Dave Frosting WTLV Sports, Right, Dave.

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Forbes Lists 2,755 Wealthiest Billionaires in the World

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:37 sec | Last week

Forbes Lists 2,755 Wealthiest Billionaires in the World

"Forbes released longest list of wealthiest people in the world ever. There are now 2755 billionaires in the world. And whole lot more billionaires sent Be covert virus came out of Wuhan, China. Lot more billionaires that turns out. A lot of poor people have gotten poorer. But a lot of rich people have gotten richer and they're more billionaires than ever before. And among the billionaires. They have gotten a lot richer. You know, it's going to be rich. Of course you get Richard. I don't think it has a lot to do with. I think it's just the world in general.

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New York Doormen Who Stood By After Brutal Attack on Asian Woman Are Fired

Richard Eeds

00:24 sec | Last week

New York Doormen Who Stood By After Brutal Attack on Asian Woman Are Fired

"New York City doorman who stood by as an Asian woman was brutally assaulted have been fired. Security video shows the dorm and inside the building as the alleged attacker stomped on a 65 year old Asian woman last week in Manhattan. Property managers, the Brodsky organization said, even though the doorman emerged to assist the victim and flag down an NYPD vehicle emergency and safety protocols were not followed.

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Minneapolis Police Chief Says Chauvin Did Not Follow Use-of-Force Protocol

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:51 sec | Last week

Minneapolis Police Chief Says Chauvin Did Not Follow Use-of-Force Protocol

"Chief, has told the jury that former officer Derrick Show Vin did not follow procedure during the fatal arrest of George Floyd from Minnesota Public Radio Matt Sepik reports the cheap testified that show Vin used excessive force. Prosecutors argue that Floyd died of asphyxiation while handcuffed, face down a Sheldon knelt on his neck. On the witness stand. Minneapolis police chief Madeira Arredondo said Sheldon's actions were not a reasonable use of force that in no way shape or form is anything that Is by policy is not part of our training, and it is certainly not part of our ethics are values in Redondo is testimony echoed that of Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman, the department's most senior officer, who said last week that the move was uncalled for. Defense argues that Sheldon was acting in line with his training and that Floyd's poor health and drug use led to his death for NPR

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Lawmakers Want Details on Facebook’s Instagram for Kids

Geek News Central

01:03 min | Last week

Lawmakers Want Details on Facebook’s Instagram for Kids

"Democratic lawyers are asking facebook the detail. Its instagram for kids project. They have concerns about the proposal. You think following report last month. The facebook is working on a version. Instagram for children under the age of thirteen parents. Parents parents parents a group of four democrat. Lawmakers said they're concerned with the company's plan a letter signed by senator ed markey richard blumenthal represent. Kathy castor and laurie trahan. The group astra series appointed and technical questions related the project for instance several direct. The company detail. How the tubers instagram will be including whether facebook will those will allow those on the main line app to see the contents. Kids post other questions. Touched on practical subjects ike. How facebook plans to handle things when he used turns thirteen and so on and so forth please please please if they launch this. Do not allow your under thirteen year. Old kids to get a kids instagram. Please

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Toxic wastewater reservoir in Florida on brink of collapse

Richard Eeds

00:22 sec | Last week

Toxic wastewater reservoir in Florida on brink of collapse

"Declared a state of emergency after a toxic waste water leak has a retaining wall around the reservoir on the brink of collapse. Additional pumps have been brought in, and crews are trying to move the water out. But that could take more than a week. There are concerns that homes in the area could flood and there could be a significant environmental impact on the region. The contaminated water is from the old piney Point phosphate plant south of

Cairo's Mummy Parade Goes Smoothly

Richard Eeds

00:38 sec | Last week

Cairo's Mummy Parade Goes Smoothly

"Cairo over the weekend, stirring up concerns about a so called curse of the pharaohs, 18 kings and four queens were paraded in special shock, absorbing vehicles for about three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations. The move reignited talk on social media about the curse, which has been blamed for recent incidents like the ship blocking the Suez Canal, a train crash that left dozens dead last month and a building collapse in Cairo. Thicker stems from a warning on the tomb of King Tut, that red death will come on quick wings for those who disturb the King's peace. Michael Kastner, a prank a couple pulled that Disney world

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Head of Homicide Says Force Used Against George Floyd Was "Uncalled For"

John Batchelor

00:34 sec | Last week

Head of Homicide Says Force Used Against George Floyd Was "Uncalled For"

"Being vaccinated. Trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin continues today. ABC is how Express is there in court, Former cop Derrick Show. Vin has spent much of the trial so far, taking notes during testimony. Jurors a last week hearing from emotional witnesses, including George Floyd's girlfriend, who Detailed their opioid addiction and testimony from Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman, the most senior officer on the police force and head of homicide who testified What show Vin did goes against everything. Officers have been trained to do, calling the use of force, while Floyd was already

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Derek Chauvin Trial: Second Week of Witness Testimony Begins

Chris Krok

00:49 sec | Last week

Derek Chauvin Trial: Second Week of Witness Testimony Begins

"And week two of the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Showman begins today. He's charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter and George Floyd's death. Correspondent Jeff Minahasa expect more likely emotional, even expert testimony this week and evidence in former officer Derrick Childrens murder trial following testimony last week, including from Minneapolis police Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman, who told jurors once you secure handcuff a person. You need to get him out of the prone position as soon as possible because it restricts their breathing. We heard from George Floyd's girlfriend who talked of Floyd's drug problem, telling jurors that Floyd overdosed and was hospitalized weeks before his death, as the case expects to look into autopsy results, cause of death and all amid the continued presence of police and National Guard soldiers to

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Trial in Floyd's death expected to turn to ex-cop's training

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Trial in Floyd's death expected to turn to ex-cop's training

"I'm Julie Walker the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd is expected to turn toward his training as week two of the trial begins today these chief Medaria Arradondo is expected to testify this week possibly as early as today he fired Eric Chauvin and the three other officers the day after Floyd's death he also called it murder at the time are a Dando said Mr Floyd's tragic death was not due to a lack of trading the trading was there Chauvin knew what he was doing he's accused of hitting his knee on Floyd's knack for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on Friday court testimony ended with lieutenant Richard Zimmerman if you news on a person's neck that can kill show biz owner says he was doing what he was trained to do and blames Floyd's death on drugs audio courtesy court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Orioles' sweep sends Red Sox to 2nd 0-3 start ever in Fenway

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Orioles' sweep sends Red Sox to 2nd 0-3 start ever in Fenway

"Baltimore's Baltimore's bats bats came came to to life life in in an an eleven eleven three three dropping dropping of of the the red red Sox Sox to to cap cap a a season season opening opening three three game game series series sweep sweep Cedric Cedric Mullins Mullins had had a a team team high high five five hits hits as as the the Orioles Orioles used used a a seven seven run run third third inning inning to to blow blow the the game game wide wide open open Baltimore Baltimore starter starter Bruce Bruce Zimmermann Zimmermann allowed allowed three three runs runs and and struck struck out out five five over over six six innings innings for for his his first first major major league league win win Garrett Garrett Richards Richards lasted lasted only only two two innings innings in in his his red red Sox Sox debut debut giving giving up up six six runs runs on on seven seven hits hits JD JD Martinez Martinez had had a a solo solo Homer Homer and and finished finished with with two two RBIs RBIs for for Boston Boston I'm I'm given given Coolbaugh Coolbaugh

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George Floyd's Death: Emotional Testimony From Remorseful Bystanders

In Front of Our Eyes

01:39 min | Last week

George Floyd's Death: Emotional Testimony From Remorseful Bystanders

"Were recapping the trial of derek. Chauvin week by week. He's the former minneapolis. Police officer charged with murder and manslaughter. In the death of george. Floyd later in the podcast. I'll talk with a criminal defense attorney about how it's going now that the prosecution is presenting its case against chauvin. If you listen to the trial this past week you probably heard or maybe hurt again. The end of george floyd life as chauvin knelt on his neck and two other officers held void down. The jury heard floyd say he couldn't breathe over and over. He says body hurt he called out mama and there were bystanders to urging officers to get off the handcuffed man telling him to take his pulse. Some bystanders gave emotional testimony as the state of minnesota presented. Its case in the minneapolis courtroom. Here's what we heard on friday. The most senior officer in the minneapolis. Police testified that his training never talk to kneel on a handcuffed person's neck lieutenant. Richard zimmermann homicide department says someone in handcuffs should be moved on their side or sitting up not lying face-down putting your neck for that amount of time is just uncalled for. I saw no reason why the officers felt they were in danger. If that's what they felt and that's what they would have to feel to be able to use that kind of force under cross examination by the defense attorneys zimmerman said he doesn't frequently interact with people on the street. He agreed that an officer needs to assess all circumstances when deciding whether to use

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:37 min | 5 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"That you're not insane and that actually there is a character. Richard herring whose clearing stone. But i'm not sure so. I think that's part of it is. I don't think anyone's quite sure. So with all the twitch tough especially the breakdown. That's what that's the contest. The common but i think we will not sure watching thinking this is not willing to seizing. A dead has a character sets kind of having breakdown because seventy five episodes of clearing stunts for a both time. You're having schrodinger breakdown. Because you're both when you clearing stones you'll both having a breakdown and not having a breakdown any one moment i worry about it but then like i sometimes wake up and when you wake up confused this morning and a couple of whiskies woke up. Four o'clock had had a weird dream. The dream feeling experienced enough to know wasn't into worry about but you sort of think. Is this what your brain becomes as you age. I think you see old people to visit my grandma in hospice which is near the end of the life. We went into the wrong corridor. One time. let's turn to two floors and floor. We went into bed. Limited just screams coming from bedrooms and stuff and that's obviously where the people who were really struggling and my grandma was quite happy upstairs but had lost mind as well. That's that's fair. i have four more years. I m i in that state already interest remembering this existing but he is that what happens our brains or fold over each other and we can't remember what happened. Wear and you saw lose your sense of reality and pay the pain of mental illness. I think it's a constant fair. And that's why i think there's comedy in it because it's so traumatic will happen to all of us if we get to that age and so i find it fascinating. I find that matt the madness that you have in your own life already the things that you can sit to be all things considered to be not no. I don't think playing styles from a field. Any matt than go into work and putting stuff into computer every day except that you're being paid for that so that that's what makes you think this is justifiable. But it's just as meaningless and as meaningful. I'm not saying putting stuff into computers. Bad things i know. That's gonna really lose me my entire audience. Spice what i'm saying is it's the same clearing. Stones failed in the long run is not the same there. Lauded people who would rather not be entering brother. Do.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"This is just a really good question. I think from dave cakes. One three outtakes here. Who's the funniest person you know. Outside of comedy ooh well. Let's christine and i think is the funding it was the funniest woman in the uk. She's was a standard comedian mckay and she writes his. They gotta be proper civilian. There's no really funny to this. I mean the nearly every. I mean even the people who made me laugh to have got some connection usually two but i do find like with these guys on twitch and stuff so a lot of my audience. I think have when you look at the comments. That was a good idea. So i'll read some of the bounds. I think a lot of people who are watching my staff do have a kind of good inventive streak in themselves. Used to do with seeing someone who knows. Fbi's funniest my may speak it's school There was of people you would think they funny at school. But they're not in the comedians on. Were really fun evidence. Confessions greg davis greg davis is just the funniest man. Bob molter gray davis thing comedians. That just unbelievably off the cuff hilarious. All the time when the working and nobody is as funny as that so no one's as funny as comedians even each other than winning play. Right now i have to admit i'm late to the stone again in the ground floor. So i've listened to listen to loads of them at one eastern clearing episodes. And i'm i don't mean this in a disparaging way is. The stupidest thing is so stupid and in any of the comedians hands. It would be a one off joke podcastone or you'll be an hour sillier debris show but the only reason it's funny and really really makes me laugh is because you've done been doing for year. S why is he about you because there's quite cliche about like the comedians hasn't gone idea for they pick an insane kind of task a complete sort of fake straw man type idea. They all do that. And then i'll do a show about it and they usually not very good because you're up against shows a that topic is life and the world so if you're you're kind of narrowing your horizons much but because you done this stupid wasted time. Four ninety things it becomes impossibly funding and you agree as a comic. I'm listening to it waiting for you to kind of wink and pull the rug outs. Which any of the comic. Apart from. Richard harris would do. How important is it a similar question. How important is it not to pull the rug out. I'm not to undermine the thing doing. And i won the war be too. I wonder if stone clearing is sort of the perfect example of your vision of creativity. That sounds very high. Falutin way of saying but it is seems so uniquely you to the point at which i will start an episode and if it's an episode at random you put yourself in the position of someone hearing it for the first time you think this could possibly be the most insane thing anyone had ever heard or consumed it all media. If they didn't know you seventy three people do the. I hope i look in. The search ltd will come up. But i'd like to down. I am to listen to and think it's really. It's going to fail. Because israel. I was doing before it as a podcast so i was doing. I believe yeah and i was. I wanted to create this field stones. But i also think it's a parody of a podcasting so deliberately choosing the dumbest thing possible and making it as if as if it would need to be taught if there's anything more to pick out but i don't think there's so many things in our comedian it's a big challenge to me and i don't prepare. I don't think about it at all during the week i just. It's not scripted until now and so it's not a team of right feeding mice and bad mood still do it doesn't recording is wrong in it but out but basically. I think it was a couple of weeks ago where i did actually stop recording unrealized. But i've just kind of was quiet for about three minutes. This do you to get people messaging saying this week's episode wasn't really like now think today people ever criticize stoke clear people listen to it but nobody just us to go to sleep too but i think this is an artistic project. It's about mountains in the impossible. Fight nature about aging about wanting to be remembered. And that's not possible. I've set myself a task. That would love to complete genuinely is not possible to complain. I've literally not even clip path around the field and that's made be doing. This is the the field is thirty five acres bake. I love the you will have had the idea to eight in the first place to make a podcast and unlike any other person on earth gone for fucking stupid idea you start it but you commit to it. But you've got you've got to be every week or he's.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

07:17 min | 5 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Another emergency question. I've written some of these and you're allowed to if you have a right another emergency question. You're allowed to put them in. Because i one my issue. And i did the show that that didn't get into the book. Even though richard osmond quite few mentioned about would you rather have a million pounds and fifty. Ps only spend them as fifty piece or two hundred grand. Your bank account excluding family members. Would you rather live with. Everyone ever slept with all sleep with everyone you've ever lived with well. Option is very nice. The i think interesting to me. Everyone i'd ever slept with. And now they go on and they'd have to be a big house. John couldn't be done sort of big brother. Type bubble type. They're will in the house and they have to realize that connection. And then you look at you kid and they all make that connection. How long do you think it would take if everyone needed overslept. Who's in the same house for them to realize what the connection between the more. I think probably quite a long time. I've been as opposed to like the main ones might each other. You've been in the ones. I sort of went out with for a couple of years. Which was before my i'm at. My wife was by eighteen months in my record before my wife and now it's thirteen years. It's crazy about but it's Yeah i don't. I hope that doesn't happen so it would be interesting. If it rekindled with all of the word my way through starting at the beginning again. See you would rather live with everyone you ever slept with the sleep with a bit but you might have lived male friends. Be with some women. You fancied that didn't sleep with dead. Women did good that mainly stayed with london. Live with st louis. And that's a major. That's a no no we've really. They'd be a hell of a kicks only fans how wh- what figure money would convince you to sleep with the demand. Not a comedic character would convince the man's character to sleep with you. I don't think either of us interested enough in money. One hundred million pounds. I think i saw when that women celebrate story about sleep john prescott and she got like fifty grand for you. Spend that money. You just happen to what he did for it. Yeah so even if a one hundred billion pounds gave it on his charity as well. Let's get a check. So i don't. I don't think i don't think it would happen. There was a point where we are. We're both very anti doing adverts. Now let's cut through an advert break. And i've i've i've the medium of podcast needs to survive. But there was a point. Where john lewis just asked if they could use photo in a adv televisions that we're going to double that through the ages. His no endorsement is just like pictures. I'm surprised they even asked us. And we're gonna pay three grand he used to do and i said i don't want to do it. But what if we just took the money and gave it to charity. Because it's not because it's but it's not like going lee john mood or whatever it was now just endorsed anybody for free. Do like john. Lewis stealth bay so tricky. Because what know. How strongly do you impose that law because comed- comedian is advertising themselves. The soon as you do a show and have a poster ticket price you become part of the hypocrisy so not just. The reality is stems back. Bill talked about this before trump. Ish it does make sense. I think i can understand in terms of big a big hollywood star already. Got loads of money. Just getting some more money to shovel into the pet. But that's not what anyone doing now. And that's not what that's not what this industry and podcasting is working people and certainly i ain't gonna ring -fensive saying on putting all the money we make into making more poker so that's not pay myself so it's it feels justifiable to me but you know i think the twenty five year old me would feel disappointed that we now come to an one mc watson about it i think even the middle of the the bill hicks bank or something. We're talking about a cut to mcdonald's or some other. I we set that was that was probably bill. Hey but there is a there is a. There is a sort of an unpleasant assumption. That can meet the the creative people in order to be good. Need to be paul. As i didn't think that's fair. That's what keeps an enormous amount of creative people really unhappy for very long time. Whereas actually what i think creative people need is to have to struggle to get their things many because that makes you work harder makes you argue for the project it makes you reedit and redraft but it's not about that at the end of that process going bit tasteless that you made money even say that about somebody who did invented an amazing thing that that's the problem is when you get people who have the power to get wherever they want made which is what you're hoping to get to is again very rare ad for them to put the work in because they don't have to i think stewart really does that's why is work very liberal and his dedication to creating a great comedies is very unrolling he didn't he hasn't sold out in that sense but like other people's cell here's an series so people like you and i had to struggle to get whatever stuff on tv and failed to get stuff on tv. You kind of understand how hard is to push a project and that doesn't get better as a creative person. Well segue from that onto this. You've you've created a persona of a sort of overlooked outsider. But i went on your wikipedia page and also trying to put your cv for the introduction to this and is completely insane. it's beyond the wildest dreams of any comedians starting now five tv series including thirty up since stewart. Ten radio series ten books..

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

07:44 min | 5 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Say three of your stand up routines from like the past fifty years i would probably i would probably think you're an unlikely champion of women's rights and the rights of people with learning disabilities or learning difficulties but your fundraising and your awareness-raising in those areas is insane so what it's probably not fair to conflict the onstage richard herring with off stage richard herring but comedians have problems with those. Yeah those dichotomies. Where did your passion for those projects. Come from. I think those jokes that i mentioned the book. They're all coated an irony. There on those shows. I think what the shows that twitter and exist at the time would be more problematic that you could plucked to john. Calvary go back and do you could pluck a joke out and put it on twitter. Oh god and there's sort of happened a little bit to me in with that with with occasional drugs but if you watch the whole show you got oh this is a show about a guy struggling with the fact that he's the and doesn't know what he's doing and his life and actually this is all on him. The judge was always on me and that you know there's a couple of shows sort of angry and aggressive but it was about. That was about what was wrong with me wasn't about what was the you're playing around the still occasionally do about sex a friend. Who's a woman i believe. Women should be treated as if they're equal. That's that's playing around with someone to try to do. The right thing. Doing actually came out of me saying to my wife finished service misspoke funny but i think a lot to you but does it does. It does come out of that realization. I yeah and i've been going since the nineties. I think giving we. I was doing comedy in the nineteen nineties. Stuff was always always had understanding and anything we did was just. We were very anti lad. Basically cultural that. We did again routines. I think you could take stuff out of context. What the thing is like people. Now i've done this. The people will do search for stuff and they go. Oh well that's interesting when you did that all that stuff about porter and then that's what made try and kill herself or whatever you got well. That was to lead. I didn't approve due time. You see something with us and we did. That was actually a response to the voted putting dolly birds over stuff we. We were uncomfortable with it. And i've always been uncomfortable that stuff so you know. I think it's possible within your comedy to highlight issues rather than just cutting on. Hey come on. it'll be nice. So i'll be sort of important i think again. That's why this works. This tremendous i think is because i'm not econ accuse me of being like terribly right on and say you know have grown a hitler moustache of i've done lots of crazy stuff that if you s you bother to watch the whole show but of course in a thirty year career back and go well now judged by today's standards. I wouldn't do that joke. I probably wouldn't do some of the material in stashed. I was going to ask because you have been a defender of political correctness. And i wondered when you did all your shows back to back. Same you did ten shows was it. I think it has more than twelve year. Twelve where lebanon anyone. I think it was. That was really. did you going back. Think i can't do that routine or account. Did you tweak much of it because i have routines that i look back and listen to recordings of stuff i did. Maybe ten years ago and it's not necessarily a huge chunk but it's just a a word you might be more flippant with then the new now i still think i did them fairly somewhat iago's just so long i didn't have time to do it and also that was the only one that genuinely annoyed me and i felt great and it's one of my more popular shows but it's just i feel like the first half went on too long given the second one is going to be bob. Yoga retains that were designed to test people's patients now as a parent just apparently five paid money. Go and see the show. i fucking. This is my night out and all these doing is trying to knowing me. And i just did last ten minutes of the first half. I could have done that. Just because i'd like to go onto the bar and i did less less of it because of but i i asked though nearly everything works i think actually hit on a stash using the racial epithets and saying it doesn't just words and stone isn't g throw someone else. I sort of agree with that. But i don't think i would say the words as much as by right out the all but i use it retain repeatedly the the pay over again but it's making a good point. Think but i think it's not a probably now in hindsight not wasn't my place to make it but i feel like in the noughties comedians of finding the zeros. What i'm gonna call them. There was a feeling we'd gum the next level. I mean he felt like oh now we can stop you know moving on and looking at this and the poconos ironic postponed way and i just think we were wrong about and there's lots of people doing the that's that's the two thousand seven kind of area two thousand ten. That's the era. That people picking tweet tweet. Songo looks this about. Pedophiles was there is no. I'm picking a settlement but the platform face but you know lots of lots of comedian stuff with now. We can do this because things have moved on. And i don't think and then clearly. That happened so i think my style is not a great transgression in in that sense but that was the out of everything that was of the anything. Now now i think twice about do you. Do you think we're now beyond the. That was sort of a real tense time this year when an awful lot of stuff was being searched through in people sort of back catalogs and tweet slightly say we now past that all still lobbying this but i also think like company's gonna be i think comedy's to have context right and i think the danger is so like there's a lot of things within that black face argument that would y the hell was that allowed but other things like row. There was a few examples. Things would taken out of the number. That was that joe was about that subject. It wasn't black face in the same way that elected was black face. It was this was. This was commenting on the subject and it was. That was a show that was really understood race and was happy to play around with rice. And so i think the dangerous when people just a pat and they're taking out they said that word or the done this thing. Then there's there's no and that's the problem with censorship when we did. We did the fun. Dvd the second series. The pvc something they got really heavy on censoring stuff. Because of the was about the time all the problems are coming up and they start do. You can't do this teacher. Sketch obviously because of what's happened in the news this week where the teacher would run away to france with one of these people. Go well this. Dvd this sketch was written. Fifteen years ago. It's not coming out for another year. You can't just judge what's happening. this week is coming up. It's because the news never stops this. I'm not about is clearly about this case because it was written fifteen years before this guys. So if someone's going through and they said there's no we can't have an argument that this the there's no. There's no argue. Brian said well. There is an argument and we argue about it and they kept because it was crazy..

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I kind of like it's this stuff to men right. Men back the gop more than anyone and most men and did not benefit from it. The only people who benefit the people right at the top. You aren't going to war working down lines and men who the menu get. The worst of it will blame blame. Women they'll blame immigrants or blame anything else other than the people who actually are responsible for their lives and so yeah if men could just realize that for a little bit. But i think it's a sort of about The with that thing is always about being a man trying to tidy up our own mess. That was and some people didn't like the fact that was making national women's day about myself by doing this. But i always felt like this needs to be a man doing so that hey women can get on with enjoying the david. Also because of a woman does it. It'll be a dip. You'll get a different response. But i just think men the men who ask when then it's after women's they may all men look bad and i don't think it's the majority of men but then make us look like that and then it makes international men's they look bad because you think this is only reaction did national women's day so you can't even do men's they properly and i am writing a book. I realized it's not that big a deal a day. Like there's a day for fucking everything literally there's a. There's a game in the book. Where i say that with your friends get round a name of thing and if you can name the thing that doesn't have a day even a little bit obliquely you get a point you have to google it and find out and there's a day forever so it's not big. It's not recognized by the un which very upset about it hasn't had a google doodle which is so charged and i ended up feeling like saw. I end up feeling like a little bit. Sorry for the guys and also a little bit hypocritical. Because i want men to express their feelings and what those men are doing is expressing their feelings their brought the expresses charged with that wrong but they are trying to get one. What about me. Beth birthday is that is that is that little in not in the book about my next birthday sex and throwing a stop because she won the pass the parcel which i clearly remember happening. I'm still angry about because mom was controlling. The music might be sure she even. But is that impetus this childishness and we should be allowed to express themselves. But that's what international men's they sort of was meant to be about one of one of the things that was meant to be about and it's been co-opted and lots of things. I hadn't thought all these guys well. When's the it doesn't get celebrate in the same way and it's up to us to to do that. But then there's there's for the whole month of november. We're celebrates all the things. These men say never get covered covered much more than the here. The people get behind because it's fun and it's not as inclusive. It's fun and it's not just like hey come on. Let's make this a fun thing. Steak and blow job. Day is more famous than international. Men's day because quite were just kind of so bleak. That really is not my kind of humor now. And it's just sad that that's kind of. I don't think that's actually most men's hume. I think is. Can you explain what state tried these scandals day. Which is the day after. Valentine's day which is a day dedicated to hate and breaking relationships which is the opposite of love which then staking blowjob days a month later and it set up by a dj from america. Who to have this. Because he had valentine's base for women apparently and so that if they have their day of romance. I mean this is. Somebody doesn't understand. romance already. Really doesn't take so. I don't know which is which is the headline having blowjobs on eating steak. Now if you play your cards right on valentine's day you can have by for those things valentine's day because you go to restaurant and you can order what you like. And if you've done any should you might have to reciprocate. You hopefully get some kind of something really touched i. I don't think that's actually most men's humor less together. And there's i think there's this kind of enormous clouds over groups of men that i've experienced and so many different arenas where when you take a man you might think is kind of like bullish crass and sexist you take away from that group and you realize oh. They love their wife. They love that kids they just. It's almost like everyone's pretending. And if you could just get to. Rene it's okay to love your partner. Men often men pretending to be. They're encouraged to pretend to be not have emotions as kids courage to feel that. And you're encouraged to rise above that sort of stuff. I but then within now. I think there's i think there's an l. There's more of an element of humor in steak and blow job day than the in some of these things because it's sort of like trying to wind people up in a way that when the asking wednesday gentleman's as an attempt to wind people up and it doesn't work as a joke so if you look at them coldly as jokes when it doesn't work because isn't was thinking about your days as an attempt to you can say an attempt to wind people up and i don't think anyone's an also thinking do you address this in the book but your humor over the years has at times been like childish and crafts and sexist make some sexist jokes in the book. Yeah i wanted. Ask like if i had seen. Say three of your stand up routines from like the past fifty years i would probably i would probably think you're an unlikely champion of.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:58 min | 5 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Definitely some. I'm sure that many of these have masturbated whilst watching me on twitch on laughter recognition So wanna start. Richard by talking to you about your book. Your book which. The sub subtext is subtitle is when is international. Men's why does it matter. And i have to say before we get into sort of more jovial topics. I've i found it very moving. And it's one of the few things i've consumed in twenty twenty which is sort of left me with a sense of hope and also it's lovely when you read something west. Someone has been able to put all the things that you can't in your own head that you can't sort of corral into an argument they put it in either a book or even a tweet or article and you can kind of go. Well i've now got that. If ever i need to say what i think about something in a handy guide but one thing that wasn't clear from the book which i wanted to ask is when is international. Men's day everyday deal was strange to read the book at no point. Did you address when international. Men's day is so. I wonder if you could clear it up for certain when when exactly or even if there is there isn't one and if there was one yeah it wouldn't be allowed and you'll be on would be november. Nineteenth is my guest right okay. That's that's cleared that up. A really interesting thing. You talk about is how when is international. Mainstay is like a microcosm of a lot of other things that have gone wrong in this year in the previous few years and how perhaps even in a very silly small way it's sort of a full warning of culture wars and yeah i think he is. I didn't really interesting writing about this. Because obviously i've just every international women's day of just the term and answered the question and that had a lot of arguments increasingly from both sides because there's some feminists don't want me doing and a lot of men in eastern. I'm doing it but you didn't actually doing. This year was really weird. Because so much going on at the same time. And especially i think as i the covid stuff in the mail reaction to covid. The male lead is reaction to counting as a war and the female leaders generally seeing as something that addressed properly with science and doing a better job than the male lead is that seemed to encapsulate something but obviously all the black lives matter stuff as well as you realized how in two thousand and eleven and not quite sure when i started doing. Remember the first time you heard the phrase so when's internationalized as notice as a few people on twitter that you're on international women's day in this would crop bit then when you search ready rising it cropped up in an awful lot but i think i've maybe seen other people even pointing it out. I don't i don't remember even start doing it but at the time. It seemed like this these silly men. And let's take the mickey and the joke is it's not even against nafta mentally. The joke is there is an international insights as simple as that. So people think that'd be clever and so you tell them there is one and then i'll just how it's being deflated and if we stand comedian and came onstage went sir when's international men's they never would be someone. There is what it's november nineteen to go. Well good the should richard herring. I think maybe it is. Because it's repetition is trying to find is trying to find different ways of reacting to the exact same thing and it's doing something of a very long period of time not strictly for twenty minutes during it properly. As i taught him but the over several years. And then finally how that it does get exponentially. Funnier less funny funding again. But yeah i think within that stupid thing. I in the book i think i compare it to like instant. Wins international. men's as the soft drug. That leads you are asking why. What about white lies with the right. Lineups don't always matter. Winds of wins white history month. And you know. I think i feel like ten years ago. You wouldn't have needed to address scott worse. I think ten years ago if anyone's said when's white history month they did unicom half so this is quite a big question. And what do you think it is about white men usually but not always who see anyone else having something as some kind of thing being taken away from them so it falls it it touches on so many different debates alike trans rights black rights and women's rights that the idea that a man who has been part of the status quo for safe for the history of time white guy is unable to see that raising awareness for people who have different experiences of the world is enriching for them as well. Yeah well that's why i think people. Well that's what they they they don't claim to understand is. Obviously they're in a lot of the men who advocates of international which they really because they don't know what it is and i didn't really know it as having written the book these demos stunned even it. What about we can find abbott in the book but they say advocates for quality and the well actually men who the society sex men because this and this and this and if that's true and it's true in certain cases then equality will help those people so that's what they don't realize that fighting the same fight for quality you find saying about so if you managed to help. Everyone has an equal something like mental illness. The equal help for mental notes. That will help the menu. Suppose the more likely to commit suicide there actually. The figures are women s leading to attempted to mend slightly more likely to succeed so it's fairly even on the suicide so that's good news right. Well done everyone. But yeah. I think people are threatened. And that's when people are threatened and they sort of strike out with something and they don't want not men really believe these men who are worried about it really believed in themselves. I'm so confident. I'm so minute this weird dichotomy. I'm so confident. I'm so pretty. Oh i don't want women getting equal say because that won't be oh because actually women are women's. It'll be a balanced the other way. If you're so great that either you know yeah. No it will still cause overconfidence that men have in the way sort of taught to have and encouraged to have is actually hiding the fact that we have. There's a lot of insecurity men. I think you know that. I really thought about this. For the book through lockdown. It was really weird. Writing lockdown have lost started thinking about it and a lot of things that hadn't even struck me on. I've been doing it. But i think you know men. Men are the only group who embrace their stereo type. And i'm sort of an back it up. Anyone else go. This is what this is what women want. This is what white will this is. What black people like pure go. No no but man. yeah yet. No ashley yeah. I'm going to be more much more confident. And mayo confidence when threatened becomes even bigger and then becomes more dangerous. And we've actually got to the point where those way what seemed funny in two thousand and eleven is now ruling. The world's twenty so you know it's it's worrying and just think the book is very it's funny book. I think it does cover some serious things. And it's going to vary limited ambition. Which is that men no longer asked. That question has always been the ambition of this of this but it's not to play too much smokeybear s gets stuff done that i hate later on. But it's very subtle because each chapter is like a little herring. Vignettes this is just really fun. It's richard being pedantic about stuff and and then you realize actually building to quite a really impressive argument which is that. It is in men's interests more than anyone else to dismantle patriarchy because it's the patio key that keeps men at very high risk of suicides. It's the patriarchy that stops man. Having sort of enriched lives and is in their interest than anyone else which..

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:19 min | 9 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Was. Betty get laughing. Comic minds is. Great Man Very Much Rigid Osmond daily with my mom. But. Yes, which is not the first one? So do look out for that. I think is that in July, they might bring it forward tonight. Tell the nation through this difficult toy harm. Morale. The Nation of wait waiting for. You you did the I'm sorry I haven't a clue. Tour shows you. You've done some of the radio shows of that as well but certainly. That was. Having mean. Unfortunately lost timber Kayla. The couple of IT, was! That in January, yeah. Tim, malls. duffin study hoax, not the end. Of the other people. And I was sitting this tim every night, looking holes. Authors ignored any which I don't is back for talk through Tim was. Emma's his white wine and his monthly. What consumers are every now? And it is such a joy the Wigan and Almost impossible I think of someone. That had less lifeforce, and he was sort of site. Funny. Would see and charming and have such a law and set up terrible joke. 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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

10:01 min | 9 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Let's drive ever been on putting celebrities Mike Riley. Yes, he is. He's made himself available. To the selectors. Reason. I I don't have a very good idea of how much money people have and I look at my young Korean. Think. I haven't really done all that well and I've quite low of money, so the NBA must be must have loads. He must have heard San remedium absolutely abso- uses it wisely and it's a lot of way. What have you can tell? I don't know. He deserves as much money as possible. Doesn't. He doesn't have any money. Keeps. He's got this very nice. You know people of it, but it just go I'm having a is from Yorkshire as a my, and so you know he's. He'll be a bit county with it. And they why not just you know, he's a D.. V. East to go to the dead parrot sketch again and to. Thank you. They must do not oh, to GEIC. They did something like fifteen knights of the two and. The cost they put on a good show. 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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

03:26 min | 9 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Strike Dot Com Slash Patches, let the dogs showed up the trying to do with serious Internet near the dogs are not gonNA. Let you have the box. Threes at the docks all right. Okay you out of the box refill. Shut you out. Come on become. Alone it's a early from. Lee and early in tearing Saturday night or That's all right. Allie and herrings cyst of. Go through the second neck. That's right. Allie and herrings twitch. Hon Yes, that's right the twitter from our. There's a new podcast. Me Starring. Alley terrifying dench done, either ons was used and nasty. They should hearings. Tiny little Dina's is not tiny. Tiny! Little I was not a grown man. Yes, I know I'm saying tiny Tina's I. Don't think that's an appropriate thing for the intro to hostile well. You can't stop anything the truth Richard I will tell the truth. Yes, look I'm for some reason of ended up doing twitch stream because I'm really not fly at with my hundred and twenty eight year old venture Lucas dummy who was once used in a mild sexual assault against Eh Silos. The Richard I know, and it's nothing. It's not your fault. That's why we can. Still what together you're. You're as much victim. Here's me I know. It's called alleyen herrings. I'm still the second one in the billing twitter fund You can watch it live every Thursday eight o'clock on twitch dot, TV slash talk having as you can watch rehearsed. PAS lives on Wednesdays. At eight PM and sneaker on Monday and Tuesday stoneking every now and again, and we're trying to put some other stuff together as well. And it's also a cost. Ali. Richard Herring. alleyen herrings twitch a fun. If you can look that up on itunes and subscribe that we love. We loved again hundred twenty eight-year-old. VENTRILOQUIST's dummy to the top of the I tunes, charts, or even just in the charts hard to get in as as Donald showed up hooking cotton tolin coordinate. Yeah unveiled in Fucker. She died reason itchy. Throat. They both did very well in the charts, but he's one hundred twenty eight, so he'd be I apologize defensively will infertile Allie said I'm not in control of what he says. You can't say anything. Did. You can say whatever you want, and you seem to say whatever you want well, and it's not my. If he says stuff, it's him. Say not well. You say that Richard the. Digital. It isn't my voice, your fault for her. The auden I suppose it is. Anyway, not do a whole bloody episode of this thing. You can watch more of this if you want to. If listening audio is an audio podcast, which I think is the best way to enjoy Ventura running agreed then you can't see your now. Would you can't anyway because you talking? Yes, I know. I shaved today which. That takes offer. Some of the cover had exactly you quality cafo. All Right, please will enjoy go. Is Twitch DOT TV shark herring. Those are the places to go you can of course subscribe to twitch. TV especially if with Amazon prime for free so you do for them. Brian Checkout, DVD on Youtube, pairing, nine, sixty seven. Let's let's go. We've done enough. Thanks very much for watching this I. Hope you enjoy. All listening I hope you enjoy roster with the wonderful Richard.

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"richard" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"richard" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"So. Richard, as two boys, you have Hendrix, but you also have three girls. is a desktop. Here's the difference. Hendrix rake stuff and he runs around and he's very Like cut and dry. He can't lie. He's like I. Want to play Video Games I. Want to go. Do Wrestle stuff. I WanNa do physical stuff and then. Sleep cool girls need like mental attention. They want you to sit right next to them, and they WANNA. Talk to you about why. You're painting this picture this color. Why are you doing this? What's a completely different language from Henry's misstep? Stop pulling the chair like that to Lennox. You're like lanny. Do you want snug on the couch? And what proper jaw I would love to for twenty minutes, so it's nice, but it's still like attention and so dealing with a girl who's to avoid who's almost ten is like. So much, the languages are so crazy. Sometimes I like forget who I'm talking to Hendrix. Are you hungry? Did I make my own cereal? Do My Baby Guardians are. Saying the same thing. How would you hear that moment like he says that and forever you like registered him different lower F juice. Oh My. User. in. Akron Go. My whole family's around and my parents went on vacation may brought back. All of the grandkids like different. Stop in so like there was like these little metal tins and like my parents. No, you gotTa have the same things I had three. I have two brothers, so they get it so my two brothers. All Bunch of my parents got was supposed to be like one thing like three things in each while there's accidentally like. Too many things in Richards, so phoenix is having a meltdown over a book and I'm dislike. I want to punch you right and then. Did. Look into stop and I. See that there's two tens writers to tens of like toys, so I'm like. Richard Phoenix. Get One. My mom is sitting right there..

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"richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Richard show for the city of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico a blend of local national and worldwide news host Richard itself for use of Santa Fe Thursday afternoon windy day in Santa Fe eighty three degrees now wins AT twenty five gusting to forty miles an hour red flag warnings high wind warnings in effect until tonight two hands on the wheel for sure eighty three degrees right now tomorrow just forecast high is sixty eight degrees T. nearly all this wind is blowing in from or whether Saturday seventy six seventy five on Sunday with a chance for rain late Sunday sixty percent actually seventy percent chance of thunderstorms on Monday which would be lovely wonderful right now though eighty three degrees and very caring when you want to be on the show she mean email Richard at Santa Fe dot com Richard at Sanofi dot com happy to be joined now in order to have one lieutenant governor how we moralis lieutenant governor how are you today I'm doing well Richard always enjoyed being on your show thank you for having me anytime within a given where are you today I'm actually in Silver City today how are things in beautiful grand county you know it's just like it is there in Santa Fe the wind blowing pretty good and warm yeah I just in Mexico you just gotta love that the weather and the climate that we have this springtime in New Mexico all old ways windy all right Silver City New Mexico how.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"You Kato as it used to be called off. Cb radio is has purchase of a loved. Catchy it's where I'm from but it's Never GonNa win a prize win UNESCO kind of in need of help states but his. It's where I'm from. I grew up and so i. I was born in Northampton though in the Barrett maternity home. They're all they're all from. There are no discovered junior. Who else was born in the Barrett? Maternity home to mention. Well yeah they mentioned another news born in Hampton. You've read wikipedia. Ato's from steps was born here. Oh I didn't know that she's on the page also who died here but who also died. Well Drunk Jerome. The assumes the Kapadia. Yeah the other person mentioned finally Gibson. She'd idea the founder of the Lady. Who did the BBC radio for the workshop famous? She died in Northampton to note. She died in Northampton. The she recorded deaths differential. But if that's not to have been the woman who was the kind of guiding light of the BBC radio format workshop own mind. That won't be heads can have someone else's they go enough. You download stuff. I'm GonNa Spill that from her. I know this looks like that doesn't it but I'm I'm constantly tormented by the fact that I've not done anything they'll get to the end of my life of face the throne of judgement and it won't be. How Naughty were you because we all know about it would be? What did you do with your life? I've got nothing yeah. Released been a vicar and stuff. So that's that's going to be unless you got the wrong one that's going to be. I've been used shopped around but even within Christianity. So you've probably hit riot. Some heavier tour said the Little Cherry Coupe. Caprice it's hard to know any. It's hard to know what God's thinking he doesn't make it really clear who can know the mind of the Apostle Paul so pungency route so although you were you brought up in the religious parents said Christine. Yeah we're Church of England. Took it up to be a Christie and I was kristen tell us about eight hundred similarly to you Christian Christie and then you find all society when you're right yeah I mean it wasn't I was just. It was just there but as soon as I began to think about it with independence. I thought it was so obvious that Christianity was clearly a fairytale and I was in school choir. I started the wedding recall. Chappaqua raciest club with with my best friend. Matthew Gummidge who's from north anyone. Remember the post office in Burchfield. Wrote the Cami. Remember Tony. Garbage used the road there anyway. His Matthew Very Specific K. act goes down a storm. Drain tries to end. The other town is issues and stuff and fifty seven. He's still my best. We've been friends since we were little boys but he was very glamorous you see but you very handsome and his family was super glamorous and they lived in Northampton so he used to come over here or my Yamaha physical moped. Jp T ninety six. And I come out into the bright lights until Sandra Matthew including this very cinema which was the ABC those days. We used to company. And I know Saturday night fever here. Then there's an instant I saw towering inferno here too in those states you could smoke at the pictures one half smoking and the other half nonsmoking in need the comfort and safety of our customers and I was wearing cheesecloth shirt. You've ever remember this. She's cloth shirts and they had these shoes recall. Crops are crocs just had this kind of jagged soul and they were big and built up. It'd be look ridiculous. Acne kind of erupting over our faces like the surface of Mars and horrible cut of sprouting. 's take those in my cheesecloth shirt exposing by pipe leader like Physique and unfortunately end of my fact fell off into my cheese cloth shirt which then began to smolder during the tearing in further. I think people thought there was some kind of bonus immersive experience. You've invented secret cinema and they had to. Fortunately there were fire officers outside with their rattling tin. Everybody went out so it was extinguished good. Beatles played on this stage as well me sex pistols. Yeah Me Matthew. We had tickets for the sex pistols but unfortunately they didn't make it. There was an incident. I think and Sid Vicious was poorly so they couldn't come but it was the county it was the county ground isn't even remember Pistols County Greg. Things happening with Amazon s three minutes. Yes well we had to. Aero Flynn came here and he actually shocked must use only gladys. I'm probably don't to say said that. Thank goodness this is not big brokers but he shanked.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Hello my friends will go to another hoste this week with the amazing and wonderful lovely. Reverend Richard Coles. This show recorded back in November. Twenty nine thousand nine before viruses that gripped our lives so we could touch each other a wonderful time. That was also before re Richard Coles partner. Very sadly and tragically died. Richard Talk about in very movingly in this and it was incredibly kind of him to come and do this cost. One must have been a very difficult time in his life. He made no mention of anything at the time either. So thank you for doing this and I think it does provide a lovely tribute to what was certainly a wonderful partner for Richard I enjoy it's a very funny punk cost And there's lots of great stories. You're enjoying these. We doing. Some random stuff is in lockdown on my twitter Channel Twitch Dot TV Slash Archaic hearing a probably on Wednesday nights. We're doing snooka most evenings during stone-throwing mice mornings I'm playing football manager. Sometimes we're GONNA triangle sorts of different things. But we should be doing quite regular roller steppers. Which will go out. Free live streamed and we'll also later provided the audio quality has proven good enough Go out on the regular podcast feed so look out for those got some very exciting old friends coming back to chat to me in isolation. I'm very lonely here and never realized quite hard. It was to look after your own kids. All the fucking time and why did no one tell me that? I've never? I'm not having any more. Just in case is again right. Let's sit back. Relax and enjoy Rasta with Reverend Richard.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"It up into the by the edinburgh fringe with richard herring. Thank you passed the music. Thank you different. Newtown theater tablets spanned and everyone go postal strike dot com producer is james kingly this sky potato fuss and go faster stripe right dot com production go to dot co dot u._k. To find out more richard herring dot com slash gigs to find out who i guess off the rest of the running and yeah..

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"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Twenty two twenty three years at the time was a long time to do pretty much the same thing so i i don't think except for the most enlightened editors who want something like this and see that most people view sports via the tv or some sort of screen now and my belief was always that i you know i think i'm doing a service to people much like the regular tv critic does and for many years that was the way i did it and again editors prerogative you want me to do more sports business okay i can do that too but but ultimately you know i was i was getting bored and another job came along the end by the way the editor told you there's not interest in this is incorrect but that's discussion for a for a long day richard santa mir is the author of the pride of the yankees lou gehrig gary cooper in the making classic book is now out in paperback check that out either at bookstores on amazon and then if you are interested in what richard is doing today just to google search for him or head to his archives at the new york times he is now one of the obituary writers and you will see his work every couple of days of somebody who has passed away whose notable richard it's good to catch up with you i which you continued success at the new york times and with this book and thanks so much for joining me today sports media podcast invest to with the radio radio gig and the thank you very much all right back in the studio my thanks joe test who came to the west side of manhattan to tape this in person which is totally chant moved by ami's got a boxing seminar coming up later today either the garden or somewhere else so i really appreciate him doing that my thanks to richard santa mir lapel green has always is the producer of this podcast if you like this stuff please go to apple podcast lever review sign up and subscribe for this last couple podcasts we had peter king on his decision leave sports illustrated doris burke on her upcoming contract situation espn and the amazing work she does.

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"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"John in a very different way you know that southern gentleman way but he was just as hyper competitive mark was he was he was he was a joy to cover if only because of his great availability and his loquaciousness you know mark used to call me in the middle of negotiations wow one me i could tell you that well we bombed it a lot on on when he was kicking the nhl out the door that was a lot of fun and look like like i said john was john was mentally available and you know it's i don't think people remember much about the bornstein legacy accepted he was so difficult to deal with john was john was very opposite and you know the the you know the legacy is what you see on tv is mostly you know influenced by him but it's going to be influenced by petero now it's gonna be influenced by how they program espn plus so you know all these executives matter how good they might be are kinda disposable and i'm curious just given that you've now shifted into another role you're writing obits for those who are fan of obituaries like myself i love the economist obits mortga lead fox that she she she was your longtime colleague she's that she retired from the times the times in june in junior basically this woman to me was like jordan lebron james of bit writing incredible but richard as you look at the sports media reporter slash writer sats critics lash columnists where do you see that job heading i think for those of us who care about this space it was pretty heartening to see that the washington post is is creating a new position where they're going to have a fulltime sports meteorite or that's one of the great publications in.

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"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"All right back in the studio my facts joe tests or for really an illuminated conversation on what went down with the monday night football process and now let's head to richard santa mir the author of the part of the anki slough gary gary cooper and making the classic all right as i said at the top richard santa mir is the author of pride of the yankees lou gehrig gary cooper and the making of classic that book has now been released in paperback head to amazon or your local bookstore to check it out for twenty five years richard santa moore covered sports media and sports business for the new york times he now writes bits for that publication obituary writers at the new york times or kind of fascinating lot richard santa mira welcome to the sports media podcast sir how are you back in the day rich we could have done two hours on the latest sports media topics but in this case we'll we'll stick we'll we'll stick we'll do one one topic at the end of this but the we'll start with your book to why did you decide to write a book about the pride of the yankees in in in current time why why why is this an important story for us in twenty eight teen well i think lou gehrig is sort of an internal internally good subject to write about the dignity there is courage than a great ball player and i was reading a bog affi of samuel goldman by scott berg some years ago and you know most books don't spark me to want to write a book of my own but i was reading passage where goldwyn who knew nothing about baseball and had rejected an idea to do a garrick movie was sort of cajoled into watching the newsreels of gehrig's of day that gary gave his luckiest man speech on july fourth thirty nine and you know you can imagine goldwyn being you know kind of annoyed that min bush the story editor who was a baseball fan with cajoling emphasis in the screening room and and watch the newsreel and the newsreel is can be boring to a non fan because.

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