35 Burst results for "Richard E"
FBI Believes Remains of Gabby Petito Have Been Found
"Say a body discovered. Sunday in wyoming is believed to be gabrielle. Gabby petito who disappeared while on a cross country track with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now being sought within a florida. Nature preserve the f. b. said the body was found by law enforcement agents who had spent the past two days searching campgrounds. The cause of death has not yet been determined said f. b. i. supervisory special agent charles jones full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm one hundred percent that we found gabby but her family has been notified. Jones said this is an incredibly difficult time for potatoes. Family and friends an attorney who has been acting as a spokesman for potatoes family asked in a statement that the family be given room to grieve attorney richard benson stafford indicated that the family would make a public statement at a later date and he thanked officials with the fbi. Grand tetons search and rescue and other agencies that participated in the search for petito. The family and i will be forever. Grateful stafford said in a statement. An undeveloped camping area on the east side of grand tetons bordering national forest land will remain closed until further. Notice while the investigation continues. Jones said jones said investigators are still seeking information from anyone who may have seen petito or brian laundry around the campsites. The same area that was the subject of law enforcement search efforts over the weekend but tito and her boyfriend laundry left in july on a cross country track and converted van to visit national parks in the us. West police said laundry was alone when he drove the van back to his parents. Home and north port florida on september first laundry has been identified as a person of interest and the case. He was last seen tuesday by family members in
Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal
"The dutch prime minister mark rutta will reportedly offer his uk counterpart. Boris johnson a defense and security cooperation. Deal with the eu. When the leaders meet in downing street later today it follows yesterday's announcement that the uk. The united states and australia had agreed their own defense. Pack called aucas. the deal has angered many. You states with france calling australia's decision to scrap a huge submarine. Deal in favor of eight nuclear powered subs deal with the us establish back. Let's get the latest now from paul rogers international security advisor at open democracy. Paul some very harsh words from paris. Today tell us what happened here. I on the australian deal and why the french are feeling blindsided by it over the australian deal. The australians essentially decided to replace their existing collins class submarines richard come to the end of their useful life with new pout submarines rather than diesel-powered submarines. The previous decision was to gain with france which has quite a good recorder producing diesel-powered submarines. It can actually produce a new pout. Submarines for self. I don't think he's ever exported them considered it. But anyway australia's decided they need to new capelle. Submarines had this deal with the french for the best essentially for the Diesel-powered ones they basically dish that and gone in with the united states with britain as well although the suspicion is that as far as the building of the new submarines consent bush will be done as an australian yard in adelaide. That will be done. Under american supervision with the british relatively small this is partly because britain is producing own new class of astute hunting submarines as well as its missile submarines an in both cases. It has pretty serious problems with developing the reactors rolls royce history. Having great difficulty in getting things right the to another words in america wants a more reliable. So that's the basis of it. The the fringe obviously are pretty furious of this because what was a pretty big contract with a lot of money in. It was basically dish in favor of a basic and anglo american agreement. So that's the background this at beyond that. Of course you have all the issues in the eu and the whole question of how one handles a rapidly growing china which does have increasing military capabilities.
What is Self-Determination With Richard Ryan
"Conceptualization of self-determination. What is it you know before we get to the nuts and bolts of the needs in and the nuances of the theory quizzes. Talk about self determination for. Because i think that's an interesting in of itself of what does that mean among humans. What are we determining. Didn't some other terms like self-regulation self-determination is when you know what you're doing is something that you feel you're regulating and in other words that you're also a behavior that you stand behind or self endorse this is why it aligns with phenomenal logical view of self determination because when you act with self-determination. You're acting roy where you're willing to do it. And you do it volition lee and therefore you can be wholeheartedly engaged in what. You're up to in in kind of that. That briefest form self-determination is true volition true volition so there's a lot of things that can arise that can pull me away from a or even for me into thinking. I'm volition when i when i really don't. I'm fascinated with the phenomenon of colts. You know and i'm fascinated with the phenomenon of mind control So i guess you can have external coercion and you can have. You can have internal coercion. You know people with. Ocd people with lots of things a lot of competing you know. Psychopathology and things. That are their inner Taking them away from your higher self. So so i think that. And you're right you're right scott. Which is that. It's not parallel to the distinction between internal and external because you can have had her automous forces that are with it. you can have your own interjection. Have your own internalized. Stigma pressures biopsies that. Actually take you away from self determination. Tommy so the threats to autonomy are not just extra inter.
Cheers Greet the Reopening of Three Mega-Hit Broadway Shows
"Other shows have reopened but Broadway made its unofficial return with the curtain rising for three classic shows Christensen weren't surprised the crowd by appearing on stage before the start of wicked it's one of the spiritual anchors of modern Broadway success along with director Julie Taymor is The Lion King you have the desire of the enthusiasm the courage to lead the way because as we know theater in New York is the life blood and soul of the city over at the Richard Rodgers theatre I don't ever want to take life for granted yeah do you Lin Manuel Miranda says it took six years to create Hamilton I'm so glad it didn't take six years to come back thank you for getting vaccinated and wearing a mask and supporting life Maxine checkers in bright T. shirts inspected phones and cards at the crowds made their way into the theaters I'm a Donahue
The Entire System Is Under Assault Over Mask Mandates in Florida
"Over at just the news. A great site. John Solomon Psych Department of Education opened civil rights investigation into Florida ban on mass mandates. You're going to see the enormous destruction or constitutional system to the police powers of the states. To the undermining the authority of states. Vis a vis their school systems. You can see the centralization of power that is taking place. Whether it is the virus, whether it's a taxation, whether it is voting We are under assault. The entire system is under assault. New CDC figures appear to bolster governor dissenters. Argument for parental choice or a mask mandates, says Just the news. So that Biden Administration Department of Education is open to civil rights investigation into the governor's executive order banning mask mandates in schools On the same day that the first District Court of Appeals reinstated the ban after being blocked by Leon County, Florida Circuit Judge and now we have the activist judges. The Department of Education's offices, civil rights said In a letter Friday addressed to Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran, there was opening a direct investigation of whether the governor statewide ban Maybe it wasn't a statewide ban. He said. Parents get to choose I mean, it's a band in the sense that schools can't mandate. But it's not a ban in the sense that That the parents want their kids to wear mask. They can wear masks. Anyway. What is the subject? Future whether the governor's statewide ban may be preventing school districts in the state from considering a meeting the needs of students with disabilities. Students with disabilities, Mr Minister. What does this have to do with students with
Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards's Daughter Sami Calls Mom's House 'Abusive,'
"Let's talk about charlie sheen and denise richards. He tend to forget that they were together because like so much happening in the world but they have a daughter and her name sammy. She's seventeen years old and just like we see many of times. These teenage celebrity kids have a platform. It's called tick taha hood where where they now have this platform and there followed. Because not only do they have their friends and they can have a viral video in ten seconds but they're related to celebrities like charlie sheen and denise richards there her mom and dad and she says that she was in an abusive trapped in an abusive household little over a year ago been deleted. But you know once it's put on the internet it's there forever. We don't know who sammy was living with. Some of my sources are saying. It was on the denise side and sammy rancher charlie but we all know charlie's paths so we're left to just be like you know ooh She says now finally moved out of the hell. House had a spiritual awakening own two cats happy single full of self love and dropped out of high. Sam i agree with everything. Maybe except for the last part but You know she said she says and she looks much happier than than previous posts before. So it'll be interesting over the next few years actually with all these children who are younger like ten twelve and as soon as they get talk. They don't realize the magnitude that a post even though they've lived the life they have this platform. Now where the simplest thing where you think. You're you're telling mom and dad you know you're just writing them out or just trying to be goofy. It could go viral
De La Cruz, Sánchez Go Back-to-Back With Homers, Marlins Win
"The Braves lead in the NL east is down to three and a half games over the Phillies following Atlanta six four loss to Miami Brian dela Cruz and hay Seuss Sanchez had back to back home runs in the eighth inning against Richard Rodriguez Braves manager Brian Snitker says Rodriguez may need to make an adjustment I love the fact that he you know I don't know if he throws the ball over and the better you know probably we're gonna need to he's gonna need to come up with something else just to get him off that fastball the rally came after the Marlins blew a three nothing lead in the fifth Rodriguez has allowed four home runs over his last three innings Anthony bass got the win with help from Dylan Flores ten save the Braves had won nine of eleven from the Marlins after dropping five of the first six in the season series I'm Dave Ferrie
US Bound Flights Carrying Afghans Temporarily Halted Due to Measles Cases
"White house says flights carrying afghan refugees to the us have been halted after discovery of four cases of measles among people who recently arrived in the us. This as npr's michele keleman reports nineteen more us citizens from the airport in kabul in the state department says to others managed to get out overland national security council spokesperson. Emily horne says the. Us is doing intensive work to give americans clear and safe options to leave afghanistan. The state department says forty. Four americans were offered seats on the latest plane. But not all decided to go. The taliban are still not allowing charter. Flights from northern afghanistan and democratic senator richard blumenthal once the state department to do more about that time precious time. The situation of these individuals is desperate urgen. He's been working with veteran groups and activists to help several at risk afghans and some american citizens get
This Is Why Larry Elder Should Be Governor of California
"So talk about how that's the most important question isn't it. Larry that we gotta get fifty plus one to say yes. We want gavin newsom out. That's why by far is the most important question you pointed out fifty percent plus one vote yes to recall gavin newsom in the second part is who do you want to replace him and obviously i want people to vote for me but you asked me what i would do if i became governor. Tell you what i won't do. I won't impose statewide mandates the way. This guy has on bass face masks. In on vaccines he has mandated that every government worker who's not been vaccinated be tested once a week and we'll be required to wear face masks. Get work i don't get it. I've been vaccinated. I'm not antibac- because the by age because of other underlying calmer abilities but for crying out loud a lot of people and made it very different decision And for him to do Tell people who assume the risk you need to wear a mask at work to protect yourself against other people whom the risk if anti signed and and he's supposed to be the one pro science i'm also going to declare a state wide emergency on housing. We have environmental law that prevents developers from developing low cost housing. Which is why the price of a home in california as eight hundred thousand dollars which is anywhere from a hundred and fifty percent of the two hundred percent above the national average. I'm also going to declare a state wide work on water. We have all sorts of projects for more reservoirs to raise dams and the storm water underground. We do have our west seasons and we're not doing that waters rainy right out into the pacific ocean because of these projects are being held up for fear of lawsuits. I'm gonna declare statewide emergency on water. So they're going to be some big changes when i get there even though Dealing with a hostile legislature.
California Recall Update with Larry Elder
"Larry how's it going out there in the field in california. What i think is going well The as you pointed out i clearly have the reality on the replacement side based on is whether or not percent plus one votes voters in california both to recall gavin newsom. And it's my job to remind people white. Nearly two million people signed a petition. Charlie to get this guy out of here. Almost a third of them were the very people that voted for him just two years earlier and by that i'm talking about independents and democrats. I should even at hispanics. Sixty three percent of hispanic voted for him two years ago. And now the majority of hispanics want him out largely because gavin newsom shutdown public education and before he sat down public education a kids educated in our government schools. Were already behind our scores near the near the bottom of all fifty states where we spending fifteen thousand dollars per student per year and not getting sufficient bang for buck. He also shut down the state to the point where a third of all small businesses are now gone forever and many of these small businesses were owned by black and brown in asian american people. The kind of people that people like avenue some pride themselves on caring about and so so larry. This is something that has now become a national kind of issue. The california recall and gavin newsom is very nervous and he's largely nervous because he has a formidable opponent in you and the message that you are bringing forward and you kind of set the entire american kind of political community on fire. And you've saved so disciplined. I just want to say they've tried to trap you in so many different
What Needs To Happen for Newsom To Get Recalled?
"So let's just go through. If if gavin newsom gets recalled what would be the areas that have to do that. You'd have to have kind of the gay base in san francisco not turn out right. I'm not saying that pejoratively. It's just what it is right. You have to have the hispanic hispanic base in kind of la not turn out right and then you need to have a suburban one one eighty right. You need to have kind of the westwood yoga. Moms and the brentwood won't yoga moms. I mean and kind of like the pasadena. Professors be like not going to happen. And the reason i'm saying this though is that this really isn't uphill climb in california. You need like five different domino's to fall on my right. Yeah that that's a very realistic. I mean it's. It's good that we do that with viewers and listeners be realistic. It is a very steep hill to climb but the things you just mentioned we did see possible which is why it was close in. La for instance. Fifty one percent of hispanics told us in l. a. that were going to vote You know he should. He should trounce The opposition in la should eat at least thirty points out of there. Are we not seeing that. In the reason. Why is because a lot of the people who did tillis they were gonna vote. Were anti newsom. So outside in the county around ventura the suburbs. You was not doing well. And then you had san diego. For instance where if sandiego was a bigger margin for no or for Yes to recall him then. Probably means orange county would've been a little bit wider and it may have been a lead for a minute there but san diego was not as pro recall as we expected it to be or it needs to be so there are definitely five. Domino's maybe even more that you need to see fall of that white liberal base which is that bay area He needs to more inland hispanics for sure Central valley hispanics the working hispanic in the central valley. They tend to be more conservative in they do. And they're getting more conservative of the years but they for while were the most pro
What Are the Newsom Recall Polls Saying?
"Hey everybody. Welcome to this episode of the charlie kirk show with us. Today's a friend of mine and he's rarely ever wrong. In fact we had him coming on our program leading up to the election and he got almost all of his predictions correctly. Richard harris from the people's pundit and also we had you on for the georgia thing and you're the one that early said. Hey we got a problem in georgia and you're right so we're going to talk about california polls and so all right richard. Let's cut through all of the nonsense. Yes the way. It works in california for all of our friends in maine and massachusetts and florida and south carolina. It's a two part question. Yes or no recall gavin newsom and if yes then who let's start with the yes or no. Do you think that the yeses are going outnumber the nose. Yes we pulled it a couple of weeks back and we had no ahead by a little bit charlie. But let me leave this with you. The caveat here is that. I thought my share of the you know is part of poland. I thought my share of the white vote was a little bit high california's usually forty five fifty percent tops and did see other pollsters. That had him in the sixties. If you look at who's voting right now. This is why democrats are nervous. The electorate is very white. And it's and it's much older so if if the electorate and we had them at fifth we whites at fifty five but we still had the age breakdown to be pretty young so that could a two point advantage could easily be swamped demographic difference like that the problem newsom has then i was just saying this before he needs white liberals and asian voters to come out and they are the least likely to want to vote. Weitz were over. Eighty percent certain to vote when we pull them And asia voters were in the fifty s. So it. I mean it really. It goes to show you got a close race can turn into a nailbiter either way
Professor Ebright: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Dr. Fauci Lied About Gain-of-Function Research
"Now they keep promoting Fauci all over the corrupt media. And they keep using Fauci to attack regular American citizens. No, They know how often Fauci has been. Sort of the real life Professor Irwin Corey. They know how he's often contradicted himself. How is often politicized. Science doesn't mean he has have been right now and then, But that's not the point. You need to be right all the time. Particularly you're going to make definitive statements like foul she does. If you're going to play ruler of the world, whether it's the economy, whether it is lifestyle or whatever else it is. Richard Ebright is a molecular biologist at Rutgers University. And these newly found documents, he said. Obtained the Freedom Information Act request made it clear that Fauci has been quote unquote untruthful about gain of function research. The documents make it clear that assertions by the NIH director Francis Collins. The N A. I D Director Anthony Fauci. At the NIH did not support gain of function, research or potential pandemic pathogen enhancement. At this Wuhan virus lab are untruthful. He tweeted. Isn't that worth a congressional hearing by the Democrats? Isn't that worth the media really being skeptical?
September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life
"Day was september. Sixth sixteen fifty one after fleeing for his life following his defeat at the battle of worcester. Charles the second. The king of scotland and rightful king of england took refuge in a tall oak tree where he remained until the coast was clear a few days earlier on september third oliver cromwell and his parliamentarian forces had won the final battle of the english civil war when it was clear the royalists had lost the twenty one year old charles the second escaped the battlefield on horseback with some of his most trusted men. They rode forty miles through the countryside. Until it last reaching the ruins of the white lady's nunnery on the northern border of shropshire. When they arrived charles troop said about disguising him. They dressed him in old. Clothes cut his hair and smeared his face with soot. It was a necessary measure because cromwell had already dispatched soldiers to hunt down. the road. King wanted posters quickly appeared far and wide and a one thousand pound reward was issued for his capture with the kings safe for the time. Being most of his friends departed to avoid drawing attention to the group. Only richard peril remained with charles to help lead him through the woods on september fifth. The pair fled towards the river. Saverne where they hoped to cross into wales and from their sale to the relative safety of france unfortunately they found that the severn was heavily. Guarded by cromwell's patrols left with no way forward. Charles and richard were forced to turn back the way they came this time. They headed for bosca bell house a remote hunting lodge about a mile away from the nunnery where they'd hidden the night before when they arrived at around three. Am on the morning of september six. They were informed by richards. Brothers that the white lady's nunnery had already been raided by cromwell's soldiers. Another royalist fugitive named major william carlos was also hiding out at bosko bell. He suggested that it would be safer. If charles didn't stay in the house instead. He recommended that the two of them climb a bushy oak tree on the house grounds. That way they could see in all directions and keep tabs on the enemy soldiers. Who would surely come looking for them.
Denny Hamlin Wins Southern 500 to Open NASCAR Cup Playoffs
"The first of ten NASCAR playoff races saw Danny Hamlin hold off a hard charging Kyle Larson to grab the checkered flag at Darlington Raceway one of these playoffs together was no room for error and you now to fund your ticket to the next round we get to go out there and focus on getting to the second round which I think is probably the most dangerous Larson made a valiant effort on the final lap bumping Hamlin's rear bumper and then as if he was playing a video game banged his car off the wall trying to make the pass seven of the sixteen playoff drivers had issues including Kyle Busch and chase Elliott who suffered wrecked race cars Ross Chastain finished third followed by Martin Truex junior and Kevin Harvick Steve Richards Darlington South Carolina
Rodriguez, Richards Combine on 5-Hitter, Red Sox Beat Rays
"Bobby Dalbec had two hits and drove in a pair and Eduardo Rodriguez and Garrett Richards combined for a five hitter is the Boston Red Sox shop the Tampa Bay rays for nothing Rodriguez allowed just four hits all singles in six innings of work the left hander called Thursday start his best of the year that's my best on the season not the way I feel today about me but also to arms control wise my wife and I mean I feel like no dustbin my my best of the season also echoed Richards went the final three innings for his second save dot backs are B. R. Singh on the top of the first off rays starter Shane McClanahan gave Boston the lead the first baseman added an RBI single as part of a two run fifth loss means the race can manage only a split of their four game series with the red Sox and if all the six and a half game ahead of idle New York in the American League east Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Creating the Oxford English Dictionary
"London physiological logical. Society is the oldest organisation in great britain dedicated to the study of language formed in eighteen. Forty two one of their first objectives was to create a list of the deficiencies of the english language by eighteen. Eighty four they had hatched the idea of creating a new dictionary. That would solve the problems. They saw in current dictionaries. The process of whoever was incredibly slow. It took until eighteen fifty seven to establish a committee to create a list of unregistered words. These are words that weren't in current dictionaries or were poorly defined. If this had been the extent of what the illogical society had done. I wouldn't be doing an episode about this. The man who headed up. The committee was richard chenevix-trench. Trench was an interested in just coming up with a list of unregistered words. His ambition was much greater the report he produced with something else entirely. His report was titled on some deficiencies in our english dictionaries. It detailed all of the problems with current english language dictionaries in the nineteenth century. He noted problems. With the lack of coverage of obsolete words histories of words synonyms of words in poor examples and illustrations of words. What trench propose wasn't just a dictionary like the society had considered in the past. Trench was proposing writing the dictionary the most comprehensive dictionary of the english language. It wouldn't just be a list of words but of all of the words no longer in use and the history of all the words and where they came from. This would be a massive massive undertaking in eighteen fifty-eight the illogical society formerly called for the creation of a new dictionary which they called a new english dictionary on historical principles. First order of business was hiring someone to be the editor. Trench wasn't able to take on the assignment. As he was appointed the dean of westminster abbey. The job fell to herbert coleridge. Coleridge was only twenty nine. When he was appointed in eighteen sixty he created the outline in strategy for the entire project. He began the system to categorize the hundreds of thousands of quotes which would be required.
FAA Says Virgin Galactic Can't Fly Spaceship During Investigation
"Grounded by the federal aviation administration. The faa is looking into a flight in july virgin spaceship to apparently veered out of its approved airspace as it descended toward new mexico virgin founder. Richard branson was on board and later today.
"richard e" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Are you okay. Classic locate you talking about bringing him back bringing lucky into it but because he knows. That's what loki did he can say. That's what happened. They'll use that as an excuse to get back to that timeline that he didn't necessarily do that but he can say oh. Yeah i disguised myself. I don't think it like at the end of the day. I what ends what ends up happening at the end of this series. I don't think he's going to have to answer to anyone. Because i think the tv is going to be destroyed. You see it. I mean like no matter. how like like. There's no like nobody in charge of time. That's going to say well. You can't go back in your own time now. It's more like an explanation for everyone else on that. We thought you were dead. Oh i did this. He that would be funny if he tries to explain everything the tv and they just think he's full of shit and then he's like fine. I came back is debris you know like. They're like off dan. We knew it like somebody gives you thirty bucks. Because i knew that box. The classic loki is so fucking cool. I richard e grant was so good in this episode. I loved him duty. I think that he laughed like him in the face danger. Yeah i loved the one of the lines that he sad because it comes back in this episode. He's talking to loki. They're down in that that little like bowling alley kingdom the kid. He's got and he tells. Loki are loki. He says blades. The blades are worthless in the face of loki. In the face of a low-key sorcery and he's talking about how powerful their magic can get. And we've seen loki used the blades and like this look like it's. He's all about the sorcery..
"richard e" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"When he relocated to los angeles he was coaxed into not just acting but they get into directing and we all know how that worked out so great career and you know just growing up with his movies in the background and he just seemed like a it's someone you don't know but you feel ten with passes you're like man. I never knew this but somehow they're touch my life and was always someone i wanted to meet. There's a book that i've had in my Amazon wishlist for a very long time and it was called. It was a biography by about restaurant. Called you're the director. You figured it. Out the life and films of richard donner. I've wanted it for a very long time and now probably be very hard to find an overpriced. So that's frustrating. And i will find it now and two thousand six during the whole time of returns win. Richard donor. To superman cut was released. Geoff johns and richard donner wrote a comic together. Called last son of krypton and we will actually recording a review of that soon and Look forward to that now. Seeing what he no touching back into the world of superman always simply his heart and he'll be missed. Look for those podcast. Like i said in just searched the cape. Wonder podcast just dropped one. That is a discussion with brian. O'halloran who played non and superman men to and he's looking back at rich so check that out and remember richard donner. If you want to help out this show in any other show on southgate media group and you really don't have the extra money to do so check this out. Good southgate ni group dotcom at the top. There's a link to amazon. Click that logging tier amazon shop and buy like normal and part of the money that you spend gums back to.
"richard e" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"This is one that i forgot was donner film. I remember seeing is young and it was just child abuse it was disturbing streaming ninety two also weapon three and then what am i personal favorites that i think a lot of people. Forget and what's sad is the day before richard passing. I actually mentioned this movie. I quoted it to my wife. A lot is maverick. Nineteen ninety. four's maverick mel gibson. Jodie foster and james gardner terrific richard. Donner you know. It's it's wonderful. I can't praise it enough. If you're not sure please check it out. Alyce assassins in nineteen ninety. Five was his next film. And i saw this one. But i remembered to be honest with its Stallone antonio banderas ninety seven saw conspiracy theory which is another one of those films that i saw a lot as a child. Just because my mom actually really liked the film. It was one of those that we had the vhs and played a lot in our house. It's on hbo lethal weapon. Four followed in ninety eight and then we have a break. And it's kind of crazy thinking ninety eight and donner's next film did not appear until two thousand. Three's timeline based on the michael crichton book and on hulu and i thought that was the last film that he had directed. I did see that one. It's a fun movie. But the last movie he direct with sixteen blocks and that was in two thousand six that is not streaming that is a very vast large legacy of direction now. His production producer credits. All over the place. I mean just hit. Some of the high points can quickly. I won't other than films that he directed because very much active produced from films. He directed Starting with lady hawk. So let's go through movie. The lost boys executive producer. Free willy executive sir cruelty to the omen to offer habit. That just says nineteen ninety-five tales from the crypt. executive producer. tells them of films for free. Willy three double tap any seven any given sunday x. Men i knew about the x men x men origins wolverine knew about that one and those are the he helped produce other than Films like a man is more than just the things that he directed and i've recently watched a lot. Excuse me he has just want to point this out. A lot of cameos in his movies grant to sue man. He's a man the diner manager street. the goonies. He's a policeman. Maverick as a dealer tomlin. He's man in car conspiracy theory conspiracy theory talk cap passenger and sixteen blocks man holding birthday. I really watched more interviews. Just that i had seen some of the things he said. I watched focused on superman. Of course you could tell the he the reason why he's so beloved and what's sad is now with honors passing the three men who really crafted superman film. Richard donner tom mankiewicz. Christopher reeve have all pat. And i will go into production history of that film at series. He laid the template and a word that i'd never heard of that became very popular in richard. Donner discussing sumo's personality and they took superman serious. And even today. I think i was talking with some friends today..
"richard e" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Shows and facebook. Welcome to the krypton report. This is a special episode. That was kind of impromptu. You by recent events. Yeah i just want to take a few moments. Also if you're listening to this episode you'll realize are episode. Numbers are a little off because we had everything prerecorded for some specials. Ready to go. And i'm in the process of moving so it made it much more difficult when this happened but technically this episode two hundred enjoy. This episode is going to be talking about the late angry. Richard donner now. Richard donner a lot of fans. Mostly it'll be known for superman and he you know he directed one superman movie technically mucky but he set the standard for many many superhero movies to follow. Currently both wonder woman and batman begins looked at the template and style of superman. The movie richard donner. So let's just take you honest conversation piece. There's great podcast that there are people who had worked with donner who are coming out and saying what a great man he was one of the podcast that i thoroughly enjoy comic book central. Just re posted lincoln. So did we share their link horn interview. That was done. I want to four four five years ago with donner and it's great. Just check it out. So let's get into some of his some of his great works now as a director. He has many credits. I'm gonna hit the high notes that people know it'll really help cement. Who he was he did he did. Tv for a while building up his repertoire. It wasn't till nine thousand nine hundred seventy six with the movie. The omen which i believe is his third film and first major film others have been tv movies. I believe i'm not. I'm not one hundred percent positive. Everything at the beginning here broke out and the omen was a huge success. Success based on the horror craze of the seventies after the exorcist the omen would later be remade wonderful but then after that nineteen seventy eight was when he got superman and superman of course is what he's most known for..
"richard e" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"To the amazon to document the effects of the environmental degradation route by industrialized farming and forest clearance. As twenty twenty drew to a close. I caught up with richard for an exclusive interview to learn more about his latest project and his relationship with the boundary pushing media. That have become his trademark. I began by asking what he traveled to the amazon to capture last summer. You may remember there was a extensive media blitz coverage of burning rainforest. And so i wanted. I thought a really wanted to see this from self and try and unpack it for myself as an artist. i suppose. My work practices is a hybrid of sorts. It's in the interests between contemporary arson. Reportage photography documentary photography and also make video art installations and as an artist. I was intrigued by the challenge of representing climate change and environmental catastrophe. Because it's so bloody difficult. It's just often very very outside of the limits of i suppose the quantitative limits of human perception of therefore language. It's way bigger than us. For this reason it's particularly difficult to photograph or to depict and represent and so. I've always an office. I've always been very fascinated by the limits of failure of representation and especially in relation to documentary. Photography documentary is a very concrete mediums. Very to put the thing in front of the lens which is a real talent. You have to be present in the space with the thing. The thing is an abstraction far bigger than human figure and human perception. It's very difficult to to do so adequately and so. That was really the start of this project during that failure to do so as you put it to to capture the kind of enormity of this thing do you think that kind of plays into the challenges of of really affecting any change around it does negotiating the challenges of documenting it visually. Do you think that's a route into communicating. What it means the urgency of it effectively. Yeah i feel. There's a media saturation. As i suppose. As soon as you begin to try to figure out where to start effectively telling the story you realize it's it's really hard to do. I think once sort of identifying those limits of articulation is a good place to start so i became very interested in simply trying to visually express those limits and that particular failure. And i've been staring at the bottom of my freezer at these packets of longest continued black and white infrared called kodak. Hi or eight high. Speed infrared film black white and think discontinued in the year. Two thousand or earlier nine thousand nine hundred and it's a devil to us because it's so heat sensitive anywhere you take it extremely sensitive emulsion very easy to to screw up especially sensitive to humidity and to heat tegra dacian so naturally i began thinking. Well maybe this is the way to to describe that failure. I went around sites of well. The burning rainforests trying to document places that were burning recently burned all across the arc fires. It's called in northern brazil from rondonia to southern amazonas across to para states and interesting thing. Is that the film's also unable to see smoke when you filter out the visible spectrum which and most of these fires are of course very far away and very some very large usually hard hard enough to x. cash pictures of the flame so you you tend to pick them through smoke and so that didn't even show up on the next but the also revealed this sort of mottled tactile almost paint on the canvas of of its own degradation so this extraordinary antique film was was really failing in a beautiful way and i became fascinated because all of my actual fingerprints were evident negatives than there were tears and tears and scratches and and here i was describing global heating itself and aspects of the burning rainforest getting close in some instances so to me that was very visually expressive of subject. It was really pointing four grounding those limits at least my my own inability to it otherwise two point the failure itself i guess at that point was realized eight. Okay i had identified the limits. But maybe there's a way to push beyond this and i was thinking lot. I was little unsatisfied. Although i found those visual expressive large for black and white infrared landscapes of expressing this heat degradation very effective. I also wanted to push further. Find something perhaps more futuristic or looking into the future of the medium of tariff so. I thought rather broadly about the subject tonight began to be very interested in the kinds of cameras. Used in satellites environmental monitoring satellites and rediscovered reading around subject that they used quite advanced cameras. Obviously that are what's known as multispectral cameras so they capture they move across. The surface of the earth high-speed capturing images of the surface of of the land of the topology across a number of bandwidths. So we are. Is we see we could imagine. We see in the visible spectrum. Three bands red green and blue and all the colors that emerged between red green and blue colors the rainbow. Those are the colors we can see and everything outside of that actually holds huge amount of data information that can be used by the scientists teams scientists trying to understand the scale of the deforestation and the destruction of the amazon as well as to use it predictively to build models to understand not just the release of carbon dioxide but many other things including in what ways water is being polluted and the release of other aspects of this destruction is all emerged across various bandwidths of spectral data in not only the visible spectrum but also in the invisible infrared and sometimes in the ultra-violet spektr as well so these are captured simultaneously by the satellite cameras. Sometimes it's ten or eleven or twelve bandwidth that they're capturing and this is beamed back to earth and the scientists can then dial the data into software to try to extrapolate information about what's really happening on the ground that's how they're able to determine what's going on in such a vast scale across the amazon. Has that really got me. Thinking you've started to re look through some of the images and read about read around the subjects that i found actually the some of these maps that they were producing as a byproduct. We're actually very statically. Awful very interesting color palette and then reading around it a bit more found that there is a very fascinating tension within the medium the multi medium. Not only is it used by the good guys. The scientists the teams working for for example map biomass or amazon and these are teams of environmental monitoring scientists who based in brazil who were specifically checking. What's happening in the amazon. These cameras are also has cameras also being harnessed by the bad guys who are carrying out the deforestation namely agribusiness so actually is not just aggravates not just aggregate. Big farmers ranchers is also meteorologists. Who are surveying all across the try to determine where the rare earth minerals are for extraction. So that's very interesting. You have this inherent tension. The medium itself is at the crux of. Perhaps you could say it's at the crux of the entire narrative. Because it's being used in harnessed in order to save the rainforest blitz also somehow has has some agency in its destruction. Just tell you really. The deforestation in amazon is extremely different. To what we're seeing in for example california or the fires in siberia. And that's because it's really extremely willful. What's going on and the amazon. It's being carried out. The burning is happening on the ground. I've seen it i've driven for. I think about twenty thousand kilometres the last year year and a half all across the amazon and everywhere go the scale of the burnings. Just it's just. It's hard to articulate to relate that to you there's so much burning going on and eighty percent of of the deforestation is thought is is the result of cattle ranching. And there's estimated fifty thousand head of cattle in the amazon. They all need something to each. It just so happens that the most profitable form of fodder soybean. So there's huge tracts. Land are also being cleared for these vast soybean fields without hedgerows. Where there's very little places for anything cattle. And so he means to live so yes..
"richard e" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"From the worlds of Film Music Art and Literature for cinemas struggling and live music remains complicated art will still out over the weekend northern. Ballads Richard. Dawson played a Gig at London's Barbican Centre ahead of the concert I caught up with him to learn more Last year Richard. Dawson's twenty twenty made waves with its compelling accounts of the experience of people from across the U.. K. As he imagined them navigating the struggles and strains of daily life in this upon AC- year from depressed civil servants disaffected by the challenges of working effectively in much depleted public sector to publicans dating with the outcome of what has become an annual flood. The Album Offset Kitchen sinks stories of struggle against beat progressive pulp. This weekend Richard returned to live gigging, playing a limited capacity set at the Barbican, live streams to audiences a home I caught up with Richard ahead of the GIG and began by asking him how he expected to feel playing songs from the album, and what has turned out to be an altogether different twenty twenty. Two. Stones. So felt the list some some shrink for on the record. In general it wasn't.
"richard e" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"We literally blubbering like embarrassing idiots each other in total disbelief and pleasure, of course, of being both being nominated for this at a place, though, literally physically that was meaning to you. I'd found that I parked just around the block from a bed sit studio apartment that I rented for fifty dollars a week in nineteen eighty two when I first got to London, and I was a waiter literally I could reach from each end to the other bed was about the kitchen at and it was absolutely minute. And I was around the corner of my daughter said you should do video. That'll twenty seconds of of what this feels like. Of course, I then put it online. And I think within two days it had three point four million hits. Which is inconceivable now again because like it now, and I looked like a completely insane. But this is the thing like that is for. Anyone it's got to be the most exciting thing that could happen. And yet some people are just oh, you know, shows cool unlucky for them. If they can think that's cool to get going after Oscar nomination and your life. Yeah. Go figure that one. I was just I'm still in a state of complete astonishment last question. So you are now and forever Oscar nominee, Richard E grant, okay, you go soon to be and maybe the nominee may the nominee part may change. But they can't take away Askar part. You are soon to appear in Star Wars are worse film. I would imagine that the phones may be ringing a little more after all of this than in the last few years, probably exciting hut time to be Richard E grant that's part one of the setup part too. Is that you wear to watches is looking at them right now. One of them on the right is LA time from what I've. Yeah. On the left is Swaziland time because that. Was a gift from your father who I guess literally on his on his deathbed. And this is all to set up the question. What would he make of this? If he could see what this has all turned out to be something that he was worried could go down the toilet. And you'd be doing all those things that you listed earlier, you know, as far as I know you you're you're not tight. Not ready make oh, that's it. Not I mean tact. Yeah. It was about to say. So if if he could see this, what would he say, I hope that he would be incredibly proud because you know, that's still that part of every kid in you Madam. You you watch me dad, watch me mile. You want the application of your parents? And the fact that I have made such a good living out of it is beyond anything that he could have imagined. So I'm I think he would have been I hope you've been Brad. Thank you so much for this. Congratulations. Thank you. Thanks. Thank you. Thanks very much for tuning into awards chatter. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute. More to subscribe to our podcast for free on I tunes or your podcast up and to leave us a rating as well. If you have any questions comments or concerns, you can reach me via Twitter at Twitter dot com slash stop fiber. And you can follow all of my coverage between episodes at HR dot com slash the race. Until next time. Thanks for joining us.
"richard e" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I think the first three names came up. And when I didn't see Timothy Shalam I thought well, that's it if he is not being named. There is no Chilton hell that I will even get a squeak in this. And then I saw my name come up, and we both looked at each other. And it was projectile tears, absolute instantaneously and. I literally had two minutes to take it on board before brilliant, FOX searchlight young publicist, Nicole Wilcox who's been literally my guide and mental throughout this incredible process of last five months, and she said there there's people in the US that you need to speak to live. I did back. I called minister immediately. We literally blubbering like embarrassing idiots each other in total disbelief and pleasure, of course, of being both being nominated for this at a place, though, literally physically that was meaning to you. I'd found that I'd popped just around the block from a bed sit studio apartment that I rented for fifty dollars a week in nineteen eighty two when I first got to London, and I was a waiter literally I could reach each end to the other and a bed was about the kitchen at and it was absolutely minute round the goal of man. My daughter said you should do video. That'll twenty seconds of of what this feels like. Of course, I then put it online. And I think within two days it had three point four million hits. Which is inconceivable now again because like it now, and I looked like a completely insane. But it says this is the thing like that is at. Anyone it's got to be the most exciting thing that can happen. And yet some people are just play. Oh, you know shows that was cool unlucky for them. If they can think that's cool to get, you know, go after Oscar nomination and your life. Yeah. Go figure that one. I was just I'm still in a state of complete the Spanish -ment last question. So you are now and forever Oscar nominee, Richard E grant, okay, you go soon to be and maybe the nominee may the nominee part may change. But they can't take away the asker part. You are soon to appear in Star Wars are worse film. I would imagine that the the phones may be raining a little more after all of this than in the last few years is probably exciting hut. Time to be Richard E grant that's part one of the setup part two is that you wear to watch is. I'm looking at them right now. One of them on the right is LA time from what I've build on the left is Swaziland time because that. Was a gift from your father who I guess literally on his on his deathbed. And this is all to set up the question. What would he make of this? If he could see what this has all turned out to be something that he was worried could all go down the toilet. And you'd be doing all those things that you listed earlier, you know, as far as I know you you're you're not tight. Not ready make oh, that's it. Not to tact. Yeah. It was about to say. So if if he could see this, what would he say, I hope that he would be incredibly proud because you know, that's still that part of every kid in new age. You all you watch me watch me mile. You want the approbation of your parents? And the fact that I have made such a good living out of it is beyond anything that he could have imagined. So I'm I think he would have been I hope you've been Brad. Thank you so much for this. Congratulations. Thank you. Thanks. Thank you. Thanks very much for tuning into awards cheddar. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute. More to subscribe to our podcast for free on I tunes or your podcasts up and to leave us a rating as well. If you have any questions comments or concerns, you can reach me via Twitter at Twitter dot com slash stop fiber. And you can follow all of my coverage between episodes at T HR dot com slash the race. Until next time. Thanks for joining us.
"richard e" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi, everyone. Thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixty third Assode of wards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcasts. I'm the host Gothenburg, and my guest today is one of the greatest character actors in the history of the movies, a Swaziland born Brit who began his film career thirty two years ago as the title character in the nineteen eighty-seven cult classic with nail and die who subsequently saw scenes in dozens of other titles, and whose most recent role as Jack hawk another drunk who becomes the co-conspirator of Melissa McCarthy's Lee Israel in Morell Hellers two thousand eighteen drama. Can you ever forgive me has landed him the first Golden Globe, critics choice sag BAFTA spirit and Oscar nominations of his career all in the category of best supporting actor, the great Richard E grant over the course of our conversation at the offices of the Hollywood reporter, the sixty one year old and I discussed his off the wall childhood and how it shaped him the professional struggles that. Seeded and fed his breakout performance as with nail what he made of his subsequent years in Hollywood which included the nineteen Ninety-one bomb Hudson hawk but also led to collaborations with the likes of Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola how after years of working mostly in Europe, he wound up on HBO's game of thrones and girls, then in the wolverine film Logan, and then in can you ever forgive me plus much more. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Richard. Thanks so much for joining us pre. She ate it. Good to have you here. Thank you very much. We always begin here with just a few basics. And I guess the most obvious question. I have to ask is where does the come from? And why do you keep it around because when I began working actor and joined the union in England, which is called equity their on screen on yield. Here. I come off to working for two years that there was another actor whose retired coal Richard grant, he'd had to change his name nineteen thousand four from Petah grown to Richard the walls pita and so- equity said you've got to do this. And there was an opioid on the phone who said. Am I begged her? And I said, please, I've no money my gossiping printed eight by tens icon to four to change my name. So she said, well, you can do speak to the actual person who sent in this complaint because he saw your name on a poster I called him up. He was incredibly gracious. He told me the story that he'd had to change his name. And after schmoozing about ten minutes. He said you could put another name in between my said, I think that sounds really pretentious, Richard Peter Richard grant, her could even just maybe put a letter. And he said, yes or right? I then phoned equity straight back got hold of the same very bullying, and she said both the letter, and I was going agr BG are DIGI. Are haven't got all day? And I said right har- he g that's that's how that happened. And then ironically on a chat show early morning breakfast chat show in England with Bob Geldof ex wife poli, it's who had a breakfast show imbed you've literally lane and there's a life own section. Most of the people on coke at the time. It was the eighties when this going on she phoned in and she said Hello. It's Richard grant's widow which had died six months ago, you cannot drop the by which time I set stabbed that was my professional name only, a very long Nell is your scrape. So one thing I read though, was what was your birth name? My birth. Name is Richard ground S to Houston. So it's just a coincidence at that was the absolutely happened. It could've been D got it stopped me before and be I could be by this time. So where were you born raised and what did your parents do for a living? I was born and raised in Boban swatted on which is now changes name to s what teeny which is the smallest country in the southern hemisphere. It's wedge between Mozambique and South Africa in south east Africa, the population of women people. My father was the directive education when it was still under British protect. Rule and my stepmother was a psychologist. My real mother was an accountant. Yes, talk a little bit about your childhood growing up there. It's during the last sort of gasp of the empire..
"richard e" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi, everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixty third Assode of wards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcasts. I'm the host Gothenburg, and my guest today is one of the greatest character actors in the history of the movies a Swaziland born Brit who began his film career thirty two years ago as the title character in the nineteen eighty-seven cult classic with nail. And I who subsequently slow scenes in dozens of other titles, and whose most recent role as Jack hawk another drunk who becomes the co-conspirator of Melissa McCarthy's Lee Israel in. Mario Hellers two thousand eighteen drama. Can you ever forgive me has landed him the first Golden Globe, critics choice sag BAFTA spirit and Oscar nominations of his career all in the category of best supporting actor, the great Richard E grant over the course of our conversation at the offices of the Hollywood reporter, the sixty one year old and I discussed his off the wall childhood and how it shaped him the professional struggles that pursue. Seeded and fed his breakout performance as with nail what he made of his subsequent years in Hollywood which included the nineteen Ninety-one bomb Hudson hawk but also led to collaborations with the likes of Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola how after years of working mostly in Europe, he wound up on HBO's game of thrones and girls, then in the wolverine film Logan, and then in Kenya ever, forgive me plus much more. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Richard. Thank you so much for joining us pre. She ate it. Good to have you here. Thank you very much. We always begin here with just a few basics. And I guess the most obvious question. I have to ask is where does the come from? And why do you keep it around because when I began working actor and joined the union in England, which is a cold equity their on screen yield here. I discovered off to working for two years that there was another actor whose retired coal Richard grant, he'd had to change his name in nineteen thousand four from Petah grown to Richard the walls, a pizza and so- equity said you've got to do this. And there was an opioid on the phone who said. Am I begged her? And I said, please, I've no money. My gossiping printed my eight by tens icon to four to change my name. So she said, well, you can do speak to the actual person who sent in this complaint because he saw your name on a poster I called him up. He was incredibly gracious. He told me the story that he'd have to change his name off schmoozing for about ten minutes. He said you could put another name in between my said, I think that sounds really pretentious, Richard Peter Richard grant, her could even just maybe put a letter. And he said, yes. Alright. I then phoned equity straight back got hold of the same very bullying, and she said both the letter, and I was going h e r d g are haven't got all day. And I said right har- he said, that's that's how that happened. And then I run I was on a chat show early morning breakfast chat show in England with Bob Geldof ex wife poli eight who had breakfast show imbed you've literally in bed with and there's a life own at section. Most of the people on coke at the time. It was the eighties when this is going on she phoned in and she said Hello. It's Richard grant's widow which had died six months ago, you cannot drop the by which time I stabbed. That was my professional name, a very long Nell is your scrape. So one thing I read though, was what was your birth name? My birth. Name is Richard ground S to Houston. So it's just a coincidence at that was the absolutely happened. It could've been D got it stopped me before and be I could be by this time. So where were you born and raised and what did your parents do for a living? I was born and raised in Boban swatted on which is now changes named s what teeny which is the smallest country in the southern hemisphere. It's wedge between Mozambique and South Africa in south east Africa as the population of women people. My father was the directive education when it was still under British protect rule..
"richard e" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"With my lovely perfume from Richard E grant called Jake, ductless. That's a great sale. Give me the best sales pitch. We read that you're so interested in sent obviously you are that you smell everything you encounter. Like, I don't understand. Why everybody doesn't who is your best smelling co-star? Well, I didn't want to offend anybody. Because everybody has their own distinct ones. But there are some that I never want to smell again on. I'm not gonna tell you who. Right. Ask you about about your new film, which is again, amazing can you ever forgive me? You play a real person who really lived and did some unpleasant things he was among other things a bit of a liar and cheat and the criminal and that did that appeal to you. And you got the part of your like, okay, that's going to be a challenge it did appeal to me because b you understand through the telling the story how he falls into his life of crime with lease rally. Separately the played by Melissa McCarthy. And I think that you You know, know, what? what you understand? Why people do what they do then compassion can flooded. And so you understand people, and you can feel sympathy for them, right? The relationship between your two characters extraordinarily central to the movie. And I always wonder if factors do this. Did you like spend time with Melissa McCarthy? Improvising pretending to be the people say if you get to know each other. It was just going the set, and you were you were friends or whatever on Friday in January a year ago, Manhattan for two hours, and we had lunch, and then we saw shooting on the Monday, and I knew within about full nanoseconds of meeting that we would probably be friends for life because of lightning in a bottle. So it was it was just luck as much as anything imagined. She smelled wonderful. She did. And she's having my triplets in August. Wonderful for both of you. Question before we get to the game. Let's assume that you win. But even if you don't get an Oscar nomination or hopefully master gives you more options in terms of what you want to do next. So you've been doing all kinds of roles and all kinds of different projects. Is there a dream thing? If somebody says, Richard E grant Oscar winner, what would you like to do next, and you would say I want to host you'll show, Dan. Peter. Well, Richard E grant it is a delight to talk to you. I think I've shown, but we have invited you here to play a game. We're calling Richard E grant meet you, listen, he's s Graham. Okay. You may not know we here in the US wants at president name, you listen S grant, you'll probably be the star of hip. Hop musical any day. Now, we're going to ask you three questions about our president grant answer correctly. You went up Ross one of my listeners, the voice of their choice on their voicemail Bill, Richard grant plank. Chris Billy Austin, Texas. All right here, we got grants original name at birth was Hiram Ulysses grant, but eventually dropped the Hiram why he disliked being made fun of for his initials hug. Be found out Hiram was the name of his father's favorite mule or see Hiram grant owed a lot of money to the local saloon. But nobody had ever heard of Ulysses grant, see, no, it was a he didn't like being called hug apparently elementary school nearly nineteenth century is just as vicious as it is today next one of these grants lesser known claims to fame as a US president is that he had what he had the first known pet fish in the White House named fishy s grant. According to a historian of hairstyles grant, had quote hairiest cabinet in presidential history. I've never I've never heard it described like that. The phrase that like Harry cabinet is a euphemism. Where you come from. He wrote to the song hail to the chief which originally titled hail to the me. I think it has to be the Harry cabin. That's right. Yes. Thank you. One thousand mustache is every man in grant's cabinet had either a beard and mustache or exceptional you're here. All right last question. It is as we all know, Ulysses grant, I rode to fame and national stature as a general in the civil war. But that fate for him with some it surprising..
"richard e" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Everybody say, hi, Richard. There you all. Oh, you learned American very good. So also saying usually ask actors what role their most recognized for usually I can guess and your case. I can't. So is there a role with male and either great cult movie, you did long time ago is it some more recent stuff Fulton into two distinct categories? It's either people old enough to seen with discount movie from nineteen ninety seven all it's at other. Great masterpiece. Spice spoil the movie they are. Like what like a quintessential, Richard? E grant part is like somebody says this is the perfect for Richard E grant because it's a because the person is usually on the edge of nervous breakdown. I would say that your characters all seem either happily or unhappily on the edge. I'm hinge. Yes. That's the word. I was looking. We also read enjoy smelling things do I make you you do. Yes. How do you go about making perfume? If you're an actor is this something you've studied? Well, sixty nine years old. I ever met Betsy clap with a double p I felt mad with us. She was false talking gum chewing. Stormy out, the French case with you know, that means use of the tone. The arrived here on these shorts. Good. I tried to I try to make perfect for her to go Dionne rose petals bolt up in civil to just tended to stink bombs finally forty years later, professionally made it as an adult, so it's li- marijuana and Mandarin signature notes. The original sense. You said marijuana. Yeah. So is this this perfume have a name is it like, you know, passion by Richard E grant what's it called? No, you fool, Jack, Jack, it's called jackets unisex comes in in a Union Jack bag inside the box, and you can buy online here and in in stores in New York and in LA. Wow, very useful. If somebody catches you and you been smoking weed all day, you can say, oh, no, you're catching.
"richard e" Discussed on FT Everything Else
"Welcome to everything else. FT's culture podcast. I'm chris. And I'm commissioning editor here on the arts desk in London. I'm out the food and every fortnight will be bringing into use undiscussed that tap into the cultural guys across the world to beat some of the brightest stars in this firmament and hopefully introduce you to one or two new names from across the globe. We'll be hearing from writers comedians actors artists chefs even cricketers as well as some of our own correspondents in London, New York and beyond coming up on today's episode, Richard E grant talks to our about acting the Scher's an L sex. You can meet people in new canot with the shaggy or they've not Shagged all they're looking for shag. I think that the profound effect almost everything about human being will be joined by F writer. Joe Allison to talk about Netflix. Global dominance. Is it a good thing for TV, and for culture as a whole in winter on about original content site, the second coming in the golden age and it side bollocks? So out here we are back in the studio new year new series save old studio. How are you? I'm very well spent January avoiding certain things like vegan eatery and dry January the two most miserable words in food and drink and instead I've been watching films starring Richard E grant for this has much nicer way to pass a miserable month. Indeed, it's been extremely joyful. My way of in the least joyful month has been to go on holiday some very why. I mean, you know, any month is a good option, but January particularly anyway, we're not here to talk about my holiday are. We are in fact here to talk about Richard E grant because he has a new film out can you ever? Forgive me co starring Melissa McCarthy, which we saw together. Indeed. And it's a great firm is the true story of the literary forger Lee Israel played by minister McCarthy. And Richard E plays her partner in crime and he's been nominated for best supporting actor at the skits. Loss time. I saw you. We were both presently pissed some horrible book Cardi marriage slowly, flooding back to me you friends with them Shuli. Yeah. Nomination to anymore. She died. She did maybe she didn't die. Maybe she just moved back to the suburbs was confused as to. That's right. She got married and had twins. That is you have died in deed. So as well as being in this Berlet new film, Richard E grant is someone who you've always wanted to meet. I think I want to know is why. I first encountered rich degrom in about nineteen ninety-five watching listen, I which subsequently as of cast a shadow over my life. It's the story of out of work actor set in nineteen sixty nine. Got some moves. It's the only solution for this intense cold. Somebody's got to be done. We don't one my base. I'm a trained actor Joe stellar state. Simple bomb us on before becoming the FTC food and drink editor listens might be surprised to know that I trained to become an actor that you mentioned on every episode surprise. Anyway, I'm doing my first time at drama school, a friend came up to me and said that he'd spent his whole university life trying to be with. No. And now it met me the real with. No, this was meant as a compliment. And I took it very much as a compliment. It's obviously not a compliment with is an angry alcoholic sexless failure. And yet, he's his charisma. His wit. He's a bravura is there's there's a defiance to him in the face of failure. And while he penniless nece that is heroic. I think deeply flattered at the time. Now, I think if anyone thinks with no. Seriously worrying, so what's what's Richard E grant being up t- since then with a I was his deputy. And it's been downhill ever since it hasn't it? Papp's as being downhill insofar as you can't go up hill. But he's been in everything from Gosford Park to spice world, he he's done other things as well. He's done crazy series of documentaries about hotels, where he go around the world jumping on the beds. And licking the plates of hotels spent last night watching a documentary that he narrates about wildebeest, and it's beautifully shot..
"richard e" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Because he's the only one who will put up with her uneven, then he has his limits. I think so the relationship is really it's really wonderful. Actually, it's kind of strangely heartwarming to see two quite awful people. Find something in each other that sort of is actually true. And and and none of goodness. The improv podcast. Awful people dumpster fires of human beings. And we found each other through this podcast. I'll we knew each other before that. But it was just like a passing kind of fragile. The office, you know, tolerating each other's presence sort of stuff sounds fantastic and four stars four stars. And for can you ever forgive me? And also out this week is the new phone from South Korean filmmaker. Lee Chang Dong it is called burning. It is a slow burning psychological thriller that are in freer absolutely loved he called it engrossing an unpredictable and a Brindley made one off he gave four stars. So four stars in for burning as well if you'd like to check that out this weekend because that will no it's not it. It's not it's not it because we have one more guest. I was gonna say let's say for this podcast will be one more guest, and it is a cracking. Guessed. It is an Oscar nominated guest a ruddy bloody legend, it is with no himself. It is Richard E grant who of course, you heard is fantastic. And can you ever forgive me? And do you think you might get the Oscar? I think I hope so I mean, Barbara Streisand is is pulling. No, she's pulling for him. Has clogged. If you saw on Twitter this week. He revealed a letter that he's under when he was fourteen and she replies this week. I mean, it's a little bit belated, but it was a door. Blending white. So I am I am firmly in the Richard E grunt for an Oscar camp on the bath as well. Why not anyway, we sent Nick Semyon alone to talk to him, and this was before the Barbra Streisand things that that doesn't come up. But otherwise, a really fun interview license store, do please. Enjoy we owe two lights to welcome gone back to the empire cost. How are you, sir? Thank you very much. Indeed, very good. Thank you. This has been a pretty good week for you relief life life, altering Lee different. What's usually we can January's like for me. So you posted a video earlier this week of of yourself outside the street you outside your old flat. Nothing in not he'll gain Blenheim crescent.
"richard e" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"But it's just reminded me. There was on the first day. We did. It was Richard E Graham, Michael Parkinson might dad before the show had said can I invite someone and I said to and he said, well, just can I am by someone. It depends on who it is who you thinking of inviting. I dunno one. Yeah. Available. But I like to know who you're bringing to the show, and I said you can bring anyone except on call surrender. All right. All right because I'm into always kind just gets involved. And also he has the largest turban in history. It was like the motherships and independence day. And he said, no, no snow so go onto the show. I welcome say Hello to the audience. I first thing I noticed road three. Mothership with unconcerned the run. Denise it dangling underneath his turban. And so it became a someone who's going to boil you buy just drifted back to this huge turban and afterwards, I was dreading him approaching. I the Richard E ground Michael Parkinson, it'd be sent to my dad's just keep him in the corner here. Let his. Glossop whatever, and I was talking to Michael Parkinson. And as I'm talking to him, I say shadow. He's face. Oh, no. Mr. Parkinson by told you. I think it works though. Because I mean, obviously lots races put together, but it's just like any family..
"richard e" Discussed on Double Toasted
"But this is really up there for me. I kinda know what you're talking about is that unnoticed things that I'm not able to quite put my finger on because I really liked this also now, I don't know if I put it as one of my best of the year, but it's certainly one of the best surprises 'cause we had two chances to see this. And we caught the second one. And even with the first one it played play. I think it was it was the same time against bohemian rhapsody time. We were like you want to be humane wraps see list of Carthy movie. And who knew this would be the the much better bio pair one that was much more honest and did what it was supposed to do. And and and yet coming out of it was like, I really liked that. I'm not in love with it. And I'm not sure if I could tell you. Why it's it's one of those where I really like all the all the parts of it and yet altogether. I was like that was really good. But I'm just not bowled over that said so much about it is good and Richard E grant, but I can't say enough about him. He he he came so close to steal this movie. And he pops in several times, and I wanted to see him even more. He also reminds me of a guy I work with. That because. But but definitely of the movies. You might go see this weekend. This is the highest recommendation to give it a low full price. All right. All right. Yeah. Definitely recommended recommended. I can't say that. I've regret any of my actions. In many ways has been the best time of my life.
"richard e" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"The. Today on happy. Second fused, Richard E grant garner. Some of the best reviews in his career for his role in can you ever forgive me? Hey, guys on Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy said confused as I said, we've got an awards worthy performance to celebrate. In today's episode of happy say confused with the wonderful sometime character actor sometime leading man all around delightful gentleman. Mr Richard e grant, Richard E grant is is such a charmer such an amazing body of work so thrilled that he came on the podcast as I mentioned, he is currently starring in the new film, can you ever forgive me, which is one of my favorites of the year. If you haven't heard about it. This is the latest film from director, Mario Heller that she is the filmmaker behind diarrhea teenage girl, which also garnered great reviews a few years back and this one stars Melissa McCarthy as a real person named. Israel who in the nineties in New York City was a writer of some repute who had to resort to forging literary letters from a great luminaries great writers of the past in order to make ends meet Richard E grant stars as one of her good friends. Also, kind of like a peripheral fringe kind of just getting by New Yorker that I certainly took to heart all these characters in this film. Definitely resonated with me as as a lifelong New Yorker as someone that appreciates all the unique characters and stories that come out of the city. This is a great a great film full of drama and comedy and well worth your time. And I hope I hope this one does get through and get into award season. I could see Melissa and Richard getting some justifiable attention for this. So fingers crossed on that. That's the main event Richard gra-? Rant on the podcast this week other things to note. We are returning with a whole new batch of after hours episodes on.