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"richard lester" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Yeah. I, don't know I. It's funny folks at home. You will hear me on Friday on the we love movies feed on Patriot talk about how I was just. So excited to be watching Superman movie and how I was concerned that my you know mental and emotional desperation in quarantine as it's been was going to force me to just appreciate the. Fact that I was watching Superman movies and I was going to be you know his thinking like Oh maybe I'd be lighter on these things. We'll don't worry that didn't happen I immediately regretted having to turn this on. It's just such a misstep I mean especially coming from the the order in which I watched the rivers movies by the way is one, three, two, four. I watched three and it was like Kinda late and I like you know turned it off on Hbo Max and right there next to it was like a cool. If you like this, Andrew you might also like Superman too and I was like you know what? Hbo Max I think I need a little bit of a pallet cleanser and I was like let's just put on I'm going to. Use It as I'm getting tired. It's Kinda Lehto probably pass out to I watched the whole fucking thing. Stayed up to one thirty in the morning watching Superman too because I was just. So put off by this movie it doesn't work I do agree with Chris if you haven't checked it out yet. It is a seeing is believing the junkyard fight is fucking hilarious and like as much as it's a disservice to the character re still playing Superman is nice to see. So there's a little bit of that going on and fucking Brad the town drunk and Smallville is one of the funnier things about the movie. That's the comedy that works Richard Lester. By the way, it's a blind guy falling in a hole So that's kind of where I'm at with that and that is We hate movies episode five, hundred part one, we will be back in just forty eight hours to have a conversation for you all over again about Superman for the quest for peace So we'll cut it off right here until Thursday I'm Andrew Stevens Sadek Eric Ceska Chris Gavin take it easy and we'll see you in a couple of days. That was a hit gum podcast..
"richard lester" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The president claims he said this I want nothing I want no good well what else lawyers have said they will not be present at today's hearing Chester County DA's office has filed additional charges in connection with the mariner east pipeline including bribery and related offenses against the security manager for the company building the pipeline years Kay what about you suburban bureau chief Jim Miller the charges are laid out on the twenty three page criminal complaint what Chester County DA Tom Hogan because the long and challenging investigation into what's described as a Byzantine process to hide payments involvement organs as bottom line a simple case a misuse of authority paid for by energy transfer it's related to previous charges against two Pennsylvania constables among the allegations in the complaint Frank wrecked Nagel the security manager for energy transfer partners the company behind the merits pipeline set up a scheme to hide payments of the company could have licensed armed uniformed Pennsylvania constables performance security the complaint says rectangle called that energy transfers unwritten policy they hate for the state constables to use their badges and offices to act as a private security army to intimidate the people along the pipeline also charge James Murphy and Richard Lester of security firm called raven nights and Nicholas McKinnon and Michael boffo with tiger swan Hogan says this is not the end of the investigation noting senses office opened at many other agencies have joined in at the suburban bureau Jim out working with apple users radio community in Mississippi is bringing Christmas cheer to a pesky problem neighbors in Macomb have protested a large bottle in their neighborhood by a decorating it with tinsel spray painted pine cones and would appear to be Holly berries if that doesn't get the city's attention residents plan to add lights and presents to embarrass the city into filling in that bottle the twenty by Mara and Burlington Bristol bridges have big delays because of construction we'll check that and the entire area in a few minutes it's ten fifty when winter weather hits you need to know is school open or closed depend on us at KYW newsradio dot com it ended with me apply teens in procedures can be thought.
"richard lester" Discussed on Movie Crush
"No I know so good yeah man what a great film beautiful work got anything else not really no. I mean I was GonNa talk a little more about you know some of the influences this is coming into this film. soderbergh wrote a very interesting book in the nineties called getting away with it which is sort of like a book length interview with another filmmaker Richard Lester who made a phone call Pachulia that was very very influential on on this film in terms of the fragmented fragmented nature of the cutting and so one the cinematographer on that film is Nicholas Roeg who of course went on to make sure don't look now and is also extremely associated with this kind of many of his films have this kind of jarring editing structure where time is broken up in happening parallel to itself and so on and there's also the film's of of Allen Rene French filmmaker soderbergh described this film as sort of get Carter as made by Alan Rene Yeah who may get Carter who made such films as you know last year Marian Bud Hiroshima more and then my favorite of his called mural the time of return where murals very interesting because when we were talking earlier about how this film is very simple in terms of the plot and that's why it's you know why it works because you have this simple backbone that you can deviate from wins the memories and so on Mireal is like a very complicated plot and it's it's more fragmented even than this film yeah and when you watch it it it almost their sequences that are cut so quickly with these flashes of images that it almost doesn't make sense yeah and it came out in nineteen sixty three and a lot of people felt like Rene who had made Marian Bod and Romano more before this they sort of felt like okay you you push it too far this time. This is too fragmented too just too abstract but I I think it's a really beautiful film you can you can get it now on like a criterion blu-ray and definitely if you're if you're interested in you know a film that that pushes to the absolute limit this idea of showing a character thinking examining examining this theme of memory and so on it's hard to hard to do better than that film so I would encourage anybody to to check that out and also in terms of the the kind of single minded protagonist that is just out for revenge. There's a John Boorman film point blank it also comes up quite a bit and when they talk about it and Lee Marvin Oh and this he has that same kind of single minded jer determined edness through that film that you know he's he's no nonsense. He's just there to enact his revenge and just it's kind of like you almost get the sense that he can just vanish into thin air. It's like this his whole reason for existences to enact revenge yeah. That's that's a good wreck yeah. I got one final thought because I forgot to mention something about Sarah flack editing these films her first film credit she was on sex excising videotape. Wow and then later went on to be his editor. Huckle was that that's really cool and that really speaks to SODERBERGH's you know to do that to promote someone up like that. Absolutely absolutely soderbergh has because he he as an editor himself because he had it's a lot of his own films yeah sure and I think he's kind of he's definitely taken up. You know what what's your afflicted in. This film has continued to kind of be a reference point. I think for him in how he cuts his own material now but soderbergh began a lot of his early jobs in Hollywood when he was just trying to kind of get a foothold out there were in taking these I think a lot of times there was like concert films first credit as director is this yes concert from one thousand nine hundred five eight zero yeah yeah yeah and but he I think he had a he had deal with. Maybe one of the the premium cable stations or forget who exactly but they would acquire the rights to these films these concert films from around the world that were maybe two and a half hours long and they would say we need you to make like an hour long version of this now and so he said from a very early point he was taking this raw material in rather than just like cutting scenes out or or trimming it down he was kind of reconsidering the whole thing exploiting it and then kind of putting bring it back together and that's something that has obviously served him very well as a filmmaker now it listens and even even on his his website he will put it up. These experimental re cuts of very well known films for instance. He has a record of two thousand one. Oh Wow I don't think you can get any more but you know it was it was there for a minute and it's like he yeah or he. He made a version of psycho for instance where he did a split screen between Hitchcock's version and the Gus Van Sant version version and sometimes just using one or the other to kind of create this like you know assembly like combination cut psycho so he's he's obviously somebody he was very very interested in the idea of tinkering with things yeah and of one of the greats just poking around and and you know forever experimenting so a love it so so cool all right dude we'll think offline about what we're gonNA do next yeah. I'm looking forward to whatever that is. We'll go with something. something really interests yeah to think about an awesome thanks man thank you.
"richard lester" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And I I I don't at all I know is it's great pizza it is really good our best in New York but it's a very very good eight that's true I I would be by the way but Mona gardens also in Brooklyn really good the silly and very good but again not the best pizza it was twenty five years ago but there's so much better stuff now but very good you're absolutely right let's go to Paul in the Bronx say Paul hi mark and the team here are some other great books like the genie machine by Richard quest for that's Dior Dooney machine by Richard Lester which exposes twisted justice this scene and that was Richard blackbird Richard Boris Bergesen attorney journalist I ordered the book thanks everybody says it's the worst book in the world now it's a wonderful book see a friend the years you're trying to promote the book it is the machine by Richard blast rejected a you know it's one of those books by a guy nobody ever heard over cares about you could say that name a thousand times put up thirty billboards and you still I got a phone call any machine by rich people at work this Richard blast birds got to be the most pathetic guy in the world this is the marketing ball scheme they've come a little my check out some guy from the Bronx called for if you're showing yell the name a hundred times yeah we're all good I I I I I I have a feeling Google be blown out in about five minutes from everybody ones googling Richard sleaze burger whatever the hell is name was we're out of time a action taken off tomorrow is Friday so I'll be back on Monday I'll see you then ten to noon rushes next right here on seven ten W..
"richard lester" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From the Beatles help soundtrack, which turned into one of the great movie music moments for its simplicity rather than trying to stage a little play to the song. Richard Lester decided, just photographed the boys in their native habitat of the studio, but it's the way he let them and photograph them. And the way they responded to that, and we're comfortable in that environment that made it a memorable clip that, and also those noiman microphones it isn't lost on the German, microphone manufacturers, probably the best advertisement ever for their device, that also served NAT king Cole, Ella, Fitzgerald, and Frank, Sinatra so well, specifically model you forty-seven the nineteen fifties microphone that had a special kind of tube. Couldn't be replicated and so they don't make them anymore. They're worth tens of thousands of dollars on the collectors market. And here they are why the Abbey Road studio was just lousy with those microphones. I can imagine many nervous, disposition engineers or collectors biting, their nails watching the film clip with all that swirling cigarette smoke around those microphones. How could they allow that? Well, that was nineteen sixty five and there were cigarettes knowing than microphones to spare the songbook book on WNYC Paul Cavalcanti with you from the help record the English version. Anyway, another tune, that's catchy, but has a Saturday deeper feel when Kenny Rankin slows down..
"richard lester" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"So my favorite scenes, the juuling scenes, the ones always stand out to me. And yeah, I always going. Remember phone labor? Here is is all about that formality just the strange rituals and practices and a lot of which you know, you can kind of relate to certain aspects of in and you can kind of see a lot of contemporary British civility in this foam. Even if it was necessarily made for a modern audience or to be viewed by. Yeah. Yeah. Is quite kind of indulgent in that way. But yeah, it's it's a very singular vision. I think Kubat really understands the makeup of the British our stock Crecy, and and just Brayshaw life. It's a film that at the time it was nominated for few Oscars. I love playing this game. So it was no native best picture in nineteen seventy five up against a really good year was no money to best picture. Nine seventy five. I can give you a director's name Cohen Spielberg. I'm not going to get I'm ISA with say that. Seventy five I wanna say the conversation was this post. So this is the Copley years. So let me just pull you out your misery nominees dot afternoon. Previous club film. Jaws Spielberg Nashville rubber Holman, and then the winner for best picture that year was one flew over the cuckoo's. No, okay. Year banner year that was and for best director Fergie week. Oh Fellini was nominated for. I'm back in the days where you could get a foreign language Oscar nomination, but he didn't win anything in pulling kale called a coffee table film. And it just half that aspect. It's beautiful film, these massive wide compositions these slow zooms out of Tableau. The you've mentioned scenes by candlelight earlier he was working with these new lenses that Nassar pioneered. So he could shoot these scenes hundreds of candles to be painstakingly licks, every take I'm sure so there is an experimental aspect there here on famous cannot on the production designer at a nervous breakdown on this film because of of Kubrick's just attention to detail. And I mean, I imagine it was not easy to say. Like some of these scenes, I think there is some official light used in the film. Ever ever miss November is a completely natural. But all the candlelit stuff is is of cases too strange orange, Hugh or soft-focus do that. Now doesn't agree Listrik or naturalistic at all it looks even more heightened then probably the costume dramas of the day. There's another interesting aspect only came to pass last year. So you have the young Lord Bullingdon who is the the antagonist towards Barry Lyndon, second half of the film, both the young and older actors played that role had films out last year. So leeann Vitale you played the older Bullingdon had a film about him called film worker. He became stunning Kubrick's personal system for many years, and is now almost the guardian of cubits legacy. But then the young then is Dominic savage directed the escape, whichever. It's going into career in TV in film, directing the legacy goes on. VC talk about Kubrick's legacy, and you can see straight away. How someone Lanta moss has been influenced by this film and not just kind of narrative -ly? But yet, I'm formerly he's one of those directors who just his tendrils reach out very far. Exactly. It's the sign sound decade list of best films of all time with hundreds of voters. It's in the critics lessen the thing is sixty or something, but it's in the director's less much higher. And some of the directors who voted for it. So telling to see how wide its influences. But specifically what is inspiring them? Lenny abrahamson. The director ROY Anderson that draw Nordic filmmaker rich dialogue day Antonio Campos. Mightly Richard Lester, Andrew Dominik, fantastic mix people a theme Rachel Sangari as well. Is that taking this dryness of humor? This with Mike Lee is obviously taking the run time I period. period movies. But the something here when I've watched film now, maybe four or five times last few years, and I keep returning to it might in the long run become my favorite Kubrick film released. I've watched the most and it's because of every single one of these appointing characters every scene has astound out forms..
"richard lester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast overnight, it'll turn out cloudy with some flurries, there can't even be a heavier. Burst of snow in spots prior to daybreak at bay leave a fresh coating the low thirty one Friday, brisk and colder, but turning out sunny, the high near forty the window will make it feel like it's in the twenties. Most of the time clear, brisk and very cold Friday night lows in the teens Saturday sunny but cold high thirty Sunday, mostly sunny and chilly, high thirty seven in the winter storm in the eastern region late Sunday night and Monday looks like it will distribute all of its notorious south on AccuWeather meteorologist Carl babinski WBZ NewsRadio. Our top local story. Governor Charlie Baker is back at the state house. Having attended Wednesday's state funeral in Washington for former president, George H W Bush. I did come away with an appreciation for the fact that all of those folks who were part of that World War Two in Korea. Generation are are up in their eighties and nineties and beyond and and they lived in a very different world than a very different time than those of us who came after them. And I think that's actually a really big deal. Baker recalled a meeting he had with Bush during the nineteen eighty presidential campaign saying he could not have been nicer and more gracious MIT should not cut ties with Saudi Arabia, despite the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi, that's the recommendation of associate provost, Richard Lester who just completed a review of the schools relationship with the Saudis despite the actions that I think so many people around the world with revulsion. We don't think this is the right time to walk away from our partnerships and collaborations we don't want to punish these folks. For the actions of the leaders MIT President Rafael rifle make the final decision. Turns out casino gambling in the state. Has not led to an increase in gambling addiction or related problems. That's the finding of a state commission study in sports. The Celtics beat the Knicks one twenty eight to one hundred the lightning edge the Bruins three to to the Red Sox and right handed pitcher Nathan of all agreeing to a four year contract through the twenty twenty two season. Don, huff WBZ.
"richard lester" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Unlike Joe Dante I did not have a theater in my neighborhood that played like tarantula and a lot of those movies, the fort the lethal was straighter. It's if you wanted to see old yeller you would go to the Lynwood theatre too, didn't you? Yes, yes. And the leaf eater, I think it was July sixth nineteen sixty four change my life. Now Charon Sheila which was, you know rip off of them and them small respected. And yet I think tarantulas a much more fun movie than it is more fun. It's the less believable than. And again, how often do you get tarantulas attacked by planes and and there's a line tarantula with a jingle, says how we're going to kill him. And he says napalm. And one of the pilots in the plane that kills the tarantula is Clinton Eastwood while about this got a mask over his face, you could just see his eyes. I love the way Joe sends up that stuff in the matinee. Oh, yeah, so wonderful. So spun told me that tarantula was the first movie that absolutely freaked him out and he had to run out of the theater and little Joe Dante pacing the lobby, can't decide whether should go back in and see what happens or he felt that the tarantula was too scary. It went back and remember the special effects like the church ranch Tillis feet never actually touches the car. Exactly. But but sixty four in the leaf theater that was that was a turning point. That was a turning point. I was the first night of a hard day's night, and I was a big music fan of Beatles fan. And you know, I think before that when I went to see movies, I saw movies that were exotic in the sense of like a love, Lawrence of Arabia in west side story, they're all movies, but they were not my life. They were something you went to see that was spectacle or real Bravo, or Shane, or any of those and even movies. My parents took me to, but I went to that movie thinking, I knew something about the Beatles beforehand, which was a rarity in, oh, and knowing the subject matter and Richard Lester transformed it and and and did a visual quivalent of what I was feeling inside when I heard the Beatles and there's the, yeah. No, this is seen in the train car where they're where they sing. I should've known real like him at about the three quarter point after Qatar, solo, everyone's bouncing around into train the cameras outside the cage that they're in. And all of a sudden the cameras starts dancing with them and it's like the cameraman can't resist the Beatles and I was thrown back in my seat. I couldn't believe it. It was like beetles had reached out and I realized that someone was actually making this movie. You know that someone had said, okay, now bounce in that it was directed. And that was the first movie that I really started thinking about directing that early when when appeals were in the on TV, everybody wanted to form a band when I saw hard day's not. I said, I make a movie. So you've been seeing films like King Kong and Rio Bravo and all of these things, but the and and just enjoying them as Phil. Our, but this we asset. And what? How old are you at this point? Sixteen sixteen? So that's pretty young. What you wanna do finally about hard days nineties. I, it seems like the intention was probably just like with the Elvis movies like make something quick and turn into quick book Walla tot. Absolutely. Yeah. And and it was transformed into something totally different. David picker who produced it and who I worked with on the temptations told me all the inside stuff and that when a higher Richard Lester David picker started seeing the dailies. He was very excited, but he couldn't get anyone back in you way to watch it back in Los Angeles. As a matter of fact, he came to LA to with the finished print of it and he couldn't get them to show it to look at it..
"richard lester" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Is their heritage water contamination acuity surround the military bases in Montgomery and bucks counties the focus of. An all day meeting tomorrow environmental protection agencies hosting the. Event Wednesday at hat borough Horsham high school the details of us Kim Glovas claimed it's holding. The meeting to develop a plan to manage PFA's chemicals used. In firefighting foam used extensively. At the basis the cosmos or video explains what. Standard is, being applied to drinking water Thousand sixteen EPA came out. With a health advisory standard. Of seventy parts per million however DuPont which created PF as new in nineteen Ninety-one that a higher standard of one part per trillion was more accurate survey. Would not address the discrepancy but David Andrews of the. Environmental working group would there was an association between testicular cancer kidney cancer with these contaminants. I ROY disease high cholesterol ulcer in pregnancy induced, hypertension Andrew says the EPA needs to create. A national drinking water standard survey DO. Dodge that question as well Kim Glovas KYW NewsRadio reports some people died in the arms of their, loved ones is, wildfires engulf their, cars and homes, in Greece more than. Sixty killed in coastal towns and resorts there survivors ran to escape Chris BBC correspondent Richard Lester any. People simply fled to the sea coast guard rescued almost, seven hundred from nearby beaches others were rescued from small boats off shore Thankfully the. See was that and we went to see because the flames were chasing us all the way to the water burns our banks and we jumped since the. Water residents taking stock today of all that they've lost..
"richard lester" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Yeah, that was that was a challenge and. After the movie came out French director, Joel Jack on no made a movie of clan of the cave bear, which was also about prehistoric man. You know, with Daryl Hannah playing the, yeah, yeah. And they made a big deal about having Anthony Burgess through the script. And you know he was an expert in linguistics and he could. They invented a language. So I, I went to see a screening of it and the director was there. The arc speaking. So I went up to Joan, Jack. And I said, you know, I had a similar problem that you have in, you know, because there was no language and we have to make a movie without language. So I had to invent a language also, and he just turned his back on me and walked away. He was a serious film. You're only a comedian only a comedian just doing funny film and yet. John Matuzek who's a a natural actor. He was a football player, great football pair, but he was also natural actor. He got it. He could do gibberish, you know, took a loon the Lana. He could do that stuff and make it sound like dialogue it was. He had he had that knack and and it's from that movie that Ringo married, Barbara Bach, I match maker, Carl, I've, I've been matchmaker onto movies on doctor. Detroit is where. Right. Down a Dixon l. for her good and I patted her part a little bit too. You'll give her more to do it with Dan. So I have that and then ring and Barbara, both started caveman with a different pair of partners. Ringo was going with a wonderful photographer name, Nancy Andrews and Barbara was Dedi some Italian industrialist because that's what bond girls did. If you a bond girl, I married right industrialists she was of, I can name till Jewish bond girls. She's one of them well, for a Bach and Jane Seymour. Very good. He could also into Jewish bond villains, Carl. Ooh. Ooh. Well, I. No. Joseph, Weisman, notorious Jew right. Aren't they all. And also a trick. One yet fit Koto. I did. I did do that. We found out he was Jewish. We assumed he converted like Sammy, but no Jewish from childhood. Wow. Isn't that strange? Go figure. I want my auto pay. I repeat gold Jewish from childhood. Who Wasn't. There is by biography. I think it's a very serious autobiography born this way. Watching caveman yesterday and it's it. It almost plays like a silent film because because it because all the get, it's a lot of visual gags. Yep, almost like heathens. Three ages. Yeah. In which I watched very carefully. I'm sure I remember this a gig and caveman where the words come on the screen one million PC and then it says, twelve thirty PM what's. It turns out that I didn't know that, but I think that's Lennon's John Lennon's birthday. It is. I thought that was an intentional much. No, no, that was just. It was the joke to say, you know, a million years ago, Tuesday, October, thirtieth or whatever the date was. What was Ringo like to work with Richard Lester for advice before your? Yeah. Yeah. I I had been in the movie call Petrolia which shot in San Francisco with joy, great movie and all the committee, everybody in San Francisco for movie. Trivia music buffs as the only movie in which Jefferson airplane and the Grateful Dead appear and play. I love that picture. So I love, you know, I I had a scene with George C, Scott, and I was directed by Richard Lester and he was a great guy. He hung around the committee, appreciate it. What we did, the cast a lot of committee people in the movie. So when I when I knew I was going to be working with Ringo, I called Richard Lester in London. I said, what can you tell me about working with ring? And he said, well, he said he's not a trained actor. I get that. He said what I did, and I suggest you do it is used to Cabras when you're when you're shooting Ringo it's gonna be very hard to get him to match because he you'll note though to take so the same. And if you want to use him, if you wanna match in editing best to have him on isolated camera on his close ups. So you've got something that you know that that will be synchronous that you can work with..
"richard lester" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Um i don't know why i never 'cause i am a beatles fanatic i would even say but i never really thought about seeing the movies for some reason until now i think there is some assumption on people by people who unseen than that they're just cash in schlock the i should have been like elvis movies you know like he this doesn't have to be good this as elvis let's just make some cheap piece of crap right and everybody will go see it and the beatles movies could have been like that and they're all pretty good and i think hard day's night is is greats like it has so many things about that i loved that even if the beatles weren't in a even if the biggest band in the world weren't in at it would still be like this is a classic in march brothers he comedy you yeah i mean the first thing that struck me uh was first of all just how beautiful that that black and white looks m and sixty four were they filming in colder than if there would have been color movies but um yeah that kind of cinema verite from uh from an englishlanguage movie i don't think you somma jia in a you got french directors doing that staff riot the idea that some massive box office thing you know imagine if like spice world or you know whatever son justin bieber movie comes out and it's such shot like at a european artfilled yeah like what the hell yeah and thatthat's very much would have felt like him it felt like a breathless or something exactly the way it was shot and um who was it richard lester yeah i think he's a tv director the beatles light 'cause he worked with some comedians they liked and so uh i don't think the navy the guy had not even made a movie were not many at least well it was it was the height of beatle mania um it's shocking too especially as i middle dudes now to realize that these guys were like twenty two twenty three years old like half rag had i mean they were just kids in what's funny to remember now i mean you have to remember that in you know we live in a world where the beatles ron statues and stamps and they're like the faces of the 20th century yeah they're like now rush more with einstein and.
"richard lester" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"The united nations says this to be a high level visit of under secretary general jeffrey feldman to me i'ma after repeated calls for an end the violence in wreck hind state hundreds of thousands of wisdom hinges have fled myanmar he has emission folks the un announcement does not make clear whether jeffrey feldman will go to recommend to see the situation for himself men mars government would have to give him permission to do that un human rights investigators who interviewed dozens of for hingis refugees who fled to bangladesh say they are testimony points to a systematic campaign of violence and destruction by myanmar's security forces designed to drive for hinge out and to ensure they can never return imaging folks in geneva sources in the united states say they believe a british woman known as a recruiter for the islamic state group has been killed in syria sources say they're confident that san and jones died in an unmanned drone strike back in june i spoke to our correspondent richard lester about what it emerged this is who will still slightly murky i mean these reports first appeared in a british newspaper today citing british government sources but neither the government here in the uk nor the united states have publicly formally confirm sallyanne janssen's death they say in these reports that says she was killed in a drone strike in june and british officials have pointedly not denied these reports which of course gives them some creed so the problem is getting confirmation of her death i mean clearly if she was killed in a drain strike it would have been in territory held by socalled islamic state and the body would have to be retrieved for formal identification to take place that clearly hasn't happened stands about science jones how important is she a washing.
"richard lester" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A hurricane making a beeline toward the gulf coast warnings are going up along the northern gulf coast from louisiana to the western end of the florida panhandle here comes hurricane nayef is expected to continue to strengthen as it makes its way north across the gulf of mexico toward an expected landfall late tonight or early sunday louisiana governor john bell edwards we expect that this will not be primarily a rain event it will be primarily a wind and storm surge yvette but those things calls an awful lot of problem natalie rowbottom is president of saint john parish louisiana we are still recovering from hurricane ici which this evening is continuing to be compared won't we understand that its anticipated to know a lot quicker and produce less rain new orleans mayor michelin under our greatest threat though from this particular storm because everyone is there for it is not necessarily rain but strong winds and storms search jim chenevey cbs news kyw news time 404 in london a busy street turns into a crime scene and police wondering just what kind of a crime there are actually dealing with a number of people are heard after a car heads pedestrians outside london's natural history museum the driver was handcuffed and a witness says he seemed very proud of themselves and was laughing the bbc's richard lester if confirmed that the number of people were injured they've concerned that a man was detained but not arrested and so they too ought hundred staffers exactly what happened here london police initially said it was not terror related but are now saying they're quote keeping an open mind matt a piper cbs news the healthiest city council passed bill that can help homeowners stay in their houses even if they haven't kept up with their real estate taxes the story from kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb nothing balls taxpayers more stay revenue officials then seeing people get away with not paying taxes so with the city changed its real estate tax system three years ago it also stepped up back tax collections and included a safety net for vulnerable homeowners plans called who pets with la monthly payment there's a group of people who are slipping through that fifty that monte wilson as an attorney for.
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"Of a news time one of three police unloaded are investigating a car crash this morning at a bustling such a popular with both wanderers and tourists a number of people are heard after a car heads pedestrians outside london's natural history museum the driver was handcuffed and a witness says he seemed very proud of themselves and was laughing the bbc's richard lester if confirmed that the number of people were injured is concerned that a man was detained but not arrested and save eight two hundred stabber she's got what adam here london police initially said it was not terror related but are now saying they're quote keeping an open mind that pipe or cbs news news time 1213 here we go again this time it's hurricane neyts that's barreling its way up the gulf of mexico due to hit landfall tonight for the warnings are going up along the northern gulf coast from louisiana to the western end of the florida panhandle here comes hurricane made now with eighty mph winds is expected to continue to strengthen as it makes its wade north across the gulf of mexico toward an expected landfall late tonight or early sunday louisiana governor john bell edwards we expect that this will not be primarily a rain event it will be primarily a wind and storm surge yvette but those things calls an awful lot of problem natalie robot of news president of saint john perished louisiana we are still recovering from hurricane eyes which this evening is continuing to be compared won't we understand that its anticipated to move a lot quicker and produce less rain new orleans mayor mich landrieu our greatest threats though from this particular storm because everyone is different is not necessarily rain but strong winds and storms surge jim chenevey cbs.
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"World at noon nyamata here take care of chelsea next saturday nine fifty wjr detroit cbs news on that piper hurricane nate is expected to hit as a category two when it makes landfall along the us gulf coast later today and now major shipping ports of closed in alabama louisiana and florida captain paul did mid with the us coast guard as of eight o'clock this morning in all up the ports from pensacola florida west into war orleans are close to maritime traffic until the hurricane passes correspondent michelle miller is in new orleans where a curfew begins at seven o'clock local time tonight her folks it's always something to worry about here because they are vulnerable it is this city that is as thick fences to of let below sea level it is a city that has has relied upon pumping stations to keep it dry even when it rains in this towns i wear hurricane is a natural threat a number of people are hurt after a car heads pedestrians outside london's natural history museum the driver was handcuffed at a witness says he seemed very proud of themselves and was laughing the bbc's richard lester they've confirmed that the number of people were injured they've confirmed that a man was detained but not arrested uh and so they two hundred savage you've got me what happened here london police initially said it was not terror related but are now saying they're quote keeping an open mind in las vegas every day that goes by we realise just how much more of our friends and family have been impacted that woman and many others have already visited a healing guarded which just went out where fifty eight trees were planted along with a remembrance wall correspondent steve futterman says there are still no motive as to why steven paddock did it the undersheriff kevin mcveigh hill said investigators have followed up on more than a thousand leads he said we have looked at everything literally he said that includes the suspects personal life any political affiliation his social behave viewers his economic situation even any potential whether causation but he said we still do not have a clear motive or reason why as the vice president visits there later today president trump with this during his weekly address we can never fill the void of those who perished but we pledged to honor them by living as they would have i.
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"That has to be eradicated will that much more coming up on the outselling hello i'm fewer mcdonald with the bbc news united states says it's ready to use its nuclear capabilities to defend itself and its allies against threat from north korea the white house issued the statement following a phone call between president trump and the japanese prime minister shinzo abby it was muted response two north korea six nuclear test the un security council will hold an emergency meeting later on monday from washington here's richard lester the united nations security council unanimously approved a seventh round of sanctions against north korea just last month aimed at blocking its sales of coal and iron but in the wake of pyongyang's latest nuclear test washington is now talking about tightening sanctions still further president trump says he's considering punitive measures against any country which does business with north korea that's unlikely to win the support of russia or china which has pyongyang's main trading partner south korea and japan have agreed to push for more powerful united nations sanctions against north korea a south korean spokesman park yoon said the aim of the sanctions who to draw north korea into dialogue young tom zone hanyoung hun me both heads of state agreed to cooperate close we were the charter and the united states and shared the understanding that the toughest sanctions and pressure have to be applied on north korea and this part of that they agreed to push for harsher un sanctions correspondent say that a warning from president trump that the us me stop treating with any country that does business with north south korea is unlikely to get support from china and russia earlier south korea said its forces had carried out alive fire ballistic missile exercise in response to north korea's nuclear test colombian politicians of urged the government to take a tougher stance in peace negotiations with eln rebels who denounced on saturday the lead killed hostage they said arson vosskan jahn was shot dead as he tried to escape more from leonardo russia the announcement of miss of oskanian steph couldn't come at a worse time the third round of peace negotiations is due to end later on monday delegates from both sides were hoping to be able to announce a ceasefire ahead of.
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"In their homes in may and law we have nothing left our houses have all been burned down people are just being cut to pieces a neighbor was be on your london burnt alive father thousands of still crossing the border into bangladesh after more than a week of violence and hemingway machiavelli and more the literary list that's now requ reading in azerbaijan all that after the latest world news hello this is fiona macdonald with bbc news the united states says it's ready to use its nuclear capabilities to defend itself and its allies against threats from north korea the white house issued the statement following a phone conversation between president trump and the japanese prime minister sheikh nso abby it was made in response to north korea's sixth nuclear test the un security council will hold an emergency meeting on monday from washington here's richard lester the united nations security council unanimously approved a seventh round of sanctions against north korea just last month aimed at blocking its sales of coal and i am but in the wake of pyongyang's latest nuclear test washington is now talking about tightening sanctions still further president trump says he's considering punitive measures against any country which does business with north korea that's unlikely to win the support of russia or china which is pyongyang's main trading partner but the trump administration is making clear that the failure to rein in north korea's nuclear program would make american military action more likely south korea has carried out a missile exercise in response to north korea's nuclear test in china president xi jinping and his russian counterpart vladimir putin emphasize the importance of avoiding chaos on the korean peninsula colombian politicians have urged the government to take a tougher stance in peace negotiations with eln rebels who on saturday announced they had killed hostage they said arson vosskan yang was shot dead as he tried to escape more from leonardo rocha the announcement of missiles canyons death couldn't come at the worst time the third round of peace negociations is due to end later on monday delegates from both sides were hoping to be able to announce a ceasefire ahead of the arrival in colombia of pope francis on wednesday they're still a possibility but many in colombia belief the government is being too lenient they say talks should only proceed if the rebels read now.