17 Burst results for "Robert Carlyle"

"robert carlyle" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on The Watch

"Mean like. There's no there's there's a certain almost like Not fakeness but like like old fashioned sense to the show that i kind of enjoy. You know like i kind of do like it's like. Oh yeah you guys shot this At silver copper at at sunset. Gower wherever you shot this. And that has more of like i think an impact on me than whether or not someone cursing on that set because as we've seen with a we haven't gotten let's talk about this but kevin fuck himself in a bunch of shows that have sort of subverted quote unquote. The it's live. It's in front of a live studio audience on a say we're doing weird stuff you know and i think some of those shows are more successful than others. I think great to talk about. Kevin could fuck himself at some point. But it's it's it's wild to watch those shows and get that little bit of a jolt of like. Oh yeah this isn't this is not on and it's not just because of the commercials. No i think you're right. It's not just the language it is. It is a rhythm to in just a vibe and one of the things that that tv traders can work with or that. They can find working against them. Is the expectation game. This is being presented to me in this format. That i'm familiar with her with these stars that i'm used to or on this network where i get my other helpings of x. And then it doesn't feel like that. And i wonder if that contributed a little bit to my like at like we're saying i love fain carla shows and i loved watching many episodes of unbreakable kimmy schmidt but i also didn't give it my same level the same level of as i did thirty rock and partly for me that was because the episodes you know they could put all the jokes they wanted and more jokes is great but when it tina fey and robert carlyle comedy is twenty six minutes twenty nine minutes thirty two minutes. It's a very different experience. Went into this. Like almost impossibly dangerously tight twenty one minutes and i had a similar reaction to a series that we won't comment on. Finish it yet but like mike. Rutherford falls also kind of fell into that zone. Where maybe it's on me as much as it is on them. Where i was like i am ready. Bring me the next parks and recreation type of energy. I understand how it's going to be delivered to me but it was. It was doing something more interesting than not necessarily more interesting doing something different than that was doing. Its own thing and exploring. Its own path in the type of story at wanted to tell in the ten episodes that it had because it was made for a streamer and so at. What point does my expectation trip me up versus the execution and i knew we had a couple more things to get to but that is that's an interesting. Let's put a pin in that for when we talk about the apple tv plus show physical which we're going to do momentarily. Let's take a quick break. We can do that next. This.

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

05:56 min | 6 months ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"Back. Yes it's it's so okay. Girls find that. Bud it's on the peak on the peacock in. It's a tina fey shell. Tina fey executive produced it busy phillips in sarah beret alice's in it which is fantastic. Be good because not only can they seen but it's so stupid it's a play. They play a girl group from the like the late nineties. The late ninety s. I want to say it's during the boy band era. Yeah andrew reynolds zenit. I'm trying to let me yes. Renee elise goldsberry. She played they all each have their own little characters of like you know i was the diva and i was a lesbian. There is the there is a busy busy phillips. Plays like the pretty wind. But she's like just such a debts she's she's married to andrew reynolds her and he used to be in a boy band and yeah he we all think that he's gay but it's just so funny and their songs are just so stupid but they play them like they're real songs. I'll love so good. And they actually have a playlist on spotify like music from the show on spotify. And it's just so ridiculous. Busy phillips is so funny. Sarah reality is so funny in the writing is just so quick and sharp in stahl gic like it's just. That's that tina fey robert carlyle style. Oh it's a joke joke. Joke joke chen. The references are just like they do in nine eleven reference uh-huh and they were like yeah. We shouldn't release that song on nine eleven and and just cuts to like the video that they did in their dress up like stewardesses and reiko now my heart and your own narrow i gotta watch his show zones insane but i love the sillier the thing the better from can i just say there is a there is a lesbian episode Lesbian episode. where. I think it is the funniest thing where the girl who plays the lead paula. Pell ha paula. Pell she has this number. That is just absurd. I cannot wait for you to watch it and then hit me up immediately. Because i know you're gonna cry laughing because it's like it wasn't her it would have been you easily. Oh my gosh. While i'm gonna check it out so there's some good suggestions for us right there. I mean we're really. We're really bringing people the goods this episode justice. Yeah i mean that's what we gotta do. What else is out there. That's new we'll movies you can see in the heights crew. Lx birla. i heard it was really good in. I'm in the middle of in the heights. It's really good. But i haven't watched it yet. I have to watch that too..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Just like around right right. Well all right so again to keep the chronology in order. It's a two thousand two thousand four when jimmy fallon leaves. It's the two of you guys than and by the way the first female co-anchor right aside from jane curtain up to that point was it also in the doing of weekend update. The un robert carlyle again was a successful staff writer on the show for a while at that time. And then when jimmy. And i were assigned to host begin. Update robert got assigned to run weekend. Update which meant he sort of barely got to write sketches anymore but he was in charge of of that segment which is a lot of work. Can you know robert was very good at it. And were well suited for it because he was smart and understood the news as well as had a lot of integrity about joke structure and quality of as you guys just on a personal level just like hit it off and i mean the fact. I just think people don't know yet. This is the person who you've worked with so closely on. All the more reason shows. I guess it started with that bond there. We can update yes. Robert left at some point. He left to Go work friends. And and we're less couple of seasons of friends and then went on to work at joey which i think it's fair to say was heroin compared to friends like i mean there was no there was no better job. Tv than friends. It's like the of and then and so about a year. Into joey only was i called him and said i'm writing this pilot. And i called. Robert mccall make sure and i was like would you guys be willing to come back for the week we shoot the pilot and just kind of helped me do punch up and and be around on set for things like when they sure knew robert i think his son james was a baby I don't think sure wasn't married yet. And they came up for a week and then And helped and then. Robert has been here since i think mike was maybe at the office already and so he has to go back but We'll see the was the beginning of thirty rock in two thousand six but before that even happens. Where are you like. Was it a particular personal ambition to also write a film script because it seems like during her off seasons with. Snl you would be. I don't know within your rights to take a break and yet it seems like that was not the. It's a question..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:55 min | 8 months ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"What twelve year. old me. Just wasn't that big of a fan. I can see that. I remember driving out the cop up. I wasn't driving. Obviously but i just just feeling confused bio it's weird beast for sure and that. It definitely felt different than the boston's who came before. But i remember tracking the progress of the swan in sin escape magazine. Which was my go-to back. Then and there was so much talk from brosnan being like. I really want this to be character driven important to me. I wanna make my stamp on this character. And so i think when i did see the movie i was more looking for that If i had not gone into any of that sort of background. I think i would have been really a lot more thrown than i even was. Yeah it definitely is a funny beast coming off the last two films but speaking of camp. How did we get here well. The journey sorta began in nineteen ninety seven when barbara broccoli was on a flight shortly after the release of tomorrow never dies and she watched a special in the flight. Entertainment a nightline episode. That was talking about major oil companies. And how they're going after untapped reserves in the caspian sea post the followed the ussr and she kind of came up with that basic idea of like well. Whatever was causing issues and wanted to develop further so development exact. Simon matthew who works with the broccolis brought in neo per neal purvis and robert wade. Who we're going to talk about pretty much endlessly in any from from ninety nine onwards They had really only a couple credits. Let him habit which was a small crime film from nineteen ninety-one and plunkett and maclaine which co stars robert carlyle and it was set for release the same year as this movie ultimately was released. And so basically knowns but they were brought in and was their idea to make alexa villain they were really fascinated by bonds relationship with women and how they affected him. And i think the initial pitch i believe was bond thinks he's found his tracy but instead it's blow feld which is actually a really good hook. I gotta say on that level..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And now the game where we celebrate amazing careers by giving people of thrilling 10 minute conversation. Jane Krakowski has done almost everything you can do. As a performer. She's won a Tony Award on Broadway. She started three hit TV series. Allie McBeal, 30 Rock an unbreakable commitment. So what world is left for her to conquer on Lee to take on the most prestigious job in all of entertainment game show host. She is the host of the newly rebooted name that tune She joins us now. Jane Krakowski. Welcome to wait, Wait. Don't tell me Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to speak with you all today, So I know you really well from your character on 30 Rock. That's what I see when I look at you What I'm most of your fans know, you asked. I mean, I I feel like that was a show that I don't know what sort of like a little engine that could like initially, we really weren't supposed to be the show that made it on NBC about behind the scenes of a comedy show. Um then we somehow made it made it to a lot of seasons. But what recently interesting is because it's now on new streaming platforms. There's a whole new generation of younger people who are watching it for the first time. So there's a new A new sound fun for me to have a whole new younger generation learned about 30 rock and asked me if I was that lady, which is itself a kind of weird because that lady is terrible, which is an oddly I'm so proud of us. You should be. I was about to say it's New York. People try to be sophisticated, so I'm sure that they really do is they come up and you say Oh, I saw you in previews and nine just so you know. Well, that's literally what I was gonna ask about, because Hi, Jane. I'm gay and the first YouTube video That I watched in 2021. Was you singing call from the Vatican in nine. Iconic. I return to it often on guy just have to ask like when are you going back to Broadway? When Broadway eventually comes back? Right. Well, that's the biggest question is, when will Broadway come back? Um, I like obviously can't wait to come back to probably It's one of my my favorite loves and I sort of describe it. I love doing it so much because you get to do all the things at once. You and you can sing you dance. You have to do it all at one time, And I think it's one of the few platforms where you get that, and to be honest, one of the reasons I wanted to do name that tune was to perform again in front of a live audience and I've always loved sort of the roller coaster ride the discipline of the theater and all that it takes to be in front of a live audience and do a show from start to finish head to toe doing all things at once between eight and Approximately 10 45. Let's talk about name that tune. This is a TV show on old game show that sold that I remember watching it as a child on. Of course, if you don't know the ideas, contestants see how quickly they can name a tune. Did they did they come to you and say, weird? Redoing this? We want you to host it. Yeah, they did. And I thought I'd be super fun. It also came in a time where there was no life theater, right? Yes, There was no possibility of performing live and the only way we could film it in time. Through our corona covert ties was to go to Australia to film it. What am I gonna? Yes, I was not aware American Game show has just been filmed in Australia. So did you import every after everybody. You and you and your co host Who's the musician Randy Jackson. And did you did you have to bring like the American contestants as well? They did. All the contestants are American. Everybody quarantines, but I think it's hold Randy and I really bonded because I've never met the Randy Jackson before. Just a fan from TV and because we were taken on this very I mean, full on journey to go toe, always Australian taken on this anonymous plus by the government and then locked in a room where they don't give you a key, And I was like, Wait, don't go hotel room and they're like, Well, you can't leave, so there's no way you need to get back in. I was like I got it. Yeah, on that. You know, there's parts outside every single hotel room. And so we would sort of have phone calls every day. Just like science of life. Phone calls. What he ordering for dinner? Maybe. Wow. How long did you have to live like that before they released you to host your television show just 14 days. What's just 14 days. That's why the opening of the pilot episode is just 15 minutes of you kneeling and kissing the floor and weeping. Totally. It's really over excited. My God waken talk to it. And even that is me locked up for 14. Thank God 20 few minutes to win somebody and this like, what is it? I don't know. E So Jane. There's a tiny arc in 30 Rock where you play the meanest ever judge of a singing show. Great number. America's Kidz got singing. That's right. I'm actually glad Amy Amy brought that up because on that episode, you were as that character, terrible. And one of the things I love about 30 rock is how frankly awful and hilariously awful your character is. You're always being shallow, vain. Yes. What was that fun? Yes, when it's written by Tina Fey and Robert Carlyle, Yes. Um, I think they made sort of their own farcical land That was 30 Rock that lived in this world of NBC that Jenna and Tracy could get away with almost anything because they knew nothing..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What's just 14 days. That's why the opening of the pilot episode is just 15 minutes of you kneeling and kissing the floor and weeping. Totally. It's really over excited. Oh, my God. Waken talk to imagine me clock that for 14 Get 20 few minutes to win somebody and this like, what is it? I don't e. So Jane. There's a tiny arc in 30 Rock where you play the meanest ever judge of a singing show. Great member. America's Kidz got singing. That's right. I'm actually glad Amy Amy brought that up because on that episode, you were as that character, terrible. And one of the things I love about 30 rock is how frankly awful and hilariously awful your character is. You're always being shallow. Vain. Yes. What was that fun? Yes, when it's written by Tina Fey and Robert Carlyle, Yes. On D I think they made sort of their own farcical land That was 30 rock that lived in this world of NBC that Jenna and Tracy could get away with almost anything because they knew nothing. And so you almost. You almost forgave them. For their horrific nous because they were so ignorant. I hope yes, I forgive you. I forgive you. I mean, they they set her up so well like she tells you that when they're talking about high school U just like, well, I go to my reunion, but the boat I was educated, non set. Will that give you a lot of clues? What kind of be a dramatic trips She wanted to prove, who was the bloodiest graduated from weeks later. She showed them the show. I always understood that Liz Lemon, Tina Fey's character is based somewhat on her or how she sees herself. And Alec Baldwin's character of Jack Donaghy was based somewhat on him in real life. Did you ever worry that this was someone a reflection of you this part they were writing for you? There are some questions you never asked, because I work with her again. And I'm Kimmy Schmidt. There's another character who really was not fully functioning in the world, either. E I just don't She writes me these amazing Parker's and incredible comedy and some of the best minds of ever seeing gold. My career is so I love playing the parts she writes to me, but I'm not sure why she thinks I'm perfectly well, They don't want to go. I don't want it, Jake. A casket is a joy to talk to you. But we have in fact, invited you here to play a game that we're calling. Name that tuna. Oh, yet it I saw that coming? Yes, you guess actually pitched the show for discovery called Main that tune up? Yes, we're gonna ask you Three questions about tuna because you have the host, of course of name that tune Get two right. You'll.

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:32 min | 11 months ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And now the game where we celebrate amazing careers by giving people of thrilling 10 Minute conversation. Jane Quick House Key has done almost everything you can do as a performer. She's won a Tony Award on Broadway. She starting three hit TV series Allie McBeal, 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. So what world is left for her to conquer on Lee to take on the most prestigious job in all of entertainment game show host. She is the host of the newly rebooted name that tune She joins us now. Jane Krakowski. Welcome to wait, Wait. Don't tell me Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to speak with you all today, So I know you really well from your character on 30 Rock. That's what I see when I look at you What I'm most of your fans know, you asked. I mean, I I feel like that was a show that I don't know what sort of like a little engine that could like Initially, we really weren't supposed to be the show that made it on NBC about behind the scenes of a comedy show, Then we somehow made it made it to a lot of seasons. But what recently interesting is because it's now on new streaming platforms. There's a whole new generation of younger people who are watching it for the first time. So there's a new A new sound fun for me to have a whole new younger generation learned about 30 rock and asked me if I was that lady, which is itself a kind of weird because that lady is terrible, which is an oddly I'm so proud of us. You should be. I was about to say it's New York. People try to be sophisticated, so I'm sure that they really do is they come up and you say Oh, I saw you in previews and nine just so you know. Well, that's literally what I was gonna ask about, because Hi, Jane. I'm gay and the first YouTube video That I watched in 2021. Was you singing call from the Vatican in nine. Iconic. I returned to it often on guy just have to ask like when are you going back to Broadway? When Broadway eventually comes back? Right. Well, that's the biggest question is, when will Broadway come back? Um, I like obviously can't wait to come back to probably It's one of my my favorite loves and I sort of describe it. I love doing it so much because you get to do all the things that once You know you can sing you dance. You have to do it all at one time, And I think it's one of the few platforms where you get that, and to be honest, one of the reasons I wanted to do name that tune was to perform again in front of a live audience and I've always loved sort of the roller coaster ride the discipline of the theater and all that it takes to be in front of a live audience and do a show from start to finish head to toe doing all things at once between eight and Approximately 10 45. Let's talk about name that tune. This is a TV show on old game show that sold that I remember watching it is a child on. Of course, if you don't know the ideas, contestants see how quickly they can name a tune. Did they did they come to you and say, weird? Redoing this? We want you to host it. Yeah, they did. And I thought I'd be super fun. It also came to time where there was no life theater, right? Yes, There was no possibility of performing live and the only way we could film it in time. Through our corona covert ties was to go to Australia to film it. What? My God! Yes. I was not aware American game show has just been filmed in Australia. So did you import every after everybody. You and you and your co host Who's the musician Randy Jackson. And did you did you have to bring like the American contestants as well? They did. All the contestants are American. Everybody quarantines, but I think it's how Randy and I really bonded because I've never met the Randy Jackson before. Just a fan from TV and because we were taking on this very I mean, full on journey to go toe, always Australian taken on this anonymous plus by the government and then locked in a room where they don't give you a key, And I was like, Wait, don't go hotel room and they're like, Well, you can't leave, so there's no way you need to get back in. I was like I got it. Yeah, And you know there's parts outside every single hotel room. And so we would sort of have uncles every day. Just like science of life. Phone calls. What he ordering for dinner? Maybe. Wow. How long did you have to live like that before they released you to host your television show just 14 days. What's just 14 days. That's why the opening of the pilot episode is just 15 minutes of you kneeling and kissing the floor and weeping. Totally. It's really over excited. My God waken talk to it, and even that sissy clocked up for 14. Let God get 20 few minutes to win somebody and this like, what is it? I don't know. E So Jane. There's a tiny arc in 30 Rock where you play the meanest ever judge of a singing show. Great number. America's Kidz got singing. That's right. I'm actually glad Amy Amy brought that up because on that episode, you were as that character, terrible. And one of the things I love about 30 rock is how frankly awful and hilariously awful your character is. You're always being shallow, vain. Yes. What was that fun? Yes, when it's written by Tina Fey and Robert Carlyle, Yes. Um, I I think they made sort of their own farcical land That was 30 Rock that lived in this world of NBC that Jenna and Tracy could get away with almost anything because they knew nothing. And so you almost. You almost forgave them. For their horrific nous because they were so ignorant. I hope yes, I forgive you. I forgive you. Maybe they set her up so well like she tells you that when they're talking about high school U just like, well, I go to my reunion, but the boat I was educated nonsense That gives you a lot of clues have to be a dramatic tricks She wanted to prove, who was the bloodiest graduated weeks later. She showed them to show them all. I had always understood that Liz Lemon, Tina Fey's character is based somewhat on her or how she sees herself. And Alec Baldwin's character of Jack Donaghy was based somewhat on him in real life. Did you ever worry that this was someone a reflection of you this part they were writing for you? There are some questions you never asked, because I work with her again. And I'm Kimmy Schmidt was another character who really was not fully functioning in the world, either. No, I sort of. I just don't She writes me these amazing characters and incredible comedy and some of the best lines I've ever seen and mold. My career. And so I love playing the part. She writes to me, but I'm not sure why she thinks I'm perfect for you Will. They don't want to go. I don't want to know Jake. A casket is a joy to talk to you. But we have in fact, invited you here to play a game that we're calling. Named Vap Tuna. Oh, I get it. I saw that coming. Yes, you guess actually pitched the show for discovery called Name that tune up? Yes, we're gonna ask you Three questions about tuna because you have the host, of course of name that tune Get two right. You'll win.

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Of what he did to Emma? And he said to her you know this map will tell you who you are and he basically said. He thought he made you didn't, and I just called you on and by the way your parents are going to be orphans and we see that prince charming is dying so. She's pretty scary to me like he's already starting playing hardball, but we're only going to get meaner but I think we're gonNA see his relationship particularly with. Vast with rumble very soon, and so you know when we saw him at the end of season to rumble saying as the one guy you should fear I think we're going to start to get a real taste of and we're gonna out what would make him want to be young forever and not now is. Really interesting I mean I'm speaking of rumpus stills watching historian in the beginning and you know you're you're you're actually divorced yourself from the fact that he is rumpelstiltskin actually Asala dramatic story in his motivations who are you know you can sympathize? That was the goal which was to take i. mean you know Rumpelstiltskin as a character. You know we we that was the case of using characters a jumping off point to to kind of create this this new character in our show and you know Robert Carlyle Brennan first of all like so he takes it to a whole. `nother Lou wrote this for him. I mean we literally were fans of his wrote this for him and Scott with them and Glasgow that. Out You know and when you you know with an actor that caliber or the caliber, any of the actors that we've been able to get, you really forces you to try to dig deep and with Rumpelstiltskin, we really try to kind of create a a very Unless emotional but also like an epic, you know like mythological town but that's really grounded in some really relatable emotion. WE DON'T WANT VILLAINS TO BE EVIL FOR EVIL SAKE because it's just not interesting to write someone that's like I want power you want power because you want to prove something to someone you love someone you lost something not Tahseen. As we said in season one evil is not born it's made. The producers chat more about Peter Pan. What could possibly be in store for him to see? Why I think that what Peter Pan was trying to do with you know as he said, you know in the premier it's it's easier to get someone to hate something to believe in it, and that's what he was trying to mind our world in order to to achieve his goals which you very soon find out what those are. Yeah Grove tomorrow unfortunately we're fanatics that were recruited greg of course believes magic describe his father which to be honest to did and Peter Pan said was really you know it's the Difference between cynicism and believe it is so much easier to ten thousand people to go march about something they hate is so much easier to get on the Internet and talk about all the things you hate. Then actually say you know my wife does this and I'm hover for wave actually will be on the plane and if there is someone that did something really Nice, you'll write the airline CEO just want to let you know that this person did a great thing and so I I'm always inspired by her optimism. I also commend his wife or looking out when people do good in the world. We certainly need more of that. Special thanks to Disney and ABC, and look for once upon a time on. The along with once upon a time in wonderland as well. This is joanie tomato. Thanks so much for listening. Hey, this Erickson from the forty, four, hundred and eighty eight minutes and you're listening to sci-fi talk..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

10:10 min | 1 year ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Being able to respond to people when I can And telling them what I'm to sharing what this is like for me with them I wish I would have had dreams about running into actors from shows that I like so if I can do that. By interacting with them twitter or facebook fan page or even just talking to them at convention then. I feel like I'm giving back to people who helped me out you know who I would've loved to meet and when I was family. Oh okay to be continued. Thank you we have now. Tj played by Aleana Huffman boy. You've gone through this season so far as you be notionally a really difficult awesome. Yeah absolutely I was pregnant in real life. Some people don't know intact. I was and it's really funny though actually Lou was on the first handful of episodes and then he went off and did something else and he came back to the last half so I hadn't seen him and he didn't know I was really pregnant and he came rehearsing one of the scenes back and I had my you know valley and is a touch your nose like yeah and any only God. It's real he thought they just wrote it in and he found out I was pregnant. I'm very thankful for the way that they dealt with it. I think I think it was a really great story. Line to introduce. It's something that I know that. They wanted to explore at some point but not necessarily so early on not necessarily with my character. But I'm glad it worked out interesting last few episodes that we have seen in Oregon The last few of the season one given the finale yet of the beginning of season two yes season starts in October. And we've shot up until episode eleven. So we've got the Lucian Alliance now on the ship from from the end of season. One and they'll be bill they stick around We've got both good and bad characters from that. So that's Adds an interesting dynamic to to the already sort of divide between the civilians and the UH in the military teacher has really emotional first half of the second season but she still has her father to do and she's the only one who can do it on the ship so she's she's you know she's got to sort of get a hold of herself and And that's really interesting and fun to play as well suited for TJ. I really love the the stretch that she has. I love the fact that she plays a she. She is a very strong capable person and like everyone else is literally just throwing into the situation doesn't know what to do so she's She has her sort of former ability but then because because she is Ming. That's when you hear all day at work laughing on being lessee wrapped she's off lasting in someone anyways And then and then and then she's got a lot of emotions and because we're on the ship and we both we all have our job but we all have our personal life and I I think they do a really great job of sort of bringing them together and then and then defining them as well so that we can play all all all I like to. Yeah Yeah especially. Yeah especially with With Kiva Thought Kiva was a really cool character smiling ours. Yeah I smile. A lot is as soon as they call You guys running the panel. I guess a Rub Rub. I think introduced me and was like you're the most bubbly Smiley happy person I know. And and it's true and I I guess I guess yeah. Tj doesn't come across that way but no to smile and laugh. There was one moment in time where she's laughing and I didn't understand it. And I said to Robert Cooper. 'cause he wrote it and directed it and he's like. I just you know because he thinks of me is like this smiley laughing bubbly person. He wanted just as seen where I was laughing. So he wrote it in. That's the power I enjoyed when you when you all went to in Tj for a moment one to stay behind that was a very human reaction especially giving baby and having a place to raise her. Describe how that was for you to play. And how did you get one? Carl binder that episode and I I think he really touched on the very human aspect of it like you said and we all have it. I I love that Lieutenant. Scott sort of steps away from his. I will follow anything. Colonel Young says and really really wants to stay too because it is a very human emotion. It was very fun to play and I that was a really great episode. I think it was. It was bright and it was ready and it was they shot it with like a CPO or a tungsten film so it was just so different from the dark dreary stargate set you know and it was really nice to be that being said. I love shooting on a spaceship because we go home. At seven. O'clock on on Friday night was a good thing. Thank you so stay care. Talented actor who? I'm very glad is involved in a series Robert Carlyle Russia's what I find interesting. I don't consider necessarily a bad character. He just yeah he he just Louise Right on VK Russia's if not like magic thing is what he's all about what it episodes is coming up in fact this cold decorator of goods which is really what. Russia's it doesn't matter individuals sacrifice to head the mission or the greater good is dissatisfied. So I agree with you. Don't he's necessarily abide coty. I don't think he's necessarily divorce. Owners trouble million elite is mortally flexible. Yeah A- technically. The technical difficulties would be the technical stuff they husky see. You're talking about water holes in solar flares entitled to be. I don't know what I'm talking about. You don't have to really like Shakespeare so but but in terms of the the acting is very important to just walk a particular particularly rush. Because you just say that you don't want a completely. The audience is very very easy through with account it to lick rush. They think well. I don't like this guy. I don't like voice up tees zone up so we have good reasons for it. Does nothing nice to strengthen the county the Broadway of set in place is the yes. It's distasteful base rate so that that makes the sing is the relationship between him and young. It is really cheap. It's almost like an analogy or science versus the military. That's what's fascinating and actually that's something that young says all the time the greater good well. Interestingly in the episode the greater good young and rush end up allude on the neely ship disaster and we play an eleven page sing together quickly followed by any page enough so these to these seems to combat Dina half an actual and judy sequences does been. Rosh confess his more. He knows so far. So everything's can avoid table so he has so you get these oldest tales of typically rush fashion there by the end of it. He brings him on Saint. He says it's time you start looking. Bahagia state stop thinking about going home as a big windfall of. So we'll see hello nutcase. Piece LAS in You. GotTa what I something that was always going to be there. That was always going to be short. Some point I think it was important to do the bobbies very pleased and we can spoke robot Bron. It was good that it didn't come 'til episode thirteen fourteen. Stillwell shoe had been going on in the months before he he sold out and think he was that they held bike pulled out. Because I think it gave it his property and then it was a very interesting episode. Played us for sure difficult episode. Typically because he couldn't be abortion involved with us where it played all before this replay. So he couldn't do week the whole thing was he's no look at the whole set was he wasn't looking he's not talking he's doing if betty hop particularly for myself to be honest because. I'm all about that so he'd be a very difficult for Louise Little Ball to my wife look at it. That's the whole episode with her. You've had quite arrived with it so far all the different Rx. Yeah this show that he babies coming from so many wasn't necessarily always in the lace something that made that way. But you had quarter rod with it so far all the different. Yeah it just keeps going until you the next season it keeps going but I one the oil very special. Thank you to the sci-fi channel. Thanks so much for listening take care..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

"On audible starring. Michael Shane and also also one hundred ten minute. immersive experiences experienced that encompasses live acting via experiences in an atmosphere. I must note here that that this is run by a company in England and I'm formerly asking for them to bring it here to Australia. It's one thing to hear of the world's it's another thing to live it. The musical physical version is divided into two parts just like the book. The narrator is voiced by Richard Burton in the stage production. They even have a Hologram. mockup of Richard Burton like hop on the wall. It was really really awesome. I gotta say it and it was just. It was a lot of fun. The had a like full size Martian fighting machine. So that was great. Because it was like doc Liza gunning everyone This thirteen tracks in the musical. The eighth of the war hotel common in the heat ray the artilleryman and the fighting machine forever Autumn Thunder Child the Red Wade Pot one the spirit of the man spirit of man the redway pot to the artilleryman returns brave new world dead London and the epilogues through the musical. You experience the first person that can't of the journalist as he navigates this new world that the Martians carving out for them. This is very hard to describe. I love it so much but I feel as though ever on should listen at his inexperience and the closest adaptation to the book. We have to date some one of the things that changed. The journalist is prison time of the thunder child and not his brother. The curate's role is. Dan Played but his song is amazing. The sounds of the MARTIANS. Chilling to the burn. The weather read Wade is depicted through sand. makes it feel like the crawling growing advancing of the weight itself. Okay so just so. Everyone knows We are now now about to talk about. BBC's adaptation so anyone who does not wanNA listen to You may talk about the new British Broadcasting Company's HD war of the worlds miniseries place to enough now and it's been really nice listening and talking to this brings us to babies adaptation of the book which was recently released in certain countries that led to an obscure cure relationship. Joel produced by the BBC indirect by Craig via Ross who also directed the Earth Agatha Christie Three pod series and then there when Nunn which in itself was an amazing series had a powerful costs such as Eleanor Tomlinson from Paul Doc rice spell from Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom and Robert. Carlyle live from the full monty and Stargate universe. It's international distributor is. It Vase Judea global the series starts in the classic way which every interpretation begins with the seminal launch from the book also met with a reddish wasteland planet after which we made our protagonists amy and George as they omitting meeting with Ogilvy the astronomer his looking intently upon Mas and has saint some strange occurrences over the last few nights after leaving. Amy and George ride home. Georgia's a writer the newspaper and Amy's Ogilvy assistant the next day. George goes to work in London As there has been breaking news of British troll a sinking possibly due to the Russians. He gets tasked to meet with the Minister of war. The Minister of war secretary is his brother after all after a brief meeting with his brother. We find that Georgia's currently married and living in sin scene with amy something that is apparently looked down on in this society also. The newspapers refused to acknowledge Georgia's work for the very same reason at a press Georgian. Amy Go to bed that not what but before they do something collide with the earth just outside of town in the Commons in wholesale. We now met with sane of landscape that looks awfully like Mas and two hooded figures. Walking through the dust storm the next day. Ogilvy amy and George courtesy side of the Meteo to find it has not been buried very far and in fact a bowl encased with rock with faint sands coming from within over the next few days more people approached the common including ahead of science who is a lazy Oaf as they begin to unburied the device. It cracks open. George Amy Ogilvy are all separate as this happens. As a few men approached the pit it begins spinning and rising firing array of hate as people are turning into fire around George. Amy Ogilvie is no it be saying. We returned to the hooded figures. Walking along and alien landscape as the sun is setting red wade and shod covered the screen. George returns to the common where he meets the Tillerson. Who says it's just a forest fire while this is going on? Amy Goes to find Ogilvy. But only defined no-one Hermit the observatory. He has multiple pitches or the day showing eight different craft offs. Leaving Mas Jordan. Amy made up at home when working is attacked a building foles crushing them. Made George Secures himself a horse and begins to flee with amy only to realize the dog is left behind as George goes to the dog. A church full separating the two. Amy Has No choice but to ride as far as she can. And George needs to hide we. I see if fighting machine here it Beleza out a massive hale and it's animated amazingly it's but days we'd reverse nays like how birds walk so much props the Animation Department here we once again on the desolate Red Planet on it which is finally revealed to be Earth five years into the future. The MARTIANS had gone but earth is wasteland. Amy makes it to London to find Georgia's brother who is convinced vinced. Amy Left George but when amy reveals she was she's pregnant. He decided to help. The hooded figures are also revealed to be amy and Amy Son George Junior Sunia. We're returned to George Amiss. He's covered in dirt and he's not feeling very good because of the tackle mocking uh-huh as he returns to his past the artillery men from before funds. Him and George asks if I can stick together as they're walking through the ruins George. He is a baby's cry cry. He goes to help but fighting machine stops his efforts with flash of the heat. Ray The baby's cries cease BBC really Just doesn't give a fuck walk. They will do anything. I'm kind of much love for that reason. I mean I'm not saying I like I like the fact that the killing babies I'm just saying then holding back like you know how like animals and move. Israel is like hey you guys get to leave just because guests said who is. The Minister of of war doesn't believe anything is wrong as amy tries to convince them that more coming at this point the army dross George by force as they try to attack another machine. Shane by fleet. They crude weapons managed to destroy one of the capsules but as they go to fund parts of it a fighting machine tax killing all of them except George who flees. He's even though. Some of them are begging for their lives. Begging for George to get out of the water but Georgia's ditches him 'cause all I could think about survival and that's even what amy you said. Amy said I want you to stop the everyone else and stop being humane yourself. Good Gal I the minister of war is making a rousing speech and says nothing is wrong. There's nothing for us to be concerned about. And that exact point of fighting machine attack London letting off jets of black smoke that when inhaled caused death which is a nice little twist to it. Amy Georgia's brother and the minister of war-scape into a tunnel but the smoke had already killed the poll home minister in the future. The PAS and tells amy that a man from working on the registry of the living and will be at the desolate town within a day. The Pasta Passan also makes a point to say the only places the reds through Red Wade Stone crosses the hallowed church ground Georgia's on route to London but says the destruction going on there and convinced by an old lady they had to the coast. They both drink from communal trough of dark water. I got here. The water looks really disgusting. So I don't know George did Suli George Georgia's brother and amy making their way to the coast Here we shine. What looks like a reverse dunkirk? As all of London is China escape in lifeboats the biggest ships in the horizon to evacuate them to France. This is short. Lived as the walkers approach. Sorry the fighting machines ends approach. Smell the walking dead Jordan. Amy Finally Reunited and the ship's proof Paphos against the fighting machines. George his brother amy the old woman and a a little girl wake make it to a safe zone or a supposed safe zone in the future. A man approaches who is revealed to be Ogilvy Who survived because of his cowardice? He explains that even though the Martians have gone they they succeeded in their task and they may return. There is much debate. Eight of how. The MARTIANS died. George and the old woman begin to get seek to to the water they were drinking. A fighting machine crashed a fighting machine. Crashes the fighting machine crashes just next to the building and this is the first time we see the Martian a four legged creature that had the retractable spike on on the front which they use to drain the blood of humans over the next few days. The two MARTIANS APPEAR TO BE WACO and they formulate a plan to attack and escape unfortunately commotion was inside and Kills The little girl yet again. Baby say just doesn't give fuck it's like we're GONNA kill off his deadlight own then Georgia's brother in the old woman also killed in this same George Amy trapped him. What looks like a lot of days in should until Georgia's had enough and that makes with his mental breakdown laid him to decide decide to try and raise me the MARTIANS? Amy Explains to Ogilvie. That she escaped Georgia's Final Act of heroism or stupidity and also that at the Martians ate flesh gum. I must add at this time as well Georgia's killed by the Martian Giving amy enough time to run away or Google movie and Amy decided to experiment by using George Seek George Junius blood to save the deceased can kill off the red weed. It is successful but too much has dense from the community. Amy Tells George Junior about the world of before the Martians and then she goes outside to see a single sade growing a state of grain. So this was an amazing retelling of the story and it was the closest big budget series. We have had Judah the inconsistent release date and the way it was broadcast caused some issues as though officially it's a three pot mini series but it was also released as a two parter. So what I believe to be the end of pot to actually ending altogether the the first half of the series was well paced and it was placing all the pieces together the section. How the second half of felt a bit different and bit slower which is okay? Okay but inuit Georgia's death or did it. One of those moments. That felt was too much. I don't know why Georgia's death caught to me so much I think maybe it's because it's a big deviation from the book from the Star George was set up to be the narrator but it turned out that that was actually amy who was taken that Monica which had no issue with. I just wished George didn't have to die Okay so that's Happy Halloween ever on. This was just a really fast. Barna suggested tell everyone about war.

"robert carlyle" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on KGO 810

"By eighteen seventies. That correct professor. Before the compose the basically, the working class of Los Angeles in the eighteen fifties and sixties, but they were devastated by the smallpox, epidemics smallpox n de Vic than it was it was conveyed all over the country, and there were outbreaks of smallpox continually. Most people had contracted us. You know, a a case of smallpox as a trial all light case, many Anglos had immunities they might get sick. But they wouldn't die. Indians had no experience with smallpox had no immunity. So the mortality rates of Indian communities hit by smallpox goes highest ninety percent by the eighteen seventies. The Indians that remain in southern California have largely retreated to their home run Theresa's in the mountains or the desert the have been replaced as the laboring force. Of agriculture in the vineyards and in the small manufacturing sector by the immigrant. Chinese an interesting fact so yes during the. At one of the other things that that propels that change in the economy is this drought that takes place during the civil war years two or three years of incredible drought like the drought that is now affecting California. This drought killed the cattle grazing industry. There was no grass. Cattle died the planes were scattered with the bleached bones of hundreds of thousands of cattle. So the economy transitioned in the late eighteen sixties from a stock raising economy doing a Konami famously based on the production of citrus oranges for which the Chinese provided the majority of the labor, so we're going to in the sixties and seventies. Were we're going to a fundamental economic shift which also had a profound effect on the state because this economic change required. A lot of a lot of pop property changing hands a lot of civil suits the court system was overwhelmed. The state created a new district court for Los Angeles County by itself, and this is one of the factors which will improve the pursuit of Justice and. Begin to take us out of this of phase of cataclysmic vigil action. We're going to put all together the violence of Los Angeles with a family intrigue property wealth sons in laws men armed with buoy knives. And pistols, drinking LA Bella union. John tells the story brilliantly. It's the story of the Maria Mersad Williams and her sisters, Margarita, Chata, Ben Dina and Francesca Williams. They're all the daughters of a very successful, man. Don Hulian who dies at fifty seven and leaves not only his daughters, but also his illegitimate children, lots of land, lots of properties, very responsible and the daughters marry young, and they marry handsome and very captivating men who turned out to be rascals one is named Johnny rains and the other one is named Carlisle and John this story belongs in the twenty first century at the same time belongs in the nineteenth century. Yeah. It's about guys Robert Carlyle and John Raines who who married respectively Francis, got Williams and Maria Maher said billions, they they were fortune hunters as many men at the time were Mary ranchera daughter and become wealthy Isaac Williams, Julio Williams who was the what Mary day, California woman. And as a result was granted this ranchero by her wealthy father, Maria Antonia, Lugo, one of the wealthiest ranchero families in southern California when Williams died the two sisters, the two legitimate sisters, Maria said and Francesca inherited his estate, which was a huge piece of property, and they were at that point. And soon thereafter, married to these two fortune hunters. A few years later in the middle of the eighteen sixties of John rains. The husband of Maria said turns up murder. He was on his way to Los Angeles. And he didn't make it and they search for him. And finally, find his body splayed out on a in a cactus patch, and he's been ambushed and murdered. The question is the suspicion. Immediately comes to the widow, she's an attractive young woman. And she she is she has a friend a young, man. But the name of Don Ramon down remote on who's described as dashing Hotspur wonderful. Yes. And the Anglos believe that of of rains has been murdered by his widow in concert with and be the man who pushes this case. The hardest is the. The widows brother-in-law, Robert Carlyle, so. He. Manipulates his sister-in-law and puts himself in a position of being the having the power of attorney over property. And then he proceeds to raid and loot her property, and here, in fact, our friend judge Hayes comes back into the picture a kind of hero here as well. He takes he's by that point no longer judges attorney, and he takes up Maria case and gets an injunction against Carlisle. So quite awhile is frustrated. It turns out at just about the same time. Ramon Correo turns up murder. And evidence clearly indicates that Robert Carlyle as a range this murder. But for one reason or another evidence is not clear Carlisle gets off, but he is an angry man because he hasn't been deprived of the estate of his sister-in-law the man who's been in charge of that been put in charge of that state is the Undersheriff of Los Angeles County. Andrew Jackson king. Andrew Jackson king and is confronted by Robert let me set the scene here. Professor because I mean, we're waiting for the movie on this Carlisle comes into LA Bella union. Right. That's where they're all standing in downtown, Los Angeles and owned by of rains before his before his yes. And it was a secession as tot play hot. Bam. So we're looking at the federate confederate rascals all standing around drinking about how Robert E Lee's doing in the in the delayed males overland and Carlisle comes in and he stabs does he stop king? I I the gun in the nineties and king comes in for a drink and Carlisle's. Okay. He says he says he says to Carlisle right and no Carlisle says to king you're an ass and king walks over Carlisle and slaps him across the face. And then turns tail and walks back into the ballroom. So. He's fit to be tied. He pulls out a buoy knife goes into the ballroom and stabs, right? Right. Right. King nearly dies. He has an artery. Cut me his life. But king is the brother of two younger brothers Lyle in Houston king. They show up. Yes. Show up the next day and confront Carlisle. And there is a Donnybrook that they all pulled their revolvers, and they're firing at one another as the end result of this is that Carlisle is killed one of the king brothers killed. The other one is is is badly wounded. This is the result of of of this long raging warfare over the estate of these wealthy young women and Maria will become a poor working woman in her future. And her sister will never talk to her again, though. Our sister lives plush were fundamentally divided over this question and the the family suffered for generations afterward and without Justice of vigilantism for the poor turns into vigilantism for the well to do no one is brought to Justice on this. But there are a whole lot of dead sons dot and disappointed daughters. We turn out to the vigilante committee itself, the the people of Los Angeles by the eighteen seventies. Believe in that vigilantes are necessary because they don't have a police force. But they have a vigilante committee is that on its way to becoming justices that transition, how do you read that John? Well, the the home guard vigilence committee, they call it is essentially the the the institutional arm of Justice in Los Angeles by the late eighteen seventies. It's a committee that never goes out of business. It's it keeps it running. It takes up the question of violence that the murders that come up it decides it's leaders decide whether or not to allow the state to try or whether they're going to invade the jail and Lynch the individual. What is so startling about? The committee is how brazen they were. And how public they were about their activities, although they were essentially Incan in a conspiracy with the press because in earlier days, the press covered the meetings of the vigilance committee name names and criticized the committee by the late eighteen seventies things had become so institute. Optional is that. Depress conspired in keeping the names of the leaders of the paper reporting favorably the activities of the committee, but doing it in a secret fashion. So they were moving towards a kind of hooded vigilantism kind of secret group of secret terrorizing group, which was running rampant. Tell the story of the worst of the worst. This is the massacre in Chinatown in eighteen seventy one John Mack foward or is the author eternity street violence and Justice in frontier, Los Angeles. I'm John bachelor. Taking you through the third shift. This is the John Batchelor show on cagey out.

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Vineyards, and then we had a smallpox swept through. And I guess pretty much wiped out the Indians is that what this statistic means from two thousand two hundred. So the Indians were all gone by eighteen seventies. That correct professor. As I mentioned before the Indians compose, the basically the working class of Los Angeles, the eighteen fifties and sixties, but they were devastated by the smallpox, epidemics, small smallpox would end debock than it was it was conveyed all over the country, and there were outbreaks of smallpox continually most people had contracted, as, you know, a a case of smallpox as a trial. They've all liked case many Anglos had immunities they might get sick. But they wouldn't die Indians had no experience with smallpox had no immunity. So the mortality rates of Indian communities hit by smallpox goes highest ninety percent. So by the eighteen seventies. The Indians that remain in southern California have largely retreated to their home run Theriault in the mountains or the desert the and have been replaced as the laboring force. Of agriculture in the vineyards, and in the small manufacturing sector by the immigrant Chinese which is an interesting fact, so yes, during the one of the other things that that propels that change in the economy or is this drought, but takes place during the civil war years two or three years of incredible drought like the drought that is now affecting California. This drought killed the cattle grazing industry. There was no grass cattle died. The planes were scattered with the bleached bones of hundreds of thousands of cattle. So the economy transitioned in the late eighteen sixties from a stock raising economy to an economy of famously based on the production of citrus oranges for which the Chinese provided. The majority of the labor so we're going to in the late sixties and seventies. Were we're going to a fundamental economic shift which also had a profound effect on the state because this economic change required. A lot of there was a lot of a lot of pop property changing hands a lot of civil suits court system was overwhelmed. The state created a new district court for Los Angeles County by itself, and this is one of the factors which will improve the pursuit of Justice and begin to take us out of this phase of cataclysmic vigilante action. We're going to put all together the violence of Los Angeles with a family intrigue property wealth sons in laws men armed with buoy knives. And pistols, drinking LA Bella union. John tells the story brilliantly. It's the story of the Maria Mirsaid Williams. And her sisters, Margarita Chata, Ben Dina and Francesca Williams. They're all the daughters of very successful. Man. Don Hulian who dies at fifty seven and leaves not only his daughters. But also he is illegitimate children. Lots of land lots of properties, very responsible and the daughters marry young, and they marry handsome and very captivating men who turn out to be rascals one is named John Raines and the other one is named Carlisle and John this story belongs in the twenty first century at the same time blogs in the nineteenth century. Yeah. It's about guys Robert Carlyle, and John rains who who married respectively Francis got Williams and Maureen Maher said billions, they they were fortune hunters as many men at the time were Mary ranchera daughter and become wealthy is equipped him. So Julio Williams who was the what married a California woman. And as a result was granted this rancher or by her wealthy. Father Maria Antonio Lugo, one of the wealthiest ranchero families in southern California when Williams died the two sisters, the two legitimate sisters, Maria said and Francesca inherited his estate, which was a huge visa property. And they were at that point. And soon thereafter, married to these two fortune hunters. Then one a few years later in the middle aching sixties of John rains. The husband Maria said turns up murdered. He was on his way to Los Angeles and a wagon, and he didn't make it and they search for him and finally find his body splayed out on a in a cactus patch, and he's been ambushed and murdered. The question is by whom of the suspicion. Immediately comes to the widow, she's an attractive young woman. And she she is she has a friend a young man by the name of Don. Ramon down remote. Ramon Cario who's described as dashing Hotspur wonderful touch, right? Yes. And the Anglos believe that of of range has been murdered by his widow in concert with and be the man who pushes this case. The hardest is the. The widows brother-in-law, Robert Carlyle, so. He. Manipulates his sister-in-law and puts himself in a position of being the having the power of attorney over property. And then he proceeds to raid and loot her property, and here, in fact, our friend judge Hayes comes back into the picture. He's kind of hero here as well. He takes he's by that point no longer. Judges attorney and he takes up Maria percents case and gets an injunction against Carlisle. So quite awhile is frustrated. It turns out at just about the same time. Ramon Correo turns up murdered. And evidence clearly indicates that Robert Carlyle has a range this murder. But for one reason or another evidence is not clear Carlisle gets off, but he is an angry man because he has been deprived of the estate of his sister-in-law the man who's been in charge of that been put in charge of that state is the Undersheriff of Los Angeles County. Andrew Jackson king. Andrew Jackson king and is confronted by Robert Carlyle. Let me set the scene here. Professor. 'cause I mean, we're waiting for the movie on this Carlisle comes into LA Bella union. Right. That's where they're all standing hotel in downtown looks at owned by of rains before his before his right? Yes. And it was a secession as tot play hot band. So we're looking right federate confederate rascals all standing around drinking about how Robert Lee's doing in the in the delayed males overland and Carlisle comes in and he stabs does he stop king? I I the gun play the barroom and king comes in for a drink and Carlisle gals out. Okay. He says he says he says to Carlisle, you're an ass. Right. And no Carlisle says to king you're an ass and king walks over the Carlisle and slaps him across the face. And then turns tail and walks back into the ballroom. So. He's fit to be tied. He pulls out of buoy knife goes into the ballroom and stabs, right? Right. Right. King nearly dies. He has an artery. Cut me. His life is saved. But king is the brother of two younger brothers Lyle and Houston king. They show up. Yes. They show up the next day and confront Carlisle. And there is a Donnybrook they all pull their revolvers, and they're firing at one another at the end result of this is that Carlisle is killed one of the king brothers killed. The other one is is is badly wounded of this is the result of of this long raging warfare. Over the estate of these wealthy young women and Maria will become a poor working woman in her future. And her sister will never talk to her again, though. Her sister lives, plush leaders were fundamentally divided over this question of the family of. Suffered for generations afterward and without Justice vigilantism for the poor turns into vigilantism for the well to do no one is brought to Justice on this. But there are a whole lot of dead sons dot and disappointed daughters. We turn out to the vigilante committee itself that the people of Los Angeles by the eighteen seventies. Believe in that vigilantes are necessary because they don't have a police force. But they have a vigilante committee is that on its way to becoming justices that transition, how do you read that John? Well, the the home guard vigilence committee, they call it is essentially the the the institutional arm of Justice in Los Angeles by the late eighteen seventies. It's a committee that never goes out of business. It's it keeps it self running. It takes up the question of violence that the murders that come up it decides it's leaders decide whether or not to allow the state to try or whether they're going to invade the jail and Lynch the individual. What is so startling about? The committee is how brazen they were. And how publicly were about their activities, although they were essentially Incan in a conspiracy with the press because in earlier days, the press cover, the meetings of the vigilance committee, and named names and criticized the committee by the late eighteen seventies things had become so institute. Nationalized that depress conspired in keeping the names of the leaders out of the paper of reporting favorably, the activities of the committee, but doing it in a kind of secret fashion. So they were moving towards a kind of hooded vigilantism kind of secret group of secret terrorizing group, which was running rampant. Tell the story of the worst of the worst. This is the massacre in Chinatown in eighteen seventy one John Mack foward or is the author eternity street, violence and Justice and frontier, Los Angeles. I'm John bachelor..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"By eighteen seventies. That correct professor. Before the Indians compose, the basically the working class of Los Angeles in the eighteen fifties and sixties, but they were devastated by the smallpox, epidemics, end democ. It was it was conveyed all over the country, and there were outbreaks of smallpox continually most people had contracted a, you know, a a case of smallpox as a trial. A light case many Anglos had immunities they might get sick. But they wouldn't die. Indians had no experience with smallpox had no immunity. So the mortality rates of Indian communities hit by smallpox goes highest ninety percent by the seventies. The Indians that remain in southern California have largely retreated to their home brunch. Reas in the mountains or the desert the have been replaced as the laboring force. Of agriculture in the vineyards and in the small manufacturing sector by the immigrant Chinese. She's an interesting feature fact, so yes, during the one of the other things that that propels that change in the economy or is this drought that takes place during the civil war years two or three years of incredible trout like the drought that is now affecting California. This drought killed the cattle grazing industry. There was no grass cattle died. The planes were scattered with the bleached bones of hundreds of thousands of cattle. So the economy transitioned in the late eighteen sixties from a stock raising economy to an economy of famously based on production of citrus oranges for which the Chinese. The majority of the labor, so we're going to the eight sixties and seventies. We're going to a fundamental economic shift which also had a profound effect on the state because this economic change required. A lot of they will have a lot of pop property changing hands a lot of civil suits court system was overwhelmed. The state created a new district court for Los Angeles County by itself, and this is one of the factors which will improve the pursuit of Justice and began to take out of this phase of cataclysmic vigilant be action we're going to put all together the violence of Los Angeles with a family intrigue property wealth sons in laws men armed with buoy knives. And pistols, drinking LA Bella union. John tells the story brilliantly. It's the story of the Maria Mersad. We. Adams and her sisters, Margarita, Chata, Ben Dina and Francesca Williams. They're all the daughters of a very successful, man. Don Hulian who dies at fifty seven and leaves not only his daughters. Also, his illegitimate children lots of land, lots of properties, very responsible and the daughters Mary young, and they marry handsome and very captivating. Then who turn out to be rascals one is named John Raines and the other one is named Carlisle and John this story belongs in the twenty first century at the same time blogs in the nineteenth century. It's guys. Robert Carlyle and John Raines who who married respectively Francis got Williams and Marie Murr said billions, they they were fortune hunters as many men at the time were Mary ranchero daughter and become wealthy Isaac Williams. Julio Williams who was the wet married a California woman. And as a result was granted this ranchero by her wealthy. Father Maria Antonio Lugo, one of the wealthiest ranchero family in California when Williams died the two sisters, the two legitimate sisters, Maria said and Francisca inherited his estate, which was a huge piece of property, and they were at that point. And soon thereafter, married to these two fortune, hunters then. One a few years later in the middle eighteen sixties of John rains. The husband of Maria said turns up murder. He was on his way to Los Angeles and a wagon, and he didn't make it and they search for him and finally find his body splayed out on a in a cactus patch, and he's been ambushed and murdered. The question is home. The suspicion. Immediately comes to the widow, she's an attractive young woman. And she she is she has a friend a young man by the name of Don Ramon down remote who's described as dashing Hotspur wonderful. Yes. And the Anglos believe that rains has been murdered by his widow in concert with. Correo and be the man who pushes this case. The hardest is. The widows brother-in-law, Robert Carlyle, so. He. Manipulates his sister-in-law and puts himself in a position of being the power but turn over property. And then he proceeds to raid and loot her property, and here, in fact, our friend judge Hayes comes back into the picture. He's a kind of hero here as well. He takes he's by that point, no longer judge. He's an attorney and he takes up Marie ember said case and gets an injunction against Carlisle. So quite awhile is frustrated. It turns out at just about the same time. Ramon Correo turns up murdered. And evidence clearly indicates that Robert Carlyle has arranged this murder. But for one reason or another evidence is not clear Carlisle gets off, but he is an angry man because he has been deprived of the state of his sister-in-law the man who's been in charge of that been put in charge of that state is the Undersheriff of Los Angeles County. Andrew Jackson king. Andrew Jackson king and is confronted by Robert let me set the scene here. Professor because I mean, we're waiting for the movie on this Carlisle comes into LA Bella union. Right. That's where they're all standing in downtown and by of rains before his before. Yes. And it was a session as a hotbed. So we're looking at the federal confederate rascals all standing around drinking about how Robert E Lee's doing in the in the delayed, males overland and comes in. And he stabs does he stab king? I I the the gun play in the nineties. King comes in for a drink and Carlisle. Okay, he says he says he says to Carlisle urine ask right and no Carlisle says to king you're an ass and king walks over the Carlisle and slaps him across the face. And then turns tail and walks back into the ballroom. So. He's fit to be tied. He pulls out a buoy knife goes into the ballroom and stabs, right? Right. Right. King nearly dies. He has an ordinary. Cut me. His life is saved. But king is the brother of two younger brothers Lyle in Houston king. They show up. Yes. They show up the next day and confront Carlisle. And there is a Donnybrook they all pull their revolvers firing at one another at the end result of this is that Carlisle is killed one of the king brothers killed. The other one is is is badly wounded of this is the result of of of this long raging warfare over the estate of these wealthy young women and Maria will become a poor working woman interview. Enter sister will never talk to her again, though, or sister lives plush where fundamentally divided over this question and the the family. Suffered for generations afterward and without Justice vigilantism for the poor turns into vigilantism for the well to do no one is brought to Justice on this. But there are a whole lot of dead sons dot and disappointed daughters. We turn now to the vigilante committee at self the people of Los Angeles by the eighteen seventies. Believe in that vigilantes are necessary because they don't have a police force. But they have a vigilante committee is that on its way to becoming justices that a transition. How do you read that John? Well, the the home guard vigilence committee, they call it is essentially the the the institutional arm of Justice in Los Angeles by the late eighteen seventies. It's a committee that never goes out of business. It's it keeps it self running. It takes up the question of violence that the murders that come up if decides it's leaders decide whether or not to allow the state to try or whether they're going to invade jail and Lynch the individual what is so startling about. The committee is how brazen they were. And how publicly were about their activities, although they were essentially Incan in a conspiracy with the press because in earlier days, the press cover, the meetings of the vigilance committee and name names and criticized the committee by the late eighteen seventies things had become so institute. Tional is that depress conspired in keeping the names of the leaders of the paper of reporting favorably, the activities of the committee, but doing it in a secret fashion. So they were moving towards a kind of hooded vigilantism kind of secret group of secret terrorizing group, which was running rampant. Tell the story of the worst of the worst. This is the massacre in Chinatown in eighteen seventy one John Mack Farag or is the author eternity three violence and in frontier, Los Angeles. I'm John bachelor. One five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington. Small W A L. This is Dr Howard founder and formulator of balance of nature where changing America one life at a time. Junkie vitamin did nothing. And this is these vitamins are just like the best in the whole world. I don't take anything else other than them. I started. I was just very like always keen entire within two days. I felt like I knew person I got a different body. I listen all the time on the radio when I'm in the car with commercials, thousands of nature, and it's really true everything really really works. So I'm by 'em sold talk to a.

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In your world are Kelly spent much of Wednesday in court with his lawyer explaining to one judge that the singer didn't respond to a lawsuit brought by one of his sexual abuse accusers because he is illiterate. And with Kelly ping, sixty two thousand dollars in back child support during a second hearing at the first hearing judge Moore Johnson vacated a default judgment. She made against Kelly after the singer faith respond to a lawsuit. Brought by one of the four women. He's charged with sexually abusing Johnson reinstated lawsuit after one achilles attorneys explained that the singer wasn't jail when he was served with a lawsuit documents and that Kelly didn't respond because he can't read the second hearing came weeks after the judge in the case or had Kelly to jail after finding him in contempt of court for failing to pay one hundred sixty thousand dollars in back child support to his ex wife who is the mother of his three children so busy Davor yesterday. Jeez. Well, yeah. I do remember that being a thing. Because his ex wife was part of that documented every surviving R Kelly, and she talked about how he couldn't really read. I don't this. But then you can't pay your southward. I know can't you say to somebody. What can you just explain this to me or what does this say? Yeah. How much do I owe does the twelve number? You can't read you know, one. Okay. Three months after wrapping it's four season run on Netflix. The breakable Kimmy Schmidt is returning the streamer on Wednesday announced that it was re teaming with creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlyle for an interactive special featuring start Elliott Kemper tight Burgess Tarkovsky Carol Kane, the special is similar to net. Flicks is black MIR Bander snatch episode in which the viewers were able to make choices for the characters and much like the bear grill show that Steve watch face EDNA statement, Wednesday fans will be able to make choices on behalf of our characters taking different story pass with of course, different jokes. I think it's a great fit for our show and will be a great way to officially complete the series. I love these choose your own adventure there. It's a way to more actively watches show. And it's just kind of it's just fun. It's fun. I thought felt very gimmicky. The first time I heard about it. And then we did it with the bear girl show. And it was like, oh, this is cool. We have guys. What do we wanna do? Yeah. You really do pay attention to do with like some dramatic shows. Like, imagine this breaking bad. Oh, but he cooked. This math four continue teaching class. And then it just turns into like a fun family kind of school center. Joe about a teacher. Clue Keenan Thompson will serve as host for the twenty nine thousand nine NHL awards ceremony which will broadcast live from the Mandalay bay events center in Las.

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:13 min | 3 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hitch and that leaves gentrification. Me days the longest toyed I knew Giuliani. They're not hipsters to hayseeds from Texas whose bodies will wash up in the east Reverend a couple of weeks grabs eating there is digital you stuffed in their mouths telling you what I wanna hear. I like the way it is. What? Well, it doesn't matter. I guess we'll be here later today. Carol kane. Welcome to bullseye. It's great to have you on the show. Great to be had for Kara approx of capes from the medical. You've you've lived in New York a long time. Yes. Since you were a teenager, right? Yes. I moved to New York when I was twelve and before that had been moving around with my family, great. So I consider myself a New York because I've lived there, the longest I've ever lived anywhere. Did you move to New York because you wanted to be an actress or was it a convenient coincidence? Well. When I was twelve my mother had moved there. My parents were divorced and my mother moved to New York. And I I did decide that I was going to go to a school called professional children's school, which was a school where if you got a job, you could do your homework by correspondence, you could check out during the day to go. I dish in for things was very hard school. But you they supported the working kid. And so that's where I ran. I was obsessed and people say New York doesn't support the garment industry. See that. It was pretty great. But they all the kids were working kids. Was that weird? I mean, you you were born in my Cleveland, right? You had lived in regular places to tell the story. I don't think any place I ever lived his regular because I and my family were there. Rather complicated. Locked. So I mean, it was what I wanted. It was what I had passion for there were a lot of the balancing ballerinas, and there was a lot of costume designers. And it was just a very creative fascinating kind of a little strange world. You know, how did you figure out that young? You wanted to be an actress, oh, I knew when I was about six or seven because my mother in Cleveland. Brought me to a place called heights youth theatre where there was very professional director named Gerry. Leonard who expected of the seven year old kids it completely professional standard. And would give you hell if you weren't living up to that. And I saw, you know, Allison wonderland and fell in love and decided I needed to be up there just fell in love with it. I think I may have had in common with some other actors that as I mentioned my family was shaky. It was we were in shaky shape as a as a unit, and I think that I saw kind of a freedom and magic up there that I felt that I could relate to and would make me happy and would take me out of my actual reality to some degree. I mean, I didn't have this kind of intellectual idea about it, then but looking back that's what I think I fell in love with and I was always make up. My father was an architecture brilliant architect. My mother was a dancer and a jazz singer. And they had beautiful books around the house of fantastic ballets and all kinds of sets and arch and I used to spend every Sunday. All day long sitting in the bathroom with my makeup kit from FAO Schwarz and making my face up to try and match some of the photographs or paintings that I had seen. So I was always in love with the aesthetic part of it too. It's interesting to me that you mentioned that idea of professionalism in a children's theatre that you have to show up on time and be held to a certain standard. Yes. You many example. Okay. So the first play I was in was the wizard of Oz. And I was not to brag not to brag. But I mean, listen, it's my history. So then, you know, the munchkins have this thing. When Dorothy lands were they say, you know, don't go to the east in the east, but don't go to the west for in the west. So you know, you were seven, and we just pointed our hands whatever direction we won don't go to the east, and he. Jerry came storming down the aisle of the theater and explained to us that there was an east west north and south, and there is specific directions. We had two point in couldn't just randomly showrooms around. And so he really he had this professional standard. Like anybody checked? We were pointing to the east when we said east. What was the first time you got paid to act I joined both unions when I was fourteen a sag at the time now after I joined sagging equity when I was fourteen and was in union plays and in union movies, and even a pilot called the happiness and. Yes. So fourteen. Were you like going off to either were you taking advantage of your schools leeway and just heading off to auditions never. I could. I mean, I did, you know women of any age do not get as many additions as men or boys. But whenever I could get one. I went to it. Of course, what were you dish inning for? What was sixteen year old? Carol canes type was sixteen sixteen fourteen. I think I graduated when I was sixteen got to being carnal knowledge shirt shortly thereafter with let Mike Nichols directed. But what was I did mostly theater? We're kind of part well serious in those days was a serious actress in those days, I addition for the Prime Minister, Jean Brodie and Broadway thirteen times and do not get it. I just thought I was would not survive. Then I did was lucky enough to get to it on the road with the fantastic. Tammy Grimes, we just lost. And that was a great experience. What of the things that? I love about your character on commissions, man, is that, you know, I think in many ways like parts of your career have been defined by the fact that you have a really distinctive voice and a beer, really distinctive-looking. You're very beautiful, but you, and you have this sort of wonderful, grand hair and always have and that lends itself towards you've often played mousy characters one of the things that I love about Kimmy Schmidt. Is that is so undeniably you, but it is also the furthest thing from Massey character. It's a character with no limits. That's. Exactly and writing I know that's kind of fun to just get to say anything. In fact, some of the things I say just shocked me me. Lillian does things that I would never do. I v Wade too self conscious for so it's kind of fun to be legally asked to do some checking things and say some checking things it's bull's eye. I'm Jesse thorn, my guest this week is Carol Kane. She's in the unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The new season of which is available on Netflix. Now, sometimes the jokes on Kimmy Schmidt, and this was true of thirty rock as well are so fast and dance on my so complex that I lose them as a viewer, and I'm a very serious comedy viewer who prides himself on not missing anything. Right. And I miss it. Sometimes I wonder it must be extraordinarily challenging to nail every one of those intricate Joe, very hard. But thank goodness Gina fan. Robert Carlyle, very hands on their down there. On the floor with us. And if we don't give it redo it again, and they explain it, and they fix it until it's until you got it. They don't go away from it. And let's and then the other thing is about Kimmy, which I've never experienced before is that there are things that I say, I'm Kimmy that. I don't understand what they mean at all. So. Ahead of time. They are things to do with the the modern Computerworld and everything that's hip and cool and of the moment, and I don't know I've got references to things that I say, I just say them people laugh, and then later, I say, well, what does that mean? Sometimes I'll I'll try and understand what it means before I'd say, and they try and explain to me, and I sometimes stood on. But I committed I do my best you mentioned carnal knowledge, which was your your first significant film. Roles was and it must have been something extraordinary to be a teenager and walk into a room with your first movie director, Mike Nichols. It was shocking and especially because when I was cast they were already shooting up in Vancouver. And I was in New York, and I went to. Marion Dougherty is office and met Juliet Taylor who was Marion's partner at the time and assistant and she explained to me they're already shooting. They haven't been able to find this character yet. And I'm going to be sending Mike your photograph and resume and stuff like that in Vancouver. So she did that. And then we got word back that I was to fly up to Vancouver. And if Mike like to me, I would be staying to shadow part. And if it didn't work out, I would be back an plane the next day a teenager. You know, my mother later explained to me that behind my back. She got on the phone with the producer. And if you're gonna put my daughter through this you're gonna fly first class. Which I think at the time was a rule anyway. But. Because she knew how depressed that would be. If I didn't get it. But instead, you know, high genders office up there in the studio in the middle of the woods in Vancouver. And I met my and he was a miracle. He is American my life. You know, he's such a great artist. And he accepted me in like I was supposed to be there. And. Well, going back to the whole thing about childhood. I think I in some ways felt that I was home for the first time, and then he took me into the screening room where they were showing the rushes and in that room with Jack Nicholson Jews favor. An Arthur Garfunkel, you know, sitting around talking is this is, you know. I mean, I was just in shock, you know, and I did get to stay, and I did get to work on that movie with those with that brilliant script in brilliant actors DP. Mike was genius Mary Ellen Mark. She was the still photographer. She took one of the best pictures of me just out noise with no makeup, the anyone who's ever taken a work of art. She was an artist, and that's. I was privileged to start that way. And then you know, privilege to continue along those same lines with Hal Ashby and Sidney lumet Woody Allen. I mean, I look back, and I just can't understand how such things can happen to me. Did you understand contextual at the time? How significant the things that you're getting to work on were or because it was your first work. Did you think I guess this is what it's like you're just there with Mike Nichols? Or you're just there with Hal Ashby. You're you're there with Sidney lumet. I think it's a my reaction would be a combination of both things I think because I was so young. I did not understand the potential for failure. I think the older I got the more I would sort of back into the meeting rumor audition room because I already knew that the big chances were on rejection. But in those days, I didn't understand that you know. So I think I was more myself when I went in because I think I felt that that was my world Juno and looking back. I can't believe my fortune. But that time I also, of course, knew the quality of the artistry of those directors and never like I took that for granted. But I think I took more for granted the idea that I might fit in and that's significant in the way you present yourself in a room. You know, you're not chattering with your deeds and going in backwards, which is Mitek Nick nowadays. More of my interview with Carol Kane after a quick break. She'll tell me about how even after almost five decades of acting. She's never gotten over being rejected for a part. It's bullseye for maximum fund dot org and NPR..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"You how many innings Hampel? Okay. So the first thing I was in was wizard of Oz. And I was a munchkin not to brag not to brag. But I mean, listen, it's my history. So then, you know, the munchkins have this thing. When Dorothy lands were they say, you know, don't go to the east for in the east, but don't go to the west for in the west. So you know, we were seven, and we just pointed our hands whatever direction. One don't go to the eastern, and he Jerry came storming down the aisle of the theater and explained to us that there east west north and south and the specific directions we had two point in. We couldn't just randomly through our arms around. So he really he had this professional standard. Like if anybody checked we were pointing to the east when we said, he's what was the first time. You got paid to act I joined both unions when I was fourteen so a sag at the time now after I joined sagging equity when I was fourteen and was in union plays and in union movies, and even a pilot called the happiness and. Yes. So fourteen. Were you like going off to were you taking advantage of your schools leeway and just heading off to auditions could. I mean, I did, you know women of any age do not get as many additions as men or boys. But whenever I could get one. I went to it. Of course that were you auditioning for what was sixteen year old Carol canes type was sixteen known at sixteen fourteen. I think I graduated when I was sixteen got to being carnal knowledge shortly thereafter with that Mike Nichols directed. But what was I did team for mostly theater kind of part? Well, serious than those days. I was a serious actress in those days, I'm I addition for the Prime Minister, Jean Brodie, I'm Broadway thirteen times and do not get it. I just thought I was would not survive. And then I did was lucky enough to get to it on the road with the fantastic Tammy Grimes who we just lost. And that was a great experience. One of the things that I love about your character on commission that is that, you know, I think it in many ways like parts of your career have been defined by the fact that you have a really distinctive voice and a really distinctive looking. I'm you're very beautiful, but you, and you have this sort of wonderful, grand hair and always have and that lends itself towards you know, you've often played mousy characters one of the things that I love about Kimmy Schmidt. Is that it is? So undeniably you, but it is also the furthest thing from Massey character. It's a character with no limits. No censorship. Exactly. And great writing. I know that's kind of fun to just get to say any in fact, some of the things I say just shocked me, you know, me. Lillian does things that I would never do IB way too self-conscious for so his kind of fun to be legally asked to do some checking things and say some shocking things sometimes the jokes on Kimmy Schmidt. And this was true of thirty rock as well are so fast in dense. Unlike so complex that I lose them as a viewer, and I'm a very serious comedy viewer who prides himself on not missing anything. Right. And I miss it. Sometimes. And I wonder it must be extraordinarily challenging to nail every one of those intricate. Joe they hide but thank goodness Gina fan. Robert Carlyle, a very hands on their down there on the floor with us. And if we don't get it, we do it again. And they explain it, and they fix it until it's until you got it. They don't go away from it. And then the other thing is about Kimmy, which I've never experienced before is that there are things that I say, I'm Kimmy that. I don't understand what they mean at all so up to date almost like a head of time. You know, and they are things to do with the the modern Computerworld and everything that's hip and cool and of the moment, and I don't know I've got references to, you know, things that I say, I just say them and people laugh, and and then later I say, well, what does that mean? Sometimes I'll I'll try and understand what it means before say, and they try and explain to me, and I sometimes stood on understand..

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"robert carlyle" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:20 min | 3 years ago

"robert carlyle" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yvonne he was the best. Yeah. That's warns. Yvonne, and Chris Anderson Charlie short of androgen, his moustache are part of the band. That's going to be performing at the ninth annual warns Yvonne birthday bash Thursday, January twenty third at space in Evanston. We have a link for more information on our Facebook page, and Chris and Charlie welcome back guys. That is a great song. Obviously one of many many great songs at orange, Yvonne. Wrote. And we always talk about this every time you guys come down. The fact that he's never been nominated to be in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. The fact he's not in the rock and Roll Hall of fame is a massive misjustice toll. And the fact that he hasn't even been nominated off guys influence just about everybody. Yeah. And there's we were talking about an I drive over here. There's a reason he hung out with hunter S Thompson. Yeah. Yeah. You gotta rock musician. The hangs out with the Harris Thompson, it's probably pretty good. Yeah. Yeah. And I just want to remind everybody. Bon jovi's in rock and Roll Hall of fame warns Yvonne's never been nominated def Leppard is in the rock and Roll Hall of fame warns Yvonne has never been nominated. How old would warranties on business the eight sixty eight. Yeah. Yeah. He died in two thousand three four three or four three. I think it was September two thousand two thousand three because I remember he was diagnosed and he lived longer than they they said he was every diagnosis. I think he lived over a little over here about a year. And he, but when he when I remember when they when they when he got diagnosed with cancer, he said, look all I wanna do is make it to the new bond movie 'cause he was he was a huge fan. The world is not enough was the bond movie and they ended up screening it for him. It would have been die another day because day the rose not enough as ninety nine. Okay. Well, wow. Yeah. James BOND fan. Maybe. Okay. So die. Another day is the one with Halle Berry with Halle Berry. Did Madonna do the song? Okay. That's that's the one. I get my Pierce Brosnan movies all mixed. She's and she's well because Pierce Brosnan is in a different movie. He's great. Yeah. And those movies are terrible. Yeah. Like, he's he's in a great JAMES BOND movie. I don't know. I'd love to see those you don't like GoldenEye golden is pretty good tomorrow. Never dies. Pretty good. Great. Well. Yeah. The world is not enough has got some great stuff in it. But it's super it's because it was it was directed by the guy who did the seven up movies. And then the action sequences are directed by somebody else. Yeah. And so it's this great like emotional thing. And then these super crazy Michael habitat directed there. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. I don't even remember, I really don't even remember. Yeah. It's got sofi. Marceau and. Robert Carlyle is the bad guy. Carlisle's the bad guy, which which one is the one where Jonathan is the bad guy. That's tomorrow. Never dies. Upper he's he's selling. He's starting a war to get the cable rights to China for a hundred years. Good reason. I don't even remember see. I'm not the biggest bond guy in the world. You know, I thought. Casino. Royale was phenomenal. And I wasn't crazy. I know everybody loved. For sky fall. Yeah. Everybody loved that. One. Albert Albert Finney's in that one right? Running around with a gun. Is that sky fall? Or is that? Now. Yeah. Now because all of the all the action sequences in the in the crag movies are great and actually quantum of solace. If you sort of watch it as like a bunch of extra scenes from casino royale. It's awesome. Yeah. But it's not really a good. It's not a good stand alone movie. There's a great that opens with a great car sequence. Anyway, it's yeah, I'm a huge colbrad. Clearly, I this is something I did not know about you. Yeah. Favorite bond movie? Probably I'm supposed to say on Her Majesty's secret service. But I'm gonna I'm gonna which is a great. I imagine secret service is a great great film. It's a great diamonds are forever. That's the first one. I saw in the theater. It's it's it's so it's just everything that's right about bond. They Connery is just funny enough angry. He's old he's five years younger than. I think four or five years younger than Roger Moore was at the time and looks like he's like twenty. Yeah. That's true. I mean, it's just great. It's just all the way through it's funny because you know. The bond that during my formative years was Roger Moore was the bond. I grew up on the first bond movie I ever saw in the theater was diamonds are forever. That was his last. Well, Connery his last right bond movie until he did never say never again official. Right. But I remember seeing it in the movie theater, and I was really young when he came out probably five or six when again, but Roger Moore was like my teenage years more, and in retrospect, Roger Moore is not very good now in the bond movies. And he's well, I think there's some good again because all of those things kind of mashed together, and he made a lot of movies, really quick. Yeah. So I I enjoy looking back on it. I enjoy Roger Moore now more, and I like a lot of those sequences and a lot of the stuff from Roger Moore's from the books. So the the plots aren't the same. But all the action sequences are pulled. Yeah. Okay. So if you look at how I dunno. I forget which one it is. But there's a whole there's a whole movie where like everything. Has from directly from the books, and they were doing that a lot in those more years all action sequences are the really well. Composed. Yeah. You know, but he's faithful faithful he he's the Saint. That's why he got the gig. Right. So anyway, I did not know you were an expert on the JAMES BOND movies. Yeah. Well, neither did I know that. We'll bring it up next Wednesday. Seve on seven. Yeah. So here's the deal. So he wanted to in. So they screened it for him. And he was disappointed. Yes. In it. But and so another another aspect of Warren's, Yvonne. We have to talk about is. How much David Letterman loved him and the relationship that he had with David Letterman. Yeah. And that last appearance. That's Yvonne made on Letterman before he passed away is just fantastic and very touching. Yeah. And he was he like Paul Shaffer would anytime Paul Shaffer was a way in which wasn't very often. Would he always said and said to Letterman on his last appearance on your your best friend my music ever had? And I mean, I think that with with certain musicians definitely was Yvonne and even to a certain extent Tom waits like their guys like certain other. Talk show hosts our networks wouldn't wanna touch. Yeah. Let him was like that's the guy. Yeah. I want him on my show. It was always. And it was great because I've been I was as Yvonne fan for, you know, for years, and I love the fact that Letterman embrace warns Yvonne because you didn't see warns Yvonne anywhere right now, really easy. Didn't you have a lot of exposure on television? At all agreed and didn't get a lot of have a ton of radio play either. You know, I think people might know some of the songs that he's written that other people have recorded true like poor poor pitiful me, Linda, Ronstadt hit. Yeah. And he was down the wind as now the windy xactly. And so, you know, it's interesting that that people might have known some of his songs had no idea who he was or could he was always kind of on the fringe. We talked about we talk about this every year when you guys come in. What was your first? The first exposure warns Yvonne for it was saying, my my oldest brother's record collection and seeing the record. Excitable boy. And I'm like who is this weird looking dude. This is a weird. Look is there a gun on a plate on the back. And then I listened to it. Was ten years old. This is kind of scary. But kind of cool. Yeah. Yeah. So so what about you probably probably here in like where wolves on the radio? Yeah, I used to play game where I would try to guess who the when I was a kid, and I didn't have access to all the wreckage. Listen, the classic rock radio guests who was a singer visit song, I didn't know. And who did you guess was the singer was we're warns Yvonne. Oh, and now I mean 'cause he's so distinctive. I remember hearing lawyers guns and money the first time, that's the that's the very distinctive vocal style. No question about it. A question about the as we always mention. Incredible songwriter, and with a wicked sense of humor like his songs are there. Some really funny stuff in his sizeable. Boy is a hilarious song and Roland the headless Thompson gunner the payoff at the end like the final line is so hilarious. I was I heard where we'll London, and I thought it was great and got and got excitable boy. And then became obsessed with with it and with him and went back and got the first record. And then stayed obsessed with Warren's Yvonne all the way up until his death. And and. I just think, you know, one of the one of the best one of the best songwriters of all time where he makes his music with lyric is just it's really pretty. Like, I said he's up there with Bob Dylan Springsteen and Tom waits. They just don't make them like that. No question about it. No question about it. I love the fact that you guys celebrate his birthday every year. I went to the first couple. And at the now, defunct quenchers. Yes. All quenchers with all their beer like nine hundred different beers quenchers. And now it's gonna be a doctor's office is that well, that's appropriate. Yeah. Last time. I was here. I needed it. I had the the what what somebody told me the best phone interview. I just told Chris this story the best phone interview. I've ever had the day after that first is Yvonne show. So we were all hanging out and and drink, Dan and having a good time. And sometimes when I'm singing and playing you can't tell like, I've had a little too much you wake up I wake up with a hangover, and we're like, but I wasn't drunk that that morning I woke up with a righteous hangover, and I had this phone interview. And I sat in a Einstein brothers bagels with my hand in my ear, and I ended up not getting the job. And I knew the guy who I was interviewing and he's like, no, no, no. He was like he's like going into that going into the in person interviews, you're the top candidate. And in fact, that was the best phone interview I've ever had with anybody in in in my life, and you were hung over after I was I was hung over that night the next morning after that the next three days. All right. Hang on guys. Okay. Chris Anderson and Charlie shorter hair Andrews's mustache. We'll talk more warns. Yvonne, you guys should go out. And check this out. These guys do a fantastic job. And it's the ninth annual warns Yvonne bash and it's the twenty third at space in Evanston. Okay. Let's take a quick break. And we got more coming up after this. Act crazy little drum, by the way,.

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