18 Burst results for "Roddenbury"
"roddenbury" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Welcome back to the live broadcast outside of charlotte. North carolina pupil will come marsh. Bill broadcasting live from the cova sapien dot com studios. Show your support peacefully and find out who's the actual blame for the widespread virus goto kobe. Sapien dot com for more information or your swag there as well from that website and over to my right hand side is it. dan yes. It's been a great day shares with a great day. He's nice dry weather. You are absolutely driving me insane during this podcast. You're stop stick and it's okay. It's part of the pond. Human nature is what's going on here at the studios this is not stage. it's not scripted or anything like that and you're over there reading what what about king roddenbury. What's his name. Yeah some kids on the news. You don't see my point of view. I didn't get my ten thousand dollar thing in the airline tickets so to screw everything up. Why yeah 'cause. I didn't get my ten thousand dollars from who the people that other companies out there. Zillions served billion dollar company. You were billion dollar company here. Dan yeah billion dollar ideas. If i got paid for every idea billion dollars for every idea i had it was a subtle. I'd have maybe a dollar fifty. Yes but we're all rich in way. Okay well this guy. Right here after serving two tours in afghanistan because the whole joe biden thing or not joe biden thing. This was already put in down the pike in everything as far as getting all the troops and everything out of afghanistan. This guy comes home and just wants a pickup gallon of milk and loaf of bread and butter at the local convenience store. And here he is waiting in line. And these two knuckleheads. Come running in a camera forum that dan these two knuckleheads come running the store. And the see. If i can with a gun and try to rob the place. So let's see if i can do this. There's music so there he is. he's just kind of waiting in line. Here come the guys twos little skinny guy's what happened in. Hey grabbed a gun. Auto knocked one guy down and the guy ran out the door. But he's coming in pointing the gun. Yeah yeah he's not know self-defense. You played again. Yeah so he's probably talking to the cashier. Couple things you know. Hey what's going on right. that's cool. He's got whatever in his hands and we'll say guys there. Two kids thugs come in all black and the first ones pointing a gun pointed sideways. You know gangster style and he sees a gun and literally just smacks it out of his hand. Yep and then punches well he pushes and self defense. You pushed the gun out of the way so discharges yep pushed it up in the air and then discharged him and knocked him down and he punched him in the head and the other kids just ran ran out the door. Plus he's so there are now being a fucking pussy dan. If you've ever gone hiking or snow skiing or anything like that. I down to my mailbox. Which is five hundred feet away. Stop stick no. I've never gone hiking. Okay so income you know everyone's smoking weed on colorado and a lot of people are you know. They love colorado because of the environment. You can go hunting. You can go camping. I ain't go fishing and doing all that statins. You can do the mountains and skiing and stuff unfortunately. A colorado rescue team has some simple advice or any lost hikers out there wandering around during this time of year. And you find yourself lost in the mountains now. this guy. Right here was reported missing. Because he didn't show up back to base camp out there about twenty four hours so after about twenty four hours. They haven't seen the hiker and so they said to the local affiliates. Say hey look. We can't find our friend. He's out there somewhere and of course local phillies go. What's his phone number and they go. Here's this phone number. And they called them they call them all away from nine o'clock in the morning to about twelve hours later to eight o'clock that night and no answer. No answer went straight to voice message. So what happened was here. Five team members look for the hiker in areas where people tend to get lost a called off the search at three a m. A three person team checked another area at seven. Am then they got a call about nine. Thirty am that the hiker who was not identified had returned to where they were staying hiker. Had no idea that a rescue that rescuers were looking for him. So one notable takeaways is the subject ignored repeated phone calls from us because they didn't recognize the number if you're overdue according to your itinerary and you stack repeated calls from non number. Please answer the phone. It could be a rescue team so the guy the guy was probably out there. And he's like oh shit. I know which way it is. I can figure out how to get out of here. He's probably like the marine. he's like. I can figure out how to out of here. I'm a manly man. He's walking and all of a sudden he gets this phone call. Would you like to increase your homeowner's insurance. You like what the fuck. Maybe that's what he was saying. He's gotten so many of those spam calls he just like these unrecognized numbers and said all right here we go spam number again span number again but it's the same one over and over and he refused to answer the phone i hope they charge him fee. They find him for that but what would be the grounds for charging them a fee. Because when you have to you you're going. Hiking is ruled by the park. They do that in my washington if you go out and you said you know you sign in. Tell them where you're going and when you're expected really yeah and if they have to do put search parties few because you lost because yeah because you charge him. Don't answer your phone. Well i mean you look at the you have a certain budget your office and everything if you have to send you a rangers out in that it happens all the time in washington a good friend of mine posted on facebook saying hey look. They're worried about the gabby. Patino thing and the whole brian laundry thing if you've ever been loss or out of range or anything like that and you're worried about i've only got you've seen the movies where your batteries like on the last of batteries to go to your voice message and leave a voice message of your last location where you're at. Give them all the information you can because you like. Hey i'm stuck in the corner of fifth and main. I don't know where matt There's two trees. It's two thirty in the afternoon on december fourteen hour december fourteenth. And then you leave that as a message. Even if your phone dies people will call your phone and get that message. So they know exactly. Hey according to this right here. It's the summer fourteenth. Here's the message is up. So it's kind of like one of those helping tips if your batteries running low on or your phones running low and batteries okay. That's a good thing for our listeners. Right right one. More thing or more things dan. Have you ever entered a beauty contests of any sorts. Is this a trick question. No no have you ever seen the beauty contests. Donald trump had the what is a miss universe. I actually have never watched one. I they were. They were big for a while through the sixty seventy s and eighty s and somewhere in the nineties. It kind of fell off. And i think that was the discover or the the invention of the internet and everyone was like kind of complaining and pushing their whole thing. This is all it's crap. Why do we subject women the revolution of women being of empowerment. And the worst thing is that lots of these kids. They're mothers has forced him from the time. They were four years old to go to these things when they could be out having fun. So this beauty pageant. Right here took a whole bunch of shots as far as people complaining about a beauty pageant. Three former miss france candidates alleged that the pageant is discriminatory him by picking contestants based on representations of beauty. That's our claim. They're only picking the pretty people be in this competition. Well of course. Dan yes what they say. The requirements are placed in a minimum of height of five foot five inches. No tattoos or any other piercings other than their ears plus has to be either single or never been married and not have any children. They can't change their hair or gain weight during the competition. Yeah the woman. Suing the pageant who we're naming anonymous teamed up with french. Feminist group says la feminists. Which translated did it'd be feminist. They filed a complaint against the miss france company in the mall. Productions behind the annual. Tv podcast the suit. Alleges that miss francis a vehicle for sexes value broadcasts. You said podcast. Brock computers only skin deep. Ugly goes right to the bone. But i mean you know you're you're signing to be a beauty beauty pageant now granted. There's other stuff they also ask them. How quickly can they think on their feet when they say what. Would you do to help kids and other countries and miss south carolina. I think everyone should have maps. Because maps aren't available to everyone in the world and registration of maps for everyone in the country. Shouldn't have maps. And your mario lopez going. What the fuck that she just you know..
"roddenbury" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"You. Were one of the people writing about star trek when you purchase in syndication and really there was no hope of any com- coming back the actors were i remembered. Leonard nimoy came to my college was doing college tour promoting books. 'cause he been you know he wasn't and jean had moved on and was doing planet. Earth and spectre. You know the quest tapes. Which is the grandfather. I called the data but But yeah i mean what was it like in those days when you were writing and covering it at the time i was it. Was there any reason for optimism at that time. Well you have to remember. I really started writing about it in the media. Eighties by interviewed roddenbury for the first and only time while i interviewed him twice but it was basically two days apart of the second interview with him. So that was nineteen eighty five ish. So they we were onto the movies. Know willie was thinking about a television show at that particular time and people were thrilled just to have the movies. I remember at the time he really had. Abc nbc and cbs and the stations. And then your independent stations in new york. We had channel eleven. That's where i saw my track at six and eleven o'clock every night weekdays and so you know it. There was no talk that i was aware of of a comeback for television. Sir well you see. This is the thing from the fans. Points of view may be. It was very dark days. But if you know your history of Behind the scenes from like nineteen seventy three and nineteen seventy fool. There are people working to bring star trek back in some form or another. And y'all serious. You had to make serious which was like the easy hit. They were like okay. We can get an animated child but they started working on movies. They developed the whole stock to patent about it. Not being called phase two but they asshole. Tv show they were going to do Scripts and story pitches and everything is worth tile. Or what year did that start them while it transforms soon so this It's probably seventy six really that it's not so new coq to john poco siree. He's he they they were. I mean david altro was cost as zone yet in star trek to and he said he drove up to the gates and they said to him great news. It's going to be a movie and he thought out okay. They're gonna get spoke back. I need and he was right and he was trying to heal. I mean the the character of sign up was originally written with david in mind and he was trying to. You're going to be. He said i don't want to be there just to carry spoke. Max and i think he also. I think everybody had the expectation that they were gonna make a movie and then probably come back on tv you know. That was the kind of expectation and nineteen seventy-nine. The movie makes it makes a ton of money but cost a ton of money and i brought harbin. At first entre- two was eight was mooted as tv contact. Who is going to be a tv we. That was every chance that it would not have turned into a recounting. Tv show so it's only really the successive star trek. To that establishes star trek as a movie front franchise that's what nine hundred hundred two.
Two Broads Talking Politics
"roddenbury" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Hi everyone i am. Kelly and this is vote her in vote. Her in is a collaboration between two prods. Talking politics and rebecca save who is the author of vote. Her in your guides electing our first woman president and I just realized when i was talking to sarah before we started that today is actually the fourth anniversary of two prods. Talking politics happy birthday. Glad to have you all with us. I'm going to turn this over now. To rebecca who will introduce our guest rebecca cowie and congratulations. That's terrific. I didn't realize that but we couldn't have a more perfect guest right. I mean she is in leaner of this new generation of women. Doing all kinds of exciting things. So i want to jump right in and introduce our ammo. Who is the ceo of ignite national. And they've just been out there running as fast as they can working with young women with really young women. I have to look up generation z. Sarah but you're more about that so Before we get into our discussion here. I do want to share with our listeners. Bizarre bio it's pretty amazing as are the bios of so many to broads and voter in guests. So but so you know. She was an early founder. Along with an moses ignite national and really built it up into what it is today and she was appointed cto. I think in and took over in june or so so she's got her feet wet in a new job. We're going to talk about what it's like to be. You know the buck stops here right as we go forward and She is you know has been involved in training upwards of i think ten thousand women across the country in the time that they've been going ahead The other thing about sarah. Which i totally love is she's An engaged community member on issues that she cares about and i imagined others around her care about and so she serves on has served on the boards and been involved with organizations including seeking common ground. But you might tell us more about the spire. Public schools in an organization called build on all which have to do with community service and engaging young people She's a breast cancer survivor. We're going to talk about that as well because she just is a role model in so many dimensions. And last i wanted to mention to you all that Sarah receives something on this award. The roddenbury fellow for her vision in leadership which sounds quite fitting To me she has an msw which i think is quite interesting from the university of denver in a b. a. in psychology from the university of california at santa cruz. So you can see what a multi dimensional fabulous woman with that amazing smile. She is so. I just jump in and say welcome sir and if you would You all have some very exciting news earlier this summer. I guess coming into flow which has enabled you to really expand the program and so if you can just share with our listeners. How you got into this. Why you have the kind of program you have declare your ambition run now which is just what i think people want know so. Welcome thank you rebecca. Thank you kelly for having me this evening. I'm so excited to talk about ignite all the time Our organization were a movement of young women. Who are ready and eager to become the next generation of political leaders the largest most diverse organization that actually provides young women leadership opportunities across our lifetimes to be able to tap into their political power. we started in twenty ten our president and founder or founder. Scratch that she's no longer president. You will remind me of that. When she sees us started ignite because she saw a gap in really thought about. How could we get to young women as rebuilding their political ambition as developing their interests. How can we get to them younger. Because at that time in the early twenty two thousand ten and that there was a really large gap of young women in the political sphere. In both of you can probably imagine that it was hard to even convince women to run for office at that point and so ignite started in twenty ten in ann's literally in her basement and together. We sat there for hours on end writing curriculum. Thinking about how we were. Gonna you know. Conquer high schools all across the bay area and moved from california to texas and then pivoted the model from a state by state perspective to a national movement in two twenty sixteen in advance of the two thousand sixteen presidential election and we are really thinking at that point. How can we digitize get our resources to as many young women as humanly possible in also simultaneously. At that time our young women were getting older. They were no longer fourteen. Fifteen sixteen years old. They were going to college. And so we're like what's test out a college model to and so. We were starting to build college programming. Where young women could take what they were really excited about during their high school programs. Take it to their college. University continued to build young women's ambition and start to see what we could do there. you all remember the two thousand sixteen election. We thought we were celebrating the first female president. I know rebecca. I talked about this in prior times together and at that point the young women were like where do we. Where do we go. What do we do. And i remember. So many young women calling emailing had like three hundred percent of a download of our college resources in just six months and it was crazy..
"roddenbury" Discussed on Masters Decoded
"You've been in a million just in perspective as a i mean in ways before in twenty nine actually. I saw video that volley economic forum. Actually you were doing Scenario billy and one of the scenario was what happens if the world is it by banham and this was attended by all the global leaders and some great thinkers and became to a conclusion that the only way to solve our manage. These global pandemics is to come together. And god said nobody to leavening and in practical idle horribly sounding secost. But it's the unfortunate piece and you're right. I i gave you a. I see divergence hopping more than convergence. That's i think that's how Still had futures arise to be honest Rehab a low You know there's there's the utopian vision which is almost like gene roddenbury star trek. Everybody works themselves. We don't need money because Humanity is coming together for common core. And then there's the dystopia ones which is you know the big huge divide between the rich and the poor access to basic communities like healthcare hiring And things like that. And like you say i think the divergences causing more. It's tilting towards more of the dystopia site and especially when you understand a lot of the powers that be hold. Hold that power so technology. The technology companies wield an enormous an enormous amount of power over society to the point where that subverts thinking and and feeds through the algorithm. What we're supposed to be thinking and saying a undoing And at the moment it's it's Concerning irving And when facebook. Can i just i was becoming metaverse. Company is going to build its own version. You know if you look at the state of facebook. Just now it'd be really. It should really be raising a lot of red flags to be at immersed in a different way with the and surrounded actually type of literally surrounded a three d. environment with that kind of With their kind of attitude in mentality so it's Yeah so yeah. We are diverging and is becoming a bit of a problem on those motor discuss on this. They're probably. I'm sure you'll be writing more articles on the all. Look forward to that on this particular topic. Then you think about your your life your career. You did say you have a family. How has family shift thinking or enable you to do what you're doing today because as you go through this journey of doing many things also and doing a few things. Do you do require that support of the community around you hamas that chipped up way you are today and continue ship. May you wanna go..
She Reads Truth Podcast
"roddenbury" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast
"It's not again like this is kind of written. It's not like the events of the book of deuteronomy span really more a year even like it's a short time where he's going like this is what's going to happen and you remember. I'm not able to go with you and which we'll talk about. But like i'm going give you the law again and i'm going to remind you again and it feels so parental does. What else do we need to know about dinner on. I don't know that. I keep talking about it. Okay quote deuteronomy of the old testament. Books. it is the third most quoted in the new testament jesus and the apostles they refer back to deuteronomy only the only two books that they are songs. And yeah but like even like you think about right in matthew chapter four in the temptation of jesus in the wilderness and he says man does not live by bread alone but by every word that comes from the mouth of god. He didn't come up with that on the fly like he actually knew his bible and he's quoting deuteronomy. Which will actually. We'll read that this week. Anyway i just think it's beautiful to remember that these ancient ancient books. These books were old when jesus was in ministry Are still so special. An important for us. And i'm so grateful that we have this law. Well it tells us that. Jesus embodied someone. His delight is in the law of the lord and on and he meditates day and night and it also tells us that the new testament authors were also following that pattern. And so it's fascinating to me. How often i run into students of the bible who spend a ton of time in the new testament who have not recognized that these are things from the old testament. Because i think we feel like the old testament scary right and hard to get into. So that's so happy as a twelve today because you guys are gonna do. Yeah i think. Let me think other things about deuteronomy. I think a good thing for us to remember. Is that this law. That is given a repeated in deuteronomy is really all of the instruction that moses gives these speeches. It's not dropped into a kitchen table. In america in twenty twenty one like it was in somebody so the audience. The audience was the people of israel. This nomadic people. They'd been travelers and now they needed to establish a place in a community and a a city they needed to establish systems and laws. And it really is. You compare what happened here with moses. And the lord giving the law through moses the only thing you could compare it to like ham robbie's code right like other ancient laws or things and the difference. Which i think is so. We think of this as new testament but it so beautifully. Old testament is that pam roddenbury's code even had hierarchy of like a social hierarchy and it actually gave favoritism to people and status and that is not something that you will find anywhere it is like a seeking out in protecting and providing for the marginalized which is so opposite and such a foreshadowing of jesus. Sacha foreshadowing of jesus. Yeah like even like these cities of refuge and these anyway beautiful. Let's go added well but that's something you hit on something that i think has been key for me because i'll just admit that i felt and still feel pretty out of my depth when it comes to deuteronomy because i've i don't even know that i like i'm trying to remember when i've read it all the way through and i have but like i just didn't. It's been a long time. I don't feel like i've sat. And it right yeah. It's sort of those. It's like you know it's earlier on and you're kind of power and through reading through the bible and it can be very intimidating..
"roddenbury" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"Future spacecraft land on distant worlds. A few of the stories to tell you about this week at nasa we launched a new interactive website. Highlighting land sat nine the joint nasa and us geological survey satellite mission is targeted for launch september sixteenth from california's vandenberg space force base lands at nine. We'll continue the programs critical role in monitoring and managing land resources such as agricultural crops water and forests needed to sustain human life or more details visit massive dot gov slash lance at nine. The next spacex resupply mission to the international space station will carry a variety of nasa science investigations including a study on preventing and treating bone density loss at investigation aimed at detecting and mitigating vision disorders. And a new robotic arm demonstration that has potential uses on earth including for disaster relief. The mission is currently targeted for launch august. Twenty eighth from our kennedy space center in florida. The team working on the umbrella like adaptable deployable entry and placement technology or adept. Heat shield designed to deliver science payloads on future missions to mars and beyond is testing out a new material called spider. We've it is a woven. Fabric may think will improve the integrity of the heat shield and make it safer for larger vehicles to safely pass through the atmospheres of more distant locations on august nineteenth. We observed the one hundred birthday of late star trek creator. Gene roddenberry with a panel discussion about the groundbreaking shows legacy of inspiration. Hope and diversity is son rod roddenberry moderated the panel which included star trek actor and activist. George decay as well. As members of nasr's diverse workforce opening remarks for the hit were provided by nasa administrator. Bill nelson it also featured a nineteen seventy six recording in which gene roddenbury talked about the impact. He hoped the show would have on diversity and inclusion. The whole show was an attempt to say that humanity will reach maturity and wisdom on the day that it begins not just to tolerate but to take a delight in differences in ideas and differences in life forms. We transmitted roddenbury's recorded remarks into space for the agencies deep space network asked the panel. Discussion was happening. Astronomers have spotted a group of young stars and star forming gas clouds sticking out of one of our milky way. Galaxy's spiral arms like a splinter from a piece of lumber this previously unrecognized feature of the galaxies sagittarius arm stretches some three thousand light years and was found with help from nasa spitzer space telescope prior to its retirement.
The Autosport Podcast
"roddenbury" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"To see kind of dropped behind so honda toyota bachelor. Go to questions to throw back to you. If i may. The first one is i. It was difficult to get a read. Just how much support there is so. My first question is the think that food can be tempted to do anymore or they just. They've helped out with the hybrid and development. And that's it you carry on now. It's interesting that's an interesting question. I mean said always at goodwood for the for the launch of that puma on the forty jim folly was a full performance had mount rushmore was asked to plies you can have from the blue oval and so that was that was significant song. This is important to ford. Also put a little pressure. And i was ball but certainly what i asked the questions rush burke and the tell you about can we say will. Will this be a full ford manufactured back in the future i. It's very quiet. All goes very quiet a sports thirty. We have a deal in place. This is what we're gonna get. We're not it's not gonna get any bigger them than what we have. Now this is this is the situation. This is how it could be out of compete. Quite to the same level as toyota. Earnhardt died which is interesting but anyway rush brooke when asked rush broke. He said a comment on that. So maybe he's trying to play it cool. Maybe they might do something. But i think well this hinges on Is event in america now. Wbrc are pushing pretty hard for this unfold of the key people behind this push so If that comes off who knows maybe we could see back in a proper proper. Why the very excited about this. And then not. They're not in it to be run as they need to win. And when they put their resources together as we saw said i saw in australia with the mustang invasive because absolutely dominated went that. Full performance designed mustang. They talk about when they get that. Big guys on say it's gonna be interesting but certainly as of course a diet thing we're gonna say a full force effort. Setting company is my second question then which becomes even more crucial as draw the lineup. So the reason that one of the reasons the m.'s. Borough to win the challenge twenty seventeen because malcolm ford and absolute blinder managed to get hold of. Oj on these magical missed utah. Let's win the championship with every call possibly has ever seen novelli stage during his career from sicher rather quickly. Yeah he he obviously made the difference for them and that's no criticism of their car and drive up but have anyone on the. You said you'll pace the all the big names that have been taken Base there anyone that could house fill that void for the next couple of years. It's it's an interesting one and if you do myself look on piper for the examine the whole project. The car certainly the noises the of making. They're very excited about how good this is gonna be so. It's going to be any qualms with the car is but you're absolutely right without a solid. Dragline you have a great car. Not not deliver so There'll be a lot of pressure on them certainly with ford in the back in as they have to cheat deliver this but it's going to be tricky and i think it will really rests on how well i for my guys because this is. They caught opinion all their hopes on this moment. He's the one who's really locked in Over not totally locked in but he will be there next year in some. Some guys were pretty constantly. Consigned that He is the next real heart and the next time for french. Rally in the fact that this kid is as already sat in a rally. Cal i on four years ago and he's already in the top flight. Wrc's goodies first stage in this season. And let's be honest. Isn't the most competitive. I think there's a lot of potential in him county. Deliver next year is going to be a big ask. Think that will need someone experienced on the only really so experienced hades that they can try and get his crowd brain who is available and i have been token to so it will be interesting to see if i can snap someone like brain or maybe esa pekka lappy if he can come back through the any really to expires. Names left that. I can try of build this around but i do agree. I think i need an experience head. I think foremost got the talent easy yet. I'm not sure he's also the first night. And most of the young up and coming. Try draws surely sebastian. What's about emc subsequent fighting attention now. He's really good. Recall of brought to you wrote pace on the website this last week about him Really likes that. Sebastian has said he's a real talent for the future. So if you've got that sort of backing from loeb this guy's gonna be good whether he can be good from twenty twenty two onwards set From straight y eight. I think it might take another year before. We see just how good he will be. But he's twenty six and that's quite young these days for for some of the rally jobs the low on we've got road from power and and only solberg in that but the violent the current crop. He's of the youngest. You mentioned that he's twenty-six radical for the first time full years ago did. Did you have a background in circuit ratio. Carting or anything. It just kinda sport. Quite light just A first real event he did was twenty sixteen in talent spotting rally contest and he wanted in france which ever since then he sort of picked it up. He's very light to the sport and and just had caught meteoric rise. So it's an interesting one i in. It's caught caught is unsure why he was satellite to whether it was funding trout. Struggles of that but yeah. I interesting light developer. That's that's interesting. Very impressive. And the reason i ask is because there are a couple of drivers on the french seen the moment where i i recognize name He was in formula three. If you years ago red eye obviously changed tack so expensive to make single. Let's let's try rally. These i think is exciting. Time for wwl say next year you three brand new cars new technology It looks like the level playing field for for for once We could we could say say a could really be anyone with without doing a full season. It really could be anyone's. I was just gonna say that creates that creates a vacuum doesn't because if you level the playing field days you all it's also the fact that he's yeah 'cause the tana quick but string together norville we'll find a way to disappear into a tree somewhere or whatever and just keep bank in the point so once he's gone it'll be just say he see who feels the void. I mean you think tannock probably will be depending on how quickly value impera can become a fully rounded driver. Absolutely i think i think roddenbury's probably the next big thing of getting that weight on his belt now in estonia huffing will really see a different rovan payer next year he might just have to step up. Because i j not being there he might have to really type it on on on himself. Obviously we had to have open that we shouldn't forget elephant. But i think in some stock a even peres probably the one that could be the next dominant force. Of course those spoiled. I have connections now as they are now building the stock engine for btc from next year Just just talk us a bit about your thoughts on on how i was going with that project. Marcus yeah it seems to be progressing quite well obviously massively in conjunction with cosworth. Who are doing the electronics for the hybrid system. So so that's going to be a completely new angle to bring into the btc next year. Well i say next year but late. September if you're at silverstone btc you'll see it This year because i'm they speed works run. Toyota corolla in which andrew jordan has been doing. Most of the test and development work is going to be entered into the race at silverstone barring disaster And the the intention is to..
We Hate Movies
"roddenbury" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"You step on a mouse trap. I should probably pornography. I put it on. We're not be right there drift away. Especially with kirstie alley vulcan ears. I should probably say. This was the first time i've watched all the way i see me. Beat i've seen it all and work like also like i'm not. I'm not shocked because any listener of this show knows that chris cabinet is an outlier with star trek. He's not a fan and that's okay. So what did you are really good. Would you think it's really good. I is my favorite of the star trek movies. Yeah i would say that. I'm oh so just really quickly. Nicholas meyer story totally awesome. So ages ago i played wrath of khan for a night Just as a fun like oh it's fucking whatever. It was like a saturday night at a at a movie theater. We have to say this for the new listener. All right yes. I during the day. I'm a film curator. I was playing this. At the jacob burns film center and so we get an email Sub someone says to me like oh we got an email from somebody something. Meyer saying something about your playing her sons movie. Report that for fishing. So i guess there's email forwarded to me and it's nick lissette myers mother. She lives asia question. Seven hundred years old. I think she's like inter eighties. The genesis device was this was like five years ago. maybe she's passing by nikki. Miss mr meyer. Your mother's online lonzo. She never she never got over that affair with president taff. Oh yeah she's like this is all right. I'm sorry no. It's i mean it's not really much of a story so she says i. I saw that you're playing my son's movie and she lived in the area and said you know He's a big fan of your theater and sometimes he goes when he comes and visits me. Do you want me to let them know that you're playing the movie as like whatever. Yeah it's a public screening. Doesn't matter buy a ticket though totally. No records related late. Yeah this lady was fisher for free tickets. I think that's what that way. So she tells him this. Motherfucker buys himself a plane ticket from la flies to new york does a in really. Yeah then they didn't ask for like You know per diem or anything like that. He was like oh cool. I love that area. I love that theater. I would love to come talk about my movie. And it fucking sucked ass dude. Because why i had to miss it. I wa. i was step on a mouse traps. I kept stepping on. Rakes like sideshow. Bob no but i was travelling. Whatever it was. I couldn't i couldn't make but he was apparently like so rad. He was the nicest dude stayed around for ages. Because of course you've got those fucking nerds coming up a wizard. He's suffered the every single nerd and he stuck around. Yeah it was great as i have nothing but goodwill nicholas music definitely underrated director. Even time after time is pretty fun. Little wells versus not dracula. Almost terrific he's like a grounded. Realistic dracula malcolm mcdowell and who Subdued so The show was christopher reeve malcolm mcdowell and somebody else. Mary steenburgen michael york think. Michael york may go michael york. That might be said. Sorry worry sandy. Show star trek off the air as it did and About ten years later they're like hey let's or twelve years. It was seventy eight. The first movie seventy nine motion picture nine. Seventy nine seventy nine Motion picture comes out. It does well but everybody kind of hates it Yeah you know what i mean and and it was over budget budgets. They didn't make a lot of money. Like i et cetera et cetera. They're like hey roddenberry fuck you. We want a movie. That's a movie as opposed to like and also for the record. I really liked the mush. It'd be. I think it's underrated. I think the visuals are really cool. I think it was kind of a victim of like. I watched it i on vhs. And it's like yeah. He was watching a static television but also lura looks incredible. It's very much not the television. Show yes and it's very much you know it's eleven years after two thousand one but you kind of have a sequence with similar. I think it's actually a really good movie. I see a lot of people. That are like yeah. How about an episode on star trek. The nope not good. I mean It a sore spot of course is that there's a fucking child rapist as a main character dude should burn for all eternity man treasure chest fucking material isn't it so Roddenbury goes away. They're like hey what have we made the movie fun Oh fun that's what about villain that's not like. I don't know like a misunderstanding of the voyager yet don't have classic spelling error. I love that though. What a great feature buddy. It's so rad. If you don't see it coming. I remember the first time i watched it. Well i will say first time. I tried to watch star trek the motion picture. I was a little kid. And i was like this is barring fell asleep like immediately. I was freaked out by the dude. Getting fucked up in the transporter. That's always great. What came back wasn't human. Or whatever. But other than that i was like. Why are they all wearing like fucking tan cult costumes. I didn't get it. The uniforms were were not as good as bad. Yeah i feel like it's probably roddenberry. Getting into his like utopian. Whatever the fuck believes that. He had sign noted out in time after time. It was david warner data.
"roddenbury" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"That's cool Vital the difference and ronald d moore. And ira cyrus stephen bear also a they had the staple of people that were just ready to break out and they ended up running their own shows down the road because they were that talented. So that some of the people. I mean the people who survived from second season as well unlike melinda snodgrass will keep recommending yet. They came through from the second season as well as right. I think they found life difficult in the fed season. They left at the end of those. But that's for me. That's definitely not going to one of those magic moments. When star trek came into focus absolutely deliver the the people that in an per whatever reason the people that couldn't hook into the old show. Because you know the effects weren't all that great and and you know cardboard sets you know paper caves and things and frankly i'm not gonna name names but some of the acting wasn't all that fantastic but but next gen they really cast everybody. Well and gene was very involved so he had more money to work with. For one thing. I think roddenbury rece- crises skills was costing. Absolutely when you look at the research has just finished a you know. We talked about the voyage of what we did last year. We just finished the original series equivalent book And you realize that The the chemistry between chattanooga and neiman is extraordinary. Absolutely something we've never seen it since it's just hard to bottomland now and that that comes down to just the writing is obviously very important but to the to the actors bringing something and the way they play off one another. They make one another better yet like you know. That's what you get with gregg accesses that they make the other accident the same by some. Yeah yeah. I mean as i get older and having spoken to him. I think to me were grounds. The show really keeps me. I kept me coming back. And still i look forward to seeing is leonard nimoy spock was just is his performance was just so damn good and he didn't get the accolades when the show is on..
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"roddenbury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
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Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"roddenbury" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Hex tara knew uncle sam and freedom fighters series and a whole bunch of things that are coming this way. I just want to tell you that i listen. I fight talk. And if you're not listening sifi you really need to get on the ball. Thank you very much on this edition of sci-fi talk we kind of have something old and something new. I a conversation with bryce zabel talking about his then series dark skies how it was about to premiere on nbc literally days away from our broadcast on new york radio as he did join me that one night with ernest slowly live on the phone. We'll have that conversation and also afterwards we'll zoom ahead to two thousand and seven as we look back on dark skies and the possibility of it being released on dvd. but first. let's go back to nineteen ninety-six. Sifi talk on the airwaves getting. I'm tony la and welcome sifi talk. Our theme is written by. Larry carter rally recovers science fiction. Fantasy horror genre comics collectibles to live gas and tapes interviews. Tonight's guest is a very interesting person. Bryce zabel the executive producer of a new show called dark skies next week. We'll have jerry taylor. The executive producer of star trek voyager and author of a new book called mosaic. She'll be online. We'll in the near future also preview a new season of sightings on its new home the sci-fi channel with award winning host. Tim white that series starts on october. Four th at eight. Pm on the scifi channel later on tonight you can call and talk to our guests presevo. Joining me is always is my co host ernest. Louis tony and good evening. Everyone yes we'll be talking to bryce in a moment bew also have a book review coming up a little later. Right or a preview. the sparrow. Mary russell's first novel. It's excellent okay. Great all right. Let's continue with our month. Long tribute to star trek with a look at the klingons since the original series gene roddenbury has always wanted to expand upon the klingon culture and history that took a giant leap in nine hundred four. When dr mark. Oakland developed the language. Actually the language was developed by jimmy doing in the first film and then he took that language and added some syntax to it. And all the things you need to. He was called and did the language and he talks about what the roots of klingon are. It's not based on any particular language Now having said that you can't help but be influenced by what you know and languages that i studied the most about were American indian languages primarily those on the west coast And those mostly those in the san francisco bay area in california and also languages in southeast asia and china. so there's influences room influences on klingon from From north america and eastern asia. But it's not intentionally based on any of those things although everyone's find myself on my god. I should stop doing that. That's like something or other. That sounds like burmese to me. Don't do that anymore. That sounds like navajo. Don't do that anymore. And i would switch gears immediately. Imagine playing a character. That is both klingon. Roxanne dawson comments about her character. Balloons tourism her. Voyager episode where her two sides were separated with the help of some alien. The hardest part was getting absolutely no credit when it was over because nobody believed that. I was doing the klingon. They all want to know who hired the actor. Klingon half and i went. It was me. I mean like marcia marcia i worked i worked so hard on that and it scared the hell out of me because it came very early on in the whole process in the first season i barely knew who we alana was let alone what her two sides when i was handed the script. I really panicked. Because i thought this is the third fourth season script. This is not a first season script. And i thought to myself. I know that i could do this better in three years or four years i decided to tackle it as a learning experience in other words. Use it to figure out what our sides were like to kind of help. Inform me as i moved on and that was the best way to do it to really tackle it. As what is this gonna tell me about who she is really and the writers were so fabulous. I mean i had absolutely. They fed me everything that i need it. In that role it was a wonderful opportunity to be able to do that. Sci-fi talks look at star trek's first thirty years will continue next week as we look at star trek and other media and we'll also have voyager executive producer and co creator taylor online ernest understanding half an interesting book to talk about do. Do you want to look now. We're gonna talk slowly. Let's do that now. Or we're gonna talk about wedge this dave's over though we are okay. The sparrow Cultural anthropologist. Mary russell's first novel. I hope it gets all the attention. It deserves the stories about the discovery of radio signals from a planet of alpha centauri and the expedition sent to explore and make contact with the aliens and increasingly popular move. The expedition is not run by government but by the catholic church and man by collection of jesuits people as the author says the book's prologue they went for the reason jesuits have always gone to the farthest frontiers of human exploration. They went for the greater. Glory of god. They meant no harm mary. Russell makes it no secret that the expedition comes to a disastrous end as she tells the story into narratives one. The retelling of what happened by the only survivor. A jesuit priest and linguist and the other the story of discovery in preparation for the voyage if the soft sciences can yield heart. Sf than this is it. The sparrow explores the cultures of both the alien inhabitants of rock hat and the jesuit explorers to intelligent and engaging characters. The story provides a mix of spatial spiritual and personal exploration. That i was happy. To be along the sparrow by mary. Russell is from random house and despite his october release date. It's bookstores now. Okay well that sounds pretty. Good right voyage okay. Voyager okay last night really the first episode the season for my money Michael piller is not with them The other episodes we've seen were really holdovers from last season What did you think about the look of the episode. I well as they were advertising. A grittier episode. It certainly was that. I thought also from a writing standpoint. It was better than average for voyager. Two i'm not sure whether it's getting away from the original series concept or actually back towards it maybe in retrospect next generation as a departure. I think it's one of these. Time will tell things. I think what they're trying to do is to fill out the delta quadrant. Which is i believe where there lost and sort of show you more raises and just the case on which they seem to dwell on too much last year i want to just quickly that it was nice to see george tocchet back in action one more time in that episode last week. Yes it was. It was great to see him again. We'll be back with bright zabel. But i this back on sci-fi telecom tony tomato. Okay let's get on with our guest. Bright sable left his post as a journalist to write it for an emmy award. Winning shows like la law and life goes on. He was one of the producers. Responsible for shaping the first season of lois and clark the adventures of superman and also created mantis an african american superhero series his new series debuts this saturday at eight pm on nbc channel four and has called dark skies zabel welcomed the sci-fi talk. Thanks very much. It's great to be with you guys okay. Well we've seen a lot of the promos and it looks very exciting. But i think just to get it.
"roddenbury" Discussed on Art Talk
"Welcome to art asked. I'm your host and climate. And i'm here with my co host. Erin how you doing. I'm doing just great dan. How are you longer great. Your hair looks nice. Did you colored or what you you did. Yeah red highlights on it. That's nice you free with. What do you remember. What brand of product use trying to remember. I'm not no free plugs for those guys so everybody would welcome everybody back. We've been Really enjoying creating these podcast and helping artists out getting a lot of good feedback from people people requesting to be on the podcast which is really exciting. Were being heard in many many countries which also very exciting today. We're going to be talking to a multi talented film producer actor from mexico named farah evers and we should have fairer on the liner. You with the spirit side there you go and say how your hi farah farah. The i am opening up my content here on the screen. But you're When i talk to you. I thought it was that you were filmmaker. But you're actually an actor filmmaker a designer and an author so you covered a lot of ground there so what which of those do you think captures more of your time. I would say everything catches my time equally. Because as he know independent filmmakers. We have to be everything in the project. And i basically direct produce my my own stuff and i in them but i also act in other projects as well and a work as a producer co director and so on with productions. Well i guess if if aaron here's every in mexico she can help you out. She's been in production for us. I don't wanna say how. And i'm twenty nine and a half the other. Yeah errands worked on production manager so earn work done west wing tv show for years. She worked on gilmore. Girls mental issue were done Spiderman fills and all these big movies. Yeah i've worked above and below the line so i'm I'm all i'm all for teamwork. You know your fantastic i mean. Yeah if find yourself down here please. Let's collaborate unsafe rubber. Be cool absolutely. So can you tell me Farah as far as being a creative person. Give a memory of something Early early on when you were really young that you did that was creative. That got people's attention that really had an impact on you The first thing i started with. I came into the movie industry. Very late I'm not mexican by the way. I just have to clarify this. I am dutch lebanese. I grew up in lebanon in the beginning when the middle east and so my background is a little bit rob. So there was no way for me to pursue my dreams. So i started out as a writer and my very first You would say a release as writers was when i was around like twelve years old. I wrote a sci fi story was migrated from scifi. It was pretty strange for a little girl to write something sifi in english. What what part of the world. Where you in when you did that never non so. How common was it for twelve year. Old girl in lebanon to write a saipan story. It was the saifi. Was something a strange or it wasn't common so talk got it got some attention published noted how were you exposed to sifi I started reading at a very young age because we grew up in a war torn country and there wasn't much entertainment going on. i mean. of course we have. Tv's and all that but most of the time when there was no electricity. Nothing else to do. I would read. And i started very early. Which also surprised by parents would they found it very weird. 'cause you know i was very young always with a book in my hand every time. We traveled With our parents. I would go straight at the airport. Go straight to the bookstore and pick out a book that was my everybody goes for toys. I would go to book. So that seems seems seems like that established and independence for you indeed indeed did and i kept on reading a the i remember. My saifi was Douglas adams or as i don't remember exactly we have that whole series of books. Yeah we have the entire. We have the entire series of his works. Douglas adams and as off both have impacted my writings either. Wow yeah. I love them love them. You know my my early memory of scifi. Because i was bored in the late fifties Was the star trek television show. I mean we were exposed to sci-fi obviously before that but that show really had a huge impact on me and what's really interesting to me is gene. Roddenberry is the only one who predicted correctly. How things would beat today. Closer than anyone i've ever seen. And if you think about it when you watch blade runner. For example blade runner depicts the future but no one's carrying a communication device at any kind. Nobody has a cell phone so they didn't creators of blade. Runner didn't envision that part of it where gene roddenbury way back in the late fifties thought the idea of having a personal communicator. In the future wonders studied wonder. He studied tesla. Well not only did he. Not only did it. The the cellphone idea the flip phone idea down. But he also people would bring captain kirk tablet. Electric tablet was in nineteen sixty sixty. Something they bring him. An electric tablet with a little kim looking thing which in the future turned out to be a a pad with a stylist and there's just example after example after example of of him really nailing it when it came to predicting the future. You know so Thera what's what's the project that you've worked on that you just it's just close to your heart. Say lady morten. Oh yeah current project. That is input deduction right. Now it is it is my baby. It is my cure. And i'm sorry. I was gonna say My spanish is not very stellar. Not good at all actually But we're to means death correct lady death lady dot it okay. So Can you tell us. obviously you. Don't wanna give the whole thing away but can give some idea what that's about lutely Lady morte is action movie mainly about revenge redemption and reformation The story about like a group of elite assassins called the heritage and one of them It herself and she gets set up by one of the previous clients. Like who forces her to break one of the heritz sacred rules which is like no women no children and hampered by.
RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"roddenbury" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"At this point. So i was not seeing dorothy every week anymore and then the next thing that happened was oh i. I went to Sci fi convention at the ambassador hotel with a very early version of comecon on you know Not under that title but a gathering seifan fan. The the animated show had a panel. And i don't think that either roddenbury or a dorothy were there but whoever was on stage announced a list of names of rights that they had hired in my name was announced. Nobody knew my name. But i couldn't believe it. I didn't even expect it that. So this was definitely official next so kind does by waiting and waiting and if i placed any calls remember they weren't returned to be. That was not in contact with anybody from Dorothy was the only person i ever dealt with. Gene was kinda upstairs. And i never had a meeting with him. The only time you had met him was previously that class when again that night. But i got an ansi and i said i wait to rightness thing so i wrote the script based on the outline that i'd been paid for and then i sent it in and that was a big mistake. That's a professional. No no and the next thing. I know get a rejection letter which i still have an accredited in the book telling dorothy explaining that they gina changed his mind about doing. The story was showing it which happens. So isn't it had nothing to do with the quality of the writing. But they decided against doing that story and because they had not authorized meter to write the script. They were refusing to piglet scripting considering a spec gus mission so that was devastating to be at the time of had. I told everybody. I'm a big big shot tv right now and so that turned out badly to me and And that was the end of the class by the way at the end of the two year college show. I don't think she continued teaching after that anyway. So i never saw after that i was in touch with her and i never watched that animated show because not experienced to me was so disappointing. I couldn't bring myself oxidized early. They produce in the second season out to run burying. The dorothy had left. Did produce an episode called albatross. I found this out years later. Same story it had obviously been assigned to a different writer. A writer who had apparently no other tv credits. So i'm thinking somebody sugano. Who's and a it was not my strength because they sent back to me. I i don't believe any of them. They're immigrant you rent it. They weren't allowed. The lawyers would allow them to read it so they send it back to me but a year later when they were gone that film ation executives Decided to do that story after all on my name was not credited but i didn't even find out about that two years later so all in all that's quite a roller coaster of an experience for a twenty year old kid right twenty-one whatever i was at the time absolutely it's a heck of a lesson to learn at that age to basically at that point still breaking industry and you get in this fig major gig and you're rejected and that's basically something that professional writers deals a lot in their career so i can tell us you know. How does a writer deal with and cope with an overcome rejection for trying to sell a script or an actor going in an additional time the time and being rejected right. And then you overcome either leave the business altogether to give up or you just persevere. I never doubted my talent. You know what i'm saying. Even though they rejected that script and apparently never read it. I thought it was a good script. I was probably the job. I nothing writing it by the way. I don't have it anymore. I threw that out because again because of the whole experience. I didn't want to be reminded of it. Now i wish i'd saved it but So i i believe in my talent and other you know in the two years of dorothy as a student were incredibly successful. It looked none of other students in that class. Scum the simon on an actual show that paid real money right so at least i had that although is not at this point accredited. I could claim because it was produced so a few years went by and i got on at odd jobs and a night job as a security guard at a movie studio and i continued writing spec scripts for various shows on television in long story short. I wrote a streets of san francisco that they blocked and shot a week later. And i quit the guard job and not began my career as a tv writer and i never looked back and i did eventually come back to the world of star trek. But in the meantime i was writing shows like streets of san francisco barnaby jones chips and off of the period detective and cop shows before we move on to talk about some of your work in ninety s star. Trek i just wanna ask them or question about dorothy. Fontana tell us like what is the most valuable lesson that you learned from your time being taught by her how to pitch stories when it comes to mind. Because i didn't know anything about that in a lot of people who registered in the writing career. Don't understand that either because you couldn't tough to read about that in a magazine. The magazine's didn't even discuss it. They discuss about writing the script discuss. Looks like what the mechanics was into writing stripped but the t to to realize that you have to go in and kitsch brutally pitch and i was shy. I wasn't used to getting up in front of a room of people in speaking like that and a pitch can sometimes be to one. Producer can sometimes be follow eight or nine people you as a freelancer. Usually don't know when you walk in. You know who's going to be there so you have to be prepared and dorothy hunt. Dorothy class taught me that. I remember listening to some of the other kids pitching and she herself would pitch across give examples of how she might do it and she was kind of soft spoken to others on you know. You have your own stylist as a pitcher. I tend to be kind of bombastic and maybe even get up and start walking around the room. If i get excited about a story every writer has their own style. So quick question is pitching with something that i totally learned about. 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"roddenbury" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I think it was really cool. Is that you went into how you developed warf that you didn't use contractions his fighting style you went with dennis maddalone the senate coordinator and figured out a way he would fight. That would be very different and it was cool that you cook that much time in and really and i think that's why the character resonate so much because there's a lot of effort put into it once you realize that you're going to be a lot of time with this character. You have a lot. Invested in and gene roddenbury to something that i think was very smart with a For producers and i think a lot of producers from that generation. Kind of like that. I asked him like the second second episode of the first season. I said what he want scared to. What do you want me to do. And he said basically making sure that. Was you know like christmas to the two actors. You have an opportunity to actually create something and when you do that you have a lot invested So you start thinking of things to okay. How can i improve this character. How can i make him. You know less this. And more this or whatever the case and and luckily for me unlike a lot of actors not on our show but a lot of actors have to kind of go and claude scratch for people to write stuff for them. I was lucky. The writers just took off with what. I brought to the character and ran road. Some incredibly wonderful things In next generation and deep space. So so i was very fortunate. You were very lucky that when you went to d. s. Nine ron moore was there who had a knack for writing these amazing klingon stories. Yeah you just piling on piling them on i. I'll tell you a very funny story. Is that while how funny it is. But i thought it was very cute. That whenever rod moore would be would write a clown episode. He grow a goatee. Whenever i see him he be clean-shaven. An i'd say hey route ninety allah and then when i next time i see if he has a goatee s at warf episode goes. Yeah so great. That's great. I gotta say the the best episode there was some great episodes but i thought the best episodes for war were of the two that he wrote on deep space which is once more into the breach and soldiers of the empire. Yeah fantastic fantastic. Yeah yeah there's so many You know to to pick and And i it's just it and you know i've heard about your your pitch for a series and it totally dovetails what. I've always thought that warf is the ultimate klingon being raised by humans. He has the best qualities of that and yet still follows klingon traditions and can really be in a great leadership position to guide the empire back to back to honor back to you know the details and the rituals that they did in the past and not so much on conquering as they were you know during especially during kirkstall the main the main scene of louis of the of the spinoff that i wrote is basically survival.
Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"roddenbury" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Know playing off. Each other might have been more interesting as opposed to just one or the other challenge to kind of like just take all this stuff and infuse some life into it and weakened weak out. We'd just go all right. How do we keep this link as alive as possible. You know when you're playing the same thing over and over again. You're like this and i would work pretty hard at it. You know and i'd hire a coach to go over the script and just try and bring his as much dynamic sort qualities or power to it as possibly could. yeah. I watched and didn't hardly watch the fourth here but i have to commend you on what you did and i also have a daytime. Tv background is that something. Now that the series is over the you might consider going back to or what is it. You're looking to do now to maybe expand your horizons a little. I think my sensibilities are probably more like Probably more independent film move but just can't seem to crack that kind of like genre. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go to italy and see if i can't work there and It might just be more my my sensibilities. I get that feeling like i'm. I'm playing a character when i'm acting in television and that's how i got this job. I like all right. I have to play this leading man character. And so maybe i'm at i'm at odds internally with it you know it's like i could be in los angeles. I can work in television but it might be a little bored so i need to be challenged. Then i guess maybe culturally speaking. You know if. I take myself out of this culture and put myself in another culture in. Just be a little more exciting. So maybe i'm thinking about doing daytime like a soap opera in italy. And then maybe a work my way into italian film. I do speak the language pretty well. I've been studying for the last like maybe real hard for less like three months and often on for the last eight months and it's all of a sudden now it's starting. Something's happening that's cool. I wish you the best. I think i think as as a person you always have to think of new things to do and and i think you'll come back as even a better actor because you're trying something totally different. I think that's it. If i'm not i find if if i'm not interested in what i'm doing i'm just i'm one of by become a bad actor to just become disinterested in life and three or whatever and then i guess the answer is like you know well then you got to do something else. You're bored nothing. Nothing good happens. Well i wish you the best. And as i said. I think it's awesome. I'm actually would like to see earth. Final conflict come on dvd. And and hopefully you guys will be brought back to do some commentary. I think that would be awesome to hear your thoughts looking at it from his in the screening room and hearing what you guys have to say about these scenes and what memories come back i think would really need and preserve some of the good parts of the show that some of us liked. Yeah well thanks tony. I mean it says a europe fan. And they think ben's sorta like deserve to know some of the stuff that just goes on and it's interesting from all aspects because it is both nino show it's a show and it's a business and there's some has to be a marriage there and i don't know i think in the end some of the inherent roddenbury quality sort of prevail. You know and it's about it's about human beings and it's about you know. I always thought the shows about free. Will i said what a concept man that we can choose what we want and that was the whole thing about the my character in the towns. I'm going when in doubt. I would always think what's this scene about. It's like it's about preserving this wonderful quality which is our our ability to choose sell if that's what you know. I've learned in the three years of being. There was a worthy or the endeavor until next time. This is tony..
"roddenbury" Discussed on Something Who
"We noticed a little while ago that there was something that you akin to draw attention to his or anything else that you wanted to flog while your app. Give up opec well. The youtube channel hopefully will burst back into life and mia moments days weeks. Hopefully not months probably not years. I've been of a sneak preview. There is some astonishing stuff to come. Funky this new new torrential seen two episodes now. There is a theoretical series. Two of what. We call terry nation army in development and a rather than working on that. I've just been just doing random. Things catch my interest in the dodd. This and says terry nation's attitude to space travel and random things fantastic mean whatever is will always be interested to to to what it because everything's so far has been high quality and thought provoking. Thank you the reading a done on dollar invasion of today has made me wanna do a video on all of the stuff in dollar invasion of earth. Which is david whitaker's roddenbury nations. Like the dollar coming out the thames. That is david whitaker. Not terry nation. So i would like to dive into the such a look of scholarship. There have been buried philosophers and people who have dedicated their lives throughout the centuries to determining who wrote different books of the bible. Rosen rewrote the vision tower and the and the other books ways of both. And then you'd have to settle differences. That are great logical moment to many of the people of this planet and they pale into insignificance. They might not bothered cabin. I know. I've often thought though i love you. Wake at night thinking. Just how incredible my body of work. A whole drills any Final thoughts or things. You went to plug before disappear lack ninety six full. Tv pence will miami mighty I play We will news liaise. Mr mr wilder will news even pvc to Representing geffen's so yeah enjoy that. His wealthy victoria throwing mitchell has actually nothing else. I'll have to record interview with myself for the bonus disc full coming big. Finish release over. That's the it's not that that's so. Come tell you what it is but some just wanted to say ask left out with yourself. Yeah well in the style of alan partridge delegates. Choose any interview. I do michael parkinson for one another. Tell me about your child. So i i actually took talking about hockey. I missed the lead on this. Which is of course with with for for for few seconds all all yorkshire toughtest team. Long last jedi whitaker and mandy. Gil i mean not only we've seen catch on the scene to schedule. Despoiled at purity. But for a brief moment to the yorkies can rejoice in the fact that we have surfaced on and the fed some an all female team least stories that we can. Well let's have at least two episodes one for the people wonder and female team. Another one. Presumably slight smaller contingent who are desperate and say no one yorkshire him and then bring in moscow. Both of those constituencies can be answered in the same breath tokenism upstream to my friend onto ninety lamb under the bus. He'd never heard of john bishop what he said. I don't even know who john bishop is. I said really. He's a fairly famous. Scouts comedian yeah and he said oh. I've never heard of him. I said i'm amazed. He's on. michael mcintyre eight. Ten cats mock the week stargazing live was in skins and he's been on jonathan ross comic relief many times over the as he had his own shows the mission..
Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"roddenbury" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Conversation with kevin sorbo talking about his days gene roddenberry's and trauma actually just before the beginning of season one and also talks hercules as well. What made you decide to take this part After hercules me. It interesting because i was looking at a couple of different shows at the time. I mean we were wrapping up seeing seven on on hercules. And it was at. This point is a lot May of Nineteen ninety nine. So it's not that long. It sounds long ago but it's not even two years yet and i didn't want to jump back into syndication right away with something. I wasn't really ready that want to commit myself. To and What happened was i was looking at two different two different shows from. Cbs one from abc. And i was talking to the studios involved and then along came major roddenberry and i am a huge star trek original series. I told her. I said as nurse chapel. I said you know. I may have only been like a seven year old kid but i knew right then. I wouldn't have a problem with my sexual preference. Thought she was a baby. She got a big kick out of that but We started talking about the show. And then we talked. I talked with the guys at tribune studios in what their ideas were. And i kind of lay down the huge demand list of what i wanted and they came back and said yes to every single one of my okay. These guys are serious. They really want me. And it's flattering. W be wanted. Let's face it hercules. Want you know universal. What am going to three years on that. But i was just sort of at a breaking point. Beautiful of new zealand wasn't as fun as i had that show and certainly i have. I have days that. I miss it. And i miss my friends down there but I wanted to get back. Closer to america and vancouver's a hop skip and to get back home on top of it. I got a double blessing and having to work on gene roddenbury show. I'm a big fan of his work. What attracts you about dylan hunt as a character you know. I like playing the air. I like playing a good guy like i. You know. I still believe that good is going to survive over evil. I mean i'm hoping alad it's hard to say in this wacky world and right now i'm still you know holding out. That good will be Is the way most people wanna be and it will always try them so You know it's fun to play the euro. What makes this guy thing is that he's not a god or just as comical was i mean. He's still a guy that you know in the you're gonna win the fight. Yeah deal gonna win the fight but she can get hurt. This guy can bleed There's a lot more drama to be played with him from acting standpoint. He's just going to be a far more interesting character for me to play. And i think that potentially there's a longer run for the series. I mean right now. It's just going gangbusters. I mean we were the first to debut number one syndication and studios now talking about season six and seven. I said well. let's just finished season one. How can he complain. It's going with going grade. It really is going good. And i also have to congratulate you It seems you and gordon wolfert are to be pants. Yes we are not of the same child obviously but about about a month apart wild. Isn't that great. It's it's fun loving all my family. I waited a long time to get married. My wife had to put the pressure on. He'd have kids. And i'm excited now that it's happening but you know there's still.
After Hours With Amy Lawrence
Bell sticking with 'formula' over voluntary practice
"I understand that the voluntary. But sometimes it's prudent to volunteer, especially when all your teammates are doing. You got a room full of new guys you're trying to get acquainted with. And they're probably all wondering what's his Levy on bell guy? All about this guy. We're paying all this money to this guy. Who's never played for us before that's money that could have been paid to guys who have been here busting their butts. But the superstar decides he's not going to show up the same petty personal differences that can pollute any workplace in America. Will pop up in the locker room. I guarantee you there are guys in that locker room. They're upset that lady on Bell's not they're they're working. Where's he voluntary? Okay. Fine. Concepts like team building come roddenbury shared sacrifice. But it's voluntary. I saw so many tweets. Emails comments. Was it a story that living on Bill isn't there? It's voluntary. It doesn't have to be there. Okay. Spoken like someone who's never been part of a team before. Maybe bells part of a team. Boy, I'm salty. He's part of a team. He took a huge check from the jets, and he's not there, and he's going to have people in the locker room who are pissed at him. Bell who apparently has heard enough criticism for not being there. Good just go. He issued a public service announcement on Twitter. There was a question from a fan as to when he was going to practice or maybe it was one of his teammates with a burner count. When it's time to play football bell answered. I guess I didn't use the right tone of voice when it's time to play football. That's it. I thought it was a pre-emptive something more. When are you going to be here when it's time to play football? I gotta stick to the formula that works for me to be the best player. I can be. I'm not just trying to win football games. I want to ring I wanna desperately show other his head again. At least he doesn't say the new patriots. I want to desperately show everybody. What I can really do. I'll take the heat right now. Everybody forget about that once January everybody will forget about that. Once January comes around. Okay. Now, coach Adam gates recently said. The bell was here the first week of offseason workouts. And we got a lot of information that week to him. He has a pretty good training regimen that he goes through. We know how to get his body. Right. If you're training camp in the regular season. Okay. Good good. I still guaranteed cases pissed the deep down. He's pissed. The guy's not there. He's gotta be. Scott. You're trying to build your team. You can't build your team on one of the guys off working out on his own. And I think we in the media allow ourselves to be shouted into a corner on this. Yes. It's voluntary. No coaches aren't allowed to say. It's not voluntary. They're not allowed to do. Anything suggested is involuntary. But you know, what? When you got other guys, they're already said busting their butts. Maybe