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Jennifer Lopez to Perform at Joe Biden's Presidential Inauguration
"This is daily. Bob guys j.lo's world and we're just living in it. She just dropped her sexy new music video in the morning where she gets completely new more most of it her body's just you know we don't even need. We don't need to go down that road again. We've talked about that body enough Her eternal glow up. In general hotness are featured on the february issue of elle magazine. i'm obsessed with blue cover. sheen unreal And then he news broke the story just a short time ago that she is performing at biden's inauguration lady gaga is going to be singing the national anthem Jaylo what do you think. She's going to sing at the inauguration. You don't really have a choice on what you sing. It's kinda sorta like an adult. You know like talent shows you remember beyond say sung at james at last a lot of controversy would etta james so you're connoisseur to at the beck and call of the president and the vice president but i have a feeling she's going to pick a tune that has to do with women empowerment because she is a kamala fan. I don't think it's going to be one of hers. Classic okay
Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania
"Just thought it was safe. Remember talking about that Noblest about monolith That was in You know the hinterlands utah well and it suddenly disappeared. Well another one has suddenly appeared. This time in romania just in case you're keeping track of the ever revolving monolith as it seems to be making. Its way around the world. Is that the same one. Eight fifty now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. Gay dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the collision specialist studios. Yep less than two weeks after authority stumbled literally across that mysterious metal object standing freely in the utah desert kind of looked like a giant and just days after disappeared while a similar monolith has been reported nearly halfway around the world. Oh those aliens pissy. Aren't they where in. The world is the monolith residents in the romanian city and for you of romanian descent. I apologize if i mangle. The city's name but residents in the romanian city of piatra nipped said they have found another odd item. That could have been ripped from the set of two thousand one. A space odyssey local newspaper reported by npr reports that the monolith like the one discovered in. I believe it was southeastern. Utah is about ten to twelve feet. Tall apparently composed entirely of a dimly reflective metal. It was reportedly found that standing on a plateau near archaeological site overlooking the city journal. Fm local radio station there recorded video the purported revealing an eye aching sheen and looped markings among its are along at surface. Now apparently not the same one so here enter. Andrei cal cal. Bolivia mayor of piatra neom. Well he appears to be taking the news in stride saying there's no reason to panic for those who think there is still life in the universe this according to a translation of a facebook post that he posted after the discovery surfaced on friday according to this translation by the independent he went on to say my guess is is that some alien cheeky and terrible. Teenagers left home with their parents. Ufo and started planting metal monoliths around the world. i and utah and then at piatra nipped. I am honored that they chose our city now. The monolith in utah disappeared less than a ten days. After officers from the state's department of public safety for spotted authorities profess their utter confusion at its presence. In utah's country. They were no less confused by its sudden disappearance overnight on friday poof just like that and adventure. Photographer said that. He spotted for men dismantling of so. It wasn't alien. Maybe they were masquerading as human spot photographer. Saying he's spotted for men dismantling the structure this according to the new york times and all that was left of the structure on saturday morning. And you can fire up google earth and see. This was a triangular metal piece that used to be on top and a whole where the base of the tower stood this according to the salt lake. Tribune hey it gives us something other to talk about then the craziness going on. Well i suppose it would fall into that category but all of the bad craziness going on throughout twenty twenty now. The bureau of land management. Utah denied moving the structure. Well and as for that. Those so mysterious monolith in romania kabylia's said he had no answers himself but that he wouldn't be all that upset. If the found mystery happened to attract tourists to city adding beyond the conspiracy theories. That can be tempting. I'd like to see this randomness as further proof that our city is special for the earthlings. And maybe not only for them as the monolith mystery deepens
Painting Exterior Brick
"You're listening to the beautiful mess podcast this week. We're talking all about painted exterior brick. I've learned so much from painting three howson row and this last time we things a little bit differently and learned even more. I know the painting brick can be controversial but we're passionate about how much it can improve home like my nine thousand nine hundred ninety s half brick half stucco home. The difference is night and day. it's magical also answering a listener question about wedding registry. Must have this. Week's episode is sponsored by leah lonnie. We'll chat more about them later in the sewed all right. Let's talk about painted brick. This is very controversial. Like you know the comments get heated. It's funny to me that it's even do people care a lot about painting brick and they care a lot about how you store display. Your books are some controversial topics universe. Okay i saw. How many times have you painted the exterior brick of a home. Not one not two but three times all right so first of all about five years ago. We painted our first home when we moved to nashville and we painted about a year after we moved in and we lived there for four years with the brick painted nowhere and tear except for the front porch where we step down on it and it's like also rains on and little bit different. That would touch every year but the rest of the brick nowhere and tear whatsoever and also like painting. A floor is very different from painting a wall. Yeah we all know the obvious and then our last home so you know that we famously moved into a house and moved out four months later so we painted that home it was it was it was an unintentional flip as soon as we realized we needed and wanted to sell it quickly. I scheduled my local painter to campaign to any came the next week and painted it and he did a great job It was very quick. It made it faster mo- We'll talk more about that later in the episode Whether or not it adds value is definitely like a big question and then our current home where we just moved to. We had it painted a couple of weeks ago. And we used a new material that we've never used before romo bio paint and it is a lime based paint so it's natural it's nontoxic it's not actually paint but it's like painting brick with brick is how they say that if you feel it still feels like brick there's no gloss to it all there's no sheen to it all it's perfectly mad and it said to age really well over time and we thought it was cool that it was environmentally friendly and lasts a little bit longer so i also like that you've kind of tried a bunch of different so you can i mean i just feel like that lind's to your with painting brick so people are interested it's like oh well should i use this type this type or what's the most affordable way to go about it or whatever for shar so on that note let's get into some common things that people like to ask Are your neighbors okay with it. You're in a little bit of a cold sack. Yeah your neighbors are fairly close. Not like right up against your house but you can definitely see their houses from your house and yours is the one white one. Everyone else has unpainted brick. So every where we've lived out of these three houses it's been mostly brick homes and our home kinda stood out why it was never the only like especially where we live. Now there's quite a few brick homes in the subdivision but not right next to ours. So i think that it. I think that it does stand out but one of our neighbors ran right over the next after we did it and said to jeremy that they had always nicknamed our house the institutional looking house and now it looks way better so funny. That's a really nice really really nice osei and we also like yeah. We wanted to make sure that they liked it so it felt good to know that like they were cool with it. Our houses a little bit tucked back. So i didn't feel like it doesn't really like show like you have to be right. It is a little it to see it. it's not a house you would like to drive by when you were like out on a drive. Let's put it that way now. It's kind of tucked away in the hold a sack. But i also just my own perspective. Even if i have a neighbor who paints their house exterior something. That maybe i wouldn't have chosen. I always just seeing. When people are taking care of their homes. I feel like most neighbors feel that way. Of course you want to check if you haven't hoa and they have rules or your neighborhood rules and you're not allowed to paint certain colors or whatever of course check into that. That's very important. Because i think your neighbors might care on that one but on that i really think just like when you have neighbors who are taking care of their house. They mow their lawn. A take care of landscaping. They don't let things become kind of broken or in disrepair even if they painted a caller. That isn't my choice. Which love white. But if i didn't i would still feel like well. At least they're you know spending money on their home in up keeping it in like that's gonna make the neighborhood. Nice place overall just that people care and are putting love and money into their property.
Larsa Pippen Blames Kanye For Kim K. Friendship Demise
"This is sad but larger. Pippen is talking about her falling out with Kim Kardashian and she and sisters and saying that it's all Kanye West's fault. Because Kanye was brainwashed the Kardashians against her. If only it were that easy, right feel like it might be a little bit of the other way around. But tell me more well. Larsson. She's talking about a podcast talking about the rift beginning earlier this year because Kanye didn't trust anyone with Kim Kardashian, which led to Larson and Kim on following each other on Social media. Then Lars believes that Kanye got Kourtney and Khloe to turn on her, too, by making her out to be a bad seed, even though she said she had nothing but love for all of them. Oh, man, rich people problems. You guys. Just larcenous is a sheen Can you never had any serious altercations, But she does mention A new alleged incident between herself and Travis Scott that could've set off Kanye so she's just like it's everybody else's fault. But mine s o. I mean,
Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 16
"Or Bose Davidson whatever you. WanNa call it Yeah and the reason why I chose this is my second film. Today is because Bows Davidson, our boas whatever you WANNA call him. I think, I think you're right. But he also directed the last American Virgin Okay with a girl from twin peaks with the girl from twin peaks and Diane Franklin as well. But if you look down on that list also, Brian Peck, who was the director of the willies the writer and director is also in last American Virgin while and that was not planned I did not follow this movie to get to that movie somehow it just happened to have a weird coincidence. Weird Yeah I had no idea that Scuz- wrote directed at those crazy but it's the only thing they ever let him do. So right at that. Okay. You're done bows or boas whatever you WANNA call him and we gotta find out we really do the sky has been around for awhile. He's produced a ton of films the other to the Golan Globus skies probably just like Oh yeah. They just mountains of cocaine just we'll see what we can put together He directed a movie called Hot Bubblegum. Not Even GonNa read it sounds disgusting in his producing credits you're you're looking at all. A Weird Shit Ya. I don't know where to start. But a lot of horror stuff to walk pos spiders to breeding ground. replicant which I think we've talked about before that. Now that was a van Damme movie yeah. No Code of conduct that is a Golan Globus film. Okay. Sure. Yeah. And hold on a second holy Shit Sorry. Should not have brought that up no code of conduct was written and directed by Bret Michaels of poison. Why? I shouldn't have clicked on that Charlie Sheen and Martin. Shane marked the Costas. I'm sorry. Paul gleason courtney gains I should not click on that I. Apologize Everyone please just fast forward this podcast for another three or four minutes because I'm not going to be able to stop talking about this for a few. So just fast forward and. Put like a child walk on it or. Bret michaels. You should be should be ashamed of your so I should. But there's a ton of movies that this guy did but he also did a bunch of the Rambeau Shit I. Mean he produced I thought they were like three or four Rambos, but there's so much shit. I'm Kinda blind with how much has on there's probably five ramble. and. I could beginning him mixed up with somebody else to you now disregard this. I'm glad we don't have to try to say his name anymore the x
Imagine Large Sensor Computational Photography
"I recently published a piece on medium dot com titled. The case against full frame. Now the point of the article was that major camera manufacturers are relying least currently anyway. On the brute force of large sensors while smartphones are using machine learning to advance their cause. So in other words, I feel like we're in a real brains versus brawn kind of scenario here. And it got me thinking what if we had both? We saw a glimmer of what that could be with Olympics in the em one mark three in the EM X.. Combining computational photography with a larger sensor? Necessarily a full frame sensor but one bigger than in a smartphone for sure and aside from the specific processors in engines required to make this happen, we would need software to sort of pull it all together. And it seems to me that the pro raw format seems like a reasonable bow to tie everything up. Now. The thing about raw as we all know. It's kind of dull on its own. I mean we've met people like that as well. Right and a great potential. There's a lot you can pull out of them but. A lot of times when you first meet them, they just sit there. And kind of what a raw file does. And we can apply profiles to these raw files to you know have a better starting point light room does a good job of this capture when pro does a wonderful job of this so that the first thing that you see on your screen isn't so dull and flat sorta gets the conversation rolling bit gives us a little bit more of a palatable starting place. But what if we could go beyond the simple profiles? To computational versions that presented us with? Images that knocked our socks off I just like bang. So you upload the images to your computer and you open them up in whatever light room capture when pro and they start flashing on your screen and you're just going oh my gosh, those are beautiful. I mean that would be so cool and then knowing that their raw files as well. Because that would be the NEAT thing about this scenario, this melding of technologies. We would have the added benefit. Of being able to adjust those initial presentations with non-destructive tools. So, let's say that in this happens with my iphone shots all the time I take the shot and I'm looking on screen I'm going that's a lot better than I had anticipated. But at the same time going. Personally, I would like to deepen the shadows just a bit on this one. I'd like a little bit more contrast and the white balance is just a hair too warm I. WanNa cool that off. You know. So even though you have this really interesting shot that you're looking at her shows up initially on the screen, each of us has kind of our own thing that we want to do to it because well, we're photographers and that's what we do. We have a vision and we want that vision to be represented in the shots that we take. And, that's the big problem with just straight computational photography in that is not really our vision. It's the algorithms vision of that shot, which is fine. You. You can't mess up in a sense writing always always have a presentable shot. But if we're trying to do something that is us than well, that isn't it? In. That brings us back to the allure of pro raw. In the sense that we start out with something that's really nice. And yet we can do our own thing to it as well. Wow What a NEAT thought right. Remember George Bernard Shaw's quote that youth is wasted on the young. While I'm starting to understand a little bit more about what he meant now but to put it into photography terms, I would say that machine learning is wasted on the small. and. When I say small I mean small sensors right why do we have to choose between smarts in muscle right? Why? Why can't there be a melding of these two things? So, while you ponder that that very deep thought and let me say that again just in case you missed the sheen learning is wasted on the small. This is how I'm feeling these days.
'The West Wing' cast reunites again, this time for a book
"West Wing or once Khun getting together. This is for a book Deafness announced that it's acquired. What's next is that it's a guide to the West Wing, organized by Melissa Fitzgerald and Marie McCormick, with Martin Sheen getting involved in this, along with Bradley Foot for dollars, and Jenna and even Aaron Sorkin. Cast members recently reunited for a staged reading of a 2002 episode about election politics. Some people who live in Del
'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special
"Thanks. I'm a big fan of Aaron Sorkin and tell us why This is a good time for me in television, because I like him so much. He absolutely if you didn't watch it yesterday, a cz, always with streaming. You can watch it at your leisure. But yesterday they dropped on HBO, Max. Ah, Special reunion of the West Wing cast is probably his most legendary TV show The West Wing and gathered almost everybody from the cast for Martin Sheen and Allison Janney and Rob Lowe and so forth. To recreate an episode from one of the early seasons as a theatrical staged event in an empty theater, But they filmed it like it was a play and it was in that shifted from scene to scene and it was really cleverly done, but also just reminded you how Wonderful that Siri's wass and how inspirational it was, even though it was about politics. So if the dueling if the dueling town halls and so you may be this would've last night, but it's still out there, but even more so today, Netflix drops another Aaron Sorkin project. Which he wrote and directed. It's called the Trial of the Chicago Seven, and it goes back to the sixties, when those counterculture figures Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale and others were put on trial for inciting the riots that disrupted the 1968 Democratic convention. It was a big media circus, and this film looks like it's got it all and including a terrific cast, including two Emmy winners from this season. Jeremy strong from succession and one of the stars of watchman job doing the team. They're playing two of the defendants. You also have frankly, Angela's The judge and Michael Keaton's in there. Sasha Baron Cohen's in there. Doing dramatic bit, and it just sounds like again. Aaron Sorkin is knows his way around a courtroom. If you remember his very first big hit was a few good men. So if you like Aaron Sorkin style you've got two choices was like a double whammy of Aaron Sorkin this week. Now? Yeah, I once interviewed Jerry Rubin, a za journalism student at Penn State, and he was in the Rolfing, which is when you beat yourself up physical. Just one strange cat, man. I got to say yes. I have a feeling that would be a fun one to watch. Yeah. Will be S O on Sunday. You got something? The
Conchata Ferrell, Who Played Berta On ‘Two And A Half Men,’ Dead At 77 In Los Angeles
"And the actress who played the sharp witted housekeeper Berta on the TV show 2.5 Men has died on Shata Ferrell was surrounded by family when she died yesterday at Sherman Oaks Hospital after Jon Cryer says Ferrell was a beautiful human Charlie Sheen says Farrell was an absolute sweetheart, a consummate pro and a genuine friend. She worked in stage before moving to TV TV and and film film in in the the 19 19 seventies, seventies, where where l l had had been been in in the the hospital hospital since since May. May. She She was was
Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' actress, dies at 77
"A memorable made from a popular sitcom has died in China. Ferrell was best known as a sharp witted housekeeper, Berta on the sitcom 2.5 Men Bonus. You brought Co star Charlie Sheen tweeting a shocking and painful loss. The role broader to Emmy Award nominations for best supporting actress in a Comedy series, but she first achieved a claim on stage winning multiple awards. Farrell died Monday in Sherman Oaks Hospital in Los Angeles. She was 77
Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' star, dies at 77
"Funeral services are being planned for actress gunshot, a feral perhaps best remembered for her role as Charlie Sheen's sharp witted housekeeper, Berta on the sitcom 2.5 Men. Sweet whistling Geronimo. You be more like a box of hamsters just crawling. Carol died Monday of Sherman Oaks Hospital, according to Celebrity News site News website Deadline 2.5 men costar Jon Cryer tweeted that Ferrell was a beautiful human and he was fortunate to share a stage with her Charlie Sheen tweeted. She was an absolute sweetheart. She also appeared in classic films like Mystic Pizza, Erin Brockovich and Edward Scissorhands. She'd been hospitalized since May, and T. M. Z reported in July that she had fallen ill and wound up spending a month in intensive care, eventually suffering cardiac arrest that left her on a ventilator and unable to communicate. She was 77 years old.
Conchata Ferrell, "Two and a Half Men" star, has died at age 77
"Her co stars on 2.5 men paying tributes to consult a Farrell, who started the age of 77. She had been in poor health since May. Sensually suffering cardiac arrest from which she never recovered, began acting the seventies, probably best known as a sharp witted housekeeper on 2.5 men. Charlie Sheen tweeted an absolute sweetheart, consummate pro, Genuine friends, shocking, painful loss, Housekeeping and had suspects, But your people keeping was perfect family members with the actress when she passed away yesterday at Sherman Oaks Hospital.
Iowa State Cyclones get first home win over Oklahoma Sooners since 1960
"There first and goal. The eight yard line party takes the snap hands at the hall of the middle briefs for that asshole with his second touch. Today You are clones of regain the lane every stall in the go ahead ahead score score eight eight yard yard run run with with just just over over four four minutes minutes to to go. go. A A sheen. sheen. Young Young intercepted intercepted Spencer Spencer rattler rattler in in the the end end zone zone number number 18, 18, Oklahoma's Oklahoma's final final drive drive in in Iowa Iowa State. State. Stuns, the sooner it's like 11 in water knocked over since 2017. They have defeated Oklahoma in aims for the first time since right after J. F. K was elected. On before I was born. It's been 60 years. Psychlos defeat the Sooners. The name's 37 to 30, the final there to go in the big 12 conference as John Walters Lear Field. I am G College with that final called 37. 30 Ease your final Count Cyclones first win over Oklahoma in Ames. Since 1960. The Sooners beaten at home by Kansas State last week, losing back to back regular season games for the first time since 1999 and likely and their hopes for 1/4 straight college football playoff appearance dashed already their head coach Lincoln Riley, had some opportunities I thought they're supposed to in the first half to really gain some separation. We were playing good ball, just not great ball and had some No chances to separate against a good team on the road, which you know when you're a great team. You take advantage of those and we were not quite area and came down the back and forth game. You know, a couple places we didn't make. You know some of the key plays. I mean, seven kicks in those field goals that we dropped two for sure Touchdown passes, You know, That certainly hurts really did a good job against the run game in the first half. We didn't do a very good job against Hall in the second half of a couple key penalties, and then you know, the biggest single play was probably the kickoff return just because we had so much Well, minimum after the turnover and touch down, you know, that was a that was a huge individual play. So a couple tough calls. It didn't go away. That's part of life on the road and on and again, you know, one place short and so absolutely our backs against the wall. Here is a football team. We know that we understand that we accept that our guys are hurt. Also, guys in our room and experienced, you know, start to a season like this. It is still about how you how you response and I believe I know how this group will. All right. Here's what it amounts to Iowa State snaps a 24 game home losing streak against Oklahoma, the longest such streak vs single Opponent The AP poll ERA dating back to 1936. Oklahoma Falls the owing to a big 12 play for the first time since 1998 that last year before Bob Stoops became Head coach First top 10
Interview with Calvin Baker
"Talk A lot about Colin. Kaepernick who of course has become far more than an athlete and more than any athlete of his generation has become super politicizing talk about how sports is a narrative of nationhood and definitely think that you could write eight the story of modern America on his last Assi What What do you? What do you? What are you? What are you thinking about? Colin Kaepernick. I think he's great. I think the truth almost didn't come to light. They. They suppress it for so long and so long and so long I think that it is. Emblematic of what's going on the country as a whole where you have this man and expressing is. Liberal belief. and. Becomes a lightly We tell ourselves we're in the twenty th century were everything is so diverse, and then you see what a lightning rod that becomes for. White. Anger. Someone expressing pride who is but also like. You can't kill black. That's radical athlete baboots how that's That's where we really are that. You can't say. Retaliates tally is wrong. Those are the hard enforces of racism, which I which I can chew colonialism in larger forces and patterns. How advanced how might and can the society be if you if it's if it's controversial as it was in that moment? Thankfully it's I think. As this moves forward. He's becoming raise established himself as one of a line of. Athletic spokespersons yet if you go back on tradition begins. Muhammad Ali's or the world and the Jim Brown's the world who's as like Oh as black versus one of the few people who is allowed any sort of visible Jackie Robinson in different. S. And that's end. And then he became corporate. Right. But the happiest people's right night. I talked about Jim Brown on the NFL who made the decision to leave NFL. After A manhood battle with art modell whose the owner Cleveland browns and direct line and one of the things on everything. We think we're saying there's historical precedent for it and the function and the horses ourselves. Insane. And so right. You look at that the and you look at what's happening feeling I'm not the first person. Say This I long chop wanted to contextualized story. And also like yeah. Camp is doing civil rights work. In the resistance that he faces shows you how much of this country is still against the most basic expression of civil rights what do you? What do you make of? The NFL along with the NBA? WNBA. Others. The institutions of sport have seemed to have come around to say you know we're going to embrace black lives matter. We're going to plastered all over the field or the court wear whatever you want. Neil. However, you want like you know we're fully supportive of the movement and yet gaps still doesn't have a job. So he still sacrificed his dream. Surely, it was his childhood dream that he achieved And then had that taken away chose to go after something bigger, and now that the the sports world, the NFL in particular has come around to his side of things. He is still left out which for so many of us for you to. ADDS a hypocritical sheen to all of it. I mean, I don't know I can't fully embrace what the NFL is doing until he is welcome back into the fold in a serious way. I mean, one of the. made the final cut I. Don't remember off the top of my head but wasn't Michael Vick can chilidog and still have A. Job in Colin Kaepernick, can't say. Shoot people. And not have a job. That's what I think. First of all the NFL. Lost me just I mean. There are a lot like their lot of sports. I. Love. I. Love Sports is you know and but there's always another sport and league baseball loss during steroids. Haven't been back. Haven't really looked back. I might watch catch on the corner of my eye, the barbershop every once in a while. The NFL. Because they are so far on what you say what you think the man like Avenue you know Muhammad, Ali's spent. Eighteen months in jail for Kosovo Vietnam War. I don't remember how much. Much of the baby actually did. Athletic careers. sports and they end when you're still a young individual with a lot of life ahead and as you read it as Jim Brown realize can't stop. By many miles at. And right the dream of NFL would it looks like it might be over I hope that it's eventually someone will give him a shot maybe but. And will air. We'll find the next stream. Nets like life purpose. That's always the challenge of being an athlete. It happened to him in a prematurely it's not fair but he's shown himself to be larger than that lead
The Podfather launches a new, open podcast directory
"Wouldn't it be delightful if we could just keep the platform open for everybody for anything, carry has launched a new open podcast directory for APP developers working with developer Dave Jones, speaking on a new podcast, curry and Jones worry that apple is starting to tinker with their directory. Here's alternative. The podcast index traumas that the core categorized index will always be available for free for any use you can sign up to be a developer on their developer portal and we support this initiative. So as of today, news uses the podcast index for our main podcast search. IBUKI has opened the voting for third edition of their audience awards. You can vote for your favorite podcast in a link you'll find in our show notes newsletter. Today you've until September the twentieth to vote meanwhile, the virtual ceremony for the Latin podcast awards will be on October the tenth with Speaker. You can see poets, dot events your local time. spotify is working on a set of new features to their APP including a method to save your favorite podcast episodes. The companies also advertising podcasting and a new campaign running in twenty three markets and a TV commercial running in sixteen markets globally. Rachel Corbett has joined Australia's commercial radio broadcast and Nova entertainment as head of PODCASTS and digital content. Acosta Australia's hired six new people and SCA Australia's largest commercial radio company and owner of podcast one Australia has entered a partnership with spoken layer, which creates automated short form audio content for smart speakers. And podcast news changes with Anne McManus returns for a Second Series Radio Presenter Anne mackinaw, using her full name, his to interview extraordinary people including actor Michael Sheen American singer Songwriter. Beth Ditto, and our first guest is novelist Zadie Smith. Mothers ourselves interviews, the children of extraordinary mothers. It's a new podcast from longtime New York Times reporter Katie Hafner who started the podcast around Mother's Day this year while covering the pandemic, it aims to offer something a little more uplifting in the midst of so much grimness. Telling US and tomorrow WNYC and history releasing blind spots the roads to nine eleven bringing tonight's lights the decade long shadow struggled preceded via tax.
‘West Wing’ Reunion Special Set at HBO Max to Promote Voting in 2020 Election
"Theater Ahead of November's ahead of November's presidential election creator Aaron Sorkin is reuniting the original West Wing cast for a stage production of the season. Three episode Heart Hartsfield's Landing, It'll Air on HBO. Max stars including Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe, Allison Janney Bradley Whitford will all return to their roles for the production. It will be shot in early October at Los Angeles is Orpheum Theater staged episode will be to raise awareness and support for when we all vote, the nonprofit cochair by first lady Michelle Obama want to live like Taylor
Getting Nosey About the Science of Smell
"Free. Do. Not. Even up your wake up the whole neighborhood and it's about time whitecaps. Interest you when a jar Brinkley ground coffee. Well. Might as well. Take you up on that offer. Grabbed my room. Think in prime freshly tax. Okay Mindy. Hi. How about that jar of racially ground copy Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. Here you go. That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. Mindy. Just, an empty jar, where's the coffee and? The I know what copy looks like and I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar. Well, that's because smells are invisible guy. Roz. Smells Yeah if you want your freshly ground copy smelled you're going to have to open that jar. You woke me up and got me out of Bedford nothing open the Jar Guy Roger? Okay. Visible coffee. What's? In the this jar won't open. childproof lit on it here. Let me take a cry and. You're freshly ground coffee fell. Kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now, where is the real thing? Oh Maybe Dennis. Hauser's something Dennis copy. I I have fresh single origin beans imported from. Peru's Com Monica region handpicked and sorted Bali Washington Sun dried. Section and here we have. Never, mind I don't have copy media, all of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. and. This one is that super specific convenient store smell. and. This one over here is rotten egg. One smells like Uranus. Why I'm your rain is the planet made up of gas called hydrogen sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. Surprise you know that O. K. I. untypically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. Good overs in these jars Lucy. He tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt? You're smelling beeps? Purple root vegetables roasted in the oven and eat on salads turns or Poop pink who will you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt to me what else you got Let me. I know here, try this one. What do you think? I think that what might be completely empty mindy? I can smell it from here. It's lily of the valley. Tennis. This one is lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for boarding school. She said, it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved Boarding School Oh what is he talking about Mindy? Okay. So the scent of Lily of the Valley is one of those smells that skin care and beauty product companies are always trying to recreate demean for perfumes and soaps and Lotions Ya. It contains this chemical called Boerge. And for a lot of people like Dennis, even a tiny droplet of this stuff can spell super intense i. Can't smell it at all. Well, you're not alone guy, Roz you see this geneticist named Casey Trimmer. She got together with a team of researchers at the Mona L. Chemical Senses, Center Philadelphia and Rockefeller University in New York. City and she and her team set out to find out why different people smell different things differently, and just to be clear a geneticist is the type of scientists who studies how certain features are passed down from different generations of people, right? Right. Like, how heritage my mother's sense of smell and my great grandfather's sense of entitlement. So. I'm wondering deductor trimmer team suspected Sheen's or what makes you you and Mimi have some kind of role to play in the way different people experience different smells you know it so she and her fellow researchers decided to conduct A. Scientific experiment
Frank It Forward: How to Sell Ball Park Franks When No One's at the Ballpark
"The weirdest baseball season in history started last night. The Twenty Twenty Major League baseball season debuted with a clash between the Washington nationals in the New York Yankees, nationals park in the country's capital was packed with. Virtual fans, that's right, the fans you may have seen on TV. Were just images manufactured for the cameras by Fox Sports? In reality, the teams play to an empty stadium because of covid nineteen. This season teams will play only sixty games down from the typical one hundred sixty two right now. There's no intention to have many live fans at any of them just TV cameras. We won't get into the debate about why Fox decided to manifest virtual fans complete with recorded sounds of cheering applause, and the like the TV audience know. Today, we're interested in one of those things that like baseball. Itself has always seemed timeless the stadium hotdog. Too, many of us me included a hot dog goes with the baseball game. The way hot fudge goes with vanilla ice cream. They just belong together, but not this year. Needless to say virtual fans don't order francs with mustard and onions, nor do they reach out and snack a beer from a wandering vendor that's leaving entire industry, high and dry stadium vendors are out of work. That's giving Ballpark Franks the nation's number one. One brand of hot dogs and opportunity to look philanthropic, while also promoting their dogs to fans, watching Games on the small screen on Wednesday, which not coincidentally was national hotdog, day Ballpark Franks and it is donating one hundred thousand dollars to unemployed stadium vendors through a baseball charity in campaign. They're calling frank it forward. They're also asking fans to tweet their favorite baseball memories along with the Frank. It forward Hashtag of course. For every tweet that fans post ballpark will donate an extra dollar up to fifty thousand dollars within a day. Fans had begun complying. Some tweets were clearly planted by Tyson foods. ballpark Franks owner to get the Frankfurt Frenzy on fast forward, but some were genuinely sweet like a tweet from Ban Molly, Heidrick, she finally recalled attending the thousand fifteen world series game with her dad, telling her for the entire five hours that she would be Zombie the next day at school. She said she almost caught a foul ball and yes, she couldn't stay awake in math class. Her HASHTAG, no regrets. The promotion gives a sheen of sweetness and philanthropy to the ballpark francs, which happens to be America's biggest seller of the process. Meet parent. Tyson foods of course is struggling with its image these days between having covert outbreaks at many of its meat, processing plants, and being under investigation by the Justice, Department for alleged poultry price-fixing, but on a summer night. We need to dwell on the bigger picture. Maybe. What's worth spending time on? Is The marketing rivalry between BALLPARK Franks in America's second largest brand Oscar Mayer that brand owned by Kraft, was revived three years ago when its parent put ten million dollars into removing chemicals like nitrates nitrites from its dogs, the attempt to cater to the clean eating tastes of millennials. It helped nowadays craft hines has been doing well selling its enormous variety of grocery store staples to our newly stay at home nation, but how will it compete at the? No, Fan Ballpark. Hopefully not with a repeat of its attempt from twenty nineteen, a hotdog ice cream sandwich. It was made with. Get this candied hotdog, bits, hotdogs, sweet, cream, spicy, dijon, Gelato, and a cookie Bun, according to writer Michael Clare and a Major League baseball publication called cut four last August. Clare's take on what was clearly a desperate attempt to get the upper hand in the Weiner wars. This hot dog mustard ice cream. Monstrosity needs to return to whatever hell it came from. So. Far Oscar Mayer hasn't made any announcements that one this year may be given covid nineteen craft hines got a little more sensitive about the queasiness factor when it comes to the economics of the Frankfurter fight between Tyson and craft Heinz. The ballpark matters in two thousand sixteen Americans spent twenty million dollars buying hotdogs at ball games, so says the national hot dog and Sausage Council. Council apparently, that's the last time they gathered this debt. So the biggest question this year will be. Will fans watching at home still by hotdogs, or will they just eat? Whatever happens to be for? Dinner served on a real plate, not in a little cardboard dog holding. If that happens, the frank forward campaign is unlikely to give much of an advantage to Ballpark, Franks and hopefully. WHO's out of work? hotdog vendors have already found a way to turn their talents to something more lucrative. And perhaps less greasy.
"sheen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"So this appeal is the largest one. Ever for children in the seventy three year history of UNICEF, so that says. Today's and and hopefully we can give people information to the to where they can go to donate. Because it is just vital that these children after they've gone through so much already not left to bear the brunt of the corona virus and I think you know for all of us and look, it's been hard for all of aspect. You know staying at home. This idea that you know staying at home and that we've been denied something. Some children and families vulnerable children and families don't have the option to stay at home, and they're exposed to this disease and more vulnerable and so yeah, we would love you guys that listen all of you buggers that listen for free every week. We love you, but if you could just give a little donation, it would be so so. Huge make such an impact for this campaign. Hard in knit because. We both know that people are just hanging on at the moment. In this country, people are just having a really tough time, and so I say it with the Proviso. If you can then please, do give what you can, but you know it's with the full awareness you know people are just you know hanging on at the moment so. God bless if you can. My question, sorry of Chat Angie. Thank you very much for doing that. It's. Just, such a treat, your your amazing and you do so much incredible work. Views the only thing that you didn't do was just do the beginning of wood, which I've never quite recovered from when you determined to begin at the beginning, it is spring moonlit night in the small town, starless and Bible Black. Michael Sheen I mean. Look I guy does so so much. His a real philanthropist isn't bad. I mean he says he cringes it saying he's an activist I. Mean He's you may as well basically run the country. We could have him. Go. Give me Michael Shane but you know what he's not angry. He he's dislike enthusiastic, and not CEO. Oh, well, there should be doing this. They should be doing. He just infuses year. That's what's so that was just. Just really lovely and anybody who hasn't watched stage. It's brilliant. It's on BBC I player there so captivating David Tennant, and Michael Shane you could just watch him and anything. Can you for more information on saved generation covid visit Yussef dot org dot. UK and there will be an option to donate wherever you can would be amazing, but we understand if you can. Thank you so much for listening. This was a good day and we'll be back next week for more. Diverse. The music you've heard table. Manners is by Peter, Duffy and Pete Fraser. Table mammoth is produced by Alice Williams..
"sheen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"The biggest refugee camp in the world is struggling to even get clean water so anyway I'm sure we'll talk about this with Michael Changed. Michael Sheen Tuning in from South Wales. I think I can't wait. Michael! Thank you for joining us. It's a pleasure, and how are Ya? How's the slate? Okay. Yeah the sleep is were. Bit Tricky at the moment, babies just two teeth simultaneously teeth there Bugah I know if only we didn't use them. Yeah, yeah, we just give everything a nasty suck instead, both that would be good. So she's a bit. Yeah, she's a bit disturbed by Silopi. It's very hot. It's very hot as particularly. North or South? I'm in south Wales on the edge of poise known as the BRECON beacons Brechin should national park? It's beautiful gorge. Yes so I'm from so I'm still at. This is technically neath. Talbot and I'm from Patel originally my family's dilemma MME on my. My sister's just a bit further up the road with her family so I'm back in Talbot essentially, but I'm just a little bit into the country I. When I grew up in Patel, I didn't even know. There was countryside anywhere near the top was just the steelworks, and and and you know the beach but there is a so you get closer to Brechin. Scher and so I'm just that surrounded by sheep llamas, their alarms in the field next door. I noticed how amazing they've really odd looking. Wow, unit albuque- Vani by each on. No I'm not near I. Mean No West that far away in Wales, but I'm not near any. No I hit. That's really foodie wealth, a big old food face all. There's a law of very foodie places in Wales Yeah. If you go like if you're driving across Wales and you go get out of the industrial south. Mean there's some nice restaurants in the industrial south, but once you. You Get out into West, Wales and mid Wales and North West. You come across these amazing places. Yeah, it's gorgeous food. He places, and I think you're right I. Think of any is quite fruity. I've heard I. Don't know how much you know about this podcast, but we talk about food and a bit about kind of growing up and food memories, and firstly a we're both UNICEF ambassadors. That I met you. A Halloween ball I just got off. Of Stage where and that nobody has listened to me because you don't do an acoustic gig at a very well, it's worth every penny, but you know it's a pricey ball and nobody wants to hear an acoustic song. They WanNa hear like thumping music, but the way that when you went onstage and command on the audience with your speech I was like Oh you're you're actually the best? And it was really inspiring, and it was a pleasure to meet you, but yes, we are both Steph FM buses. Dot Night. You're bringing back real terrible like NAM flashbacks now. That was the worst gig I've ever had to do because nobody wants to. If you think nobody wants to hear an acoustic song. Nobody certainly wants to hear someone. Come out and talk about the work that UNICEF is doing. You know people are out for a night out that you know quite well to do people not you start to shut up for for others. And I had to walk out there thinking no one is GonNa. Listen and I'm about to put my heart out there like I'm talking about my my my daughter, and and seeing children going through terrible things, and it was just her and I went and I had to muster every single bit of whatever I've got in me. That tries to make people listen to me and people. People shut up. I couldn't believe it. They actually listened I was amazed. It was the performance of your life I think it was. Only those people saw it. I saw. Thank you. How did you get involved with? originally it was through a soccer aid I took part in soccer aid as the captain of the rest of the world team for for many years. I think I started in two thousand and ten I think it was and I was. I was a huge football fan. I wanted to play football professionally when I was a kid scouted, didn't you? I saw it did yeah. I, was on a family holiday at pontins on the Isle of wight. And Tony Adams is dad was also on holiday with a very young Tony Adams and. Long Story Short I ended up being offered to go and play for the youth team. Tony kickabout or skimmed him. Skin is amazing. You Dodge the bullet you wanted to play for. Did you give him his bad bath? That's all other story Jesse. No, I, The chances of ever making it to the first team of a club La. Remote. Ten the atoms, didn't you? Well the dull I'm saying I was twelve, and he was. He was fifteen or sixteen. Not I think he let me run rings around him a little bit. Yeah, he was off season. It's a holiday. You just had a big lunch, but I didn't go down that route. Because my mom said no, you can't go and live in London. You're only twelve a win on moving and at that makes him sound like they weren't supportive. They were very supportive, but there was just no way it up, and then so I didn't go down the football. But I was still very into football and when I got to about I guess when I go to about fourteen, thirteen fourteen, I started to get into acting and do theater and plays, and and so he kind of switched at my obsession switched by early on I was very full so years later when I'm asked. Do you want to be the captain of the rest of the world? And play with people exhibiting. And you know. I mean incredible at Old Trafford from two. Eighty thousand people, whatever it was an amazing experience, so i. Jumped at it. and to be honest I badly noticed unified anything to do with it. To be honest, but then once you're there and you're part of that the people from UNICEF coming so to talk to you about you know what the money's GonNa go towards, and all that kind of thing, and I was sort of fascinated by, and they show you a little films and things that other ambassadors of done. And, so through that then they asked if I would be interested in getting more involved and may go on a on a visit a trip somewhere so I it off going into the first by Chad in Africa and it was They were sort of let me an easy a bit just to see sort of wasn't stressing. Yeah, yeah, and but even so that was kind of mind-blowing really when I went. went to that that was really opened my eyes, and all kinds of ways about things, and then I then I went on from there then and unvisited places like The Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon eventually I went to the battery company Jordan as well as the Syrian refugee camps I went to Guatemala and the last time I went on a trip was to Bangladesh to the top along camp. In Cox's Bazar with all the Rohingya refugees which I think you've been to as well. You've seen to that one. Yeah, so I went in two thousand seventeen in December when they're hangar, people had fled from Myanmar and that was in August, the big influx of refugees, the entered into Bangladesh, and so I went four months after that and it was, it was really harrowing, and really I mean just so upsetting and they would. Would just kind of setting up the camp even though it was already the biggest refugee camp in the world. Yeah, and has got bigger. So when did you while I was there in two thousand, eighteen as well in April, so I was there just before the monsoon was about to start in around SORTA. They thought in about June time, but it's kind of you know anytime. We're on their march to I think July is. One period of time, and then I think September to. December is another cyclone seasons, but. The big fear was that they were here. Was this huge camp that had been kind of deforested hillsides.
"sheen" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"So we've got the incredible Michael Shane. Well really on these. Your cousin lives in Wales Just because we have a chalet, oppa back in the eighties doesn't mean that we are Welsh well. I'm incredibly excited to speak to Michael not only. Is he a fantastic actor that we've all seen in so many brilliant things you may have seen recently in ITV's quiz way Chris tarrant with the most, it was trump ish. Fake Tan Nice Chris Thomas Masao Orange. But Anyway He's Brilliant Frost Nixon twilight. Oh, he was sitting the good fight my favorite. Hey, yeah! As the most annoying person in the good fight gets loads of corker actors. It was just brilliant. He played very annoying person, but he also has played Tony. Blair and Richard Nixon the I wouldn't mind if he didn't do anything tonight, but did the prologue from under milk wood, which he did when he appeared in that the Welsh production of it. Oh, that was yeah. They should and most recently I've been watching staged. which is I think the first lockdown drama Oh. Yeah, with David Tony so good curb your enthusiasm slash. The trip is David tennant and Michael Sheen playing themselves trying. Trying to get this play up and running in lockdown. There's a Samuel Jackson Cameo which is so good and just both really excellent aunt, my so I'm really enjoy Matt, but also something close to. Both our hearts is that we are both unique deaf ambassadors and I've watched Michael Sheen speak at one of the Unisex Halloween balls and come on the whole room. He's been on I. Think many more trips than me, but we have both been to Bangladesh. Cox's Bazar to meet the hinges and I love to hear his take on that and see whether he has any updates about. The people that he met, but. You know it's a hard time charities at the moment to be raising money unison. Would have had secrete happening in June I'm couldn't make it happen. And that's one of their huge sources of money much like marathon can go ahead, and that's worrying. When there's a pandemic going on and places like Cox's Bazar and the refugee camps,.
"sheen" Discussed on The Paste Podcast
"I'm your host Josh Jackson, and you just heard a little bit of the gutter from cohesion Cambria, you can hear an exclusive live performance of the song at the end of the podcast, but this week is all about. Good omens the new TV series from Amazon about angels and demons and the end times. And it's hilarious you'll hear from author and executive producer, Neil Gaiman, as well as cast members Jon Hamm, David Tennant and Michael Shane just a bit. I got a preview of the entire accepts owed series and just binged right through it. A lot of fun. David Tennant as the demon Crowley, and Michael sheen as the angel zero fail. Have a wonderful chemistry together, as you would imagine from those two wonderful actors, they play to higher beings more interested in the joys of humanity than the coming war that threatens to wipe it out. Neil Gaiman wrote the series of the late Terry practice it, and he's been waiting a long time to see it make it to the screen since Terry Gillam tried to make it into a movie more than a decade ago and Hollywood being Hollywood, and Terry Gillam kind of having the luck that Terry Gilliam has on getting things made sometimes the just did not work out. But here we have a wonderful version of the story that goes from, from the beginning of time through the end times and. You just haven't really seen anything quite like it on television. The series cast is ridiculously deep with Jon Hamm as the archangel Gabriel. You've got Francis McDormand and bidden Benedict Cumberbatch is the voices of God, and Satan, plus Nick Offerman, maranda Richardson, Michael mckeon, and on, and on, and on the show, debuts on Amazon prime tomorrow may thirty first pastes carry Lum, talked to Neil Gaiman, and Jon Hamm, and very briefly, David Tennant, and Michael Shane earlier the spring, at south by southwest and Austin, Texas, so little crazy at south by, so you'll you'll get a feel for that in the center view. Here's I carry with Neil, John. Jerry, john. Well, thanks for talking to me. Of course, what is your outlet pace magazine coast. Yeah, Swedish culture news. So if you can believe it I had not read your book, and I asked for a screener of this show, and they didn't have one what I did last night. Aurangabad. Aurangabad. Trailer. Did they have anything to show you any trailer? So I had to just go by that. And I was like a chance to read the book..
"sheen" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast Withâ€¦
"And he said dumb shit. I'll tell you for meal. All right said you want to go somewhere Porsche or somewhere? Interesting. I I said, let's go somewhere. Interesting. She said, right. I'm gonna take you to this restaurant called the hump, and it's at some to Monica airport, and it's a sushi restaurant. Okay. So we go. So I I had a mini at the time. We in my mini, and we drive off to Santa Monica port. And I'm this restaurant was right on the tarmac. Like, you could sit in the restaurant. There's nobody else there. Let me go. There we go there quite early and you're watching the planes landing on Santa Monica obeys. And the chef comes out Neil says just bring us what have you want chefs choice just bring? Okay. So I I'd never eaten sushi before. So we sit down we had this incredible meal, whether keep bringing these dishes out, and they say, this is, blah, blah, blah, just use a little bit of soya sauce, or whatever, you know, this is ill this. Then there was this one dish where they brought out. And they didn't say what he was like mystery dish delicious. A few more people started coming into the restaurant as time went on and we'd sort of getting the neon icon anymore. I'm gonna have to stop. She's great. But right, okay. We'll loss for the Bill intimate, and then the door opens and some very official people come in. And it was the feds and the feds came because they we knew that works their jackets on that said they were part of the Federal Bureau of whatever and about six of them come in two of them. Go one goes behind the counter one to go into the kitchen one goes to the back. They've all got like guns on and Manila won't on earth is going on. And then eventually one guy goes lives, a gentleman if you have in order to ready, please leave if you're still eating your meal, please finish up pay your Bill leap. Oh my God. We can like we boys. And is there some terrible thing. So we sort of we'd finish the we pay. How bill? And then all the kitchens Dafa brought out on the the head. Chef is there the guy who's been bringing us this on easing tears, and he and he says to Neil. So so I apologize. I'm we leave. No idea. What's one, but you're assuming it's the mystery Daesh? Well, we're assuming that we can't be going to we come be. It can't be poisonous this terrible terrible things. So the next day was the Oscars, which is why Neal was in Tom Cora line had been okay for best documentary that year was won by the cove, which was by a team of people who had come across dolphins being killed. I think an turns out what was happening at this restaurant was that they were having illegal endangered species flown in to the airport and then being brought round the back of the restaurant into the kitchen or we had eaten wail endangered species. That was the mystery dish that they didn't say what he was and the team behind the. Cove will behind this thing. And they took them down that night. Whilst we were that we didn't show for months. So for months MIR Neil will like have you worked. And I know you have you heard anything. No, I have no idea. And then we heard that it was something to do with the cove, and and then we eventually found out that that restaurant. They were all arrested the restaurant was shut down. And it was because I'm weed-eating wailed at night. And that was your first meeting with Neil Gaiman. That was my I mean and also in the drive home that night from that restaurant. He said, we remind many he said, you found the secret compartment. So what are you talking about such a Neil Gaiman thing to say, isn't it? Secret bomb, yet each menu has a secret compartment annoyed secret and he pressed a little button and nothing opened up. And it was a secret compartment in my own car. That Neil Gaiman shows. Was there anything inside? Little man jumped out when Hello. No. There was nothing in them. That.
"sheen" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast Withâ€¦
"How many holiday on his father was someone who was you know, would sort of as a scout for us. And so he sold me playing that. And and then arranged a series of games. And ultimately went up to my dad and said, you know, I think you should come and campa use team of us know, how did you feel about that? And so I didn't know about this. We came home from the holiday, and I overheard my parents, telling friends of theirs weather's. And so I was simultaneously elated at this news and really crestfallen that right? And he stayed in touch for a little while and got me trials for like local teams. But it was just at the point. Then really when I was so switching over to get interested in acting. I see. Yeah. So then I and then my obsession, and it was obsessive with the football than eventually turned into towards the acting. And I went off down that route. And what are your parents think of that as well? I think they were both really pleased because we'd had this kind of tradition in the family of getting involved in theatrical stuff, and I'm going further back into my family tradition. There were there's essentially two strands. There was the religious strand of preachers and people having kind of conversions in the gutter when they see God speaking to them through the moon. I mean, all that stuff. And then another aspect which was carnival folk fag room fo-, traveling people go in on the phone, so and they sort of converged at a certain point. And and I think it sort of ended up being. Disarma- theatrics thing that my family were kind of into and then and then I was I suppose the first person who kind of took that a bit doing the amateur dramatics as a kid, a no I was just going to watch it. Although I was in a production of Camelot when I was about twelve right? As Tom of Warwick because my dad was in it, the Madeline operatic society in England, and they needed a young lad to essentially be told the story of common law to biking off because that can come law is a sort of flashback. I see. And so I became Tom of Warwick in my green tights when I was twelve and my dad likes to cite this as I'm that's what did it. Right. But so that was my only time I've actually been involved in it. But both in the troop, my my dad was it up on my mom wasn't. But they both had been they'd met through. Well, they involved in amateur dramatics when they were very young, and they have families had been involved in is also it was sort of in the family, and they are they still doing my dad know, my mom doesn't hasn't done it for many years. My dad. Has stayed involved. In fact, one of the tragedies of of. You know, what's happened over the many years is is I'm I'm into operatic. Society's performed a really great social functions in smaller communities. I'm for people to you know, it wasn't just about people wanting to be actors. It was about coming together. You know, it was something that people were able to come together and do something that they enjoyed and have a kind of cyclic thing too. But about a sense of community, and that has got really affected over the last few years as well. And I'm not really sad. My dad has been involved in in in keeping that going in Oslo Clara. But his his main thing for many years was wanna say Maine thing. But think he got the most pleasure out of was that he was one of the world's number one, Jack Nicholson look-alikes, he certainly yes. And he he's a double. Yeah was. Yeah. There was a window of opportunity, which he made the most of run that will not close. Oh has he does? He no longer resent. No, no. I mean, he could I suppose, but I mean now requests so much dying of hair and stuff. He's just I'm sure Jackson Australians, die brush. Exactly..
"sheen" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast Withâ€¦
"But yet, you do get a bit am, I understanding, you know, there's a lot about celebrity not about being an active necessarily, but celebrity. Yeah, that is bollocks absolute bullshit, as as you know, on a scene to be that. And that can leak into how people feel about you as an actor. If you have some of that celebrity or whatever, and there is a lot of people who maybe with all the best intentions do get involved in certain things, but in a very sort of superficial way. And and I think a lot people really do want to do good unto us, you know, celebrity they have for good. But it is demanding if you are going to do stuff out some kind of a difference, then it does demand certain things undone. And so I I get why people are suspicious when I get why people a quick to criticize or what about I came to the conclusion of well that's fair enough. And I I should be judged by why actually do you know on the time. I give and and eventually, you know, if I if I if it's just a sort of fly by night thing, then people are absolutely right to criticise me in that way. I hope that people if they are critical criticize the reality. That's what really gets to me, I suppose is when. People just assume things all you know, when newspapers reported in certain ways, and it's just lies is all true. And then that becomes the thing that people attack you then you spend time fighting fires that have no coast to exist. Exactly. Yeah. And just for people who don't know did tell us about about your childhood in the area, you grew up in so I industrial. Yes. So I grew up in in Patel. But in South Wales, probably mainly known for the steelworks, but within the kind of South Wales area that was the kind of heartlands of the Welsh mining community a slightly different tradition within that areas. Also acting weirdly so Richard Burton came from Colorado, Dan, which was in area, I'm to be Hopkins came from Taiba, which is also area. So there's this other sort of strand of of the area, which is to do with acting on. I very much was focused on that part of it rather near the part of it. So the surround it was such an old thing, even though it's a industrial community there were it. It wasn't you to weirdo for one night. So. Yeah. Wanting to be an actor. How does much kind of nobility to it as as also maybe wanting to go and play rugby or wanting to work in the steelworks? All you know, when you also going to be a football brief that was. Yeah. That was my big obsession before I think became the obsession. So of you know, when I was up my peak at twelve right? And it was downhill from there really as a football player that wa- that was everything I thought about that was a LaPointe go into the team. Is that right? I got the opportunity to go and play for the us on us more. Yeah. It will. It would have been going and living in London. When I was twelve my mom and dad will I will. No, you can't do it. I'm we're not move into London. So that didn't happen were you angry? I didn't I wasn't supposed to know about it. But I overheard them we'd gone on holiday to pumpkins on the white friend who doesn't know what Ponting's is it was sort of holiday camp place. The people go to and we're going to be makes it sound grand. I loved it ruins the greatest. Well, we went to Butler I was about to. to. I the rest of my I'm and it just happened. The was through there a very. Someone who came to become a very very famous football player. Tony Adams was that. He was only about fifteen at the time. I think on his was with his father..
"sheen" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast Withâ€¦
"I'm the king of the world. So do you think even it gets harder as you get older because you you've got more defenses up you've got more to lose as a human being. Well, I suppose is is is sort of double edged in on the one hand you've got more experience. Like, I feel now like on the one hand, I sort of I I recognized the feeling of when I'm doing good work. All the all the all the rich area to go out. You know, my instincts a stronger and better now, but on the other hand, I don't know if you've experienced this by I remember feeling fright for the first time. I mean, not just nerves before going on, right? But actually being on stage, and it hitting you. I mean, I I remember I did a play with them in home play called moonlighters Harold into play. And it was the first full length pinta play in thirty years or something. And it was in homes return to the stage after thirty years. I'm he had the last time he was on stage. You've been doing the iceman cometh and he'd come off at the interval. And then the the state's merger came to give him his beginnings. Call for the second half, and they found him hiding under the bed in his room. And he didn't come out. I mean never went onstage again for thirty years or alleviate say into Frank Finlay when they were doing a fellow onstage. I'm sorry to ask you this love. But could you not look me in the eye when we're on stage because he started to get terrible stage for anything see Laurence Livia somehow rationally speaking he was known as the greatest actor. Why what's he scared off? But it doesn't work like that. And I I remember being on stage at the national..
"sheen" Discussed on All Systems Goku
"Yeah, job. He's been censored beans. All. So. Expose themselves Mr. Popo. Keep going. Okay. Jesus. All right. And then that this is the news conference mister Satan special. Maybe this isn't the mister Satan special. This is this is they're still here. Mr. special is in the next episode, but he they, they point the camera at them or they get an audio feed out or something mister Satan. Sure enough is about to put himself over the. I put that green bastard into place. Yes, I did. He's like, hey, enough. Light shows. Tricks point says I brought down the smackdown. Yeah, smackdown a couple of times. Yeah, I guess I always thought the rock popularized that phrase was Mississippi existed before and. And then I can away when did they do this redoubled? Like he just says, winning a couple of times also says the word open. What I think this was around like twenty eleven twenty. This made around the early sheen shit would've had to have been. I can't imagine anyone ever or actually mister Satan. Maybe also invented the term hashtag winning brother. Tiger blood, fuck God. Damn. I can't remember that. I watched music. There's a fucking. Oh, was it. A video music video called drug addict that has Charlie Sheen in it a little pump. It's a little pumps, new video drug addicts, and it's just like him hanging out with Charlie Sheen in a hospital, and he's resting doctor, and they're just like drinking codeine and it's like the new video. Yeah, this is like just came out and you're like, what? The fuck welcome right morning and said, we need Charlie Sheen to be in this video because that guy drugs. Boy. All right. Yeah, that's. That's sounds great. Yeah, it's it's, it's a bad. It's a bad video. It's not a great song either. Anyway. So we come back to the lookout here and Android eighteen wakes up. Go on immediately blows up Crillon spot. This is like, oh, you brought it back 'cause you've got a crush on her. Punches go on. Yeah. Android eighteen t's, not feeling it and takes off, but kind of freezes as she's getting away. They wish Enron out and she stops. He goes, what the fuck is that and comes in right flies back to take a look at it. And so there I wish is to bring back everyone that that cell killed or it's we get trunks getting up. Revive? Yeah, yeah. This revive's trunks as well as a lot of other all all the ice -ssume. That football team. Oh yes, somewhere they're waking up. Yeah. And so they intend in they..
"sheen" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"Lush knows the possible interpretations are endless all she has to do open kids ears and they'll keep learning growing and singing the songs and others in turn will learn from them all those students need is the opportunity to sing where the two leads them is anyone's guess the face of it the law she's teaching method is awfully simple just keep singing but take a closer look at what de la shes figured out she doesn't direct students to take an interest in math or science she doesn't force them to memorize and she doesn't even try to teach them she knows if she grabs him with a tune and lets them sing the all learn for themselves and then teach each other because humans are learning sheen's all she has to do is hack their interests with a catchy song and i'm hoping every tech evangelists out there just perked up at the word hack because i believe we can hack our way to a more productive workforce by doing something similar just as those students together create a choir of different voices so is there a workforce unbound by geography formed by a multitude of people waiting to be tapped you can call it the human cloud it's a workforce they can teach itself learn for itself and discover it's hidden talents and i believe you can harness the power of his human cloud to solve almost any problem as long as you keep human in the equation talent at every physician there are fires burning out fishing go back to this amazing easy i have no idea what sorry he made a mistake time.
"sheen" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"I want to talk about a couple of things i am i right in thinking this is actually something new i mean that is in previous seasons the narrow sort of just hunker down and sort of like made their way through it because the show was successful and the she's gonna pretend it and see it and if it is new then what's changed like what are the reasons why we're seeing this now in two thousand eighteen where we didn't see it in two thousand seventeen well it's sort of new i think that there have been incidents in the past is that isaiah washington instead his name yeah yeah and i was thinking also thinking charlie sheen on charlie sheen there have been incidents in the past where networks or producers have terminated stars of hit shows because of their bad behavior i think what has changed beyond the culture right around us i mean certainly since the i mean we are living in a weinstein arrogance we'll call it a post weinstein era that is an enormous difference i think the fact that we have a president who who is also a many times accused sexual assaulter and also notorious and factually proven liar has created a lot of sensitivity about these things and thirdly there's twitter and we now the situation where you can't get away with saying things the way you used to before simply because they weren't noticed i mean roseanne has been seeing crap like this for years years which they knew and people generally just sort of didn't know or if it happened it happened in disappeared that does not occur anymore i don't think that's that's a thing you can do now so the three stars i mentioned they all had surge trajectories it's worth maybe looking at what the commonalities are and what the differences are so jeffrey tambor there's specifics sexual harassment allegations against him but also increasingly just like being a dick kind of problems service about him this from transparent.
"sheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Don't start with him good night many oh you don't sound like you're doing too it started off with with people not doing what they should do or getting what they were going to say could you read and again okay all right two and a half men guests that one hold on no no one gets that one i had charlie sheen and drunk rice tv series very good in the first couple of seasons not so much after but well not charlie sheen loving emma hate him he had great comic timing timing ashton cushier didn't and i met him i met him on the set of that seventy show but compared to charlie sheen he he was a rookie well everybody has their niche all righty you keep reading i will what will brief thank you any the goes vehicles linear couldn't get the button to work in here comes john john good morning good morning hello john good morning morgan hawaii angelman there i think i'm gonna try.
"sheen" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Honest pretty rough hey there's a car speeding towards hey there's a good time to rice absurd it's not a tricycle is a big wheels i'd midnight you know what i didn't realize how much influence it had on groupers and it really did this movie definitely mean i mean if you don't like verbally you're not gonna dig the groups so dear i mean oh all right that's how if you make suburbia now it looks clean and it looks polish everything's digital and white way cheaper iphone and make it look better but they're shooting shortens on actual film stock and that's the only way you could do it back then and that's the result you get really cheap look and shit which makes it feel kind of thirty now penelope spheres her career is really interesting just look it up on wikipedia like her first film or student film has to do with richard pryor and there was lawsuits going on still footage of its floating around somewhere and then she went onto a movie cold the boys next door i think what charlie sheen and it was dark fucking creepy it's by these two sociopathic on killings charlie sheen's one of them it's really kind of dark movie and then she kind of mail that you'd kind of sold out to the man and she's no one now for like wayne's world credits achievement which is kind of upsetting anyways let's let's move on the i did soda all right let's talk about ready player what are one ready player one can see this you must have sought how many times these are just getting married to okay it's a long movie the book though so kind of twice.
"sheen" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Oh he's young guns to where there's a better cast and then ocean's eleven we've got clooney brad pitt uh who's in a dawn cheadle uh matt damon will similar yeah i think i go sion's eleven then the outsiders than young guns i think that's i might go i might flop outsiders in and ocean's eleven but yeah i i can't really disagree with that yeah i cruise the best looking in young guns you diamond phillips yeah good looking guy charlie sheen young charlie sheen nia bill anthony mayo estevez just is not does matter where i mean especially like how tall he for sutherland blake i dunno of kiefer used to be fine uh home new estevez his listed at five seven which means he's probably like five four i want you to be fine on my on my of it on my tombstone i'm going to write your will i will you will outlive me but if for words that sphere with a reason edgy treasure used to be fine uh thou all right your eurobit call that that sounds terrifying but quickly i at least it'll get cliques rate writings anthony kimba third or friend wants to know what's a tv show you wanna watch but having gotten to yet can it be one we need to finishers one that we have to be watch i need to finish the wire year you do i know that's why i said it you don't get to come in with judgment when i've already said it you first timeless religious focused.
"sheen" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Now right again the problem is it's such a deep joke but you have to know all the references right okay so so it yeah you're like okay oh you're about to make the point sorry exactly i have to and i'm sorry in this one is long to explain but in so got forty so first of all you got charlie sheen who is the son right and he is spoofing a part that was played by his father like twenty years ago and i konic part because that's kind of funny ramlet listening and then you cut away and it's like martin sheen and he's spoofing the role that he played twenty years before okay that's kind of funny right a little bit funny but then when they get each other right they were both in a movie together i a straight you'd have to know every reference i went over there so is it is so deep that sevilla the vowed that is so random because if you don't know all the bits you like her what was that but if you know of all it's like dude how the fuck do you come up with that right it's like charlie sheen it's like hey i'm going to have him smith is dads part okay that's funny hey what are we call martin and and we'll get him disprove his own part okay well that's pretty funny to so what are we going to do about this like where do you take it from there it's funny that the dead as spoofing his own part that the sun is spoofing but then wall street they were in the movie together i guess could get it at any level and it still could possibly be funny no matter what level that you get it whether you've seen the charlie sheen movies or whether you've seen wall street or not or whether you even know the charlie sheen and martin sheen our our father and son i don't know i mean it doesn't really matter it's it's going to be your acres their bits and pieces of it right let's say there are five levels or whatever it is right if you get one of it's kind of funny to get to it's even for yeah you're right there could be different pieces of it that you could get in there and there.
"sheen" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"He does like a hand vis all right right hit love him like pulling opinnion throwing your days right thank you like wait a minute and then you'll ever the joke and then you laugh at the fact that right goes into joker native making fun of the fact that you're going to live with a joke late yes great purpose is click the greatest joke ever told i i don't know if have on this show before and they give told this it has to be but had to be at least two hundred episodes movie called hot shots hatchets park and it's the guy made aeroplane okay okay the guys who made airplane and um it's a joke charlie sheen and martin sheen right so you got charlie sheen and he's spoofing apocalypse now nine he is on like he's on his river is on an old like vietnamese fishing boat and he's reading a dossier of a guy right and and you hear his fought bubble right he's like reads like my gosh i can't believe that this guy has has turned he he's he's decorated and and he's he's got all these kills i mean this guy he's it amazing military man why is he going crazy right and like this is back with it in an apocalypse now and then you cut away and you see another boat coming down the river like exactly the same boat coming the other direction on okay the go to a close up and it's martin sheen right led by the way martin sheen is charlie sheen father and martin sheen is the guy that played this character in apocalypse now he's the actor that actually originally did this role it apocalypse now and you see him he's doing the same thing and he's like looking through a folder of a dossier aim is like you hear his thoughts of like in miltary guy and then the cutback charlie sheen and it's like it's him and then they show this wijaja you see the two boats and they're coming towards each other right and both guys at the same time they stand up and they look at each other and it's a look like hang on we've 290 you from some what kind of thing and as the boats are passing each other they both give this look on the face of of recognition and they both at the same time say i loved you in wall street.
"sheen" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Peter tolan by name moose senate major shows a great guy he came on board and he's done some rewriting i've done summary running up his rewriting he's than samoa rewriting of mine and uh we're ready to go starting the cat and the concept is what basically the kind always a retirement village and but it through retirement village where the people are not living in the park splint individual homes right so they have uh gulf carts that they're riding biz in each other they have a uh a big a public space with where they can do the lou hours in the dances lion and a gymnasium and so forth and they are living active exciting lives and this will give you an idea backed win exactly i was working on when i wrote at the first raft uh charlie sheen was in the headlines plow andy booth all of that that you're going on that is life the up and i thought oh my god if i was on the air now he would have an uncle let he called for advice right at living in this retirement driven and we would have charlie ching charlie sheen in its problem on the show and so i look forward to nephews and sons and daughters and so forth on the telephone could be out of politics could be out up show business could be uh could be just the person who is wiser than they were want one thing is for certain there'll be no shortage of those issues.