19 Burst results for "Spall"

"spall" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"spall" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"The sixers amateur fights to champion so it was definitely a great experience. That outs somebody like that. it was good work. I can tell you that you went to was that. Enter his jim. Oh dan how they feel. Did you get. Did you get like butterflies. Because obviously everybody looking at you you know. It's it's there jim. It's their jimmy. You the outsider until you fucking spall and show you got it and they give you that. I bet you the outside but am i wrong. In my opinion the different was everybody. Nice how was it in. How'd you how'd it feel for you know you're going like an outsider. People don't know you know go down They come to is super super. Nice gym on the they. They come greet she. You know everybody's friendly they wanna know. What in coming from. Our coaches ruined algebra coaches so it was definitely a great experience. They walk me and we'll open arms for sure. What would you say you've changed in terms of style from them now because obviously then you were training yourself you were you were doing things you see on tv and just putting it together. You know what. I mean now. I guess you're i'm hoping you're getting some sort of direction So so. I guess i don't know what is some of the differences Patients being a lot more patients Seen the ring a lot better and started to see.

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"spall" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

04:10 min | 8 months ago

"spall" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"As far as possible. There are no guarantees in this world but. As far as humanly possible here's a lot of biological diversity that will never come extinct. Or. So we hope. The seeds in this vault which are essential to helping us survive on a warming planet. Even, they could one day be threatened by climate change. This past summer was the warmest on record install barred and a few years back water seeped into the vault. and. Scientists have since all the tunnels waterproof. Fowler says if we're going to have a vault to hold some of the most precious resources on earth. SPALL Bard is about as good as it can get. And so for now. Those seats are sitting in the vault. Waiting for us to need them. Someday..

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"spall" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"spall" Discussed on Conversations

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"spall" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

14:30 min | 1 year ago

"spall" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"Newspaper. He's paper podcast. I'm ben luke this week. We look at a unique collaboration between two artists based in trinidad the british born painter chrissa feely and the jamaican-born sculptor jasmine thomas musk irvine but first artist on film at the end of august a._g. Noble film mrs larry and son arrived in u._k. Cinemas subject is the relationship ship between the painter. Ls lowry played by timothy spall and his mother played by vanessa redgrave. This is not the first time that timothy spall has played a popular british artist in two thousand fourteen fourteen. He started might lead epic buyer of jam. W turner called mr turner. Tim came to the studio in august to discuss larry and the intimate yet fraught relationship captured captured in noblesville. Ls lowry.

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"spall" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"spall" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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Ring finally has a doorbell cam for renters and apartment dwellers

Killer Innovations

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Ring finally has a doorbell cam for renters and apartment dwellers

"There Tuesday that you know, loved it. Not for my house, while my wife would ever allow me to bring that home. I'd love it would would would make it past the front door. But there are these devices though, that can't transform and I remember back when I was CTO HP. I had the accessibility technology team is primerica association. Back. Then see the healthcare segment was pretty Spall. And we were kind of that team was part of a very small community here at the puck way when a corner one of the remote. Sorry, it's it's becoming a big area. So what's so incredible about the digital health innovations? We're seeing the show is I mean, the the big story is it gives people greater control of their health wellness, right? So

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"spall" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"spall" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

"Spall? Sleet. And. Two. Aping of glow. Two sets. Chris. Slam. Skin. Disguise. Smith. Got. Sure. And that puts the wraps on the two thousand eighteen coral courts radio our holiday special. Wow. What a lot of fun. Putting this together. It's it's a lot of work. And there's a lot of really crappy Christmas music to sort through to bring you what I did. So you don't like everything imagine what you didn't hear. If you like what you heard. I encourage you to do two things. One research the artists and the songs that you liked and then hit your local brick and mortar record store and purchase. Those or go to Amazon and by the music outright. That's the right thing to do. And otherwise if you like this pass it on your, friends and subscribe to the coral courts radio hour right here on the deep dish radio podcast feed. I'm Tim powers. This is my show. Thanks very much for sticking. It all out. I've got one more cut, and we're wrapping it up. Thanks again. For listening have great two thousand nineteen. See? Chain. Sally.

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"spall" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"spall" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"spall" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"spall" Discussed on RobinLynne

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Moto GP will miss a few riders during the next round and The Mexican Moto GP and if it's safe

Motorsport Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Moto GP will miss a few riders during the next round and The Mexican Moto GP and if it's safe

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"spall" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"spall" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Is in theaters now stroked by j by all wanna he is director of the impossible and a monster calls starring chris pratt and bryce dallas howard rafe spall ten levine toby jones james cromwell and jeff goldblum who is a big actor in a small role in this film very very procreate was a cameo or small rural no small role because he's playing dot com he's playing in malcolm he's actually in one thing the beginning in one smalls the his seat at the end is a continuation of the beginning but it is very much tacked on very much like you can see the test audiences didn't like didn't respond to the end they wanted to the one i'm doing and they tacked it on it was out of place logan see this no no you're not you're not much more of the balls the balls were already like the little observation oh those those can be but no nothing good on the blue dinosaur that that that was kind of the nail blew up bigger character and james cromwell yes like i don't i don't need a dinosaur they call blue blue different colorings everyone can identify him because all the other dinosaurs look like it just seems to slobby fifty one percent of run tomatoes also case very fair this movie a couple of interesting scenes a few seen stick out there's a great scene where dinosaurs and a little girl's bedroom a great scene where to people trying to escape from dinosaurs holding cell and they get to like a fire escape ladder and the ladder of course all of those ones that falls down on it so a couple of very effective scenes credit words do j by ona i loved the impossible he's talented director but ultimately very dull movie this this is frankly very number there's a great scene where like so the whole premise of the movie is chris pratt first of all about a second just reminded me of the alien franchise where with the last movie especially but the last two also they have to keep get these characters keep making dumber and dumber decisions to get into the senator of these creatures like the audience is starting to lose credulity worth why would they do that and now they're going to great greater links they go back to this island willingly being pratt and wrestles after the gun gun took over complete disaster he didn't require every movie he didn't require a ton of armtwisting to go back to this almost certain death back roaming free what was the motivation i don't remember i think i think it was just to spite her like because they reflect like flirty right if i remember correctly but worse than that worse than that is they for some reason insist on bringing these two younger characters who are in brisighella bro south how remember she was employees now she's like a rights activists like dino right complete one eighty to the younger hipster kids in her office character really decided hey let's go to this island where shirt death rome's run every corner and they go and wouldn't you know some people killed out this or calling island oh kong's way yeah come that was fun at part this rampage rampage it seems like a brian movie what five years ago that's a brian movie far you've come a long way this isn't even spoiler so the you're gonna talk about this new dinosaur they've bread remember the the dominance wrecks that was the big one last yeah now this splice the dominance rex with velociraptor so they have the indo raptor it just keeps getting more and more absurd you can see the home and then like a canadian franchise mba franchise might be called the indo raptors off because the third act of this film is they bring all the dinosaurs back but not to a sanctuary they bring them back to auction them off to like underground like black market you know arms dealers and stuff like in mississippi that wanna have gator and there it's more like you know ukrainians they're gonna weapon exactly and the indo raptor is this magical isis go like a hand other other hands hands on on like the black friday they're just be no wrappers everywhere they release them in a walmart so the and that would be they wheel out all these diners the wheel at all these dinosaurs in of course these you have very high tech cages because they.

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"spall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"spall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Spall donates all the proceeds from the sale of these uniforms the merchandise to organizations that support families who have relatives who have died in the military so i think that what i learned about that that was good and i learned really to to solidify in my mind the meaning of memorial day and it's different than veterans day and it's different than other holidays that commemorate different people who are in the military now but it really is a day to commemorate and remember the people who died and they died for freedom and it goes back to you know the early parts of this country to fight for freedom to fight for religious freedom the freedom of speech and the freedom to live your life and the country was built on that and the country was built on people coming from all over the world a little group that came from england now was it well they turned into two hundred fifty or three hundred million and they've all come from someplace and that's what the country is all about and people died over these centuries so protect that right to come into the country and be part of the country and to be free and to be able to say what you want and do what you want and and have someone tell you what you can say and what you can do and have the police come to your house in the middle of the night and take people away and all that stuff and i just thought about it we really solidified that over the weekend and talking about it and i look at the cemeteries and i think of the the people who died on the beaches of normandy in world war two who died in the trenches and the forest and the gas attacks in world war one the the young kids who got caught up in vietnam who weren't in college and didn't have deferments and and became the the guys that i was with at fort jackson in south carolina when i was going home as an us army reserve is these guys were going to vietnam and to the people who fought in afghanistan.

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"spall" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"spall" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Really good at cnn's really good but they freak you out they go hey somebody's after you there's an illuminated going on there's underground discussions there's deep state activity now you so paranoid that you're willing to believe anything firms always looking for exactly oh don't let them pimp you with the paranoia is talking about spotify for we get out of here spall good good cop spotify going down a very very slippery slope i see alley yeah apple pan dora have followed suit and our they've they've dropped kelly for new playlists whatever the fuck that means as a very slippery slope and the reason is very slippery slope you won't pay and bill i was saying pay pay bill we pay all right remember today's podcast is also brought to you by talk space the online therre becoming lets you message licensed therapist from anywhere anytime talk to them about how you have no purpose and you need to have some kids they'll agree with you all you need is computer with an internet connection or the talk space mobile app that means who can improve your mental help even if you've had trouble making time for in the past remember that there appeared isn't just about venting your innermost thoughts or digging into your childhood memories it's about practical everyday strategies for stress management and living a happier life happening a therapist simply provides you with a designated person for you to talk to who is trained to listen and help you make positive changes the talks based platform has over two thousand licensed therapists who are experienced addressing life challenges we all face to match with the perfect therapist for a fraction of the price of traditional therapy go to talk space dot com slash idiot and use the code idiot to get forty five dollars off your first month in show your support for this show that's code i d i o t and talks base dot com slash idiot talks base therapy for how we.

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"spall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"spall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You know the bigger point of this book on us versus them is that so many of the things that the americans have been promoting for decades now the free trade the americans are going to lead the world make a safer democracy have our troops although a world and ensure stability open borders that really a growing number of americans maybe even a majority just like a growing number peons across the continent say this isn't working for us anymore korea i want these two thousand troops out of syria right there's no one in the foreign policy establishment that was concerned about that no we gotta do this of course you've got to balance out commercial trump is saying what about these two thousand people like members of the working class those enlisted men and women that families they voted for trump for hillary and jeb reason for that decades of failed wars domino's ghanistan iraq and spall by trump being president anymore much much deeper set of structural issues in burma tell us about what's happening what we're seeing in europe with the rise of these populist movements in in italy i mean in the most recent elections you saw berlusconi's party growing what's happening what are we seeing throughout your is this a wave is this something that is and why hasn't why hasn't it reached the shores of germany yet did so in in in germany merckel has despite the fact that the german economy is doing very well pretty good about the economy from you know sort of a lot of those other europeans barely was reelected barely was able to form a government much weaker than a previous and so she's got basically a lame duck she can't build a stronger europe the way macron wants to that's dead in the water right now the french president's efforts for the first time since town nationalist party interpreting is in you need percents thirteen percent and they've only grown since then mary yeah you know i'm i'm having some trouble hearing you you're garbling through our connection we're going to try to reconnect with you so we can finish on our conversation but no it was fascinating watching yesterday i don't know how many of you saw the welcoming ceremony at the at the on the south lawn of the white house but the chemistry between trump and and macron and the.

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"spall" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"spall" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And it wasn't at vocal to or you know it's not necessarily just putting on a pair of glasses or you know yeah and yet on the flip side i also i really like and really respond to actors who strip away every external thing they're not trying to look different they're not trying to sound different near tried to distill whatever it is they're doing into a few moments that are universally empathetic were uh relatable and uh when all of that artifice has stripped away and it's none of that that that is probably my very so it's a good example of that serb moments pops mind i was actually we were talking earlier roles with a tale um there's there's something to me that it won't uh credibly moving about timothy spall performance in secret demise and that is not you know even though he doesn't really like it's like speak like that or anything there that he doesn't do much right and i remember seeing that movie in the theater and i was thinking i he's such a great actor but he's kind of looks like he's coasting through this movies not doing he's not doing much of anything ripe and you have somebody who's also incredible new movie brenda blethyn who was getting a lot of the press about in her but there is a moment nearing the end of the film where timothy spall is standing amongst these women that he has that he loves he says stop at stop at stop at stop and he loses loses it is says at the three women i love the most of my life can't stand each other and i can't take it anymore and all of this stuff that he just been sitting on for the whole movie comes out and i found it to be the most moving memorable and resonant performance i think that i mean of all time from that for me that's how the effect and it was an incredible lesson and i thought here's a guy that trusts what he's doing and there's no bells and whistles none nothing.

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"spall" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"spall" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"Great so that just tells you the power of that movie continues almost to your later so so i would i would definitely courage if you have kids and so many love soccer full this is this is the stop actions yes wallace and gromit is and by the way great voice cast eddie red main tom hit allston maisy williams timothy spall so it's just it's a lot lot of voice to show up on ads in the super bowl i don't think they did this year seems to me yeah didn't see at the show did not see it go and see that it's fun neat okay here's a quick plug you can follow an hornets reviews at washington post dot com send us your thoughts on email to at the movies twenty two g mail this podcast comes to you from chatter the all american restaurant located wisconsin and jennifer in northwest washington dc chatter visit our newly remodeled men's room soon to be wrong now here's mark on the virtues of big boss sauce yes we love big boss sauce steve is in the crew out there in wisconsin they're great all kinds of of great sauces the big bosses the original barbecue the bull barbecue buffalo wild sauce teriyaki jamaican jerk fire sauce brought sauce from wisconsin every week if you're anywhere near wisconsin you gotta have and you've gotta have brought sauce i got the wild sauce at home i am very much enjoying your close brushing your teeth with action.

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"spall" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"spall" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"A real pleasure welcome in one of the best actors around his name is timothy spall icty stars in a wonderful new film called the journey as i described earlier i feel like it's frost nixon but involving the ira timothy what was it about the material that attracted you to it because i think the the beauty of it is your performance un komiti together that's what really makes this story seeing what was it for you oh well you're woah me it's a profound story about rings and a thing that happened in northern ireland bridge pa the british oil as it which was a big political uh you know a conflict that goes more or less a civil war the only lost ten years and because of this speech processed stopped so these two carriages were a you know in praising the uh and uh much quicken it's where representatives of the two absolute a extreme factions everybody else it for them to why all the offer tuesday more moderate voices in these two guys are in a position in rhode island only then we're gonna have the power to make this peace process work an everybody everybody so it was hopeless because they were representatives of the extreme side i thought this is a judge this film is called the journey 'cause it's a a take on more how this hacking be these two in implacable guys how long but not only did they end up stuff being uh an arch enemies they eventually rtz bigtime joint leaders of the country and friends so it's about that how conflict out you know an impossible conflict can be resolved through the charging of humanity on a certain amount of personal soccer for and your performance is wonderful timothy have such glowering energy and you know your characters so reluctant to make peace with communities caretakers he views him as sapar this iarraidh this terrorist organisation it killed all these women and children had it must have been challenge if you complain that rule you know the beach you have to play to get to the the end result that resolution but how much area nation hostility do present throughout the movie.

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"spall" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"spall" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Last row forty is the journey this is from director nick ham he's the fictional account of to enemies in northern ireland the democratic unionist party leader ian paisley and sinn fein politician martin mcguinness paisley's paid by timothy spall will becoming a moment terribly and kohmeini plays the politician and this is a apocryphal account i'll the two thousand six saint andrews agreement which brought peace to northern ireland so it's this fictional conceit of these two guys sharing a car together and it's a rather playful scripts even though it has a lot of intelligence to it i'm sure it's base somewhat on fact but the best way can describe it is it's like frost nixon involving the ira so if you haven't seen frost nixon that movie pits davor frosty british journalist and a wonderful performance by franklin gel playing richard nixon and ron howard excellent directive that movie but essentially it's just a to hinder its two actors going toetotoe same thing with the jury you've got spall you've got many they're stuck in a car together and one guys supportive of the ira and then the guy supportive of the traditional paul pulse politicians life views the ira's a bunch of tears so you know they have some it's a very predictable stolen that's falling at times feels a little bit pedestrian 'cause you know exactly where it's going to go you put these two options together an eventually they're going to get to some sort of an agreement and there's bickering and this frustration and there's little humor in there but eventually come to that resolution but the reason i like it is because the performances just like with frost nixon that the two leads can carry the movie and in this case fall in meaning certainly do particularly swahli place his characteristic glowering energy and resentment other ends up being a really enjoyable movies to check out the journey i'm giving it three maple leafs are once again a frost nixon in terms of the ira excellent film and timothy spall will join us now.

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"spall" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

03:35 min | 4 years ago

"spall" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Write about this why do they feel the need support sport down on people down when we're all in the ship that sails called spall we'll make a living out of it i don't understand and i come see you stray off the bye my few cushy right for the times you write articles and books do you think the press on the whole cova sport responsibly well i would say that when it comes to investigations like child abuse and football i think that is in the public interest and i think the press do a good job david walser the sunday times he brought down lance armstrong i think there's some great lyrical writing as well but this thing that you'll pointing to the press is too negative that often it positions spor as going to the dogs or athletes who they've previously celebrated they suddenly want to take them down i think that's an interesting phenomenon i don't think it's completely untrue i think you're onto something here but think about this fred why is it that people by the newspapers when it's negative you get a really harsh savage back page headline circulation goes up the journalists are doing this just for reasons of cruelty there's a market imperative that trying to sell newspapers i agree complete with this and i agree you look i'm going to go off pace that little bit look at a cat actions these actions i'll be under severe i don't know what due i've got no idea what these kinda ch'ien's do they haven't been at work don't every now and then and then photographs in the rear there and everywhere and everyone has at the kardashians to be honest with you i think the geniuses because the doing nothing but again all this money all this attention and this goes back to what you said people nobody wants to admit that they watch what that god asham program nobody wants to admit that the read about them most somebody is that's why they're earning so much money and getting back to what your saying people will crisis people will bad news people we've seen people it's all poppy syndrome you put them on a pedestal just to be not down everyone's talking about it why do we feel the need to read about it why do the press feel the needs to write about it i don't get it i don't get anybody matthew you know the question i would ask and i i really read about starts in my media career i remember doing an interview with the better from the wealth ways in fierce weights a radio interview with them with a reporter and i was on the back foot on our my gresham out my because i was losing the argument i've come out with them woods which not heard of any more well what do you know have you ever played the sports that was the words i you i quickly found out that that was a no no injin as i absolutely hammered and you know if you don't do not say them words but as as a sport this as a journalist matthew who's played sports do you think it gives you a better you know spor professionally yet does do you think it gives you an edge over some of your competitors who haven't played sport i think it can do because when you've actually play the sport at a high level something before he carry on i know even the press but you're not going to sit on the fence here i say and it can do come on come on no think about it i was gonna say that you definitely can get into the intricacies of the game you know i was table tennis player bank spin side spin stuff that people who adjust messages or the one i.

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