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"tony wilson" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

07:57 min | 6 months ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Welcome to inside 30 cars. Tony Wilson Craig raville, and we're joined by the newest winner on the block and the newest winner in supercars. Will Brown welcome on board again. So he goes, thanks for having me again. If you're one of the cool things to have you at this moment, time, because clearly you didn't lock into a win you didn't just fall over your feet or anything like that. You hand off to the hottest charges in the paddock, and you did it with a great deal of bright style and a four, you certainly will know where you are. You probably have the ordinary habits that win. Now I know nothing out of the ordinary just been just being recovering and getting ready to go, you know, it's a big big thing being white full weeks and yeah, we've just been flat out. So a lot of media calls and all that sort of stuff after and they're chatting to the family and very excited, but nothing's changed too much. It's just exciting to have one. I'm sure you've already been told this, but it's a remarkable thing that you're the first rookie the win. I think Scott McLaughlin and Chandler 8 years ago. That's a remarkable thing to have done and maybe I'll just tell you briefly about those two. Scottie won a possibility, and it was obviously the moment of his life because he won as a track where he had started the child watching Greg Murphy and he was driving Gary Rogers Commodore. Sometime later that year, chaz lawsuit in a dick Johnson falcon at Queensland rightway did the same thing. He won in his rookie year and you have done the same thing as those two guys did against some of the toughest competitors in world motor sport. So it's a remarkable thing and you know, I mean, obviously you're very grateful to Barry and Becky. But tell us, you know, the lead up to it. How much had you really prepared for this whole week in a row at biggie motor sport? Are you prepared as well as you can as you guys know? You can't take the testing in supercars, you know, it's just too costly. We don't get the test days. You're only allowed, you know, certain amounts. So really, for me, I was just, you know, keeping fear keeping healthy and happy. There's not a lot more you can do and watching footage and making sure we are ready to go. So the lead up was was a bit of a long laid up. You know, the three months to get ready, but I'll tell you what over the last three weeks it definitely knew we could win a race and there was probably a few taken away from us, but that loss rice to win on merit and not because the tires we actually had less tires than triplet we put two on instead of three. And just to hold them out in there. It was a pretty cool way to get your first win and it was an exciting race. I think it all, like I've watched the pack after. After the event and it looked very exciting on TV. When you went in for the pit stop, knowing what the team's been through in the last three weeks was the hot in the mouth just for a moment. Not at all. I'd complete fight them. They did an awesome stop for me the race before. And I knew that now for us. Did you approach the track having practice today with a little bit of a different mindset or any more kind of actually the most confident man I've ever met in my life? So did you have more confidence today knowing that you got the job done, you achieved that goal? You've now won in everything you've driven. I don't know if I had more confidence today, but I guess, you know, it's good for the team to take off with two rookies and know that we can win. It is a big thing when you win. You get that feeling and you know you can do it. And I know that from junior categories, but yeah, it's just I just gives you that I think, you know, you just want to get that feeling back again and everyone works really hard to try and win. One of the things that, you know, and I've watched you since the days, I think I saw you a couple of formula Ford races. But certainly 86 and. One of the things that is evident with you is that is that building things that happens with drivers. And you've seen it throughout your life and have the drivers that you get to a comfort level. You get to a comfort level being in the top ten, the top 5 the podium and then bingo. You're there comfortable as a win. Now you've had this chance through this free round prior to build your confidence of the track. Has that helped you along with me being the same space? Maybe but to be honest, we probably had the chance to win the first weekend to be honest, like the car was quick. We just had that little bit of a thing going on. So Mars opinion is, you know, for the team and myself is that we could have won on the first weekend. So I don't know if it was a confidence in the track or anything like that. I think it was just we put our best foot forward and got it done. I don't really. I don't really think about it too much to be honest, just get in and drive. You've been around the supercars, category now for three years, driving able to cars. You obviously now know that what you're able to do. Have you set yourself a goal for 2022? I mean, if you said, okay, I need to be top 5. We already topped 5, I think. I need to be top three. Do you know where you want to sort of end up on that? This is the category where you want it to be. To be honest, I probably haven't set a goal for next year at obviously my my career goal is to win the supercar championship at some point. You know, and hopefully not just one. But I haven't set a golf for next year, obviously the goal would be we're running very good. This year we should finish top 8 in the championship of everything keeps going well. So really, it's just to better ourselves from this year. And just keep moving forward. We're not getting ahead of ourselves and going on, you know, we want one race. We're going to win the championship next to you now. We'll try our hardest to get up that championship and then fight for wins and do the best job we can. But, you know, I'm one of those drivers. I don't put a goal on it. And then, you know, I'd be disappointed or happy or whatever when it changes or just go out there and race and whatever it is at the end of the year, it is. Is there a difference in the feeling of the win? Was knowing that each time you've gone up a level, you've got closer to your endgame. Now you're at the end game and you've got the win. See that feel different to the ones before. I think just the feeling was still very similar, but you're just on a national level. You know, I guess your eye and turn 86 and stuff like that. But you don't have the eyes on you as supercars. So just that the work and effort that goes in as well. You've got staff working. You know, full-time on your cars to prep and make sure the best that they can be. And then for them, this is why they do it. So yeah, probably the hype around it and all of that was probably bigger than anything I've ever won, obviously. But yeah, it's still winning the same feeling, but yeah, it was definitely my biggest win ever. How much more was the media attention and the reaction to a win compared to what you've received previously? Like I said, it's on a supercars level. So it was massive compared to what I've received ever. But yeah, still trying to get back to messages and get back to everyone and yeah, just grateful for all the kind words and everyone, you know, that believed in that I could do it. And so today you are back at the track and back in a different role because this is the first test you've had a chance for a while. How does the cat feel again? Yeah, there's not a whole lot you can learn at Sydney for us like right now. To be honest, you know, the cars are good there. And we've got limited tires. You don't get any very many tires test. And as you can see, around Sydney, 12 laps in your tires are toast pretty much. So today was just about giving Jack laps. Obviously, he's a great driver, great co driver. And I'm really pumped having my board. But they only get to drive very minimal each year being co drivers and it's even less this year. So just gave him a lot of laps and just.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Yet. So i wanna be on the front end and i. I don't know who wants to lead here. My gut tells new jersey jewel. The ten wants to lead. I know she spit the bit last time out against three horses that were in here but she did look very impressive in the mud on july. Second tiger lily draws the rail. I expect i expect the one to go No steve. I wanna be ford. It in here. i wanna price. I think the a eleven which are the two horses. You alluded to that. Are the short price sources or both very vulnerable What are your thoughts. Your steve my gut cisco with the ten and hope to get lucky here in the eight hundred eleven beach then so be it If the ten sets a really grueling pace it could be craziness coming from off of it your thoughts. There's a horse on the inside that Has got my attention a little bit. And i want to see what the current odds are. Dad tastic was four to one for roy. Houston coming in a danza. Philly and is now nine to one with. She's run races that that are very competitive with the favorites. And if i'm in the in the lower half of this top ten sexually. And i wanna make up some ground right away knowing that if i if if any of the the top players anybody in the three hundreds for instance if they're gonna play a two one shot rich and and the conservative early then i think i want a horse like this for twenty dollars. If i'm if. I'm sitting the eight nine tenth. You look you look at somebody just refreshing the numbers jason phillips's at two sixty nine. So he's almost fifty dollars behind. You've got to make a move right now absolutely or chip away at it and be the deed or swing for the feds or do you go for a middle price type to get you know fifteen dollars close. Still got a little bit different. I don't think you necessarily need to make a move right now if this race looks more chalky but my point to you is this. This race is wide open. And this is your opportunity to make that move. You're alluding to right now and and looking at your four after further totally. See what you're saying last time. Outtake trouble bump twice. Rally late could get that hot pace but the four is going to need pace rich your thoughts and and if you were in the lower half of that ten what would be your mindset in where would you land actually when i hate to campus race fellows. I'd i'd i went right to the four in listening to you guys. I bet you that will be the sexiest play on up here on this date. I'll stick with. I'm gonna go at the tan and give the ten a another chance here. The higashi she was fractious out of the gate last time out that necessary talk. Okay sir praxis. Last time out I liked run. July second was it. Slop debated maybe so. I'll give her another chance. I tell you what she's going to be on the league. Steve and i want to be on the lead at monmouth dirt. Not not a bad rationale. Aw and let's get a quick rundown on the odds tire. Lily is twelve to one. Tony wilson carlos montalvo This funny bone philly lightly race that from an upside. Stay point we go getting close. All right Here we go. Then frank is franken's given everybody the populace up the app. The absolutely is soup does a good job. That's the last few months cologne going in. We'll know what the pixar very quickly they'll show them up in a minute she ten. They're sending it in late here. Eight.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Across the nation. And also into our military. Our generals and our admirals are now focused more on this nonsense than they are on our Enemies. You see these generals lately on television? They they are woke. Our military will be incapable of fighting and incapable of taking orders. Yeah, they are woke. As a matter of fact, Speaking of playing off of that That's trump. It's great to hear him back. He sounds as you know, tanned, ready and rested, but the Tucker Carlson he got into a little trouble. Remember, I was talking about this, general Mark Milley, who last week said, But you got to find out the origins of white rage. Hey, stupid. You want to look you want to look for white rage looking antifa. That's white rage. Find out the origins of white rage that has actual consequences where they're burning down buildings and the city is not functioning properly. And they don't have a police department. There's your white range. But either way, Tucker was like, Who is this guy to assign, you know to to to judge people based on the color of their skin? Thus I mean, regarding the white rage comment But anyway, he doubled down. He got in trouble for it. Apparently the everybody went crazy. A lion. Brian even said this on his news case regarding everybody, all the left and they freaked out over it. Uh, Tucker Carlson calling General Milley a pig. He called him a pig. This was lying. Brian Fox News is on and virtually every mess hall and lounge on in military bases, foreign and domestic. So think about it through the ranks. They're going to hear Fox News refer to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs as a stupid peg. So, yeah, it was okay for you guys to refer to our president as a Nazi That was okay. Thank you, Brian. That was okay. Very good dudes face and by the way, this general he's a bloated pos is what he is, Uh, any any general worried more about January 6th. Then he is about China. Should be court martialed. He shouldn't be running. The military can tell you that, but well, they're able. They're able to Tucker right now because they all killed him three weeks ago for he, even for even, you know, putting out there that the FBI may have been involved on January 6th, so they are clearly right now. MSNBC CNN have to talk across. No. Why is that Because he's very effective. That's why look any any yellow generals and naval Admiral Mike Gill Day who I said they should toss out the back of an aircraft carrier and then throw him a lifeline. Of course. Anybody is pushing these woke books by these barely literate racist authors like Abram X Candy, whose real name is Roger Harris or Robin D'Angelo. I mean, you guys, you really should not be league leading the military and whatever Tucker says it's fine with me. How about books about Pat Tillman or Chesty puller? A. Dwight Eisenhower something You've got to teach them? What a great noble country. Agree You're defending your motion. You're gonna give you life but before yeah. Oh, Sherman, Washington Lincoln or whatever the hell it is that not not these idiots telling you what What a horrible country Why would you want to die for a horrible country? Good point. Thank you. 1 808 48 w, ABC 1 808 48 92 Tony Wilson. You've got to write a book about move. Come on. That's a great American. He's a patriot. He's a great American patriot. And his much lost yesterday. We've got all that We've got the sports We've got beat Bernie, coming up at 9 40 Brought to you by Pete Morgan and Peerless borders your chance. $100 gift card in the WBC. Barry House Coffee mug, Plus Lydia reports coming.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"You'll never read Well my way, Say God save the quick way. The Lady's not for turning Your boy scouts. But you know, life, you know, life. Tony Wilson, creator of the speak All the website and podcast. Good morning to you. Morning. Sammy target some big headlines this week. US. Republicans have just voted to oust least shiny top Republican lawmaker from the party because of all the criticism of former President Donald Trump. She's been coming out with him. Truth, bombs and somebody then say some sick burns. So I thought it might be a little bit of fun this morning to focus on some of the finest burns over the years. Sick burns might. That's where we are. We are doing the We're doing the people would manage to really just nutshell. Take someone down with acid tongue with the ability to observe with, I guess that eagle eye and eloquent way of saying and the first one that I went to his. Actually, I guess it's one of the more famous sick burns in the entertainment industry. In recent years, it was Ricky device. 2020 Golden was actually almost, um, You know, it's still a fortune when I realized it was 2020. So it was in the kind of year but it was just before it all started. So it was a normal golden Globes looking ceremony was, it feels like my age, you guys, but it was a famous fan space sheet. He went from on old sorts of levels. He went individuals. Jeffrey Epstein came up. Brad Pitt was bagged for having very young girlfriends. It was full on of the Prince Andrew was in there as well. I've got a little clip of that one. No one cares about movies anymore. No one goes the cinema. Never. Really. What his network TV. Everyone's watching Netflix. This show.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"West Side story FILM 60 years after the original big call Big game plan there, Steve, But I guess if anyone has got the runs on the board, it's Mr Jurassic Park himself. So be casting an eye over West Side story. The film the musical and what still remains relevant. If indeed it still does Tony Wilson joining us to talk Speeches, and today we're gonna be celebrating. English as second language speeches off the back of Union Jones Oscar's acceptance speech, though Stove the world the other day. Plus so much more, of course, heading towards Margaret Poll taken through a headlines just before eight o'clock, stay with me. We're gonna have some fun. On the subject of West Side Story. Let's get into It's not in tow six Go my heart people let back in Ways way Kane's blowing ways that population The money always on the sunlight streaming on the natives steaming. I liked me. I love Manhattan. I know, you know. So can your type. I like being a medic. Okay, honey, Daddy, everything ready for this movie in America? Buying on credit is so nice one Don't get us and they charged y e wherever you're watching my scene. What will you have, though? To keep, Please save me. People well. Lots of new housing with more space, lots of those landing and our faith. Get the terrorist of Pops missed by together. End of your accent like can be breaking a man fighting a very pure white. Hi, Mary. Yeah. Hey, have you actually and you have fried? Let's just say I know side anything, you wait, tables and shine show. Everywhere. Grime in America organized crime in America. Terrible time in America. You forget I'm in a maybe I think I'll go back to San Juan. I know I thought you can get on everyone There will give big cheer Everyone there will have moved here. No. 24 to 6. I dedicated that song to anyone who was driving on their own right now listening to that, and just Just pop in the shoulders a little bit of tapping your finger on the way you know who you are. Don't lie. Modest oddity going on. Come on, Sammy Jo, I would've preferred a little acoustic number. But then, as it went, as it got more frenetic, you started to feel the music inside you. You're welcome. 13 to 6 your calls in a moment. Jonathan Kendall. Welcome to the conversation. Our real people, real stories, bringing Victoria together on all sorts of topics and issues. I can't wait. Oh, stay here in Melbourne and I'll be in sale in Gippsland. Hey, what do you want to be called? Jonathan Jonno. Jara, I whichever way you want to go on. Fine when you're in trouble, Jonathan Kendall. I don't do that. I'll get scared. Well, welcome, anyway. Thank you very much for show. Jonathan Kendall joins the conversation our next week. ABC radio Milburn. 30 minutes to six. Karen from Bond, Babe.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

The Microscopists

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

"Also the CCD camera had improved Leaps and Bounds partly because I got I mean one of the wonderful things about being an actor demek is you getting paid to conferences all over the place and twenty years ago or so the scientific CCD for astronomy or four aspect of Jos Kabhi was becoming very important and I was luckily lucky enough to be invited to a number of conferences in essence aimed at Imaging where the light levels are very low. So it was a meeting of people who were doing Imaging combined with people who were trying to detect off Credibly weak signals. And this was run by a spectroscopy structure spectroscopy is from East, Texas, and he ran these meetings in the Cayman Islands in December. So that was about as much of an impact as much of a come on to get interested in low Imaging in low light levels that introduced me to the wrong CC D camera in anger and also introduced me told me pretty clearly that the days of wet of wet photography were over all the companies who were there. The one that sticks in mind was Kodak and I thought if Kodak are getting interested in this this is going to be the way forward. So the CCD camera came along which could detect weaker signals. So you say to yourself. Well, what is it you want your microscope to do and the answer is you wanted to do everything the regular microscope wage. Do without any doubt. You don't want to throw any of that's a wait but you want it to have this axle resolution. So the question is, let's just start from scratch. Let's say okay, we've got the conventional microscope we can get the image electronically now trivially easily. You just stick a CCD camera there. There's no need to scan but you still have to get the thing to give you the three dimensional Imaging how on Earth can you do that which is where you'd be heading off completely was where we'd had originally so plan a was to use structured illumination because you like to do the mathematics. It turns out that if you do build a con focal again, I won't go into fine detail you illuminate the specimen with light from a point source. Mathematically a point source, if you think of it in terms of spatial frequencies contains all spatial frequencies. So you illuminate the specimen with all possible spatial frequencies. If you have a point detector, you detect it with all possible spatial frequencies. Do you have a conventional microscope? You have a life playing our detector that's got one spatial frequency. So with a conventional microscope, you detect one spatial frequency with the conventional you detect all of them with the conventional. Only do you detect all of them you actually detect an average over all of them if it's an average, it can't be the best. So the thought there for is let's not let's not the illuminae with all spatial frequencies. That means all angles. But let's see Luminate with one.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

The Microscopists

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

"Here is midnight in the UK. So I do tend to download the crossword in the evening and have a play about with it. And for reasons, you will understand you play around with a crossword. You can't do it you then go and do something else in my case is going to bed and then you wake up in the morning and suddenly number three down his easy if it's come back to you in the dream. Yes, but absolutely history. Like I said, just keep you awake at night when I think about why I can't understand it. Well sadly that puts me to sleep. What else do you do to pass your time to watch TV, which preferred TV or book? Book because of sites is at right thing book because the pictures are better. I mean, I've just the trouble with a book though is you can't put the thing down. I mean, just started reading I have to confess to you. I'd never read whiskey Galore the Compton Mackenzie thing set in his fictional hybrid be an island until the last couple of days in the problem is once you start to read this thing. I mean, it's a hilariously well written thing. It's like something you get your teeth into you don't really want to put the thing down so I am I I sort of don't you need coffee, which I'm afraid? I don't have it the minute. I don't have you say what do I am? Did I miss about being in the states? What do I miss about being in the states? And the answer is three things which have improved a bit the three things that I miss when lived in New Jersey was one bread to cheese and the other one was espresso which I see you are well stocked with and I'm a things have improved a lot certainly down. We're both ranches things improved tremendously when George Bush jr. Was President his ranches in the neighboring County Dodge not whether it was the visiting press pack or whatever, but the coffee locally improved tremendously,.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

The Microscopists

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

"Paper to read you just picked up the telephone spoke to a tape recorder and the next morning or shortly thereafter a photograph was on your desk. It was the only time where the Mantra spend money to save time was the way you did. I mean right now I'm a university you wouldn't dream it. But you would dream of it possibly do it. It's very very much. So that was that was a real eye-opener. But by the way, I'm not sure that throwing money at it was really the right way but was a pleasant thing to do and not living in America itself outside of work. How is that creating? I work was a lucky the bill. Well Bell Labs began live in Manhattan and then log Labs moved out to New Jersey and I worked at a bell Labs place called Holmdel that there were really two big ones. Maria Hill was the original warm then Holmdel was an offshoot and offshoot of Holmdel was a place called Crawford Hill, which is just a few ways probably about a mile away. And that's where the first satellite thing went. From what I was lucky for the first time in my life to live on the beach, but not not actually on that the beach but within about fifty meters of the Palm Beach and that afforded two things one. In the winter, it was extraordinarily cold and my car would freeze up there but it really was very cold. But from this beach, I remember lying in the water having gone down and laying on my back and looking through my feet and threw my back seat. I could see the Verrazano Narrows Bridge and behind that the World Trade Center and I thought this is not a bad view really this was pretty nice home. So that's the second time. I've just noticed your now lying down. You send me Beach Bum at this point. Absolutely on you understand biology Q like to you probably prefer to lie down and just relax coming off the night owl. Are you an early bird or are you I don't want either know just just meet a person know I prefer the early mornings. I don't like dead. Late nights particularly. I mean do them from time to time the idea of burning the midnight oil. I don't like I much prefer to get up early. So I also know you got a passion for fashion crossword cryptic crossword. I'm afraid so yeah. Yeah, I'm afraid so that that arrives on your desktop at 6:00. Is it at the moment it arrives at midnight in the UK? That's to say I have a subscription. So to be perfectly honest I do what is probably the easiest of the cryptic's I won't say which is no such thing as an easy freaking password. I still just do not get them at all. There is such a thing as a really hard and and so when I'm here in Texas 6A, it depends on the time. Yeah, but right now we're six hours. Uh behind you so 6 a.m..

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"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

The Microscopists

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on The Microscopists

"Today on the microscopy pests. But you of course have to understand in this part of the world. It's not a matter of how many cows you have the acreage how many acres you have the cows? Oh, not quite but pretty close to that. I'm afraid so size definitely matters. And I guess that your whole career is about being making things just beginning small things bigger all things bigger. That's right. Welcome to the microscopy wrists in today's episode. I stepped into a brief history of higher vocal microscopy came to be with one of its Pioneers Tony Wilson from the University of Oxford wearing his cowboy hat and Boots throughout most of the interview. Tony talked about his passion for catalog. He's Joshua and Yorkshire cricket and have finding life scientists to this new technique was not as simple as you may know think. Hello, I'm Peter O'Toole. And today in the Microsoft Surface. I'm joined with Tony Wilson. Hi, Tony by Peter, but I don't know if you if you remember even but actually the very first Contact I had obviously I knew who you were with the very first Contact I had with you is a letter through the post invited me to be a member of the light microscopy section at the wrong my thoughts on society if we weren't still in lockdown. I still have it in my office that letter good grief. That's a long time. I go feed that that must be twenty years ago own. No less must be no definitely less. Yeah, sadly. I have white hair. Yeah so off I go sideways. I'll be obviously I hear a lot today looking like that to just hide that silver sheen within it. So I had that and I remember my first meeting a meeting, you know. I wasn't nearly as confident. I was feeling a bit out of water. Really when I came in and you made it really welcoming at the time. That's very kind of you to say so how long you obviously I knew hoppy your reputation precedes you always do is one of the pioneers of the confocal microscope and we'll come to that a little bit but I quickly found out you're not all that serious and I saw him pointed that goes. Oh, yeah just get Tony asked it to talkin about Cowboys and I talked about so tightly I I do believe that you're quite off of your certain your cowboy boots cowboy boots afraid..

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"tony wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reduction on the movie takes he said okay we'll wait and he did and nine months later or ten months later when Emma was born we my first husband Tony Wilson and I traveled to Hollywood and were welcomed into the heart of the Disney studios and lovely people and couldn't have been more spoiled the amazing thing is that my husband at the time Tony Walton who was a designer and I was asked by Walt to bring his designs with him so he could see them and when he did see them he hired Tony on the spot to do the costumes and the interior is mostly of Mary Poppins the film talk about a phenomenal break for this married couple that with a new baby and and the job for those of us it was I'm and Tony and I got a wonderful and academy award nomination for that so how many months after you give birth did you have to start rehearsing dance scenes and well we did you know all the rehearsals form for the choreography and four and the pre recording that had to be done of the songs and costumes had to be fitted it was about three months before we traveled to Hollywood and then about four or nearly five I think before we actually began shooting did your body feel ready because it's a very a physical role also considering you were flying yes well it didn't feel ready I mean having just had a baby it took me awhile to get in shape by the way I felt I should be there was an enormous amount of action in every way I would you know work out every day and and of course there as I said that with the dances to learn which were pretty active and I didn't feel ready but I guess I was I want to ask you about the flying scenes it sounds sounds well and have to wear a harness for some of the flying in the harness rose you're hitting a homes you know these days special effects like lying and so on it so much easier than they were in the days when I made a Mary Poppins but I defy anyone to spot any of the tricks that Disney employed to make the movie and the special effects work yes there was a lot of flying sometime as I was on a giant teeter totter at as you call it a big sea sore sometimes I was at the top of a ladder and have clouds around me and many other things it was very interesting and all new to me but they've flying harness wise as you just said very painful you know I would be fairly high up in the studio and hanging around for quite a long time but it was pretty scary and the thank heavens I was perfectly alright Emma let's bring you into the conversation do you remember the first time you saw your mother in Mary Poppins what I remember Terry one of my earliest memories is not actually seeing the film but being in a department store in a children's clothing section of a department store and I think I was about three years old and it must have been right around the time the film came out because it took so long in post production after the film was shot for them to finish all the special effects and so forth in the animation and I was with my nanny at the time and they had set up a display for Mary Poppins in the children's section of the department and they were all these life size cardboard cut outs of my mom and I remember pointing to them and saying look there's mommy and then suddenly becoming aware of two women who were shopping in the department next to us saying to one another isn't that sweet that little girl thinks her mother is Mary Poppins and I I was like but but it but she is that's that's my mom you know and I think that was the first time I understood that my mom's job was perhaps a little different the little public official yes I'm a what was it like for you to know people who like worship your mother because of the movies I'm talking about when you were young when you were a child yourself and they thought of your mother as you know Maria and the sound of music or Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins as basically like the perfect governess who could like sue then the child being any child like see you know this see the the the the silver lining of any cloud and and you know they they knew how hard I was struggling to everything runs a real mom yeah yes so so am I what was it like free for you to see this like Hollywood version of that you know of your of your mother's role verses like what was really low what was like in real life well it was it was challenging sometimes as as you can imagine them lot of times people would ask me questions or assume you know does she sing you to sleep at night and things like that it's baffled me no certainly not all of those songs anyway you know one doesn't want doesn't generally bring ones work home if one can help it and so we if she if when she sang to me it was usually you know English lullabies and and Old English songs from vaudeville days that you know harks back to her youth and later we moved around a lot because of course because of her work taking her to various different parts of the world and so as a result I went to a number of different schools I think I went to about seven different schools of the cross of the course of my childhood and that was interesting because I've finally found that if people found out who my mother was they would tend to sort of want to be friends in order to get an invite over to the house kind of thing so I learned to hide behind the name Walton which is my which is was my maiden name is my father's name for as long as I possibly could so as to cultivate hopefully some real friendships before any of the other stuff became lets our shows that religion at all no it was it wasn't sad it was all you knew really yes was what it was and and the truth is mom was very very family as as people who read the book will see you know family means everything to her home and family hence the title of both memories having the word home in it you know she was a mom through and through at home and always made an effort to get up and make breakfast for us before school in the mornings even if she had a full day at the studio or was night shooting and you know really worked hard to create a family routine and atmosphere at home that was real and normal and and separate and apart from all the other stuff of Hollywood so it was a bit of a contrast to what people I think imagined and the film's episodic there for you know that was a cute work sometimes and then some long periods between a movie at when one was just home and being a mom did you feel Julie enters did you feel pressure to measure up to Mary Poppins and to Maria and this is it to be perfect to be S. solution to your children's problems on it not a tool at Terry and I'm far from that but but am I did feel pressured to be as good a mom as I could because I was aware of that save other people in the business who had issues with with family and work and their children did suffer and I didn't want that I wanted just to be a family and of course it was doubly hard because sadly my first marriage ended at two Tony although with still great great friends and finally I remarried and Blake Edwards the the film director and I was making a new family as well I am of a what was it like for you when first you had a blended family with two siblings from Blake Edwards first marriage and then two adopted children and I mean let's face it there there your mother's time was divided among more children it was in and my time was divided between both my parents as well so I I who are living on opposite coasts opposite coasts exactly or even I mean there were years when we were living in Europe and my father was in New York my father was always in New York and so I spent the school year with my mother and Blake and my my step brother and sister and then my younger sisters and all of this summer vacations and Christmas and Easter vacations and school breaks with my father and my stepmother and my step sister and they were very different households they were they were very different cultures they were in different cities and different communities and it was it was an interesting experience I found quite often that while I was traveling between homes on the airplane let's say I would go through a process of in a way adapting myself into the daughter that I needed to be to fit into that house it's not a it's it's not painful it just was what it was it was like okay now I have to be the daughter that is hip to New York and you know it the theater scene and all of that and now I'm going back to California I'm going to London or Switzerland and I have to adapt to being the other daughter the school based on her and the daughter in the larger family and so forth it was it was interesting okay let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us my guests are Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton they've collaborated on Julie Andrews second ma'am more homework which begins with her Hollywood years we'll be right back this is fresh AIR support for KQED comes from crimson education and admissions 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"tony wilson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Atlanta next thing I know I'm standing tall in chief's office no one on base in at all the cause of some media picked up on I guess I'm still remains only I really don't have anything to base it on other than just common sense working working cases let it more here you know the community more here at the police command it won't hit nobody nobody want here I didn't want to say it and I don't know what made me say it but I just don't we need to do some is trying to connect these cases because to me they say in real life the first two victims Edward Smith and Alfred had been went missing in July nineteen seventy nine in September that year fourteen year old Milton Harvey went missing followed by nine year old Houston fell in October by the end of nineteen eighty seventeen children had gone missing in Atlanta by may nineteen eighty one the number was thirty I would hope Smith Alfred Evans Milton Harvey use of belt Jeffrey math angel in near Eric Middlebrooks Christopher Richardson but Tony Wilson Aaron Weiss Anthony Carter for Jones during glass Charles Stevens here in Jackson Patrick Rogers Jeter if you Patrick pulled his or Curtis Walker Joseph bell Timothy hill Eddie Duncan Mary Rodgers Michael Macintosh Jeannie ray paint John Porter Williams in the Daniel catered just to be clear these are not the only African American kids that went missing for murder between the summers of seventy nine and eighty one these are only the names that made the list.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on KOMO

"Because it's just too dangerous. Shoplifting is a problem for bartelldrugs. Most of it tied to organized crime says CEO, Kathy Lynch, standing in front of us at the basket of product and getting ready to walk out the door. And they'll say, we know you can't touch us. They're blatant. And she says they see so often in their stores in downtown Seattle, which Lynch says can be blamed on drug use mental health issues, and or homelessness that has are concern. Not only about the safety of our employees customers deal with the shoplifter that we all grew up with these offenders. They're harmful to people and their harmful to the product. Lynch says customers ask why Bartell isn't doing anything, but they are with armed off duty police officers in some of the stores that however is expensive and Lynch says she hopes they are not forced to abandon a community. They love because they can't afford to stay there. So she hopes this will start a conversation with the people who can help them avoid that in downtown Seattle. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. No trespassing signs haven't stopped squatters from the sending on one Snohomish families six hundred acre property, and now they're on the hook to pay for the cleanup. But the campsite Michelle bardo Heimer and her son found Saturday was full of all sorts of dangers including traps and trip wires seaweed trip. Step forward can go into the pit trap to break. An ankle to get hurt by the sharpen sticks. Demand camping their calls himself, Robert Williams and says he's been homeless for several years Snohomish county sheriff's deputies told him to leave and the gave him some shelter options. But I will have it altogether. That's what I'm doing what you said on Saturday, and you said on Sunday down here, you are still here at Williams was given trespass papers barring him from returning to the property. Michelle says he might not come back. But she sure some other squatter well frequency has escalated until it's an almost constant problem with the people responsible for bringing an end to the use of solitary confinement for juvenile detention face tough questions from the King County council the county executives deputy chiefs, Shannon, Braddock tells the council we have created the new policies according to the mandates of the ordinance but the process of implementing those policies at the adult facilities, we're dealing with some of the changes around that. But we do feel that we are meeting the intent of the ordinance the author of that ordinance councilman rod dembowski told Braddock and county detention directors if they needed. More time. They should have asked the council among the reports recommendations the elimination of both solitary confinement and program modifications where kids lose their privileges for the shift to managing youth behavior with what it calls prevention and alternative approaches arguments for and against banning three D printed guns or go stuns hurting Olympia yesterday KOMO sewer Mao has more house Bill seventeen thirty nine would make all three D printed guns. That are undetectable and untraceable illegal three d prints often made of plastic or polymers aren't detected by metal detectors at airports and have no serial numbers for police to track. Tony Wilson supports the second amendment right to possess firearms. Any says he supports the Bill standard firearms fish sufficient for any law abiding citizen to assume his or her second amendment rights the market for undetectable weapons is to a criminal who is intent upon breaking the law and causing harm. But others like this man believed three D printed guns should be available. Legally, you need it provides. In there. So that the law by citizen can make it traceable the Senate law and Justice committee is scheduled to take up the matter again, Thursday, see Romero, KOMO news. Woodland park zoo has some new residents for baby river otter pups mom gave birth to the quadruplets a week and a half ago zoos animal health team did a wellness check on the pops. And they say there are two girls and two boys the pups born blind, and they'll be completely helpless for a while. They'll rely just on mom for the entire first year. And this also makes history. It's the first river otter birth documented in the zoos one hundred nineteen year history. Twenty four seven news. The news you want when you want it on KOMO news. I'm axiom frost. Now an update from the.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on Bigmouth

"But it's more than just recreation, isn't it because what you say is like I say they can only relate through the work, but also their own lives on the wick kind of the same thing. You know, there are countless laurel Nadi films where they budget by Matt wives often played by one another and to see the new once did that once this is often stopped his wife and all these. You know is the story has been edited slightly. I mean, they did meet and within those sixty news. They did do bits of stuff. He did stuff afterwards as well. So this idea that you know, the stands. You know, you have to do that though because it's failed. And they want to deliver those final, you know, kicks to your emotional glands. Combined to tour haven't they into the story? Yeah. So there's obviously the autistic licensed tonight, you know, the Savoy maybe want to stay at the Seville Well Savoy. boy. To hop on a bit. How close they got to. There's like one. There was an enthusiastic with being holiday camp type woman. If I thought that could go wrong, she was a molten person. I don't know. It's about the only thing that didn't ring. True for me. Yeah. The rest of it was. You know, obviously, they are playing somebody else. The story wouldn't have worked as well. For me without that. Yeah. I mean, so much of may be realized as well how much of the humor in original laurel Nadi is based on the kind of like micro expressions of Bill tens of the head. And they'll twitches that you would imagine would not convey on a wide shot in a kind of black and white premodern cinema. And yet you realize from saying them close will pay how it works originally. How much they like masters of that craft. Yeah. So there's a yeah. I mean, state eyebrows, a gray on that vibe writing of Alabama. The gains on C righties fingers doing stuff as he he did give great fingers in all the way through again. But also, you realize how much they really modern performance because they were like original all in particular, great breaker of the fourth wall with this constant way. Returns to coun- turns to the audience fiddling with tie as savings. So what else it did? So because I mean, I've got all these picking on the I've I've got to watch this stuff again. I mean, there was a thing. Listen to win that Peter Cook was voted the greatest British comedian of all time thinking, he's not really, you know, that's just a lotta people on the websites pilot of the votes, he can really compare it. You know, this is it's kind of remotely humorous reminded me why I love that than by still to be completely left. You out. What did you think of it? Nascar's. I'm thinking about it knowing how to me were safe means it's raining when you can go out really old fashioned didn't really like it of the plateau for music. Hated that. But this may be one to the more. I thought how night the trip is Steve Coogan 's replaying the trip it's about two men how they get on. And then wondering, ma'am, whatever country UK here, and it's about their relationship, which I did enjoy. But there's something very again. It's BBC films. Something very BBC's. Ray straight is very literal. It's very knows when to pull the. It did to me. I'm while. I enjoyed it. It didn't make me want to go back and look Lorn haughty films. I wanted to put them back there. Thank you back in the cupboard and go do something that didn't really warm to the Steve Coogan using them in two years time. We'll look back on stage Cubans career at it will be along lemon repeatedly fails to make connections with his friends and his family because that's basically all of his roles, isn't it? Yes. It's. It's the it's the trip. He's an Tony possibly not. Tony wilson. Yeah. And of course, like Tony Wilson would consider stunned all these of the northern cannon because he claimed everybody didn't of course. But the women, and it's very good. They play the wise, but they come out of that role. They leap out of it. And that double art were saying they are comedy act in themselves. That's wonderful. I really enjoyed seeing that the film really perks up once they're that they're inviting. I think is really interesting. It's what we really need is full Johnson early..

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"tony wilson" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Oh, it's the idea of the only way people are gonna care about these characters and care about these bans and care about these autism. If they think they're amazing. And you know, when happy Mondays running out of meetings to go to like Kentucky Fried Chicken is like that's funnier in clever and more autism. That's almost like a kind of dodgers statement. And you've bought. Wilson thinking hair local scouts have you one days. Seaman? You said you liked these bans this music? This enrich feeling few knowing the crazy story behind the band's it kind of made me imagine a kind of another version of this foam about the severe New York. Noughties indie scene last year. I read a book called meet me in the bathroom, which is all about a kind of similar scene, but sort of twenty years later, whatever, and yeah, I wondered if maybe if the format could work again, I think no probably I think what's special and unfunny and specific about this film is kind of self deprecating very British Hema. An I think sort of almost like these things up and the successes of these bands up his series of happy accidents. And you know, things that sort of worked out that might not have not to deal with them with the genius and the talent but more with the inadequacy of of the people involved. Moved. And I just think that's funnier. Really tardy Wilson is just you know, he's just a strange strange character. It's that's one of the strongest threats of the film. I think it does become quite muddle is a film goes on in a good way because of these threats that come in. But Tony Wilson this character study of guy who would be hosting wheel of fortune or during the local news reports by day, and then would have groti club toned by you know, the pizza character by nights where he'd be putting on all these bans or he'd be hosting the music show that would champion season the benches and Sex Pistols Iggy pop two time when they couldn't get on Mamane stream channels the ceiling really fascinating about Tony Wilson there. You don't have kind just like that the some divine northern accented swearing in this film. I think which we can't replicate on microphone the producers waving at me through the screen there. But it's worth revisiting. Shoutout. One cameo revisit revisiting this film raised accounts me, which was spider from Coronation Street playing how Devoto having sex which show Henderson toilets talking about cast members who've had their rising fall. What's happened to him? Larry. Cory. I could talk about twenty five parts people for twenty four hours and shit cost. The twenty five people the twenty four hour twenty plus people podcast mouthful at all. But thank you for your comments on Twitter, and people next week film club is the sixth sense and night shamans very count twisty Thrilla with Bruce Willis, that's because the new releases next week the lead films class. I'm not sure Melendez return to both he splits and breakable universes across over film with with Bruce Willis, and James McEvoy and the second film next week. It's peaceful boy with Steve corral and Timothy shallow may will see how those films pan out next week. But before we go, I think David mean to say, I do have lilting to say, it's there's a new issue of white lies magazine on the shelves right now just been released a few days ago. So I might our listeners to go forth and pick it up, and it's inspired by an amazing film. Could if Bill street until by. Jenkins the director, you might remember who made moonlight, and I would say more than that. That is just out now and considered picking up for train journeys, quiet evenings, park, visits, etc. Whenever you have time spare something to read. Let's not think about magazine all the films. We discuss via the usual channels to the movies on Twitter L, D dot com slash podcast or to the movies at London dot com. David thank you for joining me Simone. Thank you him as well. Where can people read your writing every week? You can find me on Twitter as at heavier underscore things. All you can giggled simmer hands. Plus, the guardian and read my reviews. They're fantastic. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you for listening. I have as always been Michael leader. And this has been a seventy production.

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"tony wilson" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Some of his most of his stuff he did of Tristram shandy a couple of years later, and he'd just done one the land, which is one of my all time favorite movies of just spent like hours trying to think why why did I not choose to see this? And but it was lovely to catch up with looping back to are saying about Steve Coogan. I mean, I think whereas I think Stanton Ali shows the worst of Steve Coogan and his kind of attempt to be kind of proper act all this is him. Like, you know, I guess asset stripping elements of his kind of comic persona which work to abilities other characters out of them. And you know, the, yeah, I think is kind of Steve Coogan Tony Wilson hybrid. And and I think it's all the film is all the better for it. 'cause I mean it base. Allows cooking to relax more in the in the role. I mean, STAN Noli is not relaxed. He's kind of like thinking about what he's doing see that. Whereas Harry's just like doesn't have to work too hard to get into character. So he can actually remember to be funny and to give these very his of wing nuts. The camera and his little kind of pretentious asides about how you know, his his days at Cambridge. Would just work wonders, I think it really helps the film itself doesn't attempt to be affects simile of this period of these people. It's because it south by having postmodern winks to the camera fourth wall, breaking Tony Wilson himself has a cameo in this movie saying that the performance of Tony Wilson on camera when he's hosting the wheel fought unions over the top and needs to be cut out. Yeah. And this so much of this of his very postmodern, isn't it before it was popular. Very funny line in in the movie when he's flirting with the Miss Universe. And he's like I'm flirting with her. She's aware of it. It's price modern fine. Again, just to be more more grouchy as even possible are generally very down on the genera that we all know love as the music bio pic because it has become this wrote picking out like people in studio someone saying something goes, oh, hey, why don't we write a song about that? And this is interesting creative spin on this tired music by pick formula is not focusing on one band focusing on scene and a character, whose, you know, almost as a prison to to look at this the bands on the music, and so you have a perspective on it is not just very cold subjective. They have seven or eight perspective on this is such a film with so many aspects to it Simone. What's he likes watching this film? Did you study in Manchester? You have a relationship with the area. I did study in Winchester, and I had a kind of vague knowledge of or of this stuff. And I love of the bands that feature in the film. So it was kind of nice to have that history. Told to you in a way, that's fun and engaging and playful and is terrible. But I don't think it necessarily works as a straight satire because it's more loving. It's more affectionate. I don't think is being especially kind of critical. It's winking. You know, it's it's elbowing in the ribs. And I I like that kind of that attitude. Also, there are so many great actors. I'm kind of what David on this and sorry, mardi, Tom. But you know, all these actors kind of playing those rose is fun. Taking cigarettes off of incurs is having politic writhing bodies. Genius. And this is very funny. I was genuinely cackling throughout say it made me kind of think about the state of British film at the moment and thinking about could this film get made now, and how would it land? I'm not sure something that this kind of risky and funny and weird would kind of is interesting comment by hipster Larmer belly university, directing Tutu to saying it was a it was a nightmare to work on his like, I can imagine. It was probably like, I believe. All these venues crowd scenes all seems like it was shot on the Lam almost but like you get energy from it. You get like a kind of there's a snap to and works. I wanted something fascinates about his film, Robby Muller, the semi talk of who died last year. Did the talk around this film motive is final credits..

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"tony wilson" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"This week on truth and movies. It's another fine mess hardy in the affectionate comedy tributes down Ali I've never getting married again. And just going to find the woman, I don't like firehouse here nightly stars in the human bio bio-pic collapse. I believe when he based quoting impart on school days. Yes, I think I had something to contribute. Kind of film clip. Steve Coogan, the unlikely music mogul Tony Wilson in the Manchester music epic twenty four hour party people this -tendance the bigger history. So a twelve people last Sopa. Hospitals that kissing hold Archimedes on his own in the buff coming up and truth and movies, white lies podcast. Yes. Mike alita here in the host chair says in cross from David Jenkins. White lies. David and welcome back Simone, Hans film critic for the observer good morning. Well, we recording this in the morning of the BAFTA nominations being announced an annual early morning for the prestige film industry, even early morning with the American film industry. Do we have any big snubs big reactions to the bathroom? No so far. Well, the best film list is is quite weird. I'm thanking it's the favorite Greenberg. Black klansman stars. Rogue owners stars stars born which it seems odd missing from that thing. Not what's missing what shouldn't be. There is correct question. Why why is green book there? And what does it mean for the us IRS seems to be coming? The you know, one of the favorites in this conversation this year after Golden Globes over the weekend. Yeah. I suppose they, but I'm reminded of a tweet the friend of the poet Charline tweeted about this. And I still think it's funny. I only have one thing to say about the Oscars, and it's actually about the buffed does or caps. If a British film wins best film than by definition. It should also win best British foam. Exactly. So that way. No. But I guess the big snub is is Lynne Ramsay for you never really here, which is nominated for best bridge foam. But. I'm really sad that one of my favorite films have lost year. Leave no trace isn't on on in the mix scene for the film. Can you? Forgive me as well. It's got lots of notes for acting for Melissa McCarthy, enriched grant deserve it. I think, but I think Mario hell is direction is gray. And she's just not been in the conversation as much she should have been adapted screenplay as well as usual the performance categories screenplay. Kathy's seems to have some more interesting nominations. If street could talk about his screenplay nominated. They Regina king has been snubbed from supporting actress. We'll get onto today. But there's lots of people still love impersonations a as opposed to actually building a character from from scratch, but scratch made as they say in the food industry. I believe they certainly doing America. Yes. As you. I'm not even follow that one through. Willful through is this impersonations bit. Because pubescent film of a best actor stemming only including Steve Coogan playing STAN laurel of a what do you think of that? We'll see momentarily won't we any final comes in the Baptist. It's great since the spite of us is the best animated film and shoplifters is a pa- best foreign language film that might pigs. I'd probably say that Romer I'm big fan pleased to see that kind of dotted around everywhere. I will still be standing star is born and crossing my fingers fit. All if those people are standing for by me rep city. No, I'm not. And I'm actually, you know, not very happy about it being nominated for best British foam with Bryan singer listed in the brackets next to the nomination. It's not really a very good. Look notes. Notes, but let's chrome with what seems to be with Steve Coogan special festive. We have first new release the week. Just stan. Ali..

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"tony wilson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"tony wilson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And then this those period of the happy Mondays and stone roses where guitar bound Salou came back came back, and and that the movie period, but I I grew up in mentioned too. So I the guy played in the movie Tony Wilson who who discovered those bands? Yes, what TV present? I I I knew him. And I present the TV show with him before. I played him in a movie. Oh, really? Yeah. Like it's out of. Yeah. So he was like he was a local local TV presenter and his other job was he he was on the so people knew him if it was kind of like tone. Tony was a little unwanted because the people who are really cool. Yeah. He was a bit of a sure of Murray, the k or whatever from that whoever that guy was from the in the old days like these deejays, they're like deejays. Yeah. They're not cool, but they're opening the door. Exactly. So that they wanted to be the oldest guy at the politics. Yeah. Yeah. But also he was but if you will. Watching the t if you saw him as a TV presenter, he seemed like a youthful edgy TV presenter, a little long sometimes in a tie. But like when in the seventies. So because of the older brother, you were you were because like in the states, we didn't get that shit till years later. No. But you were there. So you had a brother that was on top of it. So you you got experienced the Sex Pistols in real time and all those bands. Yeah. I remember I remember I bought a I went Hobbs with my buddy on never mind, the bollocks has the Sex Pistols, and we hit it in a Peri komo's sleep because it had the word bollocks which in England was my father would consider that a rude word, and he was pretty traditional..

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