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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"He wants to get to or the three notes that he wants to get to that That will make this interview really pop this conversation that maybe make some news. If you can hear maybe say something totally scandalous. That will help us. Sell the book in the podcast. The floor i. I'm afraid leslie you've gone to the wrong place for that. But i did have some I only had some quotes here. In the event. I was asked in an obviously failed because i had eddie old. Jags quote in case i was asked for the most embarrassing thing that i had done and i couldn't pull it up a very cleanly. So so the rest all falls apart every once in a while You know that. I'm asked about the embarrassing moment and missing the stanley cup clinching. Goal is it but Eddie recalled this. And i had forgotten about it. I don't know i could forget about about embarrassing Turbo tax because they they were understanding and and and we. I apologized and then Tried to explain what happened and then we apologized again Because it was foolish but they seem to be good about it. So good for them. And so next april If you need assistance with your tax return We recommend turbo tax. Let's end on that note. Doc thank you for being on with us not enough time for a truly Legendary career. I actually wanted to get a little more into the craftsmanship of what you do. Because i'm curious what The last ten years you got better at that. You were bad at the last The first ten years of your career. an answer fifteen seconds. All right. let's do it Being not as temperamental about misidentifying players. I used to startle john. Davidson and eddie olczyk. Because i would miss identify one guy. That was twenty eight night calling by the name of a twenty nine and slammed my hand down on my three ring binder and it would make a lot of noise and finally. I've got to the point where i only do it once or twice a game now instead of every time so that changed a little bit. I decided not to be totally perfectionist. Stick but That's the one thing. I noticed in the last ten years love it. I love that we're able to expose you not only as a hoarder recklessly forgetting maybe because he's drunk too much Stories that he wanted to tell. And also that you are a rage filled beasts that your colleagues in different time need to call human resources on. I'm very pleased to see this side of the whole job here is trying to unearth things that are different about people That the audience thinks they know so. Thank you and. I'm sorry if we've insulted you please. None of that rage sent our way. You thieving hoarder. Hey leslie Should i now get up and walk away. You should you should be yes right in the middle of it. Maybe if you hit me with a bleep you on your way out that headlining that okay. Doc. thank you for being with us. We appreciate all right. Have a great day. That's.

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"But i've had a good run my wife's healthy and we've got all the creatures that we are trying to make better for creatures in the world with our various things that we like doing So the seems right and so it's still does give me your list. Give the audience list please of the creatures that you have all we have Two dogs and we have six horses. the number of dogs in the number of horses varies up and down Sadly because creatures don't live Most creatures unless minor birds Don't usually live as long as humans do But we seem to wind up with rescues and things like that and we like to We don't support a lot of organizations that do animals but we like to Sort of a non anonymously do some things in our area here. That helped people that might need surgery. for their pet or Gas cards for volunteers that do a lot of rescue and things like that. Just you know quiet things that make things better for the creatures and the people that love them. Because we're were people like that. He's got a book out. If you wanna check it out off mike. How a kid from basketball crazy indiana. America's h. l. voice. It is available now. Are you or your wife worried about what you're going to spend your time poring yourself into next. No i don't think so. We're going to do a few more things together then. We had the opportunity to do. I used to always missed thanksgiving. Dinner was sort of rushed. it was for a good cause because there were there always wound up being our thanksgiving a friday afternoon game. That was either in boston philadelphia and so it was always fun for that but usually thanksgiving dinner was Quickly at noon. And then i had to catch a plane to make sure i was in one of those cities the day before and christmas though We the the nhl has never played christmas eve or christmas day Oftentimes there was a rush.

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"I followed in new jersey in nineteen ninety-five won a stanley cup. They're in one later in pittsburgh and one night i just got. It just came to mind when he came in the right side and he put on a move on the defenseman and broke by. He didn't score on the play. But i use the word sashayed because it seemed like what he had done to get by the end. Of course he heard about it and then every time he would see before a game he said. Do you think. I'm going to sachet by the defense tonight and i said i don't know are you. But that's one that i recall. It was pretty spontaneous. You don't plan these things out. I never had a list of words to use or anything like that s- and as you do all these and thirty seven hundred games you you add to your vocabulary and sometimes you steal. You mentioned ladle that was gene. Hart sprays that he used in philadelphia for a number of years For a puck being rolled into a corner from center amherst is a thief. Doc oh yes. You're a thief i think young. How does a plagiarist. I think of new as the height of the craft. And you're telling all great performance do a little stealing. yeah there was There's a phrase the pucks dumped in so and so The a certain team pours in after it I was standing outside the hartford civic center one night because it was a back to back games for the whalers and i was working the next night i was at the hot dog. Stand that was outside. And they had. The game turned on and turned up and chuck keeton was calling the whalers game and he said in the puck is dumped in the last minute here in the wailers poor in after. I thought. Well that's vivid for radio and so occasionally. I have used that one too. No i'm not saying we all steal from one another but i'll admit to thievery. I interrupted you..

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Lord hit a ball foul and my mind told me to say hot. Shot hit foul and never came out and everybody in the booth down as i was absolutely mortified. I remember lloyd merriman. I started filling. He's a former marine pilot combat and korea. I did on an on. That really had to be considering how young i was. Yeah that was about it doc. What was your hot shit foul. Well one of them was was getting the Clinching goal in the stanley cup Over time for patrick kane and not not coming up with the fact that he had scored and the fact that some of the rest of us up on broadcast wrote in get either is no consolation. Because we're supposed to get those But eddie olczyk pointed this out whole. Gee i think i have the quote right here. He remembered it. I did not In a recollection that he had We do these things We do these things called billboards and we usually Practice them before the telecast starts and one of our sponsors was turbo tax and that week they had been hacked and so when we were just fooling around practicing the billboards before the game I said something. To the fact that turbo tax a hacker's delight and then went onto the next sponsor in the next sponsor. Well normally we. Then do those live. So i it came time to do those live and i had the card in my hands and i hear them playing them on the air and i got on the ifp. And i said what are you doing. They said oh we recorded them. I said get it off. Well it was too late and so There were a lot of apologies issued an mainly by me and also by the producer and the truck because he was so used to hearing me just read what was on. the cardi. didn't pay attention to what i was saying. But that was embarrassing for me..

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"On this week's episode of south beach sessions. We have duck emerick. You'll see crispness and a clarity to his word choices That is a bit staggering. I don't believe you will hear a hiccup. I believe that he does this. Not one time pausing on speech that this is the cleanest thing you will ever hear. Someone speak around here. He tells a lot of great stories a long history and broadcasting.

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DOC NYC documentary film festival goes online

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:07 min | 5 months ago

DOC NYC documentary film festival goes online

"It's time for our documentary of the wake from Tom Powers and Raphael in a house in the co founders of the DOC NYC Festival, which is currently taking place online until next Thursday with over 100 feature length films. Here's Tom, with a pick from the festival somewhere are ready. The greatness of America is the right toe protest far right? Day. Martin Luther King Jr is widely regarded as a hero. But the new documentary MLK. FBI returns us to the time when J. Edgar Hoover treated him as an enemy historian Beverly Gauge, explains the FBI Woz Most alarmed about King because of his success. And they were particularly concerned that he was this powerful, charismatic figure who had the ability to mobilize people. King's biographer, David Garrow, wrote a book about the FBI's relentless surveillance campaign. Their agents recorded King's extramarital affairs and tried to smear his reputation. The FBI is frustrated that even though they've successfully caught King In 15 or more hotel rooms, and they've distributed this behind the scenes to church leaders to reporters. Nothing's publicly happened now, as black lives matter. Activists face new government pressure Film makes us wonder how much the FBI has changed. The bureau's former director, James Comey, remains dismayed about Hoover's treatment of King. You know this about humans? What we're best at is convincing ourselves of our own righteousness. I think this entire episode represents the darkest part of the bureau's history. Filmmaker Sam Pollard previously was a director on eyes on the prize and a collaborator with Spike Lee. He's being honored at the document. I see Festival with a lifetime achievement award. MLK. FBI is now streaming on the dock NYC website For more information is a w n y c dot or g'kar flash docks.

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"Everyone be shoring these products and as a doctor. Final thoughts on the not. Final thoughts really really sad This pandemic this corona virus. What is that file? Ask him otherwise I I kind of feel like fuck it. We're all going to die anyway but anyway in an Listrik sense we are all dying. Soon as you're born every day. Yeah every breath we take. It's that's really like what can we do at just to be a little more? I know right to be a little more aware I'm a parent. I'm a little bit like much higher. Alert Than Ryan as Ryan's like what are you talking about this? Walk over there and like you. I think I'm going to get sick and then I'm gonNA in fact the children and so what what is what is your takeaway on this. We talked about a little bit. What do you suggest that we do? Just be hyper aware. You mean in terms of what's going on or how the community about. How do we go about like protecting ourselves from contracting this virus the most important thing is wash your hands? I mean yeah try. They saw that. That's pretty simple. Yeah we'll wash your hands and try try to avoid more. Sounds weird to say but try to avoid extra unnecessary contact. You know when you go to when you go to the grocery store if you're GONNA get some fruit grocery store just picking up one piece of fruit and putting your bag. Don't handle thirty of them and then a squeeze 'em all find the one you like and then than take take one. If you'RE GONNA press that I was doing I was. I was like finger banging tomatoes. Yesterday I'll I'll turn out to be gentle by the elevator buttons. That's another thing it's gross. What do you do about that? I you know I ju- If you get in there and somebody else enter could say. Could you hit four for me please? Yup I do that all the time and then for crossing the street I use my foot or my Novo would stick your thumb inside your sleeve or something at them in the sleeve. That's a good one and also I don't think people realize how dirty our credit cards are. Because we're sticking our chip into these machines. I feel like people the San's aggressive but wiped on your credit cards. Wipe your credit cards and your phone your phone. The phone is gross it's disgusting. Yes and the keyboards. Especially IF YOU'RE A small boy. Child just walked by me and his in the kitchen not washing his hands getting food and putting his dirty. Pas and my Syria Well thank you so much for being here we are GonNa talk soon. I'm GonNa Send You my friends insurance card we're going to get the aura. Rx On the website. Tell us the website again for Rx is. Www dot O. R. A. SKIN DOT COM amazing. And then you can also get the product on Amazon for sensitive. What is it the calming ball and everything? Everything's our office to if if people are in the Sherman Oaks area and they WANNA come by. Yeah and the great products and you know you guys know me. I`Ma.

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"Oh Yeah so if you guys WanNa come pond and blonder is hitting Irvine and you can go on to 'cause it's just. We were talking about April twenty six. So my son's walking by shaking our. Yeah you he has no idea what the show. I love the kid show and it is a great show. Actually we went. We had a meeting with Improv. And they were like where do we sign it literally? Thirty Minute Meeting. And they were in okay. So it's at the Irvine Improv It's going to hold more than fifty people. Four hundred fifty two people and we're half sold out adding more tickets for the VIP tickets because that though sold out I okay. The tickets sold out burst. Yeah we'll ask about tickets. He's GonNa have to buy them. Tell them they're not giving us any free tickets. Otherwise I would have to support hill. Support offer support However I'm not one hundred percent sure that it won't get pushed but I'm hoping by April Twenty Six. We'll have this kind of under control will be able to go on with our lives. We will see I mean because at my friends are telling me like that. That's not going to happen anytime. Everything Lake. Have you gone to the grocery and stocked up? I was at the grocery store yesterday. Actually because I have children and they just can't school and they decide to eat all day and I have a cold. I decided to wear a mask because I have a cold. And it's not for me but also I don't want to get other people sick agree and this guy in the frozen section told me trump said you could go back to work and I said trump can fuck off and then he goes right and then he tried to be my friend. Nope we are not friends. Wow game fights because of the man I think the mask is is a smart esp. If you're sick where can man? I think they thought I was trying. I'm trying to get more sick but I also don't want to. There's people in the market all the time. Yes everyone over. What's going to everyone over eighty if they get this flu? They're dead yeah they making it. They're dead. I mean we'll see. I told my dad that yesterday. Even though he's only seventy and I said that your closer to death than I am and he was up. My Grandma who's ninety three ninety two and we were joking back and forth but then we realized how wrong we were being as. I'm picking the kids up from school that got canceled. It's scary I like it. Get your tickets for blonder. Right now. Sales pitch seriously though. I think that we're manifesting. We're GONNA make sure that this is not going to take over our lives and I think by the end of April. That gives us a month and a half. We're all be okay to new. Tell me anything about the the show. Oh yeah because I don't I don't even know anything about it. Yeah so it's a show that I I wrote it together with Kim's help she's an actress so she she's she's an actress. That's great. I was just telling Ryan that I wrote a song for our show. I cannot wait to hear it. It's you know it's only about halfway done. This is just a little teaser. For what you guys can be preparing for and I did just order a bunch of blue tick tax on Amazon blue. Tick Tech's yes. But I realized that I can't really use them. So I was GONNA be like Oprah. Okay get a car. You'll get a car the car tax zanex seat. No I was GONNA CHUCK. Okay saying you get an annex though. It's funny but the IMPROV would have to clean it all up and they would be pissed but you could hire your own cleaning crew. Maybe I could just do bigger moments with a plastic around them. Yeah they'll still make a mess right talking. It's super cute. And then I was like no. I've had all of these amazing ideas of everything I wrote down. They loved and can liked. And we're good just. I actually ordered a cardboard cutout of Kim yesterday. Yeah because in case if we get a fight and she doesn't show up. I'm just going to put a mask Corona Viramontes on the cardboard cutout and have her onstage. I love that. So you're you've got to plan. Yes lots of lots of planning. There's the no sleeping since this is a been a go. I'm in my head about it. So the TIC TACs the xanax are getting passed out. I have the cardboard cutout of Kim in case you get in a fight because when we fight we dark for a couple of days where we at right now says you said you haven't talked to her a little bit talked. Yeah we're good right now. Oh good good good good. We don't fight that much and we do we. We get good ones. We're feisty yet that's why it's going to be so fun so okay so so the last thing I asked was like. Can you give me any examples of what of what we're about to see at this Improv or not? I really can't because asked me not to. But it is an Improv. It's not like we're not going to be Erica. Janning it even though I want to am. I have one part. That might be a little bit aggressive. I'm excited about it No it's just GonNa be it's GonNa be fun and we're GonNa Make Fun of ourselves and I joked that it was a hot mess express. I love can't really say that because I think somebody else owns that literally like you know Anderson and Andy. How big their intimate night? It's it's going to be somewhere in between it's not that intimate they're still gonNA be some fun and glitter bombs and.

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Pass It On

Pass It On

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Pass It On

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Pass It On

Pass It On

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on Pass It On

"Dea doc. This is from February the first one thousand nine hundred fifty nine we the passing a person setting alongside TV set but not viewing it of their health and peeled actively. It's it's bizarre. It's still happening. Still I mean. There's so many peer reviewed studies. I buy an cell phone reception wise along those things and thus far the evidences it absolutely doesn't But it's the same thing isn't it. We're both the certain weird today by new take. It comes from the fifty thousand feet of radiation in particular would be which is a big thing yes squeeze is fifty S. I spent most of my childhood duly worried about a nuclear bombs falling into I absolutely do we uh no. We didn't ask details at a call at a member. Seeing several things on television about what to do some of them will saint. Well you the governor. Under the kitchen table I just watched the climb on that flex am other Sienese. Fill 'em on there there. They discussed the mining accident of prevent. Yeah I really thought of that kid skill and It it was a deeply moving episode. Everybody washed it was vacated by visiting the connection. Yes yeah I thought the queen came across rather badly. I don't think she's an unfeeling. That's not any dot. Let's get to this July. The Sixteenth Nineteen fifty. I did for my after tolls just dangled and she looked since Wednesday. Did when one of my work meets requested the loon of Gould wedding ring robe on a spy on her. I I nearly flipped. Is it a cure. Well that's what I've always been told Nolan. Gould gold rang just like not not rubbing it. So like if it's on the end save kind of your eyelid. You would hold on the eyesight. I would say end if you know I mean so like you would stress against the opposite side of your eyelid. An WanNa kill the style in the eye so have you have you empirically tested this. I'm never had to stay in my eye but you think that's true. I mean the dog said No. It's a superstition. New Hip owed me. He sure it was a he says. Martin yes we go a modern Dr to go through some of tips on Gifford opinion and Linda from Kennedy is. He's don't women. She was so Harry Potter. The dog was level. Two civilian doctor atoll however doctors on pharmacist used to phone up the Sunday post on a Friday afternoon to ask. What are you going to be talking about an could stock up exactly? Did he really really absolutely did really because there was a huge each phenomenon. Okada's remember remember 'em Delia. Smith once talked with cranberries or something no it was goose fought okay. I remember being crimes but I'm sure she did. Once I know all of a sudden like sold I guess nationwide goose butter patties On not was supposed to be healthy. No good no taste good healthy healthy but I love that these organs these massive Oregon. Yeah can have such influence that they can actually Jim fake of such a boat of influences effect the stalks over shops. Here's a question then July. The Twenty Eighth Nineteen fifty. Seven has xfi treatment a beneficial effect on Acne. Acne is it able to cute it or at least greatly. Reduce it when you think by accident because you know high sunbathes is supposed to help your skin but that's is not x-ray that's UV. Think they mean after the war. I'll tell you exactly what's happening here after the wall. Medical Advances Lake Xi's was seen is is almost sort of medical cure and the that oversee thinking that quite apart from being able to look at Boone's XY is hud wonderful properties and the help people put it this way I. My suspicion is that is nonsense but I would not be surprised if somebody told me that there was something in that that onset is actually a little ambiguous Sula. Such treatment has a vogue from time to time but most doctors avoided because because of possible dangerous or complications. Simple treatment if penicillin usually cure acne. I don't know does Oxley. There's Terrifying I think he's popping up on the various forms part of of 'em an early actually technicians hand. And they would they would they would. I think we're using it for calibration. Abrasion thing so it wasn't just washy given themselves x rays. And it's it's quite nightmarish. What's happened to their hind? After repeated exposure exposure to x-rays and it does remains you because they I think most people had x rays even just for the dentist trees check their teeth. And it's just you know there's a there's music connects to you. They've been actually don't doesn't there is no evidence Stevens yeah I mean. That's why the the people in the fifties so weird did day by radiation because it was invisible and and you know idea if they were such insidious the hunt destroyed. Aren't buying yard waste. Wait at least absolute doesn't agree. Santia molecule suffered terribly from that. I believe in fact bites the nation and the fool extent of dangerous which was understandable. Or something I hesitate to say Sakes I'M GONNA get this wrong with a something like she was the only woman to win two Nobel prizes to different subjects could be well yes. I can't remember that records being broken. Basically plunged made. The awesome main have won multiple Nobel's but she won't physics and chemistry. I think and dining date -ment today Steve. I A do agree with damning. Indictment I am going to take it down another. I'm going to walk down another route one Christ once a uh-huh did Christmas is over January. Twenty second nineteen fifty. I used to complain a lot about tiredness but recently I mean it completely off my wife sees is because I have changed to lay the sole choose instead of liberal. Is this likely I walk a lot. Well this this could make a difference. WHAT TI tired? Yeah because if you're in bad if if you WANNA law then if you choose giving spring binds return the energy putting in as you can imagine that genuinely Mesa difference over the course of a day late twenty thousand steps or something like the answer. Ah Possibly the most nineteen fifties offshoot thing you can possibly think. Oh get the answers. The question was about a leather. Let us old choose Beth instead of Robin. The onset has a lot of people. have this idea of rubber soles. But they're wrong. The lay the sole seth unle gives a cusp of smelter steep medically. There's nothing to choose between the two but the doctor respect and likes the idea of people working with a small oft-told misspelled step. Which I think says a lot and again? That's what I grew up with healthy attitude. Straighten your buck tick SPS walk properly. Don't scuff your feet advantages to crisps. Another one please. Please make it funny. That wasn't funny. Okay Therapy John you eighth nineteen fifty-six Kadett eaten raw good for eyesight. Not what what do they contain. We know the US to this. Do come with this at least once twice in the podcast so skip and give us a funny one. Well what was the answer so so so the answer and of course the the meth was by That cash goofy I say as an explanation for why we were so good at spotting enemy planes coming over subduing work but we had developed radar. Was Tell the hon that we developed radar. Well it's amazing. How long persisted assisted? Because the appear to shop in Iceland from nighttime and dot conditions anywhere they also contain useful salts and vitamins and small quantities whale chewed stimulate. The flu just swallowing at whole. This is the era of by two their brain vegetables of course they're slightly terrified nutrient trine. But I'm just to the mall just like stop they'll just say will not.

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11:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Tone wisdom shared by The Hague's face and occasional host husband of Scotland in the pages of the Sunday. Post in the nineteen fifties. What would we be today? Welcome back to the past storm podcast with me on chess but first things first happy happy new very quietly. I was a firework because the right sore heads around yeah happy. New here is for those in Scotland of course Hogmanay the end of the first of December is the big one changed a bit. No but it used to be the case at Christmas wasn't really much of a big deal. And everything was saved up for years eve and her strutting and drinking drinking heavily as most things in Scotland Saturday rain. However with UNMINED guys we're going to take a A departure from the norm because New Year's Day and he's doing anything not exactly you certainly wouldn't be doing household Hutus that you will need puzzle on tips for Seoul. Steve's wife fellow validity. Well somebody's gotTA clean up. I mean we're going to do something a bit different. There's there's another book what I have route and it is cold the Sunday post doc replies. The Dog Applies used to pee in the newspaper every single week and the idea was to pops about people who and with their problems on the doctor replied to that but the doctor would also do an AC and who which she would just tell the people something sometimes it was quite hectoring as doctors used to be bucking the but this was an amazingly mainly popular part of the newspaper. We didn't use to measure the meal and numbers didn't use accounting used to say did not even wait to see and l.. We didn't use to measure the middle by counting the let us. We can't hide many sucks of meal dot com and honesty. It was quite a dangerous job to walk. Do you reckon in more if you were to print out the emails. Newspaper paper receives daily basis and put me envelopes Jamaican. There would be a higher or lower weight of correspondence no and it would be in many many few the were specifically targeted. I will newspaper because of low the emails that go by of sent to a thousand thousand people letters into into the on us now far far fewer. Don't used right to us all the time and that was one of the secrets of the Sunday. Post giving away the secrets of the Sunday post bucking the the the the editorial detained. The wonderful Bill Unson very very clever man many as ahead of his time. He made the people so it was written by members of the public was adult applies. Peach was a TV page in which people who was their opinions on television. There was motoring. The money was legal. Advice applies is impossible and of course yes I know nowadays when you see any website with a a new study always called Komen section at the bottom. The bill had clocked clocked idea fifty years before it was ever done on the Internet. Is People writing interesting. You say that it was written by ordinary the people of course. He's one of the big challenges facing media. These days is that it has become a very middle class. Profession reporting especially in politics extend Middle Class University educated if DOT Oxbridge they turn the university educated. And of course you guys out in perspective in the world. If that's you and me harsher I am but it means that sometimes the reporting might not be as representative of Glass people as it could and should be. But it's worth seeing that I'm I'm in the last election we saw for example big challenges to national broadcasters with them spreading unused been ceded to them by government sources thanking absolutely literally fake news case but You had local priest. He's doing amazing job. You had you know people are in career kind. Local journalism issues seeming the Press and Journal that Yorkshire Post Raking the story of the boy who taste the hostile floor. And so it's kind of hard to remember but these this kind of local regional reporting can sometimes be unglamorous incentives unsexy but get into the courtroom Chapman doors holding counselors to yes. This is the cornerstone of democracy. I oughta leaguer good. That's why it's called the fourth estate and probably the sets journalism responsibly. Fruit is one of the most important things in this country and should be celebrated did and I don't know what will happen in Tanzania's time when newspapers on no more we're going to talk about. Some of these applies thing. I never thought Newell. So I'm going to give you some old wives tales that will include the boat by Dido's and then we will have a go at discussing funny one as well as speedily Wrigley. Funny I'm GonNa stop with the question right right. This question came into the doc on monster. Fifth Nineteen Gene Fifty and it is. What's the best cure for the BLACKEYE building in mind? We can't get steak plus fine. That's fine state. Because you block. I cover the days against the march. Nineteen fifty fifty still rationing was still so what's given that. We'll stick as a cure for a block. I also these to see all right Sir in your black guy. That's nonsense just let it heal. Don't fight doesn't happen. You may abundant something anyway anyway. The answer was steak has no special properties in the treatment of a block poop. There's nothing to beat a piece of cotton. Woo Soaked and cold water. A play regularly regularly footer. No of immediately after the bump to the is received encourage dissuade day. Okay bye okay slightly. I always remember the steak thing specifically typically from things like us where I knew that cultural reference to coney coney doesn't new something shut up December the twenty eight nineteen fifty eight. Could Amman h forty going bold but with no problem how does in fact younger members of the family the US has come over younger member. My family when he's eligible to in fact is strong isn't it isn't it. Yeah Yeah the Matt in the fifties we like we knew germ theory. He won't renew. I read this clearly. Yeah anyway the answer was alden boldness early or leat Middle Age. It's it's quite non-infectious passenger vessel her own brush and comb boasts. You'd be washed at least once a month so I like that. I'm actually quite like in this. He's a little fun much. Twenty four thousand nine hundred fifty seven. Do Children really get going. Pins of is that an old wives tale is what does the dog thing. The dock of Nineteen Fifty says innocence. It's quite to we do during rapid growth and especially when teeth also being cut muscles tendons and joints of easily overstrained an Eke with unsuspected tile. When Wendy your teeth coming through? I know what have you. I can't remember from instance boy picture of I holders Skull Yes disgusting. It's really freaky. Here's a token all in in so that's just a double row of teeth is alien looking thing you've ever seen. Yeah and the bones are fused him. Yeah that's quite bizarre. Dougal ugly if you haven't seen it before if you can know if you suffer from phobia but It's terrifying SIPTAH phobia so we're GONNA move into some uh-huh strangeness here and my Sister Of Saudi this on January sixth nineteen fifty to my sister size a lot jude. De- a French tell her every time she sighs she loses. Huffing of blood is this. She's got some terrible and have no blood left. If that were the case I size for bloody do was new blood. Blood can be lost in this week sometime. Sighing as a bad habit more often like yawning. It's the result of mild poisoning of the blood Juvonen seuss to lack of oxygen tiredness or alcohol. I mean that's that's true healthy. Who would think that would make blood coming? No Stranger not going to. Do you think our friends. These were genuine. Didn't they actually thought no. Just just terrible terrible really fat. When you saw there were so second for yeah blood test well? My mother used to tell me if the wind changes. I believe that you go look at your faith work. Hangs I thought would be interesting. Less new on the pass on poured on Switzer or possible and tips on facebook. If your mum ever told you that if you can't pull that face to face would stay that way because he told me more than my mom if it's it's Peculiarly Scottish things or you key thing by be fascinating who listeners over the world so yeah please do get in touch. I'd love to hear a thing so you were told warned over kid. Yeah we're just GONNA take a quick break and we'll be back in just a moment. Oh the pass on books. Make the perfect gift for for Christmas or even any other time of year especially for your favorite all of whom law to nearby they'll recognize you can get twenty percents off the pass on books DC. You Talk Shop. Dot Co Dot U. 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08:12 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm super excited to catch up with Iraq in Buddy who's with me now and WHO's filmed was screened here doc. Fast just a short while ago festival. Congratulations for screening at Sheffield thank you. What drew you to your subject. Subject to the activists Dora may enter influencing Brixton particularly angel town. I finish the phone tap. XYZ On the response is amazing. And so I wanted to continue this guy. exploration social houses in London especially on the lives of afro-caribbeans and so the evening standard to the article about Angel Town Kudos state we are in and they really bashed the state. But in the USC had this woman black lifeboatman the head wrapped and it said durable legacy is under buried buried or what has never really be understood so I was like okay this this this lady. Google has nothing about about online and so I I thought to myself I would. I'M GONNA make this once. They have time and so a yen off off later. I made fill. You've touched on the housing issue and one of the main themes that you'll film touches touches on is about gentrification true detriment to do you feel gentrification is today gentrification to me me. I think it's you know what like when I studied in Houston and I've seen lots of changes. I didn't know what it was and so when I started to do my research and I found out the word worship occasion what was happening to my local community wasn't fat stat at villa justification Israel damaging to to people who are not from privileged and well to do backgrounds. Because they can't they don't have the money to move out a lot of people that have money who even into these wants deprived. Areas are not really giving back to community. I think what they give him back at most. Is Coffee Shops. I'm busy restaurants of than that. There's no community outreach. Not Employing people from the community. In many many instances statue afraid of the of the local community. They don't want to Internet. I remember I spoke to the office and he was like well. Low community doesn't really open to me. Okay so washed I open to them. And the fact is he's moving into community as ready being kinda established. So why do they have to now opened opened their arms. You have you have the privilege. You have the money you can do of you want. They they in comparison con But someone was oh saying justification is going to happen and change happens but at the pace. It's happened in especially in east end. It's quite shocking. I never fought like in in within five years. How different things in high street is and hopefully I'm able to capture stories stories before it runs out so you're obviously concerned about the community. That's coming to the fact that this community. He's being broken up in a way. What do you think can be done about this or would you want to be done in general. I feel like the communities meantime being neglected. Okay there's one does few youth clubs but there's not actually people China help these kids and even for this new documentary Richard. I'm researching these young people who wanted to be a documentary and what aspirations our energy music. I'm like wow. Oh you're so talented but yet this I spoke to one guy. And he's like a bin man and he's like nineteen. I'm like you wanted to music. Why don't you pursue that You know I I don't have any connections and I just I don't I filled. It's everyone's responsibility to try to try to help people I think to just to be selfish rush and and just to think about making. The birds have more money and more tourism. I I think gets wrong like there's a community ready and they should be acknowledged before we move. Let's talk about your next film. Just stay back on this current that you have showing her at Sheffield. Can you tell me more about this character. Door kids at what. What was it that you found so what we'll inspired you. Why did you want to would agree to help the car when I did tower. XYZ Swazi the film before she six people were saying. I had the voice of poetic voice and and so I wanted to see what I was describing in tower a real person having that same experience and so when I did discover Tamer I was like wow this lady at she existed and she's being and we had. I felt like we had an affinity with helping others. Also so making sure meaty prospered and and so yeah. I feel like Dora was such an amazing woman then and she really. She was great. Everyone's like she was bowed tenacious. She was gray. Haven't tastic energy. And she was fiery and I feel like we have similar traits because I am quite fiery and focus. Not have this vision that I wanNA. I WanNa like perceive in life and purse in life in general But yes there wasn't anything about him and I feel like it's very Sad in general in the life of black British people. Who have done so much to to help this lance this island small island island but they're just neglected and all the like? Oh this does no hype around son in them so let's just leave on the sidelines but me personally. SNIA like to to shine a light to underdogs. I feel like that's one of my my life missions to To shine a light to people who are buried carried. Because I think that's really important and history is very important now. You've touched it already. What expertise is going to be but Tell me a bit more her home. My next project is called der Babylon and not be the final in a trilogy of Social Housing I'm basically basically. It's is about to end of social housing. So I'm going to I'm I'm shootin it in In Bethnal Green the border between Hackney Tower Hamlets in this particular estate and I've got some contributors and so where relates in their history to the history of this tower is is Jewish lovelace Of Hackney road and I live really close to and the architect who built that block is been kin a Polish immigrant. He died in Brighton. And but I think is I is really hard me explaining things because it's all my my brain. Is John Boo. But I being that the film it with the best that's upset yeah but Yes is basically. He's like the end social housing. How these tenants and an These actors respond to well. I thank you very much for your time today. And Good luck with everything with account project onion next one. Thank you so much..

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DocsAndMore

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on DocsAndMore

"I'm super excited to catch up with Iraq in Buddy who's with me now and WHO's filmed was screened here doc. Fast just a short while ago festival. Congratulations for screening at Sheffield thank you. What drew you to your subject. Subject to the activists Dora may enter influencing Brixton particularly angel town. I finish the phone tap. XYZ On the response is amazing. And so I wanted to continue this guy. exploration social houses in London especially on the lives of afro-caribbeans and so the evening standard to the article about Angel Town Kudos state we are in and they really bashed the state. But in the USC had this woman black lifeboatman the head wrapped and it said durable legacy is under buried buried or what has never really be understood so I was like okay this this this lady. Google has nothing about about online and so I I thought to myself I would. I'M GONNA make this once. They have time and so a yen off off later. I made fill. You've touched on the housing issue and one of the main themes that you'll film touches touches on is about gentrification true detriment to do you feel gentrification is today gentrification to me me. I think it's you know what like when I studied in Houston and I've seen lots of changes. I didn't know what it was and so when I started to do my research and I found out the word worship occasion what was happening to my local community wasn't fat stat at villa justification Israel damaging to to people who are not from privileged and well to do backgrounds. Because they can't they don't have the money to move out a lot of people that have money who even into these wants deprived. Areas are not really giving back to community. I think what they give him back at most. Is Coffee Shops. I'm busy restaurants of than that. There's no community outreach. Not Employing people from the community. In many many instances statue afraid of the of the local community. They don't want to Internet. I remember I spoke to the office and he was like well. Low community doesn't really open to me. Okay so washed I open to them. And the fact is he's moving into community as ready being kinda established. So why do they have to now opened opened their arms. You have you have the privilege. You have the money you can do of you want. They they in comparison con But someone was oh saying justification is going to happen and change happens but at the pace. It's happened in especially in east end. It's quite shocking. I never fought like in in within five years. How different things in high street is and hopefully I'm able to capture stories stories before it runs out so you're obviously concerned about the community. That's coming to the fact that this community. He's being broken up in a way. What do you think can be done about this or would you want to be done in general. I feel like the communities meantime being neglected. Okay there's one does few youth clubs but there's not actually people China help these kids and even for this new documentary Richard. I'm researching these young people who wanted to be a documentary and what aspirations our energy music. I'm like wow. Oh you're so talented but yet this I spoke to one guy. And he's like a bin man and he's like nineteen. I'm like you wanted to music. Why don't you pursue that You know I I don't have any connections and I just I don't I filled. It's everyone's responsibility to try to try to help people I think to just to be selfish rush and and just to think about making. The birds have more money and more tourism. I I think gets wrong like there's a community ready and they should be acknowledged before we move. Let's talk about your next film. Just stay back on this current that you have showing her at Sheffield. Can you tell me more about this character. Door kids at what. What was it that you found so what we'll inspired you. Why did you want to would agree to help the car when I did tower. XYZ Swazi the film before she six people were saying. I had the voice of poetic voice and and so I wanted to see what I was describing in tower a real person having that same experience and so when I did discover Tamer I was like wow this lady at she existed and she's being and we had. I felt like we had an affinity with helping others. Also so making sure meaty prospered and and so yeah. I feel like Dora was such an amazing woman then and she really. She was great. Everyone's like she was bowed tenacious. She was gray. Haven't tastic energy. And she was fiery and I feel like we have similar traits because I am quite fiery and focus. Not have this vision that I wanNA. I WanNa like perceive in life and purse in life in general But yes there wasn't anything about him and I feel like it's very Sad in general in the life of black British people. Who have done so much to to help this lance this island small island island but they're just neglected and all the like? Oh this does no hype around son in them so let's just leave on the sidelines but me personally. SNIA like to to shine a light to underdogs. I feel like that's one of my my life missions to To shine a light to people who are buried carried. Because I think that's really important and history is very important now. You've touched it already. What expertise is going to be but Tell me a bit more her home. My next project is called der Babylon and not be the final in a trilogy of Social Housing I'm basically basically. It's is about to end of social housing. So I'm going to I'm I'm shootin it in In Bethnal Green the border between Hackney Tower Hamlets in this particular estate and I've got some contributors and so where relates in their history to the history of this tower is is Jewish lovelace Of Hackney road and I live really close to and the architect who built that block is been kin a Polish immigrant. He died in Brighton. And but I think is I is really hard me explaining things because it's all my my brain. Is John Boo. But I being that the film it with the best that's upset yeah but Yes is basically. He's like the end social housing. How these tenants and an These actors respond to well. I thank you very much for your time today. And Good luck with everything with account project onion next one. Thank you so much..

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DocsAndMore

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on DocsAndMore

"I'm super excited to catch up with Iraq in Buddy who's with me now and WHO's filmed was screened here doc. Fast just a short while ago festival. Congratulations for screening at Sheffield thank you. What drew you to your subject. Subject to the activists Dora may enter influencing Brixton particularly angel town. I finish the phone tap. XYZ On the response is amazing. And so I wanted to continue this guy. exploration social houses in London especially on the lives of afro-caribbeans and so the evening standard to the article about Angel Town Kudos state we are in and they really bashed the state. But in the USC had this woman black lifeboatman the head wrapped and it said durable legacy is under buried buried or what has never really be understood so I was like okay this this this lady. Google has nothing about about online and so I I thought to myself I would. I'M GONNA make this once. They have time and so a yen off off later. I made fill. You've touched on the housing issue and one of the main themes that you'll film touches touches on is about gentrification true detriment to do you feel gentrification is today gentrification to me me. I think it's you know what like when I studied in Houston and I've seen lots of changes. I didn't know what it was and so when I started to do my research and I found out the word worship occasion what was happening to my local community wasn't fat stat at villa justification Israel damaging to to people who are not from privileged and well to do backgrounds. Because they can't they don't have the money to move out a lot of people that have money who even into these wants deprived. Areas are not really giving back to community. I think what they give him back at most. Is Coffee Shops. I'm busy restaurants of than that. There's no community outreach. Not Employing people from the community. In many many instances statue afraid of the of the local community. They don't want to Internet. I remember I spoke to the office and he was like well. Low community doesn't really open to me. Okay so washed I open to them. And the fact is he's moving into community as ready being kinda established. So why do they have to now opened opened their arms. You have you have the privilege. You have the money you can do of you want. They they in comparison con But someone was oh saying justification is going to happen and change happens but at the pace. It's happened in especially in east end. It's quite shocking. I never fought like in in within five years. How different things in high street is and hopefully I'm able to capture stories stories before it runs out so you're obviously concerned about the community. That's coming to the fact that this community. He's being broken up in a way. What do you think can be done about this or would you want to be done in general. I feel like the communities meantime being neglected. Okay there's one does few youth clubs but there's not actually people China help these kids and even for this new documentary Richard. I'm researching these young people who wanted to be a documentary and what aspirations our energy music. I'm like wow. Oh you're so talented but yet this I spoke to one guy. And he's like a bin man and he's like nineteen. I'm like you wanted to music. Why don't you pursue that You know I I don't have any connections and I just I don't I filled. It's everyone's responsibility to try to try to help people I think to just to be selfish rush and and just to think about making. The birds have more money and more tourism. I I think gets wrong like there's a community ready and they should be acknowledged before we move. Let's talk about your next film. Just stay back on this current that you have showing her at Sheffield. Can you tell me more about this character. Door kids at what. What was it that you found so what we'll inspired you. Why did you want to would agree to help the car when I did tower. XYZ Swazi the film before she six people were saying. I had the voice of poetic voice and and so I wanted to see what I was describing in tower a real person having that same experience and so when I did discover Tamer I was like wow this lady at she existed and she's being and we had. I felt like we had an affinity with helping others. Also so making sure meaty prospered and and so yeah. I feel like Dora was such an amazing woman then and she really. She was great. Everyone's like she was bowed tenacious. She was gray. Haven't tastic energy. And she was fiery and I feel like we have similar traits because I am quite fiery and focus. Not have this vision that I wanNA. I WanNa like perceive in life and purse in life in general But yes there wasn't anything about him and I feel like it's very Sad in general in the life of black British people. Who have done so much to to help this lance this island small island island but they're just neglected and all the like? Oh this does no hype around son in them so let's just leave on the sidelines but me personally. SNIA like to to shine a light to underdogs. I feel like that's one of my my life missions to To shine a light to people who are buried carried. Because I think that's really important and history is very important now. You've touched it already. What expertise is going to be but Tell me a bit more her home. My next project is called der Babylon and not be the final in a trilogy of Social Housing I'm basically basically. It's is about to end of social housing. So I'm going to I'm I'm shootin it in In Bethnal Green the border between Hackney Tower Hamlets in this particular estate and I've got some contributors and so where relates in their history to the history of this tower is is Jewish lovelace Of Hackney road and I live really close to and the architect who built that block is been kin a Polish immigrant. He died in Brighton. And but I think is I is really hard me explaining things because it's all my my brain. Is John Boo. But I being that the film it with the best that's upset yeah but Yes is basically. He's like the end social housing. How these tenants and an These actors respond to well. I thank you very much for your time today. And Good luck with everything with account project onion next one. Thank you so much..

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DocsAndMore

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on DocsAndMore

"I'm sitting in the garden and building managed to catch hold of trophies. His head of documentaries here. He's extremely busy man. Charlie Charlie thank you. Welcome for coming into their problems. It's nice to be here said festival out. Just get straight into it. Can you tell me what are you looking for when it comes to documentaries in filmmakers approach here so we have is trying to short documentaries Talks aw between fifty and fifty minutes so the short spur by the Bijou standards of online documentaries. That long show dogs. We won't work that has. It's really good stories. Having your characters and is focusing on contemporary stories that have a place on the Guardian in which is a pretty vague and general thing but it needs to feel like we're saying something new about the contemporary world. We're going to surprise our audience. We're going to bring the the story that they haven't seen or heard before an includes not only see no hood in the Guardian before two in needs to fail. Lie This is breaking something new about doing new stories or current fast or is it's very much about standalone documentary storytelling and we also want films to look really good sound really have to explicitly be about a visual treatment for a story so we were unusual organization in that people can bring is really interesting stories but they might work batteries taxed or podcast cost rather than as visual documentaries. People really need to demonstrate to me the disconnect visually with not in mind. Can I ask you. Who is your audience when it comes to inches who these countries aimed Sousa combination of love the Guardian audience? Whoever they may be but whistle talking the people who read the Guardian online mainly by newspaper that one segment of Air Guardian loyalists? But there's another segment which is people who are looking for really good online documentary film and video and never looked more remorse and they tend to be the ones he wa subject-specific Wall demographic specific. So if we do a tale about his time for example get massive young Pakistan um audience if we do a film about somebody in abandon the you high I was going to be a totally different set of people so it's quite a more I Often we don't really know who the films are going ahead. The which aren't hit as many people as possible. And that's the great thing about the guardian platform the beaches so many people are you never gonna get one hundred percent of the massive guardian even if he just got like five percent of our regular audience has quite a lot of people and the audience just builds over time. And there's a lot of word of mouth outreach. A IT brings people into us just for those who want familiar with the Guardian audience. Can you just describe to us. I mean the Guardian is traditionally a British newspaper. It started as a regional title paper. Now national can you tell me a bit. More about the audience sizes traditionally left without sham having referred to the Guardian audience. We have loads of different for an audience. There's the kind of cool newspaper readers which is a few hundred thousand people I'm very very important to obviously but then not really the audience. I think that I think about the people watching our films our our film and video which covers not just talking but news features breaking these video culture video video ton a ton of other stuff that This kind of massive online online video audience. I suppose I'm going to be really pushing here because I think this is what that is may want to say. Okay okay. So how old is this audience. Only Black Oh mail I mean the thing is it's actually impossible to give a single answer to that because it varies from like video. Vertical to vertical say for example we do tons of really good video for Instagram And that's really young audience because the UNSCOM video is young for the documentaries when I look all youtube stats. It's primarily like let's say like twenty to forty year old you know maybe like a third. UK Thirty. You ask the rest of the world. I don't get any breakdown info on on people's ethnic backgrounds or anything like that so that's genuine impossible decide like we have more broadly but we just have the resource look it up for events useful at least be third. UK Third US totally varies. So you know we we did this Pakistan skewed so on average is like thirty two. US and the rest of the world. Okay next question. How much money does filmmaking get? If they get something commission from guys so we usually put in around fifteen thousand pounds and then we'll sometimes try and leverage extra money from other a co-producing partners or other funds and foundations But the standard for most is usually around fifteen. Obviously it depends on the fell. It's really how many films do you commission a month. It's hard salmon for it in a year. Between Twenty and twenty five tends to more work that will oh commission in like spurts what is the immediate and say a bit more long term thinking future of God so we really general but we want to work with really great filmmakers bringing is ever more exclusive stories and in a way. That's kind of more of this. I am but I think the the more that people have visibility of the kind of storytelling that we want to work with the NFL. Mike is we want to work with the more that people who maybe wouldn't have approached US two years ago a product shows so it's not kind of quality of filmmakers but also we have agreement to sell global stories. I really wanted to make sure that. were reaching teaching global filmmakers and that p people like know what we're doing and here we are which is why I traveled to lots of festivals and meet people will always looking playing more festivals doing more events in winning awards and let us for the sake of winning awards but because winning awards is just a really great publicity thing. Basically and I guess be on is making sure that we're just reaching the widest audience possible and making sure the NFL glycine. So there's a lot of those of more general things Raba them you know. I want to do five stories on subcultures or something. Because we didn't really we didn't really work in that way like I'm very responsive to people bringing me really good stories to a reason when I think of talk I think more about. How are we going to reach more people? How are we gonNA reach diverse storytellers? And make sure that we're representing the whole world. How can this is the God into the countries? I mean I'm really committed to it. The this is an organization that they they really supported. Avoid documentaries are comparatively expensive compared to a low of in the media and so I'm always really conscious that there's a need to bring in partner funding for the people like collaborate with the people. I think as long as there's not collaboration side Avin so it doesn't become team bigger financial burden as it was going to be some support that because this is a really good recognition here that it's really good form of storytelling saying that is different to any of the other storytelling that we do. And in a way it can plays triaud for trying other formats storytelling across all of awful awful mats. And and that's just thinking very much about what we do now which is commissioning independent filmmakers to make films a whole other world of opportunities around around looking at the stories that we're developing in. How the documentary? So he's looking at the stories that are being developed by the news desk in the investigation. Same Eh thinking more documentary men of that kind of thing looked like there's a whole extra world of like what's going on in the building here which you know wanting to more. Where do you see the future documentaries going more generally a documentaries gathering? I think we're GONNA continue to see people looking for the online space to watch documentary. I really do think that. TV is in terminal decline. No for every kind of documentary entry. I mean that they will always be space for heavily. formatted entertainment lads TV documentary. And I absolutely don't belittle I think is a really important part of the ecosystem but in terms of the I suppose created documentary on the full maker Lad documentary there's based based around observational storytelling. That is increasingly migrating to an online space and buy online including net flakes on the kind of big like subscription video on demand platforms as well as the smaller players like us. There is still fill.

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"doc n._y._c." Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"doc n._y._c." Discussed on DocsAndMore

"I'm sitting in the garden and building managed to catch hold of trophies. His head of documentaries here. He's extremely busy man. Charlie Charlie thank you. Welcome for coming into their problems. It's nice to be here said festival out. Just get straight into it. Can you tell me what are you looking for when it comes to documentaries in filmmakers approach here so we have is trying to short documentaries Talks aw between fifty and fifty minutes so the short spur by the Bijou standards of online documentaries. That long show dogs. We won't work that has. It's really good stories. Having your characters and is focusing on contemporary stories that have a place on the Guardian in which is a pretty vague and general thing but it needs to feel like we're saying something new about the contemporary world. We're going to surprise our audience. We're going to bring the the story that they haven't seen or heard before an includes not only see no hood in the Guardian before two in needs to fail. Lie This is breaking something new about doing new stories or current fast or is it's very much about standalone documentary storytelling and we also want films to look really good sound really have to explicitly be about a visual treatment for a story so we were unusual organization in that people can bring is really interesting stories but they might work batteries taxed or podcast cost rather than as visual documentaries. People really need to demonstrate to me the disconnect visually with not in mind. Can I ask you. Who is your audience when it comes to inches who these countries aimed Sousa combination of love the Guardian audience? Whoever they may be but whistle talking the people who read the Guardian online mainly by newspaper that one segment of Air Guardian loyalists? But there's another segment which is people who are looking for really good online documentary film and video and never looked more remorse and they tend to be the ones he wa subject-specific Wall demographic specific. So if we do a tale about his time for example get massive young Pakistan um audience if we do a film about somebody in abandon the you high I was going to be a totally different set of people so it's quite a more I Often we don't really know who the films are going ahead. The which aren't hit as many people as possible. And that's the great thing about the guardian platform the beaches so many people are you never gonna get one hundred percent of the massive guardian even if he just got like five percent of our regular audience has quite a lot of people and the audience just builds over time. And there's a lot of word of mouth outreach. A IT brings people into us just for those who want familiar with the Guardian audience. Can you just describe to us. I mean the Guardian is traditionally a British newspaper. It started as a regional title paper. Now national can you tell me a bit. More about the audience sizes traditionally left without sham having referred to the Guardian audience. We have loads of different for an audience. There's the kind of cool newspaper readers which is a few hundred thousand people I'm very very important to obviously but then not really the audience. I think that I think about the people watching our films our our film and video which covers not just talking but news features breaking these video culture video video ton a ton of other stuff that This kind of massive online online video audience. I suppose I'm going to be really pushing here because I think this is what that is may want to say. Okay okay. So how old is this audience. Only Black Oh mail I mean the thing is it's actually impossible to give a single answer to that because it varies from like video. Vertical to vertical say for example we do tons of really good video for Instagram And that's really young audience because the UNSCOM video is young for the documentaries when I look all youtube stats. It's primarily like let's say like twenty to forty year old you know maybe like a third. UK Thirty. You ask the rest of the world. I don't get any breakdown info on on people's ethnic backgrounds or anything like that so that's genuine impossible decide like we have more broadly but we just have the resource look it up for events useful at least be third. UK Third US totally varies. So you know we we did this Pakistan skewed so on average is like thirty two. US and the rest of the world. Okay next question. How much money does filmmaking get? If they get something commission from guys so we usually put in around fifteen thousand pounds and then we'll sometimes try and leverage extra money from other a co-producing partners or other funds and foundations But the standard for most is usually around fifteen. Obviously it depends on the fell. It's really how many films do you commission a month. It's hard salmon for it in a year. Between Twenty and twenty five tends to more work that will oh commission in like spurts what is the immediate and say a bit more long term thinking future of God so we really general but we want to work with really great filmmakers bringing is ever more exclusive stories and in a way. That's kind of more of this. I am but I think the the more that people have visibility of the kind of storytelling that we want to work with the NFL. Mike is we want to work with the more that people who maybe wouldn't have approached US two years ago a product shows so it's not kind of quality of filmmakers but also we have agreement to sell global stories. I really wanted to make sure that. were reaching teaching global filmmakers and that p people like know what we're doing and here we are which is why I traveled to lots of festivals and meet people will always looking playing more festivals doing more events in winning awards and let us for the sake of winning awards but because winning awards is just a really great publicity thing. Basically and I guess be on is making sure that we're just reaching the widest audience possible and making sure the NFL glycine. So there's a lot of those of more general things Raba them you know. I want to do five stories on subcultures or something. Because we didn't really we didn't really work in that way like I'm very responsive to people bringing me really good stories to a reason when I think of talk I think more about. How are we going to reach more people? How are we gonNA reach diverse storytellers? And make sure that we're representing the whole world. How can this is the God into the countries? I mean I'm really committed to it. The this is an organization that they they really supported. Avoid documentaries are comparatively expensive compared to a low of in the media and so I'm always really conscious that there's a need to bring in partner funding for the people like collaborate with the people. I think as long as there's not collaboration side Avin so it doesn't become team bigger financial burden as it was going to be some support that because this is a really good recognition here that it's really good form of storytelling saying that is different to any of the other storytelling that we do. And in a way it can plays triaud for trying other formats storytelling across all of awful awful mats. And and that's just thinking very much about what we do now which is commissioning independent filmmakers to make films a whole other world of opportunities around around looking at the stories that we're developing in. How the documentary? So he's looking at the stories that are being developed by the news desk in the investigation. Same Eh thinking more documentary men of that kind of thing looked like there's a whole extra world of like what's going on in the building here which you know wanting to more. Where do you see the future documentaries going more generally a documentaries gathering? I think we're GONNA continue to see people looking for the online space to watch documentary. I really do think that. TV is in terminal decline. No for every kind of documentary entry. I mean that they will always be space for heavily. formatted entertainment lads TV documentary. And I absolutely don't belittle I think is a really important part of the ecosystem but in terms of the I suppose created documentary on the full maker Lad documentary there's based based around observational storytelling. That is increasingly migrating to an online space and buy online including net flakes on the kind of big like subscription video on demand platforms as well as the smaller players like us. There is still fill.

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