In the third episode of British Murders Season 4, I tell the story of David and Diane Chenery-Wickens.In January 2008, David reported Diane as missing to the police after the pair travelled by train from West Sussex to London.Diane was a makeup artist and had a meeting at the BBC's headquarters, but she never showed up.It was later revealed that David had in fact made the trip to London alone, having killed his wife 2 days earlier.Diane's body was found 4 months later in a woodland area near the railway where David was a volunteer.David was handed a life sentence in March 2009 with a minimum term to serve of 18 years.Follow British Murders on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/britishpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishmurdersTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@britishmurdersTwitter: https://twitter.com/britishmurdersYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BritishMurdersPodcastMerchandise available here:https://teespring.com/stores/britishmurdersSupport the show on Patreon for early access to ad-free-episodes:https://www.patreon.com/britishmurdersMake a one-off donation here:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/britishmurders All episodes are available on my website:https://www.spreaker.com/show/british-murdersWould you please send any British murder case suggestions to:email@example.comIntro music:David John Brady - 'Throw Down the Gauntlet'https://linktr.ee/davidjohnbradymusicMy recording equipment:Shure SM7B Vocal Microphone: https://amzn.to/3F1JkkjCloud Microphone Cloudlifter CL1: https://amzn.to/2XZicC8Focusrite Scarlett Solo USB Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/3kKCLL2Rode PSA-1 Professional Studio Boom Arm: https://amzn.to/3zHJOs8Purchase 'The Serial Killer's Book of Haiku' by Rose Bundy here:https://amzn.to/3lYRMbuRecorded in:ZancastrEdited in:AudacityDaVinci ResolveMastered in:AuphonicReferences:Barney, K. (2008, February 1). Missing make-up artist split from her husband. Evening Standard, 5. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Body confirmed as make-up artist. (2008, May 16). BBC News. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/7405900.stmCheston, P. (2009a, January 20). TV make-up artist “killed for exposing love-cheat husband.” Evening Standard, 23. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Cheston, P. (2009b, March 2). Life for man who killed make-up artist wife. Evening Standard, 11. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Duddleswell Tea Rooms. (n.d.). Duddleswell Tea Rooms. Retrieved October 11, 2021, from https://www.duddleswelltearooms.co.uk/Hughes, M. (2008, February 1). Husband held over disappearance of Bafta-nominated make-up artist. The Independent, 13. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Hughes, M. (2009a, January 21). Spiritualist minister “killed wife who discovered secret sex life.” The Independent, 24. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Hughes, M. (2009b, March 3). Minister murdered wife who uncovered his affair. The Independent, 12. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Loomes, N. (2009, March 2). Diane Chenery-Wickens was victim of “control-freak” husband, friend says. The Argus. https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/4167256.diane-chenery-wickens-was-victim-of-control-freak-husband-friend-says/Paige, A. (2017, June 29). How to Become a Spiritualist Minister. Classroom.Synonym. https://classroom.synonym.com/how-to-become-a-spiritualist-minister-12080782.htmlredcard74. (2019, January 1). Crimewatch UK March 2009 [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp6Z03EMv4wSears, N. (2009a, February 13). I had six lovers, says spiritualist accused of murdering wife. PressReader. https://www.pressreader.com/uk/daily-mail/20090213/281844344531984Sears, N. (2009b, April 28). Wife murderer in a dog collar: The predator who lured women into bed “like Jack Nicholson in the Witches of Eastwick.” Mail Online. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1158533/Wife-murderer-dog-collar-The-predator-lured-women-bed-like-Jack-Nicholson-Witches-Eastwick.htmlTopping, A. (2009a, March 2). What made the philandering minister kill his trusting wife? The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2009/mar/02/murder-chenery-wickens-wifeTopping, A. (2009b, March 3). Spiritualist jailed for life for killing wife who discovered affairs and calls to gay chatlines. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2009/mar/03/david-chenery-wickens-spiritualist-murder
These horny little devils are especially hot for creature this week, as they take on one of Rob's favorite films, George Miller's The Witches of Eastwick. They talk comparisons to the book, Muppets, The Haunted Mansion, Lego Star Wars and the indelible charm of Wolfman Jack.
Se acerca el mes de las brujas, y este episodio es dedicado a las Burjas y la Brujería en el cine. -Contexto histórico de las brujas -Películas buenas, películas malas y todo lo que caiga entremedio. The Witch, The Withces, The Withces of Eastwick, El Mago de Oz, Harry Potter, Dr Strange, Suspiria, Hocus Pocus, The Craft, Witching and Bitching, Stardust, etc. Comparte, suscríbete y comenta. Estamos en FB y IG como LechecocoProductions
Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1439749737243021314 CW: Suicide, Rape It's a Witchy Woman Week on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey start their own covens of warlocks and witches (respectively) and determine whether women were an accident or were inflicted upon the world intentionally. The Classic Film: The Witches of Eastwick (1987) "Three single women in a picturesque village have their wishes granted, at a cost, when a mysterious and flamboyant man arrives in their lives” (IMDb.com). This silly comedy-horror is a lot of fun on its face, but it also surfaces some very intriguing concepts about villainy, spirituality, sexuality, and the plurality of feminine expression. Oh, and it's WEIRD AS HELL. The Modern Film: The Craft: Legacy (2020) "A group of high school students forms a coven of witches” (IMDb.com). We legitimately thought we would LOATHE this movie as another cringey update to a beloved classic, but it turned out to be very endearing and actually made some welcome updates to outdated tropes... and that just made it so damned disappointing that it isn't good. Audio Sources: "Alien" produced by Brandywine Productions "Alien 3" produced by Twentieth Century Fox & Brandywine Productions "Atlanta" (from "Nice Try, The Devil") written and performed by Pete Holmes "The Craft" produced by Columbia Pictures & Red Wagon Entertainment "The Craft: Legacy" produced by Blumhouse Productions, et al. "Mary Poppins" produced by Walt Disney Productions "Pet Sematary" written by Dee Dee Ramone & Daniel Rey and performed by The Ramones "Sugar Honey Iced Tea (S.H.I.T.)" written and performed by Princess Nokia "Trainwreck" produced by Universal Pictures, et al. "The Witches of Eastwick" produced by Warner Bros., et al. "Witchy Woman" written by Don Henley & Bernie Leadon and performed by the Eagles
This week we have the pleasure of being joined by Barry from Wolfmans Got Nards. Most of you will know Barry as a huge fan of not only Halloween, but The Monster Sqaud too. This week we celebrate the likes of Creepshow 2, Beverley Hills Cop 2, The Untouchables, The Witches of Eastwick, Spaceballs and Full Metal Jacket.#best80smovies #stanleykubrick #wolfmansgotnardsYou can find Barry at the following linkhttps://www.youtube.com/user/wolfmansgotnards11Check out our YouTube Channel for more content here...https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLfaW3fd5Oo-nFvKsL_1CfQPlease feel free to like and subscribe. You can also join our facebook page where you can learn when our shows are about to drop. https://www.facebook.com/groups/803029887178672https://www.instagram.com/the_slaughtered_lamb_podcast/
Double, double, toil, and trouble. Fire burn, and cauldron bubble! This week's Monster Mondays goes to a scenic New England town to do magic with The Witches of Eastwick! Find new episodes every Wednesday at www.filmseizure.com Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/filmseizure/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/FilmSeizure Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/filmseizure/ You can now find us on YouTube as well! The Film Seizure Channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/FilmSeizure
Welcome to all things W in the Wonderful World of Musicals - West Side Story, Wicked, Wizard of Oz, Where's Charley?, The Wiz, The Witches of Eastwick, Waitress, Whistle Down The Wind, Wonderful Town, White Christmas, The Woman In White… WOW so many Ws.
This week we chat with multi-Olivier Award winning actor, Joanna Riding. She has starred in the West End in Billy Elliot, The Witches of Eastwick, My Fair Lady, The Girls to name just a few. Most recently she played Sally in the acclaimed NT revival of Stephen Sondheim's Follies. She's just about to play Nettie Fowler in the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre production of Carousel, in London. We also chat with JoAnn M Hunter who has 20 Broadway shows to her credit as a choreographer, associate choreographer and performer. She has just been working on two Andrew Lloyd Webber shows in London, simultaneously, the brand new Cinderella and the revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
The Witches of Eastwick | The Witches (1990) - Hey listeners! Thanks for checking out another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown. We continue MPM Women's History Month and Dehart chooses some witches films to watch. We check out The Witches of Eastwick (1987), starring Cher, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle Pfeiffer and The Witches (1990). In this episode, we talk about films that we would have loved, but missed out on their releases, we debate the lifespan of a mouse, and decide that living as vermin may not be all bad. Enjoy!Check out these other podcasts from UC:United Cypher Presents…The Curly Mustache PodcastThe Edge of the World Broadcast Talks Over Games Anime Alphabet Fallout ForecastMusic Video CountdownCheck out these other bangers:NerdonomyThe Whiskey ReelSean Vs. WildCode Yellow: A Scare Actor's PodcastSorry To Waste Your TimeFollow us on Twitter @MPMPodcastFollow us on Instagram @motionpicturemeltdownMake sure to click on our logo to the left to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify FOR FREE!Don't forget to rate and review!Straight up terrifying.Their dream guy.Poor Bruno.One job. Look crazy.She was pretty much perfect.
This week we chat with West End star and Olivier Award nominee, Rosemary Ashe. Rosie has created iconic roles including Carlotta in the original production of The Phantom of the Opera and Felicia Gabriel in The Witches of Eastwick. Her new show, Adorable Dora, pays tribute to national treasure Dora Bryan, whose showbiz career spanned eight decades! From pantomime to Shakespeare, Carry On films to a BAFTA-winning role in A Taste of Honey, she did it all.
Your host Manish (@TheManish89) and guest Eddie Mouradian (@eddie_mouradian) discuss the supernatural, dark comedy romance The Witches of Eastwick. George Miller, Jack Nicholson, Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, magic! It’s all discussed!
The Boys dig into the B Boys Voicemail Inbox and answer calls from YOU, our beloved listeners. They talk about cheating boyfriends (and fathers!?), hear from a real life Witch of Eastwick, and what they think about the Real Housewives all in this Patreon only ep.
The parish church of St Mary, Gilston in Hertfordshire dates from the 13th century. It is set within wide open farmland north of Harlow. It's one of only a handful of buildings, surrounded on all sides by fields and outcrops of old trees, left behind from when the land was cleared for farming. As we walked along the narrow lane away from Eastwick, thickly verged and wafting with spring flowers, we listened as the noise from the A414 gradually subsided behind us, and dwindled with each turn in the lane, until at last it was nothing. It was then that we felt real quiet, and heard the skylarks. High and rising over the fields, slowly circling on the warm updrafts. Singing out that from up there they could see whole fields of yellow. The porch entrance to St Mary's has two wooden benches. A stack of second-hand books, parish notices pinned to the board, warnings to would-be heritage thieves, dog bowls full of water for passing pooches and a box of hand-drawn pathway maps, free to take away. It is the perfect spot to stop and take in the atmosphere. The sound of a sleepy rural church, adorned with sedately cooing wood pigeons basking on its sun warmed slates. The sound of the overgrown churchyard with its gravestones surrounded by a carpet of cowslips, looking up to be read. Chaffinches and seesawing great tits in full voice from all over, hidden in the hedgerows. At the far end of the churchyard, just before the fields start, a fir tree sways in the breeze. Jovial. Breathing in the wind. Home to a gloriously country-toned blackbird, who flew back to sing for a while.
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In part 2 of our conversation, Dana stops by a number of important way-stations as he takes us back and forth between Ohio and New York...We visit bottoming-out, the distorted world of "a musical maestro of self-destruction," finally facing the truth of who he was - and finding alignment, responsibility, compassion, self-acceptance, freedom and gratitude.That's a lot - and barely speaks to the ground we cover!Dana is a New York-based American composer and musical director whose works have been performed in NYC, the West End, and around the world. His off-Broadway musical, Zombie Prom, has reached cult status and was filmed starring RuPaul and Katy Mixon. There have been more than 3,000 different productions around the world.Dana’s next two musicals – The Fix and The Witches of Eastwick - were produced by Sir Cameron Mackintosh. The Fix premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, starring John Barrowman and directed by Academy Award® winner Sam Mendes. The Witches of Eastwick premiered at the Drury Lane Theatre on the West End starring Ian McShane and Lucie Arnaz. It subsequently has had major productions in Australia, Austria, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden, and the United States. Both The Fix and The Witches of Eastwick were nominated for four Olivier awards (including Best New Musical) and, subsequently, Washington’s Helen Hayes Award.There are over 300,000 performing artists in the US and the majority make $25,000 a year or less. As a certified coach, Dana helps performers and creative artists worldwide increase their income and creative opportunities by utilizing his 30-plus years of professional theatre experience working with the world's foremost producers and musical theatre artists.You can learn more about Dana, his music and his work on LinkedIn, on Facebook and by visiting danaprowe.com. You can reach him at email@example.com
The Witches of Eastwick | The Witches (1990) – Hey listeners! Thanks for checking out another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown. We continue MPM Women’s History Month and Dehart chooses some witches films to watch. We check out The Witches of Eastwick (1987), starring Cher, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle Pfeiffer and The Witches (1990). In … Continue reading "MPM: Ep. 409 – 666 In One Hand"
Sometimes a man needs to poop in a box and then return that box to the shelf he found it on. Who is this man? I don’t know, but he should and will be arrested. This week on the podcast, the boys talk about “The Witches of Eastwick”, whether milk in cereal is a broth, beverage, or sauce, Theo takes us to the nasty “Taxidermy Shop” segment to show off a mean rat throwing red paint on a mouse lady wearing fur, Will tells a news story about a man who has been pooping in the cars at local automotive repair shops, the boys play a version of “Bang, Marry, Kill” where it is “Have as your boss, be trapped in an elevator with, and spend a day at Six Flags with” with various celebrities, fictional characters, and Will does a modified version of “Conspiracy Query” where he quizzes Theo about the aspects of the QAnon conspiracy theory.
Dana Rowe grew up in a home surrounded by art and music, the latter of which, as he puts it, "became my first language" and "safe place."In this first part of our conversation, Dana shares the story of how the wisdom of an early teacher - Mrs. Martin - pointed him toward a lifetime of writing music "for the dramatic moment. We also touch on what art is, why it matters and so much more...Dana is a New York-based American composer and musical director whose works have been performed in NYC, the West End, and around the world. His off-Broadway musical, Zombie Prom, has reached cult status and was filmed starring RuPaul and Katy Mixon. There have been more than 3,000 different productions around the world.Dana’s next two musicals – The Fix and The Witches of Eastwick - were produced by Sir Cameron Mackintosh. The Fix premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, starring John Barrowman and directed by Academy Award® winner Sam Mendes. The Witches of Eastwick premiered at the Drury Lane Theatre on the West End starring Ian McShane and Lucie Arnaz. It subsequently has had major productions in Australia, Austria, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden, and the United States. Both The Fix and The Witches of Eastwick were nominated for four Olivier awards (including Best New Musical) and, subsequently, Washington’s Helen Hayes Award.There are over 300,000 performing artists in the US and the majority make $25,000 a year or less. As a certified coach, Dana helps performers and creative artists worldwide increase their income and creative opportunities by utilizing his 30-plus years of professional theatre experience working with the world's foremost producers and musical theatre artists.You can learn more about Dana, his music and his work on LinkedIn, on Facebook and by visiting danaprowe.com. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Carl Eastwick' s reflection for Tuesday in the Fourth Week of Lent Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for livestreamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more details. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more spiritual engagement!
A stranger has blown into town... and it's the delightful Joan Haley Ford, here to talk about her pick for the best horror movie ever made, The Witches of Eastwick! We talk about the improvements from the book, the progressive themes, and wax poetic about how great Veronica Cartwright is even among a cast featuring Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer and Jack Nicholson! Don't miss this one!
Richard Jenkins and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his delightful new film The Last Shift, simplicity, connecting with a script, context and complications, emotional intelligence, and why there are no magic endings.TrailerWatch the film on Google Play, YouTube and Amazon Prime.Synopsis:Stanley (Richard Jenkins), an aging fast-food worker, plans to call it quits after 38 years on the graveyard shift at Oscar’s Chicken and Fish. His last weekend takes a turn while training his replacement, Jevon (Shane Paul McGhie), a talented but stalled young writer whose provocative politics keep landing him in trouble.These two who share little in common are brought together through circumstance. Stanley, a high school dropout who has watched his life pass by his drive-through window, proudly details the nuances of the job. While Jevon, a columnist who’s too smart to be flipping patties, contends their labor is being exploited. A flicker of camaraderie sparks during the long overnight hours in a quiet kitchen.About Richard Jenkins:Born in DeKalb, Illinois, Richard Jenkins has built up an impressive list of credits since he began working as an actor in 1980. Yet with all his credits, Jenkins has remained strictly in supporting roles. After his first feature film, the sci-fi drama The Falls, Jenkins landed work in a number of TV movies. In 1985 he returned to features, landing small roles in various films such as Silverado, Witches of Eastwick and Little Nikita.From 1985 to 1994, Jenkins found television more profitable, and spent most of his time working in mini-series and television movies. It was in this arena that he finally found starring roles in films such as Into Thin Air: Death on Everest, And the Band Played On and The Boys Next Door.This led to supporting roles in various large budget films such as Flirting with Disaster, Absolute Power, There’s Something About Mary, The Mod Squad, Flirting with Disaster, Snow Falling on Cedars, Random Hearts, Me Myself and Irene and Say It Isn’t So.In 2001 he landed the recurring role of Nate Fisher, Sr. in HBO's television series Six Feet Under. He continues to appear in major motion pictures such as The Cores with Hilary Swank, Shall We Dance with Richard Gere, North Country with Charlize Theron and The Cabin in the Woods with Chris Hemsworth.More recently, he's played roles in Darling Companion alongside Diane Keaton and Kevin Kline, Killing Them Softly, co-starring Brad Pitt, Ray Liotta and James Gandolfini and in Jack Reacher opposite Tom Cruise.In 2009, he received his first Academy Award nomination, for his work in The Visitor. He received his second for The Shape of Water, in the Supporting Actor category, in addition to a Golden Globe nomination.Prior to the start of the coronavirus pandemic, he completed the starring role in the feature film The Last Shift, about a fast-food worker who's finally retiring and has to train his young replacement.(With credit to tribute.ca)Image Copyright and Credit: Sony Pictures.F2F Music and Image Copyright: David Peck and Face2Face. Used with permission.For more information about David Peck’s podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit his site here.With thanks to Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dave Carson joined ILM in the late 1970's to work on the original Empire Strikes Back as a model maker and storyboard artist. That initial job opportunity developed into a full-time position where Dave went on to work on numerous films including; Dragonslayer, Return of the Jedi, Star Trek 3, Goonies, Enemy Mine, Young Sherlock Holmes, Willow, Witches of Eastwick, Hook, Jurassic Park, Casper, and Titanic (to name just a few...). In the mid 1990's Dave served as Visual Effects Supervisor on the Special Editions of Empire and Jedi. He eventually left ILM and went to work at Electronic Arts where he spearheaded groundbreaking work bringing a visual effects and cinematic sensibility to multiple game projects. Dave's career is a master class in the history of visual effects and the development of new techniques and tools. He approaches all his work with the eye of an artist and shares some great memories from his incredible career.
Legendary flutist talks his distinguished career as studio musician in Hollywood, from his early days performing under Alfred Newman at 20th Century Fox to his many collaborations with John Williams as first chair flute, including his solos in such scores as Jaws, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and The Witches of Eastwick, as well as the premiere of the Flute Concerto Flutist Sheridon Stokes is one of the true all-time greats among Hollywood studio musicians. In a career spanning six decades, Sheridon Stokes became one of the most heard flute artists in the world mostly thanks to his impressive career in the film and television industry in Los Angeles. He has performed as principal flute on dozens of classic film scores including many by John Williams. For the Maestro, he performed solos on Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and The Witches of Eastwick. It's his beautiful, crystalline tone that accompanies some of the most iconic scenes in those films. But, as you'll hear in the episode, Sheridon and John Williams met long before the Maestro would become the most famous and celebrated film composer in history. In this conversation, Sheridon talks about his illustrious life and career as one of the most venerable studio musicians in Hollywood, from his early days performing in the 20th Century Fox Orchestra under Alfred Newman to his meeting with a young John Williams in 1957. He talks at length about his first works with Williams in the early 1970s and the world concert premiere of the composer's Flute Concerto with the UCLA orchestra in 1973. He also reminisces his flute solos on Jaws, E.T. and The Witches of Eastwick, and the work with composer Lalo Schifrin, offering his own unique insight into the great history of Hollywood's film music. For more information, visit https://thelegacyofjohnwilliams.com/2021/01/18/sheridon-stokes-podcast/
Part 1: Zach, Nathan and Ash discuss movies they saw this week, including: The Witches of Eastwick, Enemy of the State, Deja Vu and Torque.Part 2 (43:15): The group continues their series on actor Mads Mikkelsen with 2004's Pusher II: With Blood On Your Hands.See movies discussed in this episode here.Also follow us on:FacebookTwitterLetterboxdSpotifyStitcher RadioRadio Public
Well folks, we’re still alive and this week we are joined by the charming Natalie Zea. You Might Know Her From The Detour, Justified, The Other Guys, The Following, Dirty Sexy Money, Californication, Passions, and The Unicorn. We were absolutely giddy talking to Natalie about cutting her teeth on the wacky soap Passions, how she convinced the Hollywood powers-that-be that she was a gifted comedic player, and maybe most importantly, we dug into Natalie’s first role as Lana Tisdale in Kimberly Peirce’s unreleased short, Boys Don’t Cry, which would go on to inspire the feature film. We need this footage, stat! All that plus some excellent old Hollywood gossip. Please see us online at #OldHollywoodHungLikeAHorse. Follow us on social media: @damianbellino || @rodemanne Three’s Company with John Ritter, Suzanne Somers, Joyce DeWitt John Ritter’s exposes his testicles Thanks to Daniel Sears for this clarification: Mr. Furley wore the ascots and came AFTER the Ropers. The Ropers left in a spin-off series called, appropriately, The Ropers. Dawn Wells (Maryann from Gilligan’s Island) just died from COVID Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square as IMPORTANT Law and Order: SVU will hire as many theatre actors as they can We are not into Linda Lavin’s Madame (Mama) Rose Need to find Joyce DeWitt’s Madame Rose Madame Rose vs Mama Rose (-Arthur Laurents) Trump banned from Twitter, Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell linked out to his Parler account AJ McLean posted his response on IG Passions (Tabitha and Timmy, Precious the Orangutan, KY jelly product placement) Gwen breaking into the show’s theme song during Teresa’s childbirth Married to Travis Schuldt, who played her love interest, Ethan on the show Their podcast, Passions for Life gives you nuts & bolts behind Passions eps they’re both in ABC’s Dirty, Sexy, Money got the full rollout but was canceled after two seasons ) Christinith in The Other Guys (dir: Adam McKay) Stars as Robin Randall in the TBS sitcom, The Detour (created by Jason Jones and Samantha Bee) Starred opposite Timothy Olyphant in the FX series, Justified Winona and Raylan fan videos Pre-pandemic worked on with Rob Lowe on 9-1-1 Lonestar and The Unicorn opposite Walton Goggins Natalie worked with Jamie Babbit a bunch (fave lesbian?) Natalie starred as Lana Tisdale in Kimberly Peirce’s short film that went on to become the feature film, Boys Don’t Cry but she’s never seen the footage and we can’t find it anywhere. Loves old Hollywood and read Ava Gardner’s biography, Ava: My Story, but she never said the famous quote attributed to her about Frank Sinatra’s penis: “he was "only 110 pounds, but 10 pounds of it is cock!" #OldHollywoodHungLikeaHorse (Mickey Rooney, Sinatra, Errol Flynn, Cesar Romero) What contemporary actor is hung? Hint: he was mentioned on this podcast We mentioned Michael Fassbender, Jon Hamm, Liam Neeson but hint: he was already discussed on the episode (Duchovny, Krause, Bacon, Jones, Goggins?) Has worked on almost every network: ABC (Dirty Sexy Money), CBS (Under the Dome, The Unicorn), NBC (Passions), FOX (The Following), HBO (Hung), Showtime (Californication, White Famous), TBS (The Detour), FX (The Shield, Justified). Was hoping to get Yellowjackets (upcoming on Showtime) and turned down the test for Izzie on Grey’s Anatomy Veronica Cartwright (In Sight) and Joanna Cassidy (Too Much) Veronica is iconic in The Witches of Eastwick fuck: Tabitha the Witch (Juliet Mills), marry: Precious the Orangutan, kill: Timmy the Doll Peter Krause dated Lauren Graham (who was Adelaide in Guys & Dolls on Broadway) Duchovny was in Playing God with Angelina Jolie and Timothy Hutton Full Lainie Kazan interview Connecting this week’s guest to next week’s: Natalie was in The Following with Kevin Bacon who presented next week’s guest with her Emmy. Natalie was in Grey Lady with Eric Dane who was in X-Men:The Last Stand with next week’s guest “I Want it That Way” is a perfect song Kevin is cousins with Brian Littrell Kevin Richardson = Posh Spice = Michael from Boyz II Men Lance Bass is a true bass
Dana P. Rowe is a New York-based American composer and musical director whose works have been performed in NYC, the West End, and around the world. His off-Broadway musical, Zombie Prom, has reached cult status and was filmed starring RuPaul and Katy Mixon. Dana’s next two musicals – The Fix and The Witches of Eastwick - were produced by Sir Cameron Mackintosh. There are over 300,000 performing artists in the US and the majority make $25,000 a year or less. As a certified coach, Dana helps performers and creative artists worldwide increase their income and creative opportunities by utilizing his 30-plus years of professional theatre experience working with the world's foremost producers and musical theatre artists. www.danaprowe.com Positive Intelligence: Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential AND HOW YOU CAN ACHIEVE YOURS. New York Times Bestseller! In his popular Stanford University lectures, Shirzad Chamine reveals how to achieve one's true potential for both professional success and personal fulfillment. His groundbreaking research exposes ten well-disguised mental Saboteurs. https://www.facebook.com/RichardSkipperFullMoonPositiveBookClub https://www.positiveintelligence.com/
Death, divorce, and desertion leaves three friends desperate for love, attention, and sex...and then the Devil appears. Joelle - "I was not able to eat cherries for a long time after watching this." Parry - "The Devil came down to Eastwick."
We’re almost done with this month’s Season of the Witch series, but wanted to sneak in a special mini-episode! If you’ve ever seen the 1995 anthology film, Four Rooms, you know that there’s a segment directed by Allison Anders (Mi Vida Loca) about a coven of witches (including Madonna!) that gather in a hotel room on New Year’s Eve to resurrect their goddess, Diana. It’s short but sweet, and the costumes (by Susan L. Bertram and Mary Claire Hannan) are to die for. Blessed be! Show notes: Don't duct tape your boobs like Blaire did in the '90s...use Nue instead. Listen to our Mi Vida Loca episode. Our past witch movie episodes here: Practical Magic (1998) The Craft (1996) Witches of Eastwick (1987) The Love Witch (2016) The Witches (2020) Teen Witch (1989) Hocus Pocus (1993) For visuals of the costumes, follow us on Instagram at @fishnetflixpod DM or email your movie requests at email@example.com!
Before "Charmed", before "Coven, and before "Trueblood"-there was Nancy, Sarah, Bonnie, Rochelle, and Manon. Just in time for The Craft: Legacy, we're getting into the original 1996 version! Grab your Zima with a jolly rancher in it, throw on your JNCOs, and let's go back to the 90's with the Bitches of Eastwick!! Our intro music is made using sounds from freesound.org Sound 1: https://freesound.org/s/245086/ by Aiyumi CC 2.0 Sound 2: https://freesound.org/s/348858/ by R_mac CC by 2.0 The music for our Ratings Section is Danse Macabre by Camillie Saint-Saens Our Outro music is made with https://freesound.org/s/245086/ by Aiyumi CC 2.0.
Robert, Nat, and Cody are joined by Angela Fabbrini of to discuss three films, separated by less than a decade, on the subject of witchcraft with"The Witches of Eastwick, The Witches (1990), and The Craft". The power of females takes many forms and we look both at how witchcraft movies empower and horrify us. Time Tracks: THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK Discussion: 0:00 to 32:48 THE WITCHES (1990) Discussion: 32:48 to 1:00:31 THE CRAFT Discussion: 1:00:31 to End
Today’s episode of the podcast finishes up our spooky season series on occult-themed nostalgia watches with 1987’s The Witches of Eastwick, starring Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Cher, adapted from the John Updike novel. Join us as we try to figure out how we feel about this movie including big 80s perms (great), Cher (even better), and Jack Nicholson’s diabolic sex appeal (not good). Made at the height of Reagan’s America, does the film have something insightful to say about gender inquality, or like the devilish Daryl, is it in the end all about reinforcing the Patriarchal status quo?Time Stamps:8:18 - Main Discussion on The Witches of Eastwick42:52 - What’s Your Freq Out?Ebony on the Starz documentary, Seduced: Inside the NXIVM CultFollow Us:Join our PatreonOur WebsiteSubscribe to FFR on Apple PodcastsSubscribe to our Star Trek PodcastTwitterInstagram
There's a little witch in all of us. For this edition of Feminist Movie Friday, Anney and Samantha revisit two Halloween classics: Practical Magic and The Witches of Eastwick. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Are you in the mood for some grotesque glamour? Well, you’re in luck, because our latest episode is about the reboot of Roald Dahl’s The Witches! While Anne Hathaway taking on Angelica Houston’s iconic role as the Grand High Witch might be a tall order for some, you’ll agree that the costumes are a true feast for the eyes! Joanna Johnston (Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Death Becomes Her) is the designer behind these bewitching looks. Listen to our witch episodes here: Practical Magic (1998) The Craft (1996) Witches of Eastwick (1987) The Love Witch (2016) Teen Witch (1989) Hocus Pocus (1993) For visuals of the costumes, follow us on Instagram at @fishnetflixpod DM or email your movie requests at firstname.lastname@example.org!
437 – Richard Reynolds on Foxhounds and Favors Mr Richard Reynolds is joining us today. This is the first part of a two-part episode. We're going to talk about rat hunting and foxhounds and all kinds of fabulous historical stuff, because he is a brain trust of all things history in purebred dogs. Reynolds said his involvement in purebred dogs “started from a National Geographic magazine. I was a young lad in his early teens and I came upon a National Geographic magazine that had an article Westminster, the World Series of Dogs” circa 1949. “All of my colleagues had Playboy magazine hidden under their mattresses and I had National Geographic,” Reynolds said, “not for the same purpose of course.” Reynolds said he acquired his first Beagle “for the princely sum of $35 from a gentleman who hunted them and, as they say, the rest was history. “The first Beagle fell somewhat short of being a show dog, but the next one was a show dog. It cost a great deal more than $35, although I'm not sure it was worth much more. That kind of got me started with the dog showing thing.” Reynolds' focus has always been on preserving breed type through concentration on performance ability. He was a Master of Foxhounds with the only dual registry recognized hunting pack. His Old English hounds won a group at Westminster, many Bests in Show, many Large Pack classes at hound shows and the occasional Grand Championship. Most important, each hound hunted a regular three day a week schedule. Comparing the English and American Foxhounds, Reynolds notes, “The old English Foxhound is heavier, larger. Level top line. Picture, if you will, a bulldozer on feet. The American foxhound is lighter, leggier, has a slight rise over the loin to give it speed. It's of course descended from the English Foxhound, but it's not exactly the same. They both have their purposes and, like all of the hounds and terriers, that purpose is directly related to the country, the land where the dog hunts and works. American foxhounds are suited to the wide open spaces in the United States and the English are suited to the Gorse hedges and stone walls and whatever of England. We found them very useful in Pennsylvania where I'm at because we have a wonderful agricultural phenomenon known as the multiflora rose.” Reynolds’ most famous dog was Ch. Mr Stewart's Cheshire Winslow. “He hunted pretty good and he was a reasonably good stud dog,” Reynolds quipped, “but he was a really good show dog. He was the top of all hound breeds in 1983, won the Quaker oats award for the top winning hound, and then he kind of walked out of Westminster in 1984 with the hound group. So having done that, we figured that we were duty bound to get him back to the hunt field the following morning. So he won the group at Westminster on Tuesday night, and hunted Fox from horseback on Wednesday morning.” Reynold’s wry, self-deprecating humor is a treasure to the dog community. Enjoy this episode and join us next week for our conversation on terriers. Beagle> Westminster 1977. BoV under Peter Knoop was 13" Ch. Englandale's Crestwood Star. I sold her as a pet, but her owner believed that she could do anything and pushed me to show her. She not only finished her title, and won the variety at "the World Series of Dogdom", she also had several obedience titles. EF> The hound was Mr. Stewart's Cheshire Federal, a gift to me from Nancy Penn Smith Hannum, MFH. There weren't any other AKC English Foxhounds around, so we finished him the hard way...by winning groups. I believe he was the seconmd AKC Ch. EF, Horse> When one is a visitor, hunting with another recognized pack, it is courteous to wear a black coat rather than scarlet with your home hunt colors. This was on such an occasion with my ex-three day eventer, Eastwick. On foot> These were my hounds in the Five Couple class at the... Support this podcast
The Witches of Eastwick is one of Kristin's faves! But is Wil going to like it? I mean it has Cher in it, what's not to like?! The post Episode 288: The Witches of Eastwick appeared first on So...I'm Watching This Show.
Get ready for a real early-2000s Disney Channel flashback, Fishies! We’ve got a bite-sized episode on 2005’s Twitches, starring Tia and Tamera Mowry. Howeva, we've gotta keep it real…there’s not too much to say about the costumes in this flick (hence the mini-ep), but who can resist a good ol’ Sister, Sister #TBT? Imagine time-traveling back to a time of sheer tunics over flared jeans and wide, low-hanging belts…that's what you'll find in Twitches! Whether that frightens you or somehow thrills you, please DO enjoy. Listen to our "Season of the Witch" episode series here: Practical Magic (1998) The Craft (1996) Witches of Eastwick (1987) The Love Witch (2016) Teen Witch (1989) Hocus Pocus (1993)
If all you knew of Witchcraft and Wicca you learned from shows like Charmed, Sabrina, Bewitched, and Witches of Eastwick, then you are not alone! In this spooky rendition of not a Harlot, Karamia tells Emily about all things Magik; the differences between witchcraft and Wicca; and Laurie Cabot, the official Witch of Massachusetts who we seriously wish was our Grandmother. We will get deep into the origins of Wicca, find out what kind of witches we are, and discover that we are too broke to afford a love obsession spell (which might be a good thing!) Grab your favorite fall sweater, a glass of Witch’s brew, light a candle (or 30), and join us as we ask the hard hitting questions, like how would 1692 Salem have responded to a Queef?! Music by Lloyd Rogers. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @harlotsofhistorypodcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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We’re continuing with October's season of the witch series with Hocus Pocus (1993)! We discuss the Sanderson Sisters steeze, plus comfy fall sweaters and on-trend tie dye. Costumes are by the fabulous Mary Vogt, who did Batman Returns and Crazy Rich Asians. We also talk about what horror movies and spooky shows we’re watching this week (Haunting of Bly Manor, Exorcist III), how there are two different kinds of "Halloween people," and reminisce about our annual tradition of going to Halloween Horror Nights. We also butt heads about Nightmare Before Christmas (Marie agrees with Ryan Gosling that it ruins the Disneyland Haunted Mansion during Halloween, while Blaire is a fan of all thing NBC. "This sounds like a betrayal," says Blaire.) Tune in now! Listen to our past witchy episodes here: Teen Witch (1989) Practical Magic (1998) The Craft (1996) Witches of Eastwick (1987) The Love Witch (2016) For visuals of the costumes, follow us on Instagram at @fishnetflixpod DM or email your movie requests at email@example.com!
We are kicking off a month of Halloween goodness talking about our retro memories that go bump in the night. On this episode Dave gives the Devil his due and talks about his favorite retro movies that the demon stars in. If you are fan of Angel Heart, Witches of Eastwick, and Devil's Advocate this is the episode for you.
We’re getting witchy with it! For October, we’re doing all witch movies! First up is Teen Witch, the 1989 high school comedy which stars Robyn Lively as a nerdy teen who gets magickal powers on her sixteenth birthday. Blaire and Marie discuss the new reboots of The Craft and The Witches, tuxedo shirts, bolo ties, acid wash, "shenanigans," and praise Richie, the hilarious little brother played by Joshua John Miller (who should have gotten an Oscar for this role TBQH). Costumes by Judie C. Champion (and apparently Robyn Lively, who used a lot of her own clothing for the film)! Listen to our past witchy episodes here: Practical Magic (1998) The Craft (1996) Witches of Eastwick (1987) The Love Witch (2016) For visuals of the costumes, follow us on Instagram at @fishnetflixpod DM or email your movie requests at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Scientists renamed human genes because of Microsoft Excel by Grant Currin Vincent, J. (2020, August 6). Scientists rename human genes to stop Microsoft Excel from misreading them as dates. The Verge; The Verge. https://www.theverge.com/2020/8/6/21355674/human-genes-rename-microsoft-excel-misreading-dates Ziemann, M., Eren, Y., & El-Osta, A. (2016). Gene name errors are widespread in the scientific literature. Genome Biology, 17(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13059-016-1044-7 Bruford, E. A., Braschi, B., Denny, P., Jones, T. E. M., Seal, R. L., & Tweedie, S. (2020). Guidelines for human gene nomenclature. Nature Genetics, 52(8), 754–758. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41588-020-0669-3 A new study finds that the person you choose isn't as important as the relationship you build by Kelsey Donk Betuel, E. (2020, July 27). Landmark study on 11,196 couples pinpoints what dating apps get so wrong. Inverse; Inverse. https://www.inverse.com/mind-body/dating-study-predicts-happy-relationships Joel, S., Eastwick, P. W., Allison, C. J., Arriaga, X. B., Baker, Z. G., Bar-Kalifa, E., Bergeron, S., Birnbaum, G. E., Brock, R. L., Brumbaugh, C. C., Carmichael, C. L., Chen, S., Clarke, J., Cobb, R. J., Coolsen, M. K., Davis, J., de Jong, D. C., Debrot, A., DeHaas, E. C., … Wolf, S. (2020). Machine learning uncovers the most robust self-report predictors of relationship quality across 43 longitudinal couples studies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(32), 19061–19071. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1917036117 Why don't we sneeze or burp in our sleep?by Ashley Hamer (Listener question from Natalie) Shieh, M. (2017). Is it possible to sneeze while you are sleeping? Popular Science. https://www.popsci.com/sneeze-sleep/ Villazon, L. (2019). Can you sneeze in your sleep? BBC Science Focus Magazine; BBC Science Focus Magazine. https://www.sciencefocus.com/the-human-body/can-you-sneeze-in-your-sleep/ Do people sneeze in their sleep without waking up? (2008, July 31). Mentalfloss.Com. https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/19227/do-people-sneeze-their-sleep-without-waking Repasky, D. (2019, January 3). Swallowing Air with CPAP (Aerophagia): Causes and Solutions | CPAP.com Blog. CPAP.Com Blog. https://www.cpap.com/blog/swallowing-air-with-cpap-aerophagia/ Karamanolis, G., Triantafyllou, K., Tsiamoulos, Z., Polymeros, D., Kalli, T., Misailidis, N., Liakakos, T., & Ladas, S. D. (2009). Effect of Sleep on Excessive Belching. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, 1. https://doi.org/10.1097/mcg.0b013e3181bd885e Bredenoord, A. J. (2013). Management of Belching, Hiccups, and Aerophagia. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 11(1), 6–12. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cgh.2012.09.006 Imran Khawaja, Spurling, B. C., & Shantanu Singh. (2020, July 19). REM Sleep Behavior Disorder. Nih.Gov; StatPearls Publishing. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK534239/ Brain Basics: Understanding Sleep | National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. (2020). Nih.Gov. https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/patient-caregiver-education/understanding-sleep#2 Subscribe to Curiosity Daily to learn something new every day with Ashley Hamer and Natalia Reagan (filling in for Cody Gough). You can also listen to our podcast as part of your Alexa Flash Briefing; Amazon smart speakers users, click/tap “enable” here: https://www.amazon.com/Curiosity-com-Curiosity-Daily-from/dp/B07CP17DJY See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The legendary trumpeteer talks his unparalleled career as studio musician in Hollywood and his journey with composer John Williams as principal trumpet on 40+ films between 1973 and 2011, including some of the Maestro's most beloved scores such as Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T., Jurassic Park and the Indiana Jones films Among the musicians who performed for John Williams in Los Angeles, trumpet legend Malcolm McNab has certainly a place of honour. This incredibly talented musician started to perform for the composer in 1973, playing lovely lyrical solos in the score for the film The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (directed by Richard C. Sarafian, starring Burt Reynolds and Sarah Miles). His exquisite playing immediately became a benchmark and, from that moment onward, McNab became principal trumpet for virtually all John Williams's recordings in Los Angeles from 1973 until 2011, becoming one of the longest-serving members (if not the single longest) in his pick-up orchestra: a grand total of 46 film scores, including some of the Maestro's most iconic works like Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T., Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, The Witches of Eastwick, Home Alone, Hook, Far and Away, Minority Report, plus several television projects (including Amazing Stories, Great Performances and the theme for the NBC Nightly News programs) and other special projects such as the live-to-picture performance of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial for the film's 20th anniversary in March 2002. He also had lovely lyrical solos in Stanley & Iris (1990). Malcolm McNab's career highlights don't stop however just at his many successful collaborations with John Williams. The trumpeteer has also been the first-call principal trumpet for many other great Hollywood composers including Jerry Goldsmith, Alex North, James Horner, Randy Newman, James Newton Howard, Bruce Broughton, Michael Kamen, with many of them writing beautiful solo parts especially for him. McNab's truly impressive list of credits includes many of Hollywood's most famous movies of the last 45 years. His playing can be heard in hundreds of memorable soundtracks, including the Rocky series, several Star Trek movies, Pretty Woman, The Karate Kid, Spider-Man 1 and 2, The Sixth Sense, Silverado, Edward Scissorhands, Independence Day, the Lethal Weapon films, Pirates of the Caribbean, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and Pixar's Toy Story 1, 2 and 3, Cars and Monsters, Inc., and many, many others. He can be heard as featured soloist in John Barry's Dances With Wolves, Randy Newman's Avalon, Jerry Goldsmith's L.A. Confidential and The Last Castle, James Horner's Glory, just to name a few. In this rich, in-depth conversation, Malcolm talks about his career as studio musician legend, performing for virtually every great composer in Hollywood and performing both exquisite solos and virtuosic trumpet parts in many film scores. He talks at length about his many years performing for John Williams, from the first gig in 1973 to the success of scores like Jaws, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and Jurassic Park, reflecting on the evolution of the trumpet section in Williams's scores and the challenges of performing very difficult parts on many occasions, but also the fun and the joy of recording source music for Jaws and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. McNab also recollects his experiences with rock legend Frank Zappa, his friendship with Uan Rasey and his many collaborations with Jerry Goldsmith. For more information visit https://thelegacyofjohnwilliams.com/2020/09/23/malcolm-mcnab-podcast
One of our favorite movies is The Witches of Eastwick, which pits three icons: Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfieffer against the devil himself as they turn to witchcraft to manage their mid-life crisis. Today, San Francisco drag empresario Peaches Christ chats with us about opening up her vault of drag parodies for an internet viewing party of her show “The Witches of East Bay” where Peaches Christ, Coco Peru and Chad Michaels take a look at what happens when three drag legends get older in a world dominated by pesky young drag queens.
When you're a drag queen, you’re timeless, well at least until your wig starts to break down and your makeup starts to crack at the end of the night. But time comes for us all, even the most legendary drag queens, and that doesn't always have to be a scary thing.When you get older, you’re hopefully able to see things in a bigger perspective and conjure up a little magic to make things exciting.One of our favorite movies is The Witches of Eastwick, which pits three icons: Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfieffer against the devil himself as they turn to witchcraft to manage their mid-life crisis.PEACHES CHRIST: www.peacheschrist.comToday, San Francisco drag empresario Peaches Christ chats with us about opening up her vault of drag parodies for an internet viewing party of her show “The Witches of East Bay” where Peaches Christ, Coco Peru and Chad Michaels take a look at what happens when three drag legends get older in a world dominated by pesky young drag queens.Don’t miss the viewing party on Oct 1 at at 6PM Pacific.https://peacheschrist.live/Plus,➤ Why do JK Rowling and other high profile queer celebrities come out aganist trans inclusion?➤ 80’s Gay icons that became TV commercial spokespersons.➤ A look at the amazing life of drag queen Peggy L’Eggs.
In the mid-to-late 80s, Polly Platt worked on a number of films that defined and reflected that decade’s ideas about female power. With an Oscar nomination under her belt, Polly starts trying in earnest to direct. She ends her career as a production designer with The Witches of Eastwick, a star-studded special-effects extravaganza. Inspired by Polly, Brooks creates the character played by Holly Hunter in Broadcast News, infusing the film with Polly’s single-minded professional determination. Riding high on having guided Brooks through two consecutive, blockbuster Oscar nominees, Polly becomes a production executive at Brooks's Gracie Films, where she produces Cameron Crowe’s Say Anything… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Film critic K. Austin Collins (Vanity Fair) returns to Blank Check for an episode covering 1987’s fantasy comedy, The Witches of Eastwick. Together with #thetwofriends they discuss author John Updike’s original novel, how producer Jon Peters tried shoehorning an alien into the film, assign themselves which witch they would be and Griffin defines what a ‘movie movie’ is. This episode is sponsored by: Hims (https://www.forhims.com/blank)