Will Mexico be seeded in Copa America? Santi Gimenez is Jekyll and Hyde Liguilla Predictions Buy our merch at cantinamx.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cantina-mx/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cantina-mx/support
Today's K-Pop Musician is "빅스(VIXX)"It was formed as a member through the survival program "My Doll(마이돌)". It's the boy group that debuted in 2012, when the most idol groups have appeared in the history of Korea. It has established itself through the red ocean among numerous idol groups.Since their debut, they promoted with a unique concept like, Super Hero (히어로) and game character 'Rock Ur Body'. Since then, they've introduced concepts such as vampire, Jekyll and Hyde, and curse dolls.Thanks to the team's unique concept, the group has nicknames such as concept idol, horror idol, fantasy idol, etc. All members are 180cm tall, so they are called tall-idol, hot body, and models. All the members have the ability to write and compose songs.Since they've been together for a long time, they know how to read each other's hearts. They're like the real brothers now. They were scattered because of moving to different agencies, individual activities, and military service. They are stage masters who has gathered for the first time in four years and boasts solid teamwork!Let's check out VIXX's music now~*Today's playlist1. Amnesia2. 저주인형 (VOODOO DOLL)3. 다이너마이트 (Dynamite)4. 도원경(Shangri-La)5. Error (Nive's Pick)6. love me do (Sam's Pick)
Join Ryan and Patrick in episode 25 of Trick Talkers - a podcast all about trick-takers, climbers, shedders and other card games! In this episode, they talk about Jekyll & Hyde vs Scotland Yard, The Academy, Wizards Cup, and Ito. Contact us: Discord - discord.gg/DBJzczy5km Email - email@example.com Linktree - https://linktr.ee/tricktalkers Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/tricktalkers Games/Topics discussed during the episode: (01:30) - Jekyll & Hyde vs Scotland Yard (17:42) - The Academy (34:44) - Wizards Cup (Candice's BGG Podcast, Challengers) (49:45) - Ito
Sherri's Playhouse Presents; The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde! Our story was adapted from The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde into a radio play by Everett Robert! It's based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. Editing and Special Effects by Jay Wall. This was recorded earlier. If you would like to help support our radio playhouse; https://www.patreon.com/rithebard
Chatting With Sherri welcomes the cast of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde written by Everett Robert! We get to chat with the cast of this classic tale, adapted into a radio play by Everett Robert! It's based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson! We talk about the plot, the characters and how the cast feels about this tale of identity and addiction. This episode was recorded earlier. If you would like to help support our radio playhouse; https://www.patreon.com/rithebard
Chris and Jim check in with some game reviews, the recent Coachella Valley call ups, Jekyll & Hyde Hockey, and the return of Ebs and Turbo. Buy your Seattle Kraken Fancast Merch today! www.seattlekrakenfancast.com Music provided by Avenue East https://open.spotify.com/artist/5SoHjKsBG5CCrmTrbato10 Trapper Robbins https://open.spotify.com/artist/60WJGTw4Jxox175oDVEm0z
A meteor shower with a Jekyll-and-Hyde personality should be at its best over the next few nights. This is one of its “Jekyll” years, though, so it'll be meek. At best, you might see 10 or so meteors per hour. The Leonid meteors are spawned by Comet Tempel/Tuttle 55. It was discovered in 1866, and it returns to the inner solar system once every 33 years or so. As it orbits the Sun, it sheds comet dust — small bits of rock and dirt. Earth flies through trails of this material every November. The debris rams into our atmosphere, vaporizing as the glowing streaks of light known as meteors. The shower shows its “Mr. Hyde” personality when the comet is closest to Earth, so the streams of particles are thickest. In 1866, for example, it produced up to a hundred thousand meteors per hour — the most spectacular meteor “storm” ever recorded. Now, though, Tempel/Tuttle is far away, so the shower is puny. It's expected to reach its peak tomorrow night. The best view comes in the hours before dawn, when your part of Earth turns most directly into the meteor stream. A second peak is possible on Monday night. The shower is named for Leo, because the meteors appear to “rain” into the atmosphere from that direction. But they can bolt across any part of the sky, so you don't have to look at Leo to see them. Find a dark, safe skywatching spot, bundle up against the chill, and watch the sky — for a meek showing of Leonid meteors. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
Today on Bold Steps with Pastor Mark Jobe … we'll learn how to face the issues that are holding us back. Nobody likes to be around a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. But why do we have such a hard time shaking our old man off? Our current series is called, When You Believe, Everything Changes, and Mark is going to show us why we can't keep living in the past and holding on to our old lives if we've become a new man in Christ. Today's message … from the book of Ephesians chapter 4 is titled, Putting on the New You.Support the show: https://www.moodyradio.org/programs/bold-steps-with-dr-mark-jobe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wolves are not shit Are Chelsea the most fun team right now? Jekyll and Hyde Teams Upcoming Transfer Ban Vote Neophyte Focus: N/A Music is 'We Back Baby' by DJ DENZ The Rooster Episode 153 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soccer-neophytes/support
Robert Louis Stevenson (born Robert Lewis Balfour Stevenson; 13 November 1850 – 3 December 1894) was a Scottish novelist, essayist, poet and travel writer. He is best known for works such as Treasure Island, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Kidnapped and A Child's Garden of Verses.Born and educated in Edinburgh, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial trouble for much of his life, but continued to write prolifically and travel widely in defiance of his poor health. As a young man, he mixed in London literary circles, receiving encouragement from Andrew Lang, Edmund Gosse, Leslie Stephen and W. E. Henley, the last of whom may have provided the model for Long John Silver in Treasure Island. In 1890, he settled in Samoa where, alarmed at increasing European and American influence in the South Sea islands, his writing turned away from romance and adventure fiction toward a darker realism. He died of a stroke in his island home in 1894 at age 44.A celebrity in his lifetime, Stevenson's critical reputation has fluctuated since his death, though today his works are held in general acclaim. In 2018, he was ranked, just behind Charles Dickens, as the 26th-most-translated author in the world.-bio via Wikipedia Get full access to The Daily Poem Podcast at dailypoempod.substack.com/subscribe
This week, Leigh and Lori team up to take on the 1886 Gothic novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. Leigh breaks down the plot while Lori guides us on a long-awaited journey into shadow work. B IS FOR BOO: A HALLOWEEN ALPHABET BY GREG PAPROCKI
In this episode of Strength In Numbers, Brandon Cadiz recaps the backend of their 7-game roadtrip, highlighted by a thrilling finish versus the Denver Nuggets. With Draymond Green and Gary Payton II unavailable against Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets, the rookies Trayce Jackson-Davis and Brandin Podziemski step into the rotation. Brandon discusses the impact Trayce Jackson-Davis had in the game, and why his minutes should continue to rise. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson had the opportunity to send the game into overtime, but ultimately Denver came out on top. Cadiz discusses the early season struggles of Andrew Wiggins, and whether the fan base is justified in panicing this early. Jonathan Kuminga has had a Jekyll and Hyde first-half vs. second-half performance in his last 4-games. Brandon explains why Kerr is letting JK play through mistakes more this season. Taking a look at the upcoming homestand, Warriors struggles with athletic bigs, the in-season tournament and much more!
237. Robocop: Rogue City / Jusant / Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde / Dungeons of Eternity Fred a toujours voulu incarner un policier robot et tirer des crottés dans les gosses. C'est génial car il a pu réaliser son rêve dans Robocop: Rogue City. Bruno lui voulait sa semaine un peu plus relax. Question de s'garocher dans l'vide pis grimper les sommets, il est allé faire de l'escalade dans Jusant. Dom passe ses grandes journées à vouloir rejoindre sa femme à l'autre bout d'la ville. Mais toutes les fois qu'la nuit tombe y s'transforme en bebitte. Pas facile Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Puis JF est complètement perdu dans le vr pour l'éternité à battre des beholders, des squelettes pis des goblins. Au moins y'est pas pire avec un arc pis une couple de flèches dans Dungeons of Eternity. Tout ça et bien plus dans ce 237e épisode! Bonne écoute!
Sam McKee of Leafs Talk and Real Kyper and Bourne joins Ben and Brent with more on Toronto's Jekyll and Hyde effort against Tampa Bay, and what he noticed from Tyler Bertuzzi and Max Domi's games as they continue to get acclimated to the lineup. NFL Insider Peter King joins the show at the conclusion of Week 9 in the NFL to chat about the Jets' blowout loss to the Chargers, Josh Dobbs starring in his Vikings debut, if the Bills are in danger of missing the playoffs if they don't win their division, CJ Stroud's historic performance against Tampa Bay, and how he assesses the Cowboys going forward after their loss to the Eagles (22:40). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
In an enjoyable BroadwayCon encounter this past summer, I found myself in the heart of all things Broadway, rubbing shoulders with the stars and hosting live interviews for the Broadway Podcast Network. While my conversation with Jelani Alladin about Frozen and Hercules was already shared in a previous episode, today we delve into my interview with the talented Broadway actress Sharon Catherine Brown. I had the pleasure of working with her on a new musical last year, and we dive into some of the other shows on her resume, with a primary focus on her role in Jekyll & Hyde. We'll also explore her contributions to iconic musicals like Dreamgirls and Caroline, Or Change, gaining valuable advice for aspiring performers along the way. Join me in this special episode recorded live at BroadwayCon 2023 for an insightful and entertaining conversation with the remarkable Sharon Catherine Brown. INTRO - What she looks for when auditioning for roles and shows STORY #1 - Tackling the demanding role of Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde STORY #2 - Playing such iconic characters as Dorothy in The Wiz and Effie in Dreamgirls STORY #3 - Why she never gives advice to others on how to make it to Broadway EXTRA - What it was like working with Andre Deshields Subscribe or Donate to WINMI Producing this podcast is a rewarding experience, but it's also costly and time-consuming as I'm essentially a one-man operation. By subscribing you'll be supporting these podcasting efforts, and have access to extended conversations and other bonus content. Whether you subscribe or donate, your financial support of this podcast is greatly appreciated! Subscribe to get early access to full episodes and bonus content Make a one-time Donation to support transcripts and podcast production If you'd like to support WINMI but have limited funds to do so, then contact me directly for reduced-price or even free access to the bonus content. Follow WINMI: Website | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube ---------- Why I'll Never Make It is an award-winning, Top Theater Podcast with actor and singer Patrick Oliver Jones and is a production of WINMI Media. Background music is by John Bartmann and Blue Dot Sessions is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A new candidate for the Midnight Society, insufferable San Francisco hipster Robert Louis Stevenson, attempts to impress the Pals with the story of Henry Jekyll, a Victorian psychiatrist. On the steamship home from a business trip, Jekyll's seemingly chance meeting with a certain Edward Hyde will change his perception of reality forever. In a twist so unexpected that nobody even knows it's a twist, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde turn out to be the same person! An adrenaline-fueled social satire of mischief, mayhem and soup.Content notes: swearing, discussion of colonialism and colonial violence, mention of death, murder and cannibalism, guns, explosions, themes of mental illness and dissociative identity. CAST Edgar Allan Poe — RODRIGO BORGES Mary Shelley — REBECCA D'SOUZA Clive Barker — SISTER INDICA HP Lovecraft — ROBIN JOHNSON Dean Koontz — WREN MONTGOMERY Stephen King — JASON ROBINSON with Robert Louis Stevenson — DEXTER HOWARD Dr Jekyll — KARIM KRONFLI Mr Hyde — SEAN BABAPULLE The Major — DAVID COURT Poole — DAISY MCNAMARA Constable — CANAVAN CONNOLLY Resurrection Man — BRAD BARNES Fanny Osbourne — SENI RIVERA Script by Robin Johnson, edited by Bitter Karella, based (very) loosely on The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1886) by Robert Louis Stevenson. Production and music by Robin Johnson. The sensitivity reader was Rebecca D'Souza, and Daisy McNamara was an audio consultant.Stevenson's original novella is in the public domain, and can be found on Project Gutenberg at https://gutenberg.org/ebooks/43A transcript of this episode can be found at https://midnight-pals.simplecast.com/episodes/s01e02-the-tale-of-dr-jekyll-and-mr-hyde/transcriptThe Midnight Pals is the creation of Bitter Karella ©Subscribe to Submitted for the Approval of the Midnight Pals on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Cast, or wherever you find podcasts. For more information, see https://midnightpals.com
Thirteen years after starring in Victor/Victoria across cinemas nationwide, Julie Andrews made a triumphant return to Broadway in this highly anticipated stage adaptation, directed by her husband Blake Edwards. Playing a female singer masquerading as a man pretending to be a woman, Andrews ended a 33-year hiatus with the show's opening at the Marquis Theatre. In this emotional episode, experience Andrews' heartfelt opening night of joy as she was joined by a stellar cast of 32 performers. They included Broadway veterans like Tony Roberts, Rachel York, and Gregory Jbara The show featured both original film tunes and new compositions by Henry Mancini and Leslie Bricusse, with some help by Frank Wildhorn. Despite setbacks, including changes to the creative team, the untimely death of a composer, critical reviews, and internal squabbles, Victor/Victoria signified a remarkable comeback for Julie Andrews. Join us as we delve into the journey from movie musical to Broadway spectacle, exploring the highs and lows that made Victor/Victoria a memorable chapter in Broadway history. Follow on Instagram and listen to Closing Night on your favorite podcast app. --- Closing Night is a production of WINMI Media with Patrick Oliver Jones as host and executive producer. Dan Delgado is the editor and co-producer, not only for this podcast but also for his own movie podcast called The Industry. Maria Clara Ribeiro is co-producer, and a big thank you goes to E. Clay Cornelious for sharing his experiences with the short-lived Jekyll & Hyde revival and its cast and creatives. Click here to find the transcript for this episode and a full list of links and resources used. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is a very poignant description of somebody who cares deeply about people, the Word of God, and what God wants for him. This is the person who desires to obey God's laws, but is disappointed with himself, because in spite of what he desires he is pulled and pushed away from what he wants to do into the very thing he hates. It is the personal conflict of a soul in turmoil. The struggle is real. It is so intense and so strong that it dominates the life of Paul, and it dominates our lives also. You're probably familiar with the classic story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Dr. Jekyll creates a potion in an attempt to separate himself from his dark and evil side which becomes Mr. Hyde. Dr Jeykll is kind and has many friends, but Mr. Hyde is evil and cruel. Two very different personas living inside one person. Have you ever said to yourself, “I can't believe I did that! Why did I say that…again!” It's like this little dark closet that exists within your heart and at times the beast inside reveals itself rather abruptly. Just as quickly it goes back into the darkness and closes the door…until next time. Romans chapter 7 explains how that beast enters your life. It might surprise you to know that Paul makes this admission at least 20 years after being a Christian, sharing the gospel and planting churches. The more Paul studies his Bible the more he sees the contradiction in his life. The law brings recognition of the magnitude of sin. Sin has consequences far beyond what we first realize. As I get older I realize this truth more and more. Sins I committed in the past have their effect on me to this day. That's the weight of it. Alternatively, I'm more aware of my need for God's grace daily and am thankful for it. Once you recognize what fuels the beast you can begin to defeat it. The end of chapter 7 makes you want to quickly turn the page to chapter 8 becasue it's there we are told how to win the victory, but first comes the struggle.
Zvláštní věc – na zasedání Rady Evropské unie na konci října maďarský premiér Viktor Orbán a čerstvý slovenský premiér Robert Fico podpořili finanční, hospodářskou, humanitární, vojenskou a diplomatickou podporu Ukrajině tak dlouho, jak dlouho si to bude přát její lid. Proč tato zdánlivá samozřejmost vypadá tak zvláštně?
Gia and Keisha are back. With a lot of ground to cover. But first, a heartfelt wish that Matthew Perry and Tyler Christopher are resting peacefully now. Back in Port Charles, Michael can't seem to decide if he's Jekyll or Hyde. Either way, he loses. Cyrus, on the other hand, is all Hyde. And Charlotte? It's not looking good. But Leo! Leo is all sweetness and light and brings out the best in everyone. And Scotty is always good for a laugh. A shame about his pen. Much more to come next week. #mauricebenard #kellythiebaud #maurawest #delirious #tshirtgiveaway #barshampoo #daydrinkingwithsethmeyers #hillstreetblues #kinshriner #saveava #nicholaschavez #savediane #stonewallkitchen #hallandoates #superstore #freaksandgeeks #waitingonafriend #memyselfi #freefallin #alanarkin #whosgonnarideyourwildhorses #maneater #whippingpost #colonoscopy #takethenap #alleymills #billylibby #chickadee #fortgorgeous #robertgossett #daydrinkingwithsethandlizzo #marcuscoloma #useastaplegun #riptwitch #ripepiphany #ripsonyaeddy #waywardchickadee #barshampoo #ripmiffy #lovedogs #justinebateman #brookeshields #neilgaiman #dnice #cq #deborahcox #malcolmjamalwarner #lume #ripjacklynzeman #jasonmomoa #adambelanoff #thecloser #majorcrimes #wings #murphybrown #thecosbyshow #pinkalicious #ripbillymiller #ripmatthewperry #riptylerchristopher
Elizabeth recaps the ending of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. Try The Sleepy Bookshelf Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepybookshelf.supercast.com/. Are you loving The Sleepy Bookshelf? Show your support by giving us a review on Apple Podcasts. Follow the show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Vote on upcoming books via the Survey on our website: https://sleepybookshelf.com. Listen to the music from The Sleepy Bookshelf in a relaxing soundscape on Deep Sleep Sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxRt2AI7f80 Having an issue with The Sleepy Bookshelf or have a question for us? Check out our FAQs. Connect: Twitter - Instagram - Facebook Thank you so much for joining us here at The Sleepy Bookshelf. Now, let's open our book for this evening. Sweet dreams
Tonight, Elizabeth continues reading Chapter 10 of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. Try The Sleepy Bookshelf Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepybookshelf.supercast.com/. Are you loving The Sleepy Bookshelf? Show your support by giving us a review on Apple Podcasts. Follow the show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Vote on upcoming books via the Survey on our website: https://sleepybookshelf.com. Listen to the music from The Sleepy Bookshelf in a relaxing soundscape on Deep Sleep Sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxRt2AI7f80 Having an issue with The Sleepy Bookshelf or have a question for us? Check out our FAQs. Connect: Twitter - Instagram - Facebook Thank you so much for joining us here at The Sleepy Bookshelf. Now, let's open our book for this evening. Sweet dreams
It's Halloween week, and time to confess that I'm strangely attracted to Gothic horror stories and creepy "romance," especially the many interpretations of the fascinating classic 19th century novella Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Each filmmaker and writer present different themes in their Jekyll and Hyde adaptations, from gender and sexual politics, personal ethics and morality, to abusive patriarchal structures and class and power inequities. The original story featured only men, but that hasn't stopped many modern adaptations of the story from featuring women as a romantic plot point and catalyst for Mr. Hyde's deeply disturbing and scary nuances.CW: brief scenes and mentions of physical, sexual and psychological abusehttps://www.confessionsofaclosetromantic.comChat with me on Threads: poppy_confessesRecognizing domestic violence and abuse is the first step.Do you recognize the signs of dating violence and abuse?Spark Notes has the full text of the novella and explorations of its themes and motifs."A strange story of mystery and adventure, love and laughter" says the trailer for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941). I haven't laughed once in all the times I've watched this movie, but there's plenty of mystery, suspense and spookiness.Here's the "cheap little dreams" scene from the 1941 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde movie. Spencer Tracy is seriously creepy-evil and poor Ingrid had tried to get away from his abuse for weeks and months."...[Stevenson] did not wish to have the allegory rigidly defined. 'Everything is true,' he told Sidney Colvin, 'only the opposite is true too; you must believe both equally or be damned." Fascinating look at the many interpretations and adaptations of the Jekyll and Hyde story.This scene from Mary Reilly represents the undercurrent of class, intimacy, sexuality, passion and veiled threat that this version brings to the story. Honestly Malkovich is terrifying but Julia Roberts is unflappable as Mary.Support the showIf you enjoyed this episode, please click share in your podcast app and tell your friends! Thanks for listening!
For the fourth week of our horror film series, we're looking at another collaboration between masters of horror George A. Romero and Stephen King, The Dark Half. This film explores the Jekyll and Hyde story through a seemingly mild-mannered writer and his dark side (Timothy Hutton in a dual role), an unborn twin who takes form to wreak vengeance on those who have tried to silence him. We discuss the excellent screenplay, faithfully adapted by George Romero from Stephen King's novel; Hutton's nuanced portrayal of both Thad and George; Michael Rooker's definitive performance as Sheriff Alan Pangborn; the sparrow swarm special effects; connections to Hitchcock's The Birds; whether Amy Madigan could have single-handedly taken out George Stark; and Stephen King's own alter ego Richard Bachman. Bring your evil twin to our Halloween party and give us a listen!
Tonight, Elizabeth reads Chapters 9-10 of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. Try The Sleepy Bookshelf Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepybookshelf.supercast.com/. Are you loving The Sleepy Bookshelf? Show your support by giving us a review on Apple Podcasts. Follow the show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Vote on upcoming books via the Survey on our website: https://sleepybookshelf.com. Listen to the music from The Sleepy Bookshelf in a relaxing soundscape on Deep Sleep Sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxRt2AI7f80 Having an issue with The Sleepy Bookshelf or have a question for us? Check out our FAQs. Connect: Twitter - Instagram - Facebook Thank you so much for joining us here at The Sleepy Bookshelf. Now, let's open our book for this evening. Sweet dreams
This week on The Learning Curve, guest co-hosts Charlie Chieppo and Alisha Searcy interview Leslie Klinger, annotator of the Sherlock Holmes stories. Mr. Klinger discusses Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; the creation of the Sherlock Holmes character; Holmes' relationships with Dr. Watson, Irene Adler, and Professor Moriarty; and famous Holmes cases. He also explores Edgar Allan Poe's influence on the detective genre, as well as the timeless significance of 19th-century horror stories such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in popular culture. In closing, Mr. Klinger reads a passage from his annotated Sherlock Holmes stories.
Buy a tee! https://www.10percenttrue.com/product-page/magnum-classic-teeSupport me with a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/10percenttrue Discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/9vJ3hPYFQh0:00 intro1:16 Bodo - why F-15s were there6:20 intercepting Bear/Badger/Coot without a radar lock and why12:05 interesting intercepts 15:55 Naval Badgers a different challenge 16:44 “KGB Coot”18:00 Velocity Search vs TWS?20:10 SIGINT 25:25 levels of “co-operation” of the intercepted 31:25 no IRST, no loss?38:00 continued but a hostile witness!45:35 HOBS and associated tactics 54:40 MATRA story1:01:10 “Eagle Eye”1:10:15 defensive shortcomings1:15:20 Light Grey Aloofness/Ego-jet/Stratification of the community 1:35:05 AMRAAM the great equaliser1:38:30 to share the secrets of employment or not?1:45:15 Jekyll & Hyde?1:48:10 loose ends and YT comments questions including VMAX, can you trust the books? 2:04:00 callsign storySupport the show
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Monday (pt 1 of 2) On today's Big Show, Clyde the Camel's surprising history with Dr. Jekyll.. - The Mayor of Dismal Seepage tells us about his latest idea to bring in the tourists. - Cadbury goes Trick or Treating with John Boy.. - Carl Childers checks in from the nervous hospital to explain Halloween Monsters.. - Plus more Spooky Fun with the Crock Stalker, Rev. Billy Ray and Mr. Rhubarb!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Monday (pt 2 of 2) On today's Big Show, Clyde the Camel's surprising history with Dr. Jekyll.. - The Mayor of Dismal Seepage tells us about his latest idea to bring in the tourists. - Cadbury goes Trick or Treating with John Boy.. - Carl Childers checks in from the nervous hospital to explain Halloween Monsters.. - Plus more Spooky Fun with the Crock Stalker, Rev. Billy Ray and Mr. Rhubarb!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight, Elizabeth reads Chapters 7-8 of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. Try The Sleepy Bookshelf Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepybookshelf.supercast.com/. Are you loving The Sleepy Bookshelf? Show your support by giving us a review on Apple Podcasts. Follow the show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Vote on upcoming books via the Survey on our website: https://sleepybookshelf.com. Listen to the music from The Sleepy Bookshelf in a relaxing soundscape on Deep Sleep Sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxRt2AI7f80 Having an issue with The Sleepy Bookshelf or have a question for us? Check out our FAQs. Connect: Twitter - Instagram - Facebook Thank you so much for joining us here at The Sleepy Bookshelf. Now, let's open our book for this evening. Sweet dreams
We continue with Monsters on the Air, our series of monster-themed episodes to celebrate the Halloween season! Our third installment features "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" from NBC Presents: Short Story! This adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's iconic novella features Victorian chemist Henry Jekyll, whose experiments transform him into a murderous new persona. Soon the compulsion to return to this dark side leads to blood in the streets and chaos in Jekyll's own home. How similar is this radio version to the original? What metaphors and themes does this adaptation choose for its focus? What popular band from the 80s will be inevitably referenced in the post-episode discussion? Listen for yourself and find out! Then vote and let us know what you think!
The last part of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. This Halloween, I will be reading the classic mystery story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. I will be releasing the book in its entirety over the build-up to Halloween on Mysteries at Midnight, with two episodes being released each week. So, dim the lights and enjoy this spooky story. Please leave a 5-star review & SUBSCRIBE on Apple and Spotify. Sleep Cove Premium Become a Premium Member for Bonus Episodes & Ad-Free listening: Visit https://www.sleepcove.com/support and become a Premium Member. Get Instant Access and sign-up in two taps. The Sleep Cove Premium Feed includes: - Access to over 200 Ad-free Episodes - Regular Exclusive Bonus Episodes - A Back Catalogue of Dozens of Exclusive Episodes - Full Audiobooks like Alice in Wonderland - Your name read out on the Show - Our Love! Get your 7-day free trial: https://sleepcove.com/support For Apple users, click the TRY FREE button for a 2-week free trial and become a Premium Member Today. Support our Sponsors: This episode of Sleep Cove is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/sleepcove and get on your way to being your best self. Our Sister Shows: - Calm Cove - https://link.chtbl.com/bgSKfkbt - Relaxing Music & Ambient Sounds - Mysteries at Midnight - Mystery Bedtime Stories - https://link.chtbl.com/skj6YFah - Let's Begin - Daytime Meditations with wake sections at the end - https://link.chtbl.com/Z--DgSH4 - YouTube Bedtime Story Channel - https://rb.gy/t7wyjk - YouTube Sleep Hypnosis & Meditation Channel : https://tinyurl.com/4v2r9svu Connect: - Facebook: https://rb.gy/azpdrd - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sleep_cove/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sleepcovechris - Join the Newsletter for a Bonus Meditation - https://www.sleepcove.com/bonus Recommended Products: Comfortable Sleep Headphones - https://www.sleepcove.com/headphones The Best Mattress from Puffy: https://sleepcove.com/puffy Our Sister Shows in more detail: Calm Cove is our music channel, where you can find Relaxing Music, White Noise and Nature Sounds - https://link.chtbl.com/bgSKfkbt Let's Begin is our brand new Day Meditation podcast. Start your day feeling relaxed and positive, or take some time out to unwind with these calming meditations with wakeners at the end so that you can continue your day. If you love our bedtime stories, check out Mysteries at Midnight, our brand-new podcast dedicated to the mystery stories our listeners love so much. Enjoy even more from Poirot, Sherlock and more classic mystery tales. _______________ All Content by Sleep Cove is for educational or entertainment purposes and does not provide or replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your medical professional before making any changes to your treatment and if in any doubt, contact your doctor. Please listen in a place where you can safely go to sleep. Sleep Cove is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage or injury arising from the use of this content. _________________ Sleep Cove content includes guided sleep meditations, sleep hypnosis (hypnotherapy), sleep stories (visualizations) and Bedtime Stories for adults and grown-ups, all designed to help you get a great night's sleep
The Packers return home for the first time in over a month and they're on the heels following a three game losing streak, including an embarrassing loss to the Broncos. Kris and Lindsay take one last look through covered eyes at last week's loss before turning their attention to Minnesota. The Packers better hope they get the right side of the Jekyll and Hyde Vikings in order to keep their season afloat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's not so much a hat-trick of amazing guests on this week's Empire Podcast, more a hat-treat as our bumper-sized Halloween edition brings you, tucked away at the episode's end (should you wish to skip there immediately), Ben Travis' warm and wonderful chat with Greta Gerwig, director of the year's biggest movie, Barbie, just in time to mark its release on home entertainment. Plus, Alex Godfrey catches up with Matt Johnson, director of the brilliant Blackberry, and Chris Hewitt talks Hammer and breaking into Pinewood Studios (hopefully not with a hammer) with the newly-revived studio's first title star, Eddie Izzard, star of Doctor Jekyll. Then, in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and John Nugent for a spooktacular episode in which they reveal their greatest horror movie set visit experiences, talk about their ultimate monster mashes, discuss the week's movie news, and review David Fincher's The Killer, Five Nights At Freddy's, Liam Neeson's Retribution, and Cat Person. Enjoy!TIMESTAMPS! (all approx.)Eddie Izzard: 28:39.00 - 45:12.00Matt Johnson: 1:05:28.00 - 1:25:07.00Greta Gerwig: 1:46:55.00 - 2:04:56.00
In a special episode of the Film Stories podcast, Simon is chatting to director Joe Stephenson, and actor/producer Scott Chambers. It turns into quite a chat, only temporarily interrupted by a cup of coffee.Stephenson is the director of Doctor Jekyll, in which Chambers co-stars with Eddie Izzard. He talks about trying to get a sub-£1m film moving in the UK, and how it ended up getting a posh London premiere. He chats too about films such as Chicken and McKellen: Playing The Part.Scott Chambers chats too about his acting work in the film, but also we dig into his own secret identity, as the producer of over 100 low budget films such as Jurassic Island, Crocodile Vengeance and Darker Shades Of Elise.... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tonight, Elizabeth reads Chapters 3-6 of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. Try The Sleepy Bookshelf Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepybookshelf.supercast.com/. Are you loving The Sleepy Bookshelf? Show your support by giving us a review on Apple Podcasts. Follow the show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Vote on upcoming books via the Survey on our website: https://sleepybookshelf.com. Listen to the music from The Sleepy Bookshelf in a relaxing soundscape on Deep Sleep Sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxRt2AI7f80 Having an issue with The Sleepy Bookshelf or have a question for us? Check out our FAQs. Connect: Twitter - Instagram - Facebook Thank you so much for joining us here at The Sleepy Bookshelf. Now, let's open our book for this evening. Sweet dreams
Fear the 'Fro celebrates the first victory of season, as Donovan Mitchell snatched a win from the jaws of near certain defeat. Max Strus makes history in his debut reigning in 27 points and amassing 12 rebounds, and Isaac Okoro starts the 2024 campaign with the kind of performance that is going to cost us a lot of money. WIN ONE IN THE BOOKS. (0:00) Grifting has consequences (3:34) The Musical Intro(4:48) Donovan erupts to save the game, was the last play a charge?(9:04) Max Strus makes history(12:43) Okoro puts a monster game together on both ends(15:05) Garland's Jekyll & Hyde Game (16:41) Simmons outshined by Cam Thomas
For this special Halloween edition, Cassandra shares the terrifying tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde! This is part one. You can find the classic original, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, at this link: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/43/43-h/43-h.htm#chap02 Thank you for listening and please tell your friends who love classic horror! Happy Halloween!
Them Dawgs are fresh off the bye weekend and hopefully getting healthier every day because we will need all hands on deck for the Cocktail Party. That's right, the biggest game every year is finally here and it just feels right. The coast is calling those loyal Dawg fans to make the annual pilgrimage down to St. Simons, Jekyll, and ultimately, the armpit that is Jacksonville, Florida. We love everything about this weekend, including loving to hate the Florida Gators with a passion. This game is HUGE for the Dawgs as we head into our November gauntlet. Let's break them. GO DAWGS! Beat the Gators! Follow here for updates: Instagram: @callingthedawgspodFacebook: Calling the Dawgs PodcastYoutube: Calling the Dawgs
Tuesday (pt 1 of 2) On today's Big Show, Tater has a brand new list for What To Watch.. - JD's has their annual Halloween Sale.. - We run down the latest edition of Dumb Crooks News.. - Mark Packer fills us in on all things crazy College Sports.. - and Clyde the Camel stars in the little know story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Clyde! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tuesday (pt 2 of 2) On today's Big Show, Tater has a brand new list for What To Watch.. - JD's has their annual Halloween Sale.. - We run down the latest edition of Dumb Crooks News.. - Mark Packer fills us in on all things crazy College Sports.. - and Clyde the Camel stars in the little know story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Clyde! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode, Marissa chats with S.H. Cotugno about their YA graphic novel, THE GLASS SCIENTISTS, based on the popular webcomic of the same name, inspired by the classic Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde story. Also discussed: collaborating with others and how to leave space for other people's creativity, the relatability of Jekyll and Hyde and the feeling of not fitting into specific categories, the appeal of Victorian settings, the accessibility and evolution of webcomics and transitioning the content to a graphic novel, creating a large cast of characters and keeping track of them, the comic sans technique (brilliant!), the difficulty in avoiding reviews, and so much more.The Happy Writer at Bookshop.org Purchasing your books through our webstore at Bookshop.org supports independent bookstores. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Find out more and follow The Happy Writer on social media: https://www.marissameyer.com/podcast/
From playing Jean Valjean in “Les Misérables” to working with some of the best orchestras in the world, Nathaniel Hackmann has etched his mark as a versatile artist. Nate grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona, doing community theater at a very young age which eventually led to his love for theatre and performing arts. He talks about his initial goal of becoming the youngest baritone to make his debut at the Metropolitan Opera and life lessons along the way that made him realize the music theater community and the people who work in music theater are his tribe. Nate looks back on his turning point which came when he auditioned for the NETwork's Beauty and the Beast National Tour in 2010. Currently playing as Biff Tannen in the production of Broadway's “Back to the Future”, he reveals his in-depth knowledge of the film, its production history and the challenges it faced, and his starstruck moment with Huey Lewis. Nate reflects on his motivations as an artist, emphasizing service, community, and spreading joy, and why young artists should find their voice and what motivates them. Nathaniel Hackmann is an incredibly versatile actor who has held many roles alongside many of the world's greatest orchestras. He's played both Jean Valjean and Javert in “Les Misérables” on Broadway in addition to iconic roles like Jekyll and Hyde and Hunchback of Notre Dame for the internationally televised BBC Proms at Royal Albert Hall. He was Curly with the John Wilson Orchestra in the acclaimed production of “Oklahoma!”. He's also an opera singer, and an alumnus of the prestigious Merola Opera Program in the San Francisco Opera and has performed with the Virginia Opera, Michigan Opera, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, San Francisco, Lyric Opera, and many others. On the concert stage, he appeared with the John Wilson Orchestra, Sinfonia of London, Hong Kong Symphony, San Francisco Opera Orchestra, and Springfield Symphony. He can now be seen as Biff Tannen in the current production of Broadway's “Back to the Future”. Connect with Nathaniel: Instagram: @n8hackmann TikTok: @nathanielhackmann Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast YouTube: YouTube.com/TheTheatrePodcast Threads, Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tonight, Elizabeth reads Chapters 1-2 of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. Try The Sleepy Bookshelf Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepybookshelf.supercast.com/. Are you loving The Sleepy Bookshelf? Show your support by giving us a review on Apple Podcasts. Follow the show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Vote on upcoming books via the Survey on our website: https://sleepybookshelf.com. Listen to the music from The Sleepy Bookshelf in a relaxing soundscape on Deep Sleep Sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxRt2AI7f80 Having an issue with The Sleepy Bookshelf or have a question for us? Check out our FAQs. Connect: Twitter - Instagram - Facebook Thank you so much for joining us here at The Sleepy Bookshelf. Now, let's open our book for this evening. Sweet dreams
Elizabeth previews the next season: "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. To enjoy this season and our entire bookshelf ad-free, try The Sleepy Bookshelf Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepybookshelf.supercast.com/
Time to celebrate (and modulate) this year's spooky season with an episode on the gothic pop musical sensation JEKYLL & HYDE. Not only is this listener request's road to Broadway an epic journey, so is our guest's relationship to it. Rebecca Spencer originated the role of Lisa (Emma) Carew in the world premiere of JEKYLL & HYDE in 1990 only then to find herself coming full circle with the show on Broadway in 1997. Becky grew up both literally and figuratively with this musical and possesses one of the most infectious laughs in the business, so this week you're in store for much more treat than trick! Explore Becky's extensive photo gallery, listen to her albums, and so much more by visiting her website www.rebeccaspencer.com And check out the promo for her upcoming November concert celebrating the lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman. Remember the best way to support "A Musical Theatre Podcast" is by giving us a nice review and rating wherever you're listening! Be sure to check us out on Instagram, TikTok, and X for more great Becky stories we couldn't fit into our regular episode. You can also subscribe to PATREON! where for only $1 a month you'll receive bonus episodes made exclusively for you. Don't forget about our TeePublic Store where profits we receive will be donated to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Most of all, thank you for being part of this beautiful podcasting community! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices