March 17-23, 1990 This week Ken welcomes co-host, co-creator, editor, and producer of the podcasts Book Vs. Movie, Dorking Out, Not Fade Away, and What a Creep, the Brooklyn Fit Chick and author of the new book "Filmed in Brooklyn" Margo Donohue. Ken and Margo discuss doing it the best you can, how 1990 is Ken's favorite year, going to college in the Bay Area, banning Captain Underpants, two Margos, parents being very upset about Bart Simpson's sass, life in a Pre-Simpsons world, being conscripted into working at the Mall in Cali, NY vs CA pizza, Margo's book on Brooklyn, moving to Park Slope, shows shot in NYC, Brooklyn Bridge, heist movies, The Hot Rock, Criterion Channel, making sure you have your favorite movies on Physical media, the Providence/Boston/NY Maffia, buying Jesus Statues, thirtysomething, replacing cigarette ads with prescription rx ads, Midnight Caller, the greatness of Greg Proops, MTV's Remote Control, The Real World, how Kevin Powell was right all along, Mere Winningham, Martin Short Goes Hollywood, Miracle Mile, Anthony Edwards, Valerie Harper vs. The Hogan Family, Frankenhooker, Who's the Boss?, Murphy Brown, doing the homework, Unsolved Mysteries, Night Court, the greatness of China Beach, Ken's love of Grand, LA Law, Craig Bierko, Valerie Bertonelli, missing John Candy, after school specials with an REM soundtrack, developing actual film, John Waters on 21 Jump St., Julia Duffy, Seein' Double, being inappropriately angry at Robert Mitchum, The Wizard of Oz, and how much people hate starring in a movie with Judy Garland as the star.
ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. On this episode of Too Opinionated, we continue with our interviews with the cast of the hit audio drama The Last Saturday Night by visiting with actor Eric Roberts, joined by his wife, actress Eliza Roberts. Eric is an Academy Award nominee for his role in Runaway Train, and a three-time Golden Globe nominee for Runaway Train, Star 80, and King of the Gypsies. He is also known for his roles in Best of the Best, Lovelace, The Cable Guy, The Pope of Greenwich Village, Greys Anatomy, Doctor Who, Justice League and The Righteous Gemstones. Eliza is known for her work on Animal House, Dr. Who, Lois and Clark, and Midnight Caller. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash. An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Tender Mercies" (1983) is about a former successful musician named Mac Sledge (Robert Duvall) who lost everything good in his life due to alcohol. When the film opens, he and a friend are staying in a motel, getting drunk and fighting while the proprietor, Rosa Lee (Tess Harper), and her young son, Carl (known as Sonny, played by Allan Hubbard), watch from their porch. When the friend skips out before paying the bill the next day, Mac offers to work for Rosa Lee in order to compensate for the room. She agrees, but tells him that he can't drink while he's working there. Thus begins Mac's slow streak of improving his life. He sticks with sobriety, marries Rosa Lee, and starts writing music again. It's the kind of movie that's not really plot-driven … more slice of life, at arm's length, character study about Mac's quiet redemption. Other highlights are Betty Buckley, who plays Mac's successful country star ex-wife, Dixie, and Ellen Barkin as Mac's estranged teen daughter, Sue Ann. The screenplay is written by Horton Foote, who won the best adapted screenplay Oscar for “To Kill a Mockingbird” in 1962. He also won a best original screenplay Oscar for “Tender Mercies” in 1983 and has a Pulitzer Prize for drama for his play, “The Young Man From Atlanta” and an Emmy for a TV adaptation of William Faulkner's “Old Man.” The director, Bruce Beresford (who we completely forgot to mention by name — sorry, Bruce), is probably best known for “Driving Miss Daisy” (1989), although my personal favorite film of his is “Double Jeopardy” (1999). Here are some things we mentioned during the episode and/or that we think you should check out: Norman K. Denzin's article in The Sociological Quarterly that provides a feminist close-reading of the film. Unfortunately, you need access to JSTOR to read it, but if you email me (firstname.lastname@example.org), I can send you a copy. 1991 Robert Duvall interview on "Later with Bob Costas" 2002 Horton Foote interview at the Austin Film Festival Tess Harper presenting an award to Bruce Beresford at the 2010 Woodstock Film Festival Some interesting trivia: Duvall's only Oscar is for this film. He had been nominated for the following films (but did not win): “The Godfather” (1972), “Apocalypse Now” (1979), “The Great Santini” (1979), “The Apostle” (1997), “A Civil Action” (1998), and “The Judge” (2014). Duvall's contract stipulated that all of the songs had to be sung by him. “Over You,” the song Dixie performs at the Opry, was also nominated for an Oscar. Duvall wrote two of Mac's songs, "Fool's Waltz" and "I've Decided to Leave Here Forever.” Others were country classics and not written for the film. Universal Studio lost faith in the film after it performed poorly at test screenings. They also sort of ignored Willie Nelson's offers to promote the film. David Lynch was a contender for director at one point. Can you imagine this film with him at the helm? Actually, it probably would have been like “The Straight Story" (1999). The film was selected to screen in competition for the prestigious Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1983. Robert Duvall made his official cinema movie debut as Arthur "Boo" Radley in “To Kill a Mockingbird” (1962), whose screenplay was written by Horton Foote. Horton Foote and Duvall worked together on five projects: “TKAM,” William Faulkner's “Tomorrow” (1972), “Tender Mercies,” “The Midnight Caller” (play, 1958 debut), and “The Chase” (1966, based on his 1956 novel). Tess Harper and Bruce Beresford worked together on three films: “Tender Mercies,” “Crime of the Heart” (1986), and “Alibi” (1989). Jeannine Oppewall was hired as art director. Beresford praised her as "absolutely brilliant," especially for her attention to very small details, "going from the curtains to the color of the quilts on the floors." It was Oppewall who named the motel Mariposa, Spanish for "butterfly," which symbolizes the spiritual resurrection Mac Sledge would experience there. Oppewall has four academy award nominations for best art direction: "Seabiscuit" (2003), "LA Confidential" (1997), "Pleasantville" (1998), and "The Good Shepherd" (2006).
Today on Too Opinionated, we continue with our interviews with the cast of the hit audio drama The Last Saturday Night by visiting with actor Eric Roberts. Eric is joined by his wife, actress Eliza Roberts. Eric is an Academy Award nominee for his role in Runaway Train, and a three-time Golden Globe nominee for Runaway Train, Star 80, and King of the Gypsies. He is also known for his roles in Best of the Best, Lovelace, The Cable Guy, The Pope of Greenwich Village, Greys Anatomy, Doctor Who, Justice League and The Righteous Gemstones. Eliza is known for her work on Animal House, Dr. Who, Lois and Clark, and Midnight Caller. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe)Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Listen to The Last Saturday Night: https://electracast.com/podcast/the-last-saturday-night/
South City Church of Little Rock- Sermons
This channel is an archive of all the sermons preached at South City Church of Little Rock.
South City Church of Little Rock- Sermons
This channel is an archive of all the sermons preached at South City Church of Little Rock.
This guest podcast is a compelling MMA Podcast with a smattering of social commentary, ramblings & colorful anecdotes from your host's life. This week: mostly personal ramblings & storytelling, some takes on the Depp vs Heard trial, gun violence in America, & near the end some UFC Vegas 56 & UFC 275 banter. "It's a crazy blacked out 2 weeks...but we're here to explain..." - Eugene S. Robinson 6.5.2022 Your talented guest host, Eugene S. Robinson, author of the ‘Eugene S. Robinson Substack', the fight book: “Fight: Everything You Wanted to Know About Ass-Kicking but Were Afraid You'd Get Your Ass Kicked for Asking”, as well as the "Long Slow Screw", eclectic host of the ‘Eugene S. Robinson Show Stomper!' Podcast of course, and co-host of the ‘If The Shoes Fit' socio-political podcast. He is also a recurring guest of the ‘Crooklyn's Corner' Podcast, the host and demonstrator on the ‘JJB! - Jiu Jitsu Breakdown!' show, as well as the wildly popular host of the former ‘Knuckle Up Podcast' (prior episodes can be found here in our BEP playlists. He grew up in New York City, where he first understood the surreal joy of a bloody nose obtained through fighting. The 6'1”, 235lb Robinson is a talented practicing Jiu Jitsu Artist, having studied boxing, Kenpo karate, Muay Thai, & wrestling. He has also worked in magazine publishing, film, and television. His most recent writing gig is part of his duties as the Assistant Vice President of Marketing Content for the web presence ‘WONGDOODY' on LinkedIn; while also routinely creating freelance pieces for The New York Times. Over the years he has written for publications including GQ, Revolver, Real Fighter, Gladiator, The Wire, Grappling Magazine, Vice Magazine, Hustler, Mac|Life, SF Weekly, LA Weekly, Corporate Computing, PC Gamer and Decibel, among many others. He has also been Editor-in-Chief of Code and EQ. Eugene is also the vocalist & front man for the alt metal band: OXBOW, a rock group-cum-fight club whose most recent album, Love's Holiday, will be released this yr with Ipecac Records. The band has achieved a substantial int'l cult following, still conducting European Tours. Some of his music is in the intro & outro of his ‘Show Stomper' pod ea wk & in the custom video of the show which airs on both his 'Stompville' fb pg; there's a 1 min snippet from Stigmata, which can be heard at the end of the pod, while the show scrolls his various social media pages & such. He was also a founding member of the band Whipping Boy prior to branching out into OXBOW & Buñuel. He has worked on many musical collaborations as well. His infrequent film/television wk has seen him appearing in Leonard Part 6 with Bill Cosby, NBC's Midnight Caller, ABC's King of Love, MTV's Liquid Television's Las Apassionadas, & commercials — most notably one directed by Gus Van Sant for Miller Genuine Draft. Above all else, he's the adoring, devoted father of four incredible young ladies, & an outstanding spouse to his lovely wife. They currently reside near the Stanford, California area, with an exciting future living off the coast of Spain. Subscribe to eugenesrobinson.substack.com, follow Eugene on twitter @EugeneSRobinson, on Insta @eugene.s.robinson. PAY here at his Patreon IF you wish: https://www.patreon.com/thestomper OR use email@example.com for PayPal, OR eugene-robinson-28 for CashApp, OR PlanetOxbow for Venmo. Give the live video broadcast of ‘The Show Stomper! Podcast' a “thumbs up”, subscribe on The Stomper YT pg every Sun at https://youtu.be/cLSdXBIGSow OR: Give the premium video production of the show a “like” & share on The Stomper's fb every Mon at: https://www.facebook.com/stompville/ OR: Listen to premium audio on his... Spotify, iTunes & Apple TV, iHeartRadio, OverCast, PlayerFM, TuneIn, Stitcher, blubrry or at Amazon Music. Video production, show distribution, original graphics & logos, via – June M. Williams: https://twitter.com/JuneMWilliams2, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This guest video podcast is basically a compelling MMA Podcast that touches on all aspects of the sport inside & outside the octagon with a smattering of social commentary & ramblings, with some colorful anecdotes from your host's life... "And the Cecil People's Award goes to..." -- Eugene S. Robinson 05/22/2022 Your talented guest host is none other than the astounding, Eugene S. Robinson, author of the ‘Eugene S. Robinson Substack', the fight book: “Fight: Everything You Wanted to Know About Ass-Kicking but Were Afraid You'd Get Your Ass Kicked for Asking”, host of the ‘Eugene S. Robinson Show Stomper!' Podcast of course, and co-host of the ‘If The Shoes Fit' Podcast. He is also a reoccurring guest of this ‘Crooklyn's Corner' Podcast, host and demonstrator on the ‘JJB! - Jiu Jitsu Breakdown!' show, as well as the wildly popular host of the former ‘Knuckle Up Podcast'. He grew up in New York City, where he first understood the surreal joy of a bloody nose obtained through fighting. The 6'1”, 235lb Robinson is a talented practicing Jiu Jitsu Artist, having studied boxing, Kenpo karate, Muay Thai, & wrestling. He has also worked in magazine publishing, film, and television. His most recent writing gig is part of his duties as the Assistant Vice President of Marketing Content for the web presence ‘WONGDOODY' on LinkedIn; while also routinely creating freelance pieces for The New York Times. Over the years he has written for publications including GQ, Revolver, Real Fighter, Gladiator, The Wire, Grappling Magazine, Vice Magazine, Hustler, Mac|Life, SF Weekly, LA Weekly, Corporate Computing, PC Gamer and Decibel, among many others. He has also been Editor-in-Chief of Code and EQ. Eugene is also the vocalist and front man for the alt metal band: OXBOW, a rock group-cum-fight club whose most recent album, Love's Holiday, will be released this year with Ipecac Records. The band has achieved a substantial international cult following and still conducts European Tours. Some of his music is in the intro and outro of his ‘Show Stomper' pod each week and in the custom video of the show which airs on both his Stompville fb page and every Wednesday on our own Bloody Elbow Presents podcast network as a Guest Pod; there is a one minute snippet from Stigmata, which can be heard at the end of the pod, while the show scrolls his various social media pages and such. He was also a founding member of the band, Whipping Boy prior to branching out into OXBOW, as well as Buñuel. His infrequent film and television work has seen him appearing in Leonard Part 6 with Bill Cosby, NBC's Midnight Caller, ABC's King of Love, MTV's Liquid Television's Las Apassionadas, and commercials — most notably one directed by Gus Van Sant for Miller Genuine Draft. As if all the above wasn't enough, above all else, he is the adoring, devoted father of four incredible ladies, and an outstanding spouse to his lovely wife. They currently reside near the Stanford, California area. ______________________________________ Subscribe to eugenesrobinson.substack.com, follow Eugene on twitter @EugeneSRobinson, on Insta @eugene.s.robinson, PAY here at his Patreon IF you wish: https://www.patreon.com/thestomper Give the LIVE VIDEO broadcast of ‘The Show Stomper! Podcast' a “thumbs up”, subscribe on The Stomper YT page every Sunday at: https://youtu.be/LwjUBWuPXco OR: Give the premium video production of the show a “like” and share on The Stomper's Facebook every Monday at: https://www.facebook.com/stompville/ OR: Listen to premium audio on his... * Spotify, iTunes & Apple TV, iHeartRadio, OverCast, PlayerFM, TuneIn:, Stitcher, blubrry or at Amazon Music. ________________________________________
Mitchell Laurance and his identical twin brother Matthew Laurance appear occasionally together, beginning when they were children in a margarine TV commercial which featured identical twins, and later in an episode of the TV series Cop Rock. Although Matthew was a performer on Saturday Night Live for its sixth season, Mitchell also appeared in uncredited roles on the show for a few seasons (1977–80) and was an associate director and producer for the show.Mitchell appeared on Not Necessarily the News during the 1980s. Other recurring roles were on the TV series, including the very short-lived series Roxie (1987; most of the episodes were unaired), L.A. Law (1987−88), Reasonable Doubts (1992–93), Matlock (1988−95), and Dawson's Creek. Guest roles have ranged from Laverne & Shirley, CHiPs, The Outer Limits, One Tree Hill, Night Court, Prison Break, MacGyver, Beauty and the Beast, Midnight Caller, Empty Nest, and Jake and the Fatman. He was in the "Apollo One" episode of the mini-series From the Earth to the Moon (1998). In the early 1990s he performed the role of Ben Arnold on the soap opera Santa Barbara.He also has acted in feature films such as Stepfather II, The Runestone, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, and Urban Mythology, and TV movies (especially in the 1990s) including The Almost Perfect Bank Robbery, Perfect Crime, To Love, Honor and Deceive, Kiss and Tell, Deadly Pursuits, Inflammable, and Death in Small Doses.He has been a radio disk jockey at WFMZ, a sports radio station in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has hosted billiards tournaments and has provided sports commentary for ESPN. He has also been the host of a golf podcast, Golf Connections with Mitch Laurance
As a Certified Master Hypnotherapist, NLP Master Practitioner, Huna Practitioner, and Reconnective Healing Practitioner, Belinda is effective at getting results and enhancing performance in people's lives. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a B.A. in English and Spanish. After obtaining a Lifetime Elementary Teaching Credential at Cal State at LA, she taught third grade for five years in Puerto Rico and Los Angeles. She played the character Snow White at Disneyland, was a TV News Reporter for KABC Channel 7 in Hollywood, and worked on the staff of Senator Charles H. Percy (Illinois) in Washington, D.C. Belinda trained with Anthony Robbins (author of Unlimited Power and Awaken the Giant Within), and has effectively used these skills in her own life. In addition to firewalking, (18 times), Belinda was a professional Precision Stunt Car Driver for TV commercials and films. Her credits include ads for Buick, Cadillac, BMW, Volvo, Nintendo, Audi, Toyota, Lexus, AC Delco Spark Plugs, and many more. She was a film and stage actress, having co-starred on the TV series Midnight Caller, in addition to making dozens of industrial films, commercials, and voice-overs. Belinda is the mother of two grown children, loves to “workout”, bicycle, rollerblade, snow ski, and just be healthy and have fun.”
Welcome back! We had a break during the holidays; but, now it's time to come back and finish the story of the recent Innistrad block. Last time we covered Midnight Hunt. This week we're breaking down Crimson Vow. Join us and let us know your favorite part by emailing us at PlaneswalkersPod@Gmail.com. Links: magic.wizards.com/en/story Supported this week by The Midnight Caller! (Slayer's Bounty) You can help too! Support the show by visiting Patreon.com/Planeswalkers Or TeePublic.com/user/EngineWithin And, as always, Special Thanks to Joseph McDade for music used in this episode. Check out his music at josephmcdade.com/music or support him at www.patreon.com/josephmcdade Twitch.tv/dday_99 Facebook.com/planeswalkersanonymous
Just in time to ruin Christmas dinner, the latest edition of the Midnight Caller sound magazine.
This week There was major news for Magic! While we're sure most of our audience is excited about the new Alchemy format, Duncan just had to cry about it. Mostly it's just because he's an old miserable bastard; but, join the fun if you want to hear a few legitimate concerns as well. Let us know your own thoughts about Alchemy by writing to us at PlaneswalkersPod@gmail.com. News: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/magic-digital/mtg-arena-state-game-alchemy-2021-12-02 Supported this week by The Midnight Caller! (Slayer's Bounty) You can help too! Support the show by visiting Patreon.com/Planeswalkers Or TeePublic.com/user/EngineWithin And, as always, Special Thanks to Joseph McDade for music used in this episode. Check out his music at josephmcdade.com/music or support him at www.patreon.com/josephmcdade Twitch.tv/dday_99 Facebook.com/planeswalkersanonymous
One more thing to be thankful for: A new episode of the Midnight Caller sound magazine!
Executive Producer and Director Bob Singer joins the podcast to take a look back at his career in this two-part podcast series. We begin part 1 with a review of how Bob first broke into Hollywood on the horror films “The Night Strangler” starring Darren McGavin, and Stephen King's “Cujo,” starring Dee Wallace. Then we discuss one of Bob's all-time favorites, the 1990's hit TV series “Midnight Caller” starring Gary Cole. We wrap up his early career with the story of how Bob ended up going from director to showrunner of “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” starring Dean Cain and Terri Hatcher.We then transition to how Bob was brought on to Supernatural starting with the second episode. And we discuss his work with creator Eric Kripke and co-showrunners Jeremy Carver, Sera Gamble, and Andrew Dabb over the fifteen seasons of the series. In-between we talk about some of the memorable character introductions of Castiel and Crowley, Bob's passion for directing, and the development of the meta episodes before finishing with a rapid-fire round of questions.
Elements is a monthly drum & bass podcast showcasing the best in liquid, soulful drum and bass. Expect the freshest cuts, timeless classics and everything in between. With guest mixes from some of Australia's finest purveyors of liquid soul. Episode 45 is the sixth instalment in the Liquid Voices series. Showcasing the voices behind drum & bass. The singer, the rapper, the MC ,the poet, these are the lyricists behind the liquid. Pappa Jase Elements - liquid soul drum & bass podcast is available on: Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/elements-liquid-soul-drum-bass/id1128194754 Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com.au/podcasts/606b6ee6-ed9f-485f-b488-173c555ec2b8/elements---liquid-soul-drum-bass YouTube - https://youtu.be/ajJq6Gk6UX0 1. Different Roads feat. Verbz - Dogger & Mindstate - The North Quarter 2. Don't Hurt Me (Rework) feat. [KSR], DRS - Dogger & Mindstate, Anile - 1985 3. Jasmine feat. Flowanastasia (Dilligent Fingers remix) - Cyber Posix & Valiant MC - Fokuz 4. Leap Of Faith feat. Flowanastasia - Nymfo - Spearhead 5. Who feat. Leo Wood - Operator Unknown - Fokuz 6. North Carolina Soul - Fluid Form - Beatalistics 7. Soul 77 - Unknown Artist - Fokuz 8. Kisser - Unknown Artist - Fokuz 9. New Love feat. Makoto - Ruth Royall - Soulvent 10. Run It Back To Me feat. [KSR] - Makoto - Hospital 11. Joint Venture - DRS & Dynamite MC - Hospital 12. Running Back - DRS & Need For Mirrors - Space Cadet 13. Moving On feat. Liam Bailey (Break remix) - Alix Perez - 1985 14. Tribute feat. MC Spyda & K.O.G (Zero T remix) - Origin One - Nice Up 15. Tree Of Life - Unknown Artist - Fokuz 16. Combination - Madcap - Vibez 93 17. Stronger feat. David Boomah - T.R.A.C & Maverick Soul - Distrokid 18. Midnight Caller feat. Dynamite MC - Mozey & Shady Novelle - V Recordings
Midnight Caller (1988-91) starring Gary Cole, Dennis Dun, and Wendy Kilbourne - IMDb LinkAlien Nation (1989-90) starring Gary Graham, Eric Pierpoint, and Michele Scarabelli - IMDb LinkHawkeye (1994-95) starring Lee Horsley, Lynda Carter, and Rodney A. Grant - IMDb LinkThis week on Podcasting After Dark presents TV Obscura, Corey, Zak, and Diallo dive into a plethora of genres as they discuss three nostalgic television shows from their youth! Zak kicks off the discussion with Midnight Caller, a super-stylized crime drama starring Gary Cole and Dennis Dun of Big Trouble In Little China (1986). Then Corey takes us to the “near future” with Alien Nation starring Gary Graham, of Robot Jox (1989) fame, just before Diallo launches us back to the 1700s with Hawkeye, starring the always-stunning Lynda Hamilton!As always, we hope you enjoy this installment of TV Obscura! Leave a comment on social media and join the discussion :)Read the Buffalo News Midnight Caller article we mentioned on the episode HEREYou can find Diallo Jackson here: Facebook / Instagram / WebsiteListen to The First Noel here: Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Amazon / Stitcher / WebsiteRead Angela and the Dark: ComiXology / Facebook / Instagram / Website— SUPPORT PODCASTING AFTER DARK —PATREON - Two extra shows a month, including our celebrity interview series, plus videos and other exclusive content!MERCH STORE - We have a fully dedicated merch store at TeePublic with multiple designs and products!REDDIT - Join our growing Subreddit community!INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK / LETTERBOXD- Follow us on social media for updates and announcements!This podcast is part of the BFOP Network
In PS We Trust: A PlayStation Podcast
Its gaming's version of Christmas. E3 is around the corner and what better time to go through our predictions! On top of that we've had the busiest news week ever: -God Of War is PS4/PS5 bound and its caused a crack in the Davey/Spencer' Alliance -Horizon Forbidden West State of Play event - We discuss our first impressions It's the longest episode yet so grab a beer and pack a lunch! If you're enjoying the podcast don't forget to review it on your podcast service of choice, it helps us find a larger audience To write into the show email: email@example.com Join us on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/inpswetrust/ Find us on social media: @InPSWeTrust @ssjdavey @philiphoy @spenpai_ Timestamps Intro 0:00 - 02:29 What're we drinking 02:30 -09:38 What're we playing 09:39 - 24:43 Competition update 24:44 - 30:38 Quick news 30:39 - 01:04:20 Topic 1 - horizon Forbidden West 01:04:21 - 01:24:30 Topic 2: God of war PS4/PS5 debate 01:24:31 - 02:08:02 Topic 3: E3 Predictions 02:08:03 - 02:47:53 Outro: 02:47:54 - 02:49:06 #InPSWeTrust #PlayStationPodcast #ForTheListeners
Jonathan Liew joins The Anfield Wrap to talk about the Naomi Osaka situation and what it says about the treatment of athletes by the press... Subscribe to TAW Player for reaction to all the news and events that matter to you, as well as exclusive interviews with special guests, LFC players and managers past and present…
5D. Pop Culture & Entertainment.
This week saw a return of our Podcast Special, for which we were delighted to have the opportunity to talk with actor Faran Tahir Tahir began his professional acting career in 1989, with a minor role in the show Midnight Caller. After that, he has appeared in TV shows like 24, 12 Monkeys, Law & Order, Alias, NYPD Blue, The West Wing, Lost and Dallas...... & much more! Aside from TV, he has appeared in films such as The Jungle Book, Picture, Charlie Wilson’s War, Iron Man (2008), Star Trek (2009) and Escape Plan. You can hear this, or any other week’s episode simply by clicking on any of the iTunes, Spotify or YouTube links on this page. We always love to hear from the foolhardy souls who listen to this podcast so feel free to send any views, comments, questions, criticisms (hopefully not), or outright proclamations of love and adoration in the comments section below or directly via the 5D Website at 5d-blog.com. Also, if you would like to subscribe for free to receive email newsletter updates from 5D then just complete the ‘Subscribe’ section on the 5D Website. If you would like to sponsor a future episode (or episodes) of the 5D Podcast then get in touch to discuss!
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October 27-November 2, 1990 (Ken's all time favorite issue of TV Guide) This week Ken welcomes fellow podcaster and longtime friend Michael Cook to the show. Ken and Michael discuss how their paths never cross in person, how remote can be normal, and when it's not, not being famous, Oregon, the Entertainment Industry, Lex Luthor, Bizarro Ken, buying puppets, New Year's Eve Sign offs, The New Mutants, loving Los Angeles, living that 24 hour life, the horror resurgence on television, anthology shows, Wes Craven, Indiana isn't the mid-west, Ken Ober, MTV's Remote Control, being on local TV shows as a kid, being in TV Guide and not knowing, Family Ties, the FIRST Parenthood TV series, Trick or treating, David Lynch, Lady in White, 21 Jump Street, John Waters guest starring, Comic Strip Live, John Pinnette, Parker Lewis, Baywatch Nights (season 2), Cat's Eye, Stephen King, Dawn of the Dead, Alan King, The Hitchhiker, not remembering lines, acting scholarships, Murphy Brown, Ames, Hex, Rescue 911, Bernard Goetz, guns, Cheers, Thirtysomething, Yuppies, hating kids, Mutant, Wings Hauser, Return of the Living Dead, Married People, Halloween III, Fox, Doctor Doctor, Facts of Life, how great Joanna Cassidy is, Midnight Caller, radio, and having investigative journalist compassion.
Brett & Cliff's Flea Circus: A movie and TV podcast
Late-80s TV show Midnight Caller made a star of Gary Cole and had fans in the young Brett and Cliff, who love the dirty sax theme tune, the gritty action and performances. It makes us reminisce about video shops, Guy Fawkes night and the erotic thrillers of the era. There's also a random quiz.You'll also hear lots of fireworks going off in the background and music at the end of the episode from drummer, guitarist and synthwave producer Iterations, from Washington DC. You can find out more and buy his music from here https://linktr.ee/iterationsofficial, See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 7 of the Midnight Caller sound magazine.
Legends of S.H.I.E.L.D.: An Unofficial Marvel Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fan Podcast
The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director SP, Agent Haley, and Agent Michelle discuss the ABC television series Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode “Know Your Onions.” The Agents debrief you on all the punny 30’s slang and great dialogue by Craig Titley, advocate for more Yo-Yo story time, exploring the special prohibition era rum the prop department made for the episode (La Respueta), Deke’s Zima obsession finally ends up as his nickname and possible future patent, what might be going on with Agent Melinda May, what these new Time Windows we learned about in class meant, Freddy Malick’s possible future role in the show, Koenig taking the first bullet to protect S.H.I.E.L.D., how TV medicine has devolved in Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., the EPIC Enoch-May fight in Zephyr One, who the No-Name guy might be, The nice Untouchables gun throwing moment and why you SHOULD NOT DO THAT, And who might be left behind in a future episode. Stay tuned after the credits for over 5 minutes of post credit scenes and outtakes for you to enjoy! THIS TIME ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. “Know Your Onions” Weekly Marvel News Listener Feedback AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. ”KNOW YOUR ONIONS” [4:11] Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D “Know Your Onions” broadcast on ABC on June 3rd, 2020. Main Cast: Clark Gregg Phil Coulson Ming-Na Wen Melinda May Chloe Bennet Daisy 'Skye' Johnson / Quake Elizabeth Henstridge Jemma Simmons Henry Simmons Alphonso 'Mack' Mackenzie Natalia Cordova-Buckley Elena 'Yo-Yo' Rodriguez Jeff Ward Deke Shaw Joel Stoffer Enoch Tobias Jelinek Captain Terrence Luke / Luke Darren Barnet Freddy Malick Nora Zehetner Freddy's Contact Patton Oswalt Ernest Hazard Koenig Christopher Wallinger Copper Eric Schloesser Spectre 1 Kevin Alexander Stea Spectre 2 (as Kevin Stea) Rest Of Season Cast: Iain De Caestecker Leo Fitz Greg Finley Tillman Luke Baines Chronicom Joseph Culp Franklin Delano Roosevelt Karl Kwiatkowski Patrolman Fischer Amos Glick Waiter Mary Eileen O'Donnell Stern Woman (uncredited) Directed By: Eric Laneuville https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0485637/?ref_=tt_ov_dr 96 Directing credits starting 1986 20x St. Elsewhere 10x Midnight Caller 1x Quantum Leap 6x Doogie Howser, M.D. 1x ER 2x Bull 1x Gilmore Girls 1x Monk 3x Everybody Hates Chris 1x Prison Break 5x Lost 2x Eureka 1x Heroes 15x Ghost Whisperer 10x The Mentalist 7x Grimm 1x Legends of Tomorrow 3x Black Lightning 3x Agents of Shield Written By: Craig Titley https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0864471/?ref_=ttfc_fc_wr5 10 Writing credits starting 2001 1x Stars Wars: The Clone Wars 2x The Cape 13x Agents of Shield The Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Showrunners are husband and wife: Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon NEWS [31:25] TOP NEWS STORY OF THE WEEK StephenJondrew in Discord: Someone make a count down please. https://www.ign.com/articles/marvel-daredevil-tv-rights-2020-netflix-charlie-cox?fbclid=IwAR3vb6UHfYnG0SKfk_uo1-DhMUxzKJleS8lYUiceQjVyzTRSc9McrKUiMzs IGN Marvel Studios to Regain Daredevil TV Rights in Late 2020 - IGN The clock is ticking on Daredevil's return to the MCU, with Marvel poised to regain the rights to the character before the end of the year. FEEDBACK [39:11] DISCORD StephenJondrew05/30/2020 I finally watched it last night. A few random thoughts: 1) So AoS is now Prime-era Legends of Tomorrow? That's fine with me. 2) I have only rewatched a couple episodes of AoS. I understood several of the references to past events that they dropped, but it was a stretch for me to remember them. I felt like I fell victim to the odd schedule of the last few years. 3) For me, it missed the mark. It was close, but not where I'd have liked to have seen it. The plot was predictable in several places and just felt a bit thin for the season opener of the finale season. Did it make me want to watch more? Yes. But it also felt a little "because of plot" a few times. Two examples of this include Coulson basically having no real care at all about being an LMD / being in the game after about 2 seconds, and also Yo-Yo's forced-resistance to the arms for again, about 2 seconds. Additionally, the fact they weren't targeting Roosevelt was called by the fact that their theory of who was the target was determined in again, about 2 seconds. I was pretty sure the bait and switch was going to happen. But like I said, it just felt a little thin for me, I'm not hating on it. There were some great qualities too. For example, with that last part the reason behind the switch was really cool, and the result of who they then have to save (it's a great throwback to the franchise). I really enjoyed most Simmons scenes, and think this version of her character is probably my favorite, and I think they've got the dynamic of the crew back to the one we loved in the earlier days. E-MAIL SHIELD 702 feedback!!! Oh8four Another great episode! Loved all of the internal and teammate conflict, classic change-time vs allow-terrible-events-to-happen tropes, and character study. And I'm still curious if they're going with loops or not. The stinger definitely suggests that the Koenigs were only interested in robotics because their Grandpa met our team and Enoch, or maybe this would have just made them get even more into robotics in a separate timeline. Regardless, there are a LOT of ripples being made. Enoch could just sit and wait to meet back up with the team whenever they travel to next, but being the bartender at a future SHIELD speakeasy sounds like he has the opportunity to change a whole lot. And I'm wondering if Malick would still have shot Koenig if Deke hadn't just insisted he was a killer. It was surprisingly fascinating to delve into a character only briefly referenced in one past episode. I'm curious what they're doing with May. Surely Izel isn't inside of her, right? I can't imagine they want to keep that storyline going, but it's the only thing that makes any sense right now. Hopefully it's something better than that. Very excited to see when we're heading to next! I don't watch the "next time on" so I'll be in the dark until next week. Hope you guys are safe and healthy wherever you're at. Until next time true believers. Excelsior! OUTRO [49:48] Haley, Lauren, Michelle and Stargate Pioneer love to hear back from you about how you would rate the episode we just discussed, your top 5 Marvel character lists, your science of Marvel questions, who would you pick in an all-female Avenger team, or which Marvel male you would like to see shirtless. Call the voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871. Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the hosts discuss the Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 7 episode “Know Your Onions.” You can listen in live when we record Sunday Afternoons at 6:15 PM Eastern time at Geeks.live (Also streamed live on Spreaker.com). Contact Info: Please see http://www.legendsofshield.com for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871 Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Is a Proud Member Of The GonnaGeek Network (gonnageek.com). This podcast was recorded on Thursday June 4th, 2020. Standby for your S.H.I.E.L.D. debriefing --- Audio and Video Production by Stargate Pioneer of GonnaGeek.com
Steve Cooper talks with actor Scott Valentine. Scott is best known for his roles as Nick Moore on the NBC hit Family Ties. Scott has had numerous starring roles and guest star roles in various TV shows and movies such as Matlock, My Demon Lover, Midnight Caller, To Sleep with a Vampire, Batman: The Animated Series, Murder She Wrote, Phantom 2040, NewsRadio, Black Scorpion, CSI:NY and many others.
Neil Atkinson speaks to Simon Hughes, who has written a piece for The Athletic about a moment 21 years ago that changed Michael Owen's career forever...
Summer is over and it's back to school, where you'll reunite with friends...and not friends.
FALL PREVIEW ALERT! September 12-18, 1998 This week Ken welcomes Philly Comedian Jake Mattera to the show. Ken and Jake discuss the longest they've driven for a gig, growing up in Philly, Rohobeth Beach, Rhode Island, comedy festivals, weird regional foods, Coffee Milk, buying weapons in Chinatown, old Jade, swords, Ghostbusters, WWF, USA Network, being assaulted by your sister, TGIF stitches, Karate's Beast from the East, Dawson's Creek, Fantasy Island reboots, Jacinda Barrett, Wind on Water, Martial Law, Kelly Hu, Ken confusing Sammo Hung with Chow Yun Fat, Cupid, The Army Show, The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer, John Diresta in Not King of Queens, when E.R. meets Deep Space Nine, Charmed, being a big Irish Catholic year, when everything was set in Boston, Buddy Farrow, The Net: The Series, COPS, The Brady House, visiting filming locations, Blobfest, ranting about M. Night Shamalan, Neon Maniacs, Midnight Caller, A League of their Own, Le Femme Nikita, Wrestling, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Happy Days, Hogan, Guinness Book of World Records, news bloopers, awful NYC meathead comedy, racist stand up, turning Japanese, Brunch Patrol, being in punk rock bands, Ken's obsession with generic store brand Dr. Pepper rip offs, WaWa, Conan O'Brien, Drew Carey, Jackie Chan, WCW, Kate & Allie, Millennium, Gargoyles, Buger King vs. McDonald's, the best Cheesesteaks in Philly, and getting rich on the backs of the Amish.
Big boys don't cry, big boys don't cry...
This week we discuss 1981's The Demon, kind of starring Cameron Mitchell. The Demon (also known as Midnight Caller) is a 1981 slasher film starring Cameron Mitchell and Jennifer Holmes and directed by Percival Rubens. Music by: zapsplat.com Sound & Editing by: Fraser du Toit
Legends of S.H.I.E.L.D.: An Unofficial Marvel Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fan Podcast
The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director SP, Agent Lauren, Agent Haley, and consultant Michelle discuss the Punisher series eleventh episode “Danger Close.” The reporters also run down the Marvel news roundup and discuss listener feedback. THIS TIME ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Punisher “Danger Close” Marvel News Roundup Listener Feedback The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director SP, Agent Haley, Agent Lauren and Consultant Michelle discuss the Punisher series eleventh episode “Danger Close” as well as the weekly Marvel news and listener feedback. The Agents debrief you on Haley’s theory of why Frank is still alive, how Lauren would have written Madani’s story arc, SP wonders how long Frank would last in the Walking Dead world, Lauren explains how difficult is is to saw through bone, and just Who called the Frank Castle hotline? PUNISHER “Danger Close” [4:02] PUNISHER “Danger Close” All 13 episodes aired on Netflix November 17, 2017. Season 2 aired on Netflix on January 18th, 2019. Main Cast: Jon Bernthal Frank Castle / Punisher Amber Rose Revah Dinah Madani Ebon Moss-Bachrach David Lieberman / Micro Ben Barnes Billy Russo Jaime Ray Newman Sarah Lieberman Kobi Frumer Zach Lieberman Paul Schulze Rawlins Michael Nathanson Sam Stein Ripley Sobo Leo Lieberman Daniel Webber Lewis Walcott Jason R. Moore Curtis Hoyle Kelli Barrett Maria Castle Tony Plana Rafael Hernandez Deborah Ann Woll Karen Page Directed By: Kevin Hooks https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0393661/?ref_=tt_ov_dr 92 directing credits starting 1983 4x St. Elsewhere (1983-1984) 3x V (1984-1985) 2x Midnight Caller (1988-1989) 1x Alien Nation (1989) 1x Homicide: Life on the Street (1996) 1x ER (2000) 2x Without a Trace (2003-2004) 3x NYPD Blue (2001-2004) 2x Lost (2004-2005) 14x Prison Break (2006-2009) 1x Alphas (2011) 3x Castle (2012 - 2014) 1x The Punisher (2017) 3x Agents of Shield (2014-2017) 1x The X-Files (2018) 1x Preacher (2018) 1x The Orville (2019) Written By: Felicia D. Henderson https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0376429/?ref_=ttfc_fc_wr5 16 writing credits starting 1994 1x The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1995) 5x Family Matters (1994-1996) 1x Everybody Hates Chris (2006) 1x Fringe (2008) 3x The Punisher (2017-2019) 1x Empire (2018) Based on the Marvel comics by Gerry Conway, John Romita Sr., and Ross Andru NEWS [31:33] TOP NEWS STORY OF THE WEEK Spider-Man: Far From Home teaser trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYYtuKyMtY8 AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Charlie Cox talks what could have been in Daredevil s4 https://uproxx.com/hitfix/charlie-cox-daredevil-season-4-plot-details/ Bullseye as main villain AVENGERS 4 & BEYOND Matt Smith joins “Morbius;” release date set https://theplaylist.net/matt-smith-morbius-20190125/ Unknown role Daniel Espinosa directing July 31 2020 Merch confirms Avengers: Endgames costumes and character leaks https://comicbook.com/marvel/2019/01/20/avengers-endgame-new-team-costumes/ Very spoilery List of Disney+ shows in the works and details https://twitter.com/AKARELK/status/1084600176390549504?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw So much twittery rumor goodness X-MEN New Mutants delayed again, possible Hulu release? https://comicbook.com/marvel/2019/01/20/the-new-mutants-x-men-delayed-hulu-fox/ Pushed from 4/13/18 to 2/22/19 to 8/2/19? Difficulty w/final cut according to Scott Bechdel of Merc With a Podcast Possible October release on Hulu? Channing Tatum discusses directing Gambit himself https://deadline.com/2019/01/channing-tatum-exits-uta-management-360-1202538067/ Really, that’s it Kiki Layne actively plotting to play X-men’s Storm https://variety.com/2019/scene/vpage/if-beale-street-could-talk-star-kiki-layne-is-actively-plotting-to-play-x-mens-storm-1203107296/ Actress in If Beale Street Could Talk Wants to be a dark-skinned Storm Fandom is having Discussions right now FEEDBACK [49:01] DISCORD Johnny Bacon SPOILER - SPOILER - SPOILER - SPOILER Punisher: S1/E11 The Abyss - If you have feelings, this episode will rip them out and stomp on them. Lab Rat's "Woman in the Fridge" gets taken to an entire new level, as the woman isn't all the way in the fridge, but she may, or may not, have her kids with her. If you have kids, prepare to have your heart ripped out of your chest as from by a Sumerian God on holiday.(edited) In short, Punisher: S1/E11 The Abyss is the John Wick of Frank Castle on Netflix. (Note from Michelle - Title is from S2 E11) TWITTER https://twitter.com/sithwitch/status/1089296683308122112 aka LW Salinas, Book Reading Freak @sithwitch Replying to @Lurkz05 @Symce Yeah. We've been discussing this on @LegendsofSHIELD for a while now. We're betting on official cancellation announcements in the next month or so for Punisher and Jessica Jones while they focus on their PG/PG13 properties. https://twitter.com/oh8four/status/1088845253329580033 Oh8four @oh8four Oh8four Retweeted Charles Villanueva @mcucast @level7access @PhantasticGeek @LegendsofSHIELD #allofthefeels Oh8four added, Charles Villanueva @cfsvillanueva MCU Supercut - A Decade of Iron Man: http://youtu.be/CXZR-3VikWE?a via @YouTube 11:05 AM - 25 Jan 2019 https://twitter.com/MrParacletes/status/1088650423790198784 Dr. Gnome to you @MrParacletes @LegendsofSHIELD @sithwitch @adanagirl 10:11 PM - 24 Jan 2019 OUTRO [58:46] Haley, Lauren, Michelle and Stargate Pioneer love to hear back from you about how you would rate the episode we just discussed, your top 5 Marvel character lists, your science of Marvel questions, who would you pick in an all-female Avenger team, or which Marvel male you would like to see shirtless. Call the voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871. Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the hosts discuss the Punisher Netflix series episode 12 “Home.” You can listen in live when we record Sunday Afternoons at 6:15 PM Eastern time at Geeks.live (Also streamed live on Spreaker.com). Contact Info: Please see http://www.legendsofshield.com for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871 Don’t forget to go check out our spin-off podcast, Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D..: Longbox Edition for your weekly Marvel comic book release run-down with segments by Black Adam on S.H.I.E.L.D. comics, Lauren on Mutant Comics and Anthony with his Spider-Man web down. Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Longbox Edition is also available on the GonnaGeek.com podcast network. Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Is a Proud Member Of The GonnaGeek Network (gonnageek.com). This podcast was recorded on Sunday January 27th, 2019. Standby for your S.H.I.E.L.D. debriefing --- Audio and Video Production by Stargate Pioneer of GonnaGeek.com.
Troublesome transmissions break in with coded messages. Leo gets warnings from his mother. Soul Strippers and Beach Boys duke it out. And we all clamor for some Buttons & Brass/
Episode three where we re-live the wonders of sleeping under a pile of coats and check in with The Ricker,
Happy holidays! From your friends in Daystar. Enclosed is our latest sound magazine for fans, with clips of our favorite holiday songs and a new one from us called "Experience the Holidays!"
Episode 1 of the Midnight Caller sound magazine from Daystar.
FALL PREVIEW EDITION October 1-7, 1988 Today Ken welcomes the multi-talented podcaster, actor, producer Megan Duffy to the show. Ken and Megan discuss the Hollywood Hills, what it takes to give an Uber drive one star, Midnight Caller, Almost Grown, Roseanne, Paradise, Murphy Brown, Boston Common, Boston Public, growing up in Springfield MA, the boring homogeneity of Suburbia, Two Guys A Girl and a Pzza Place, Red Sox vs Dodger, the wonders of Judith Light, the weirdness of Nightmare on Elm St Freddy Kruger toys, the Blumhouse Halloween party, Isabelle Adjani in Possession, best Halloween costumes, cheerleaders, dancing, The Patty Duke Show, Nick at Nite, music and wine for cats, cooking, the magic of potatoes, Liberace, the weirdness of actors, being a producer, Alf, It's Gary Shandling Show, Tracy Ullman, Skeeter vs. Scooter on the Muppets, American Top 40 Long Distance Dedications, Flowers in the Attic, Ken's high school quest to perfect a Sugar Cookie recipe, the pure sex of Billy Idol's Rebel Yell, Samantha Fox's Now I Lay Me Down, Columbo, John Cassavettes acting career, the evil of Cosby, being scalded to death in the shower, 48 Hours, why there are no genius serial killers, The Spader Tapes, loving trapeze artists, and what we would do in the circus.
Robert Mangiardi is a New York actor who came from a family of 9 children. His father was a prominent NY heart surgeon and, although many of his siblings pursued the medical field, Robert did not. His first acting venture was in a high school play The Apple Tree, a musical where he played Adam and he admits he did it to meet the leading lady Janet Murphy who later went on to become Vice President of casting for ABC TV in New York. The play was directed by Peter Strain who went on to become a prominent talent agency on both coasts. He did not attempt to act again until he came to Los Angeles in his mid-thirties and attended an acting class by famed Hollywood director Daniel Mann. Daniel could be brutal was his comments to his actors but the very first scene Robert put up was greeted by such a complimentary response that the actor cried on the spot-he had finally found his calling. His very first role was a recalling role on the famed CBS series Wiseguy which starred the late Ray Sharkey and Ken Whal. The show was a precursor for the likes of The Sopranos and was hailed by critics as one of the "Top 100 TV Shows Ever'. Guest star roles on shows such as Murder She Wrote, Midnight Caller and Jake and the Fat Man, to name a few quickly followed.
I talk with Paul and Steve over at The Don't Panic Radio Show about Mebar and writing and they ask me some awkward questions. All for your listening pleasure, of course. (Just so you know, there are mild spoilers for the story up to this point so far, and a few teasers of what's to come)Act_I_RecapWarning! Below is a timeline of the events up to this point (that's up to Chapter 9 and the Act Break Interlude), so if you haven't listened that far, DO NOT READ BELOW here!Timeline (Chapter 1 - Chapter 9):(day 1) 5th of May: Soma’s family vanishesPaul is kidnapped(day 2) 6th of May:Paul is murdered(day 3) 7th of May:Irse uses the Aleph’s investigation going on concerning the disappearance of Soma’s family to begin her machinations, which starts with her waking up Nathan (day 4) 8th of May:Soma meets VikiPaul wakes up in a white room after being kept in stasis for two days. Irse tells him to proclaim that the Alephs are evilSoma gets the Midnight Caller potion from TravisPaul enters PanSoma meets Ignacio using the potionAramis is woken up by the potion by accident(day 5) 9th of May: Aramis welcomes Jules to PanSoma writes down notes from her meeting with IgnacioNathan finishes a 2 day bender, goes to the HNM center, and finds out something’s wrong with MebarPaul steals Aramis’ job(day 6) 10th of May: Aramis makes it to Hempstock, meets PaulSoma learns the truth about her family(day 7) 11th of May:Soma enters Pan as a preyvedeNathan makes it to Threshold(day 8) 12th of May:Nathan talks with Carini about the changes to MebarAramis runs into Paul at the Remnants studySoma talks with Ignacio all night(day 9) 13th of May:Soma talks with PhyllisNathan escapes from Threshold(day 15) 19th of May:Aramis and Paul talk before their second Remnant study meetingViki helps Assembly member Negri contact Irse, who tells them she wants Nathan to kill all of them
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Steve Cooper talks with actor Robin Thomas. Robin may be best known for his roles as Mark Singleton on Another World, Geoffrey Wells in Who's the Boss and Vice Principal Phil Gills in Summer School. He has had recurring roles in many series such as Murphy Brown, Matlock, Life Unexpected, Queer as Folk, Fuller House, The Division and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and has appeared in numerous films like Pacific Rim, About Last Night..., The Contender and Banger Sisters. His long list of television appearances includes the shows Midnight Caller, Party of Five, NCIS, Pacific Blue, CSI: NY, NCIS: Los Angeles, Criminal Minds, CSI: Miami, Manhattan, Franklin & Bash and Castle. He is also an accomplished sculptor.
Steve Cooper talks with actor Robert Beltran. Robert is best known for his role of Commander Chakotay which he played for 7 seasons on Star Trek: Voyager. He got his acting start in the movie Zoot Suit and since then has been seen in Eating Raoul, Lone Wolf McQuade, Night of the Comet, Bugsy and Nixon to name a few. His TV credits include co-starring in Models Inc., recurring in Big Love and guest starring on numerous shows such as Miami Vice, Murder She Wrote, Midnight Caller, CSI: Miami, Medium and many others. Sponsored by Café Valet. Go to www.cafevalet.com and enter the coupon code COOPER for $5 off the Starter Combo Pack.
The Crossing Church Sermon Podcast
The parable of the Midnight Caller: Immediately following Jesus' teaching on prayer to the disciples, he tells them a parable of a man that knocks his friend's door at midnight and asks for bread. The man inside answers, "Don't bother...
February 15-21, 1969 (sort of) This week Ken welcomes comedian, actor, author and smartest man in the world Greg Proops to the show. Ken and Greg discuss Fantasy on Television, The Avengers, The Adams Family, The Wild Wild West, Kids television, exactly when England got black people, The Black and White Minstrel Show, Star Trek, The psychedelic 60s, San Francisco, Star Trek, Dad movies, War, Zulu, speaking German, learning that sometimes there are no good guys, Chuck Connors, Branded, breaking a sword over your knee, The Prisoner: the original mindfuck, James Bond, questioning your government, Who's Line is it Anyway?, Punk, The Double Deckers, dystopia, the song that goes with every neighborhood in London, The 60s dream of peace love and nonviolence, Night Flight, the golden age of FM radio, KSAN, The UK vs US Top 40, The Intruder, Charles Beaumont, The Twilight Zone, realizing the rest of the United States is terrifying and different, buying into the media lie, hatred of memes, having the sum total of human knowledge in your pocket, the DIY ethos of punk reflected in podcasts, The Outer Limits, learning a moral compass from television, Davey and Goliath, The Banana Splits, Rankin Bass, bad people as main characters, the best of times the worst of times, local television, when cameramen all became robots, Vietnam: the first TV war, the horrors of combat footage, real reporters, why Dick Chaney is the world's most evil heartless cyborg, never believing what you hear, why there is no news anymore, conspiracy theories, when Hidden Camera Prank shows became reporting, throwing your hat at the white flag, Hilary Clinton, why there is no truth or final word anymore, conservatives re-branding as the Party party, Laugh In, The Smothers Brothers, the legacy of Nixon, Pepsi vs. Coke, when everyone smokes, the sleaze of Maxim magazine, Family Ties, Full House as history's greatest representation of San Francisco, Occupy vs. real criminals, Good Day LA, Romney's evil bowels, why celebrities are not allowed to have opinions, Iran Contra, Ronald Reagan's journey from joke to Jesus, The Dead Kennedys, Midnight Caller, Greg's essaying the role of Cab Drive, Gary Cole, Nash Bridges, Vigilante Talk Radio DJs, American Gothic, Jim Thompson, The Killer Inside Me, Sam Fuller, The Model Cafe, The Brady Bunch Movie, "I don't if you remember me...", Charlton Heston, The Omega Man, Planet of the Apes, Soylent Green, I Am Legend, Richard Matheson, Zombie movies, why the current love of zombies gets it totally wrong, Return of the Living Dead, millennials' obsession with magic and monsters, the rules driven horror trend, Forbidden Planet, The Tempest, Star Wars turning sci-fi into a genre for everyone, Minority Report, Phillip K. Dick, Hollywood's abandonment of character studies, comic book movies, Pacific Rim, Ultraman, Ken's dislike of Quentin Tarantino, The Skin Game, Jackie Brown, living in a Sci-Fi story, advertising ruining everything, 1984, Orwell, Greg's book, navel officers writing sci-fi, Robert Heinlein, "Room 101", Paul Merton, CCTV Cameras in London, Big Brother's journey from terrifying idea to hot tub sex, the evils of technology, the dehumanization of Uber, the cost of convenience, mini cabs, "The Knowledge", Africa, never having been to the center of London, Billy Ocean, navigating without technology, pop culture advocates, Record Store clerks, teenage girls loving AM pop, Greg's wife's impeccable music taste, The Underground, Russ Meyer, Faster Pussycat Kill Kill, The Strand in San Francisco, The Stuff, communal experience, Mike Meyer's Tarantino-ing Beyond the Valley of the Dolls and Our Man Flint, money men financing the creative while being the enemy of art, Big Talent Agencies missing the point, The Army Show, The Jamie Foxx Show, fruit bags, schlub comedians, Louis CK, getting out of the way of good art, the fraternity of comedians, pulp fiction vs Pulp Fiction, learning your craft, and panning for the Golden Age.
Energy Technology and Policy 2009
Interview at 00.05 on Tony Livesey show on BBC Radio Five Live with the midnight cowboy Tony Bonsignore.
The Trauma Therapist | Podcast with Guy Macpherson, PhD | Inspiring interviews with thought-leaders in the field of trauma.
As you might know, much of my inspiration for creating this podcast came from my brother, a former Navy SEAL. I have a special place in my heart--and on this podcast!--for anything that has to do with supporting veterans and treatment for veterans. Today we continue with that support. I am joined by Josh Aronson and Julie Sayres, the filmmakers of the film, To Be Of Service , a documentary film about war veterans who are paired with service dogs to help them regain their lives. "[T]he big picture is clear, and its overriding point well made: These dogs are saving the lives of those who’ve sacrificed so much. Every person profiled here deserves an immense amount of respect. Every animal, too." - *Ken Jaworowski, New York Times* Josh Aronson has been producing and directing documentary films since 2000. He was nominated for an Oscar for his film, Sound and Fury and has made award winning films on disability, the search for identity, classical music and history. His latest film is the recently released, "To Be of Service,” about veterans with PTSD and their service dogs. Julie Sayres is an award-winning screenwriter, working in Los Angeles, whose credits include the film *“Reaching for the Moon,”* aka *“Flores Raras,”* for which she won the best adapted screenplay award by the Brazilian Academy of Letters and was also nominated for best adapted screenplay by the Brazilian Academy of Cinema. She worked on the writing staff of the television series *“Midnight Caller,”* and wrote episodes for *“Gabriel’s Fire”* and *“Beggars and Choosers,”* among others. She was also a co-creator and supervising producer of the CBS one-hour drama, *“Four Corners.”* She has also written many movies for television, including *“A Walton Easter,” “Dallas Reunion”* and the mini-series *“Knot’s Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac.”* She currently has two feature films in development, one in the U.S. and the other in Brazil. She is the producer of a documentary called “To Be of Service”, which deals with veterans with PTSD and their service dogs. Aside from her work as a screenwriter, she’s also an adjunct professor of screenwriting at USC School of Cinematic Arts and the MFA program at Antioch University, Santa Barbara. She has a B.A. from New York University and an MFA from Goddard College. *In This Episode* * To Be of Service , film site ( https://www.tobeofservicefilm.com/press.html ) * Josh's website ( http://www.aronsonfilms.com/ ) * Julie’s website ( https://www.juliesayres.com/ ) * To Be of Service on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/tobeofservicefilm/ ) --- A giant thank-you to my sponsors who help me keep this podcast going: *CPTSD Foundation* CPTSD Foundation provides live, daily, peer-led, interactive group calls, in a safe atmosphere for survivors of complex trauma, equipping them with skills and information they can use every single day in their healing journey. Receive 50% off the first month when you join at: cptsdfoundation.org/traumatherapistpodcast/ ( https://cptsdfoundation.org/traumatherapistpodcast/ ) *Brighter Vision* When you’re in private practice it can be tough just to find the time to review your marketing efforts, let alone make improvements where they’re needed. Whether you are a seasoned clinician who’s current website needs revamped, or a new therapist building a website for the first time, Brighter Vision is here to help. And the best news of all? You can get your first month entirely free just for listening to The Trauma Therapist | Podcast.. To get started, just head on over to brightervision.com/guy ( http://brightervision.com/guy ) --- If you're a new trauma therapist just starting our on your trauma-informed journey, I'd love to invite you to check out my community specifically dedicated to new trauma therapists, Trauma Therapist | 2.0 ( https://the-trauma-therapist-project.teachable.com/p/trauma-therapist-2-0-1 ). You do not have to do this along! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-trauma-therapist-podcast-with-guy-macpherson-phd-inspiring-interviews-with-thought-leaders-in-the-field-of-trauma/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands