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The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - LEE SPEIGEL - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 49:31


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York.For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

The Show: A NY Post baseball podcast with Joel Sherman & Jon Heyman
Live Subway Series Podcast feat. David Cone, Ron Darling

The Show: A NY Post baseball podcast with Joel Sherman & Jon Heyman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 55:12


On a live episode of “The Show” podcast with Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman from the Paley Center in NYC, the guys are joined on stage by special guests David Cone and Ron Darling. The Yankees, Mets greats and broadcasters look ahead to this week's Subway Series, discuss the Mets and Yankees current outlook, tell stories from their careers and debate whether we see a Subway Series World Series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Show: A NY Post baseball podcast with Joel Sherman & Jon Heyman
Live MLB All-Star Podcast from Los Angeles feat. Scott Boras

The Show: A NY Post baseball podcast with Joel Sherman & Jon Heyman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 46:06


On an MLB All-Star live episode of “The Show” with Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman from The Office Bar & Grill in Los Angeles, the guys are joined by MLB agent Scott Boras. They chat with Boras about Juan Soto's contract, whether the Nationals would trade him and what his future may hold. They also discuss Kumar Rocker's status, Joey Gallo's future and whether Michael Conforto will sign somewhere this season. The guys then react to the Boras interview and preview next Monday's Paley Center live podcast with special guests Ron Darling and David Cone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy
All About Title IX - Live From New York

Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 73:22


In a special live podcast at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, Hall of Fame USA rugby player Phaidra Knight and 4-time Olympic USA hockey player Angela Ruggerio join Laughter Permitted to discuss Title IX, their experiences in male-dominated sports and what they think everyone should know about Title IX.  This episode was recorded on June 24, 2022, one day after the 50th anniversary of Title IX.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - LEE SPEIGEL - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 49:31


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York.For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - LEE SPEIGEL - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 49:31


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York.For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - LEE SPEIGEL - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 49:30


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York. For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv. Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other! That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

Trek Talking
Star Trek Picard - "Mercy" review, Section 31 movie & Star Trek Birthday's

Trek Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 117:00


We discuss Star Trek Picard's second season episode "Mercy", and see how close our scores are to those of our FB fans. Michelle Yeoh in a Section 31 movie, Valora Noland passes away, Star Trek Strang New Worlds takes over Paley Center, Alision Pill talks singing and the Borg Queen. Convention Calendar, Fan Shout-outs and Star Trek Birthday's. Call (646)668-2433 to join the discussion. Let's See What's Out There.

Noticias Univision 41 Nueva York
NY contará con 4 mil millones más en el presupuesto estatal

Noticias Univision 41 Nueva York

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 13:45


En otras noticias: Fiscal Letia James pide moción de censura contra Donald Trump, pide declararlo en desacato civil por no entregar pruebas en medio de la investigación sobre sus negocios familiares.Delincuencia en new York no da tregua, durante el mes de marzo los casos aumentaron en un 36% con respecto al mismo mes del año anterior.Bicicletas eléctricas, scooters y motocicletas se convirtieron en el principal objetivo de los delincuentes que están atacando principalmente a los repartidores.Una mujer de 76 años fue agredida y asaltada en un cajero electrónico.Trabajador de la construcción perdió la vida después de caer de 20 pies de altura. ¿Sabe cuáles son las leyes que protegen a estos empleados?Autoridades de New York presentan un plan de seguridad peatonal para evitar más muertes en accidentes de tránsito.

Lifestyles with Lillian Vasquez
March 24: Lifestyles with Lillian Vasquez

Lifestyles with Lillian Vasquez

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 18:42


Maureen Reidy, President and CEO of the Paley Center for Media, talks about the Paley Center's history and mission, and the line-up for the upcoming PaleyFest.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews: LEE SPEIGEL - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 49:31


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York.For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews: LEE SPEIGEL - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 49:30


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York. For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv. Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other! That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

LifeHacksLA - Hacking the Best of Los Angeles
106. Hacking the History of Television with the Paley Center's Rene Reyes

LifeHacksLA - Hacking the Best of Los Angeles

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 39:53


106. In this episode our guest is Rene Reyes and he is the VP and executive director of programming for the Paley Center for Media. If you're not familiar with the Paley Center for Media it is a non profit organization that preserves and champions television history and excellence. Not only do they have one of the largest archives in the world for the history of television, radio and now emerging digital platforms, but they make some of it publicly accessible to all of us. They also host an annual public program called the Paley Fest that gives the public an inside look at how television shows are made with special guests and presentations from people inside the industry.. All of this is with the primary goal of helping preserve and celebrate TV history. Rene is going to talk to us about his career journey, share a little about his life in LA, and all the inside secrets of the Paley Center for Media. You can find out more about the Paley Center for Media on their Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/paleycenter/ or on their website: https://www.paleycenter.org/ You can find more LifeHacksLA at: www.lifehacksla.com and www.instagram.com/lifehacksla   To join the LA Hackers Club go to:  http://lifehacksla.com/jointheclub   This episode was edited by Jaconell Mouton from Creative Wave. https://jaconellmouton.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifehacksla/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifehacksla/support

The Bulwark Goes to Hollywood
Programming TV's Most Beloved Festival

The Bulwark Goes to Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 29:56


On this week's episode, Sonny Bunch talks to Rene Reyes, the Paley Center for Media's Vice President of Public Programming and Festivals. Among other duties, Rene plans the much-loved PaleyFest LA, which has panels featuring some of the biggest and most critically acclaimed shows on television. We talked about the joys (and COVID-related challenges) of in-person festivals and ran through some of the panels that will take place at this year's event. You can see this year's full lineup here; highlights include panels on Hacks, black-ish, and a salute to the NCIS franchise. Paley Center members can buy tickets now and they go on sale to the general public tomorrow.

Sex Ed The Musical
UNDER COVERS -- "DAVID"

Sex Ed The Musical

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 34:07


Three years ago on this podcast, I began asking women of different ages, sexual identities and socioeconomic backgrounds a series of questions about the most intimate details of their lives. I called the interviews Under Covers. All of the women were asked the same questions about their sexual awakenings, different partners, early experiences and relationships, with the hope that we could find healing in discovering how much we all share. Well this season, I've decided to flip the script. I'm taking the exact questions I asked women, and I'm asking them to men. In this first Under Covers with a man, I speak with a guy I've named David. That's not his real name, every one of these interviews is completely anonymous. All you need to know is that David is 51, married and identifies as gay. That's where all similarities end…or begin. LINKS Here are some stills from Angels In Chains. The Paley Center on Angels in Chains For all things Charlie's Angels, check out CharliesAngels.com, run by my pal Mike Pingel, THE Charlie's Angels authority. David's mega-hot sexual golden ticket Lance Parker on IG Dayum! If you'd like to read a recap of my first ten Under Covers interviews, check out this piece, and see more of my writing on Medium. If you'd like to be interviewed Under Covers, please email me. I'd love to hear from you and I'm especially looking for people of color and LGBTQIA folks. There's no judgment and I will not reveal your identity. Sex Ed The Musical is available on iTunes, Stitcher, Podtail, IHeartRadio, Podbay, Spotify and more. Please share and follow Sex Ed The Musical wherever you enjoy podcasts. Also, if you'd do us a solid and leave us a 5-Star Review on iTunes, we'd ever so gratefully appreciate it. Thanks, as always, for listening. See you next time!

Chillin With Teddy G
(Breaking news) Betty White Died At Age 99.

Chillin With Teddy G

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 16:58


Betty White, a beloved icon and actress since the beginning of TV, has died at age 99. Betty White was on TV since the beginning of TV. And in an industry where it's often about being young and hot, White got more popular the older she got. The widely beloved actress was reported dead on Friday, at age 99. White's agent, Jeff Witjas, first confirmed her death to People magazine. White was best known for two characters: The first was Sue Ann Nivens from the Mary Tyler Moore Show. White called the character "your sickeningly sweet neighborhood nymphomaniac." And then there was the naïve Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls, whose greatest disappointment was losing her hometown's Butter Queen pageant due to "churn tampering." White often played characters that seemed innocent on the surface. But underneath, there was something mischievous, even sexual going on. Hosting Saturday Night Live, she dropped double entendres during a spoof of NPR called "Delicious Dish," joking that "my muffin hasn't had a cherry since 1939." White was like a maiden aunt who loved to cut loose and say something outrageous, says Barry Monush. He's a researcher at the Paley Center for Media. "I mean, that's the type of relative, everybody loves relatives like that, the aunt who comes over and speaks her mind, you know, and yet is sweet at the same time." And White had been a part of the family — so to speak — for a long time. She was born January 17, 1922, into a family that loved outdoor activities like camping and hiking. Her parents also loved animals, and White was passionate about animal advocacy work throughout her life. As a young woman she got involved with local theater, radio, and eventually the brand new medium of television, co-hosting a live variety show in LA in the late 40s — for five hours a day. In the 1950s White helped create a sitcom called Life with Elizabeth; she was the star and the producer. And all through her career, she had a constant side-gig as "the first lady of game shows." "I love games and I love game shows," she once said. "I think it's good mental exercise, I think it keeps everybody kind of alert and kind of on his toes." Article continues after sponsor message She was charming, funny, and a good improviser on shows like What's My Line, Password, The Match Game, and Pyramid. She even found love on the game show circuit, marrying the host of Password, Allen Ludden. Getting older was good for White's career. She got her role on The Mary Tyler Moore Show at age 51. From 63 to 70 she was one of the Golden Girls. And she never stopped after that, doing TV shows, sitcoms, movies, commercials, and live celebrity appearances. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Teddy-G/support

Writers on Film
Sam Wasson gives Chinatown The Big Goodbye

Writers on Film

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 73:36


L.A. native Sam Wasson studied Film at Wesleyan University and at the USC School of Cinematic Arts before publishing his first book, A Splurch in the Kisser: The Movies of Blake Edwards, which film critic Andrew Sarris deemed “the critical resurrection of Blake Edwards."In 2010, Wasson's Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M.: Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and the Dawn of the Modern Woman became a New York and Los Angeles Times Best Seller. The book has been translated into over a dozen languages, and was named by Entertainment Weekly one of the best pop-culture books of all time. Paul on Mazursky, Wasson's 2011 book of conversations with the legendary writer-director of Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice and Down and Out in Beverly Hills, moved director Quentin Tarantino to declare Paul Mazursky "one of the great writer-directors of cinema.”Fosse, Wasson's award-winning 2013 biography of the legendary director-choreographer, appeared on over a half-dozen Best of the Year lists and was called “one of the most eloquent showbiz accounts in years” by the Chicago Tribune. In conjunction with the Paley Center for Media, Wasson unearthed "Seasons of Youth," a lost 1961 Fosse television special, now publicly available at the Paley Center's archives in New York and Los Angeles. In addition to his work as an author, Wasson has written for numerous publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The New Yorker. He's served as a consultant for The National Comedy Center in New York and The Film Society of Lincoln Center, was a Visiting Professor of Film at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut and Emerson College in Los Angeles. As panelist and lecturer Wasson has appeared all over the world, from the 92nd Street Y in New York to The Second City in Chicago and the Rome International Film Festival, and has been a featured guest on CNN, BBC, Fox, ABC, NPR, and for The Criterion Collection.In 2017, The New York Times called Wasson's latest book, Improv Nation: How We Made A Great American Art, "one of the most important stories in American popular culture."His latest book, The Big Goodbye: Chinatown and the Last Years of Hollywood, was a New York Times Best Seller. “Sam Wasson's deep dig into the making of the film,” Janet Maslin wrote, “is a work of exquisite precision. It's about much more than a movie. It's about the glorious lost Hollywood in which that 1974 movie was born.”Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/writers-on-film. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Ashley and Brad Show
Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2021-7-23

Ashley and Brad Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 40:17


news birthdays/events do you know an adult spoiled brat? which states are the most addicted to email? news which music icon would you like to have seen live no matter what time you get up...how soon after do you get dressed...or do you? what life lesson do you never seem to learn news ashley's friends got in a fight about prewashed lettuce game: battle of the sexes part 1 game: battle of the sexes part 2 news woman turned being a professional bridesmade into a job 33% of men said torturing their siblings in the backseat is their fondest memory as a child goodbye/fun facts....yada, yada, yada day...The expression “yada yada yada” has been used for years as a way of skipping over uninteresting and/or irrelevant details...there are also many records of it being used in 1940s vaudeville...However, it was in the 1990s, on the TV show Seinfeld that “yada yada yada” really became a ubiquitous catchphrase. In 2009, the Paley Center for Media named “Yada Yada Yada” the No. 1 funniest phrase on “TV's 50 Funniest Phrases”, with several other Seinfeld catchphrases also making that list.

The Box Office Insider Podcast
65. PRIDE MONTH SPECIAL with John Catania '82, Part 2

The Box Office Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 11:33


In honor of June Pride Month and the Carroll Player's 125th Anniversary (June 1896-2021), this special edition features television and media producer John Catania, Class of 1982. This interview first premiered on CU in the Workplace here. After studying Music and Theatre Arts at Carroll in the early 80s, John moved to New York City to begin an active career on the stage. John met his now husband, Charles Ignacio, in 1993 on the staff of the groundbreaking series In the Life, the first U.S. television program ever to document the real lives of LGBTQIA+ people. The historic In the Life series aired on PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) stations for two decades from 1992 to 2012. For In the Life, John was a communications director, stage manager, writer, editor, and staff producer, having created dozens of segments on subjects as wide-ranging as Broadway stage productions to national politics. He produced profiles on former U.S. Representative Barney Frank (Democrat-Massachusetts) and U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (Democrat-Wisconsin), and an interview with President Clinton's White House communications director, George Stephanopoulos. John's 1998 story on the budding gay rights movements in China and Hong Kong was a first for American television. For an earlier story about Chinese gay men in the U.S., he received the Seigenthaler Award for Excellence in Journalism from the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. In 2013, John and Charles spearheaded the committee that oversaw the deposit of all of In the Life's historical materials—consisting of nearly 200 episodes, transcripts and complete paper records, as well as thousands of video source tapes—into the permanent collection of the UCLA Film & Television Archive, the largest university-based media archive in the world, second only to the U.S. Library of Congress. Episodes of In the Life are also part of numerous permanent collections including the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the University of Southern California, the Stonewall National Museum and Archives in Fort Lauderdale, and The Paley Center for Media in New York City. John has presented numerous screenings, talks and workshops about LGBTI rights, most recently in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand at the invitation of locally based NGO's as well as U.S consulates embassies. John and Charles have been life partners for 27 years and were legally married in New York City on July 24, 2011—the first day marriage licenses were issued to same-sex couples in the State of New York.

The Box Office Insider Podcast
64. PRIDE MONTH SPECIAL with John Catania '82, Part 1

The Box Office Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 20:48


In honor of June Pride Month and the Carroll Player's 125th Anniversary (June 1896-2021), this special edition features television and media producer John Catania, Class of 1982. This interview first premiered on CU in the Workplace here. After studying Music and Theatre Arts at Carroll in the early 80s, John moved to New York City to begin an active career on the stage. John met his now husband, Charles Ignacio, in 1993 on the staff of the groundbreaking series In the Life, the first U.S. television program ever to document the real lives of LGBTQIA+ people. The historic In the Life series aired on PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) stations for two decades from 1992 to 2012. For In the Life, John was a communications director, stage manager, writer, editor, and staff producer, having created dozens of segments on subjects as wide-ranging as Broadway stage productions to national politics. He produced profiles on former U.S. Representative Barney Frank (Democrat-Massachusetts) and U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (Democrat-Wisconsin), and an interview with President Clinton's White House communications director, George Stephanopoulos. John's 1998 story on the budding gay rights movements in China and Hong Kong was a first for American television. For an earlier story about Chinese gay men in the U.S., he received the Seigenthaler Award for Excellence in Journalism from the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. In 2013, John and Charles spearheaded the committee that oversaw the deposit of all of In the Life's historical materials—consisting of nearly 200 episodes, transcripts and complete paper records, as well as thousands of video source tapes—into the permanent collection of the UCLA Film & Television Archive, the largest university-based media archive in the world, second only to the U.S. Library of Congress. Episodes of In the Life are also part of numerous permanent collections including the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the University of Southern California, the Stonewall National Museum and Archives in Fort Lauderdale, and The Paley Center for Media in New York City. John has presented numerous screenings, talks and workshops about LGBTI rights, most recently in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand at the invitation of locally based NGO's as well as U.S consulates embassies. John and Charles have been life partners for 27 years and were legally married in New York City on July 24, 2011—the first day marriage licenses were issued to same-sex couples in the State of New York.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
XZRS: Lee Speigel - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 49:31


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York.For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv

KFI Featured Segments
@Conwayshow - Rene Reyes, is the Executive Producer of The Paley Center

KFI Featured Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 8:57


PaleyFest LA, the country's premiere television festival (held virtually this year) will debut to the general public starting on March 30. Selections include “The Queen's Gambit,” “Lovecraft Country,” “Ted Lasso,” “Six Feet Under,” “What We Do in the Shadows” and many others.

Keen On Democracy
Laurence Bergreen on Francis Drake the Pirate, Queen Elizabeth I and the Age of Empires

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 31:59


In this episode of "Keen On", Andrew is joined by Tom Bergreen, the author of "In Search of a Kingdom", to discuss the life and travels of Francis Drake, as well as his relationship with Queen Elizabeth I and the lasting impact that Drake's exploits had on modern British history. Laurence Bergreen is an award-winning biographer, historian, and chronicler of exploration. His books have been translated into over 25 languages worldwide. In May 2017, Roaring Brook Press, a division of Macmillan, published his first Young Adult book, Magellan: Over the Edge of the World, an adaptation of his international bestseller. His most recent adult book is Casanova: The World of a Seductive Genius, published by Simon & Schuster in 2016. His previous book was Columbus: The Four Voyages, a New York Times bestseller, published by Viking in 2011, and Penguin trade paperback in September 2012. It is a selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club, BOMC2, the History Book Club, and the Military Book Club, and is a New York Times Book Review “Editors Choice.” In October 2007, Alfred A. Knopf published Marco Polo: From Venice to Xanadu, a groundbreaking biography of the iconic traveler. His previous work, Over the Edge of the World: Magellan’s Terrifying Circumnavigation of the Globe, was published by William Morrow in October 2003. A New York Times “Notable Book” for 2003, it is also in development as a motion picture and is now in its 33rd printing. This book was awarded the Medalla de Honor by the Asociación de Alcades de V Centenario (spain), 2010. In 1997, Bantam Doubleday Dell published Louis Armstrong: An Extravagant Life, a comprehensive biography drawing on unpublished manuscripts and exclusive interviews with Armstrong colleagues and friends. It appeared on many “Best Books of 1997” lists, including those of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and Publishers Weekly, and has been published in Germany, Finland, and Great Britain. In 1994, Simon & Schuster published his definitive Capone: The Man and the Era. A Book-of-the-Month Club selection, it has been published in numerous foreign languages, was optioned by Miramax, and was a New York Times “Notable Book.” His biography, As Thousands Cheer: The Life of Irving Berlin, appeared in 1990. This book won the Ralph J. Gleason Music Book Award and the ASCAP-Deems Taylor award and received front-page reviews in major American and British newspapers and appeared on bestseller lists; it was also a New York Times “Notable Book” for 1990. His previous biography, James Agee: A Life, was also critically acclaimed and was a New York Times “Notable Book” for 1984. His first book was Look Now, Pay Later: The Rise of Network Broadcasting, published by Doubleday in 1980. He has written for many national publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Esquire, Newsweek, The Chicago Tribune, and Military History Quarterly. He has taught at the New School for Social Research, Kenyon College and served as Assistant to the President of the Paley Center for Media in New York. He has served as a judge for the National Book Awards and the PEN/ Albrand Nonfiction Award. A frequent lecturer at major universities and symposiums, and, on occasion, aboard cruise ships, he has served as a Featured Historian for the History Channel. Mr. Bergreen graduated from Harvard University in 1972. He is a member of PEN American Center, The Explorers Club, the Authors Guild, and the Board of Trustees of the New York Society Library. He lives in New York City and is represented by Dan Conaway of Writers House. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
Time Capsule Episode 213

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 26:36


This episode features my Paleyfest and NYCC interviews featuring Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Ashley Johnson of Blindspot, Gotham's Michael Chiklis and John Stephens, Claire Coffee from Grimm, and Bruce Campbell, Ray Santiago, Jill Marie Jones, and Dana Delorenzo of Ash Vs The Evil Dead. Special thanks to The Paley Center and New York Comic Con.

Seneca's 100 Women to Hear
Pat Mitchell: Media Groundbreaker and Change-Maker

Seneca's 100 Women to Hear

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 30:33


She was the first woman to be president of PBS and of CNN Productions. She launched TED Women. She's won an Emmy, and she's led the Paley Center for Media. And her mission is to elevate women's stories and get more women into leadership. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
Agents Of S.H.I.E.LD. At Paleyfest

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2020 13:10


From 2014, From Paley Fest, I speak to Clark Gregg, Chloe Bennet,Ming-Wa Wen, and executive producer Jeph Loeb. Special thanks to ABC and The Paley Center.Bonus interview Sean Pertwee of Gotham from Paley Fest.

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
Time Capsule Episode 172

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2020 16:35


From 2014, Producer Danny Cannon explains the look of Gotham. Dead Alert as Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and Steve Yeun talk the Walking Dead with me on the red carpet at the Paley Center. Spotlight has Marina Sirtis and Patrick Muldoon talking spooking dolls in their movie, Finders Keepers.

Plan A Konversations
The Arc Of A Story - Introducing, The Mul·ti·tal·ent·ed Gaby Gold

Plan A Konversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 33:51


Gaby Gold is a writer, performer, voiceover artist and teacher. Gaby has performed on and Off-Broadway, on television, radio and the internet. Her original work has been performed at the SoHo Playhouse, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley; BMI, Symphony Space, The Duplex, Prospect Theatre Company, Stage Left Studio, New York Live Arts, 13th Street Rep, The Laurie Beechman Theatre, The Paley Center and Dixon Place. Gaby cherishes having had her solo musical, Calm Mom, directed and "dramaturged" by Theresa Gambacorta for the 2017 FringeNYC. Gaby produced a benefit featuring her original sketches, lyrics and collaborative works to raise money and awareness for children of war in Uganda. She is an alumna of BMI's Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Writing Workshop (Lyricist). She has performed in theatre for young audiences with The Paper Bag Players (Eastern U.S. tour and Tokyo) and The Little Orchestra Society of Lincoln Center, the Grove Street Playhouse and more. Awards include Best Lyrics and Best Song - Series A for ("Autocorrect") for the musical Face to Facebook in the 2012 West Village Musical Theatre Festival (three-time festival participant). Gaby holds a B.A. from Skidmore College and an M.A. in Educational Theatre from NYU. She is a proud NYC DOE middle school Theater Teacher and an Arthur Miller Teaching Fellow.Connect + Learn More About Gaby: GabyGold.com.Today's episode is SPONSORED by Mateo Records. Be sure to purchase Joshua Mateo's new single, "Let's Dance Together" on iTunes HERE and album "In Session" wherever you buy music.Individual Sponsors:Adriane Birt, MDJames J. RollinsWant to support the show through a monetary donation? Feel free to donate via PayPal.ALSO, we are stoked to welcome sponsorship at the Corporate, Community Partner or Individual levels. Please use the email below to connect us to any potential opportunities. Thank you. More Please, in advance.Thank you for listening! Share your thoughts and follow Klay on your favorite social media: @PlanAwithKlay and use the hashtag #PlanA101. Want more Plan A? Subscribe to Klay's website: KlaySWilliams.com. Support the show (https://paypal.me/PlanAEnterprises?locale.x=en_US)

The 'X' Zone UFO Files
XZUFO: Lee Speigel - UFOs and the Media

The 'X' Zone UFO Files

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2020 49:31


UFOs and the Media - Lee Speigel has been interested in the idea of UFOs, aliens, living dinosaurs and the whole range of topics that often overlap the worlds of science and unexplained phenomena since he was a young boy. His first foray into the pursuit and investigation of these topics was in 1975 when he produced and wrote a documentary record album, "UFOs: The Credibility Factor," for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that military and scientific voices came together to disclose their personal UFO encounters and to call for government recognition of the phenomenon. In 1978, in another early attempt at UFO disclosure, but this time on a world stage, Speigel became the only person in history to produce a major presentation on UFOs at the United Nations. Under the sponsorship of Grenada, he brought together leading military and scientific experts who urged world leaders to establish an international UFO study panel. Between 1978 and 1986, Speigel produced, wrote and hosted NBC Radio's "UFO Reports," "Unexplained Phenomena" and "The Edge of Reality" (nearly 1500 local and national programs, spanning eight years.) 1978 was also important as Speigel became one of the first media personalities -- through his NBC Radio features — to bring public awareness of the now-legendary 1947 Roswell, NM, UFO crash; through the efforts of nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Speigel produced a weeklong series of radio reports that featured exclusive interviews with military personnel who were directly involved with the initial Roswell cover-up. Within the same time period as his NBC experience, Speigel was also a feature writer for OMNI magazine, including several cover stories about UFOs and cryptozoology. In 1993, he produced and wrote "Lincoln's Music In America: The Classics In Space," a national award-winning classical music special focusing on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Broadcast over the Concert Music Network, the show was co-hosted by Dr. Frank Drake, founder of the SETI Institute, and is in the permanent collection of the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Between 2007 and 2009, while on staff at ABCNews.com, Speigel wrote feature stories about the Roswell, NM, UFO legend, looking for life in meteorites and the controversial practice of firewalking. Since 2010, Speigel has written hundreds of stories covering unexplained phenomena and UFOs for the AOL-Huffington Post Media Group in New York.

Task Force Gryphon with Commander Cobra

David Bushman is a longtime television curator at The Paley Center for Media and an adjunct professor of media at colleges in the New York area. He is the author of Twin Peaks FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About a Town Both Wonderful and Strange (2016) and Buffy the Vampire Slayer FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About Sunnydale’s Slayer of Vampires, Demons, and Other Forces of Darkness (2017).

Podcast – Henry Lehto
Osa 38: Jukka Lindström palaa toistamiseen takaisin kirjoituspöydälle

Podcast – Henry Lehto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 94:16


Tämän jakson aiheena on uutissatiiri ja vieraana on aiheeseen sopivin henkilö Suomessa: Jukka Lindström. Jukka kertoo tässä jaksossa, miten rakennetaan uutissatiiri. Tiivistelmänä se toimii niin, että puhutaan totuuksia vallanpitäjien tekojen ja puheiden ristiriidoista ja verrataan proteiinirahkaa ihmisjätöksiin. Tämän jälkeen painetaan topsipuikolla aivoon ja seuraa Välihuuto. Jakson linkit: Noin Viikon Uutiset ja Rahka Noin Viikon Uutiset ja Sote Jon Stewart: Burn Noticed Litku Klemetti: Topsipuikolla aivoon Paley Center for Media: Seth Meyersin tiimi Joe Toplyn: Comedy Writing for Late-Night TV Keenan Thompson, Michael Che & Colin Jost on Dave Chappelle: 2019 Mark Twain Prize Ira Glass on Storytelling Mike Birbiglia: Working It Out -podcast

The Breakdown with Robbie
014. Playwright: Kyle Bass

The Breakdown with Robbie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 56:52


Kyle Bass is the author of Possessing Harriet, which received its world premiere at Syracuse Stage, was also produced at Franklin Stage Company, and has upcoming productions at East Lynn Theater Company (NJ) and Hartbeat Ensemble (CT). His new play salt/city/blues will premiere at Syracuse Stage in 2021. Kyle is the co-author of the original screenplay for the film Day of Days (Broad Green Pictures, 2017), which stars award-winning veteran actor Tom Skerritt, and is a two-time recipient of the NYFA Fellowship (for fiction in 1998 and playwriting in 2010), a finalist for the Princess Grace Playwriting Award, and Pushcart Prize nominee. His other full-length plays include Tender Rain, Bleecker Street, and Separated, a piece of documentary theatre about the student military veterans at Syracuse University, which was presented at Syracuse Stage and at the Paley Center in New York. Kyle is the co-author (with Ping Chong) of Cry for Peace: Voices from the Congo, which had its world premiere at Syracuse Stage and was subsequently produced at La MaMa Experimental Theatre in New York. Current projects include the libretto for an opera based on the life and music of legendary folk singer and guitarist Libba Cotten, commissioned by the Society for New Music, and the screenplay adaptation of the novel Milk by Darcy Steinke. Kyle is Associate Artistic Director at Syracuse Stage and Assistant Professor in the Department of Theater at Colgate University where he previously served as the Burke Endowed Chair for Regional Studies, and he is the current Susan P. Stroman Visiting Playwright at the University of Delaware. Kyle holds an M.F.A. in playwriting from Goddard College, and a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America. Kyle is represented by The Barbara Hogenson Agency.

OG Talk
Kimberly Potts, tv & pop culture writer for Hollywood Reporter, Vulture, LA Times guest of OG Talk

OG Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 25:49


This episode was recorded at the pandemic times in New York . We all experienced that harsh reality of world wide crisis . OG Talk crew decided to create a special segment for that period and we called it "OG Chat, Behind Closed Doors". Today our hosts are Vladimir Grinberg & Lauren Passel. Our guest is Kimberly Potts . Kimberly Potts is a television and pop culture writer with a prolific career spanning more than 20 years, with features written for The Hollywood Reporter, Vulture, TV Guide, Esquire.com, Los Angeles Times, The Wrap, and so on. She currently covers the number one sitcom on TV, The Big Bang Theory, for Vulture.com, and recently spent several seasons covering the number one cable drama on TV, The Walking Dead, for Yahoo TV. She’s written oral histories of Deadwood and Breaking Bad, think pieces defending the polarizing series finales of Seinfeld and The Sopranos, and created weekly beat coverage, features, interviews, and recaps of TV comedies, dramas, and reality series, including Orange Is the New Black, Bates Motel, Gilmore Girls, Better Call Saul, The Americans, Gossip Girl, and Dancing with the Stars. She wrote six books , interviewed her TV heroes, including Bryan Cranston, Carol Burnett, Robin Williams, Bob Newhart, Mary Tyler Moore, Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, Betty White, Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Laurie Metcalf, and Conan O'Brien. Kim is regularly asked to moderate TV panels for the 92nd Street Y, the Paley Center, and the Screen Actors Guild in New York City. She has interviewed celebrities for AOL’s live talk show series, AOL Build, and is a regular TV expert guest on WGN Radio’s daily Steve Cochran Show. She and NYT bestselling author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong recently launched a new podcast, Pop Literacy.

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
On The Red Carpet Episode 2

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2020 20:19


More of my conversations from Red Carpet events starting with Ryan Robbins at SDCC 2010. I chatted with Esai Morales talking about Caprica and his life observations at the NY Paley Center. Then two more conversations from the Paley Center with Jay Oliva, director of the animated Dark Knight Returns and distinguished actor James Woods who voiced Owlman in JLA Crisis On Two Earths.

Thoughts on Talks - Rev. Mike & Malayna
Rightest Actions - Ep 29 - Thoughts on Talks

Thoughts on Talks - Rev. Mike & Malayna

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020 79:40


Right Intentions, Right Speech, Right Action...right?What is the right next step? How can we explore My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem together? Rev. Mike suggests using cans with string, Malayna thinks we should learn sign language. How exactly do we proceed? We need to keep checking in with our inner guidance, and take the next best step. How do we move forward while looking out for each other? Is this a great time for introverts? Quotes about right action from Alexander Pope, and a reference to The Da Vinci Code. Being frozen in inaction, indecision, fear of ridicule or mistakes. Mention of Sky Nelson-Isaacs and his book Living in Flow: The Science of Synchronicity and How Your Choices Shape Your World. Why did Einstein do a better job of thinking from the One Mind? A teaser of the July 5th talk. Looking back at history and identifying how far we need to look for the root of the healing. We are one race, all expressing the results of the violence of being alive throughout time. Being willing to be uncomfortable, make mistakes, take responsibility, say I'm sorry. Remembering indigenous people, LGBT rights, climate change. If it's not a mindful action,sometimes it's an unconscious reaction. How can we shift from outrage to change? We could apply the highest journalistic values and integrity to what we choose to post on social media -- fact check. Confederate statues and the power of the stories we build our identities upon. Is there a George Washington statue in England? (Yes! https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g186338-d13896178-Reviews-George_Washington_Statue-London_England.html) Is it okay for our leaders to be good at leadership and not faultless people? Do statues glorify hubris? We don't want to erase history, but learn from the mistakes. Air Disasters happen because several failures line up. We need to look at the whole picture to learn forward. Teach and communicate. Statues of Harriet Tubman - there are lots. Can defacing statues be cathartic? Portland has a statue of Joan of Arc. Why? There's a story. We're adjusting our connection to symbols. The black bodies and white bodies imply a soul to soul connection is the way to healing. Statue to the father of gynecology and the ethics of working with slaves. Always more to the story. Lucy, Anarcha and Betsey deserve our thanks, shift the focus to gratitude. May not need to relitigate the past, but we also can't gloss over it. Simon Sinek, Sapiens - Yuval Noah Harari, Ken Wilber,shifting from work to data, information, consciousness and technology. We are more than a machine. Elijah McClain - https://www.thecut.com/2020/06/the-killing-of-elijah-mcclain-everything-we-know.html Conversation Salaam and Malayna participated in from Paley Center for Media - check @malaynadawn on Facebook. We can save the planet, we start with our own healing and loving those around us.

She’s A Talker
Michael Smith: Room Tone

She’s A Talker

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 25:06


BONUS EPISODE In this bonus live episode, artist Michael Smith talks about how to get creative with bad teaching evaluations. Season 3 coming soon! ABOUT THE GUEST Michael Smith’s recent solo exhibitions and performances include Museo Jumex, Mexico City; Yale Union, Portland, Oregon; Tate Modern, London; and Greene Naftali, New York; and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia. His work is in the collections of the Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin; Inhotim Institute, Brumadinho; LWL Museum für Kunst und Kultur, Münster; Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich; Mumok, Vienna; Museion, Bolzano; Paley Center for Media, New York; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. ABOUT THE HOST Neil Goldberg is an artist in NYC who makes work that The New York Times has described as “tender, moving and sad but also deeply funny.” His work is in the permanent collection of MoMA, he’s a Guggenheim Fellow, and teaches at the Yale School of Art. More information at neilgoldberg.com. ABOUT THE TITLE SHE'S A TALKER was the name of Neil’s first video project. “One night in the early 90s I was combing my roommate’s cat and found myself saying the words ‘She’s a talker.’ I wondered how many other other gay men in NYC might be doing the exact same thing at that very moment. With that, I set out on a project in which I videotaped over 80 gay men in their living room all over NYC, combing their cats and saying ‘She’s a talker.’” A similar spirit of NYC-centric curiosity and absurdity animates the podcast. CREDITS This series is made possible with generous support from Stillpoint Fund.  Producer: Devon Guinn  Creative Consultants: Aaron Dalton, Molly Donahue  Mixer: Andrew Litton  Visuals and Sounds: Joshua Graver  Theme Song: Jeff Hiller  Website: Itai Almor Media: Justine Lee Interns: Alara Degirmenci, Jonathan Jalbert, Jesse Kimotho Thanks: Jennifer Callahan, Nick Rymer, Sue Simon, Maddy Sinnock TRANSCRIPTION NEIL GOLDBERG: Hello, I'm Neil Goldberg, and this is She's A Talker. We recently finished our second season, and we'll be launching Season Three very soon. In the meantime, we thought as a bonus we'd share a live episode that was recorded with artist Mike Smith way back in the good old days of February, 2020. The event happened at the New York headquarters of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Skowhegan's primary program is an intensive summer residency up in Maine for sixty-five emerging visual artists from all over the world. And in 2015, I had the good fortune of being faculty there, and it was actually there that I took the first steps for what would become this podcast. I was inspired by all the experimentation happening, and I decided to play around with this collection of thoughts I'd jotted down on index cards for the past twenty years as the basis for some sort of performance work. So here we are. My guest, Mike Smith, was also faculty at Skowhegan a couple of years before me and has been a favorite artist of mine for years. He's recently shown work at the Tate Modern in London, and his work is also in the permanent collections of MoMA, the Walker Center, the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, and many other places. Here it goes. NEIL: Hi everybody. Thank you so much for coming. So, the premise of the podcast is I typically start with some recent cards, uh, before I bring on a guest. And I thought, uh, this is a recent one: seeing an unflushed toilet at an art school. Now, um, I teach at Yale and, uh, I try to like use the bathroom as far away from where I teach as possible. And I also like to try and mix it up a little bit. So, you know, every now and then I'll go into the basement. Other times I'll go to the second floor. Uh, keep them guessing. And there was a while, very recently at Yale, where every time I walked into a bathroom stall, there was an unflushed toilet full of shit. And I started to think like, okay, is this like a student's like art project? Um, but then beyond that, I really was cognizant of the impact it had on the crits I did later in the day, which is like, I found myself sort of evaluating everything I was seeing in relationship to the impact that seeing a unflushed toilet unexpectedly will have on you. Because think about it, that moment where you're kind of like, you open the stall door and there is the unflushed toilet. That is, I think, what we're all going for as artists. Um. Anyhow.  With all that in mind, I am so happy to have, as my guest, Michael Smith, who I have been a fan of for a very long time. I have actually had the experience, Michael, of going to your shows, and I will say that its impact on me was not unlike that of an unflushed toilet encountered by surprise. So, please welcome Michael Smith. NEIL: Hi, Michael, how are you?  MICHAEL SMITH: I'm okay. I guess I, I don't know if I should be flattered or - what I'm following in terms of the conversation or - NEIL: when in doubt, be flattered.  MICHAEL: Yeah. I have so much to say. I don't know if we'll be able to get to another card.  NEIL: I know, right? Well, what's your elevator pitch for yourself when you? When you encounter someone who doesn't know what it is you do, how do you succinctly describe what it is? MICHAEL: Well, it's usually layered. I usually, I mean, if it's a total stranger, I'll say I'm an artist. And then they say, "Oh, are you a painter?" And I say, no. And then sometimes I'll just cut to the chase and say I'm a performance artist. And then it doesn't go any further.  NEIL: Do you feel like that's accurate though? I mean, that doesn't feel to me like it encompasses the breadth of what you uh, do. MICHAEL: Well, when I first started performing or thinking about performing, I would tell people I was a comic. Because it was, I dunno, it was a little more interesting at parties or whatever. And also performance artist wasn't really part of the vocabulary then. Usually I'd say I'm a comic, and then they'd look at me and they said, "You haven't said anything funny." So, it was like, well, I didn't say I was funny, you know? So.  NEIL: Um, are your parents alive?  MICHAEL: No.  NEIL: When, when they were alive, what would they say that you did?  MICHAEL: My mother probably would say, Michael is Michael. And Michael -  NEIL: That is a full-time job, isn't it?  MICHAEL: Michael had such a sweet voice when he was a child. And my father said, I don't know what the hell he does, you know, he didn't know what it, yeah.  NEIL: Right. I didn't know you were Jewish until quite recently. You're like one of those stealth Jews, you know, Smith. Okay.  MICHAEL: I asked my father once what it was before Smith, and he, he said, Sutton.  NEIL: Sutton? That's like a wall that's been painted multiple times, like, okay, and what was it before Sutton? That's where it gets into like Schmulowitz or whatever. MICHAEL: That got too deep.  NEIL: Yeah, exactly.  MICHAEL: It was, yeah. It's opaque.   NEIL: And what's something on you - today, what's something you've found yourself thinking about? MICHAEL: Well, you know that card you first - NEIL: Oh yeah.  MICHAEL: That card you first brought up. I actually, I've been in my studio for, since '99. And I actually cleaned the toilet in the public bathroom for the, the building because it was just getting a little gross, so I thought I'd clean it.  NEIL: You just took that on yourself?  MICHAEL: I took it on.  NEIL: Wow.  MICHAEL: Yeah. I should also say that when I first came to New York, I was a professional cleaner.  NEIL: Really?  MICHAEL: Yeah. I was very good.  NEIL: I bet.  MICHAEL: Mike the Wipe. I was originally I, I was, I originally was going to be a house - well, I was going to, I advertised in the New York Times, "Mr. Smith will cook and clean." And no one wanted me to cook, you know, just wanted me to clean. NEIL: So many follow-up questions, Mike. Um, shall we move on to the cards? You don't have a choice at this point. We're all in. Uh, this card says: There are no friendly reminders. You know, like, I feel like, is there anything more passive aggressive than someone's like, just a friendly reminder.  MICHAEL: That's like, if they, if they preface what they're going to say with that, yeah. That would be horrible.  NEIL: But they do all the time.  MICHAEL: Really?  NEIL: Yeah. Or in an email - friendly reminder. How many, I mean, haven't you? I've probably gotten a friendly reminder in the last week.  MICHAEL: I guess FYI is not a friendly reminder, huh?  NEIL: No, FYI can be pretty passive aggressive too, but I use it a lot  MICHAEL: BTW?  NEIL: That's fine. Yeah. I dunno.  MICHAEL: So, I have a feeling I probably do it, but I'm not aware of it.  NEIL: Of a friendly reminder?  MICHAEL: Yeah.  NEIL: Hmm. So you're not bothered by it? MICHAEL: Probably, yeah.  NEIL: Probably not bothered by it?  MICHAEL: Probably bothered by it. Yeah, I am. I get bothered by people easily. And I had something really good to say, but I've, I've already forgotten it.  NEIL: I'm excited for the rest of this conversation, Mike. This is, um.  MICHAEL: I'm still thinking about that dirty toilet.  NEIL: We could go back to that anytime you want. NEIL: Uh, this card says: Things that are lost but you know will turn up. Talk to me.  MICHAEL: Well, I, I was with a friend the other day, and, um, I, I said, Oh, I don't, I don't recognize that person. I said, I'm not good with faces. And then she mentioned the name and I said, no, I'm, I don't recognize the name. I'm not good with names. And she said. Mike, what else is there besides faces and names? So anyways, I just wait until it comes, you know, it just till, the name comes, I just wait and wait. And in the morning, I figure, after looking at all those places for the keys or whatever, I'll eventually find it. And then I'll look in the unlikely places and I find it. NEIL: What are the unlikely places in your life for keys?  MICHAEL: You know where I've been to keeping them lately? On my front door. So I go outside and they're always there now, so yeah. That's where I seem to keep them.  NEIL: That is really, why don't we all just keep them there?  MICHAEL: Right. I trust my neighbors, evidently.   NEIL: We just very recently got a knock on the door from our neighbor Arlene. A shout out to Arlene if you're listening, and I know you're not, but, um, bless Arlene who very aggressively knocked on our door. She kind of is like policing the hall in a very loving way, but authoritative. And I left the keys in the door. And um, you could tell Arlene lived for this moment. The keys, they're in the door! You know, it's like, and uh, and then of course I have to like reciprocate with like, um, thank you so much. Oh God. Wow. How did we do that? Thank you, Arlene.  MICHAEL: I have - the person that polices our place, uh, has a Trump hat.  NEIL: Oh no. I don't know if I could deal with that.  MICHAEL: He is taking over the recycling, which is great, but he's got it under lock and key, literally under lock and key. So you go downstairs to get rid of your bottles and stuff. And it takes a lot longer. So then everybody just leaves it down there.  NEIL: Every now and then, forgive me, is there like a, an immigrant child in there as well?  MICHAEL: Oh, there's not an immigrant child, but there is something I think it, I realized it bothers him, that people pick through the garbage and it's mostly like, you know...  NEIL: The people who shouldn't be here. From the shithole countries. MICHAEL: Yeah. So I thought about that later and then I just didn't want to think about it anymore cause I was getting all upset.  NEIL: Um, have you had a political conversation with him or?  MICHAEL: I don't go there. Yeah, he's on, he's a little unstable and he asked, one time he asked me if I wanted to take something outside.  NEIL: Oh, he asked you if you want to, I thought, take something outside like garbage. MICHAEL: Right.  NEIL: But no, he wanted to take a discussion outside.  MICHAEL: Yeah.  NEIL: Wow. I'm gay enough that I have never had that conversation, you know? Uh, or if it is, it's like, it's nasty and it's happened a long time ago and it wasn't a fight. Um, wow. Okay. I'm glad that worked out okay. Uh, this card says: Read my - MICHAEL: Can I be, can I, I had a hard time reading that, kind of, reading them.  NEIL: Yeah. Well.  MICHAEL: Your penmanship is like...  NEIL: Well, I always say if my, if my handwriting were a font, it would be called Suicide Note, so I'm...  MICHAEL: Not judging. I just said I had a hard time, you know, deciphering it at times.  NEIL: Yeah. Read my course evaluations at my funeral. That's what that says.  MICHAEL: Oh, well, I was thinking that when, when I do pass, I would like to get ahead of the thing and have people send out a, uh, an announcement saying, if you happen to be in the neighborhood, you know, come to my show, I'll be like, you know -  NEIL: I'll be here for eternity. MICHAEL: Um, class evaluations. Yeah. I love my class evaluations and I save them and I, I find them very funny. One, I actually made a poster and it was, uh, it was, "I'm not sure if I agree with the way Professor Smith teaches this class. He called my work crap and he called us idiots. This is a waste of my time and money." I was very happy with that.  NEIL: And you made that into a poster?  MICHAEL: I made it into a poster.  NEIL: Do you, do you have any other ones that come to mind? I bet you get great course evaluations.  MICHAEL: Some are good. But like I, I forget them, you know, um, I get them, I still get them handwritten. You're supposed to, a lot of people just go online, but I always, I always hand them out and, and I, I have to leave the room and I always say to them, before, "My livelihood and my future is dependent on how you judge me. And I'm so sorry, I meant to bring the donuts. We'll get to that." NEIL: Huh? See, I try to be real coy about it. Like, you know, they make me do this and, you know, try and like keep it open to, um, other than positive feedback. But obviously it's a desperate wish for approval. MICHAEL: Yeah. I, I always tell them I care deeply for them too, when I'm, yeah. You know, I care deeply for all of you.  NEIL: See, you can,  MICHAEL: One thing - I, one of my students who I happen to, like, he-  NEIL: Happen to like. Whatever.  MICHAEL: He came up to me and he said, you know, Mike, even when we're watching videos in the dark, we always know what you're thinking. We can always read you.  NEIL: Wow. That's a scary thought.  MICHAEL: It is. Cause I'm, I have no filter with, you know, I, I just, it, it comes out, I just sort of convey it with my face.  NEIL: See, I find you, because there is a kind of like genial neutrality, you know, like the, the idea of like quote unquote resting bitch face. You have kind of like resting, mm, bemused face. Um, I find it actually kind of opaque. I wish I knew what you were thinking.  MICHAEL: You know what? A lot of times nothing. I get the feeling I'm not answering the, I'm not answering these cards very, uh.  NEIL: Do you need me to take care of you a little bit right now in terms of - I think you're doing a phenomenal job. You know, this is a fucked up, um, project, by the way, because everyone, like I, I once was doing an iteration of it and this kind of high powered curator said to me, did I do okay, or did I do it right? And I wanted to say like, you did, there's no way of not doing this right, but let's talk about why you've never put me in a show. But that's a different story. The faces of spectators at art world performances. The dutifulness and absence of pleasure. We've all seen this like documentation of a performance at an art event and you see like the spectators, like-  MICHAEL: I often say to my, uh, um, to myself and sometimes my students, where's the joy? Looking for the joy. You're talking about pleasure. I'm looking for the - all the time, I'm wondering about that.  NEIL: Where's the joy? Yeah. I'm stealing the hell out of that for any teaching I do. And also, that would be my teaching evaluation for like 95% of the art I see. I mean, it can be art about, um, Auschwitz and you can still appropriately ask the question, where's the joy? Don't you think? Provocative question.  MICHAEL: Um. NEIL: What was the question?  MICHAEL: No, no, no. I thought I'd get some room tone. You know, we start with the toilet and then we put, where's the joy with Auschwitz. You know, this is- NEIL: This is like a balanced meal or something. I'll take the toilet, joy, and Auschwitz. Well, we'll have to talk about what constitutes dessert within that.  NEIL: Uh, okay. Let's try this: The brutality of a memorial service having a duration. MICHAEL: All right. Are you, a duration, like a time limit or like, um, it doesn't end?  NEIL: You answer it however you want.  MICHAEL: Well, I, I, I think brevity can be good, you know, um, and I don't think I need to go to a durational memorial. I may have misunderstood the question or, not the question, the card. I have been in position where I've, I've helped organize them in a, you know, like emceed them. So you get a little nervous, you know, so you want to keep it like, it becomes like a fucking variety show. NEIL: Exactly. That is so true. Memorial services are a variety show.  MICHAEL: I don't know if that's appropriate. You know?  NEIL: What should it be instead?  MICHAEL: Well, it can, I guess it, it should be kind of free-flowing and with me at the helm, it's not going to be free-flowing. NEIL: Because you keep it, you keep it moving? MICHAEL: I try to, yeah.  NEIL: That's a lot of responsibility. I've never, I, I've done, I, I seem to be the person who you will call to do the slide show for your loved one's memorial. I've done a number of them.  MICHAEL: That's a lot of work.  NEIL: It is. And you can't complain about it. Uh, you know.  MICHAEL: And also you have to be in touch with people to get that material.  NEIL: That I - that I have subcontracted and, you know, but even so, it's a lot of work. And you do not want to fuck that one up. Um. But see, for me, I love the idea of durational, like for those of our listeners who don't know, there's a terminology within the art world of durational art, and to me that is like the height of decadence. Like we have such a surplus of time, you know, that we're going to make art from that surplus or something. You know what I mean?  MICHAEL: I have a, getting back to my students, I have a, um, a three-hand rule.  NEIL: Oh, let's hear it.  MICHAEL: Um, well, if some of the, when I'm covering some work like early seventies, you know, and you kind of get the idea after like five minutes and it goes on. If, if one person, three people raised their hand, we'd go onto the next video.  NEIL: I am learning so much today.  MICHAEL: But I don't think you can do that in memorial service. I don't think that'll, I don't think that'll work, no. NEIL: Oh, that's funny.  MICHAEL: How surprised would they be if you, you mentioned that in the beginning of the memorial? NEIL: Yeah, listen, not to create pressure, but it's kind of like the Apollo where you get the hook. MICHAEL: How am I doing, how am I doing? Yeah. Right.  NEIL: Okay. A bad X you would take over a good Y. So, for me, perpetually, my example is I would take a bad episode of RuPaul's Drag Race over a good Godard movie. So, what's a bad X you would take over a good Y?  MICHAEL: Well, I'm of the school that something bad can have lots of charm. There's something redeeming about it. Where there's something is overly so good, like a certain kind of Broadway kind of, um...  NEIL: Careful.  MICHAEL: Yeah. Well, you understand a certain kind of large delivery or something. A certain styling, a certain song-styling. Um, oh, I'm going to lose the whole audience on this reference. NEIL: Go for it. You have me.  MICHAEL: Okay. The, the, the Bobby Short commercial singing Charlie. I would, I will always cringe at that one. And then I would much rather take a bad public access, uh, commercial than that.  NEIL: There's a fragrance that's here to stay and they call it Charlie. NEIL: Um, so Mike, uh, what is it that keeps you going? MICHAEL: Uh. Hm. I don't know what's keeping me going right now. Um, that's a big one. Um, I, you know, when I was lot younger and doing my work, I, you know, and reinventing the wheel, you know, reinventing the wheel and stuff, I was very excited. But I don't, I wonder what, what keeps me going? No one knows. No one knows. Looking for the joy.  NEIL: On that note, thank you to all of you for being here. Thank you, Mike, for coming to this live taping. Thank you to everyone at Skowhegan. Sarah, Katie, Kris, Carrie, Paige, everyone else. Um, now, this series is made possible with generous support - thank you Jesus - for Still Point Fund. Oh, Siri, something set Siri off. That's, that's my husband, Jeff. Um, oh, sorry. I know, you know, it's interesting. One of the cards I have is every time I stub my toe, I look for someone to blame. And it's often Jeff. And, um, so. Uh, the calls are coming from inside the house. The house being my subjectivity. Let's do that again cause this is important. This series is made possible with generous support from Still Point Fund. Devon Guinn is our producer. Molly Donahue and Aaron Dalton are our consulting producers. Justine Lee handles social media. Our interns are Alara Degirmenci, Jonathan Jalbert, Jesse Kimotho, and Rachel Wang. Our card-flip beats come from Josh Graver. And my husband, Jeff, sings the theme song you're about to hear. And he's going to perform it live. He's a professional. JEFF HILLER: She's a talker with Neil Goldberg. She's A Talker at Skowhegan. She's A Talker, it's better than it sounds. NEIL: Thank you, everybody. Thanks everyone for listening to this bonus episode. Keep your eyes open for She's A Talker, Season Three, coming soon. And in the meantime, be well.