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Best podcasts about Sidney Poitier

Latest podcast episodes about Sidney Poitier

Battleship Pretension
790. Sidney Poitier with Aaron Neuwirth

Battleship Pretension

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 96:48


David is joined by Aaron Neuwirth to discuss the career of Sidney Poitier.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wellness, Wholeness & Wisdom Radio Alternative Medicine Therapies Plus
Wellness, Wholeness & Wisdom: Psychologist Parthenia Izzard CNHP & S. Poitier

Wellness, Wholeness & Wisdom Radio Alternative Medicine Therapies Plus

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 53:00


Tonight, 5/4/2022Host, Psychologist, and Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner Parthenia Izzard, is rebroadcasting, in Loving Memory, a 6/9/2007, Sidney Poitier, author of, The Measure of a Man program. Aspiritual autobiography.An Oprah Book Club Book. Sadly, Sidney passed away 1/6/2022. This anniversary program includes brief “wisdom prints” of previous guests [James Redfield, Bishop Bernard Jordan, Immaculee Ilibagiza, Collette Baron-Reid, and Antonio "Huggy Bear" Fargas]; and closes with some of the host's, Parthenia Izzard's, wisdom. Email: https://conta.cc/3kCIbH7 New guests Tuesdays from the world of alternative medicine therapies [nutrition, meditation, yoga, energy medicine, acupressure, iridology], related products [organic teas, supplements, technology],and issues [aging, lifestyle changes, relationships, healthcare]. Sharing expertise and wisdom. Wednesdays and Thursdays are rebroadcasted programsand open discussions on hot topics. Welead you toa healthier way of life physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

The Tap Love Tour Podcast
Episode 112: Richard Wesley - Writing Bojangles

The Tap Love Tour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 65:10


This week we are joined by professor, playwright and screen writer for the Showtime Movie 'Bojangles', Richard Wesley. Professor Wesley shares his insights on the process of writing the movie in conversation with Gregory Hines, his friendship with Sidney Poitier and gives key advice for celebrating International Tap Dance Day. Join our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/travisknights Subscribe to the Tap Love Tour Podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/the-tap-love-tour Subscribe to the Tap Love Tour Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsSfLevc4PJTChTNkmf5GVw?view_as=subscriber

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television
Budd Moss, Sidney Poitier, Melvin Belli, and The Godfather

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 23:11


TVC 575.1: Part 2 of a conversation that began last week with Budd Burton Moss, legendary Hollywood talent manager and agent, and the namesake of The Burton Moss Hollywood Golden Era Award, an award that honors legendary actors and actresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Topics this segment include a tribute to Budd's dear friend Sidney Poitier and the role that Budd played in getting legendary attorney Melvin Belli to audition for the role of Don Corleone in The Godfather. Our friends at the Gold Coast International Film Festival will honor William Holden in early May as the next recipient of The Burton Moss Hollywood Golden Era Award. Stefanie Powers will accept the award that night on Holden's behalf in a ceremony that will take place in Great Neck, New York. For reservations and more information, call (516) 829-2570 or visit GoldCoastArts.org. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email sales@advertisecast.com or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast
Ch, 8- PORGY AND BESS

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 38:47


PORGY AND BESS COMPOSER: George Gershwin LYRICIST: Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward BOOK: DuBose Heyward SOURCE: Porgy by DuBose Heyward (1925)  DIRECTOR: Rouben Mamoulian PRINCIPLE CAST: Anne Brown (Bess), John W. Bubbles (Sportin' Life), Todd Duncan (Porgy),  OPENING DATE: October 10th, 1935 CLOSING DATE: January 25th, 1936 PERFORMANCES: 124 SYNOPSIS: When the murderous Crown abandons his lover Bess, a disabled beggar, Porgy, vows to protect her. When Crown vows to return and take Bess away, Porgy and Bess's love for one another is thrown into peril.  With a score and libretto by George and Ira Gershwin with DuBose Heyward respectively, Porgy and Bess tells the controversial love story of a disabled Black man named Porgy through the style of grand opera. The premiere production featured a troupe of classically trained Black singers and was significant for the way it fused American folk music with classical orchestrations. Key songs became standards in their day, and ‘Summertime' maintains its popularity as a jazz cover. Davóne Tines explores the complexity of this piece, specifically how it relates to the black experience being created through a white lens.  Davóne Tines- Heralded as a "singer of immense power and fervor" and “[one] of the most powerful voices of our time” (@latimes) "the immensely gifted American bass-baritone Davóne Tines has won acclaim, and advanced the field of classical music." (@nytimes) this “next generation leader (Time Magazine) is a path-breaking artist at the intersection of many histories, cultures, and aesthetics, his work blends opera, spirituals, gospel, and anthems, as a means to tell a deeply personal story of perseverance and human connection. SOURCES Porgy and Bess Members of the Original Broadway Cast Recording. Decca (1940) Porgy and Bess, starring Dorothy Dandridge and Sidney Poitier, directed by Otto Preminger. Columbia Pictures (1959) The Strange Career of Porgy and Bess: Race, Culture, and America's Most Famous Opera by Ellen Noonan, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press (2012) The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess: A 75th Anniversary Celebration by Robin Thompson, Amadeus (2010) “On My Way”: The Untold Story of Rouben Mamoulian, George Gershwin, and Porgy and Bess by Joseph Horowitz, W.W. Norton & Company (2013) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wellness, Wholeness & Wisdom Radio Alternative Medicine Therapies Plus
Wellness, Wholeness & Wisdom: Psychologist Parthenia Izzard CNHP & S. Poitier

Wellness, Wholeness & Wisdom Radio Alternative Medicine Therapies Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 53:00


Tonight, 4/13/2022Host, Psychologist, and Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner Parthenia Izzard, is rebroadcasting, in Loving Memory, a 6/9/2007, Sidney Poitier, author of, The Measure of a Man program. Aspiritual autobiography.An Oprah Book Club Book. Sadly, Sidney passed away 1/6/2022. This anniversary program includes brief “wisdom prints” of previous guests [James Redfield, Bishop Bernard Jordan, Immaculee Ilibagiza, Collette Baron-Reid, and Antonio "Huggy Bear" Fargas]; and closes with some of the host's, Parthenia Izzard's, wisdom. Email: https://conta.cc/3uyDzrc New guests Tuesdays from the world of alternative medicine therapies [nutrition, meditation, yoga, energy medicine, acupressure, iridology], related products [organic teas, supplements, technology], and issues [aging, lifestyle changes, relationships, healthcare]. Sharing expertise and wisdom. Wednesdays and Thursdays are rebroadcasted programsand open discussions on hot topics. Welead you toa healthier way of life physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

La Diez Capital Radio
El Remate; comienza la Semana Santa (13-04-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 140:48


Programa de actualidad informativa, presentado y dirigido por Miguel Angel González Suárez. www.ladiez.es Nuestro principal objetivo es informar, formarnos y entretener con mucho humor inteligente. - Informativo de primera hora del miércoles 13 de Abril de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy se cumplen 49 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Buenos días Ucrania. Día Internacional del Beso. El Día Internacional del Beso se celebra el 13 de abril como un homenaje al beso de más larga duración que se ha registrado en la historia, que tuvo lugar en Tailandia y duro 58 horas, 35 minutos y 58 segundos para conmemorar el Día de San Valentín. Además, esta fecha es un recordatorio de la importancia que tiene el beso para las relaciones humanas. 1499.- Fundación de la Universidad Complutense, por la bula que concede el Papa Alejandro IV y que transforma el Estudio General de Alcalá de Henares en Universidad. 1943: en la Bahía de San Francisco, se escapan cuatro presos (James Boardman, Fred Hunter, Harold Brest y Floyd G. Hamilton) de la Prisión de Alcatraz. Tal día como hoy 13 de abril de 1964, Sidney Poitier se convierte en el primer actor negro en ganar el Premio Oscar de Hollywood al mejor actor por su papel en Los Lirios del Valle. 1975.- Comienza la guerra civil en Líbano, que duró 15 años. Años más tarde, 13 de abril de 1997, Tiger Woods de 21 años se convierte en el golfista más joven en ganar el Torneo Masters de Augusta. 2002: en Venezuela, el presidente Hugo Chávez reasume el poder luego de haber sido depuesto por un golpe de Estado dos días antes. El 13 de abril de 2012 el rey tropezó en Botsuana, se rompió la cadera e inició el camino que conduciría a su abdicación. Esa fue la noche en la que a Juan Carlos I se le cayeron encima un elefante, Corinna y la Corona. Santos Hermenegildo, Martín I y Quintiniano. La versión rusa de la invasión de Ucrania. Rusia asegura que vencerá en Ucrania y que Occidente no podrá aislarla. Vladimir Putin alerta de nuevas oleadas de inmigrantes que también llegarán a países occidentales. Tropas ucranianas denuncian el uso de armas químicas en Mariúpol. España dobla la tasa de desempleo de la OCDE. Baja dos décimas en febrero pero sigue en el 12,6%, y el paro juvenil roza el 30%, triplicando la media común. Y la media de la OCDE es del 5,2. Siete años y medio de cárcel para el hombre que se ofreció a matar a Pedro Sánchez en Twitter. La Audiencia Nacional ha condenado a 7 años y 6 meses de prisión al vigilante de Seguridad que manifestó en 2018 en las redes sociales su intención de asesinar al Presidente del Gobierno Pedro Sánchez. El tribunal le impone 2 años y 6 meses por el delito de homicidio en grado de proposición y 5 años de prisión por depósito de armas de guerra. Además le condena a 8 años de privación del derecho a la tenencia y porte de armas. Bares y restaurantes tendrán que ofrecer agua del grifo gratis. Los establecimientos de hostelería y restauración tendrán que ofrecer “siempre” a los consumidores o usuarios de sus servicios la posibilidad de beber agua no envasada de grifo de manera gratuita. Esto depende de una Ley de Residuos y Suelos Contaminados para una Economía Circular que ha entrado en vigor tras su publicación este pasado sábado en el Boletín Oficial del Estado. La inflación costará este año 2.300 euros a las familias canarias. La vivienda, los alimentos y el transporte concentran el 65% del gasto de los hogares isleños y son los grupos más inflacionistas en 2022. TUI es muy optimista respecto a la recuperación del turismo en Canarias. En general, las cifras de reservas a Canarias son en estos momentos «muy prometedoras», señala el turoperador. Ultiman los detalles del vuelo inaugural que unirá Tenerife y Nueva York. Tenerife y Nueva York quedarán unidas tres veces por semana. - Sección de actualidad informativa en el programa El Remate de Miguel Angel González Suárez, en La Diez Capital Radio con el periodista José Juan Pérez Capote, El Número Uno. - Sección informativa en el programa El Remate de Miguel Angel González Suárez con el periodista, colaborador y director de programas en La Diez capital Radio, Francisco Pallero. Bajo un prisma muy particular. - Sección en el programa El Remate de Miguel Angel González Suárez con el director y creador de todoenjoy.com, Moises Correa. En La Diez Capital Radio. Damos a conocer las mejores sugerencias para estos día de Semana Santa.

La Diez Capital Radio
Informativo; La Diez Capital Radio (13-04-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 21:56


Informativo de primera hora del miércoles 13 de Abril de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy se cumplen 49 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Buenos días Ucrania. Día Internacional del Beso. El Día Internacional del Beso se celebra el 13 de abril como un homenaje al beso de más larga duración que se ha registrado en la historia, que tuvo lugar en Tailandia y duro 58 horas, 35 minutos y 58 segundos para conmemorar el Día de San Valentín. Además, esta fecha es un recordatorio de la importancia que tiene el beso para las relaciones humanas. 1499.- Fundación de la Universidad Complutense, por la bula que concede el Papa Alejandro IV y que transforma el Estudio General de Alcalá de Henares en Universidad. 1943: en la Bahía de San Francisco, se escapan cuatro presos (James Boardman, Fred Hunter, Harold Brest y Floyd G. Hamilton) de la Prisión de Alcatraz. Tal día como hoy 13 de abril de 1964, Sidney Poitier se convierte en el primer actor negro en ganar el Premio Oscar de Hollywood al mejor actor por su papel en Los Lirios del Valle. 1975.- Comienza la guerra civil en Líbano, que duró 15 años. Años más tarde, 13 de abril de 1997, Tiger Woods de 21 años se convierte en el golfista más joven en ganar el Torneo Masters de Augusta. 2002: en Venezuela, el presidente Hugo Chávez reasume el poder luego de haber sido depuesto por un golpe de Estado dos días antes. El 13 de abril de 2012 el rey tropezó en Botsuana, se rompió la cadera e inició el camino que conduciría a su abdicación. Esa fue la noche en la que a Juan Carlos I se le cayeron encima un elefante, Corinna y la Corona. Santos Hermenegildo, Martín I y Quintiniano. La versión rusa de la invasión de Ucrania. Rusia asegura que vencerá en Ucrania y que Occidente no podrá aislarla. Vladimir Putin alerta de nuevas oleadas de inmigrantes que también llegarán a países occidentales. Tropas ucranianas denuncian el uso de armas químicas en Mariúpol. España dobla la tasa de desempleo de la OCDE. Baja dos décimas en febrero pero sigue en el 12,6%, y el paro juvenil roza el 30%, triplicando la media común. Y la media de la OCDE es del 5,2. Siete años y medio de cárcel para el hombre que se ofreció a matar a Pedro Sánchez en Twitter. La Audiencia Nacional ha condenado a 7 años y 6 meses de prisión al vigilante de Seguridad que manifestó en 2018 en las redes sociales su intención de asesinar al Presidente del Gobierno Pedro Sánchez. El tribunal le impone 2 años y 6 meses por el delito de homicidio en grado de proposición y 5 años de prisión por depósito de armas de guerra. Además le condena a 8 años de privación del derecho a la tenencia y porte de armas. Bares y restaurantes tendrán que ofrecer agua del grifo gratis. Los establecimientos de hostelería y restauración tendrán que ofrecer “siempre” a los consumidores o usuarios de sus servicios la posibilidad de beber agua no envasada de grifo de manera gratuita. Esto depende de una Ley de Residuos y Suelos Contaminados para una Economía Circular que ha entrado en vigor tras su publicación este pasado sábado en el Boletín Oficial del Estado. La inflación costará este año 2.300 euros a las familias canarias. La vivienda, los alimentos y el transporte concentran el 65% del gasto de los hogares isleños y son los grupos más inflacionistas en 2022. TUI es muy optimista respecto a la recuperación del turismo en Canarias. En general, las cifras de reservas a Canarias son en estos momentos «muy prometedoras», señala el turoperador. Ultiman los detalles del vuelo inaugural que unirá Tenerife y Nueva York. Tenerife y Nueva York quedarán unidas tres veces por semana.

GROW Podcast
A Slap in the Face

GROW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 20:24


GROW Greatness Reached over Oppression through Wisdom I don't watch TV but the talk is everywhere, here is My ‘O' on the Slap in the face of Oppression, I call itIt's time for some folks to GROWYou have nearly a Hundred year old Institution called ‘The Oscars' which has Contributed to the Racism and divide in this Country and the WorldIt still places Caucasian Artists, all due respect to them, above other artists,So much So, that finally, in 1940, ‘The Academy' bestowed an Oscar to a Beautiful young African WoMan, but would not even allow her into the theater to participate in the ceremony until a movie producer lobbied on her behalf,Her win failed to translate to more and better roles for nonwhite actors, either, as stereotypes continued to abound and actors of color continued to be shut out of "Oscar-y" roles. No Black actor or actress would win an Oscar in any category again until twenty years later in 1963, when Sidney Poitier won for best actorMs. Hattie McDaniel, who is with us in Spirit,  as She is with God, Gone with The Wind, her Legacy GROWs Forth in me‘The Academy,' although warming, was and still is a hotbed for Racism, it's worth the Pass, I'd rather watch Paint dry than to watch so much deserving talent get Overlooked, it's like,   A Slap in the FaceSow Love, GROWUse the Mind to Reach, the Heart to Love,The Hands to Teach, not to Beat, in the end, when we Leave it all my friend, the Soul is God's to do Away with or to Keep,God our Father said LoveLove is an Action wordLove and Be LoveWe can't Control others, not even what ‘They' say, As we GROW,let us have the Will to Control ourselves, we Will achieve Greatness and Will be a Role model to others

Naked with Cari Champion
The Artist You Know - Omar Epps

Naked with Cari Champion

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 62:58


In this premiere episode of Season 2, we return with the incomparable Omar Epps. The spectrum of topics ranges from; his first film at seventeen, finding his wife, his experiences with Sidney Poitier and 2Pac, the teachable moment that was the 2022 Oscars incident, and his upcoming film, “The Devil You Know”.  He is a quiet force and throughout his career has exemplified that art speaks louder and great art creates an undeniable legacy…and not-to-mention a collection of classics for the culture. Share your story with us @nakedwithcarichampion Connect @OmarEpps @CariChampion Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Classic Movie Reviews Podcast
In the Heat of the Night (1967)

Classic Movie Reviews Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 25:33


Masterful actors Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger are on fire in the racially charged smalltown drama In the Heat of the Night (1967) The Coyote's Tale, a noir mystery by John Cornelison is available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle Support the show with a purchase from Merch SPREAD THE WORD! If you enjoyed this episode head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review, and subscribe! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcast Find us at: Libsyn Page Ganna Amazon Music Spotify Radiodotcom We would love to get your feedback! Email jec@classicmovierev.com Read more at classicmovierev.com

Cinefilia & Companhia
Dicas da semana 03

Cinefilia & Companhia

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 15:32


As dicas desta semana estão deliciosas. A primeira é de Juliana Varella, que traz o novo livro de Cristhiano Aguiar – Gótico Nordestino –, sucesso nas livrarias. Henrique Pires voltou aos clássicos, ao falar de “Noites brancas”, mais um do incrível Fiodor Dostoiévski. Hugo Harris finaliza com uma homenagem a Sidney Poitier, ao falar do vencedor do Oscar de 1968: “No calor da noite”. ------------------------------------------------- Entre em contato com o Cinefilia & Companhia, e deixe seus comentários, elogios e opiniões sobre os filmes tratados. E-mail: cinefilia.companhia@gmail.com Instagram: @cinefiliaecompanhia YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN5rLEZLWrqNclWE1KshDVg ------------------------------------------------- Pauta: Henrique Pires, Hugo Harris e Juliana Varella Apresentação: Hugo Harris Edição do episódio: Henrique Pires Artes gráficas: Joe Borges Trilha de aberturas: JF Borges Coordenação de Comunicação: Juliana Varella Coordenação de Edição e Artes: Henrique Pires Coordenação Geral: Hugo Harris

BS Movies
Sidney Poitier

BS Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 30:57


Brian and Shelly discuss the films of Sidney Poitier including In The Heat Of The Night, Guess Who's Coming To Dinner and To Sir With Love

GenreVision
STIR CRAZY (1980)

GenreVision

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 59:42


Drew and Travis go Stir Crazy with Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor and director Sidney Poitier! TIMESTAMPS 00:00:00 - Stir Crazy 00:36:36 - The Shelf 00:43:07 - Calls to Action 00:44:37 - Scream (2021) 00:59:42 - End SHOW LINKS Holes The Longest Yard (1974) Scream (2022)

America's Work Force Union Podcast
Kathy Newman (Working Class Perspectives) / Emil Ramirez (USW)

America's Work Force Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 54:40


Kathy Newman, Professor of Literary and Cultural studies for Carnegie Mellon University and a contributor to Working Class Perspectives, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast and spoke about a blog she wrote about Sidney Poitier's life as an actor and his working class roots.   United Steelworkers Union District 11 Director Emil Ramirez was today's second guest and he talked about the need to increase the domestic mining of precious metals needed for solar panels, wind turbines, electric car batteries and other technologies.

The Academy Museum Podcast
2002: This Door Has Been Opened

The Academy Museum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 35:44


The first episode for this season, “2002: This Door Has Been Opened,” revisits the historic night when Halle Berry became the first Black woman to win the Academy Award® for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in Monster's Ball (2001). Her emotional speech closed out a night that was marked by a celebration of Black excellence: Sidney Poitier received a lifetime achievement award and Denzel Washington won the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in Training Day (2001). But while the night seemed to signal a historic shift, Berry now calls her historic win "one of my biggest heartbreaks." Berry reveals to Stewart how the night felt from her perspective and the ways in which the win impacted her career. Academy Museum digital engagement platforms, including this podcast, are sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.

Invasion of the Remake Podcast
Ep.332 The Day of the Jackal (1973) Vs. The Jackal (1997)

Invasion of the Remake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 98:07


An assassin known only as The Jackal is hired to kill President Charles de Gaulle of France in The Day of the the Jackal (1973) while investigators try to beat the clock and find him before the Jackal does the unthinkable. Bruce Willis, Richard Gere and Sidney Poitier star in a modern remake in a United States setting where the FBI takes on an unlikely ally to find the assassin in The Jackal (1997). Join us as we target The Day of the Jackal and the remake The Jackal in a comparison that will leave only one movie standing! Support independent podcasts like ours by telling your friends and family how to find us at places like Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tune In Radio, PodChaser, Amazon Music, Audible, Libsyn, iHeartRadio and all the best podcast providers. Spread the love! Like, share and subscribe! You can also help out the show with a positive review and a 5-star rating over on iTunes. We want to hear from you and your opinions will help shape the future of the show. Your ratings and reviews also help others find the show. Their "earballs" will thank you. Follow us on Twitter: @InvasionRemake Like and share us on Facebook & Instagram: Invasion of the Remake Email us your questions, suggestions, corrections, challenges and comments: invasionoftheremake@gmail.com Buy a cool t-shirt, PPE masks and other Invasion of the Remake swag at our TeePublic Store!

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
[Full episode] Eric Bauza, Suzanne Simard, Denzel Washington

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 56:47


Voice actor Eric Bauza — the latest voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and more — tells us how he came to lend his voice to some of the most recognizable cartoon characters in history. Ecologist and Canada Reads panellist Suzanne Simard talks about defending Life in the City of Dirty Water by Clayton Thomas-Müller in this year's battle of the books. Actor Denzel Washington discusses his turn as Lord Macbeth in the new film The Tragedy of Macbeth, plus what the legacy of the late Sidney Poitier means to him.

Matinee Minutiae
A Patch of Blue (1965)

Matinee Minutiae

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 70:35


DJ & Toppie discuss the trivia behind the 1965 Drama, Romance "A Patch of Blue" starring Sidney Poitier, Shelley Winters and introducing Elizabeth Hartman. Join us again Live on UniVoz Fri 4/1 @9pm EDT Write to DJ & Toppie at matineeminutiae@gmail.com Leave a comment on our page at matineeminutiae.com Follow the show on Twitter. View our our videos on YouTube. Friend DJ on Facebook This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

The Carson Podcast
Saundra McClain

The Carson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 26:26


Saundra McClain discusses working on Carson's NY Tonight Show, her funny incident with Carson, Ed McMahon, Joanne Carson, Sidney Poitier, & Paul Newman.

Out of the Podcast
No Way Out (1950)

Out of the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 59:47


The lads celebrate the brilliance of the recently departed Sidney Poitier in his film debut - 1950's No Way Out! He's electric as a doctor fighting to prove he didn't kill a patient against a hotbed of hate and pure evil - most of it from Richard Widmark. Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and co-starring Linda Darnell and Stephen McNally, this film dares to bring injustice from out of the shadows and into the light. Questions, comments or do you know the capital of South Dakota? therealoutofthepodcast@gmail.com (Note: for those who want to get straight to the business, the movie talk starts at 11:57)

The Old Soul Movie Podcast
In the Heat of the Night (1967)

The Old Soul Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 74:16


They call us...THE OLD SOUL MOVIE PODCAST! After our Sidney Poitier poll tournament on Instagram, we have a winner: In the Heat of the Night (1967)! We discuss the Academy Award Best Picture-winner in this tribute to an actor who challenged the industry to tell more inclusive stories. We go over the movie's production, which was horrifically impacted by racism, historical period factors, acting talents, and thoughts on the plot's central mystery. Hold on, stay strong, it'll be alright...in the heat of the night!Please Comment, Rate, and Share our episodes and tell us what you like and what you want to hear more of!—Be sure to check us out onOur website: https://the-old-soul-movie-podcast.simplecast.com/FacebookTwitter: @oldsoulpodInstagram: @oldsoulmoviepodcast

CUEcast
“Seventy Years” by Pamela Dunagan

CUEcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 6:34


Pam Dunagan tells a moving story originally told by Sidney Poitier who remembers his teenage years, seven decades ago. Pamela makes timely application to choral directors who teach and minister to teenagers in 2022, showing how the influence we have on todays students will follow and bless them for the rest of their lives.

Medium Popcorn
Episode 9: Patreon Teaser: In the Heat of the Night

Medium Popcorn

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 8:02


Get 20% off and free worldwide shipping with the code: BUTTER20 at Manscaped.com and get smoothness on your privates!Teaser of our review on "In the Heat of the Night" starring the legendary Sidney Poitier who slaps white men in this film like it's tea time! To get full access to this episode and 100+ hours of bonus content, you should sign up for our $5 tier on the Patreon page!

CULT and CLASSIC
BLACK WESTERNS DOUBLE FEATURE PART 2: "BUCK AND THE PREACHER" (1972)

CULT and CLASSIC

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 53:05


We continue Black History Month into March with BUCK AND THE PREACHER (1972)! This film is the directorial debut of legendary actor SIDNEY POITIER, who also takes the lead alongside Calypso King HARRY BELAFONTE! Portraying many of the difficulties newly-freed Black people faced after the Civil War, this movie is one that will have you saying THEY DESERVE REPARATIONS! It's "Slavery Didn't End With The Civil War!" (unfortunately) on this week's episode of CULT and CLASSIC Podcast! Listen wherever you get your podcasts and at https://cultandclassicpodcast.com/! Last Week: "THE HARDER THEY FALL" (2021) Host: Nate Wyckoff Panelists: Jeff Tucker & Greg Johnson

Will and Matt
The Jackal

Will and Matt

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 45:53


Welcome to the COVID episode...Will and Matt discuss Dodge Caravans, clock radios, and the best potential for a GIF ever... all the while providing some very sound life advice.DISCLAIMER: Language and Spoilers!THE JACKALdir. Michael Caton-Jonesstarring: Bruce Willis, Richard Gere, Sidney Poitier

Mildly Pleased
The Pick: Sneakers

Mildly Pleased

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 117:23


The gang’s all here for an especially sneaky episode of The Pick! After a lengthy break, we’re back with a tribute to perhaps the most legendary actor we’ve lost so far this year — Sidney Poitier. Of course, we do it by picking the movie of his that is most in line with this podcast’s […] The post The Pick: Sneakers appeared first on Mildly Pleased.

History & Factoids about today
Feb 20th-Cherry Pie, Rihanna, Kurt Cobain, Cindy Crawford, J. Geils Band, Sidney Poitier, Scalping

History & Factoids about today

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 13:00


cherry pie, pop culture 1959, kurt cobain, robert altman, sidney poitier, amanda blake, sandy duncan, baillie & the boys, cummins kinds, cindy crawford, J. geils band, rihanna, scalping, 1st navy ace pilot, john glenn orbits the earth,

Keystone Film Review
Episode 139 - "Paris Blues"

Keystone Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 33:22


Bee-bop-ski-dooooooooo! Join Mike and Glen this week as they take a romantic little walk down 1960s Paris, a city they can't seem to escape, as they discuss "Paris Blues" starring Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier, Joanne Woodward, and Diahann Carroll, with a lovely little cameo by Louis Armstrong! Find out more at https://keystone-film-review.pinecast.co

Kolaz dice
EP 375: Adivina quién no vino a cenar

Kolaz dice

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 13:16


Sidney Poitier nos dejó hace unas semanas, pero no sin antes dejarnos la solución al racismo. Sidney Poitier left us a few weeks ago, but not before we left the solution to racism. Sígueme en instagram y tiktok. Escúchalo también en spotify, stitcher, ivoox, tunein y itunes La entrada EP 375: Adivina quién no vino a cenar se publicó primero en Kolaz Dice.

History For Weirdos
Episode 35: The Stunning Achievements of Sidney Poitier

History For Weirdos

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 39:46


In this week's episode, Andrew discusses and highlights the amazing life & legacy of actor/director/diplomat Sidney Poitier. From humble beginnings to Hollywood icon, he led a life that is shrouded in glory. Tune in to learn all about it! - Thank you to our listeners for your support thus far, don't hesitate to reach out with your suggestions for future episodes! Please subscribe and share with other weirdos! Email: historyforweirdos@gmail.com Website: https://anchor.fm/historyforweirdos IG: @historyforweirdos BONUS: Stephanie's Mental Health Poetry Book: https://www.stephaniesorady.com/purchase BONUS x2: check out Andrew's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@roma.omnia --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/historyforweirdos/support

Hold Up
Sneakers

Hold Up

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2022 62:07


In 1992 we got into feet with Phil Alden Robinson's heist comedy, Sneakers. When it's discovered that a security specialist is a fugitive on the run, his team helps him perform a heist for the NSA that can clear his name for good. But when it's discovered that things are not as they seem, the team must scramble to make things right and keep the world a little safer. Starring Robert Redford, Dan Aykroyd, Ben Kingsley, Mary McDonnell, River Phoenix, Sidney Poitier, and David Strathairn, this flick did not lack talent and brought in a respectable $105 million from the $23 million budget. But, does it hold up? Listen in as Jon, Colin, and Brent, discuss government security shortcomings and the value of a phone number as we try to see if Sneakers kicks ass or has a weak sole.  

The Extras
Remembering Peter Bogdanovich and Sidney Poitier

The Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2022 44:41


On January 6th, 2022 the film community lost two titans of cinema, director/film historian Peter Bogdanovich and actor/director Sidney Poitier.  Recently film historian Constantine Nasr interviewed Peter Bogdanovich for a special feature for the Blu-ray release of Preston Sturges's film, “The Great Moment,” along with Tom Sturges, the son of the director.  It may have been one of the last on-camera appearances for Mr. Bogdanovich in his well-accustomed role of film historian and Constantine relates stories from their time together.  Constantine also details his thoughts on the career of the ground-breaking actor Sidney Poitier.  He reads transcripts from the extras he produced for the DVD releases of the comedies Mr. Poitier directed.  And he discusses the current lack of access to some of the films of both Bogdanovich and Poitier.Visit our website:  www.theextras.tv

Movie Night Extravaganza
Episode 51: The Dark Crystal with Rayyvana, Kristina Oakes & Andrea Rovenski

Movie Night Extravaganza

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2022 124:32


Forrest, Conan Neutron, J. Andrew World, Rayyvana, Kristina Oakes and Andrea Rovenski kick off Movie Night Fantasia (Kristina's Middle School Go-To Binge-Watch Apparently) by discussing Jim Henson and Frank Oz's 1982 Puppet World-Building Hero's Journey: The Dark Crystal. We also talk a little about Sidney Poitier on the day of his passing and watch his 1964 Oscar win.

Dirty Sons of Pitches
Ep. 334: Switch the Pitch -- "Non-Stop" (2014) / "Source Code" (2011)

Dirty Sons of Pitches

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 126:28


The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back in 2022 and taking stock of the recent losses, new trailers, ongoing controversies, and this week are reminiscing about two solid action thrillers from the 2010s, "Non-Stop" and "Source Code," to combine into a new pitch. Available on Apple and Spotify Episode 334 includes: -R.I.P. Betty White, Sidney Poitier, Bob Saget -Does Marvel's Moon Knight look like 1997's Spawn? -Joss Whedon just can't help but dig that grave a little deeper. -Nate runs through several Oscar-contending indie movies, "Parallel Mothers," "The Novice," "Passing," and "The Hand of God." -Ben's loathing of Wes Anderson's "The French Dispatch" is everything you come for. -Switch the Pitch -- "Non-Stop" / "Source Code" -The guys discuss two elevated action thriller,s the first about a terrorist on a plane (Non-Stop) and the second about a terrorist on a train (Source Code), and then combine them into an original pitch for a man who claims to be a time traveler trying to thwart a hijacking.

Calling Old Hollywood
Michael Stern

Calling Old Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 51:41


Due to the recent passing of numerous beloved stars, Calling Old Hollywood with Kat Lively has changed this months guest lineup. We will return with the show over the next few weeks with guests who were friends and loved ones of Betty White, Peter Bogdanovich, Sidney Poitier, and Bob Saget. We begin these episodes with a complete delight -- Author and Producer for The Dr.Phil Show, Mr.Michael Stern @imthelucyfan . Michael and I discuss his life growing up on set, and his friendship with Betty White, Lucille Ball, and others who have made TV history. Michael shares a few beautiful stories that completely attest to the ray of sunshine Betty was, and we hope to honor her memory with this. We hope you enjoy this. Listen to this episode January 19th, via Apple Podcasts, YouTube, and all other major streaming platforms.Please consider donating to either @actorsandothers or @morrisanimalfoundation In honor of Betty White. She was deeply involved with these organizations for decades. She gave so much of herself to caring for animals.

Fullscope Podcast
Wild Card Matchups Mania, The Weeknd's Dawn FM Review and I Am Legend Review

Fullscope Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 70:42


In this episode, Wellington and Savon recap Georgia's CFP Championship win over Alabama and how Stetson Bennett delivered some of the biggest throws of his career along with the Bulldogs' defense stepping up in elite fashion. They also discuss the Colts' shocking loss to Jacksonville and it keeping them out of the postseason, also a preview of the upcoming NFL Wild Card matchups and which ones standout the most. Finally, they give their thoughts on the tragic passing of John Madden and him leaving his imprint on the entire view of football and cover the tragic passing of the legendary actor Sidney Poitier and how he was a trailblazer for other black actors following him. In the second half, they're joined by special guest Maurice Hendricks, a longtime friend of the show, to review The Weeknd's latest album Dawn FM and discuss how he has mastered the retro feel of his latest music, how this was a great follow-up to After Hours and how big of a star he's become. They also review Gunna's DS4EVER, MIKE's Disco! and also show high praise for DIXSON's Darling EP and the range along with the balanced nature of his soundscape and the smooth nature of it. Finally, they review I Am Legend, the 2007 post-apocalyptic action thriller film starring Will Smith. They dive into how this was a very competent end-time film, also analyze where this ranks among Will Smith's best films and the degree of difficulty it took to do a solo film; for the majority of it.

Towelite Talk
216 - Call of the Towelite

Towelite Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 85:29


The giant mechanical monsters loomed high above the tree line. Casey and Chris knew this was their chance to reunite with their clan but they had to make it across this next clearing. Luckily during their mad dash they were able to record this podcast!!!!! RUN. Enjoy and check out the other great shows on the DFAT ENTERTAINMENT podcast network! If you or someone you know is a fan of any of our podcasts show them some support with some apparel from White Imprints! INTRO RIP Betty White, Sidney Poitier, Bob Saget & Rob Bruce GEEKIN' OUT Marvel - Movies, TV & Games Moon Knight costume look Trailer Monday Dr. Strange Casting Rumors DC - Movies, TV & Games The Batman is rated PG-13 The Flash will be Batfleck's last Batgirl Costume reveal Easter Eggs Galore! mural shows Keatons Batman and a version of Robin Hugo Strange Black Canary Lex Luthor / BVS Vicky Vale Court of Owls Castings LOS animated HBO Max More James Gunn DCTV confirmed Arrowverse Justice U Brubaker lead writer and EP of Caped Crusader cartoon SW - Movies, TV & Games The HR P2 150 yrs in past D+ show rumors BoKatan Qira Knights of Ren COMMERCIAL Comics Jeff Lemire Image exclusivity Flashpoint Beyond

Rewatching The Magic: A Disney Fan Podcast
RTM 113 - The Golden Girls (1985)

Rewatching The Magic: A Disney Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 127:23


On what would have been Betty White's 100th birthday, we discuss The Golden Girls. Thank you for being a friend.  Episodes discussed: Pilot/The Engagement Isn't It Romantic Dorothy's Prized Pupil Sick and Tired parts 1 &2 Witness   Also discussed: Sidney Poitier passes away. Bob Saget passes away.   Music from https://filmmusic.io "Glitter Blast" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Other Sounds: In The Heat of the Night The Lion King The Golden Girls Andrew Gold - Thank You For Being a Friend Password The Logan Whitehurst Memorial Awards for Excellence in Comedy Music - https://www.loganawards.com/

An Oscar For Arnold
Indiana Jones and the Hurricane of Katrina

An Oscar For Arnold

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 48:58


After the previous episode in which Sonny and Tom discussed which fictional characters would do best against which real-life catastrophes, the boys decided to expand on one idea in particular: Indiana Jones searching for an artifact in the midst of Hurricane Katrina.To accomplish this, Sonny and Tom look at the structure of a typical Indiana Jones movie to form a basic skeleton for what an Indiana Jones movie needs to have. They also study New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, and notable events of the early 2000s to give an authentic period-accurate experience to our titular hero. Together, the boys put together an Indiana Jones movie that is decidedly better than the fourth one, although that's not saying much. Someone get George Lucas and Steven Spielberg on the phone, because we've got the next adventure for ol' Indy to grumble his way through. Featuring a flooded New Orleans, racist paramilitary groups, and Andrew Jackson's cursed bugle, "Indiana Jones and the Hurricane of Katrina" is a movie you're not gonna want to miss!Of course, An Oscar for Arnold wouldn't be complete without a bit of Arnold talk, and we really do mean just a bit. For their opening segment, Sonny and Tom discuss what it would be like if Arnold Schwarzenegger played John Houseman's character in the 1973 movie "The Paper Chase". Sonny also gives us his best John Houseman impression, which is only partially accurate but it doesn't really matter because almost nobody listening to this knows who John Houseman is (Tom even calls him Jonathan at one point). The boys also give a tribute to the late Sidney Poitier, who surprisingly only won one Academy Award in his career. Best of all? Tom has a new microphone, and now actually sounds better than Sonny. Special thanks to prequelrumors.tripod.com/formula.html for providing a basic formula to build the perfect Indiana Jones movie.Hosted by Sonny de Nocker (@swankysonny) and Tom Price (@thomas_price22).Contact: AnOscarForArnold@gmail.com

Potentium Podcast
Potentium – Episode 311 (1/13/22)

Potentium Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 89:21


Fl zoo tiger killed for being a tiger...Because of an idiot NH dog saves owner & friend after car accident (16:30) Omicron/Dr. Fauci vs. Rand Paul & Roger Marshall (21:55) GOP flops regarding Jan. 6th/Sean Hannity's texts/Tucker Carlson whips Ted Cruz into submission/Trump cultists comment on Jan. 6th (32:10) Biden pounces on Trump in Jan. 6th memorial speech (1:13:00) Bears/Raiders, Chargers & Steelers (1:19:05) Betty White, Bob saget, Sidney Poitier & Ronnie Spector die (1:22:35)

Tangazo
91. Tangazo! A dedication to the life of Sidney Poitier with guests Bernie Hayes, Robert A. Powell, and Owen Woodard

Tangazo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 47:55


In this episode, our guests look back on the life of renowned actor and civil rights activist Sidney Poitier. Today's panel share what the work of Sidney Poitier meant to them and how he personified the essence of self-respect within himself and his work. Host Hank Thompson is joined by broadcaster Bernie Hayes, short film producer Owen Woodard, and Portfolio Arts and Education Gallery founder Robert A. Powell. Each guest talks about their current efforts to further the preservation of African American history in the area and throughout the nation. The panel discusses how black communities must come together to strengthen themselves in the face of destructive forces and injustice.   Burnie Hayes   Robert A. Powell   Owen Woodard   Hank Thompson

We Made This
Episode 83 - City Lights and The Godfather Part II

We Made This

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 54:13


Andy and Sean explore the highest rated films on the IMDb 250 that that haven't seen with number 40, City Lights for Sean and the, rather embarrassingly number 3 The Godfather Part II for Andy. They also pay tribute to some of the recently departed titans of cinema, Peter Bogdanovich and Sidney Poitier. The timings for this week are: City Lights: (3:14) The Godfather Part II: (29:00) Next week's theme will be Horror remakes that supersede their originals. Follow us on social media: Instagram: frametoframepod Twitter: frametoframepod Letterboxd: frametoframe Facebook: Frame to Frame Email: frame.to.frame250@gmail.com Follow our network: Twitter: @wmt_network Instagram: @wemadethisnetwork Facebook: @wemadethis Website: www.wemadethisnetwork.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/wemadethis Music: Gothamlicious by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5741-gothamlicious
 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Leave us a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts!

The B Signal Podcast
FAST FORWARD

The B Signal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 33:30


This week I celebrate the legacy of Sidney Poitier and Bob Sagget. I also share my thoughts on Faith Based Filmmaking and PureFlix! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Açık Dergi
Sona Ertekin'le Sidney Poitier üzerine söyleşi

Açık Dergi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 20:37


"Değişime ayak direyen bir dünyada Afrikalı Amerikalıların hem sinemadaki temsilinde hem de gerçek hayattaki seçeneklerinde yepyeni kapılar açan" sinema ustası Sidney Poitier'yi, Sona Ertekin'le konuşuyoruz.

The Film Blerds
Rest in Power, Sir Sidney Poitier

The Film Blerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022


In this special brief episode, The Film Blerds take some time to pay homage to the great Sir Sidney Poitier.

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show
John McWhorter – Are There More Capitol Riots to Come?

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 64:06


Listen now (64 min) | John McWhorter is back for our first conversation of 2022. Let’s get into it! We begin by discussing the death of the groundbreaking black actor Sidney Poitier. Portier was best known for his roles in films like The Defiant Ones, Lilies of the Field, In the Heat of the Night This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at glennloury.substack.com/subscribe

RESET
A look at Sidney Poitier's life and legacy

RESET

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 13:24


The groundbreaking Black actor was a first in many regards but his success did not come without strife. Reset talks about how his life's work became an inspiration to many young black actors and filmmakers.

Hampton Blu Radio
Remembering Sidney Poitier, Arbery's Killers Get Life, Ye To Headline Coachella

Hampton Blu Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 72:00


Happy New Year!! Holliewood And Friends podcast is back with our first show of the new year! LIVE! 3pm ET - Call 646-716-8544 to listen or join the discussion. Host @IamHollieWood and Judy Blu have you covered with what's #HotInTheBlogs! In their own funny, crazy, and sometimes out-of-line way! Listen in! SUNDAY 1/9 TOPICS: 1) 2021 Year in Review + New Year Resolutions 2) Ahmaud Arbery Killers Sentenced To Life In Prison 3) Rapper Jim Jones Says His Mother Taught Him How To Tongue Kiss, literally. 4) GRAMMYs Postponed Indefinitely 5) Kanye West To Headline Coachella 6) Remembering Sidney Poitier  And MORE! PLUS: QUESTION OF THE DAY: Who is more inclined to be jealous, men or women? ________________________________________ Lastly, #WhatBlowsMine: where you, the listener, can call in and tell the world that one thing people do that just gets under your skin. Business inquiries: hamptonblu@gmail.com (@HamptonBluNetwork)

Erin Burnett OutFront
Fight Intensifies Over Keeping Kids In Schools As Covid Rages

Erin Burnett OutFront

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 40:32


Chicago's mayor and a top union are in a stalemate leaving 340,000 kids out of school today. Now, the White House is getting involved as one of the nation's top children's hospital releases what it says are provocative new guidelines on getting kids back to class. Sidney Poitier has died at the age of 94. He was the first black man to win the Oscar for best actor in 1964. Off the screen, Poitier also embodied grace and decency. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy