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Olivia Newton-John spoke openly about dying in one of her final interviews — and revealed that she was “sort of looking forward to” being around the energies of the loved ones who passed. Pete Davidson has been in “trauma therapy” largely due to Kanye West's attacks on social media. Anne Heche stopped into Glass Hair Design in Venice to buy a bright red wig before the crash. Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
JJ "Loco" Perry spent the last 25 years as a Stunt Coordinator and Second Unit Director, directing and designing action for talent such as Dwayne Johnson, Tom Hardy, Jason Statham, Keanu Reeves and Will Smith. A member of the prestigious 87Eleven Action Design, Perry previously collaborated with directors such as Ang Lee, Justin Lin, Chad Stahelski, F. Gary Gray, Spike Lee and Paul Feig – which prepared him for his feature directorial debut on DAY SHIFT.Perry has trained additional actors for stunts such as Gina Carano (HAYWIRE), Gerard Butler (300), Milla Jovovich (ULTRAVIOLET), Hugh Jackman (X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE) and Kiefer Sutherland (“24”). He's also worked with Joss Whedon on ANGEL and FIREFLY and Mike Norris on WALKER, TEXAS RANGER.Perry was nominated for a SAG Award in 2009 for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble for IRON MAN and nominated for a World Stunt Award in 2013 for SAFE and won in 2004 for Best Overall Stunt in THE RUNDOWN.After graduating high school, Perry served in the Army's 82nd Airborne Corps. He started his martial arts training in 1975 and began stunt-work after he got out of the Army. He has had over 24 years of martial arts training and has a 5th-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, a 2nd-degree on Hapkido and has experience with all kinds of weapons. He got his black belt for Tae Kwon Do at the age of 12 and competed from the age of 7 till 24. Besides martial arts, Perry is also skilled in cycling, rodeo and weightlifting. He is the co-founder of Taekwondo West martial arts schools in Inglewood, California, and Venice, California.J.J. PERRY's directorial debut, DAY SHIFT, is an action-comedy that begins a new franchise for Netflix starring Jamie Foxx, Snoop Dogg and Dave Franco. DAY SHIFT follows a hard-working blue-collar dad (Fox) who just wants to provide a good life for his daughter. But his mundane San Fernando Valley pool cleaning job is a front for his real source of income, hunting and killing vampires as part of an international union of vampire hunters. DAY SHIFT premieres on NETFLIX August 12, 2022.Enjoy my conversation with JJ "Loco" Perry.
On episode 148 of The AwardsWatch Podcast, AwardsWatch Executive Editor Ryan McQuade is joined by Editor-In-Chief Erik Anderson, and AwardsWatch contributors Nicole Ackman and Josh Parham, who gather to talk about film festival news, answer listener questions, and discuss their thoughts on the HBO Max/Discovery + and the ongoing struggles within the streaming service landscape. Before the main topic this week, the group talk about some positive news stories that were announced this week, like the Academy naming producer Janet Yang at the new President of the Academy, our first look of Colman Domingo as Bayard Rustin in Rustin, TIFF announcing more films to their slate including WEIRD: The Al Yankovic Story, and NYFF will screen James Gray's Armageddon Time and Noah Baumbach's White Noise. But all of that news was overshadowed by the drama with the merger of HBO and Discovery and the cancellation of the Batgirl movie that was about to wrap and head to post production with a premiere on HBO Max. This promoted the gang to talk about the good, the bad, extreme discomforts, and even confusion of this topic of the moment and what it means for the streaming services and their competitors in the business going forward. Next up our weekly listener questions, where they are asked if they think Babylon will play at the fall festivals or just release in theaters, as well as The Fabelmans Oscar chances going in based on how West Side Story did for Steve Spielberg last year. They also talked about if Amsterdam will be a contender this award season, if this year's acting nominations will be more diverse given the film landscape and choices become more diverse for consideration, and what their dream cast would be for a film. Lastly, the AW podcast team played a new game simple titled ‘The Percentages Game,' in which Ryan throws out a prompt and the group give him their percent chance that the prompt will happen. Topics include if Top Gun: Maverick will still be the highest grossing film of the year, if the Golden Globes will happen, if a female director will win Best Director for the third year in a row, and many more. It was a fun game and we would love if you sent in your own prompts for the next round by tweeting at either Ryan (@ryanmcquade77) or Erik (@awards_watch), and they will be answered on the next show. You can listen to The AwardsWatch Podcast wherever you stream podcasts, from iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Spotify and more. This podcast runs 1h52m. Without further ado, let's get into it. Music: “Modern Fashion” from AShamaleuvmusic (intro) and “B-3” from BoxCat Games Nameless: The Hackers RPG Soundtrack (outro) used by permission
Full Text of ReadingsNineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 117All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint CajetanLike most of us, Cajetan seemed headed for an “ordinary” life—first as a lawyer, then as a priest engaged in the work of the Roman Curia. His life took a characteristic turn when he joined the Oratory of Divine Love in Rome, a group devoted to piety and charity, shortly after his ordination at 36. When he was 42 he founded a hospital for incurables at Venice. At Vicenza, he joined a “disreputable” religious community that consisted only of men of the lowest stations of life—and was roundly censured by his friends, who thought his action was a reflection on his family. He sought out the sick and poor of the town and served them. The greatest need of the time was the reformation of a Church that was “sick in head and members.” Cajetan and three friends decided that the best road to reformation lay in reviving the spirit and zeal of the clergy. Together they founded a congregation known as the Theatines—from Teate [Chieti] where their first superior-bishop had his see. One of the friends later became Pope Paul IV. They managed to escape to Venice after their house in Rome was wrecked when Emperor Charles V's troops sacked Rome in 1527. The Theatines were outstanding among the Catholic reform movements that took shape before the Protestant Reformation. Cajetan founded a monte de pieta—“mountain or fund of piety”—in Naples, one of many charitable, nonprofit credit organizations that lent money on the security of pawned objects. The purpose was to help the poor and protect them against usurers. Cajetan's little organization ultimately became the Bank of Naples, with great changes in policy. Reflection If Vatican II had been summarily stopped after its first session in 1962, many Catholics would have felt that a great blow had been dealt to the growth of the Church. Cajetan had the same feeling about the Council of Trent, held from 1545 to 1563. But as he said, God is the same in Naples as in Venice, with or without Trent or Vatican II. We open ourselves to God's power in whatever circumstances we find ourselves, and God's will is done. God's standards of success differ from ours. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
Mike Jeffcoat kicks off hour two to discuss the rain situation he's had and how good the fishing has been in Venice, LA. James Plaag from Galveston Bay joins as the second guest of the hour with a weekly fishing report. Sharky joins the last segment of the hour to discuss how the weather is affecting his fishing trip and shares a story you don't want to miss.
Hello and welcome to an all new episode of Some Like It Scott! On this week's episode, the two Scotts discuss comedian actor BJ Novak's feature film writing and directing debut, VENGEANCE. After discussing whether Novak's dark comedy and satire work, whether the host of performances hold up, and whether they believe Novak has a future in writing and directing, the co-hosts turn their attention to another Martin Scorsese-Leonardo DiCaprio film that has been announced, as well as the lineups for several of the upcoming fall festivals, Venice and Toronto. See time codes below: 2:23 - VENGEANCE review 43:25 - Martin Scorsese and Leo DiCaprio teaming up again 48:38 - Fall festival lineups Next week: BULLET TRAIN (Theaters) + Episode 200! Patreon: www.patreon.com/MediaPlugPods
Chances are if you saw a movie released this summer, Nick and Sophia discuss it on this week's episode with returning guest, Ryan Lamb. Box office returns may still not be at pre-pandemic numbers, but quite a few summer releases have been reeling in big audiences. First off, the super sonic blockbuster, ‘Top Gun: Maverick,' which is inching its way up the top 10 highest-grossing domestic releases ever. It's a hit with audiences but how much Oscar potential does it really have? (6:26) Then listen to a range of other features, including: competition for Best Animated Feature (23:26), two of the three final installments in the MCU's Phase Four (36:24), other box office successes (‘Elvis,' ‘The Black Phone,' ‘Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris') and notable streaming releases (49:04). They finish by debating what they're most excited for among the lineups announced for the Venice and Toronto International Film Festivals (1:21:13).Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @oscarwildpodFollow Nick @sauerkraut27Follow Sophia @sophia_cimMusic: “The Greatest Adventure” by Jonathan Adamich
On this weeks episode, Blake is joined by musician Thair to discuss one of the most haunted houses in Venice, Italy: Casino of Spirits! Blake also shares a recent paranormal experience of his own. Email your paranormal experiences to email@example.com cause everyone loves a ghost story!
Karol Diac is a DJ and singer based out of Venice, Italy. She is the founder of the Borderline Radio Show and is currently a DJ for DjaneMag and Djane Top100. Follow Karol Diac on Instagram: @karoldiacborderline See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join Tina and her special guest, Julia Foenander, discussing her play 'Lost in Venice' - a story about her grandfather Ron Vincent and an ill-fated trip to Italy in 1965 with his friend Bert Hayes the founder of Pampus Pastry. Lost In Venice is a fractured tale of travel and identity, longing and belonging and the disparate perspective of relationships from those travelling abroad and those left at home in Australia. The production is interspersed with song, archival super 8 film footage and cabaret performances. Featuring performers Julia Madotti, Richard Vegas, Abigail King and Nikki Nouveau. Produced by Raconteur Productions.
In this week's episode of Fostering Change, Rob Scheer talks with Lindsey May, Program Coordinator at The Twig, & Nicole Britton, Director of Development at The Twig. They share the history of The Twig and how it remains a resource for children in foster care where their needs are met and provided with love and encouragement.“Twig” stands for: “The Way to Inspire and Give.” Twig shops are located in Venice and Bradenton, Florida. There are designated “shopping days” for youth in foster care.Nicole Britton: Starting as a volunteer which turned into her role as the 1st full time paid employee of The Twig in 2017. “As a mom in a house full of kids including children in foster care the heart of The Twig's mission is so important to me. I enjoy sharing with our community how everyone can make a difference in the lives of children in foster care.”Lindsey May: A social Worker since 2009, Lindsey May has worked front line as a case manager, case manager supervisor and in program development for nonprofits focused on addressing the needs of children and families within the child welfare system. I am a strong advocate in all areas related to child welfare and believe in the importance of The Twig's mission to encourage & inspire foster families.Story Key Notes:
After the death of Alphonse the Magnanimous, his son, Ferdinad, has quite a time managing to hold on to the kingdom of Naples what with revolting Barons, meddling popes and even an Ottoman invasion! Will the poor man ever get any peace and quiet?
With visitors being cut off from visiting the world's tallest tree, the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro about the ethics behind visiting popular tourist spots (Lake Tahoe, Napa Valley, Venice, etc.) when we know our presence could be environmentally damaging to that place...more humans mean increased wildfire risk and pollution, but do the tourist dollars sustain the local economies? Also, Beyonce strikes controversy with he use of an "abelist" word in one of her new songs.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Troy Carter rose to prominence representing and nurturing global superstars including Lady Gaga and John Legend as founder & CEO of Atom Factory. He is the former Global Head of Creator Services for Spotify and the current founder and CEO of Venice Music and Q&A, a technology + media company focused on powering the business of music via distribution, services, and data analytics.His latest venture is the Venice Music Collective; an independent membership music community for creators where members are given access, opportunities, and the ability to achieve greater wealth as independent artists. Born from the idea that the current industry models for independent artists are limited and/or broken, the goal of Venice Music Collective is to empower and support independent artists and their careers in a more equitable way than what currently exists.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER & STAY UPDATED > http://bit.ly/tfh-newsletterFOLLOW TFH ON INSTAGRAM > http://www.instagram.com/thefounderhourFOLLOW TFH ON TWITTER > http://www.twitter.com/thefounderhourINTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR? EMAIL US > firstname.lastname@example.org
With visitors being cut off from visiting the world's tallest tree, the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro about the ethics behind visiting popular tourist spots (Lake Tahoe, Napa Valley, Venice, etc.) when we know our presence could be environmentally damaging to that place...more humans mean increased wildfire risk and pollution, but do the tourist dollars sustain the local economies? Also, Beyonce strikes controversy with he use of an "abelist" word in one of her new songs.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dennis has been talking on the radio for forty years this month. He has learned many lessons. This month he will reflect on some of them… Dennis talks to Elyse McGowan a 15 year old Canadian who recently moved to Venice, FL. She found PragerU and became a conservative and member of PragerFORCE! Dennis offers more of the many lessons he has learned from being a talk show host… Callers describe how listening to Dennis has influenced their lives… Dennis talks his friend and now podcaster for Epoch Times, Larry Elder. He has made a sequel to his excellent documentary, Uncle Tom… More radio reflections. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello, and you're listening to Michael's Office, a podcast which hosts my unfiltered, unscripted, and genuine thoughts about things going on in the entertainment world today. This week I'm all by myself, for the first time in what feels like forever, and I talk about numerous things like what's going on with the Toronto International Film Festival and Venice, some old drama, where I've been and what's going on with my life and much more... so please step into my office... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/MichaelsOffice/message
Jon talks with Jamie Wollam, drummer for the band Tears for Fears on this episode of THINK Business Exclusives. Get ready to grow after hearing Jamie's journey of following his passion, his road of overcoming addiction and recovery and preparing for the release and world tour of Tears for Fears new album, “The Tipping Point” Jamie Wollam began his journey in music at the age of 10, after his Mom took him to see KISS. Jamie was mesmerized by the spectacle, volume and power of the whole thing. Thus began the countless hours of lessons, practicing, and events that would shape his path. Jamie has been a studio musician and touring drummer for the better part of 30 years. He has played and recorder with Jackson Browne, Venice, David Crosby, Michael Jackson, The Tories, Avion, Tom Morello, and countless others. He currently holds the drum chair for Tears for Fears since 2010. The Tipping Point is currently on iTunes with a full release on February 25th, 2022. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!
It was all going so well. We had just driven from England to Greece in our little red car, had the time of our lives in Greece, and were now ready to turn around and have more adventures in Europe. And then it happened. The car broke down. Blew up. Bang. Kaput. Two miles outside of Calais. Of course, we were devastated. Gutted. Panicked. How would we continue our trip? How would we get back to Italy in time for our six-week housesit that we had committed to in Tuscany? And more importantly...HOW MUCH would the repairs on our little red love bug investment cost us?? Join Me! My most thought-provoking writing is shared in my weekly newsletter with my circle of friends. I would love to include you in that group. Sign up below. Sign up HERE and I will send you my free weekly newsletter. It is filled with nothing but goodness and thought-provoking stuff. You will love it. But be warned. Sometimes I cry and drink wine while I'm writing. If that sounds like your sort of thing, then sign up here and we will be lifelong friends. Follow us on: YouTube Instagram Pinterest Facebook TikTok Subscribe to this PODCAST on Apple Subscribe to this PODCAST on Android Subscribe to this PODCAST on Spotify Moving To NEW ZEALAND? If you are moving to New Zealand and are in search of the BEST New Zealand content in the world then check out our other Podcast - NZ AHEAD Can't Wait To Travel Again? Here's Some Inspiring Content For You! World Travel. What Nobody Ever Warns You About Travelling With kids. How to Stay Sane (ish) Until Wine O'Clock How to Travel The World For Free. Or at Least Very, Very Cheap. Italy Travel (Like You've Never Seen Before. In Your Life.) Want More Behind The Scenes Podcast Episodes Like This? (Where we share the things that are happening in our lives right now). Episode #1: Meeting Our Teenage Daughter. Life at 17. Episode #2: Our Son at 20. Homeschooled. No College. Three Jobs. Episode #3: We Met Online. The Māori Subscribers Who Changed Our Lives. Episode #4: The REAL Reason We Left the UK. Episode #5: When Your Daughter Quits School. Now What? With Tessa Episode #6. Dealing With The Mistakes You Make Online Episode #7. We're Leaving New Zealand. Episode #8: Why I'm Terrified to Travel.
In the thirteenth century, Marco Polo spent decades travelling the world. His adventures took him from his home in Venice as far east as the Yellow Sea, where he was a valued courtier of the legendary Mongol emperor Kublai Khan. Later, in prison, he wrote the world's first travel book. But how did his name become synonymous with adventure? What compelled him to stay away for so long? And why is his story still remembered almost eight centuries later? This is a Short History of Marco Polo. Written by Chris McDonald. With thanks to Denis Belliveau: author and Emmy-nominated filmmaker of In The Footsteps of Marco Polo. For ad-free listening, exclusive content and early access to new episodes, join Noiser+. Now available for Apple and Android users. Click the Noiser+ banner on Apple or go to noiser.com/subscriptions to get started with a 7-day free trial. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For Episode 305, I am joined by Josh Parham & Tom O'Brien. What a week! We're discussing the official lineup for the 79th annual Venice International Film Festival, plus the Gala and Special Presentations lineup for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). We also go over other various film festival and movie news within the industry, give our reactions to the trailers for "TÁR," "Till," "Pinocchio," and "Pearl," go over the polls, and answer your fan-submitted questions. But that's not all! We also reveal the 2012 NBP Film Community Nominations as a part of our retrospective. There's a lot of ground to cover, and we hope you enjoy it. Please take a listen or subscribe to us on your favorite podcast app using the links below. Thank you! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
What is This Episode- Top of Show . WILL SMITH APOLOGIZES ON SOCIAL MEDIA - 2:32 . KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON PUSHED TO 2023: What's Happened So Far - 10:55 So It's Just Never Happening, Right? - 13:33 Marty and Leo Greenlight Their Next Project - 20:24 . THE HFPA SELLS ITSELF - 21:53 . VENICE 2022 IS SET: The Jury - 27:25 In Competitition Films - 28:07 (White Noise, Banshees of Inisherin, Blonde, Bones & All, The Eternal Daughter, No Bears, The Son, Tar, The Whale) Out of Competition Films - 45:43 (Dead for a Dollar, Don't Worry Darling [+ trailer and drama!], Master Gardener, Pearl, The Hanging Sun) Venice's Equality Issues - 56:03 TIFF/Venice Crossovers - 58:10 . COMIC CON TRAILERS AND NEWS: Wakanda Forever Trailer Shakes the Internet - 59:00 Phase 4/5/6 Films - 1:04:20 An XMen Explanation? - 1:07:08 Shazam Fury of the Gods Trailer Worries Us - 1:08:25 Black Adam Beckons for Superman - 1:09:38 First Look at John Wick 4 - 1:12:44 . A MIKE1 UNFORGIVABLE SIN - 1:14:09 . . Contact Us/LEAVE US 5* REVIEWS! - 1:18:19 Words of Wisdom/What's Coming Next - 1:19:10
This past spring my friend Candy and I explored the province of Lazio, #italy one of our #daytrips was visiting the town of Lazio and the Villa D'Este and #gardens. In today's podcast I talk about the gorgeous waterfalls, this 16th-century estate and villa, and the expansive grounds. Also, the town of #tivoli has so many sites to see, you will want to make it a long day trip from Rome or a stop on your way to Tuscany, Perugia or Venice. Here we go...⏱TIMELINE⏱:35 Visiting Tivoli and day tripping1:00 History of the town1:32 Great Eats - L'Angolino Mirko2:11 Travel Tips - Ristorante - Coperto2:47 Visiting the Gardens4:21 Rocca Pia4:48 Hadrian's Villa5:20 Grand Cascatadi Falls6:04 More gardens next time!BLOG: https://travelwithwendy.net/2022/07/24/tivoli-italy/Get your guide - Combo ticket for Hadrian's Villa & Villa D'Este from RomeGet your guide - Villa d'EsteJoin us for a GROUP ADVENTURE: https://travelwithwendy.net/group-tours/
Leo Karl Hanke lives near Trent, in northern Italy. He was born in West Berlin in 1984. From the age of 1 he lived in Italy near Venice, where he grew up and went to school. After school he studied design in Milan for 2 years, and then he changed his mind and started medical school in Verona. While he was studying, in 2012 he got multiple sclerosis, which remained undiagnosed for 2 years. After the diagnosis in 2014, he was left with no therapy for one whole year, so he started to look for some alternatives to the standard therapy. In 2016 he started a protocol that uses high doses of vitamin D (Coimbra protocol), and thanks to it since then he has MS in total remission. The Coimbra Protocol revolves around the concept of resistance to vitamin D, which has been proven to be a real thing, and can easily be measured. At the same time, he also had severe GI problems (recurrent diverticulitis, IBS, reflux), and in 2017 he got his sigma removed because of that. The operation didn't fix the root cause of his problems, so he started to look for dietary solutions. He started keto in 2018, then carnivore in 2019 after watching the JRE episode with Shawn Baker. Before carnivore in addition to the GI problems, he was obese and suffered from insomnia, bad anxiety, hypertension, joint pain, and severe concentration and memory problems. All these symptoms totally resolved thanks to the carnivore diet and he lost 40 kg of weight. His memory and concentration came back, and he had plenty of energy, so in 2020 he finally graduated from medical school. Since 2021 he does night shifts as a MD for urgencies, and in April this year he started attending a school to become a family doctor. Last year he also got a Masters degree in ketogenic diets and started a small YouTube channel where he talks about medicine (mainly vitamin D). Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 01:12 Vitamin D 07:29 Kidney role in vitamin D metabolism 10:08 MS, ketogenic diet, vitamin D 13:40 Shawn Baker on Joe Rogan Podcast 20:12 Cholesterol and the immune system, vitamin D 26:38 Vitamin D versus diet 30:46 Weight-bearing exercise for bone health 31:30 NAFLD and vitamin D 33:50 Coimbra protocol 36:35 Neurologists and Coimbra protocol 40:39 Vitamin D toxicity, titrating vitamin D 43:54 Autoimmune disease and higher level of PTH 46:48 All autoimmune diseases respond to Coimbra protocol 49:19 Other improvements with Coimbra protocol and carnivore diet 53:02 Where to find Leo Hanke See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Fall Festival Announcement Season is upon us, and this week we turn our analysis to the newly announced 2022 Venice line up. What Oscar Buzz is there? Who will win the Golden Lion? What movie has the most Joker Energy? These questions and more are addressed, debated, discussed, and generally chewed over. Our twitter is @CannesIKickIt Our instagram is @CIKIPod Our letterboxd is CIKIPod Enjoying the show? Feel free to send a few bucks our way on Ko-fi. Thanks to Tree Related for our theme song Our hosts are @andytgerm @clatchley @imlaughalone @jcpglickwebber
Festival season is almost upon us! Which means lineup announcements. Richard, Rebecca, and David look at the big titles headed to Venice next month and dig into the ever-developing news from Toronto. Later in the episode, the team wonders whether Angela Bassett might be an Oscar contender for Wakanda Forever and debates the merits of the new release Nope. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A teenage trip around the galleries of Italy sparked a life-long love for the arts, and as soon as he could Simon Martin, art historian, author and the director of Pallant House Gallery, returned. After a ‘Swallows and Amazons' childhood he's studied in the most prestigious institutions in Venice, been knocked out in a train station in Delhi, experienced an inexplicable rush of energy when being touched by the Dalai Lama, curated exhibitions in Japan, explored visual artists' response to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, enjoyed artistic surprises in Copenhagen, researched and many books and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This piece originally appeared as a sound installation at the Dar A Ouvir festival in Coimbra, Portugal in July 2022. The voice of the world - as heard by Cities and Memory Whether we're protesting or worshipping, joyful or angry, sound is at the very core of human existence - we can hear before we're born, and sound is perhaps the closest and most evocative sense we have. Field recording captures the voice of the world in all of its glorious forms, and in this collection we listen to a series of recordings captured by Cities and Memory founder Stuart Fowkes in various countries around the world, and placed in dialogue with one another. Recordings complement and oppose one another as we are transported from place to place. An anti-terrorism protest in Germany is transformed into a crowd celebrating wildly at a football match. A pagan ritual in a field in England bleeds into a Muslim call to prayer in Saudi Arabia. A pro-Ukraine, anti-war demonstration sits in opposition to a plaintive song by a Russian folk singer. We hear traditional music from performing street troupes, klezmer bands, flamenco dancers and beatboxers, expressing community, hope and sadness in unique and profound ways. This truly is the voice of the world. List of sounds: 1. Pagan ritual at the sacred Rollright Stones, England 2. Maghreb call to prayer in Deera Square, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 3. Traditional performing street drum troupe, Santiago, Chile 4. Michael Jackson beatboxer, Piccadilly Circus, London, England 5. Festival show introduction, Oxfordshire, England 6. Anti-ISIS protest on the Reeperbahn, Hamburg, Germany 7. Amongst the ultras at a football match, Venezia vs. Cittadella, Italy 8. Pro-EU demonstration 2017, The Mall, London, England 9. Jewish band plays Shalom Aleijim in a metro station, Paris, France 10. Flamenco performance at La Carboneria, Seville, Spain 11. Hare Krishna procession, Cardiff, Wales 12. Ukraine anti-war protest 2022, Oxford, England 13. Traditional Russian folk singer in Red Square, Moscow, Russia 14. Evening vespers prayers sung by monks, Abbazia di Praglia, Italy 15. Mass bells on Christmas Eve, Venice, Italy
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In part 1 of our Venice Film Festival special we are joined by writer, critic & host of the podcast 'Writers of Film' John Bleasdale. We talk about the incredible line-up this year at Venice & what we are most looking forward to! In part 2 Christina & John will meet up at Venice Film Festival for further discussions! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Synopsis On today's date in 1882, the eminent German conductor Hermann Levi led the first performance of Richard Wagner's new opera, “Parsifal” – a work that would also turn out to be his last, as Wagner would die the following year in Venice. No other Wagner opera would arouse the same level of controversy as “Parsifal.” Some thought it a blasphemous parody of the Catholic Mass, others, like the anti-religious Friedrich Nietzsche, saw it as a sanctimonious sell-out. Wagner helped fuel the controversy by calling the work a “sacred stage festival play.” Despite the notorious anti-Semitism of Wagner and his circle, the bulk of those Bayreuth performances, like the very first, would be conducted by Hermann Levi, who was Jewish. Levi wrote to his father about an unusual occurrence that took place during the final performance of the first run of “Parsifal” at Bayreuth: “Just before the final scene, Wagner appeared in the pit, twisted and turned his way up to my desk, took the baton from my hand and conducted the performance to the end. I remained at his side, because I was afraid he might slip up, by my fears were quite groundless – his conducting was so assured that he might have been nothing but a Kapellmeister all his life. At the end, the audience burst into applause which defies all description.” Music Played in Today's Program Richard Wagner (1813-1883) – Transformation Music, from Parsifal (London Symphony; Sir Adrian Boult, cond.) EMI Classics 62539
What you'll learn in this episode: The surprising stories Prince Dimitri discovered while compiling material for his book, “Once Upon a Diamond: A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels” How decorative and fine arts have influenced jewelry throughout history Why paisley is an enduring motif in jewelry Why mixing high and low jewelry and fashion has always been chic How Dimitri's ancestor Catherine the Great created the royal uniform we recognize today About Prince Dimitri Prince Dimitri founded his company in 2007 after sixteen years as Senior Vice President of Jewelry with Sotheby's and later as head of Jewelry at Phillips de Pury & Luxembourg auction houses. Dimitri's love of jewelry dates from his childhood and unique heritage of a family where the heads of European Royalty were closely tied together in an era of extreme opulence, beauty and culture all over Europe. He began designing jewelry in 1999, with a collection of gemstone cufflinks that was sold at Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue. He also designed a line of women's jewelry that was sold at Barneys New York and Neiman Marcus. He has designed for Asprey's in London and done special lines for other American companies. With his own jewelry company he has been able to realize his own vision in his love of gemstones; the juxtaposition of unusual materials and color; imaginative forms and paying attention to detail and to superb craftsmanship. Additional Resources: Website Instagram Facebook Dimitri's Book Photos: Available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: Growing up surrounded by the world's most beautiful jewels, it's no wonder that Prince Dimitri became a jewelry designer known for his gemmy creations. After working in the auction world for many years, he launched Prince Dimitri Jewelry, which offers a range of jewels from affordable to six-figure masterpieces. He joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about how jewelry became a symbol of royalty; the most memorable pieces that came across his desk at Sotheby's and Phillips; and where royal jewelers throughout history found inspiration. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week. Today, my guest is Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia. After more than a decade in the auction world, rising to the top of the jewelry ranks, Prince Dimitri took his love of gems and launched Prince Dimitri Jewelry. He is also an author, having written “Once Upon a Diamond: A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels.” The book has been described as an extraordinary family scrapbook. It has photographs of his relatives, who are celebrities and royalty, showing them wearing their jaw-dropping jewels. It weaves in stories of his illustrious family background and the history that goes behind the photographs. We'll hear more about Prince Dimitri and his jewelry as well as his jewelry journey today. Prince Dimitri, welcome to the program. Prince: Thank you. Hello, Sharon. So nice to see you. Sharon: Nice to see you. Prince: I heard so much about you. Sharon: Dimitri, I'm going to let you tell everybody what your official name is because I could not pronounce it. I saw different variations. Go ahead. Prince: It's a Serbian name. It's pronounced Karageorgevich, and it's written with letters that don't exist in our alphabet. Sharon: I didn't realize that. It's interesting; in everything I saw about you, it gave your name, but I didn't realize it was Serbian. Tell us about your jewelry journey. Prince: It all started as a child. I was obsessed with gems, totally fascinated when I saw my mother and my grandmothers wearing jewelry. When we were in the street and there was a jewelry store, I had to go in and look, and I would stare at the showcases. It never left me. I think I was born with it. It's my passion in life. I joined Sotheby's in 1984 and I stayed there until 2001. Then I was at Phillips for three years. Little by little, I started designing, and now it's all I do. Sharon: I thought it was interesting; some of the material I read said you started making jewelry because you decided you'd seen everything there was to see in jewelry after so long in the auction world. Tell us a little bit about that. Prince: It's not exactly like that. I started designing cufflinks when I was at Sotheby's totally by chance. I had no idea I could design anything or that I was slightly creative. I was a gemologist and expert. I appraised jewelry, and that's all I did. Then a friend of mine had some cufflinks he had made in Brazil with some lovely stones, but a very ugly mounting with thick claws around it. I looked at it and I thought, “You know, I love those stones, but those big, thick claws around it are so clumsy. You need to remount them.” He said, “How should we remount them?” All of a sudden, my mind went blank. I saw a little hole, and I said, “That's it. You're going to drill a hole in the center of the cufflinks. In that hole, you're going to set a little diamond or a ruby or an emerald or a sapphire. It has to be a precious stone, one of those four. That will be how you mount it, through the stones. What you'll see on your shirt will be that lovely, emerald-cut aquamarine with a little stone in the center.” Slick, clean, very gemmy, very chic, I thought. He did it, and it worked beautifully. He said, “Why don't we do a collection like that?” Long story short, we did the collection. It ended up at Bergdorf, at Saks. Little by little, I said, “Let's make some rings and some bracelets and some necklaces on the same principle. All of it,” and we made all that. We were doing trunk shows on the side, as I was still at Sotheby's then, and little by little, it took on a life of its own. Then I was given an offer to join Phillips with a group of other people. It was at the time when Sotheby's was going through major changes and nothing was very happy there anymore, so I thought, “Why not?” That didn't last very long, the Phillips adventure, so I continued. Then, I was approached by a wonderful man who was called Salvador Assael, the king of pearls in those days. After the war, he had convinced all the big houses that black pearls were not black because they were dirty; they were black because it was a beautiful color. He finally opened their eyes. He told me the story of how they would look at the pearls and say, “But these are black pearls. They're dirty. Pearls are supposed to be white,” and he told them, “No, open your eyes. Look at this. This one is a green one. This one is a pinkish one. This one is a peacock one with mixes of green and purple,” and they loved it. He became the number one wholesaler of pearls. Sharon: Is that Assael? Prince: Assael, yeah. Sharon: Wow! Prince: He's very famous. He called me one day. He said, “You know, I love the old jewels and everything you make.” It was after 9/11. The market was not doing well for jewelry anywhere. He said to me, “I can't sell anything anymore because there are only so many strands of pearls people want. Do you think you can design a collection for me? More importantly, do you like pearls?” I said, “Yes, I absolutely love pearls.” We made this collection, and before you knew it, we were in every Neiman Marcus in America except three or four of them, I think. We were in 35 Neiman Marcuses. We were the number two seller at Neiman Marcus and it became a huge success. Then I met my business partner who put me in business to be a serious company. That was 2008, so things didn't work as well as I wished. I had to go on my own because he couldn't funnel any more into it, and now that's all I do. I'm back at Neiman Marcus in Dallas, but the bulk of my business now is one-of-a-kind pieces. That's what I really like. As I say in the preface of my book, I like the concept of alchemy. Bring me some lead; I will turn it into gold. All my friends look into their drawers and find these old stones and granny's pearl necklaces that they can't wear because they're so dated and all of that. Sometimes they bring me bags of things that are totally unrelated and I do the magic. Half of the jewels in the book are made like that. One of the typical examples: I was in Southampton with a friend. We were picking up pebbles on the beach together one day in August. We go home. She shows me these diamond earrings she wants me to remount, these little strings of diamonds that are badly made and boring. I went into the bowl where we had placed all the pebbles. I picked four of the most similar ones, and I said, “Here. This is where your diamonds are going. This is going to be your necklace.” She thought I was completely crazy. She said, “I know you are original and you have ideas, but—" Sharon: You were mixing pebbles and diamonds? Is that what you were doing? Prince: Yes. She said, “You're going to have to explain this to me.” I said, “I will. I will do a drawing for you, and you will make your decision.” So, I did the drawing. I get a phone call from her a few days later. She goes, “I love it. I need this necklace more than I've ever needed a piece of jewelry.” It's featured in the book; you'll see it. Sharon: How did the book come about? Did you want to write the book? Did Rizzoli come to you? Prince: The same way the first cufflinks came to me: totally by chance. It's one of the miracles of modern technology. It's called Instagram. I put all my jewelry on Instagram, but I have tons of old photos from the family, and I post them and write fascinating stories of what all these people have done. For instance, how my great-grandmother saved the life of Albert Einstein; how Adolph Hitler kidnaped the sister of my grandfather and had them killed in a concentration camp. Some of them are beautiful stories; some are very, very tragic, but there are many of them. Somebody from Rizzoli sent me a message on Instagram saying, “I love your Instagram. We should make a book based on that concept. I need to talk to you.” Long story short, it took two and a half years, and here we are. Sharon: Somebody should put together a book of all the stories of everything that's come from Instagram, because people have started jewelry lines and written books from it. It's really launched a lot of people. Was it hard for you to gather all the material, or did you already have it? Prince: I already had all the material. What I didn't have, my mother had. Also, some uncles and aunts and relatives had it, so that was easy. The difficult part was how we were going to make it work. We had to put the chapters in order. It was like a puzzle. We had everything on the floor in our minds, with the different chapters and stories and everything. Little by little, it came together. Everybody had a great idea. I had great ideas. They lady who wrote the book with me had a great idea. She was a fantastic fact checker. She discovered, for instance, that—one of the stories I tell is how, before the war, my grandmother, then Crown Princess of Italy, had discovered Maria Montessori of the famous Montessori School. She decided she loved that program so much, because it was so modern and interesting and ahead of its time, that she wanted to create her own Montessori School at the royal palace for her children and children of the nobility. My mother told me, “Yes, it was fantastic. Here's the photo.” The school was in the Gallery Uffizi in Florence, which had been turned into a palace one year before, in 1942. She said, “Yes, and Maria Montessori was so nice. I remember her.” Well, it was a fictitious memory my mother had because she was eight years old. We found out through fact checking that Maria Montessori was actually in India for eight years at the time. The person she met was the associate of Maria Montessori who founded the school with her. My mother assumed that, because her mother was who she was, it was actually Maria Montessori herself who came, but it wasn't the case. We discovered lots of stories like that. Sharon: Interesting. Prince: We discovered that my grandmother's famous Cartier jewelry was not Cartier jewelry. I pressed and pressed the wonderful gentleman at the Cartier archives, the poor thing. I tortured him so much that he had to do three months of research to find out that it was my great grandmother, the Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia, who came to Cartier to buy some things and asked him if they could repair this tiara she had in her bag. It was a tiara from Chaumet, and nobody knew it. In every history book, it's listed as the Cartier Tiara. I had just enough time to jump on my phone and call the editor at Rizzoli when we were already in full print. I said, “This is what's going on. We need to change the story.” They said, “You can delete the word Cartier. That's all I can do for you. It's too late.” We were in the middle of Covid. The paperwork was done in Bologna, which was the center of printing in Italy. “That chapter is going to be printed six hours from now, so let me hang up and call them.” Sharon: Is that what you did? You just didn't use the word? Prince: We just removed that, yeah. We couldn't say anything more, but I speak about it all the time. So, now people know. Sharon: Interesting. I've seen the book and I've looked through it, but I don't come from an illustrious background like you do. My ancestors were not royalty, so I didn't relate to it as much, but now this humanizes it. Prince: Yes. There are 16 pages of Romanov photos that have never been published before because I owned the four albums they were in, and I've never shown them to anybody. These are really interesting because it shows them in day-to-day life. They are in the south of France. They go to a spa in Gautreau, Seville, famous for its water. They visit the house of Joan of Arc. It's really interesting. The most fascinating series of photos is the second Olympic Games in history, photographed by my great grandmother. It's all there in the book. There were also photos in Venice and photos in Spain at the bullfights, but we decided not to show the bullfight because it could be controversial. In those days, it wasn't. Sharon: You've lived all over the world. Prior to coming to the auction world, you went to school in Switzerland, then France? Prince: I was in law school in Switzerland for a while, then in France. Then I did law school in Paris. Sharon: When did you do GIA? Prince: When I came to New York. When I finished law school, I had so many friends already in New York. New York was this magic world far away from us. There was something very exotic about America and New York. It was quite fascinating, so I decided to come here and finish my law studies. I had my degree already, but I thought it would be a good idea to do a training program on Wall Street, which is what lots of European people did. So, I did that on Wall Street for almost a year. It was very interesting. I learned a lot of things, but I wasn't particularly ready to make it a career. There was an opening at Sotheby's that I found out about, and that's how it happened. Sharon: Was it a huge decision, or was it a natural segue to go into that world from the world you were in, the business world? Prince: Yes, it was a big decision. It was a very exciting decision. It was a logical thing to do because I have this Renaissance mentality. I think one should know about everything in life. I felt that with a law degree and a kind of Wall Street degree, which is a Series 7—it's the exams you take to become a stockbroker—I thought, “I'm well educated enough to do what I really like, which is gemology and stones and jewelry and all of that.” I worked at Sotheby's right away. I knew enough about jewelry that I could become an expert right away, in the sense that I needed to learn gemology at the GIA, which I went did by following the prices in the market. Pretty quickly I moved up and became after six or seven years, I think, a senior vice president for the company. Sharon: What was it about the auction world combined with jewelry that attracted you? Prince: The amount of jewelry we sold every day, that was the exciting part. For every auction you see, the catalogue you see four times a year in New York, three times a year in Geneva, four times a year in London, and, in those days, also in Hong Kong, that catalogue represents the tip of the iceberg of what comes in and out the doors of Sotheby's. Every day, it was mountains of jewelry. It was so exciting to see so much. I'm very impatient. I want to see a lot. One diamond that's there day after day if you work in a shop is not exciting enough for me. Sharon: You need the constant turnover and attraction. Prince: Yes. That was great. One day we discovered, literally in a shoe box in a bank vault on Park Avenue, one of the most famous Cartier tiaras. The same one is in one of the Cartier books today. The lady who had it had no idea. She said, “I have this funny thing that goes on the head from my grandmother. Do you think it's worth anything?” I was like, “Yes! It's fantastic.” Sharon: Wow! What else is in shoe boxes that we don't know about, right? Prince: There were lots of things like that. My most beautiful story from Sotheby's, I have to say, was when this poor lady came in. She was a bag lady, literally, in tears and very nervous. I felt there was something going on there. She told me the tragic story of how her husband had divorced her, took all her money, and she had literally one little sapphire ring. She was hoping to get $2,000 to just be able to pay her rent or she was going to be evicted. She was going to be on the street. She starts crying and crying, and she said, “Do you think you can loan me the money?” I said, “Well, can I please see the ring?” She looks at me and goes, “Here it is. Do you think I can get maybe $10,000? Would that be possible? And you could loan me $2,000?” I take a look at it. It is the most beautiful Kashmir sapphire I saw in my entire life. I said, “I think I can get more. Let me speak to my boss for the loan. Let me see.” I call everybody. I said, “Guys, you won't believe this.” I tell them the story. They all look at the stone and everybody says, “Oh, my god! We've never seen a stone like that.” My boss says, “You know we don't loan money against one piece.” I said, “John, she thinks it's worth $10,000. Let's offer her $75,000 to $100,000 for the ring and let it sell for over $200,000.” He goes, “Fine.” I go back in the room with a check with me. I said, “Listen, it's your lucky day. That is a lovely ring. I think we can put an estimate of $75,000 to $100,000.” She almost fainted. She goes, “Oh, my god!” Three months later, she comes to the auction. We opened the bid at $75,000. Before you know it, the hammer falls, and it sells for $380,000. She is sitting in front of me sobbing and crying, and then all of us start crying because we knew the story. It is a lovely story because we really changed the life of somebody. Sharon: That's true. You did the change her life, it sounds like. From there you moved to Phillips. From Sotheby's, you moved to Phillips? Prince: Yeah. Sharon: And you were head of the jewelry department there? Prince: Yes. Sharon: Where were you when the man from Brazil came to you with the first cufflinks? Prince: I was at Sotheby's then. It was in 1997. It was 40 years before I left Sotheby's, so I was starting that process little by little then. Sharon: In your jewelry, you barely see the jewelry part; you see the gem. Is it the gems that are talking to you? Prince: Both. I love that. A lot of my jewelry is very gemmy, like you say. You're absolutely right, but a lot of it based on whimsical ideas, unusual materials like the pebbles from the beach or even rubber cords. I do things mounted on leather, Damascus steel, oxidized bronze, oxidized silver. 24-karat gold I use a lot. I do all sorts of things. The other source of inspiration is the shapes, shapes as you see them in decorative arts of every culture in the world. That was the philosophy of Cartier. He instructed, already in the 19th century, the designers who worked for him to look at the decorative arts and to travel and take notes and make drawings of everything they saw, because that was the basis for all sorts of things. In the 19th century, there was a very famous book written, which is called “The Grammar of Ornament.” “The Grammar of Ornament” is a visual dictionary of every artistic style that ever existed in history in any country in the world. It's absolutely fantastic, and I've gotten tons and tons of ideas from there. So did the people at Cartier at the beginning. For instance, the Edwardian period of Cartier, it coincided with two things: when they rediscovered the Louis XVI decorative arts style with the garlands—it was called the garland style—and the introduction of platinum. Platinum in the old days was not considered a precious metal; it was for industrial applications. Then, when they studied it, they realized how hard it was and how white it was. So, it quickly replaced silver. If you look at tiaras made with silver, which are the oldest ones from the first half of the 19th century, they are very heavy. They are lovely, but there's something about them. With the introduction of platinum, Cartier was able to transform them into literally a spiderweb, completely ethereal. That's when they double in size. They're ten times as thin and you can put twice the amount of stones. It sits like an aura on your head. That is what gave them the impetus to create the garland style, the classical Art Deco that mutated into Art Deco. At the time, platinum became such a success that it became seven times more expensive than gold. Sharon: Wow! Prince: It's interesting, yeah? Sharon: Yes, very.
John and Max talk about some of the films coming this fall to TIFF and Venice, as well as, some big box office draws. Some of the movies included are Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, The Fabelmans, Avatar, and more. Website: itsthepicturespodcast.com itsthepictures.substack.com Download the episode today and tweet at John and Max (@itsthepicpod). Like the show? Review us on iTunes! We are also available on Stitcher. Opening: "The Fire" by Dan_Mantau (c) 2022 - http://ccmixter.org/files/Dan_Mantau/64603 Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) Closing: Pixie Pixels (featuring Kara Square) by spinningmerkaba (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/53778 Additional comments? Email us: email@example.com
Two Who Rule (Steven and Warren) have returned from exile on Dulkis (vacation) this week and in lieu of Chris, who continues to explore the farthest corners of the United Kingdom, we have esteemed guest co-host Dr. Heather Berberet, psychologist and frequent guest host! Just as importantly, Heather is in San Diego giving us boots on the ground insights on goings on at San Diego Comic Con, as well as weighing in on such topics as Disney possibly distributing the RTD2 era of Doctor Who, Segun Akinola leaving the show, and a sad day for tat collectors as Eaglemoss goes out of business. But cheer up! Bonhomie, jocularity and optimism are our watchwords as we ascend to your podcast listening devices once more! Links: Support Radio Free Skaro on Patreon Disney in Talks With BBC to Stream ‘Doctor Who' Series First Gallifrey One 2023 Guests Announced Doctor Who Magazine #580 Segun Akinola leaving Doctor Who at end of Whittaker run Doctor Who Confidential aka Doctor Who Unleashed to return? An Interview With BBC Studios CEO Tom Fussell BBC Studios Posts Record Annual Financials as Production Sales Jump 56 Percent BBC Drama total budget vs. streaming hits Doctor Who science exhibition Worlds of Wonder heads to Scotland Part Works publisher Eaglemoss goes out of business Titan Comics Doctor Who Humble Bundle until July 29 The Doctor Who Quiz Book by Beth Axford due September 29 Matthew Sweet's BBC programme about the Dalek movies Doctor Who at the BBC: The Collection: The First Nine Volumes due December 1 Big Finish Second Doctor Adventures: Beyond War Games released Big Finish Torchwood: Death in Venice ft Ace due September 2022 Big Finish Doctor Who — The Third Doctor Adventures: Kaleidoscope due October 2022 Big Finish Star Cops – The High Frontier 1 due November 2022 Big Finish UNIT – Brave New World: Visitants due December 2022 Big Finish The War Master: Escape from Reality due December 2022 Anjli Mohindra Returns as Rani in Big Finish
in this episode, Luke and Eleanor discuss Genoa and Venice, their longstanding rivalry, the rise and fall of each, and more! but mostly it's just slander Genoa for not ever beating their rival, Venice, at least until the present day when Genoa is much larger and not sinking into the sea.
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From the sixteenth century through to the end of the eighteenth century, the Venetian government and the Roman Catholic Church jointly established a tribunal to repress heresy throughout the Republic of Venice. The inquisition also intervened in cases of sacrilege, apostasy, prohibited books, superstition, and witchcraft.In this episode of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks to Professor Nicholas Davidson about his deep research into the Venetian archives, which sheds new light on the nature of religious belief in early modern Italy and the activities the Venetian Inquisition sought to prevent.For this episode, the Senior Producer was Elena Guthrie. It was researched by Esther Arnott, edited by Thomas Ntinas and produced by Rob Weinberg.For more Not Just The Tudors content, subscribe to our Tudor Tuesday newsletter here >If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today!To download, go to Android > or Apple store > See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Full Text of ReadingsThursday of the Sixteenth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 398All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Lawrence of BrindisiAt first glance, perhaps the most remarkable quality of Lawrence of Brindisi is his outstanding gift of languages. In addition to a thorough knowledge of his native Italian, he had complete reading and speaking ability in Latin, Hebrew, Greek, German, Bohemian, Spanish, and French. Lawrence was born on July 22, 1559, and died exactly 60 years later on his birthday in 1619. His parents William and Elizabeth Russo gave him the name of Julius Caesar, Caesare in Italian. After the early death of his parents, he was educated by his uncle at the College of St. Mark in Venice. When he was just 16, he entered the Capuchin Franciscan Order in Venice and received the name of Lawrence. He completed his studies of philosophy and theology at the University of Padua and was ordained a priest at 23. With his facility for languages Lawrence was able to study the Bible in its original texts. At the request of Pope Clement VIII, he spent much time preaching to the Jews in Italy. So excellent was his knowledge of Hebrew, the rabbis felt sure he was a Jew who had become a Christian. Lawrence's sensitivity to the needs of people—a character trait perhaps unexpected in such a talented scholar—began to surface. He was elected major superior of the Capuchin Franciscan province of Tuscany at the age of 31. He had the combination of brilliance, human compassion, and administrative skill needed to carry out his duties. In rapid succession he was promoted by his fellow Capuchins and was elected minister general of the Capuchins in 1602. In this position he was responsible for great growth and geographical expansion of the Order. Lawrence was appointed papal emissary and peacemaker, a job which took him to a number of foreign countries. An effort to achieve peace in his native kingdom of Naples took him on a journey to Lisbon to visit the king of Spain. Serious illness in Lisbon took his life in 1619. In 1956, the Capuchins completed a 15-volume edition of Lawrence's writings. Eleven of these 15 contain his sermons, each of which relies chiefly on scriptural quotations to illustrate his teaching. Reflection His constant devotion to Scripture, coupled with great sensitivity to the needs of people, present a lifestyle which appeals to Christians today. Lawrence had a balance in his life that blended self-discipline with a keen appreciation for the needs of those whom he was called to serve. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
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