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Still having withdrawal over Downton Abbey's Series Three end? Bummed about Matthew? Wondering what will happen to Tom Branson and the baby? Curious about what O'Brien and Thomas may have cooking up downstairs for Season 4?
Tune in and let it all out. We'll talk Downton Abbey for a full hour, including some news of Series 4, just back into production.
Join Blogcritics' executive editor Barbara Barnett for this lively hour-long discussion of this week's new Once Upon a Time episode The Queen is Dead, and we'll also preview the Miller's Daughter, next Sunday's pivotal episode, which Barnett has already seen via press screener.
Also, Sunday is the Paley Panel with the Once Upon a Time cast and creators, and we'll have a full report on that as well.
So join Barbara and her guest panelists JeromeWetzelTV and RHeart Chrissy to chit-chat about what are sure to be a couple of very powerful episodes!
Barbara has also (finally) caught up with Downton Abbey, so be sure to tune in and find out what she likes (and maybe doesn't) about series three.
John is probably best known currently for scoring the hugely successful flagship ITV/Carnival Films drama, Downton Abbey. For which, he was awarded an EMMY AWARD 2012, and has also received an EMMY nomination 2013. Having won a best TV score RTS Award 2010, as well as having been nominated for both aBAFTA and Ivor Novello award for his evocative score for Sky's Going Postal, and having received nominations for a BAFTA Award for Best Original Score for his wonderful music to the BBC Dickens adaptation, Little Dorrit, John Lunn’s music possesses a wonderfully unique voice that spans the spectrum of musical styles. Classically trained yet contemporary in attitude, he combines a highly intelligent and sensitive approach, with a sound that always hits at the emotional heart of a piece. Along with the highest production values, and a continual desire to discover new colours and sounds, it is not hard to see why John is continuously in such high demand.John is currently scoring the highly anticipated BBC drama, Burton And Taylor starring Dominic West and Helena Bonham-Carter as Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, having just completed the BBC’s The White Queen, based on the bestselling Phillipa Gregory novels, and the BBC’s reimagining of the Hitchcock classic,The Lady Vanishes. Other recent works, as well as having included scoring Mob Films adaptation of Terry Pratchett's Going Postal for Sky1, and the much acclaimed 2012 new year's BBC/Masterpiece Dickens centenary adaptation of The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, also include a compelling 14 part re-imagining of another Dickens' classic, Little Dorrit for the BBC, (for which John also received an EMMY nomination) and a wonderfully chilling one off Xmas special feature adaptation of MR James' classic ghost story, Turn of the Screw for the BBC, starring John Hurt. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
The king’s speech,Downton Abbey,Conan,My Week with Marilyn, Jack Ryan, buffalo soldiers, Cinderella,Jude, The red violin(the list goes on.) All in a day’s work for Judy Farr whose career stretches back 3 decades. She might not have seen it all before but certainly knows how to present it all on screens, small and large. The historical roots behind Judy's rise to OSCAR, EMMY and BAFTA nominations, are to be found at around half past three on Sunday afternoons when the young Judy would leave her sisters playing in the garden, make her way into the house, close the curtains and immerse herself in the old historical black and white movies from the 1930s &40s, shown on the BBC. Fate brought Jude to the BBC at a time of brilliant new British comedy where she worked on productions such asBlack Adder, Hi de Hi, Rory Bremner,Reeves and Mortimer& Mr Bean.This gave her a fantastic training & helped her moveas a freelance set decorator into the British film industry. Jude's career since then has been a roll call of talents & places.She worked in Ireland with designer Jim Clay on Maeve Binchy's Circle of Friends, director Neil Jordan on Ondineand producer, David Putnam on War of the Buttons. Her long term collaboration with the late Simon Holland took her to the forests of Borneo to work on The Sleeping Dictionary.Then to Prague with Dino de Laurentis and designer Allan Starski on Hannibal rising&Terry Gilliam on his interpretation of The Brothers Grimm. Back to Britain for Death at a Funeral, with Michael Howells's and Frank Oz. Stephen Fry's Bright Young Things and David Cronenberg's Eastern Promises: With old BBC colleague Donal Woods, Judy has completed the 2nd series of the hugely successful Downton Abbey for which they have been nominated for many prestigious awards.You can email your questions to email@example.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Host Allison McClintick chats with Major Derek Abbey (USMC retired) on his life experiences, influence and the nature of impact. What can happen when we intentionally set our initiative? What can we do for our own lives and harmoniously, for others? Derek shares his insight on his professional and personal experiences thus far and how it is influenced his intentional leadership.
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Live this Thursday at 7pm, first time in Kudio, Fort Lauderdale Strikers Midfielder, Fafa Picault! A Gigantic Game vs Minnesota United this week for first place. Can Fafa and da Boyz bring home the 3 points? We'll also have Matt Abbey, aka, Tri Rail Firm, in the house for Justin. We'll talk about the Atlanta game,The Gunterminator Tifo, The Schlitterbaun Water Park Situation, The Bus Trip to Tampa, Flight 19 Watch Parties, NASL Breakdown and other random things no one cares about. This is your type of Show! Follow the link and tune in on 5/15/14 at 7pm! Go Strikers!
Join hosts, Mary E., and Diane B as they share some of their favorite happening things in and around their neighborhood. This week focuses on food, fun, and Libations! Below are links to the spectacular things in the line up!
Today's musical guest is Jefri Payne, smooth jazz musician out of Indianapolis.
New England Seafood Company
Geja's July Winemaker Dinner
Flabbey At the Abbey Anniversary Show
Tickle Me Pink
Fight Like a Girl, Drink Like a Lady
Valparaiso Wine Event
In April of 1944, General Dwight D. Eisenhower's Psychological Warfare Division began transmitting multilingual radio programs from the American Broadcast Station in Europe (ABSIE). Between October 30 and November 20 of that year, Major Glenn Miller and the American Band of the Allied Expeditionary Forces occupied what are now known as the Abbey Road Studios in Westminster at the heart of London's West End, and recorded enough material for six complete programs specifically aimed at German-speaking audiences. This is the Glenn Miller Orchestra at their very finest, recorded under optimum conditions (the sound quality is superb) and performing a perfectly balanced blend of swinging dance tunes and lush mood music, sometimes sweetened by a string section. What makes this portion of the Miller legacy so unique is the German announcer Ilse Weinberger, Miller's own diligent attempts to convey greetings (and propaganda) in German, and vocals by Irene Manning and crooner Johnny Desmond, smoothly enunciated in German as well.
This is the first time that I could actually list an artist - from A to Z - that Winston Byrd has had in his circle. He has played trumpet for over two decades with the best of the best...ready for a taste of that alphabetized list? Abbey Lincoln/Blood, Sweat & Tears/Chaka Khan/Dells/Ellington's Orchestra/Fathead Newman/Grateful Dead/Horn (as in Shirley)/ I - as in Will.I.Am - whew! It goes ON and on!
Winston hails from Wilmington, Delaware - so he heard the music of the extended Philadelphia region, as well as New Jersey and New York. What steered him in his musical journey, initially, was feeling the sound of Maynard Ferguson (in seventh grade!) - then seeing Dizzy Gillespie with Jon Faddis on the 1986 Grammy telecast. Jon actually became a mentor - and introduced our guest to some pivotal admirers who would pave the way for more awesome associations. And SO much work! Music that was developed "on the road" as opposed to what could have been learned in the classroom. Part of that amazing journey revolves around the artistry that Winston has developed with big bands. Orchestras. He loves ALL of it, though. Way beyond HYBRID, this one! LOL! This is Multiple Genre Magic that Winston Byrd has cultivated.
Two albums to his credit - and we'll hear tracks from both. "Soul Searchin'" and "The Tao of Pooh" bring to your ears a full fruition of all that expertise he has brought to performances and projects by other artists. If you do the research, you'll see one rave review after another from fans of trumpet who cannot believe what they're hearing. Winston Byrd is THAT good :)
What we'll have for you is superb music and conversation - and a special July 4th show. Gather friends and join us!
Music Composer Rich Walters was recently just nominated for his 2nd Leo award in as many years. As well, over the past five years he’s been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for his score in the television mini series, Ring Of Fire. He was also fortunate enough to have won a Leo Award for that same mini series last year. He’s also been the recipient of two Emmy Award Nominations for the television mini series, Tin Man and Alice. Currently Rich is busy composing the score for Neill Blomkamps next feature film for Sony Pictures and MRC starring Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Wearver, Sharlto Copley and Dev Patel titled “Chappie”. He’s also looking forward to beginning work on a new television series for SYFY Universal titled “Olympus”. Over the past few years, Rich has recorded with the Czech National Symphony in Prague. As well, he’s recorded with the London Philharmonic at Abbey Road Studios and been fortunate enough to have worked at Air Studios Lyndhurst in London. After high school Rich continued his study of music at Capilano University where he focused on Jazz, music theory and composition. It was also at this point where he began to study Piano and Guitar. Although his primary interests have always been jazz and electronica, Rich continually finds himself enamored with the avant-garde side of modern music which keeps inspiring him as a composer for film, television and multimedia productions.You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
This is the only radio show in history, that was instrumental in bringing a TV series back from cancellation.
Ann Curry Held Hostage update.
Reviewed Banshee on Cinemax and Downton Abbey on PBS.
Chosen on Crackle starring Milo Ventimiglia reviewed.
Did Piers Morgan of CNN diss Larry King? How much did Sarah Palin cost Fox News per word?
SAG Awards review.
Are you watching the season premiere of TNT's DALLAS? Are you a fan of Deception on NBC? The Following is returning on FOX for its second episode tonight. Also this week we have the premieres of Do No Harm on NBC and The Americans on FX..
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