The heat is on and the humor is dry when David Cross joins Rob Lowe. The guys reminisce on CB radio, Midnight Movie Madness, and collecting beer cans. David also shares some great stories from his time working on Wonder Showzen and his new film The Dark Divide. Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
"Some nameless scapegoat in the middle" - The Killing of David Cross / WKT5 #14
Who Killed Theresa
Early Saturday evening, October 20, 1979, 28-year-old David Cross was shot dead by SQ constable Robert Lessard outside his home on the Kahnawake Reserve on the South Shore of the St. Lawrence River near Montreal.For more information please visit the website: https://theresaallore.com/2021/09/04/some-nameless-scapegoat-in-the-middle-david-cross-wkt5-14/
Dr. David Cross is the co-founder and Rees-Jones Director of our Institute and also the co-creator of TBRI, so it was extra special to have him on the podcast. This episode is a great overview of the TBRI Empowering Principles. Dr. Cross gives a little history of the Empowering Principles and their place in TBRI, and touches on everything from self-regulation to meeting sensory needs, to transitions, and some of the newer developments of the TBRI Empowering Principles. Linked References from this Episode: Hope Connection Camp Dr. Karyn Purvis TBRI Wisdom of the Body Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language Becky’s story Engine Plates - The ALERT Program T Berry Brazelton Still-faced paradigm video The Creation of Settings and the Future Societies Methodist Childrens Home Zeigarnik effect
NEM#148: David Cross (ex-King Crimson): Electric Violin Dinosaur Battles
Nakedly Examined Music Podcast
David played in perhaps the most revered line-up of King Crimson at the end of its original run from '72-'74. He released his first "solo" album (as Low Flying Aircraft) in '87, then eight more under his own name plus several collaborations. We discuss "Predator" by Cross and Jackson from Another Day (2018), "The Pool" by The David Cross Band from Sign of the Crow (2016), and "Awful Love" from Closer than Skin (2005). We conclude with the title track from Crossover by David Cross and Peter Banks (2020). Intro: "Exiles" by King Crimson from Larks' Tongues in Aspic (1973). For more, see davidcrossband.com. Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Sponsors: Get 15% off an annual membership at MasterClass.com/examined. Visit nebia.com/nem and use code NEM for 10% off your shower upgrade and accessories.
David Cross and Ed Helms step into The Hive with The Bee Man where they talk about comedy, skateboarding, being #GirlDads and much much much much much more. This is another record setting podcast for you to enjoy. Full episode: https://www.patreon.com/worldrecordpodcast "I Want a New Drug" by Chuck Watkins (twitter: @BonkWatkins) Check out Those Timeless Creatives: https://linktr.ee/thosetimelesscreativesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Season 2: David Cross | Part 5: “David Hit the Atmosphere”
How far does David Cross like to take the joke? What's going on in his mind when he's making us laugh? And will anyone have the nerve to ever talk back to him? In Part 5, "David Hit the Atmosphere", we take a few last shots before saying good-night. Yes, it's the season finale of Assembly's journey with David Cross, and it ain't over until Fred Armisen sings. No, really. Special guests include Janeane Garofalo and Patton Oswalt with more original music by our pal Armisen. Subscribe to Assembly to access the podcast’s full archive, which includes its debut season featuring Iron & Wine/Calexico. Follow on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Podchaser
Season 2: David Cross | Part 4: “Is This Who I Am”
When comedians ask questions, their audiences are all too happy to answer … like it or not. In Part 4, "Is This Who I Am", we examine how feedback factors heavily into David Cross' current process and how it works for him. After all, no one’s immune to feedback. Ever notice this Internet thing the kids keep talking about? Then again, compliments are feedback, too. So, whatever its intent, feedback compels us to think just a degree or two more, which isn’t always a bad deal. This very phenomenon happened to Sarah Silverman, as well, but, as she tells us, she was prepared. Joining Silverman on this episode are Amber Tamblyn, Bob Odenkirk, Janeane Garofalo, and AO Scott of The New York Times. Original music by Fred Armisen. Subscribe to Assembly to access the podcast’s full archive, which includes its debut season featuring Iron & Wine/Calexico. Follow on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Podchaser