I talk to authors Stephen Farber and Michael McClellan about their book Cinema '62. The Greatest Year At The Movies..Was it?? Will they convince you??
True Stories Of Tinseltown
I had fun discussing with Stephen and Michael, their book Cinema '62 The Greatest Year At The Movies... When I first read the title I did a doubtful hmmmmmm. They make great points and the movies were pretty fabulous. We talk Lolita, would it be made today? The Manchurian candidate and brainwashing. Baby Jane and so much more. It was a year of very provocative films thats for sure. One thing I know is if it wasn't the best it was pretty close. Thanks so much to Stephen Farber. You can see more about him at www.stephenfarber.com Thanks so much to Michael. You can find more info on Michael here. www.mrmcclellan.com https://www.amazon.com/Cinema-62-Greatest-Year-Movies/dp/1978808828/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1IL6C0Q05ASN2&dchild=1&keywords=cinema+62+the+greatest+year+at+the+movies&qid=1601826772&sprefix=Cinema+62%2Caps%2C147&sr=8-1 Mostly thanks to the listeners. Thanks for hanging in. Lots of good shows coming up. Much love, Grace Check out my Facebook page. I add new stuff constantly. Its a great group of people. www.facebook.com/truestoriesoftinseltown you can listen to podcast www.truestoriesoftinseltown.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-stories-of-tinseltown/id136374488 https://open.spotify.com/show/6iTSF8pIrVTbZ8QqNidVUy?si=zn73ahjEQKOzrMtc-8VRhg You can also listen on google play, spotify, YouTube, player FM, I heart radio, amazon music and basically anywhere podcasts are played. I’m also on weekly at www.racketeerradio.com. Lots of great music and shows. I’m also on Pinterest, Tumblr, twitter and instagram. Stay safe and healthy everybody..
To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) w/ special guest Michael McClellan
Classic Movie Musts
Support Classic Movie Musts and get your exclusive access to our Patreon exclusive weekly podcast, Classic Movie Musts: Double Feature, and our monthly show, Max's Movie Musts, over at patreon.com/classicmoviemusts In this episode we welcome Michael McClellan, author of Cinema '62: The Greatest Year at the Movies, to the show to discuss one of that year's most iconic films, To Kill A Mockingbird (1962), starring Gregory Peck. Timestamps: Opening Credits: 1:26 Feature Presentation: 7:38 Ending Credits: 1:01:39
SMAC212 Michael McClellan Airshow Announcer, Airport Owner and the First Light Sport Pilot
Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly
Welcome back from Sun N Fun and a special edition of the Stuck MIc AvCast. Today I have with me airshow announcer, airport owner, and light sport pilot #1 Michael McClellan. Michael has been a volunteer at Sun N Fun for over 20 years! Preflight Checklist: Before we begin the show a quick word from […] The post SMAC212 Michael McClellan Airshow Announcer, Airport Owner and the First Light Sport Pilot appeared first on Stuck Mic AvCast - An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly.
Michael McClellan | Kurdistan Today: No Friends But the Mountains | Ep-16
What's going on in Kurdistan in northern Iraq? Who are the Kurds? What is their status within Iraq? Michael McClellan, career American diplomat and current President of the American University of Kurdistan Foundation was at the Tennessee World Affairs Council for a standing room only Global Town Hall on March 20, 2019 to talk about these questions and about AUK and its exchange programs with Tennessee Universities.This topic plays on a common Kurdish saying, but leaves open the possibility to talk about a wide range of topics and will allow a Q&A to go all over the place. One of the central points I want to make is that Kurds finally have the chance to run their OWN educational system and they are making choices that will benefit Kurds throughout the world. By establishing two American-style universities, Kurds are preparing for a future that can go either way and that is the vital thing now. Also, it is a chance to promote Kurdish culture and language globally, an opportunity that Iran, Turkey, and Syria do not afford the Kurds, but Iraq does.Kurdistan is one of the very few bright lights in the Middle East – the cornerstone of stability and a model of tolerance and diversity for the entire region. McClellan’s brief will be upbeat, but realistic, will address independence/autonomy, but focus on the positive role of education in advancing the cause of the Kurds.About Michael McClellanMichael McClellan became President of the American University of Kurdistan Foundation in August 2018. Prior to that, he was Diplomat-in-Residence at Western Kentucky University and a Recruitment and Outreach Officer with the U.S. Department of State, responsible for recruiting for the U.S. Foreign Service by increasing awareness of the many internship, fellowship, and career opportunities available with the Department.During his three decades with the U.S. Information Agency and the U.S. Department of State, Michael served as a Public Diplomacy Officer in Yemen, Egypt, Russia, Serbia, Germany, Kosovo, Ireland, Iraq (twice), Ethiopia, and South Sudan, where he served as Deputy Chief of Mission. He was also Diplomat-in-Residence at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He retired in 2014 with the rank of Minister-Counselor.Michael’s work in Public Diplomacy focused on press and media, often as the official Embassy Spokesman. He was Spokesman in Kosovo right after the NATO bombing campaign and then in Iraq when the U.S. military withdrew in 2011. However, Michael’s proudest accomplishment in the Foreign Service was founding the American University in Kosovo, which opened its doors in 2004 and continues educating Kosovo’s youth from all communities to this day. As a Public Affairs Counselor in several embassies, Michael oversaw the Public Diplomacy grants to local NGOs and was responsible for ensuring compliance of grantees with USG regulations.Throughout his career, Michael maintained a lifelong interest in photography and religions, which culminated in a book on Egypt’s Coptic Church monasteries that was published by the American University in Cairo Press and extensive outreach on Muslim-Christian interfaith understanding during several overseas assignments. Later in his career, working mainly in Africa, he promoted organic and sustainable farming and Appalachian culture.A Kentucky native, Michael has a B.A. in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Louisville, an M.A. in Photojournalism and International Relations from Syracuse University, and completed doctoral studies in International Communication at Indiana University in Bloomington.As a diplomat, Michael spoke Russian, Arabic, and German, as well as some Serbian and Albanian. He lives in Dohuk, Kurdistan, as well as Bowling Green, Kentucky, where he has a small organic farm and keeps bees.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Lauren Chaney and Ashlyn DiNardo from Birch Communications, Michael McClellan from Designs in Motion, and Courtney Spencer from the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
The Voice of Business Podcast (formerly Member Spotlight) with the Gwinnett Chamber
Lauren Chaney and Ashlyn DiNardo/Birch Communications Birch Communications is a leading technology service provider to small, mid-sized, enterprise and wholesale businesses. They meet the needs of business customers that are under-served by other providers by offering a diverse portfolio of integrated technology solutions coupled with a relentless focus on customer service. Their mission is to provide high-quality, reliable […]The post OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Lauren Chaney and Ashlyn DiNardo from Birch Communications, Michael McClellan from Designs in Motion, and Courtney Spencer from the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce appeared first on Business RadioX ®.