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292 Robert Wagner

One Kind Moment

A podcast where we share sixty seconds of inspiration to help you create a kinder, gentler world faster than the speed of heartbreak. We believe that kindness needs to be the number one cherished idea in the world today. So, we created a show that adds one sweet droplet of goodness into the ocean of your life - every day.  Yesterday by John Hobart - Music Design by Jason Inc. https://brucewaynemclellan.com/

1min

21 Oct 2022

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112 Robert Wagner

善良的一刻

大家好,我是夏昀Julia Hsia,這是 善良的一刻 One Kind Moment - 由執行製片人-Bruce Wayne McLellan -創建的播客 - 在比心碎的速度更快的60 秒之內,我們分享靈感,來幫助您創建一個更友善,更溫和的世界。此播客是 善意一詞 One Kind Word 的補充節目。我們相信,善良需要成為當今世界第一珍惜的理念。所以,我們製作了這個節目,每天將一滴甜蜜的善意注入你的生活。請每日收聽我們的節目,與我們保持聯繫,讓我們一起有個小小的內心微笑,和一顆充滿希望的心。 回頭見。 Yesterday by John Hobart - Music Design by Jason Inc. https://brucewaynemclellan.com/ 

1min

22 Jul 2022

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Robert Wagner and The Little Wretches

WV Uncommon Place

RED BEETS AND HORSERADISH is inspired by a relish or side-dish usually served around the holidays of Easter or Passover by various ethnicities of Eastern Europe. For the Serbs, for example, the red of the beets is symbolic of the blood of their people, and the horseradish the bitterness of their suffering. For others, the symbolism involves the blood of their savior and the bitterness of His suffering. People in the Jewish tradition also enjoy the dish, but there is no blood involved—the beets are merely for flavor—but the horseradish does represent the memory of bitter suffering in bondage.The songs on the album involve vignettes and portraits of people who’ve suffered—old people, sick people, crazy people, people who are alone—but the heart of the songs lies not in the suffering of the characters but in the indomitable faith and humor that sustains them.Drums--Mike MaddenBass--John CarsonPiano--H.K. Hilner, Hollis GreathouseGuitars--Robert Andrew WagnerLead Vocals—Robert Andrew Wagner and Rosa ColucciBackground Vocals—Emma Golebie, Jack Erdie, Rosa Colucci, Robert WagnerProduced by The Little WretchesRecorded by Hollis GreathouseMastered by Tom DimuzioAll songs by Robert Andrew Wagner except RISE by Jack Erdie (with additional traditional lyrics), WINTER’S GRACE by Annette Dietz and Robert Andrew Wagner, and OLD HUNDREDTH by Traditional, arranged by Robert Andrew Wagner--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wvuncommonplace/message

48mins

21 Jul 2022

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Harvey Brownstone Interviews Legendary Actor, Producer and Author, Robert Wagner

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Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth interview with Legendary Actor, Producer and Author, Robert Wagner About Harvey's guest: Robert Wagner is one of the most popular and successful stars in the entertainment industry, boasting three hit television series and an impressive list of both feature and television films.  He has acted in over 100 films and made hundreds of television appearances in his 70+ year career.   As a young man under contract to 20th Century Fox, Robert Wagner was cast by Darryl F. Zanuck in With a Song in My Heart. Although the part lasted a scant minute, his performance as a crippled soldier responding to the song of Susan Hayward’s Jane Froman brought immediate public reaction to the studio. Spencer Tracy saw his performance in Beneath the Twelve Mile Reef and requested Wagner for the role of his son in Broken Lance. Tracy was so impressed with Wagner, he cast him again as his brother in The Mountain. A small sample of Wagner’s numerous film credits includes Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, The Pink Panther, The Curse of the Pink Panther, Midway, The Towering Inferno, Banning, Harper, Prince Valiant, The True Story of Jesse James, and All the Fine Young Cannibals. He starred with Joanne Woodward in her film debut, A Kiss Before Dying.  Antonio Banderas directed Wagner in Crazy in Alabama.  In the 1990s, he was introduced to a new legion of fans with the role of Number Two, the villainous henchman to Dr. Evil, the archenemy of Mike Myers’ title character in the Austin Powers trilogy.  On television, Wagner starred in three long-running series.  He was nominated for an Emmy for his role as suave cat-burglar Alexander Mundy in It Takes a Thief with Malachi Throne and Fred Astaire.  He portrayed con man-turned-detective Pete Ryan in Switch with Eddie Albert and Sharon Gless.  And Wagner became a fan favorite as the debonair and charming millionaire/amateur detective Jonathan Hart in Hart to Hart with Stefanie Powers. Other illustrious television performances include starring with Jaclyn Smith in the top-rated miniseries, Windmills of the Gods — based on Sidney Sheldon’s best-selling novel; Angie Dickinson in the miniseries Pearl; Audrey Hepburn in Love Among Thieves; Lesley Anne Down in Indiscreet; and Elizabeth Taylor in There Must Be a Pony, which he also executive-produced. He appeared alongside such notable names as Philip Casnoff, Kyle Chandler, Cathy Lee Crosby, Leslie-Ann Down, and Billy Dee Williams in North and South: Book 3, Heaven and Hell.  Sir Laurence Olivier chose Wagner to star with him in the television adaptation of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.  Wagner’s wife, the late Natalie Wood, co-starred with them. In addition to his film and television ventures, Robert toured the world performing in A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters with Stefanie Powers.  They were the first to launch the tour internationally. After his tour with Powers ended, Wagner enjoyed the play so much, he continued performing it at charity events and around the world with his wife, actress Jill St. John. Away from the acting world, Robert Wagner has long been a fan of golf and boasted a five handicap. He once beat professional golfer  Sam Snead in a head-to-head competition.  Footage of this win is posted in the Video section of this page under Additional Videos.  For more interviews and podcasts go to: https://www.harveybrownstoneinterviews.com/https://www.robert-wagner.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/277363364879/ https://www.instagram.com/robertwagnerofficial/#RobertWagner    #harveybrownstoneinterviews

39mins

26 May 2022

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Share Your Story: Robert Wagner

Cancer U Thrivers

Robert Andrew Wagner is a writer, teacher, and performer, teaching through stories, telling stories through songs as frontman and chief songwriter/lyricist for The Little Wretches. Wagner is a survivor of cancer, holds a master’s degree in Instruction and Learning, and teaches and counsels at-risk teens. 02:20: The Little Wretches was the band I started when my survival was clear. 04:42: I find this little lump in my groin.  06:09: I had one positive lymph node. 08:35: We just found a lump the size of a walnut and on each of your lungs. 09:48: I did miss a few chemo sessions.  13:00: Did it have any impact on your ability to have kids?  15:00: I think the chemo affected my thinking. 18:56: It's like my life came back to me.  21:11: Were you alone in this hospital?  23:00: They kept on trying to tell him that he had AIDS.  25:14: What is the one thing you wish you had known at the very beginning of your cancer journey? 27:03: If you could only do one thing to improve health care in the US, what would it  be and why?  28:15: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions.  31:13: Trust your doctors. 33:07: Where did the name of the band come from?  Resources Robert's band The Little WretchesThe Little Wretches on YouTubeRobert on LinkedInEmail Robert

35mins

17 May 2022

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NoteSpire Music Artist Insight with Robert Wagner

NoteSpire Radio Artist Insight

This episode features music and chat from Robert Wagner, singer/songwriter from Western Pennsylvania. As well as being a solo artist, he performs with The Little Wretches, and this interview features 3 songs from their recent album, "Red Beets & Horseradish". The songs on the album "...involve vignettes and portraits of people who’ve suffered—old people, sick people, crazy people, people who are alone—but the heart of the songs lies not in the suffering of the characters but in the indomitable faith and humor that sustains them."Learn more about Robert Wagner and The Little Wretches at their website and on Facebook.https://littlewretches.comhttps://www.facebook.com/thelittlewretches/robert_andrew_wagner@verizon.netContact NoteSpire Music at:NoteSpireMusic.comEmail us: info@NoteSpireMusic.comTune in to WNSM-DB NoteSpire Radio:NoteSpireRadio.com and on the Live365 app

1hr

31 Mar 2022

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GGACP Classic: Robert Wagner

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

In celebration of his 92nd birthday, Gilbert and Frank revisit this 2019 interview with screen legend Robert Wagner, who talks about his years as a 20th Century Fox contract player, shares his memories of making the films "Harper," "The Pink Panther" and "The Towering Inferno" and looks back on his decades-long friendships with Cary Grant, Paul Newman, Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor and Spencer Tracy. Also, Fred Astaire lays on the charm, Dean Martin drops by the set, David Niven comes in from the cold and Robert guest-stars in a memorable "Seinfeld" episode. PLUS: Lionel Stander! "It Takes a Thief"! In praise of Robert Osborne! The comic genius of Blake Edwards! And Robert pays tribute to Hollywood's greatest character actresses!(Special thanks to Lex Passaris and Jeannie Sloan!) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 33mins

10 Feb 2022

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58. Robert Wagner – 55 Questions to Ask Before You Sell Your Business

How That Happened

Aaron is joined by his co-host Robert Wagner, who leads the Advisory practice at HoganTaylor. Robert published the book 55 Questions to Ask Before You Sell Your Business on March 23, 2021. Robert shares the inspiration behind the book and the lessons he hopes readers will take away based on the opening statement he establishes at the very beginning of the first chapter: One day, your business will be owned by someone else. “Too many owners,” says Robert, “don’t plan for that process.” He makes the case that business owners need to be thinking—perhaps up to three years in advance—about how to position their company for that inevitable sale or transfer of ownership. Listen in as Aaron and Robert discuss several of the 55 questions, which Robert grouped into five separate categories in the book: general financial questions; revenue and profitability questions; financial condition and capital structure questions; strategic organizational and human resource questions; and contracts, tax, and regulatory. This episode is now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also listen via the podcast player embedded above. Make sure to subscribe to “How That Happened” to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better run your business. For bonus content and additional show notes, visit http://www.hogantaylor.com/how-that-happened Copyright 2020 HoganTaylor LLP. All Rights Reserved. To view the HoganTaylor general terms & conditions, visit www.hogantaylor.com

50mins

1 Nov 2021

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Indie Music Artist Robert Wagner Joins Us for the First Time

Off The Chain

As frontman and chief songwriter/lyricist for 80s/90s seminal Pittsburgh rock band, Little Wretches, Robert Wagner rode a wave of local notoriety that led the band to the forefront of the underground music scene. The Little Wretches were founded as a folk/punk band by Robert (guitar) and his brother, Chuckie (violin).  The “classic” Mach 2 era of Little Wretches included Ed Heidel (bass), Chris Bruckhoff (percussion, wind instruments, backing vocals) and Bob Goetz (guitar), rounded out by Dave Mitchell (drums), Mike Michalski (bass) and Ellen Hildebrand (electric guitar.) This rock edition of the band performed regularly and helped the band build its massive following in Pittsburgh.https://www.facebook.com/thelittlewretches https://littlewretches.com https://open.spotify.com/artist/28Ue5Dx2uO60U7MMKJ3waD?si=QuExwCFLQ32ld9GcJ83vvw

1hr

27 Oct 2021

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Robert Wagner, The Little Wretches

Rap It Out

Robert Wagner continues to perform at coffeehouses and small clubs. A Master's Degree holder, Wagner also counsels abused, neglected, traumatized and court-adjudicated youth. He is the co-founder of The Calliope Acoustic Open Stage, an event that has lasted 15+ years. Wagner is also a long-term cancer survivor. In 2020, front-man Robert Wagner issued two new albums, including "Undesirables And Anarchists," which featured a #1 international iTunes chart hit and received airplay on more than 100 AM/FM stations across North America. The Little Wretches are an incredible act to witness.  For more information and more please visit: https://littlewretches.com https://www.facebook.com/thelittlewretches https://open.spotify.com/album/3c84TIb7dzXaB1cidtNM0J https://open.spotify.com/artist/28Ue5Dx2uO60U7MMKJ3waD https://littlewretches.bandcamp.com/album/the-little-wretches https://www.discogs.com/artist/1206593-The-Little-Wretches https://music.apple.com/us/artist/the-little-wretches/274398328 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1WtgSfs-H_Zv45bXpsIWTw https://www.deezer.com/artist/120694/radio?autoplay=true https://www.iheart.com/artist/radio-Little+Wretches-30059877?autoplay=true https://soundcloud.com/thelittlewretches https://www.amazon.com/Little-Wretches/dp/B018ZPN9TA--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musically0/support

1hr 2mins

12 Oct 2021

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