[Full episode] William Shatner, Randall Park, Sharon Horgan
Q with Tom Power
William Shatner reflects on his lifelong love of learning and why his trip to space didn't turn out to be the celebration he had expected. Randall Park talks about his animated series, Human Resources, plus his path from architecture student to comedy actor. Sharon Horgan discusses her latest series, Bad Sisters, and why it can be fun to see people on their worst behaviour.
(Mon Full Show) William Shatner Is On The Show Talking About His New Book And Going To Space + What Happened At Lunchbox's Acting Debut in Las Vegas That Made Bobby Mad + The Crazy Thing That Happened During Amy's Uber Ride
The Bobby Bones Show
William Shatner joins us today! He talks about his new book "Boldly Go: Reflections on a Life of Awe and Wonder," meeting Elvis Presley, going to space in real life and more! Plus, Lunchbox had a big weekend in Las Vegas making his acting debut in "Bat Out Of Hell." Hear how the performance went and find out what happened to his lines that made Bobby mad. Then, Bobby and Amy went to a wedding this weekend and the craziest thing happened to Amry during her Uber ride home! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
William Shatner, Bahá’is in Iran, Class in the Church of England
How do we preserve memories of loved ones after their death? An innovative new technology has been developed that allows people to interact virtually with someone who has recorded answers to a series of questions before their death. We discuss the moral implications and hear from the actor William Shatner who has documented his own life in a video for future generations. In Iran, there are reports that authorities have arrested several leaders from the Bahá’i community and demolished homes. William Crawley speaks to Oxford law professor Dr Nazila Ghanea, who was recently appointed the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief and Iqan Shahidi, a Baha'i from Iran, who was imprisoned for 5 years for campaigning for the right of Baha’is to a university education. Does the Church of England have a class problem? We ask bricklayer turned curate, Revd Luke Larner, and Dr Liz Graveling who has recently commissioned a study on the experience of working class clergy.Producers: Katharine Longworth and Dan Tierney.
#215: TKU vs. The UnXplained with William Shatner, Prey, Stray, Magazines, and More!
The Keep Up Podcast
This week! Tim makes sure this is our grossest episode ever! The UnXplained with William Shatner is dramatic, paranormal & scientific, Prey should’ve had a theatrical release, Stray lets you be a cat, and Tim didn’t know magazines still existed! We also discuss Lightyear, The Gray Man, Sing 2, Hustle, Contrast, Stray, and more! 00:16:40 — TECHNOLOGY! humanmicrobes.com 00:23:05 — TV! The UnXplained with William Shatner 00:34:05 — MOVIES! Prey, Hulu and Disney Plus merge, Lightyear, The Gray Man, Uncharted, Sing 2, Hustle 00:58:40 — VIDEO GAMES! Contrast, Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Stray, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers 01:13:35 — BOOKS & COMICS! Barnes & Noble, magazines 01:27:20 — FOOD! Freezing foods, free Subway for life Keep up with The Keep Up! Facebook.com/TheKeepUp Instagram: @thekeepuppodcast (https://www.instagram.com/thekeepuppodcast/) YouTube: The Keep Up (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRUwERKaf97f6nfLsd3oTg)
S7E07 - William Shatner’s Corpse Flute, Perky Trunks and David James’s Ja Ja Ding Dong
The The One Show Show
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with "Star Trek" legend William Shatner, who performs with the National Symphony Orchestra as part of Ben Folds’ "Declassified" series at the Kennedy Center on April 29. You'll also hear two previous conversations when Shatner came to Awesome Con in 2015 and Warner Theatre in 2016, sharing memories of the late Leonard Nimoy, his thoughts on J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" reboot and Shatner's recent real-life space flight on Blue Origin.