Tuesday, Aug. 30: Karine Jean-Pierre, Nathan Lane (Repeat Episode)
This is an encore episode of “The View.” The co-hosts will return to the Hot Topics table in September for season 26!Press Sec. Karine Jean-Pierre responds to news of shrinking US economy, says that Pres. Biden is "going to do everything he can" to bring Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan home and explains why America isn't in a recession.Then, Nathan Lane dishes on season two of “Only Murders in the Building,” which landed him his seventh Emmy nomination, and reacts to the House passing a bill to codify same-sex marriage.In Hot Topics, Alyssa Farah-Griffin guest co-hosts. The panel discusses the U.S. offering a deal for Britney Griner’s release, and more.Plus, Joy Behar shares her favorite summer reads in “The Ladies Get Lit” series! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There's lots of laughs when Nathan Lane joins Rob Lowe. On today's episode find out what shifted in The Birdcage when Nathan joined the cast, how the new Ari Aster comedy is going, if pushups are helpful for character building, and a unique tale about F. Murray Abraham's Academy Award! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
One Of The Boys starring Dana Carvey, Nathan Lane and Mickey Rooney - with guest Neal E. Fischer
That Was a Show?
One Of The Boys WAS a show. What do you get when you bring together Dana Carvey in his first starring role, Nathan Lane in his first starring role, music and acting icon Scatman Crothers, and cap it off with the vaudeville stylings of Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney? Turns out not a lot. This 1982 sitcom is about an energetic senior who ditches the nursing home (where he inexplicably lives because he’s in terrific shape) to move in with his college student grandson and roommate. This show even features appearances from the likes of Olympia Dukakis, and Meg Ryan in her second role ever. Brynn, Aaron, Barry, and special guest co-host, Neal E. Fischer of the podcast Triviality, try to figure out why this show got pulled offstage by that giant cane. Check out Neal’s great work: www.linktr.ee/BeingPatrickSwayze www.nealefischer.com/books Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Visit our new website! thatwasashow.com Leave us a voice message at anchor.fm/thatwasashow and it might make it into a future episode! Check out our new sponsor: Wander Nut Butters tastewander.com/twas Use the discount code “TWAS15” at checkout to save 15% Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker
Carmen and John go on a Movie Review rampage as they dissect three recent movies and one popular TV series very, very poorly, but extremely loudly and combatively: The Rock’s "San Andreas," the new "Tarzan," and "Kong vs. Godzilla" plus "Cobra Kai" Season Four. Then they talk Prague leftover stories and finally John brings to the listener's ears the long awaited Nathan Lane story. Meanwhile, Carmen talks about her sexual needs including wanting to be saved by Tarzan. That sound you hear is John buying a loincloth and, yes, that is a sound one can hear, don't question!
Feb 3rd-Carrot Cake, "day the music died", The Temptations, Magellan, Nathan Lane, Maura Tierney
History & Factoids about today
carrot cake, the day the music died, pop culture 2007, blythe danner, nathan lane, isla fisher, maura tierney, the temptations, morgan fairchild, ferdinand magellan, amendments 15th & 16th ratified, luna 9, joey bishop, henry heimlich
September 15: Nathan Lane. Fall fashion. Driving for Dyslexia.
TODAY with Hoda & Jenna
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager chat with Nathan Lane about his new series “Only Murders In The Building.” Plus, with fall just one week away, style expert Amy Goodman has your wardrobe necessities. Also ahead, Donna Farizan introduces us to a teen on a mission to help others with dyslexia.
Chapter 3: Nathan Lane vs. mice - Mousehunt, Stuart Little
Not Just For Kids Podcast
“He's Hitler with a tail. He's "The Omen" with whiskers. Even Nostradamus didn't see him coming!" For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Aardman, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe shouldn’t have been watching. Host Russell Bailey continues our four series as we wallow in the 90s. The ace podcaster (from Eavesdropping at the Movies) Mike Glass is back to talk about a pair of Nathan Lane-starring, mouse-focused 90s films, Mousehunt and Stuart Little. Email us: email@example.com Find us on Twitter, Instagram and Letterboxd: @adultstoopod You can find Eavesdropping at the Movies at: https://eavesdroppingatthemovies.com/
Criterion Now – Episode 126 – September 2021 Announcements, Citizen Kane Rumors, Nathan Lane
Martin Kessler is back. Long time listeners may remember him planting the seed for Van Peebles’ Story of a Three Day Pass. Well it finally happened, and I was honored to have him back to talk about this incredible box set. We also discuss the remainder of the September announcements. We spend a good bit of time unpacking the Citizen Kane rumors. We adore Nathan Lane. Finally we discuss some former Criterions that are ending up at other labels, and some new titles coming to Criterion. Episode Links Citizen Kane Analysis from Christopher Robles in the Criterion Now forum Nathan Lane Closet Picks Mudbound Coming Eyimofe Coming