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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Bryan Cranston (03-17-17)  

Dan and The Danettes welcome actor Bryan Cranston.

Heart and Hustle with comedian Ben Gleib  

On this episode of Be Here For A While, comedian Ben Gleib is joining Rachael to talk all things comedy!

Ben was just named by TBS one of the "funniest comedians working today." He is host, writer, and executive producer of the Emmy nominated "Idiotest," the hit comedy brain teaser game show in it's 4th season on GSN, with 210 episodes. It's the most watched original program on the network. His hilarious hour-long standup special "Ben Gleib - Neurotic Gangster" is currently airing on Showtime. 

For 7 years he was a round table regular on "Chelsea Lately" on E! with over 100 appearances! He also played himself on a memorable episode of the E! scripted series "After Lately." 

He has toured sold-out arenas all over North America with both Chelsea Handler and Dane Cook, has been headlining comedy clubs around the globe since 2007, and has performed on "The Late Late Show," "Last Comic Standing," and twice on "Last Call with Carson Daly." He is constantly on tour, and is likely performing soon in a town near you.

A truly unique voice in comedy, he's even been a frequent on-air contributor on CNN, "The Young Turks," and NPR, winning a Golden Mic for his work on Southern California NPR's "Patt Morrison's Comedy Congress." Recently he created, executive produced, hosted and was head writer on a spinoff special for GSN called "Political Idiotest," blending his game show with his love of politics. And he was the anchor of GSN's interstitial series "Man VS Fly."

An accomplished voice over actor, Gleib is one of the stars of Kevin Smith's "Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie," is the voice of Marshall the Sloth in "Ice Age: Continental Drift," (the #2 animated movie of all-time internationally,) and voices Dali in "The Book of Life" starring Channing Tatum. His voices have also appeared in "Phineas and Ferb," and youtube series "The Melvin Bros." 

His podcast “Last Week on Earth with Ben Gleib” on the Smodcast Network debuted at #9 on iTunes Comedy, and was #1 on Stitcher for over 20 weeks. Every Wednesday, he hilariously summarizes news and politics, occasionally being joined by celebrity guests like Bryan Cranston, Meghan McCain, Bob Odenkirk, Sam Donaldson, Moby, Adam Devine, and his parents. (You can subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.)

He also enjoys freestyle rapping, has a rap group called BENS, and is proudest that he is probably better than you at ping pong. 

He is also aware that he has to work on his posture. He's 6'1" but looks like he's 5'9".

Trump Tax Returns Make Rachel Maddow Look Foolish  

I was watching TV last night when Twitter started blowing up with claims that MSNBC host Rachel Maddow had secured Trump's tax returns. But instead of cutting into regularly scheduled programming to drop this bombshell on the world MSNBC instead decided to wait and reveal them on Maddow's show. For half a minute I considered switching over from a riveting film starring Bryan Cranston to check out what Maddow but I decided against it when I realized she likely had nothing and social media would no doubt relay the information the second it was available. It turns out Maddow's "scoop" debunked what progressives have been claiming for months, namely, that Trump had paid no taxes in years due to creative accounting. It turns out Trump made about 150 million dollars and paid 36.5 million in taxes. According to some reports, that's more than MSNBC, and it's parent company paid. So, to boost ratings Maddow ends of blowing the controversy over Trump's tax rate and ends up with egg on her face. To save what little dignity she had left she spent the balance of her show speculating about where the $150 million came from and stoked the flames of another progressive conspiracy about Trump's ties with Russia.

Bryan Cranston  

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ACS: Bryan Cranston, James Franco and Megan Mullally  

Bryan Cranston, James Franco, and Megan Mullally join Adam for a live podcast from The Fox Studio lot following a screening of their new movie, 'Why Him?' Adam opens the show asking the gang about how the idea for the movie came about as well as some production details. Then Adam inquires as to some of the many endeavors of each of today's guests. Before they wrap, Adam and the gang take some questions from the audience.

REShow: Bryan Cranston. Hour 3 (12-19-16)  

Joining Rich for the last hour, Actor Bryan Cranston talks about his role in upcoming movie : Why Him.

Breaking Bad T1 ep. 7 (#audesc Thriller. Drama. Crimen. Drogas 2008)  

País Estados Unidos Director Vince Gilligan (Creator), Michelle MacLaren, Adam Bernstein, Vince Gilligan, Colin Bucksey, Terry McDonough, Johan Renck, Bryan Cranston, Michael Slovis, Rian Johnson, Scott Winant Guión Vince Gilligan, George Mastras, Peter Go Moira Walley-Beckett, Thomas Schnauz, John Shiban, Gennifer Hutchison, J. Roberts Música Dave Porter Fotografía Michael Slovis, Reynaldo Villalobos, Nelson Cragg, Peter Reniers Reparto Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Giancarlo Esposito, Steven Michael Quezada, Jesse Plemons, Christopher Cousins, Laura Fraser, Matt Jones, Charles Baker, Michael Shamus Wiles, Lavell Crawford, Ray Campbell, Krysten Ritter, Ian Posada, Carmen Serano, Emily Rios, Tina Parker, Mark Margolis, Robert Forster, Caleb Landry Jones, Jeremiah Bitsui, David Costabile, Dale Dickey, Jere Burns, Steven Bauer, Daniel Moncada. Episodio - 7 (Final temporada 1) "Un acuerdo de los no violentos'' A Walter y a Jesse se le presentan dificultades a la hora de producir la gran cantidad prometida a Tuco. Skyler se enfrenta a Marie debido al hurto tras haber sido detenida en la joyería donde Marie robó una tiara costosa que le dio a Skyler para el baby shower. Walter y Jesse usan termita para entrar en un almacén, donde roban un barril grande de metilamina, la cual es necesaria para una nueva receta que puede producir mucha más metanfetamina en un período de tiempo más corto. Le entregan la cantidad prometida a Tuco, pero durante la transacción, uno de los asociados de Tuco hace un comentario aparentemente inocuo, que provocó a Tuco a golpearle hasta dejarlo ensangrentado e inconsciente.

Breaking Bad T1 ep. 5-6 (#audesc Thriller. Drama. Crimen. Drogas 2008)  

País Estados Unidos Director Vince Gilligan (Creator), Michelle MacLaren, Adam Bernstein, Vince Gilligan, Colin Bucksey, Terry McDonough, Johan Renck, Bryan Cranston, Michael Slovis, Rian Johnson, Scott Winant Guión Vince Gilligan, George Mastras, Peter Go Moira Walley-Beckett, Thomas Schnauz, John Shiban, Gennifer Hutchison, J. Roberts Música Dave Porter Fotografía Michael Slovis, Reynaldo Villalobos, Nelson Cragg, Peter Reniers Reparto Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Giancarlo Esposito, Steven Michael Quezada, Jesse Plemons, Christopher Cousins, Laura Fraser, Matt Jones, Charles Baker, Michael Shamus Wiles, Lavell Crawford, Ray Campbell, Krysten Ritter, Ian Posada, Carmen Serano, Emily Rios, Tina Parker, Mark Margolis, Robert Forster, Caleb Landry Jones, Jeremiah Bitsui, David Costabile, Dale Dickey, Jere Burns, Steven Bauer, Daniel Moncada. Episodio - 5 "Materia gris'' Walter y Skyler van al cumpleaños de Elliott Schwartz, un ex compañero de trabajo de Walt. Tras contarle a Elliott que tiene cáncer, este se ofrece a pagar el costoso tratamiento de Walt. Walt tiene una discusión con Skyler, ya que no está dispuesto a recibir dinero de Elliott. Tras una reunión familiar sobre el asunto, Walt decide hacer el tratamiento. Mientras tanto, Jesse crea metanfetamina en el desierto con su amigo Badger, pero terminan peleando por la droga. Cuando Gretchen, la esposa de Elliott, llama a Walt, éste le dice que no aceptará el dinero, ya que tiene pensado pagar el tratamiento con el dinero de la droga sin que su familia se entere. Episodio - 6 "Loco puñado de nada'' Walter decide expandir la distribución de droga y hace que Jesse se contacte con un poderoso distribuidor local llamado Tuco. Pero el asunto se va de las manos y Tuco le da una paliza a Jesse, quedándose con el dinero del trato. Luego de visitar a Jesse en el hospital, Walt le hace una visita a Tuco, volando su guarida con fulminato de mercurio (parecido a la metanfetamina cristalizada). Walt hace un trato con Tuco y se marcha de ahí con el dinero que le pertenece.

Breaking Bad T1 ep. 3-4 (#audesc Thriller. Drama. Crimen. Drogas 2008)  

País Estados Unidos Director Vince Gilligan (Creator), Michelle MacLaren, Adam Bernstein, Vince Gilligan, Colin Bucksey, Terry McDonough, Johan Renck, Bryan Cranston, Michael Slovis, Rian Johnson, Scott Winant Guión Vince Gilligan, George Mastras, Peter Go Moira Walley-Beckett, Thomas Schnauz, John Shiban, Gennifer Hutchison, J. Roberts Música Dave Porter Fotografía Michael Slovis, Reynaldo Villalobos, Nelson Cragg, Peter Reniers Reparto Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Giancarlo Esposito, Steven Michael Quezada, Jesse Plemons, Christopher Cousins, Laura Fraser, Matt Jones, Charles Baker, Michael Shamus Wiles, Lavell Crawford, Ray Campbell, Krysten Ritter, Ian Posada, Carmen Serano, Emily Rios, Tina Parker, Mark Margolis, Robert Forster, Caleb Landry Jones, Jeremiah Bitsui, David Costabile, Dale Dickey, Jere Burns, Steven Bauer, Daniel Moncada Episodio - 3 " ... Y la bolsa está en el río'' Walter no puede decidir si matar o no a Krazy-8. Mientras tanto, Skyler le pregunta a Marie si alguna vez fumó marihuana. Skyler le dice a Hank que se lleve a Walter Jr. a algún lugar para asustarlo y hacerle ver que fumar marihuana no es bueno. En la casa de Jesse, Walter le lleva de comer a Krazy-8, pero cuando lo hace, se desmaya, y el plato donde llevaba la comida se rompe. Cuando se despierta, regresa a la cocina y vuelve a prepararle algo de comer. Regresa al sótano y comienza a platicar con Krazy-8 durante largo tiempo, hasta el punto en que le dice que tiene cáncer de pulmón. Krazy-8 convence a Walter de que no lo mate y Walter va por las llaves para liberarlo, pero cuando va a tirar la basura de la comida, se entera de que los pedazos del plato roto no estaban completos y se da cuenta que Krazy-8 lo va a matar en cuanto lo suelte, así que se ve forzado a matarlo en defensa propia. Cuando regresa a su casa, le dice a Skyler que tiene que decirle algo. El equipo de la DEA descubre un laboratorio de metanfetaminas en el desierto con una mascarilla de oxigeno olvidada. Episodio - 4 "El hombre del cáncer'' Hank comienza a buscar al nuevo productor de drogas de la ciudad por todos lados. Walter le dice a sus familiares que tiene cáncer. Jesse va a visitar a su familia, y después de pasar un tiempo por ahí, descubre que su hermano menor está fumando marihuana. Jesse lo ayuda diciendo que la marihuana era suya y se ve obligado a dejar la casa de sus padres para siempre.

Breaking Bad T1 ep. 1-2 (Thriller. Drama. Crimen. Drogas #audesc 2008)  

País Estados Unidos Director Vince Gilligan (Creator), Michelle MacLaren, Adam Bernstein, Vince Gilligan, Colin Bucksey, Terry McDonough, Johan Renck, Bryan Cranston, Michael Slovis, Rian Johnson, Scott Winant Guión Vince Gilligan, George Mastras, Peter Go Moira Walley-Beckett, Thomas Schnauz, John Shiban, Gennifer Hutchison, J. Roberts Música Dave Porter Fotografía Michael Slovis, Reynaldo Villalobos, Nelson Cragg, Peter Reniers Reparto Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Giancarlo Esposito, Steven Michael Quezada, Jesse Plemons, Christopher Cousins, Laura Fraser, Matt Jones, Charles Baker, Michael Shamus Wiles, Lavell Crawford, Ray Campbell, Krysten Ritter, Ian Posada, Carmen Serano, Emily Rios, Tina Parker, Mark Margolis, Robert Forster, Caleb Landry Jones, Jeremiah Bitsui, David Costabile, Dale Dickey, Jere Burns, Steven Bauer, Daniel Moncada Episodio - 1 "Piloto" Walter White, un profesor de química de 50 años de edad, secretamente comienza a cocinar cristales de metanfetamina para ayudar a su familia, después de que descubre que tiene cáncer pulmonar. Él, junto con un antiguo estudiante, Jesse Pinkman, quien es a su vez un vendedor de metanfetaminas, se unen para empezar a «cocinar». Jesse intenta vender el producto, pero otros vendedores lo descubren y lo obligan a mostrarle el laboratorio. Walter se entera de que intentan matarlos debido a que piensan que Walter es un agente de la DEA, así que los envenena para poder escapar. Episodio - 2 "El gato está en la bolsa...'' Walter y Jesse se dan cuenta de que uno de los dos hombres que tenían en la SUV no está muerto, así que van a la casa de Jesse y lanzan una moneda al aire para decidir quién lo va a matar y quién va a disolver el cuerpo del otro en ácido. Jesse gana y Walter tiene que matar a Krazy-8, el traficante sobreviviente. Skyler comienza a sospechar que algo está pasando cuando Jesse llama a la casa buscando a Walter, rastrea la llamada y descubre su página de internet. Ella le pregunta a Walter sobre Jesse y él le miente diciéndole que Jesse le vende marihuana porque le gusta fumar. Después de esto, Skyler va a la casa de Jesse y le dice que deje de venderle droga a su marido porque si no, lo va a acusar con su cuñado, que es agente de la DEA. Jesse saca el cuerpo de Emilio del camión y lo sube a la bañera de su casa; una vez que esta ahí, vacía las botellas de ácido fluorhídrico para que el cuerpo se disuelva. Walter se rehúsa a matar a Krazy-8 y promete hacerlo después, y cuando Jesse le dice que puso el cuerpo de Emilio en su bañera, Walter lo lleva justo debajo de ella. La bañera traspasa el piso, dejando un gran agujero en el techo del pasillo.

DVD Review - The Infiltrator and Happy Valley  

Rob Pemberton joins Rod to review the Bryan Cranston thriller The Infiltrator and the Yorkshire crime drama Happy Valley.

Please Like Me returns + Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston  

Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston has written an account of his life, and the plot is often more complicated than the TV series. And, Josh Thomas on the season return of Please Like Me.

Episode 55 – 	Bryan Cranston, Benedict Cumberbatch and Blind, Budapest Massages.  

Ladies and Gentlemen, Chris, Dom, Pip Dave and Matt, have pulled it out the bag once again. This is another quite frankly stunning podcast . - The one and only BRYAN CRANSTON pays a visit. Wowee. Bryan shares tales of his pet donkey and what he considers the best Crystal Meth Recipe. - Pip unearths her Hungarian adventures and how she found herself in a wine cellar. - The exceptional and marvel-lous BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH discusses both his favourite on-screen and off screen Doctors with Dom following the ‘Dr Strange’ release. And as if that’s not enough, Lord Sugar pops in, Chris Tarrant makes an appearance and by just HOW MUCH does Dom smash his ‘Sober for October’ fundraising target? GET READY for the ride of your life. Enjoy! The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Weekdays 6.30 - 10am RadioX.co.uk

Bryan Cranston 27 Oct 16  

TV and Hollywood superstar, Bryan Cranston joins Scott and Chris in the studio and we all get a little giddy… Plus, he lends the voice of Heisenberg to Little Mix’s, ‘Shout Out To My Ex’ and the results are absolutely incredible. Chris’ current obsession with Justin Bieber and EVERYTHING he is up to ramps up a notch. Shhhh! Scott and Chris catch-up with the winner of the Great British Bake-Off and they’re bestowed the honour of picking today’s Bangers! Plus, star of ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ and ‘Downton Abbey’, Joanne Froggatt pops in to the studio to tell Scott and Chris how to balance a cat on your shoulder… Plus! Find out if there’s a Japanese band called ‘Fanfare’ that use desktop fans instead of guitars in Real or No Real with Listener Chris!

Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston on his life in parts - acting, family, work and insanity  

Brian Cranston's life story is more complicated and interesting than any of his acting roles

Bryan Cranston, Lazarus, Oneworld, Remembering Howard Davies  

Bryan Cranston played a hapless dad in Malcom in the Middle, a dentist to the stars in Seinfeld, and most famously a teacher-turned-drugs-lord in Breaking Bad. Now he has written an autobiography. Cranston discusses A Life in Parts which recalls the many odd parts he's played in real life - paperboy, security guard, dating consultant, murder suspect, husband, father and, of course, actor. One of the last projects David Bowie worked on was his musical Lazarus which includes new music and some of his best-known hits. The production which broke box office records when it played in New York has now transferred to a specially-built venue in London. We speak to Enda Walsh, Bowie's co-writer on the project, and the show's director Ivo van Hove about bringing Bowie's vision to life. Paul Beatty has become the first US author to win the Man Booker Prize, with his racial satire The Sellout. It marks the second win in a row for independent publisher Oneworld who also published last year's winner, A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James. So what is their secret? How do they talent spot the authors who go on to win big? We will hear from one of the founders, Juliet Mabey. We remember theatre director Howard Davies whose death at the age of 71 was announced today. During his long career he won three Best Director Olivier Awards, and established and ran the Warehouse Theatre for the Royal Shakespeare Company, now the Donmar Warehouse in London. He also did much work for the Royal National Theatre, where he directed 36 productions. Former NT artistic director Nicholas Hytner recalls working with him there. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Angie Nehring.

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Bryan Cranston, Grayson Perry, Maddie and Tae 26 Oct 16  

Steve chats to actor Bryan Cranston, artist Grayson Perry and country stars Maddie & Tae.

Bryan Cranston  

The Breaking Bad star talks to Sarah and Nihal about his life, work and why he leaves signed copies of his books for random strangers...

Bryan Cranston  

Bryan Cranston stops by for an engaging and enlightening conversation about his latest movies, the unexpected momentum of his career in recent years, and his modus operandi for keeping his feet on the ground. Leonard found him funny, thoughtful, and candid—and so will you.

 

Marketplace for Wednesday, October 12, 2016  

On today's show: With CEO John Strumpf out, can Wells Fargo move past scandal? Plus: a visit to a Ford plant with CEO Mark Fields and a conversation with Bryan Cranston.

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