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.

Bryan Cranston: “A Life In Parts”  

Bryan Cranston is best known for his portrayal of Walter White, the teacher-turned-meth cook in AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” In a new memoir, Cranston writes about megastardom, telling stories and the necessary, hard work it takes to get it right.

Bryan Cranston on new memoir and acting career  

Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston got his start as a soap star in the television series, "Loving," more than 30 years ago. Since then, his career as an actor has taken off. Cranston made a name for himself in roles like the goofy dad in "Malcolm in the Middle" and as meth maker Walter White in "Breaking Bad." Now Cranston is showing his personal side in a new memoir, "A Life in Parts." Cranston joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the book and his on-screen roles.

Sunday, October 9, 2016  

Charlie Rose reports on the growing impact artificial intelligence is having on the medical industry. Plus – Steve Kroft sits down with Bryan Cranston -- as he talks about his career before and after "Breaking Bad."

Neue Filme - Stationen einer 'dunklen' Kinowoche  
Ab morgen neu im Kino: "Findet Dorie", die Fortsetzung von "Findet Nemo", den "Neuen" von Frankreichs Regiestar François Ozon, "Breaking Bad"-Star Bryan Cranston in einem Drogenthriller und mit "Nebel im August" ein Blick in die düsteren Abgründe deutscher Geschichte.

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'I infiltrated Pablo Escobar's money men'  

Robert Mazur worked deep undercover for five years in the 1980s to infiltrate the money laundering operation of Pablo Escobar’s Columbian drug cartel. Now his story has been turned into The Infiltrator, a film starring Bryan Cranston. He tells Today’s chief correspondent Matthew Price how his identity was nearly uncovered. (Image: Bryan Cranston in The Infiltrator. Credit: AP)

Folge 29 – The Infiltrator  

The Infiltrator – Chris Nanoo Solofolge über Scheißtage, verschütteten Kaffee und den neuesten Bryan Cranston Film. Außerdem gibt es ein paar Infos wie es weitergeht mit dem Autokino auf Tour von Radio Nukular – viel Spaß !

The man behind ‘The Infiltrator’  

Former US Customs and Border Protection agent Robert Mazur recalls his undercover mission to expose Pablo Escobar’s money-laundering ring as portrayed by Bryan Cranston in new film ‘The Infiltrator’. Plus: the directors of new documentary ‘The Lovers and the Despot’ discuss the kidnapping of an actress and film director by North Korea and Australian journalist Leigh Sales dreams of walking away from TV and into a career in musicals.


Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for August 23, 2016 is:

journeyman • \JER-nee-mun\  • noun

1 : a worker who has learned a trade and works for another person usually by the day

2 : an experienced reliable worker, athlete, or performer especially as distinguished from one who is brilliant or colorful


"I started working exclusively as an actor when I was 25 years old…. I was a journeyman actor, working here and there. And I loved it." — Bryan Cranston, quoted in The Los Angeles Times, 28 Feb. 2016

"Rich Hill is 36 and likely to be the most sought-after pitcher on the trade market, but he claims he doesn't see it that way. The transformation from journeyman to a pitcher with electric stuff has been stunning at his age." — Nick Cafardo, The Boston Globe, 10 July 2016

Did you know?

The journey in journeyman refers to a sense of the familiar word not often used anymore: "a day's labor." This sense of journey was first used in the 14th century. When journeyman appeared the following century, it originally referred to a person who, having learned a handicraft or trade through an apprenticeship, worked for daily wages. In the 16th century, journeyman picked up a figurative (and mainly deprecatory) sense; namely, "one who drudges for another." These days, however, journeyman has little to do with drudgery, and lots to do with knowing a trade inside out.


After we talk about some listener email questions (well, multiple questions from one listener), Jack sees a little movie that no one has seen before except EVERYONE ON THE INTERNET RIGHT NOW. He also goes on about the latest from Nicolas Winding Refn, Bryan Cranston, Ewan McGregor and a trashy bad-movie modern classic. Mostly new movies, and a selection ranging from a blockbuster to crime to the most artistic statements you can come across. 1) GHOSTBUSTERS (2016) (starts at 12:43 into the podcast) 2) SHOWGIRLS (1995) 3) THE NEON DEMON (2016) 4) OUR KIND OF TRAITOR (2016) 5) THE INFILTRATOR (2016) clips from Ghostbusters trailer


GABE DELAHAYE in studio! SEAN IN WESTBRIDGE calls in to talk to Tom about motorcycles! Tom brings up the topic UNPOPULAR OPINIONS, including his opinion on Bryan Cranston! The debut of STAND UP TALK! And can Tom get Richard Dreyfuss to call up in part one of THE DREYFUSS 100? Listen and find out!

Gist: To Catch a Cartel  

On The Gist, how not to blow your cover while laundering money for drug cartels. Robert Mazur was an undercover government agent who got an inside look at the Medellín Cartel. Bryan Cranston plays him in the film The Infiltrator, based on Mazur’s book.
For the Spiel, the disaster otherwise known as Day 1 of the Republican National Convention. 

To Catch a Cartel  

On The Gist, how not to blow your cover while laundering money for drug cartels. Robert Mazur was an undercover government agent who got an inside look at the Medellín Cartel. Bryan Cranston plays him in the film The Infiltrator, based on Mazur’s book.
For the Spiel, the disaster otherwise known as Day 1 of the Republican National Convention. 

07-15-16 5pm Mens Room needs writers  

Shot of the Day, TV Time with Ted has clips from Hillary Clinton and Bryan Cranston, Plus Headlines and Taryn gives us a look into the coming weekend!

The Infiltrator Review  

Kriss, Phenom & Ashley review The Infiltrator, starring Bryan Cranston, Diane Kruger, John Leguizamo and Benjamin Bratt. This film is based on the true story of Robert Mazur infiltrating the Pablo Escobar's drug cartel.


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07-12-16 5pm Mens Room hums a happy tune  

Shot of the Day, Profile This, TV Time with Ted has clips from The British Prime Minister and Bryan Cranston! Plus Headlines and Taryn brings that egg talk

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