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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Speaker 1: (00:01) Please welcome to speak to us the funniest man on earth. A performer of legendary comic genius, a children’s book author of profound depth, an individual of enormous compassion who is doing so much to make our world a better place. The great Jim Carrey. Jim Carrey : (00:26) Thank you. What are you sitting down for? I was going to milk that for a while. You guys can stretch that out in post, right? Can make that longer in the edit. Thank you, Bevin. Thank you all. [foreign language 00:01:13]. Jim Carrey : (01:19) I brought one of my paintings to show you today. I hop ...
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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Speaker 1: (04:42) Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama. Barack Obama: (04:48) Hello, Chicago. It’s good to be home. Thank you, everybody. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Barack Obama: (05:17) Thank you so much, thank you, thank you. Thank you. It’s good to be home. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks. All right, everybody sit down. Barack Obama: (05:22) We’re on live TV here, I’ve got to move. Come on. Barack Obama: (07:07) You can tell that I’m a lame duck, because nobody’s following instructions. Everybod ...
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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Bill Gates: (00:07) When I was a kid, the disaster we worried about most was a nuclear war. That’s why we had a barrel like this down in our basement, filled with cans of food and water. When the nuclear attack came, we were supposed to go downstairs, hunker down, and eat out of that barrel. Today, the greatest risk of global catastrophe doesn’t look like this. Instead, it looks like this. If anything kills over 10 million people in the next few decades, it’s most likely to be a highly infectious virus rather than a war. Not missiles, but microbes. Bill Gates: (01:03) Now, part of the rea ...
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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Speaker 2: (00:08) Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Stanford University provost, Persis Drell. Persis Drell: (00:24) Good evening. Good evening. It is my very great pleasure to welcome you to Memorial Church for this year’s Rathbun Lecture on a Meaningful Life. Tonight, we are deeply honored to have as our speaker, associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Persis Drell: (00:55) This event, as you may know, has a rich history at Stanford. It originated in a lecture that Henry Rathbun, a Stanford law professor in the 1930s through the 1950s, d ...
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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Matthew McConaughey: (00:00) Oh, look at that. It worked. Electrickery. Success. A green light. This is my first time hosting an IG live. Thanks for everybody for being here. I’m going to do a few things. [inaudible 00:00:14] We’re going to have a great talk. Where we got those. Aha. Here’s my… Waiting for… Help everyone’s going good out there, taking care of yourself and your loved ones as much as possible. Crazy times, huh? Yeah, I hear ya. There he is. Dr. Fauci. Thank you for being here today with me. Dr. Anthony Fauci: (00:50) My pleasure, Mr. McConaughey. Thank you for having me. ...
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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Stephen Fry: I know people talk to you about all the same things but one of the things I just wanted to talk to you about, because it’s so obvious coming here, is the thing I think that you always say is most important to you, which is the fans, and they’re all outside and I gather you took them out some hot chocolate? Lady Gaga: Actually, well, I sent them hot chocolate yesterday and macaroons, and then today I had press all day and I felt bad because I usually would leave the hotel and I would go to say “hi” but I knew that I wouldn’t have time and they’d be waiting all day, so I just wen ...
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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
CJAD: Well, depending upon which period you are a fan of STAR TREK we have on the line with us either the helmsman of the Enterprise, or the Captain of the Excelsior. On the line with us is George Takei who is Mr. Sulu on STAR TREK. Hello there, sir. GEORGE: Hello, how are you? CJAD: I'm fine and you? GEORGE: Just great. Well actually not so great. I picked up a Canadian cold while doing my book tour in Vancouver, so I'm nursing a Vancouver Canadian cold. CJAD: You're coming back to Canada again on Wednesday. GEORGE: Back and forth. I've been in Florida, so going from the hot an ...
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Sunday October 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
CJAD: The one thing I'd like to start off with is the fact that you have had an interesting career where you have had the chance to do both comedy and drama, in some cases with the same character. That doesn't happen very often. How do you answer to the fact that you have quite a rarity happen in your career this way? ED: I guess I'm schizoid! (laughter). Looking to be who I am, which a great number of actors are, of course. I avoided comedy when I first came to California. The way to be discovered in those days, was to guest star on an hour drama show and become the next leading man, or wh ...
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Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
NARRATOR: Blinded by thick fog, two fully loaded 747s race towards disaster. ROBERT BRAGG (Pan Am Flight 1736 First Officer/Survivor): Get off! Get off! Get off! NARRATOR: In 1977, the worst accident in aviation history killed nearly 600 people. KAREN ANDERSON (Pan Am Flight 1736 Passenger/Survivor): It was a survival mode that kicked in, and it was just, "get out of that airplane." KLAAS MEURS (KLM Flight 4805 Co-Pilot/From Flight Voice Recorder): And we're now... CAPTAIN JACOB VAN ZANTEN (KLM Flight 4805 Pilot/From Flight Voice Recorder): We're going... NARRATOR: Blamed on ...
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Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Every day more than four million people fly on commercial airlines worldwide—each year, 1.7 billion people on 25 million flights. Flying is the safest means of public transportation. Accidents are rare, but when they happen they can be catastrophic. That was the case on September 2, 1998. Swissair Flight 111 flying from New York to Geneva slammed into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Nova Scotia with 229 people aboard. Upon impact, the plane was shattered into millions of pieces and spread across the bottom of the sea. Story 30 of 46

Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
NARRATOR: During the following program, look for NOVA's Web markers which lead you to more information at our Web site. Tonight on NOVA, it strikes with fury, with the energy of half a million hydrogen bombs creating chaos across the globe. ______: None of the forecast models predicted how huge it would be. NARRATOR: Now, scientists confront the weather monster head-on. Can we predict the next onslaught? How hard will it hit? Chasing El Niño. MUSIC SPONSOR: Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Parke Foundation dedicated to education and quality television. SPONSOR: This ...
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Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
NARRATOR: In the heart of New York, one of the city's most valuable pieces of real estate has stood empty for years. There are plans to build anew, but the cranes stand idle, as if wary of the ghosts that will haunt this place forever. More than 2,700 people perished on September 11, 2001, with the unthinkable destruction of New York's largest buildings. Once a towering icon of American economic might, the World Trade Center will now and forever symbolize that terrible day, when the nation awoke to a horrific attack by a ruthless enemy. As Chief Engineer of the World Trade Center, Leslie ...
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Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Welcome to the future. PBS digital. NARRATOR: It was the most ambitious expedition of its day. One of Britain's most renowned explorers, Sir John Franklin, and 133 officers and crew set off to conquer the most perilous waterway in the world. Their mission: to be the first to sail from the Atlantic to the Pacific through Canada's icy Northwest Passage. FRANCIS SPUFFORD: It felt as if it was the domain of death, the far limits of what humans could do. NARRATOR: This was the holy grail of Arctic exploration and it should have been the British Navy's ultimate achievement. But instea ...
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Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
ANNOUNCER: Tonight, on NOVA— HELGA JONINA GUDMUNDSDOTTIR: It was shaking the house. ERIKUR FINNUR GREIPSSON: The roof was just torn off. ANNOUNCER:It strikes without warning and wipes out everything in its path. Now, scientists take you inside an avalanche to unlock its deadly secrets. JIM DENT: Jay and I cannot move. We are buried inside the house. ANNOUNCER: It's a battle to understand and control the "Avalanche." Major funding for NOVA is provided by The Park Foundation, dedicated to education and quality television. And by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and vi ...
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Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON: Welcome to a new season of NOVA science. I'm Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and your host. In each show, we'll bring you several stories, breaking news from the frontiers of science. You'll meet my fellow scientists exploring the universe, from the tiniest microbes to the farthest reaches of the cosmos. First, let's take a look at our own solar system. It can seem like an orderly place, where the planets chug along in their orbits like trains on a track. But there's no guarantee those tracks will remain clear, because in addition to the planets, there's a lot of ...
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Tuesday October 6, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
Anthony Scaramucci is a founder and managing partner at SkyBridge Capital. In 2017, he served briefly as the White House communications director for Donald Trump. This interview was conducted by FRONTLINE’s Michael Kirk on October 3, 2019. It has been edited for clarity and length. VIDEO INTERVIEW: The transcript below is interactive. Select any sentence to play the video. Highlight text to share it. The Rise of Obama So let’s start with Obama. Just—we won’t spend much time on Obama, but as an observer of it all. When he comes—when he leaves office, a lot of people that we’ve talked to ...
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Tuesday October 6, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN ANCHOR: And good morning to you. I'm Anderson Cooper in New York. We are following the major breaking news. U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for the coronavirus. A statement from the White House doctor says they will quarantine at the White House while they recover. It also says they're doing well and the president will carry out his duties without disruption. There was a lot we do not know at this moment just in terms of exactly when the president learned that he had tested positive and the first lady. Last word toni ...
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Tuesday October 6, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN HOST: Good evening. It's 9:00 p.m. here in New York and at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. And despite a taped message tonight from the president who's spending another night there, we still do not know the plain facts of his condition. So far today we've seen his doctor give a briefing that might actually have subtracted knowledge from the world evading questions about when the president was given oxygen and laying out a time line he later retracted. We heard from a source reported by "The New York Times" and Associated Press to be chief of sta ...
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Tuesday October 6, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN HOST: Good evening. President of the United States is spending second night at Walter Reed Medical Center. While we would normally start the broadcast telling you exactly what we know about his condition, there is so little we actually know, it's perhaps more telling to let you know what we don't know. We don't know exactly why the president was taken to Walter Reed. We know he had a fever but his personal doctor would not how bad it was. We've learned he required supplemental oxygen to help him breathe yesterday, we didn't learn that through his doctor, who went out ...
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Tuesday October 6, 2020 - Times viewed: 363
ANDERSON COOPER 360 DEGREES POTUS and First Lady Tested Positive for Coronavirus; Hope Hicks Tested Positive Earlier; Joe Biden Compelled to Have COVID Test; President Trump Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Top Aide Hope Hicks Earlier Diagnosed With COVID-19; Markets Affected By President Trump's Having COVID-19. Aired 3-4a ET Aired October 2, 2020 - 03:00 ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. [03:00:00] DON LEMON, CNN HOST: A lot of things, what it means for our government, and so on and so forth. But Dana, we thank you for ...
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