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Welcome to Apple Science Profiles. In this lineup of podcast stories, you'll learn how scientists are using Mac technology throughout their workflow - for computation, visualization, analysis, and general productivity. Viewpoints from all walks of science will be discussed - from medicine to paleontology, bioinformatics to physics, archaeology to oceanography. Find out how researchers are accelerating their time to insight and discovery using Apple hardware, the Mac OS X platform, and advanc ...
 
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When Tony Hathaway was arrested outside a Seattle bank in February 2014, it brought an end to one of the most prolific bank robbery streaks in American history. Hathaway robbed 30 banks in a single year, all within a 30-mile radius of his suburban home. But that’s not the most surprising part of this story. Before Hathaway was a masterful bank robber—a shape-shifting professional who confounded multiple police departments and the FBI—he was a top design engineer at Boeing, one of America’s m ...
 
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich discusses the incredible new 3D motion picture event, Metallica: Through the Never. The music-driven feature film combines a bold narrative and spectacular live performance footage of one of the most popular and influential rock bands in history. Moderated by Matt Everitt at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.
 
Moritz Bleibtreu spricht im Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm in Berlin über seinen neuen Film, die romantische Komödie VIJAY UND ICH – MEINE FRAU GEHT FREMD MIT MIR. Darin spielt Moritz den New Yorker Kinderfilm-Star Will, der durch einen unglaublichen Zufall für tot gehalten wird. Er nutzt seine Chance und kehrt als Inder Vijay ins Leben seiner Familie zurück. Das Chaos ist vorprogrammiert...
 
James Caan discusses his impressive career and offers his top tips on running a successful business. As one of the UK’s most successful businessmen, his name has become synonymous with entrepreneurship. James also discusses his latest entry into the digital realm with his new app, James Caan Business Secrets. Moderated by editor from The Sunday Times, Paul Croughton, at the Apple Store, Covent Garden, London.
 
Join Jeff Garlin ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") as he discusses his new comedy, "Dealin’ with Idiots." Faced with the absurd competitiveness in his son’s youth league baseball team, Max Morris (Garlin), a famous comedian, decides to get to know the colorful parents and coaches of the team better in an attempt to find the inspiration for his next movie.
 
Schauspieler Matthias Schweighöfer und Regisseur Markus Goller erzählen uns im Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm in Berlin alles über ihren neuen Film Frau Ella erzählen. Der Film schildert die Geschichte des werdenden Vater Sascha, dessen Einstellung zum Leben und zur Liebe sich verändert, als er unverhofft Bekanntschaft mit Frau Ella macht.
 
Stephen Fry discusses his new five-part BBC series at the Apple Store, Covent Garden in London. Fry's Planet Word is an exploration of language in all its forms: from cutting edge linguistic research to the glories of world literature. The series travels the globe as Fry takes viewers on a journey through the thousands of years since man first mastered speech to the cyber world of today with its html, codes and texting.
 
国内外から高い評価を集めるアニメーション映画監督の新海誠氏(『秒速5センチメートル』、『星を追う子ども』他)が、最新作『言の葉の庭』について語ります。本作における物語の着想や、またピクセル単位での絵作りや音楽へのこだわりなど、デジタル映像文学と言うべき作品に込めた想いについてお聞きします。自身で原作・脚本・絵コンテ・演出・撮影・監督のすべてを手がける新海監督ならではのデジタルを駆使したビデオコンテの制作方法など興味深い話も紹介します。
 
Hear comic book writer and illustrator Dave Gibbons as he discusses his Hugo Award-winning graphic novel, Watchmen, now a major motion picture from Warner Bros. Pictures and Paramount Pictures. Arguably the most honoured graphic novel ever created, Watchmen was named one of the 100 Best Novels of all time by Time Magazine. Mark Salisbury moderates. Watchmen hits theatres on March 6, 2009.
 
Grammy award–winning music producer, BAFTA-nominated film composer, recording artist, and actor RZA is one of the most prominent figures in hip-hop music today. RZA has spent the last several years building his feature film resume and studying top-tier directors, with appearances in several popular movies. Join us for this moderated discussion led by Jeff Staple of Staple Design, as RZA discusses his career and showcases his new entertainment app, RZA’s World.
 
Author and Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge Mary Beard and award-winning comedian Tony Law discuss her latest book. Laughter in Ancient Rome explores one of the most intriguing of historical subjects. Drawing on a wide range of Roman writing, it tracks down the humour of the ancient Romans themselves, from the hilarious, to the momentous, to the surprising. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Colin Firth and Tom Hooper discuss their critically acclaimed film, The King's Speech, at the Apple Store Regent Street in London. The film charts the personal relationship that developed between England's reluctant King George VI, plagued by a nervous stammer, and his irreverent Australian speech therapist. Moderated by Edith Bowman.
 
Vince Gilligan discusses the final season of his critically acclaimed series, Breaking Bad. In the highly anticipated upcoming season, a newly empowered and increasingly remorseless Walter White (Bryan Cranston) is attempting to control a tenuous empire. Moderated by Milena Fessmann at the Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm in Berlin.
 
Academy Award-winning filmmaker John Lasseter discusses the making of Cars 2. John has been the creative leader of Pixar since its inception and is chief creative officer for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios. The release of Cars 2, Pixar’s 12th full-length animated feature, coincides with the 25th anniversary of the celebrated studio. Moderated by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London.
 
New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point, Outliers) talks with Virginia Heffernan about Revisionist History. Produced by Panoply, the podcast network from Slate, the 10-episode narrative podcast series explores events in the past that have been overlooked or misunderstood.
 
Hussein Chalayan, one of the world’s most innovative fashion designers, in conversation with Grazia’s Fashion Director Susannah Frankel at the Apple Store Regent Street in London. The designer whose sharp tailoring and edgy minimalist aesthetic is favored by fashion insiders, is also known for his fashion shows which have included a table turning into a skirt, remote control dresses and an airplane dress with movable parts, it’s little wonder he’s known as one of the fashion world’s most ori ...
 
The rule-breaking authors of Freakonomics are back with their latest book, Think Like a Freak. Steven D Levitt and Stephen J Dubner share how they challenge conventional wisdom and answer questions about thinking differently. Whether you're interested in the best way to improve your odds in penalty kicks, or in major global reforms, here's a blueprint for an entirely new way to solve problems. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Noting John Coltrane, Satchmo, Miles Davis, Billie Holiday, Björk, and the Wu-Tang Clan as her inspirations, SZA laces her music with soul-quenching traces of seductive allure. From floral imagery and set design to her concise-yet-intense songwriting, SZA creates a beautiful, multisensory package. To hear more from this amazing artist, visit Black Music Month on iTunes.
 
Richard Curtis (Love Actually, Notting Hill, Bridget Jones) and actor Tom Hiddleston (Midnight in Paris, Thor) discuss the new epic adventure by Steven Spielberg. Based on the best selling book and award winning stage production, War Horse is a tale of loyalty, hope and tenacity set against a backdrop of the First World War. Moderated by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Director Edgar Wright discusses his latest film. Starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, The World's End is the final part of Wright’s The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy features the ultimate reunion - one night, five friends, twelve bars and a bid to reach the final ‘Worlds End’ pub. However, the reunion soon becomes much more than a pub crawl, as the old friends embark on the craziest mission of a lifetime…only the strongest will survive. Moderated by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Regent S ...
 
Scott McNulty and Jason Snell discuss brand-new Star Trek as it happens, including episode-by-episode coverage of “Discovery”, “Picard”, and “Strange New Worlds”, along with occasional check-ins about what’s going on with animated Star Trek series. “Snotty! Snarky!” — Congested Apple Podcasts reviewer “Best Star Trek podcast!” — Enthusiastic Apple Podcasts reviewer
 
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We’ve emerged from our Thanksgiving food comas to discuss Discovery’s trip to the edge of the dangerous gravitational anomaly that’s threatening the galaxy. There’s a lot of character bits, emotional journeys, good dads, and management tips along with explosive bridge action and an awful lot of flying rocks. Scott McNulty and Jason Snell Referenced…
 
“Star Trek: Discovery” is back and so are we! In the season premiere we say hello to an annoying back-seat driver of a Federation President, and goodbye to a sparsely populated planet! Also, Saru kills it with his PowerPoint presentation about togetherness, and a gravitational anomaly wreaks havoc—but with any luck, provides the impetus for the sea…
 
With his son gone and his life unraveling, Tony forms a precarious survival unit with his mother. As his addiction drains both of their livelihoods, Tony resorts to extreme measures and begins a new life as a serial bank robber. Hooked is an Apple Original podcast, produced by Campside Media. Listen and follow on Apple Podcasts. Apple.co/hooked…
 
Tony’s addiction struggles become intertwined with those of his teenage son Conner. While heroin shrinks Tony’s world smaller and smaller, he tries to hold onto the one thing keeping them afloat, his job at Boeing. Hooked is an Apple Original podcast, produced by Campside Media. Listen and follow on Apple Podcasts.…
 
As Tony Hathaway comes down from his wild robbery bender—as well as his last heroin high of his life—detectives are surprised to discover their suspect is actually a former Boeing engineer who led a dream life, until he didn’t. Hooked is an Apple Original podcast, produced by Campside Media. Listen and follow on Apple Podcasts.…
 
A former airplane engineer named Tony Hathaway prepares to strike his 30th bank, using the clever tools and tricks he’s perfected over one of the most prolific bank robbery streaks in American history. But after a year of hunting him, the police are finally zeroing in. Hooked is an Apple Original podcast, produced by Campside Media. Listen and foll…
 
Scott and Jason return, joined by a special guest to discuss season two of “Lower Decks” and a little bit about what we anticipate for “Prodigy.” Dooplers! Mugatos! And also lots of things we really liked! We’ll be back in a month or so to resume our weekly reviews of “Discovery.” Scott McNulty and Jason Snell with Joe Rosensteel Referenced Works S…
 
The third “Star Trek: Discovery” season is over, and we’ve split our thoughts up into two separate panels. Jason’s will be over on The Incomparable, but Scott’s is right here! He’s joined by five special guests to discuss the ups and downs of this season. Scott McNulty with Cicero Holmes, Dan Moren, Joe Rosensteel, Aleen Simms and Moisés Chiullan R…
 
“Star Trek: Discovery” season 3 has reached its end. Jason and Scott liked the episode but also have a bunch of complaints. (They start with the complaints, to get them out of the way.) Where does this episode leave us? What’s season 4 going to be like? It’s a momentous episode and we take our time breaking it down. Want more “Discovery” talk? We’l…
 
It’s the penultimate episode of season three of “Discovery” and a lot is happening! “Die Hard” homages! A jerk who we thought was dead returns! Osyraa… has more depth than we previously thought? We liked this episode, though some of the twists don’t seem set up very well. Also we theorize about what happened to the Ferengi in the last 1000 years, a…
 
On Christmas Eve, Scott and Jason sneak a look at one present under the tree—it’s a new episode of “Star Trek: Discovery!” And does it take a surprising and weird turn. We break down the holo-shenanigans, as well as what transpires back on the ship. Onward to New Year’s Eve! Scott McNulty and Jason Snell Referenced Works Star Trek franchise Star Tr…
 
This week we return to the ISS Discovery to see just how Georgiou’s time in the Prime Universe has changed her, before the show sends her off to whatever is next. (It’s a spin-off!) Also, we discuss story arcs versus standalone episodes, the dearth of sci-fi TV available when Scott and Jason were kids, and why there’s no eating in the Spore Chamber…
 
In the first of a two-part episode, it’s all about Georgiou and her relationship with Burnham. And it goes to some very interesting places. Perhaps you all saw this coming, but Scott and Jason were surprised, because they’re suckers. Also, we meet this year’s new break-out Star Trek character! He’s got a bowler hat and will give you cryptic answers…
 
This week Jason and Scott try to separate what was good about this episode (Saru’s catchphrase shopping, Adira’s journey and Stamets’s support, Culber not taking any crap from Georgiou, Detmer getting her groove back) from what was bad (Book’s planet—all of it). And the Conspiracy Phaser returns so we can speculate about what’s in that nebula! (Pro…
 
Vulcans and Romulans, oh my! On Thanksgiving, Discovery dips into the private VHS collection of Admiral Jean-Luc Picard to follow up a TNG two-parter from 29 years ago. Burnham discovers the fate of Spock and finds she’s eligible for a passport from planet Ni’var! People in rooms discuss things at length! And Jason drops some old-school Trek fan fi…
 
This week, Burnham fails to follow orders and saves Book from indentured servitude by kicking off a clever prison escape plan that’s… not particularly clever? We’ll admit it, this episode was a letdown compared to the high bar set by previous episodes. What’s up with Georgiou? Is Grudge a better actor than Number One? And for the first time this se…
 
This week’s episode of “Star Trek: Discovery” is like a candy treat with a serialized character-driven coating and a crunchy Star Trek center. That’s our story and we’re sticking to it. Scott and Jason discuss mystery lullabyes, jerky Admirals who we really want to impress, sad seed-bank dads, and which famous director we’d next like to randomly ap…
 
What better for a stressful week than an emotional episode of Star Trek? Scott and Jason journey to Trill, where there are men in robes carrying pointy laser spears and goo-filled cave pools with repressed memories. Meanwhile, the Discovery orbits above, letting its newly sentient computer drive while the crew takes the night off for dinner, a movi…
 
This week, Discovery goes home to Earth to discover an unpleasant truth: Isolationism is bad and Star Trek has always been political. While there’s no sign of UESPA, the United Earth Defense Force will cause enough trouble, while a young genius bugs Tilly and Stamets, an obvious fake alien is unmasked, and Burnham and Book have to team up to see if…
 
We get the flip side of last week’s episode, as the Disco crew adapts to the future. Plus, there’s a fistfight at a space saloon! Because it’s Star Trek. We discuss Saru’s inherent decency, Tilly’s cleverness, Georgiou’s gruff kick-punchiness, Reno’s surly pep talks, and a whole lot more as this season of “Star Trek: Discovery” gets underway. Scott…
 
“Star Trek: Discovery” is back and so are Scott and Jason! But we’ve all been flung far into the future, a strange world full of Trance Worms,Maine Coon Cats, and Orions and Andorians living together! What strange new world has Michael Burnham discovered? Who is Book and why does his forehead glow sometimes? Why is this the perfect show to deal wit…
 
Scott and Jason are getting ready for next week’s “Star Trek: Discovery” season three premiere, but before they get there, they take a little time to sum up their feelings about the just-completed first season of “Star Trek: Lower Decks.” Scott McNulty and Jason Snell Referenced Works Star Trek franchise Star Trek: Lower Decks Show Notes & Links Su…
 
Scott and Jason finally get a chance to check in about the first three episodes of the newest Trek animated series, “Lower Decks.” They discuss the challenges of finding a balance between comedy and canon, between character drama and reference humor. How did they react to the first out-and-out Trek comedy? Humor may be subjective, but let’s analyze…
 
The things you do every day just got easier than ever with iOS 14. Redesigned widgets put more information on an all-new Home Screen. App Clips help you handle tasks quickly. And the App Library automatically organizes your apps, so you can find them even faster. Unlock the unique capabilities of iPad with iPadOS 14. Use handwriting as easily as ty…
 
The Apple Special Events podcast is home to the latest keynote addresses, hosted at the Steve Jobs Theater and other special venues. Watch announcements of new products and services and browse the archive of past events to relive revolutionary moments in the history of personal technology. Tap on the episode notes to find transcripts, translations,…
 
The “Star Trek: Picard” season is over, and we’ve split our thought up into two separate panels. Jason’s will be over on The Incomparable, but Scott’s is right here! Scott is joined by five special guests to discuss the ups and downs of this season. Scott McNulty with Joe Rosensteel, Moisés Chiullan, Glenn Fleishman, Aleen Simms and David J. Loehr …
 
The first season of “Star Trek: Picard” is in the books! Did the show stick the landing? Did the plot resolve properly, and how about the thematic and emotional character arcs? How about that six-minute long tearjerker of a scene in that quantum simulation? And what’s Narek up to now? Scott and Jason break it all down. Join us back here next week f…
 
The two-part finale is here! Jason and Scott find it hard to judge part one of a two-part episode, but they’ll run down what they can. Scott can’t decide what his favorite scene is! Jason has studied his paintings and his latin and can’t figure out what will happen next! Seven and Elnor are… present? And the great Guest Actor Prophesy is fulfilled!…
 
This week we’re once again joined by a special guest, as Jean MacDonald brings her Voyager know-how along to discuss Seven of Nine’s artifact takeover. While this episode was exciting, the more we thought about it, the more questions we had. At least some of us can remember Narissa’s name and understand more about her motivations! The secret of the…
 
A lot of emotion, both expected and unexpected, comes out of this first true “Next Generation” reunion episode of “Star Trek: Picard.” David J. Loehr joins us as we talk about our feelings, make pizza, eat tomatoes, skin bunnicorns, eat cake with chocolate milk, and don’t even throw up once.توسط The Incomparable
 
There are a lot of mystery boxes in this episode, full of people, androids, secrets, murder, and surprise figurines! The crew arrives at the Artifact at last. Picard is overwhelmed by his status as the OG XB. Is Narek as straightforward as he seems, or is there room for some interesting betrayal? Why is Narek’s sister so boring? Why do the Borg hav…
 
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