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Hosts Mark Cerulli and Jim O'Kane examine the 1970 Universal Pictures classic all-star disaster film "Airport," on a minute-by-minute basis for each episode.

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Postlude: A Voicemail

Jacqueline Bisset Winifred Jacqueline Fraser Bisset is an English actress. In 2010, she received France’s highest honours, the Légion d’honneur. Bisset began her film career in 1965 and first came to prominence in 1968 with roles in The Detective, Bullitt, and The Sweet Ride, for which she received a most promising newcomer Golden Globe nomination. In the 1970s, she starred in Airport (1970), Day for Night (1973) which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Murder on the Orient Express (1974), The Deep (1977), and Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (1978), which earned her a Golden Globe nomination as Best Actress in a Comedy. Other film and TV credits include Rich and Famous (1981), Class (1983), her Golden Globe nominated role in Under the Volcano (1984), her Cesar nominated role in La Cérémonie (1995), her Emmy nominated role in the miniseries Joan of Arc (1999) and the BBC miniseries Dancing on the Edge (2013), for which she won a Golden Globe Award fo...

5 MIN2017 FEB 8
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Postlude: A Voicemail

Minute 137: A Universal Picture

Dedication: Dom Cerulli This final episode is dedicated to Mark’s dad, Dom Cerulli, on what would have been his 90th birthday. Dom was one of the original “Mad Men” of the advertising industry, gave the world “The Uncola” and told us to “Be All You Can Be.” He also spent many years in the music business, first as the East Coast editor of Down Beat Magazine, then as a publicity director for labels like Columbia Records, Verve and RCA. He worked with jazz legends like Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, Carlos Jobim and Stan Getz. Dom was nominated for a Liner Notes Grammy in 1965 and co-authored a paperback called The Jazz Word. Thanks for sharing your kindness, warmth, and humor, Dom! Guest Hosts: Wil Shriner and Robert Hays Wilis an a award-winning television director with numerous episodes of Frasier (1993), Becker (1998), Everybody Loves Raymond (1996), and Gilmore Girls (2000) under his belt. He is a nationally known comedian with over 50 appearances with Jay Leno, David Lette...

40 MIN2017 FEB 7
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Minute 137: A Universal Picture

Minute 136: About Your Scrambled Eggs

Guest Host: Wil Shriner Wilis an a award-winning television director with numerous episodes of Frasier (1993), Becker (1998), Everybody Loves Raymond (1996), and Gilmore Girls (2000) under his belt. He is a nationally known comedian with over 50 appearances with Jay Leno, David Letterman, Johnny Carson and more. His corporate track record with Microsoft and Bill Gates continues to grow with a host of projects for an array of technology- and consumer-oriented electronic companies. As an actor, he has over a dozen films to his credit including the Academy Award-nominated film Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), in which he co-starred with Joan Allen, and that was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Wil Shriner wrote the screenplay and directed the feature film Hoot (2006), based on the Newbury Honor-noted Carl Hiaasen book from New Line Cinema and Walden Media. Wil’s Official Site Wil’s IMDb Page Guest Host: Robert Hays If you don’t know who Robert Hays is, you really don’t know much abou...

31 MIN2017 FEB 6
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Minute 136: About Your Scrambled Eggs

Minute 135: Nice Going, Sweetheart

Guest Host: Daniel Hank Daniel Hank works as a producer, studio production executive and loves to travel. Airport is one of his favorite movies. His credits include Marvel’s Daredevil, Glee, and the upcoming series The Breaks. He’s a serious frequent flyer and has written consistently about his travels to all seven continents. Summary Vern is at Gate 33, holding Gwen’s hand as she’s wheeled off the Tourist Jetway. Sarah Demerest stands behind a fence, unnoticed, listening in to Vern’s conversation. “I’m going to the hospital with her,” says Vern to the airport physician. The doctor signals to the attendants to take her to the ambulance. Vern follows, never noticing Sarah. Sarah watches them leave. The scene shifts to the next morning. The 707 from TGA Flight 2 is parked in the TGA hangar. A crowd of people stare up at the starboard tail, including Mel, Tanya, Patroni, Anson Harris, and Cy Jordan. An FAA investigator measures the size of the hole blown out of the starboard la...

37 MIN2017 FEB 3
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Minute 135: Nice Going, Sweetheart

Minute 134: Here She Comes

Guest Host: John F. Dulemba, M.D., FACOG Dr. John Dulemba has been practicing medicine in Denton, TX since 1986. Dr. Dulemba performs gynecological surgery with the Da Vinci Robot in North Texas. John is a former helicopter pilot in the United States military and is proud of his service to his country. He is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan, which is often apparent when he enters the operating room with his Steeler attire. Summary Flight Two’s passengers are exiting from the First Class Jetway at Gate 33. Suddenly, Inez Guerrero moves a velvet rope set up for crowd control and rushes to the exiting passengers, crying. “I’m so sorry!” says Inez. “He didn’t mean it! He didn’t mean it! I’m sorry!” Inez stumbles past the wounded passengers, and walks up to Tanya, who hugs her. “Inez…” says Tanya. Meanwhile, at the Tourist Jetway, Dr. Compagno and the nun assisting him exit into the terminal. Compagno meets another man, who shake...

38 MIN2017 FEB 2
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Minute 134: Here She Comes

Minute 133: I’m Sorry Too

Guest Host: Tracy Nieporent Tracy Nieporent is Director of Marketing and Partner, overseeing public relations, communications, promotion, advertising and charitable events for the Myriad Restaurant Group. Its current members now include Tribeca Grill, Bâtard, Nobu, Nobu London, Nobu Next Door, Nobu 57, Porsche Grill (formerly Acela Club) at Citi Field, The Daily Burger at Madison Square Garden, and Crush Wine & Spirits. Tracy has also been a regular contributor as the culinary correspondent to the WFUV-FM City Folk morning radio show on National Public Radio and the nationally syndicated Food & Wine Radio Network. He has also made numerous appearances on WOR, WABC, WPLJ radio, and WCBS, FOX 5 and WPIX television, and HuffingtonPost.com. He is also regularly quoted in consumer and trade magazines, newspapers, and websites and blogs. Prior to joining Myriad, Tracy was an accomplished advertising and marketing executive for several prominent advertising agencies including BBDO, and NW...

36 MIN2017 FEB 1
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Minute 133: I’m Sorry Too

Minute 132: Everything’s Fine

Guest Host: John Findlater John Findlater was born on August 28, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Airport (1970), Peyton Place (1964), With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) and Meteor (1979). What else is there to say? He’s Peter Coakley in Airport! Summary Vern hovers over Gwen in the rear doorway of the 707. Dr. Compagno and the nurse nun look on. “Hold on,” says Vern. “You’re gonna be all right. We’re going to make it!” Vern leans over and kisses her. Gwen squeezes Vern’s hand. Flight Two arrives back at Gate 33. There’s a rush of people through the terminal. “Please. Do not obstruct the tourist Jetway” intones an announcer. Weatherby shouts, “Open the gate!” He sees two attendants pushing a gurney. “Get that down here!” Behind the attendants are Nash, the airport doctor, followed by Tanya and Mel. Sarah calls after them. “They’re down – – everything’s fine,” says Mel. “I was home, watching television, when -” begins Sarah. “I know...

33 MIN2017 JAN 31
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Minute 132: Everything’s Fine

Minute 131: We Can Taxi

Guest Host: John Findlater John Findlater was born on August 28, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Airport (1970), Peyton Place (1964), With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) and Meteor (1979). What else is there to say? He’s Peter Coakley in Airport! Summary Vern, Anson, and Cy are resting after their dramatic stop at the end of Runway Two-Niner. Vern unbuckles his seat belt and turns to Harris. “Okay with you if Jordan watches the right side for a minute?” Harris nods. “I’ll be right back,” says Vern, climbing out of his seat. Controller #4 says, “Global Two – – welcome home. Do you need a tow, or can you taxi, over?” Harris looks up at the ceiling. Controller #4 says, “Global Two, I say again: do you need a tow, or can you taxi, over?” Harris responds, “We can taxi.” Vern strides through the sea of passengers cheering him. He gets to the back of the plane and kneels down next to the prone Gwen. Sr. Katherine Grace takes Gwen’s pulse while Dr....

22 MIN2017 JAN 30
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Minute 131: We Can Taxi

Minute 130: Right Rudder!

Guest Host: Rory Aylward Rory J. Aylward started out in the film industry as the assistant to a Literary Agent on Long Island, New York. After being commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Reserve National Guard, he moved to Los Angeles to try his luck in Hollywood. Offered extra work on shows like “Tour of Duty” and “China Beach” he realized there was a market for someone who could deliver background actors who knew how to march, salute, handle firearms, etc. and formed VETS Military Advisors. After making a good impression on films such as “Robert Heinlein’s The Puppetmasters” and “Strange Days”, he was hired by Producer Stratton Leopold as the Military Technical Advisor on Fox’s “Courage Under Fire.” Working for director Ed Zwick inspired him to want to work on the more creative side of the business and as he added Technical Advisor credits he also began exploring opportunities to develop and produce his own projects. Aylward put his career on hold in early 20...

37 MIN2017 JAN 27
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Minute 130: Right Rudder!

Minute 129: Checklist Complete

Emergency Guest Host: Nancy O’Kane Nancy O’Kane, better known in Internet circles as “The Captain”, is much more comfortable watching movies than talking about them. Nevertheless, she has succumbed to the charms of her husband and agreed to take part in his podcast. When she’s not talking about George Kennedy and his cigars, she’s a full time student majoring in history and minoring in classics. She’s also busy being a caretaker to Rio, the most neurotic dog on the planet. Rio is afraid of thunder, lawnmowers, and plastic bags. Summary Frank at the Lincoln Approach radar screen continues to talk down Flight Two. “Two miles from touchdown,” says Frank. “Course good, glide path good. Looks okay. Advise when approach lights in sight.” Vern and Anson stare out into the murk. Vern picks up the microphone. “We’ve got the lights.” The bright lights of Runway Two-Niner appear through the clouds and snow. “Roger. Good luck,” says Frank. “Checklist complete?” asks Anson. “C...

20 MIN2017 JAN 26
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Minute 129: Checklist Complete

Latest Episodes

Postlude: A Voicemail

Jacqueline Bisset Winifred Jacqueline Fraser Bisset is an English actress. In 2010, she received France’s highest honours, the Légion d’honneur. Bisset began her film career in 1965 and first came to prominence in 1968 with roles in The Detective, Bullitt, and The Sweet Ride, for which she received a most promising newcomer Golden Globe nomination. In the 1970s, she starred in Airport (1970), Day for Night (1973) which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Murder on the Orient Express (1974), The Deep (1977), and Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (1978), which earned her a Golden Globe nomination as Best Actress in a Comedy. Other film and TV credits include Rich and Famous (1981), Class (1983), her Golden Globe nominated role in Under the Volcano (1984), her Cesar nominated role in La Cérémonie (1995), her Emmy nominated role in the miniseries Joan of Arc (1999) and the BBC miniseries Dancing on the Edge (2013), for which she won a Golden Globe Award fo...

5 MIN2017 FEB 8
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Postlude: A Voicemail

Minute 137: A Universal Picture

Dedication: Dom Cerulli This final episode is dedicated to Mark’s dad, Dom Cerulli, on what would have been his 90th birthday. Dom was one of the original “Mad Men” of the advertising industry, gave the world “The Uncola” and told us to “Be All You Can Be.” He also spent many years in the music business, first as the East Coast editor of Down Beat Magazine, then as a publicity director for labels like Columbia Records, Verve and RCA. He worked with jazz legends like Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, Carlos Jobim and Stan Getz. Dom was nominated for a Liner Notes Grammy in 1965 and co-authored a paperback called The Jazz Word. Thanks for sharing your kindness, warmth, and humor, Dom! Guest Hosts: Wil Shriner and Robert Hays Wilis an a award-winning television director with numerous episodes of Frasier (1993), Becker (1998), Everybody Loves Raymond (1996), and Gilmore Girls (2000) under his belt. He is a nationally known comedian with over 50 appearances with Jay Leno, David Lette...

40 MIN2017 FEB 7
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Minute 137: A Universal Picture

Minute 136: About Your Scrambled Eggs

Guest Host: Wil Shriner Wilis an a award-winning television director with numerous episodes of Frasier (1993), Becker (1998), Everybody Loves Raymond (1996), and Gilmore Girls (2000) under his belt. He is a nationally known comedian with over 50 appearances with Jay Leno, David Letterman, Johnny Carson and more. His corporate track record with Microsoft and Bill Gates continues to grow with a host of projects for an array of technology- and consumer-oriented electronic companies. As an actor, he has over a dozen films to his credit including the Academy Award-nominated film Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), in which he co-starred with Joan Allen, and that was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Wil Shriner wrote the screenplay and directed the feature film Hoot (2006), based on the Newbury Honor-noted Carl Hiaasen book from New Line Cinema and Walden Media. Wil’s Official Site Wil’s IMDb Page Guest Host: Robert Hays If you don’t know who Robert Hays is, you really don’t know much abou...

31 MIN2017 FEB 6
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Minute 136: About Your Scrambled Eggs

Minute 135: Nice Going, Sweetheart

Guest Host: Daniel Hank Daniel Hank works as a producer, studio production executive and loves to travel. Airport is one of his favorite movies. His credits include Marvel’s Daredevil, Glee, and the upcoming series The Breaks. He’s a serious frequent flyer and has written consistently about his travels to all seven continents. Summary Vern is at Gate 33, holding Gwen’s hand as she’s wheeled off the Tourist Jetway. Sarah Demerest stands behind a fence, unnoticed, listening in to Vern’s conversation. “I’m going to the hospital with her,” says Vern to the airport physician. The doctor signals to the attendants to take her to the ambulance. Vern follows, never noticing Sarah. Sarah watches them leave. The scene shifts to the next morning. The 707 from TGA Flight 2 is parked in the TGA hangar. A crowd of people stare up at the starboard tail, including Mel, Tanya, Patroni, Anson Harris, and Cy Jordan. An FAA investigator measures the size of the hole blown out of the starboard la...

37 MIN2017 FEB 3
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Minute 135: Nice Going, Sweetheart

Minute 134: Here She Comes

Guest Host: John F. Dulemba, M.D., FACOG Dr. John Dulemba has been practicing medicine in Denton, TX since 1986. Dr. Dulemba performs gynecological surgery with the Da Vinci Robot in North Texas. John is a former helicopter pilot in the United States military and is proud of his service to his country. He is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan, which is often apparent when he enters the operating room with his Steeler attire. Summary Flight Two’s passengers are exiting from the First Class Jetway at Gate 33. Suddenly, Inez Guerrero moves a velvet rope set up for crowd control and rushes to the exiting passengers, crying. “I’m so sorry!” says Inez. “He didn’t mean it! He didn’t mean it! I’m sorry!” Inez stumbles past the wounded passengers, and walks up to Tanya, who hugs her. “Inez…” says Tanya. Meanwhile, at the Tourist Jetway, Dr. Compagno and the nun assisting him exit into the terminal. Compagno meets another man, who shake...

38 MIN2017 FEB 2
Comments
Minute 134: Here She Comes

Minute 133: I’m Sorry Too

Guest Host: Tracy Nieporent Tracy Nieporent is Director of Marketing and Partner, overseeing public relations, communications, promotion, advertising and charitable events for the Myriad Restaurant Group. Its current members now include Tribeca Grill, Bâtard, Nobu, Nobu London, Nobu Next Door, Nobu 57, Porsche Grill (formerly Acela Club) at Citi Field, The Daily Burger at Madison Square Garden, and Crush Wine & Spirits. Tracy has also been a regular contributor as the culinary correspondent to the WFUV-FM City Folk morning radio show on National Public Radio and the nationally syndicated Food & Wine Radio Network. He has also made numerous appearances on WOR, WABC, WPLJ radio, and WCBS, FOX 5 and WPIX television, and HuffingtonPost.com. He is also regularly quoted in consumer and trade magazines, newspapers, and websites and blogs. Prior to joining Myriad, Tracy was an accomplished advertising and marketing executive for several prominent advertising agencies including BBDO, and NW...

36 MIN2017 FEB 1
Comments
Minute 133: I’m Sorry Too

Minute 132: Everything’s Fine

Guest Host: John Findlater John Findlater was born on August 28, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Airport (1970), Peyton Place (1964), With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) and Meteor (1979). What else is there to say? He’s Peter Coakley in Airport! Summary Vern hovers over Gwen in the rear doorway of the 707. Dr. Compagno and the nurse nun look on. “Hold on,” says Vern. “You’re gonna be all right. We’re going to make it!” Vern leans over and kisses her. Gwen squeezes Vern’s hand. Flight Two arrives back at Gate 33. There’s a rush of people through the terminal. “Please. Do not obstruct the tourist Jetway” intones an announcer. Weatherby shouts, “Open the gate!” He sees two attendants pushing a gurney. “Get that down here!” Behind the attendants are Nash, the airport doctor, followed by Tanya and Mel. Sarah calls after them. “They’re down – – everything’s fine,” says Mel. “I was home, watching television, when -” begins Sarah. “I know...

33 MIN2017 JAN 31
Comments
Minute 132: Everything’s Fine

Minute 131: We Can Taxi

Guest Host: John Findlater John Findlater was born on August 28, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Airport (1970), Peyton Place (1964), With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) and Meteor (1979). What else is there to say? He’s Peter Coakley in Airport! Summary Vern, Anson, and Cy are resting after their dramatic stop at the end of Runway Two-Niner. Vern unbuckles his seat belt and turns to Harris. “Okay with you if Jordan watches the right side for a minute?” Harris nods. “I’ll be right back,” says Vern, climbing out of his seat. Controller #4 says, “Global Two – – welcome home. Do you need a tow, or can you taxi, over?” Harris looks up at the ceiling. Controller #4 says, “Global Two, I say again: do you need a tow, or can you taxi, over?” Harris responds, “We can taxi.” Vern strides through the sea of passengers cheering him. He gets to the back of the plane and kneels down next to the prone Gwen. Sr. Katherine Grace takes Gwen’s pulse while Dr....

22 MIN2017 JAN 30
Comments
Minute 131: We Can Taxi

Minute 130: Right Rudder!

Guest Host: Rory Aylward Rory J. Aylward started out in the film industry as the assistant to a Literary Agent on Long Island, New York. After being commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Reserve National Guard, he moved to Los Angeles to try his luck in Hollywood. Offered extra work on shows like “Tour of Duty” and “China Beach” he realized there was a market for someone who could deliver background actors who knew how to march, salute, handle firearms, etc. and formed VETS Military Advisors. After making a good impression on films such as “Robert Heinlein’s The Puppetmasters” and “Strange Days”, he was hired by Producer Stratton Leopold as the Military Technical Advisor on Fox’s “Courage Under Fire.” Working for director Ed Zwick inspired him to want to work on the more creative side of the business and as he added Technical Advisor credits he also began exploring opportunities to develop and produce his own projects. Aylward put his career on hold in early 20...

37 MIN2017 JAN 27
Comments
Minute 130: Right Rudder!

Minute 129: Checklist Complete

Emergency Guest Host: Nancy O’Kane Nancy O’Kane, better known in Internet circles as “The Captain”, is much more comfortable watching movies than talking about them. Nevertheless, she has succumbed to the charms of her husband and agreed to take part in his podcast. When she’s not talking about George Kennedy and his cigars, she’s a full time student majoring in history and minoring in classics. She’s also busy being a caretaker to Rio, the most neurotic dog on the planet. Rio is afraid of thunder, lawnmowers, and plastic bags. Summary Frank at the Lincoln Approach radar screen continues to talk down Flight Two. “Two miles from touchdown,” says Frank. “Course good, glide path good. Looks okay. Advise when approach lights in sight.” Vern and Anson stare out into the murk. Vern picks up the microphone. “We’ve got the lights.” The bright lights of Runway Two-Niner appear through the clouds and snow. “Roger. Good luck,” says Frank. “Checklist complete?” asks Anson. “C...

20 MIN2017 JAN 26
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Minute 129: Checklist Complete
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