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Paul Bristow

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A Former Member Of Scotland Yard. He Was Head Of Security At Fox For 20 Years.He's Currently A VP At The Private Security Firm McRoberts Protective Agency.

Paul Bristow on KCRW

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GQ Magazine Editor-in-chief Will Welch talks new direction for the celebrated men's magazine.

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One man’s treasure is another man’s Olympic gold medal.

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This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about what an editor on a movie or TV show really does, which is, watch every take, every outtake, every shot.

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Your own pulse will pound often and hard during Todd Douglas Miller’s film, which opens this week exclusively in IMAX.

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