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  • He's a Golden Globe winning actor.

  • Currently Stars, HBO Succession, Please welcome Brian Cox.

  • You got it.

  • All right.

  • So great to meet you.

  • Probably meet you.

  • Really didn't meet you many, many years ago.

  • You probably don't remember.

  • I don't.

  • I was stolen.

  • I was so stoned.

  • You are?

  • Actually, I remember I could feel the wall coming across me.

  • Yeah, it was.

  • I did a thing called Nuremberg, and I want it now.

  • And you sat behind me.

  • I was just gonna so funny.

  • I was going to say to you, I first became aware of you.

  • From where you played Goering.

  • That's right.

  • And then I had to be, like, 25 years ago.

  • It was a long time with something like that.

  • And I swear to God, I said that That is a riveting actor.

  • And when you got this part on succession and look, I'm a fan of Netflix.

  • I've said this before.

  • I know those guys, and I certainly may need them someday, so I don't ever want to press him up.

  • No, but I love Netflix.

  • But like Netflix has 1000 shows.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • I want to see that.

  • HBO always has one show where, like, I am so dying to see that one.

  • And your show is that show Sorry for touching.

  • You know, I agree with you about this whole thing.

  • Yeah, it's crazy, But, uh, excuse me.

  • I don't want to face me making me touch E.

  • It's, you know, I know they've said the character and succession is Murdoch, but it seems more trump to meet because the more intelligent than trump a way more intel way more intelligent than Trump.

  • But what they have in common is that you hate him for what he does.

  • But there is something that people like about balls, the sheer balls on it must be fun to play a guy personal to be a leading man.

  • Yeah, you are my but especially welcome.

  • A sex symbol is really I was doing a thing of presenting for the new season, and my wife was sitting next to somebody out in the audience and and I came on and this woman who was sitting next to my wife, she said, Well, that Brian Cox is so hot.

  • My wife said, Thank you.

  • I agree.

  • She was so embarrassed.

  • Oh, I'm so sorry.

  • But No, it Sze.

  • It's It's a great role, You know, You have to wait nearly 60 years before you get a role like that.

  • And it's a fantastic.

  • But again, I gotta say HBO, like you think about James Gandolfini in Sopranos or Steve Bushemi in the Boardwalk empire.

  • You nobody else would.

  • You would cast these people, but they're riveting, and they are six.

  • That's amazing.

  • So Okay, so you I read left home at 11.

  • No, no, no, that's exaggeration.

  • I left home.

  • Just was on the cusp of my 15th but I was on 14.

  • Still ridiculous.

  • I mean, in America, I mean way don't let them, like, go to school.

  • I never left home.

  • I just went to work.

  • That was all o e got very bad information.

  • I Well, actually, my home left me because of family circumstances, So I was pretty on my butt, and that's the Scottish way.

  • Uh, it's the way of poverty.

  • Actually, that's what it's about.

  • And that made you a socialist.

  • Of course.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • And subsequently well, really a social democrat.

  • And subsequently I thank you on subsequently a supporter of my country, Scotland, which is as it separate country as a separate country because it's bean what you mean because it's being treated like a shit pile for long enough.

  • It was my ancestors iron.

  • Well, I'm a MC Mac, which is an Irish skull of the word, the same people.

  • There are people way that we have all those memories in our DNA.

  • I don't think people realize that when the English conquered your country and my old country, they were conquering countries where people did not speak English like they think they think they were kind of kindred spirits.

  • Anyway, the Irish didn't speak English in 18 50 the Scots still can't understand.

  • Really, it's a different language.

  • No, it's It's I mean, you know, came to me because when I grew up, when I was a kid on, I used to live in a place.

  • I grew up in a town called Dundee, which is my hometown, and I used to look at the the River Tay and I used to.

  • I couldn't wait to get across it on Dhe.

  • I did get across it on then, when I now in that in those days it was North Britain.

  • That's what itwas because we had been through two wars so that we'd never and the Scots have been like cannon fodder.

  • And particularly in the first World War, Andi, the Second World War it was It was pretty even Steven all around, but we had not found ourselves in.

  • Our country is being taken away from us at an earlier time when we lost our parliament.

  • And then we had, you know, the famous Claudine and all of that.

  • But our independence had gone.

  • Andi, we've always bean treated very futilely on.

  • That still goes on.

  • You have a great action because here's a hint of it, but not enough to go.

  • What the fuck?

  • It you know?

  • But U S o But let me ask you about this.

  • You must have went through Brexit.

  • It's horrible, Okay?

  • But I feel like Brexit was a harbinger of what was gonna happen in this country.

  • And we did Well, I didn't pay attention because it was soon after the Donald Trump got elected.

  • It was, you know, you have Boris Johnson who looks like Donald Trump.

  • We have Andy's.

  • Elijah very much in the world is ruled by liars.

  • Well, it always on that morning.

  • Who in Israel?

  • Lyons.

  • Russia.

  • Lion.

  • Okay.

  • Politicians are generally liars.

  • Well, occasionally you get a good one, you know?

  • Okay, Not a good liar or a good politics.

  • Okay.

  • Good point.

  • What I'm asking you is you just the Labour Party just lost a tremendous election.

  • They ran a guy named Jeremy Corbyn looks the other picture.

  • He looks just like Bernie Sanders.

  • And he is a seven.

  • He's a 70 something socialist and they thought, Oh, you know what?

  • The working class is gonna love this guy.

  • He was promising the same thing as Bernie Sanders is promising big social programs, taxes on the rich to pay for it on the working class, saw it as pie in the sky and said, No thanks.

  • You lost the worst defeat since 1935.

  • It's terrible.

  • But then that's also partly to do with the whole little England on mentality on also a mentality which, by the way, I better take these bloody glasses off.

  • Sorry.

  • I mean, what happened?

  • It's an interesting thing.

  • I mean, his policies were interesting policies, but he has tthe e charisma of a failed geography teacher on which one are we talking?

  • Both, uh, well, actually, Trump wouldn't understand anything about geography, but but I'm talking about.

  • But what I think was really interesting is that his policies weren't bad.

  • There were good policies, but the problem was he couldn't sell them on dhe.

  • The problem was that were so under.

  • It's so interesting to see what happened.

  • You apart, you know, areas which were totally socialist was totally for such a long, long time areas, by the way, by the way in which, in the last 10 years, due to austerity particularly and that area from the Tories, the death rate of women increased.

  • That increased.

  • Women were dying in a much earlier age and they had done previously, and that's because of conservative austerity.

  • And that is what it was crazy to me that they didn't.

  • They didn't buy on the bullet.

  • They didn't say, Oh, let's go with it.

He's a Golden Globe winning actor.

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