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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Darsel el Lun Nov 12, 2012 10:40 am

Os dejo el enlace para descargar otro audio libro de Ben llamado Artists In Crime:

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Es largo, muuuuuuuuu largo casi tres horas y media (200 minutos), pero merece la pena, Ben interpreta a todos los personajes poniéndo diferentes voces

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EDITO para avisar que según le deis al enlace os aparecerá una primera pantalla en la que tendréis que esperar unos segundos hasta que arriba a la derecha os aparezca SALTAR PUBLICIDAD clicar encima y ya os lleva directas a la página de descarga.
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Nika el Miér Dic 19, 2012 9:24 am

Aquí os dejo el audio del primer episodio de la nueva temporada de Rumpole que se emitió hoy en la BBC4
titulada "Rumpole and the gentle art of blackmail" o lo que es lo mismo "Rumpole y el delicado arte del chantaje"
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Nika el Miér Dic 26, 2012 7:32 am

Aquí os dejo el segundo episodio que se emitió hoy de Rumpole titulado "Rumpole and the expert witness"
o sea "Rumpole y el testigo experto"
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  lulyve el Miér Ene 09, 2013 3:29 pm

Me he vuelto loca intentando descargar el archivo, pero soy muy torpe y no tengo ni idea, así que tiro por el camino de en medio.
Dejo el enlace, es de una página de tumblr y es un extracto de "The pillow book", están seleccionadas las frases de Ben nada más pero es auténtico ver como pasa de un estado de enamoramiento a la fase de me muero de celos y yo escuchando me he muerto de amor
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Con el siguiente audio me pasa lo mismo, dejo el enlace.
Este es diferente pero es impresionante, sobre todo para las que le podáis entender. Mi inglés es un poco deficiente pero he entendido bastante de la entrevista. Es interesante habla de Sherlock, pero hay un momento en que el entrevistador le dice que le va a hacer una pregunta personal y le pregunta acerca de como influyó en su vida el secuestro que sufrió en Sudafrica y esta parte es "acoj******nte", yo no entiendo todo y me pone los pelos de punta porque habla con un convencimiento y un tono de voz que casi conmueve, así que las que lo entendáis creo que podéis alucinar. Yo sólo digo que si antes le adoraba ahora le idolatro que grande es este hombre I love you I love you I love you
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  lulyve el Lun Ene 14, 2013 9:57 pm

Otro audio que me ha alegrado la mañana, es de Copenhaguen, lo emitieron ayer y oirle susurrar alivia mi sueño, mi enfado y mi todo.
Este también es de tumblr y tampoco lo puedo descargar así que dejo el enlace, que lo disfrutéis
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Mertxines el Mar Ene 15, 2013 11:14 am

lulyve escribió:Otro audio que me ha alegrado la mañana, es de Copenhaguen, lo emitieron ayer y oirle susurrar alivia mi sueño, mi enfado y mi todo.
Este también es de tumblr y tampoco lo puedo descargar así que dejo el enlace, que lo disfrutéis
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Pongo los enlaces de Copenhaguen en Youtube:

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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Nika el Mar Ene 15, 2013 8:19 pm

Thank you Mertxines.Acabo de llegar de trabajar de noche y me has alegrado el día.Ya me los bajé de You Yube antes de que los quiten y los he pasado a mp3 para escucharlos luego.
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  lulyve el Sáb Feb 16, 2013 3:22 am

Si pudiera pondría luces de neón a esto para que no se os pasase a ninguna escucharlo. Esta mañana yo pedía que Ben me cantara al oído, bueno pues esto es lo más parecido que voy a tener lo sé pero de verdad que parece que hay alguien por ahí que lee este foro....
Dejo el enlace porque es un archivo de tumblr y como siempre no puedo descargarlo disfrutadlo con auriculares si podéis
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Romelay el Sáb Feb 16, 2013 4:51 am

Yo lo he grabado directamente... Si me decís algún sitio donde lo pueda subir, os lo subo para que os lo podais descargar vosotras también en mp3 ^^

De hecho, si quereis descargar alguno de los audios que no se pueden descargar, decidmelo, y os lo grabo y lo subo donde me digais para que podais tenerlo descargado Smile

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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Nika el Sáb Feb 16, 2013 10:03 am

Hola,este audio tambien lo hay en You Tube ,no exactamente el mismo ,pero parecido jejeje Very Happy
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Mertxines el Mar Feb 19, 2013 11:37 pm

Benedict leyendo "The Surgeon's Mate" de Patrick O'Brian:

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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Mertxines el Jue Mar 07, 2013 11:03 pm

Nueva entrevista en audio de Benedict para el Cambridge Science Festival. Parece que habla de todas las cosas que tiene entre manos (Copenhaguen, Sherlock, etc...)
Se puede bajar desde esta página en formato mp3 y mp4:

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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Nika el Vie Mar 08, 2013 12:20 am

Y yo os traigo el enlace de la transcripción de la entrevista Very Happy Very Happy
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Mertxines el Vie Mar 08, 2013 12:44 am

¡Gracias Nika!

Pongo aquí también la transcripción de la entrevista (primera parte, de momento) para que no haya que buscarla por ahí:

Benedict: Well, I found out because I was at the Royal Society I think last summer it was and I met Barbara Sahakian Professor of Clinical Neurospsychology and I…basically I was there because I narrate this documentary that Prof Stephen Hawking does for the Discovery Channel called Stephen Hawking’s Universe. But at the end of a little clip of the highlights of the coming season they then had this fantastic discussion about where science is, where it could be in the next 20 years and what are the issues facing both science and the world and what the world needs from science. And it was so eye opening, so articulate, and the level of discussion was so invigorating that I just, I kinda went out on a high. I hadn’t really heard such extraordinarily clear ideas, brilliant communicators, fantastically interesting subject matters discussed with such intelligence for a long, long time. And I met Barbara afterwards in the corridor and we were fired up and we were talking about certain aspects of what came up and in particular I think an understanding of science as in the media image of science, the need for lightbulb moments and eureka headlines in order to gauge the public interest, to fire up funding, and all of the sort of social and ethical issues that are complexified how science presents itself in the world. I got talking and of course I started getting very excited thinking about the ethics of science re: my work and Frankenstein and the little sort of shards of involvement or links to her incredible expertise that I had and an interest that I had in them and we talked and talked and she said should we keep in contact and I said I’d love that. I want to have more conversations, I want to hear more conversations like the ones we’ve just heard tonight. And she was good to her word and I kept in contact with her and I got a call a few months I guess later saying how would you like to be the guest director of the Cambridge Science festival and I went Oh God, what have I got myself involved in? I’m not a scientist. I wouldn’t know where to begin! And how on earth do you cover as broad a canvas as what science is, I mean how do you begin to encompass, say, for example, Barbara’s specialty, in Neuropsychology with Stephen Hawking’s specialty, in Astrophysics. And just how on earth you answer the questions the very very large how and why is the universe in existence to what a very specific trial psychotropic drug might do to an Alzheimer’s patient and I thought well that’s exactly it isn’t it? And then all you have to do is personalize your interest with your work and what you have engaged with as a lay person outside of the requirements of roles and performances or jobs, and dive in. And I kind of did, and they’ve been brilliant, they’ve been very supportive and I sort of suggested a couple of things and I wrote the introduction and I wish I could be there in person but as I begged them to realize early on because of my very fortunate position at the moment I seem to be working nonstop and that’s a very good thing in an actor’s life so I have to just keep on doing that until the offers dry up but I’d love to be there in person. I just think it’s fantastic. I think, to have a forum where adults, young adults, curious lay people as well as experts and as well as children can come and literally get incredibly messy with handpaints and light and whatever interactive tools they are going to use for the family events and then sort of working your way up for that the sort of jovial things like the crime scene, which I think might be a fun thing for the family to go and visit and try their hand at being a detective, to some of the leading experts in the world coming to talk about their disciplines is terribly exciting, and to have that all under one umbrella, it’s a great thing, it’s a great reason to shout out about it. So here I am shouting out about it.

Interviewer: It’s very interesting that you should mention both Professor Barbara Sahakian and Professor Stephen Hawking because they both exist in very different realms of science, and, arguably, they both have very different reasons to want to communicate their science. Barbara, for the uninitiated, is a Neuroscientist, and works in Schizophrenia, in smart drugs, in conditions that are very heavily stigmatized in the public, and clearly a drive for her to help people to understand what these conditions are, where they come from, how we can treat them. Stephen, on the other side, of course, is working on Cosmology on some of the biggest questions we can ask, which is far more abstract and the drive to communicate that is far more about getting people interested and asking people to be curious about the really big questions. Do you think you can easily bring these two aspects together into something like a science festival?

Benedict: Well for the very reason, I think the answer is in the question. The very variety of disciplines and the extraordinarily different disciplines that science encompasses, answer questions as varied and broad as How can we use a new drug to patterns in the brain that may determine whether or not Alzheimer’s is going to take hold or you know psychotropic drugs that need to be researched and marketed and have an immediate application to questions of how we came into existence and what existence is and the very nature of our being…you know, I think that’s what’s wonderful about the science festival is that you can basically cherry pick which end of those polarities you want to explore and rather than being something that specializing like a conference perhaps would in one specific discipline, you have the ability to go to your interests within this program, which is one of the reasons I applaud it. I think the Science Festival is a really amusing and entertaining and informative way of engaging with these very important and influential topics.

Interviewer: I suppose for the same reason that science festivals are a fantastic vehicle for children to find out what it is that they might be interested in…you have a child who has a sense of wonder about the world, a sense of enthusiasm for science. An event like this will allow them to see what it’s like to be a biologist, what it’s like to be a neuroscientist, what it’s like to study the cosmos and to actually start to form aspirations towards being a scientist.

Benedict: Yeah I think anything that encourages curiousity. Children sometimes, sometimes in a very difficult way, ask Why? and that level of curiousity, that seed of wanting and questing and thirsting for knowledge is what’s so extraordinary about what science can give as far as a view into understanding the Whys of the world. It’s a great introduction, I think, for children. There are lots of very child friendly events as well as adult and expert events and it’s natural. It’s a very instinctive biological imperative, a hard-wired imperative, something that’s just utterly , well, for want of a better expression, in our DNA, is to understand our environment. To intuit, but also to try and volitionally explore and conquer and create and move and understand and I think anything that bridges the gap between curiousity and knowledge is a very very healthy thing in our society and I think that’s why Science Festival is a fantastic event to take a child to.

Interviewer: Was it nice to know as well that your portrayal of Sherlock Holmes has actually directly inspired one of the events, The Sinister Scientist?

Benedict: Yes, I was sort of waiting with baited breath to see what might come about. It sounds terrific, and I genuinely wish I could go there. Because, I mean, you can imagine, I’ve had a few conversations with policemen in my time of playing this role, and of course there’s only so much they can talk about. I’d love to go on a crime scene. But this is sort of the perfect safe way to do that and not get in the way of some very important and serious work and try your hands out at the sort of expertise that I’m supposed to be a master of as Sherlock Holmes, but thank God for Conan Doyle and Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss for making me appear that way! So, yeah, no, I was thrilled that they did that, and I’d love to visit, if only for that one event. But, sadly, I think I’ll be doing the real thing, as in playing Holmes, at the moment that people are doing that so I might miss it.

Interviewer: We can hope as well that that will actually inspire the next generation of forensic scientists, people that have seen this on television and think: That’s the job for me.

Benedict: Well, you never know, I mean, there’s an awful lot, he, he’s the origination of fictional detectives I think he really is the unique template and I think there have been an awful lot of other fantastic creations that have come since, but with him, yes, you’re right, I’m sure it’ll romanticize that job enough to a level that might intrigue people enough to follow up and try to find a career in it because it’s a fascinating of what we all are genetically hardwired to do, which is to understand and ask why, and how. We live day to day with using that reasoning and I think from childhood onwards, that first step into adulthood is start asking why to gain an understanding of your world, why it works the way it works and how it works is really what learning and becoming an adult I guess is all about. Yeah, I imagine it might inspire a few. Who knows? But, it’d be good if it did.

Interviewer: I confess, as a scientist, one of the things I like so much about Sherlock Holmes is that he takes the mystical and he takes what appears to be intuition and he breaks it down and he explains how we can arrive at these conclusions based on facts, based on inference and experimentation.

Benedict: Yeah, that’s what’s extraordinary about him. He has a sort of superhuman ability but it is actually a very human, studied, achievable ability. It is an extraordinary effort, and requires a hell of a lot of sacrifice, which is maybe why he’s…ahh…slightly sociopathic at times and impatient with mediocrity and the sort of mundanities that most of us are graceful enough to put up with, with a bit more patience than him. But, you know, he genuinely achieves what he is capable of by hard work so that is inspiring. And he unpacks the mysteries of the world..and…to me, that’s, again, it’s this age old question about what mystery is, what the unknown is. We can all stand in awe of the unknown and the majesty of what we are part of in this life but I think the beauty of science is that it is as beautiful to me as any religious or spiritual revelation to untag an understanding of your world. There’s so much to wonder at even though we have a really specific understanding of these things that we wonder at. It doesn’t diminish the romance of these discoveries, you know? You can still be in awe of something even if you understand it and I think that’s what’s remarkable about Holmes and of course he does it with a flourish which is entertaining and that can be quite fun. He likes to pull back the curtain on the Wizard of Oz, he likes to see, you know, what’s going on, what makes the machine work rather than just standing back and going Gosh, isn’t that just fantastic! And I think that’s a good thing I can completely see why that marries with scientists and their investigation of the world.

Interviewer: Some of your more recent roles, in particular in Star Trek and in the new Radio 4 adaptation of Neverwhere involve touching on aspects of science. Obviously, Star Trek being Science Fiction, there’s a lot of Cosmology, a lot of space flight. In Neverwhere there is a lot of discussion and the effects of altered states of perception. So, do you think that actually, through discussing these issues in art, we can, for example with Star Trek, again, we can encourage people to look more into space technology? With Neverwhere we can encourage people to consider the effects of altering our perception and the way this might effect them culturally, rather than necessarily in terms of scientic facts?

Benedict: Yes I think, you know, any gateway into appreciating science and investigating the real world of science in more detail is welcome, and I think if SciFi or fantasy fiction can do that, that‘s great. Sometimes fiction and art can marry with science and that’s a great thing. I mean, we were working in this extraordinary space in a lot of the sequences that we did for Star Trek: a real location in Northern California not far from San Francisco called NIF (National Ignition Facility) and it’s a place where Ed Moses and his team of extraordinary scientists are basically trying to create fusion, not fission, but fusion, they’re trying to create hydrogen fusion, and they’re using lasers fired at the most extraordinary speeds through various lenses that reflects the rays and change them from x-rays to gamma and I can’t remember what they end up with when they hit the target, which is half the breadth of human hair, of hydrogen in this huge cell. Hopefully, one day, and I think it is a question of when not if, create this alternative energy supply. It’s terribly exciting. One burst of this could power San Francisco for over a year. I mean, it is the stuff of science fiction. And, yet, there we are, running around, pretending that we’re in space, doing certain things I can’t talk about because the film hasn’t come out yet, and we’re in this amazing futurescape that’s there now, that’s part of our lives and culture now. That was really exciting, exhilarating, and there was a huge trade-off between the scientists working in the facility and all of us with our truckloads of cameras and dollies and lights and bells and whistles of the circus and us running around and all the actors in costume and our interaction with these people. They loved it, and we loved being with them. It was a real…it was a really special moment, actually, a really, really special moment. It was a privilege to be there they loved the entertainment of seeing this crazy circus come to their town! And so yeah I really do think there is great fruit borne by literature and art and music and film, in any form of expression that can go beyond pure science that can intrigue, and really captivate people, motivate people within world of science but also outside to take an interest in science. I think that’s great.


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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Elemental el Vie Mar 08, 2013 12:46 am

Gracias chicas!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  AdrianaDS el Vie Mar 08, 2013 12:59 am

Muchas gracias!! A ver si esta tarde tengo tiempo y la escucho Very Happy
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Re: Audios de Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Pandora10 el Vie Mar 08, 2013 10:01 am

Este hombre es un crack. Tiene labia para dar y regalar y su inglés es taaaan perfecto!
Por cierto, hay gente que tendrían que cobrar por hacer todo el trabajo que hacen, porque tiene su trabajo transcribir la pedazo de entrevista de 20 minutos o más en la que no para de hablar ni un minuto.
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Mensaje  lulyve el Dom Mar 10, 2013 3:08 am

Os dejo la segunda parte de la transcripción de la entrevista del festival de ciencia. dejo el enlace y la transcripción.
Mertxe, si ves que es mejor editar tu post y poner la transcripcion completa copiala de aquí y luego borra este post y así lo dejamos ordenado Very Happy
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SEGUNDA PARTE ENTREVISTA CAMBRIGDE SCIENCE FESTIVAL

Transcription of CSF interview (second half)

Interviewer: So why do you think these sorts of specifically public science festivals are actually very important?

Benedict: At the top of it all, you have what it clearly is about, this festival, which is a communication between science and an audience. It’s about informing an audience, and it’s also just a recognition I think in the moment to take in time to understand the benefits of the immense hard work and endless patience and hard work of every scientist that we all encounter every day, and the advancements no matter how small they may be and no matter how big they may be—its, that’s the launching board for this. And it gives us a greater understanding, and access to, those scientists and the science that is conducted and the people involved. So I think it also invites in a very broad family of an audience, I think you know, it literally a family, I think from children to experts to adults with an amateur interest it is a very very broad program that everyone can get involved in. And I think it answers to that curiousity we all innately have, which is to ask why, a thing that begins in childhood and hopefully doesn’t stop. I mean, just think about the children in the school zone which is, students, putting on I think from a secondary and 6th form and college and they’re the experts and they are showing what’s happening in their schools, either as part of their curriculum or in after schools clubs and it’s a chance to see them demonstrating what they might be capable of as our next generation of scientists and engineers and mathmaticians AND then there are events for children like Not So Scary Skulls, which I think is on the 16th of March which is children introduced to some of the weird and wonderful skulls of other animals and discover what they look like under their skin. And then for the even younger ones, it sounds-there’s this event will Crash Bang Squelch, on the 16th again, which is fun and weird and just crazy experiments and I think it will be a pretty hands-on experience for children to physically engage with science. So, everything from the theoretical to the practical, everything from the amateur interest to the expert eye I think is going to be catered for and I think that’s really important. To have a focus on the world of science and the scientists who work so hard in that world. So I’m thrilled to have been asked to be part of the festival.

Interviewer: If you were able to teleport away from your busy recording schedule, what events would you try and come to at the festival?

Benedict: Well, obviously, top of the bill would have to be the interactive crime scene on the 16th of March, because, while I fictionally portray someone who’s rather adept at dealing with situations in that environment, I’ve never had that experience in real life, for obvious reasons. Yeah, I think it could be a lot of fun. Although, I would rather it be completely in private with no one else around to see how truly awful I am compared to the number one consulting detective that I play in the shape of Sherlock. But I’d love to go to that one. So I’d also love to see well there’s an open afternoon at the institute of Astronomy, and Astronomy is a big interest of mine. And apparently there are going to be lots of talks and displays and demonstrations and, again, some more hands on activities, which is great. There’s such a broad mixture of interaction, from talks and discussions and panel discussions and Q and As, to letting us be the scientists experimenting and experiencing the environment first hand, which is really great. There’s..uh…what else..oh! Tim Radford, who is an interesting writer, former scientist editor at the Guardian and he’s chairing a discussion on the future of energy, which, I think that’s going to be very interesting. And I think Richard McMahon and Julian Allwood, Emily Shutburn, Tony Ralston are all talking on that topic, I can see on the program in front of me. That would be something I’d very much like to hear. Also, obviously, I’d love to see Barbara’s event which is called Smarter where I think the teenagers themselves are actually going to be leading a discussion about performance enhancing drugs, study, and learning-better drugs. I mean, I, Christ, I remember way back in the mists of time when I was doing my A-levels and what have you taking ProPlus which is just pure caffeine pill, I know that’s still readily available. You know, there’s just such an accent on performance testing and grading in education and the sort of sick irony of that is that it turns students into people who have to achieve based on exam results and of course where contesting and it puts massive pressure on very young people. I don’t know what the answer is, and I’m not an education expert, but it worries me that people feel under such pressure that they have to take drugs that could have quite long lasting, or even short-term, if not long-lasting, side effects. I think it’s brilliant that people are standing up and talking about this subject who actually are experiencing it rather than it being a dry discussion of experts who are well outside the age of people affected by the discussion. So, that, that’s something I really, really wish I could be at. But sadly teletransportation not being possible in our lifetime quite yet, and me being somewhere else means that I probably won’t be able to make them. But, funnily enough, I will probably be playing a fictional consulting detective in a crime scene probably somewhere in Wales or London filming the 3rd series of Sherlock, so if I’m not there, think of me as you’re going around the interactive crime scene, and good luck to you who do it.

Interviewer: Are there any scientists that you are aware of that you’d be particularly keen to play? Is there anyone whose life you think is particularly interesting or would be a good challenge as an actor?

Benedict: Um—Alan Turing. I would say that, wouldn’t I? I’m lined up to play Alan Turing in a film called, well the working title it’s called The Imitation Game. It’s a fantastic script about his work at Bletchly but also his life after that and his work on Christopher, the first calculus machine, computer, in Manchester. So..that’s the first one that comes to mind. And very specifically because I’m just beginning my thoughts about him and my investigation of him. And what an extraordinary hero of science he was. He really was and all too late came the apology from Gordon Brown I think in 2007 for a man that was hounded for his sexuality and completely overlooked for his utter brilliance. I mean, the man was at the forefront, let’s say, I don’t want to claim too much for him, but he cracked the enigma code, which basically led to winning the intelligence war in the second world war which was a massive, if not the most crucial piece in the puzzle for our victory. And then he went on to do that little thing of inventing the computer. I mean, the guy was extraordinary.

Interviewer: For those that don’t know, you really do have an impressive roster of scientists that you have played. Could you take us through a couple of them?

Benedict: Sure. Well, in the real world, I played Stephen Hawking, and Heisenberg and Joseph Hooker, the botanist, Heisenberg, the nuclear physicist, Stephen Hawking, the astrophysicist. I mean, so extraordinary disciplines and extraordinary, extraordinary characters at crucial junctures of their lives as scientists. I…god knows why I’ve been asked to play those roles. I mean, some of them were parts I sought out I mean I very I very much wanted to audition for the role of Stephen Hawking. Some of it is to do with just having a vague resemblance, and I think then on top of that, maybe an ability to have an interior life which can suggest the level of intelligence that Stephen Hawking has, without, sadly, in my case, being able to touch it. But, when I’m researching a role what I always try to is get to a level where I can cope reasonable well with the science that’s involved in our story, so I’m not doing a complete injustice by just pretending, but trying to, trying to embody, trying to actually inhabit those moments of discovery by understanding them. And I certainly did that with Stephen, and Heisenberg as well. And Joseph Hooker as well, I went to Kew Gardens and looked at the original manuscripts and presses and talked to experts about his work and found out about the conditions of travel and how extraordinarily fragile the whole process was for botany in those days, how perilous. I mean, the man would scale mountains to get the right sample and then cross the seven seas for months on perilous perilous journeys where people would be struck by all sorts of maladies, all sorts of disasters, and all to get back to Kew and write it up, log it and give the world the information it needed about far flung species of plants. I mean, really, incredible people doing incredible things and Heisenberg at this crucial juncture of the war and this relationship with Niels Bohr and his wife, Greta, and it’s just an extraordinary group of people. And then playing Stephen Hawking was such an extraordinary privilege, I mean, to spend time with the man, to meet him before and during was very daunting, I have to say. An amazing man, and I’m sitting opposite him, feeling utterly inferior and being very far away from who he is now and I’m trying to portray him at a time in his life which even if he could give me the most fantastic insights and demonstrations of what he was like, he is still, was a man then, in his 60s, so yeah it was very very daunting. All I needed was a smile, and I got one, and I felt blessed and I just went to work and tried really hard to do him and the script justice. He came on set one day and said “very good, very realistic” about a scene we were doing in a quad in Cambridge, and, you really don’t need any more encouragement than that from a living scientist to try your hardest to do the best job possible and to feel like you’re at least getting somewhere with it. So, I was over the moon and we’ve been friends, him and his family and I, have been friends ever since which kind of neatly ties this up because that’s the reason I’m talking to you. I met him most recently in Barbara’s company which is how this whole conversation about the Cambridge Science Festival began
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Mensaje  Mertxines el Jue Mar 14, 2013 7:55 am

Benedict cantando una canción de "Neverwhere" (¡qué bien canta y qué voz tiene el condenado!):

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Mensaje  Nika el Jue Mar 14, 2013 8:10 am

Oh my GODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD! affraid I love you
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Mensaje  lulyve el Jue Mar 14, 2013 9:20 am

Lo que me faltaba hoy.... No quisiera ser repetitiva pero he dicho ya que I love you le amo?
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Mensaje  Nika el Jue Mar 14, 2013 10:26 am

Niñas,si quereis descargaros un trozito de la canción y el ahhhhhhhhhhh sexy del final dadle aquí antes de que lo quiten
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Y si quereis la canción entera está aquí
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Mensaje  Nika el Vie Abr 19, 2013 10:57 am

Os acordáis de los anuncios de Jaguar a los que el Bene les había puesto la voz?.Pues ahí van otros 5:
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Bene,a ver si me llevas a dar una vuelta un día en el tuyo,anda majo.Que te indico el mapa mejor que el TOMTON I love you cheers rabbit Very Happy tongue sunny
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Mensaje  Isadora el Lun Abr 22, 2013 10:16 am

Nika escribió:Niñas,si quereis descargaros un trozito de la canción y el ahhhhhhhhhhh sexy del final dadle aquí antes de que lo quiten
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He kill me now pero de verdad de la buena I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you que voz por favor , vamos me canta asi al oido y es que se oye como exploto del gusto hasta en australia no puedo de verdad con el No No pero que pasa que todo se le da bien .... bueno no hay algo que no ya lo vimos que barrer nos es lo suyo pero bueno nosotras le compramos una aspiradora jajajajjajaaajaja

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Mensaje  Mertxines el Miér Mayo 08, 2013 11:55 am

Benedict pone la voz a un anuncio de Pedigree (comida para perros) de una campaña a favor de rescatar perros que viven en malas condiciones para cuidarlos y darlos otra vez en adopción:

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