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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Heard from the director of the movie star. Netflix series useful. Jose luis harrieta one of the sports. The right to arguably came out at the series worst in the sense that a lot of his decisions is it takes backfired and we're slightly ridiculed and you spoke to him the other day. Yeah and we actually. I told him well. Actually you know. The the the netflix series made you look like a nice team and then and even knew ended up looking like a nice guy just human you know and and he said he didn't like it i all. He was very very Kind of angry. He's not an angry guy. He's a very calm withdrawn character and he told me you know i. I don't have a facebook account. I don't have an instagram account. Attracted keep away from the social networks and all of a sudden the fund myself thrown You know to the to the to to the to the public in on youtube. And he said he'd really Suffered from that resented it and was not really happy about it and but any said. But there's nothing i can do about it Just you know. Just go on and try and try to do my job as again but yeah you could tell. He was really hurts by by by the film by the way that he was depicted. I suppose in the film. And also i think just to be exposed. You know in is a very kind of ruse run character. He doesn't like to be in the spotlight in the limelight. And because of the all of a sudden you find finds himself You know out of is in intimacy out of this kind of secretive lives. Even you're not supposed to director and and on top of it Well a little bit ridiculed so You know i. I really i try to tell him. You know really the team You know in the series. It really looks better. That that's kind of an empathy to it all the commence i had about it. We're positive but he said not but you feel not only at been exposed to to to the rest of the world but in in the same guy in the sometime not in the best light so yeah no it looked really you know. Yeah angry about it like well like just you know kind of over other kind of yeah i. I don't know if you had intentions to complain is but it's not that kind of guy. He's very kind of silence. Once again with ron and i think he kind of suffered in silence and probably know nobody asked him about it before they when when i told him that he kind of said. Oh god no man you know like Yeah no it was not very happy. That's for sure he'll not be in favor of a third season. Then maybe but it trudges to hiding you know because this it'd be warm so i suppose the kind of firm it works well the first time because you know you got to get you caught off guard. But i've i'm sure it'd be only god's this you know next time around you've been listening to episode of two zero by the cyclone podcast supported by super sapiens. This episode was produced by will jones..

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

14:42 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Little bit of the history of that race on t- on television during a normal tv broadcast of race. It's always focused on the winners. Were in cycling there to own the thrives in appellate on and every one of them each one of them has his own story. A crash Punch the bedtime team director car. Who can get into the way. And that's not always shown on tv and was the initial approach to to the whole project of the flunks classics. uh films. just as did you see that the there are maybe two stories that they won't get stalled and we wanted to tell or try to tell the whole of the air of the race. How have been received. I mean you've done one every year since two thousand sixteen i have. They gone down with the audience. The audience loves them. They're always really well watched We got a lot of other. Tv makers who always sent little texts and say a great show Great great to watch the race. Also riders like last year for example Recalled lawrenson oliver nelson sphere. We could follow his mother During the race and or maybe some some teams You can't really get in touch with the press officer and you just call one of the belgian riders and you say we really need to get in touch and it just they make an effort. They really make an effort. Ever so-so so the rioters directors most most of the teams really love the the effort. We're we're doing. I mean you must have hundreds of hours of footage from the day. I mean it must be a huge job to to end it down into the documentary that we see that's mostly the work of of our directors. It's it's been a team of. I made think four directors who featured on the race. It's mostly you start with with the broadcast and just at it the race into an hour and then you go and see what were the key moments in the race. And how does everybody react to an am because we got over seventy cameras during were recording that day so seventy cameras times for five hours film that this equals Watching tv but that's the whole process. You just you start with the race you you look at the key moments in the race and then you start going back into the cameras and then every year there are some. Everybody has to take A lunch break or a toilet break or something like that and you just scroll through old team cameras and see okay. When are they eating. You collect all those little pieces so it. All building blocks that the come together. Do you have a favorite moment. From any of the i mean. Do you have a favorite film. D is one of them that out for you in d. have a favorite senior favorite moment. it's not so much moment. But i really like dick national team director of Tricks sigfredo and he wanted to use the data for johnny maximum merav. Quickstep rider work retired ago the way he reads the race in knows every corner of the of the park. And like a few years ago when alabama to bet y'all one and everybody got to really surprise light and who's bet y'all he predicted it's on the on the other berg. That's the winner and the way he reads the race. It's it's really interesting. So north really favorite moment but a for of a favorite character in the documentary series. Who is one of the guys we call every year. So did it. Can't we put a camera not car. Easy easy invaluable for for us. You know. we're seeing this kind of explosion in tv. it's golden age for for television with net flicks and amazon and everything and we've cycling finds volpi enjoying the the movie star series. I mean do you think the potential insight cling to create more funding. The funders documentaries are a great example of what you can do. Vining people turn into view of the race and really taking them inside the race. Do you think that cycling can right for a drive to survive type series. This formula one series. It's it's hard to say because In two thousand sixteen we made a. We followed the quickstep team during the entire year. So even before the the moby star documentaries and series and stuff like that we already got inside. We followed the whole team for for the entire year and at that moment social media was they were they were getting it but it wasn't as As dominant within the teams. I started to mention that from day on day the teams really got involved with Generating money generating a fan base on a different way. So it's harder and harder. It's become harder and harder to get access like roof the flat fundus documentary films as well when we started out teams just said okay. Make something of it and and we'll see it on television now. Each year every team gets a preview gets A say in what can be shown. It's getting more difficult. I would really love to see a address to survive with several teams with other teams will be hard to get everybody on board. Really get the excess like we got in twenty sixteen like you really need to have team boss say. That camera team has all access at year. We got a really good talk with particular lefavor and he said okay. If you guys wanna make this you get all access and like into the franz when things were going good you need to be in the room when when muscle kittle is his fuming discern teammates and under directors are trying to get everybody on board in in creating a group again and if the doors get shot. It's it's difficult but let's hope so. You really need to have on way with movie star if he says we're making a documentary and we can show everything that you can make a program if it's somebody else it gets. More difficult quickly falls into her flawless as well lost few years. We've been seeing themes being more hesitant to to show control like team. Like emails have never grunted alexis into their team. Core a team like jimbo vs mice now taken all miss their own production company every need to negotiates rights image rights with them. So it's it's getting more and more difficult and a teams or more and more aware of the power of the cameras in theme cars. My name is mark. I have been working in most that rustavi. The reading eight years have great opportunity direct. Mvm spent saw the week with my boss will say laurent whereas Tossing have no bottle thought is pilot. progressional This though so thanks a lot for your kind words. Because the essence of this series is being able to everything warts and all. The series was conceived a few years ago when the head of telefonica spagna. Jose maria alvarez poletti who got to watch a team time-trial to from inside one of the following team cars. He fell in love with what he saw and felt that everyone deserves a chance to see it. From that moment. We were tasked with making a documentary. That then turned into docu series. Originally it wasn't to be a netflix. Exp- an agreement was reached. That turned out to be great. Because what jose maria wanted to show to the whole world was done and i think we managed to purchase something very realistic. We didn't really think of making it in the style of any other programs but then the formula one documentary appeared and plenty of people compared our show to theirs tonight. I would say the same thing. We wish we'd have the same budget. Also the same relationship with the tour de france. The welter spun. You make vat show had with the faa because of that would have made things a lot easier but then we didn't really based on documentary on any other show because he wanted to keep it in the style of how we do. Things are channel movie star. Plus we'd love to see a third of franz freshman drive to survive. It would be spectacular to be able to have a camera in the car. Another one with you and then in border hands grow car to be able to see stage unfolds with all decisions made like we've seen with movie star. If it were up to me we'd start now as it's all about the begin with the two and everything but for the time being. We haven't reached an agreement with anyone to continue doing this by thing that the audience would be thankful if we could with movie stars being quite easy. They've allowed us to tell their story. Because we explain to them what our project was having to do that to the Each and every team to their respective bosses and sports directors the star writers as well and then for everything to work out. Well it would be most watering challenge. And i really wish we could because if we don't manage to do it then sooner or later someone will. If there's a specific problem in cycling is that it doesn't happen in the same place. It doesn't happen in the stadium. It's a sport that continues to move around and on the roads of a country. Expose the changeable weather conditions the stages a really long and therefore it's very difficult to be able to record everything in terms of filming. We have a small team trying to capture long as many hours if you think about football. It's nineteen minutes long if you film there on a team gets the final. Maybe seven or eight matches and that's not really a lot at the end of each grand tour. We back with so many minutes of video. Russia's i mean eat lots of time to look at every second and we promise you that we do watch every loss but the footage every bit every hour more than two thousand dollars and that's the most difficult thing selecting the best. Tell the story with the protagonist difficult. But that's the beautiful part of the trade taking series. Two is an example. We began in the month of june. When the new device calendar came out we began to film the team meetings as they were planning the season restart in the last things we recorded. where the interviews. In january we're talking about seven months of filming obviously not continuous but from start to finish total work. Well another eight or nine months because we got the images and then we work on those. The same thing happens with the tour and then the wealth after that. It's starting to the final editing which is about two or three months of work really enjoyable work. I think many protagonists surprise me. In the end we feel like those people who kidnaps someone developing the for them because we see so much footage of them get to know them and their mannerisms and everything many surprise me for example. Mark solaire really surprises me. He's a cyclist with a strong character. He always has an opinion. And gets you talking. He doesn't keep quiet. he's a character. Surprised me because he's hyper-active. He acts like a client in his funding then. There's 'enrich mass. The second of the first time we came into contact with him and surprised me in the way that he switched on a worker so methodical and it's amazing. How withstands the pressure. I didn't know him. He's from new york. Like me. And i expect him to be completely different. I didn't think he'd be like that at all. Such a young guy a mature at twenty five year old with his head screwed on an knows what he wants to achieve. We got to know patchy villa. To i already knew he was studious but it surprising the way he changes ideology of teams he comes to. The team has traditionally been a family with new ideas. Different way of working. The team is forty years old and having done things a certain way. They've had success. But alan colmes patchy with modern cycling watts while peaks of form of being consigned history. And all of that surprises me when they signed him. It surprised me. But i understand why. And he's a new character into mix in the second series. It's a challenge. 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Actually you know the the netflix series made you look like a nice team and then and even new ended up looking like a nice guy just human you know and and he said he didn't like it was very very Kind of angry. He's not an angry guy. He's a very calm with withdrawn character. And he told me you know i. I don't have a facebook account. I don't have an instagram account. Attracted keep away from the social networks and all of a sudden the find myself thrown You know to to to to the to the public in a on youtube. And he said he'd really Suffered from that and resented it and was not really happy about it and but any said but there's nothing i can do about it Just you know just go on and try and try to do my job as best i can but yeah you could tell. He was really hurts by by film by the way that he was depicted. I suppose in the film. And also i think just to be exposed in is a very kind of ruse run character. He doesn't like to be in spotlight in the limelight. And because of the all of a sudden you find it finds himself out of is in intimacy out of this kind of secretive lives. Even you're not supposed to director and on top of it well. A little bit ridiculed so You know i. I really i i try to tell him. You know. Really the team You know in the series really looks better. You know that. That's kind of an empathy to it All the commence i had about it. We're positive but he said not but you can feel not only at he'd been exposed to to the to the rest of the world but in the in the same in the sometime not in the best light so yeah no you looked really angry but like like well like it just you know p- kind of over other kind of yeah i. I don't know if you had intentions to complain is but it's not that kind of guy. He's a very kind of silence once again with their own. And i think he kind of suffered in silence an probably know. Nobody asked him about it before the when when i told him that he kind of said. Oh god oh no man you know like Yeah it was not very happy. That's for sure he'll not be in favor of third season and may maybe try to stay in hiding. You know because this. It'd be warm. So i suppose the kind of firm it works well the first time because you know you gonna get caught off guard. But i've i'm sure it'd be only as gods this you know next time around. You've been listening to sort of calm zero by the cycling podcast supported by super sapiens. This episode was produced by will.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Every need to negotiates rights image rights with them. So it's it's getting more and more difficult and a teams or more and more aware of the the power of the cameras in team cars. My name is mark. I helped me working in the ring. Eight years and have the great opportunity direct. Liam spent the week with my bulls with tossing bottle thought Say thanks a lot for your kind words. Because the essence of the series is being able to everything works and all. The series was conceived a few years ago. When the head of telefonica spagna. Jose maria alvarez poletti who got to watch a team time-trial france from inside one of the following team cars. He fell in love with what he saw. Everyone deserves a chance to see it. From that moment. We were tasked with making a documentary. That then turned into on docu series originally. It wasn't used to be a netflix. An agreement was reached. That turned out to be great. Because what jose maria wanted to show to the whole world was done and i think we managed to purchase something very realistic. We didn't really think of making in the style of any other programs then. The formula one documentary appeared and plenty of people compared our show to theirs. Tonight i would say the same thing. We wish we'd have the same budget and also the same relationship with that. Twitter franz vuelta spun. You make that show had with the faa because all of that would have made things a lot easier but no we didn't really base our documentary on any other show because he wanted to keep it in the style of how we do. Things are channel movie star. Plus we'd love to see a third of franz freshman drive to survive. It would be spectacular to be able to have a camera in the car. Another one with you movies and then in one hundred car to be able to see our stage unfold with all the decisions made like we've seen with movie star. 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And therefore it's very difficult to be able to record everything in terms of filming. We have a small team trying to capture long as many hours if you think about football. It's nineteen minutes long if you film there on a team gets the final. Maybe seven or eight matches and that's not really a lot at the end of each grand tour. We get back with so many minutes of video. Russia's i mean eat lots of time to look every second and we promise you that we do watch every loss bit the footage every bit every hour more than the frozen indoors and that's the most difficult thing selecting the best. Tell the story with protagonist. It's difficult but that's the beautiful part of the trade taking series two. As an example we began in the month of june when the new revised calendar came out. We began to film the team meetings as they were planning. The season restart in the last things. We recorded with interviews in january. So we're talking about seven months of filming obviously not continuous but from start to finish and tulsa work. Well another eight or nine months because we get the images and then we work those. The same thing happens with the tour and then the wealth after that. It's to the final editing. Which is about two or three months of work really enjoyable work. I think many protagonists surprised me. In the end we feel like those people who kidnap someone develop in timothy for them because we see so much footage of them get to know them and their mannerisms and everything many surprise me for example mark. Solaire really surprises me. He's a cyclist with a strong character. He always has an opinion. And gets you talking. He doesn't keep quiet. He's a character surprises me. 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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Reads the race in knows every corner of the of the park crude and like a few years ago when alberto bet. Y'all one and everybody got really surprised. Light bulb and lose bet. Y'all he predicted on the On the cross berg that's a winner and the way he reads the race. It's it's really interesting so not really favorite moments for of favorite character in the documentary series. Who is one of the guys recall every year. So did it. Can't we put a camera in your car. Easing easing valuable for for us. You know we're seeing this kind of explosion in tv. I it's golden age for for television with netflix and amazon. And everything and we've psyche finds vote been enjoying the movie star series. I mean do you think the potential inside cling to create more. You know funding. The funders documentaries are a great example of what you can do providing people with alternative view of the race and really taking them inside the race. Do you think that cycling is kinda right for a drive to survive type series. This formula one series. It's it's hard to say because In two thousand sixteen we made We followed the quickstep team During the entire year. So even before the the moby star documentaries and series Stuff like that. We already got inside. We followed the whole team for for the entire year and at the moment social media was they were they were getting it. but it wasn't as as dominant within the teams. I i started to mention that from the day on day. The teams really got involved with Generating money and generating a fan base on a different way. So it's harder and harder. It's become harder and harder to get access like with the flat flood this documentary films as well when we started out teams just said okay. Make something of it and we'll see it on television now. Each year every team gets a preview. Gets a say in what can be shown be. Sure it's getting more difficult. I would really love to see a drive to survive with several teams. We've other teams and it will be hard to get everybody onboard. Really get the excess like we got in twenty sixteen like you really need to have the team boss say that camera team has all access at that year we got a really good talk with potty lefavor and he said okay if you guys wanna make this you get all access and like gouda franz when things were going good you need to be in the room when when muscle kittle is his fuming at his teammates and under directors are trying to get everybody on board in in creating a group again and if the doors get shot. It's it's difficult but let's hope so you really need to have zoo with movie star if he says we're making a documentary and we can show everything then you can make a program. It's somebody else. It gets more difficult like falls into flawless as well but lost few years. We've been seeing themes being more hesitant to to show control like team. Like emails have never grunted sexists into their team car A team like jimbo visas now. Taken all miss their own production company every need to negotiates rights image rights with them. So it's it's getting more and more difficult and a teams or more and more aware of the.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:43 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Episode lime to senior editor for the fullness classics documentary films about reforms. Can you tell me the origins i mean. The first one was the hundred. Three refunds wasn't at the pizza gone. Victory i mean how. How did that project begin life. It also came about with flemish nights all documentary theater. It's it's A film was made in for tv e series which was By young alem and he had the idea of making Series of series that was based around that day in the to reform so it was a fictional series develop reuss we've all the characters and it all happened on one day and in the dvd box. There was an extra dvd that series which just compiled the images from the team director cars and the race and everything they filled so they made a small mini documentary. The it was the year that the faubion shara and tom bone and i think it was two thousand ten Had their famous fights on the capelle mood and i watched it That extra dvd. And i said to to our doctrine company boss. I said we need to make this every year. That's that's a great way to see that race again. From the inside out and author hugh yes and then the one hundred division came about and then we fault yeah we have to make descend we contact some themes And everybody was really interested in in making it. So that's how the series came about and one of the great things about it. Is you really showing the race from lots of different points of view you know. We get the funds by the roadside. The family of the writers the writers themselves inside the team kart is always great footage as well was the idea of the kind of three sixty view of the tudor funders on the day as a as a unfold. We're just trying to show the inside of that that they that is it's a national holiday for as you can say influence because our national sport is in football. It isn't basketball it cycling. And it's it's data that do the whole regional. Flawless comes to halt. Everybody stops about a million people. We are with eleven million belgians and a million people are alongside the road of the parkers and we wanted to see how it impacts. rider sowed. The start comes about how they react. The inside of team bus The team directors all nervous. And just that that whole field look and feel of Awful florida celebrating cycling from the tv has made the broadcast to the commentators. Who spend the whole day in the comebacks commentating on the race and how everybody enjoys it. They and has a little everybody who writes a little bit of the history of that race on on television during a normal tv board cost of race. It's always focused on the winners in cycling there to own the thrives in appellate and every one of them each one of them has his own story. A crash Mantra the bed time Team director car. Who can get into the way. And that's not always shown on tv and that was the initial approach to to the whole project of the flunks classics Films just to let you see that the there are maybe two on the stories that they only one get stalled and we wanted to tell or try to tell the whole of the of the race. Have they been received. I mean you've done one every year since two thousand sixteen of the gun dine with the audience The audience laws them. They're always really well watched We got a lot of other. Tv makers who always sent little on say a great show. Great great to watch the race. Also riders like last year for example recalled lawrence oliver nelson and asked fear. We could follow his mother during the race. And or maybe some some teams You can't really get in touch with the press officer and just go one of the belgian riders and you say really need to get in touch and it just they make an effort. They really make an effort every so the writers directors most most of the teams really love the the effort. We're we're doing. I mean you must have hundreds of hours of footage from the day. I mean it must be a huge job to edit dive into the documentary that we see. Yeah that's that's mostly the work of of our directors. It's it's been a team of think. Four directors who have each donna race. It's mostly you start with with the broadcast. And you just edit the race into an hour and then you're going to see what would have key moments in the race. And how does everybody react to an because we got over seventy cameras during were recording. That day so seventy cameras times for two five hours of film that this equals of watching tv. But that's the whole process. 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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Series of tv series that was based around that day in the to reformer so it was a fictional series. Deviancy reuss We've all the characters and it all happened on one day and in the dvd box. There was an extra. dvd that series which just compiled the images from the team director cars and the race and everything. They filled so they made a small mini documentary The year was the year that far. Beyond laura and tom bone and i think it was two thousand ten Had their big famous fights on the capelle mood and.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:32 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Leuchter bridge bike exchange. I think it's all about. The personality is beyond the camera. Early days back in two thousand and twelve. When dan jeans had the idea for backstage pass he was one of them. might anyway. Just ozzy boy who's pretty cruzi and and we. We sort of trusted that he would never put anything out. That you know. Pat always says something we shouldn't have or something like that so we have full trust in now in that and we're trying to promote the team. We're not trying to You know trying to look for juicy stories or try and make some controversy or anything like that just trying to tell story of of what you know what. It's most tom locking within the team. And now sam. Finding in who's taking over from dan. It's the same thing you know. He's just a good block and we trust him that he's He's putting out the the rodney means for the team. And and like you know it's pretty much Is always on show but You know it's nothing really the hard. That's what we wanted to show that Chemical robotic cycling sometimes and. There's nothing really to hide a lot of good personalities within the sport from all the way through to the top artis. And that's what we wanted to show and we're pretty good as a team and so they have the cameras also on msnbc and of course you know people want to fans wanna say the roar emotion you know. And that's the good old for bad. I think it's quite a good thing to sort of like you know we. This is the reality of it. You know we lose draw. This is the reality of Cycling sits you sort of win you lose lose more races than you win. So you know the roller coaster real and Take everyone onto that raw us and That's what we're trying to show yeah. I think recycling it's something that's still with the with the movie star one. I think it's still an open market there. There's still a lot of good stories to be told so. Hopefully in the future we can have more of a good publicity for startling. And hopefully the teams can generate some revenue. And we don't have to rely so much on sponsorship delay. Would you like to see a cycling drive to survive. Understand the team from dyson here. They've done a deal with so it is on the on the table. And is that something you've heard about and would you like to see it for sure like to say it but i also like to see revenue come back to the team's not to the i think it would be good that You know we. We want to survive as a unit and the rod is in the organization to work together so hopefully that That can come about and And it can be good for everyone. Sports director team bike exchange showing inside of our sport will benefit the sponsors and all the fans. People want to see that south. Anyone wants rice on television. It's going in behind the scenes and seeing Seeing what's happening died. I is is pretty exciting. And the movie saucy resulting. It's good i think It's it's pretty rule and It shows a lot shows off. Found it interesting to see how that goes up right. Yeah they didn't hard it any. Which is what people want to see out team. We're pretty transparent and open and the guys who who can come to until we started doing backstage pass from day one so everyone knew what are informed. And i think we've worked well for us on a few guys. Basically is free media training for few ask guys. We're pretty sure and and pretty awkward behind behind the camera and what it did. It help those goals. Because john's tom he was one of the boys. But you still had a camera. And then i suppose is sort of relaxed around him a arm and then they relaxed around other people getting interviews know. We had some great success in and he was able to capture that from a from an out. I'm they scopus I'm a government embedded. Into tim jimbo fisher team I'll be doing this for i think. Four or five years now. Now you've got to cars in the race. So that's everyday like six or seven hours Footage each car. We've got to go. Bros at the to make annexed The people are finish line. So that's also everyday like two or three hours and then the footage of mon camera and that's like three hours a day so if you go to counties it will be like six hundred hours. Some government do like the the dramatic scenes. In a sceneries. In the del rooms after watch of course and this year is really dramatic with all the crashes and also crash in stage one with the opn mia sign is not always nice to to film the people. You like like remorse. And how big is this. Dream is for him and You see the disappointment and It's really difficult to to be in his hotel room and not to be there. You know what i mean. so yes. it's it's good for dramatic shots but sometimes it's also nice to film when they were winning like last year. Actually it was kind of easy because Pretty much just riding in the new jersey for almost offer two or something you are listening to kilometers ankle by citing but guest power by super sapien. Anti management for committee athletes and coaches go to super apn's dot com for more now to talk you and actually loans and hyun for success. Everyone some here again. So as an athlete with type one diabetes they use of a continuous glucose. Monitor allows me to see in real time. My blood glucose level heading into the night before at the morning off the race and post race. I can see in real time. What levels This is vitally important. It means that. I can keep my blood sugar in range during the race on. It's such a game changer. To be able to to see this live and to be able to truck it so it for me it's it's really really great How to good day Management wise so really happy with that. I'm i'm the senior editor for the flemish classics documentary films about reforms. Can you tell me the origins i mean. The first one was the hundred. Three refunds wasn't at the pizza gone. Victory i mean how. How did that project begin life. It also came out with a flemish documentary. 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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Pretty awkward behind behind the camera and what it did. It helped us goes. Because john's tom he was one of the boys. But you still had a camera. And then i suppose as sort of relaxed around him of tom and then they're relaxed around other people. Were not getting any of us. We had some great success in and he was able to capture that from a from inside and out. I'm they scopus I'm a government Embedded into tim jimbo fisher team I'll be doing this for i think. Four or five years now. Now you've got two cars in the race so does everyday like six or seven hours Footage each car. We've got to go pros at the next annexed The people who are the finish line so that's also every day like two or three hours and then the footage of my camera and that's like three hours a day so if you go to counties it will be like six hundred hours. Some government. do the the dramatic Scenes in the scenery's into hotel rooms after watch of course and this year is really dramatic with all the crashes and Also the crash in stage. One with the opennow mia Sign is not always nice to to film the people. You like like remorse. And how big is this. Dream is for for for him and You see the disappointment and the it's really difficult to to be in his hotel room and not to be there. You know what i mean. So yes it's it's good for dramatic shots but sometimes it's also nice to film When they were winning like last year it's actually was kind of easy because Pretty much just riding in the jersey for almost.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Behind the net flicks phenomena coal solaire as somebody suggested. The mark spinoff should be leuchter. Bridge bike exchange. I think it's all about. The personality is behind the camera. Early days back in two thousand twelve. When dan jones had the idea for backstage pass he was one of that might anyway. Just z boy. Who's pretty cruzi. And and we we sort of trusted that he would never put anything out that you know. Pat always says something. We shouldn't have or something like that so we had full trust in now in that and we're trying to promote the team we're not trying to Trying to look for juicy stories or try and make some controversy or anything like that. It's just trying to tell story of of what you know what. It's most the time walking within the team and Now he's sam finding in. Who's taking over from dan johns. It's the same thing you know. He's just a good block and we trust him that he's He's putting out the the rodney image for the team. And and like you know it's pretty much Is always own show but You know it's nothing really the hard that's what we wanted to show that Chemi quote robotic cycling. Sometimes and. there's nothing really to hide. He's a lot of good personalities within the sport from south all the way through to the top rods. And that's what we wanted to show and We're pretty open attain and so they have the cameras on on the message. Of course you know. People want to fans say the roar emotion you know and that's good or for bad. I think it's a good thing to sort of like you know. This is the reality of it. You know we lose or draw. This is the reality of Cycling it's it's sort of we you lose lose more races than you win. So you know the roller coasters real and Take everyone onto that. Raw with us and That's what we're trying to show yeah. I think recycling it's something that's still you know with the with the movie star one. I think it's still an open market there. There's still a lot of good stories to be told so. Hopefully in the future we can have more publicity for cycling. And hopefully the teams can generate some revenue and we don't have to rely so much on the sponsorship delay. Would you like to see a cycling drive to survive understand.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Obviously binged on them. They're fantastic available on youtube with english subtitles. If anybody's interested in checking them out. We're also going to hear from jose luis harrieta sports rights. A movie star. Who is fred. Say doesn't come off. The the least expected they series two very well and and he's been quite burned by that and he told francois a little bit by severe the pitfalls perhaps but the trade off is if going to let the the commerce. And you've got to show the reality you can't sugarcoat or you are shortchanging the the people watching and and this you talked about the all or nothing series amazon. The problem is that you feel and in some cases no that the teams have final. Say on sean. And what isn't and i understand. That case with the movie star. She's always amazing. Given what we did see but that's an uncomfortable feeling because there's a very fine line between pr and genuine storytelling and a lot of the stuff is produced by the teams are over which the teams have the final say are really pr rather than journalistic. Yeah i also think with these. Don't commend you where everyone gets to sit down after the fact and talk through The stories there's great scope for the filmmakers to kind of create characters from that material and then fit it back to the documentary footage. Shaw i'm not necessarily saying that's the case in the movie star documentary but certainly sympathize with our editor. Because you know he kind of set himself up really out of say the obvious and easy kind of forego i really and could understand if he's once each seen the thinking audit come out with that terribly. Well he can't be the only person in that team that looked silly but look like he's come up a little bit short here and there and so there's that there's that tremendous trust in the filmmakers at the end who are looking to make a story on the and that's i think that's where the difference between pr and journalism comes into play and why the filmmakers themselves have a tremendous responsibility to reflect reality as accurately as i can within the constraints of what the teams do and don't want to show it's a real tricky balance to strike and another one worth mentioning code. Yellow was the documentary. That was put together from footage. Shot within team. You movies my the france last year but the documentary was made by the dutch channel and that was very interesting because they showed starting a sign of tom. Dumoulin that we maybe haven't seen frown sunday. Wasn't that happy with the results. And it's interesting that this year Documentary will be again but it will not be made by television. It will be in effect made by the team itself which is probably a pity but on the other hand the cameraman who they work with as worked with the team for many years the writers all know him trust him consider him a friend and that enables him to get more access than than somebody else might be able to get so is sometimes a tricky balance and we'll hear from him as well in this episode but let's let's hear from the experts lionel. I mean trump so far behind with binge-watching we need you started breaking bad about a couple of months ago Should just.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:44 min | 2 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Netflix and chill guy. Apparently in a gold native television with netflix amazon. All these new channels that commissioning new documentaries factual documentaries and series in particular probably better than ever more of them than ever but it's television doing justice to cycling. Are we in a golden age of cycling films and series. Well i think we might be on the cusp of it with the movie star documentary into its second series now assault. The second series was a big improvement on the fast it was catering for a more mature audience in the sense of cycling. Finds you understood the workings of the sport a bit better. it was. It was more in depth stay was more light and shade to it but i think still the one weakness is you're only seeing one team's perspective and i feel this about the many football documentaries that amazon authors have released where you're just inside one team. That's great you get one perspective. Get to see their ups and downs. And there's a sense of of seeing behind the curtain to some degree but that's still a lack of context the lack of depth. Which i think if you could get two or three teams together and tell the same story of perhaps one race or one series of races like the classics for example and see it from three different teams perspectives. You'd see the kind of yin and yang of success and failure through You know different sets of eyes rather than just one team. Having a good day by day what you're describing lionel sends very much like drive to survive the phenomenally popular netflix series on formula one. Which even for somebody like me not not take interest in for the one really opened up that world by being really latched by the people the characters And it's not a great job of humanizing a sport from which felt quite distant. And i think a lot of people have been asking cannon equivalent be made for cycling. I understand the aso have actually engaged the same production company box to box films. Who are here at the tour this year with a view to making an equivalent. It's like the the one problem with that. is they. need the teams on board on. There's always this tension between aso the teams and the uci by basically who gets any money from projects like that and so i don't see it being as easy to organize it prompts. That is an formula one. And but who knows. I mean the have been the last decade or so some great examples of of good content being produced by the teams themselves. Most obvious examples backstage pass. What has been greenidge ourika. And there's no team bike exchange will here in this episode from my white on luke bridge from team biking's changing the journey. They've been on in and documenting their story and film. What's like have cameras around all the time centra. We're going to hear also from the people behind the movie star series. The least expected day. it's cold on. I don't know that there will be a series three. We thought there would be about it. Looks like that might not happen. Well see from the man behind I think has been the best. Recent cycling documentary series of cycling documentaries that the to flanders documentaries which are feature length and really captured three hundred sixty degree view of the race. We see inside the team cars. Where with some of the writers were with their families with the fans were with the guy that runs a bar by the roadside is brilliantly together and documentary. They've been running since two thousand sixteen. I discovered just as locked down. Starting i obviously binged on them. They're are fantastic available on youtube with english subtitles. If anybody's interested in checking them out we're also to hear from jose atienza sports rights. A movie star. Who is fred. Say doesn't come out of the the least expected they series two very well And he's been quite burned by that and he told francois little bit by the severe of the pitfalls perhaps but trade off. Isn't it e if you're going to the cameras and you've got to show the reality you can't sugar coat or you are shortchanging the the the people watching and this is what you talked about the all or nothing series on amazon. The problem is that you feel and in some cases know that the teams have final. Say on shown. And what isn't and i understand that case with the movie star sears always is amazing given what we did see but that's an uncomfortable feeling because there's a very fine line between pr and genuine storytelling and a lot of the stuff is produced by the teams are over which the teams have the final say are really rather than journalistic also think with these documentaries where everyone gets to sit down after the fact and talk through the stories there's greater scope for the filmmakers to kind of create characters from that material and then fit it back to the documentary footage shaw. I'm not necessarily saying that's the case in the movie star documentary but certainly sympathize with ariana. Because you know he. Kind of set himself up really out of the office and easy forego i really and i could understand if he once each seen the thinking auburn. Come out with that terribly. Well he can't be the only person in that team that looked silly but looked like he's come up a little bit short here and there and so there's that there's that tremendous trust in the filmmakers at the end who are looking to make a story on that and that's i think that's where the difference between pr and journalism comes into play. I'm why the the filmmakers have a tremendous responsibility to reflect reality as accurately as i can within the constraints of what the teams do and don't want to show. It's a real tricky balance to strike and another one worth mentioning code. Yellow was the documentary. That was put together from footage. Shot within team movies. My the tour de france last year but the the documentary was made by the dutch channel. And that was very interesting because they showed starting a sign of tom. Dumoulin that we hadn't seen demand wasn't that happy with the results and it's interesting this year. A documentary made again but it will not be made by dot television. It will be in effect made by the team itself which is probably a pity but on the other hand the cameraman who they work with worked with the team for many years. The writers all know him trust him consider him a friend and that enables him to get more access than than somebody else might be able to get so it's sometimes tricky balance and we'll hear from him as well in this episode but let's let's hear from the experts idol. I mean trump so far behind with binge-watching we need you started breaking bad about.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Their loss. Some of them are here in The Hague for this final judgments, which they hope Will results in radical modish being locked up for the rest of his life. On a holiday with that report, And in the next hour we'll be speaking to Camille Makovich. He's a former mayor Shelbourne it so he was 16 at the time of the massacre. He fled and walked 110, kilometers for seven days to get to a safe place will be joining us in the next hour. 25 minutes past the hour. Joe Biden is very much on the world stage with the G seven rich Club of countries meeting in a few days. Who gets to meet him and how is a very significant issue a status issue for world leaders. A few days ago, Ukraine's President Vladimir Zelensky was saying in an interview. He really really wanted to meet Joe Biden before the U. S president had a scheduled meeting. With Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelinsky offered to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. He didn't get a meat straight away, but they have spoken on the phone. Sedensky has been invited to the White House this summer. And, of course, they had a lot of issues to talk about. Olga is a journalist in Ukraine. Joins us on the line from Kiev. There was a certain desperation in the tone older wasn't there that Zelinsky really wanted to have a sort of a face to face meet, or it was certainly a conversation before Biden meets Putin Will Will he be satisfied with a telephone conversation and an invite for later? Good morning and thank you for having made some pleasure. Well, first of all, this call is the second call between Zelinsky and Biden after Biden took office in January this year, And finally, there is an invitation to the White House, something that Zelensky was expecting since he became president of Ukraine in 2019. You and the listeners probably remember the scandal with that led to the impeachment process against the former U. S. President Donald Trump at which was actually the conversation with the landscape and, uh, Trump that was basically asking for a quid pro quo from Talansky, saying that he would be invited to the White House if he launched a trial if he supported the trial against Uh huh. That's right, yes. Start these ties to Joe Biden's son. So, uh, Zelinsky was denied a meeting. Then there was no hints at the meeting at his first conversation with Joe Biden earlier this year, and then finally, there is an invitation. So, of course, on the one hand, that's a big victory and the big delivery bubble for Zelinsky. They will be meeting in July. We know that already from the Lansky's statement, his office statement. On the other hand, of course, there is some disappointment, probably for Zelensky that this meeting will follow Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled to take place in Geneva on June 16. Why? Because you know that Ukraine is at the state of war with Russia. Basically, the factor the your is not, but the factor it is. Russia has been concentrating troops on Ukrainian borders Since April, there is a gas pipeline North Stream two Russian guest pipeline that is almost completed. And other pressing issues that the Lansky wanted to discuss with Biden before him, It's Putin. Now, these are very big issues. But there seems to be a sort of a tone of Biden of opposition of resistance to put in much more so than under Trump. So does the Lenski hope for advantage. The North Stream two bit of a disaster for the country, and yet, do they have hopes? In the future. Well, Definitely. There is more hope in Ukraine and in Ukrainian government and president Zelensky that under the Biden administration, there will be more substantial US support to Ukraine, a more substantial that it was during the Donald Trump times. So, um, and North Stream two is one of those projects that the Lansky hope the U. S would help, too. Block it. Although the project is on the final stage of construction, and during the call, we know that they discussed this gas pipeline with Lewinsky, saying that this is not an economic project that this is a security threat, and he also hinted that some security guarantees should be provided to Ukraine. If the North Stream two is completed, we don't know what does that mean yet and from Joe Biden's statement? We only know that the the president's discussed the need for close cooperation on energy security, so that probably also remains North Stream two Ukraine This is a vital issue because it would deprive Ukraine of its transit fees. Gas transit. A lot of exactly a lot of money at stake. Their older, many thanks, indeed. All go to karaoke. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the U..

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Judgments which they hope Will result in radical modish being locked up for the rest of his life. On a hologram with that report, And in the next hour, we'll be speaking to Camille Makovich. He's a former mayor, Shelbourne Nitze, who was 16 at the time of the massacre. He fled and walked 110 kilometers for seven days. To get to a safe place will be joining us in the next hour. 25 minutes past the hour. Joe Biden is very much on the world stage with the G seven rich Club of countries meeting in a few days who gets to meet him and how is a very significant issue a status issue for world leaders a few days ago, Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelensky. Was saying in an interview. He really really wanted to meet Joe Biden before the U. S president had a scheduled meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelinsky offered to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. He didn't get a meat straight away, but they have spoken on the phone. Sedensky has been invited to the White House this summer. And, of course, they had a lot of issues to talk about. Olga is a journalist in Ukraine. Joins us on the line from Kiev. There was a certain desperation in the tone. All there wasn't there that Zelinsky really wanted to have a sort of a face to face meet, or it was certainly a conversation before Biden meet Putin Will will he be satisfied with a telephone conversation and an invite for later? Good morning and thank you for having made the pleasure. Well. First of all this call is the second call between Zelinsky and Biden after Biden took office in January this year, And finally, there is an invitation to the White House, something that Zelinsky was expecting since he became president of Ukraine in 2019. You and the listeners probably remember the scandal with that led to the impeachment process against the former U. S. President Donald Trump. At which was actually the conversation with the landscape and trump that was basically asking for a quick broke war from Zelinsky saying that he would be invited to the White House if he launched a trial if he supported the trial against Uh huh. That's right. Yes, yeah. These ties to Joe Biden's son. So, uh, Zelinsky was denied a meeting. Then there was no hands at the meeting at his first conversation with Joe Biden earlier this year, and then finally, there is an invitation. So, of course, on the one hand, that's a big victory and the big delivery bubble for Zelinsky will be meeting in July. We know that already from Talansky's statement, his office statement On the other hand, Of course, there is some disappointment, probably for Zelinsky that this meeting will follow Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled to take place in Geneva in June 16 or why? Because you know that Ukraine is at the state of war with Russia. Basically, the factor the your is not, but the fact that it is Russia has been concentrating troops and Ukrainian borders. Since April, There is a gas pipeline North Stream two Russian gas pipeline that is almost completed and other pressing issues that the Alinsky wanted to discuss with Biden before him, It's Putin. Now these are very big issues, but there seems to be a sort of a tone of Biden of opposition of resistance to put in much more so. And under Trump. So does Zelinsky hope for advantage. The North Stream two bit of a disaster for the country. And yet do they have hopes in the future? Well, Definitely. There is more hope in Ukraine and in Ukrainian government and president Zelensky that under the Biden administration, there will be more substantial US support to Ukraine and more substantial that it was during the Donald Trump times. So, um and North Stream two is one of those projects that the Polanski hope the U. S. Would help to block it, although the project is on the final stage of construction And during the call. We know that they discussed the this got gas pipeline with Lewinsky, saying that this is not an economic project that this is a security threat, And he also hinted that some security guarantees should be provided to Ukraine. If the North Stream two is completed. We don't know what does that mean yet and from Joe Biden's statement? We only know that the president's discussed the need for close cooperation on energy security. Yeah, so that probably also remains North Stream. Two Ukraine. This is a vital issue because it would deprive Ukraine of its transit face gas transit exactly a lot of money at stake their older many thanks indeed. All go to karaoke.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

09:09 min | 3 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on WBUR

"And a hooligan has sent us this report. Red Con la dish was the face of an audacious military campaign. The hands on enforcer of a political plot engineered at the top. To make sections of Bosnia's Muslim population disappear. He is really important because in many ways he presided over the sort of violent machinery of the army. Actually, Eva Lukasik is a historian at Utrecht University. Well, I would say that's probably one of the most important individuals in determining how the war would play out in Bosnia have to go. But you know it was a Bosnian Serb general that led the Bosnian Serb army pretty much throughout the war. So his responsibility and how the prosecution argued the case is that basically he was at the top of a certain pyramid of violence. So to say It began with persecution propaganda that turned neighbors against one another, and for thousands ended in stripper Nissa families fled to a United Nations base designated safe zone expecting protection. When radical Mladic and his Bosnian Serb army arrived, he reassured the displaced crowds with chocolates for the Children and promises of a safe passage. Then separated the women from their sons, husbands and fathers. In the four days that followed, approximately 8000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were executed. Serbia needs a genocide is the only recognized genocide on European soil since World War two Catherine Bomb burger is the director of the International Commission for Missing Persons, You know now that we've been able to identify almost 90% of the over 8000 men and boys that were executed during those days in July. What is important is that we have scientific evidence. We use DNA as the first line of identification. We were able to link the identity of these individuals back to the original mass grave sites where the bodies had been disarticulated because the perpetrators had tried to hide the evidence. Exume ng the mass grave sites, the original sites and removing the bodies to multiple secondary sites so that evidence could never be found. But through DNA, we were able to piece the bodies back together again. The families were able to bury them. July 11th is coming up. Now it's a month away. But this was important for the families of the missing As soon as these bodies began to be excavated and bear in mind At that point, they still thought they were alive and hidden detentions in Serbia, and this is what they were being told. So slowly. But surely the story began to emerge. So we try to new technology and we revolutionized the use of DNA. For purposes like this, but it's hugely significant because without it, I think The denial again, which is still complicated would have continued. This is an important contribution to justice, every single one of the 161 people indicted by this Yugoslav tribunal. Have been accounted for. Some have died. Many serve their time. This court has an enviable record in terms of international justice for one of its legacy, have the legal vassals sports here in The Hague has any impact on reconciliation in the region? Serge Brammertz is the chief prosecutor at the this last tribunal prosecutions by themselves or convictions. Will not bring reconciliation. Reconciliation has to come from within a society from within the victims, Communities, perpetrators, communities and you need responsible politicians. But what I really think is that prosecution accountability is a precondition to give reconciliation a chance, because if you cannot agree on the responsibilities in the past, if you cannot agree On the history of nations. How can you prepare a joint project to move forward together? Did you ever think that you wouldn't reach this point? It looked impossible in the nineties to have these individuals arrested. Well, it happened in 2011. From Lady Justice Delayed doesn't mean necessarily Justice denied every year. Many of the survivors come together in reverence to remember their loss. No, Some of them are here in The Hague for this final judgments. Which they hope Will results in radical murdered being locked up for the rest of his life. On a holiday with that report, And in the next hour we'll be speaking to Camille Makovich. He's a former mayor, Shelbourne, etc. Who was 16 at the time of the massacre. He fled and walked 110, kilometers for seven days to get to a safe place will be joining us in the next hour. 25 minutes past the hour. Joe Biden is very much on the world stage with the G seven rich Club of countries meeting in a few days. Who gets to meet him and how is a very significant issue a status issue for world leaders. A few days ago, Ukraine's President Vladimir Zelensky was saying in an interview. He really really wanted to meet Joe Biden before the U. S president had a scheduled meeting. With Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelinsky offered to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. He didn't get a meat straight away, but they have spoken on the phone. Sedensky has been invited to the White House this summer. And of course, they had a lot of issues to talk about. Olga is a journalist in Ukraine and joins us on the line from Kiev. There was a certain desperation in the tone of the wasn't there that Zelinsky really wanted to have a sort of a face to face meet, or it was certainly a conversation before Biden meet Putin, Will he be satisfied? With a telephone conversation and an invite for later. Good morning and thank you for having made pleasure. Well. First of all, this call is the second call between Zelinsky and Biden after Biden took office in January this year, And finally, there is an invitation to the White House, something that's a landscape was expecting since he became president of Ukraine in 2019. You and the listeners probably remember the scandal with that led to the impeachment process against the former U. S. President Donald Trump. At which was actually the conversation with the landscape and trump that was basically asking for a quid pro quo from Zelensky, saying that he would be invited to the White House if he launched a trial if he supported the trial against, uh the Biden. That's right. Yes, yeah. These ties to Joe Biden's son. So, uh, Zelinsky was denied a meeting. Then there was no hands at the meeting at his first conversation with Joe Biden earlier this year, and then finally, there is an invitation. So, of course, on the one hand, that's a big victory and the big delivery herbal for Zelinsky will be meeting in July. We know that already from Talansky's statement, his office statement On the other hand, Of course, there is some disappointment, probably for Zelensky that this meeting will follow Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled to take place in Geneva in June. 16. Why? Because you know that Ukraine is at the state of war with Russia, basically the fact so the your is not, but the fact that it is Russia has been concentrating troops on Ukrainian borders. And since April, there is a gas pipeline North Stream two Russian gas pipeline that is almost completed and other pressing issues that the lets you wanted to discuss with Biden before him, It's Putin. Now. These are very big issues, but there seems to be Sort of a tone of Biden of opposition of Resistance Tutut in much more so than under Trump. So does Zelinsky Hope for advantage. The North Stream two bit of a disaster for the country, and yet do they have hopes in the future? Well, Definitely. There is more hope in Ukraine and in Ukrainian government and president Zelensky that under the Biden administration, there will be more substantial US support to Ukraine. More substantial that it was during the Donald Trump times so and nursery into is one of those projects that the Lansky hope the U. S would help, too. Block it. Although the project is on the final stage of construction, and during the call, we know that they discussed this gas pipeline with Lewinsky, saying that this is not an economic project that this is Security threat, and he also hinted that some security guarantee should be provided to Ukraine. If the North Stream two is completed. We don't know what does that mean yet and from Joe Biden's statement? We only know that the the president's discussed the need for close cooperation on energy security, so that probably also means North Stream two different. This is a vital issue. Because it would deprive Ukraine of its transit face. Gas transit. Exactly a lot of money at stake. Their older, many thanks indeed. All go to karaoke..

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Is now the West, Effective country beheaded population way have been overwhelmed by these pieces, and we were aware of the God between the official numbers off the dead count and the excess that that we have recorded in stark difference. The UK has for the first time recorded no new deaths from Cove it but how do you calibrate risk in the years to come? Also the racist massacre. No one talked about the most of last century remembering Tulsa 100 years on, there were shame and sectors of the white community in the black community. There was also post traumatic stress disorder, and it's the confluence of all those psychological dynamics that really contributed to the history of being swept under the carpet for decades. Those stories and much else after the news. Mm hmm. ABC News with Sue Montgomery, the medical charity medicine. Some Frontier says more than half a million people in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo have lost the supply of drinking water as a result of the recent volcanic corruption. With more. Here's Our Africa regional editor Will Roth made sounds, some Frontier says As a result of damage to Goma's main reservoir and pipe work, 500,000 people have lost their drinking water supply. Medical charity wards that because cholera is endemic in eastern Congo, there's a threat of a major outbreak so safe drinking water's urgently needed since mountain near a Congo erupted 10 days ago, There have been frequent tremors. As a result, hundreds of thousands of people have stayed away from the city, either in camps or with other families. In an effort to assess the level of risk experts have flown drones into a second smoking crater. Where molten lava has been spitting out of the ground. The main global health and finance agencies have appealed for a $50 billion investment fund to help ends the covert 19 pandemic. In a joint statement, the World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, World Bank and International Monetary Fund said the world had reached a perilous point. The director general of the World Trade Organization and Josie and conjure in Walla told to joint youth conference that overcoming the pandemic would require countries to cooperate both and trade. And on the distribution of vaccines that sink policy is straight policy on vice versa. We won't get the vaccine production increase We need without action on trade on without ending, Vaksince tenacity. We cannot get the last in trade and economic recovery. We need We want global cooperation to save lives. Pope Francis has issued the most comprehensive overhaul of Roman Catholic church laws for nearly 40 years. Toughening penalties for abusing Children. The new code introduces offenses of grooming minors for sect aunt of possessing images of child abuse. The pope reminded bishops to follow the letter of the law rather than leaving it to their own discretion. Malaysia has scrambled warplanes in response to 16 Chinese military's transported craft coming close to its own space. The Air Force said the planes have been conducting suspicious activity over the South China Sea. His will Leonardo The Royal Malaysian Air Force said the Chinese planes flew within 110 kilometers of the coast of Sarawak state in Borneo. They said the aircraft didn't contact regional air traffic control despite being asked several times. They described the incident as a serious threat to national sovereignty and safety because of dense air traffic nearby. The Chinese Embassy in Kuala Members of the planes had abided by international law. Beijing has been building up a military presence in the South China Sea, which it claims almost in its entirety. BBC news. President Jo behind in his due to visit the U. S City of Tulsa to mark the Centenary off the tongue, so race massacre one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history. Mr Biden will privately meet survivors on speaker to memorial event to mark the killing off 300 Black people by white writers 100 years ago and alleged assault of a white teenage girl by black man led to a wave of shootings burning and looting by white mob. Police in Turkey have arrested several demonstrators marking the fatal shooting of a protester in Ankara eight years ago. Officers dragged away protesters who hit them with their flags. They were paying tribute to atoms and saloons who was shot by police in Ankara during a protest in Istanbul in 2013. The other Russian opposition activist has collapsed during a court appearance in minced video footage suggests that's two panel a tip off trying to cut his own throat in protest at the repression of opposition figures. He was Mike Sanders. Screams rang out in the courtroom when step on the tip off, took something out of a documents folder and plunged it into his neck. Witnesses said. It was a pen. He slumped on his back in the dark and was taken away for surgery. His life is not in danger. Mr Latif off, sprang to prominence last August when he handed out flowers. Two passes by at the start of the protests against President Alexander Lukashenko is disputed re election. The pressure on the president's opponents is unrelenting hours earlier, a journalist was arrested for carrying a scarf in the opposition's red and white colors. He organizes the Grand Slam tournaments of tennis have promised to address players concerns about mental health. It comes a day after the Japanese tennis star on world number two knee only Osaka withdrew from the French Open, saying she suffered anxiety when fulfilling media contractual.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

04:24 min | 5 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"If it were a car. So for all those people that may have had their license taken from them. Don't chase you're going to get caught, and there are fine so Just, um, just letting you know that do you think that Victoria has struck the right balance when it comes to its requirements? Well, it's mass say if he crowed, it's a little bit lazy, isn't it? Because they're transferring the onus from them. Onto you, the citizen. So this there's a balance if you will. So Victoria is the free state. Let's let's call it. Victoria Police, however, see you doing something you shouldn't. Then they can certainly pick you up. There's ah, whole Syriza endless series of fines. That they can give you I'm tend to Caroline, Counsel for president of the Law Institute of Victoria on the subject off The elderly. All the people, those more mature and their rights. This is their responsibilities when it comes to driving on our roads division more than is, said Victoria is terrible. I had the right to be grows and ask that my father at night he'd be retested. He failed. Thank goodness. So it had some examples of people who actually You don't want to use these laws to say for the safety of their own family members. Pat is in Bentley. On the other hand, Good morning patio with Sami and Caroline. Good morning, the only maybe overrepresented in fatalities for how many Facilities were caused by the only drivers. Ah, that's so you're suggesting that there simply what could be the victims of these rather than the courts source and quite quite possible. What's your experience? Pat? On the roads yourself that 95% of the other drivers are absolutely the instant behave with caution. That was the first bit of advice. My mom told me when I got my learner's and try and stick to this day, Pat. Thanks for the call. She is. That's a good rule. Absolutely. And the other rule that I was taught by my out driving instructor was trucks may not have the right of way, but they've got the might of way. So that's that's stuck in my head, so I'm very cautious when I'm barreling down the colder Uh, particularly around trucks. We had the most high profile incident off the last few years would, of course, the departed Prince Philip that crash and there's a lot of poor thing in general about on this topic about someone that all driving a vehicle around and You know, in light nineties? Yeah, And at that stage, he was 97. I believe he was leaving the estate in Sandringham. Annie, I think he said all the sun was in his eyes or whatever, but you know, it was fairly serious crash and People had to be, you know, hold out of broken up vehicles and Taken away and assist, so there are serious consequences. And I do agree that there's that problem with the old Lee that they don't necessarily know it that stage that they shouldn't be driving. My mother went up the shops early onset dementia. What made for the dog drove home left the meat in the car. The car was virtually unsalable afterwards, and it was only when we visited and she had this very clever way of hiding her tracks. Because she wanted to stay. No. Hi. I'm obviously but They would please signs that that license needed to be taken from her. Luckily, we were able to argue around that and we were able to set up a roster of people to drive her around. But The old Lee that want to retain their in there. Freedom. That's what this is really about its competing rights. It's the right to the old Lee. But it's the right to the community to be protected from the old Lee should they intentionally cause an accident in the same way that we are asked and hoped to be protected from any Driver who could be Yes. In this instance we're seeing on understandable correlation if we're talking about our site, and you know so little recklessness, and I agree with the collar in relation to Some of the most dangerous drivers that I personally witnessed the pay players, particularly at the 110 kilometer mark. Well, I know you know, for me and for you. Perhaps, Caroline, This is quite theoretical for lots of listeners thinking and you know, but for other listeners, this thing right now would be very relevant. Not only if you're often age where you might be coming up to these sort of Requirements but also with family members. So you might even be concerned about in your Nanto rain. That means so would love to hear your thoughts. 1 300 triple 2774 Caroline Council, Great to see you as always a pleasure. Semi Jack Drive safely shelter. It's 13 to.

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"110 kilometers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"110 kilometers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lights. And if you live in the northern latitudes, you may have been treated to nature's own light show. I'm talking about the Aurora boring Alice. Never having seen the northern lights myself. Perhaps now I'll get to see the glowing green in the sky normally found closer to the poles. They've been spotted as far south as Michigan and Ohio. Site fries. Charles Burnquist has more the Aurora forms when streams of charged particles from the solar wind interact with gas is in our upper atmosphere. It works sort of like a neon sign. The charged particles excite the gas making it emit Light don happen, is a research associate professor in the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska in Fairbanks. He studies the Aurora, including by firing rockets up into it. Welcome to science Friday. Morning, so people say charged particles hitting gas is what sort of particles are we talking about? And what sort of gasses The solar wind is primarily electrons and protons because the sun is mostly just hydrogen, and so when you break those apart, that's what you get those air sort of captured in our earth's magnetic field. And so the particles that create the light that we see typically with your are primarily electrons, and that accelerated down by electric fields in the magnetosphere. Come down and as you say, bump into the upper atmosphere, gas molecules and atoms and create a light and generally it's a sort of greenish glow. But but there are different colors to what makes the difference in colors. Is it a difference in the particles or difference in the Gas is that it's hitting it so different in the gas is that it's emitting so as you as you mentioned, it's somewhat similar to a neon sign. Basically, that's the same sort of process that happens in a neon lamp. You basically Dr electrons across, I guess in a tube like that. And the different gasses have different configurations of their electrons and the orbital's in the outer shell. And those differences create the different colors because the jump between the different shells is a certain energy, and that's a certain color of light. I would think that if if it were like a mix of gasses, you'd be getting ah, whole bunch of different colors all coming at once. Well, it turns out the different colors are more efficient or less efficient. And so the green one is very efficient. It Z Z one to produce an atomic oxygen. And that's different options And we have down here are oxygen We breathe is 02, which is molecular. Because the sun's ultraviolet at the upper atmospheres come break across the oxygen. You get a lot of atomic oxygen at these altitudes about 110, kilometers and higher And so it's a very efficient to create that green. So it's the single sort of brightest mission in the visible that we can see all the time. So yeah, if you take a picture, that's probably where you going to see. But if you look carefully, you'll see that there's some other colors in there. And especially if you take like a spectrograph, like basically a prism and break it out into its individual colors. See that the whole spectrum in there and you get not only the oxygen and then a couple of different oxygen emissions as well. But because there's a lot of nitrogen up there he often get nitrogen emissions. If you see that sort of pinkish, reddish lower border that's actually nitrogen emissions, combinations of neutral and some ionized nitrogen. By then there's room for more exotic things, or is there sometimes there's atomic nitrogen. And then there's some applause submission, So they atomic oxygen ion emissions on that sort of thing. So yeah, if you take a spectrograph, you can actually see several colors in there. But But Green is just the most prominent one because it's the most efficient one that produced and so if we do see a patch that's predominantly Say the pinkish color does that mean Oh, it's more nitrogen rich than somewhere else. Or just that is what happened to get stimulated at that moment. Well, that's a great question because the ratio of these different missions actually tell us the energetic of those particles coming down because the atmosphere somewhat later the oxygen is predominant at higher altitudes in the nitrogen becomes more predominant like it is down here on the Atmosphere at lower altitudes. That means if we Seymour nitrogen missions that means probably those particles and more energetic. In fact, we've got sort of a recipe for being able to figure that out. So if we can take images or use the spectrograph to look at the ratio of the colors We can actually sort of tell from the ground What the energy of these particles is coming down to at least two recorded. Why does it look sort of wispy like clouds. It's not an overall. Glowing background. It's there's lines and streaks and shapes. That's right. Yeah, there's there's a lot of morphology, and that that's kind of the $64 question is, is why do we get the morphology and the dynamics that we're getting, and it has a lot to do with with processes that happened? The magnetosphere? The region that will accelerate the particles to come down and create the Aurora are sort of localized, based on this sort of shape of the magnetosphere are changes to that shape. Why sometimes people are able to see it far south of the polls. That's right. So the solar wind not only has these charged particles, but it also brings along with it a magnetic field because they're charged particles. They got currents flowing around. You get magnetic fields and then you also because it's basically a gas as well. It has pressure and that pressure bumps into our magnetic field of the earth. This'll whole region's called the magnetosphere. And it'll actually make that magnetosphere ring aural actually compress it and return it more into a teardrop shape. And as those processes happen,.

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