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"atlantiques" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Not particularly big in comparison to. Examples on his arrival. but yet he was. He was a machine really named him absolutely not regard needs. I wouldn't call even mill reef small yesterday was was. was very well together I need you can see from his from his to your day, so I could see. The. Shamet welded together. He was neat. He wasn't big. But you wouldn't. Own Small Answer. Right place. Just sight PENATTA. Zoo. It will say it's pointing out. What he described as a two year old that I think is seems. Quite different as a three year old, he's. As voice, saying he's got, he shows a lot more speed and more natural speed now more than he did last year I think because he was winning consistently every mile. You kind of think by the end of the year well. He's GonNa step up. They actually, he really likes me like retrieve Myla. An ice quick question this. When we spoke about the three-shot McDonald's that we can full to this year and who's going to be the one that it will step up. And what trips will they all need? He was adamant that this was would be predetermined trump. Suit! That trip and I disagree Rory I just think. This is this is up to the. He's got much natural speed especially at the trot, Night Deauville. where, you can share that all. On, so yeah, the preacher club He. He is a pretty warm favourite, but I think that was that we also saw last week. Thought will give them a very good money. Atlantique. You. beat me to it. Yeah, yeah, sorry I, really like this horse. Saw Fraud this year and he was second got. He really need needed that? He's by American Pharaoh each takes a big big unit holes very different and incisive. It's no dorms when they meet each other. This it'll be, it'll be quiet. Out The joke, would be an interesting match and I. I think he's the one that kids is seems to keep improving so six to one for the project up and bit to the dorm to one. I put my money. and. It looks as though it's going to be another battalion for on the up in the rice as well, and it was interesting because we were talking about it on the show on on Thursday rory the. He had made the decision he was talking about sending Allison's at the two thousand guineas at Newmarket and at the last second change his mind and took them on with fixing the door. But he's going to have an awful lot of for the French Darby. We don't know what the rules are going to be. We really don't know what the quarantine situation is going to be so He was long odds on editor of ill when he won, but he bolted up Ocean Atlantic but it's possibly going to be a case of that. It's still restricted to French only horses, and if that's the case then. Really, wouldn't see much outside of those to fix. Wishy Atlantique and then you have to really make your choice. Just just things are changing all the time. It's just. very. You. Want you definitely if you're? Aidan O'Brien want tap that option to whole of run while in the in the game, and maybe the Dhabi's quite right, and it's a daphne strong option to have that. Yes, Poggi's attractor going pulse my window. You would because at the moment is not looking like an overly strong race and. The. Daphne Edna Brown right to. Try Name. Some of his says that. Just. Don't think he's going to be able to. Like he? He never mentioned.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Not particularly big in comparison to. Examples on his great rival. but yet he was. He was a machine really named him. Absolutely not regard needs. I wouldn't call even mill reef small yesterday was was. was very well together I. Need you can see from his from his to your day so I could see. The Shamet welded together. He was neat. He wasn't big. But you wouldn't. Own Small Answer. The right place. Just sight PENATTA. Zoo Yeah Yeah. It will say it's pointing out. What. He described as a two year old that I think is seems. Quite different as a three year old, he's. As voice saying he's got, he shows a lot more speed and more natural speed now more than he did last year. I think because he was winning consistently every mile. You kind of think by the end of the year well, he's GonNa. Step up! They actually he really likes me like retrieve Mirela. An ice quick question this. When we spoke about the three-shot McDonald's that we can full to this year and who's going to be the one that it will step up. And what trips will they all need? He was adamant that this was would be predetermined trump. Suit. That trip and I disagree Rory I just think. This is this is up to them. Go natural speed especially at the Trot Night Deauville. Where you can share that all. On, so yeah, the preacher club he is a pretty warm favourite, but I think that was that we also saw last week. Thought will give them a very good money station Atlantique. You'd be me do it. Yeah, yeah, sorry. I really like this horse. saw from this year and he was second got. He really need needed that? He's by American Pharaoh. Each takes a big big unit holes very different and incisive. It's no dorms when they meet each other. This it'll be, it'll be quiet. Out The joke could. Be An interesting match and I. I think he's the one that kids is seems to keep improving so six to one for the project up and bit to the dorm to one. I put my money. And it looks as though it's going to be another battalion for on the up in the rice as well, and it was interesting because we were talking about it on the show on on, Thursday rory the. He had made the decision he was talking about sending Allison's at the two thousand guineas at Newmarket, and at the last second change his mind and took them on with fixing the door. But he's going to have an awful lot of for the French Darby. We don't know what the rules are going to be. We really don't know what the quarantine situation is going to be so He was long odds on editor of ill when he won, but he bolted up Ocean Atlantic but it's possibly going to be a case of that. It's still restricted to French only horses, and if that's the case then. Really wouldn't see much outside of those to fix. Wishy Atlantique and then you have to really make your choice. Just just things are changing all the time. It's just. Very. You want you definitely if you're. Aidan O'Brien want tap that option to whole of run while in the in the game, and maybe the dog is not quite right, and it's a daphne strong option to have that. Yes, Poggi's attractor going pulse my window. You would because at the moment is not looking like an overly strong race and. The. Daphne Edna Brown, right to. Try Name. Some of his says I just don't think he's going to be able to. Like he he never mentioned.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

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"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

"KPCC PODCASTS are supported by twentieth century. Fox presenting forward versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold starring Christian. Bale and Matt Damon now nominated mandated for a Golden Globe for best actor Christian Bale and five critic's choice nominations including best picture of the year. KPCC supporters include Fox searchlight presenting. Joe Rabbit nominated for the Sag Award for Best Ensemble. Seven critics choice awards including best picture. The Golden Globe for Best Picture and one of AF is ten best pictures of of the year for consideration in all categories took from them on broadcast center at. KPCC this is the frame. I'm John Horn born on today's show. Ten years after writer Nell scovell called out her former boss David Letterman. They meet to Hash it out. Then Kim Gordon talks about her her debut solo album and her artistic life after Sonic Youth. I think I've come to terms. With what personal would be and I think it just means to do things in your own way. There's one way right way to be an artist or have in our career or music career and we'll meet the director of Atlantiques Senegal Els Official Oscar entry for best feature fell all that can coming up on the frame. KPCC podcasts casts are supported by twentieth century. Fox presenting forward versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold and starring Christian. Bale and Matt Damon now nominated for a golden in Globe for best actor Christian Bale and five critic's choice nominations including best picture of the year. Welcome to the frame John Horn ten years ago. TV writer Nelson Avella took a pretty big risk. She published an article calling out her former boss. Late night King David Letterman for running writer's room and a show that favored men scovill has since co authored. Sheryl Sandberg's two thousand thirteen book. Lean in and last year she published a memoir. You're just the funny parts and a few hard truths about sneaking into Hollywood boys club for her latest piece. In Vanity Fair Scoville met with Letterman to finally talk about gender discrimination at late night. Scoville join me in studio and described what it was like to write for Letterman in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Yeah so this was a dream. I'm job for me I had already worked in Los Angeles. I actually worked on the last season of newhart. And I'd written a Simpson's episode road and I finally. After years of sending material to the Letterman people got a call asking me to come in and meet with Dave and like a lot of late night shows not a lot of women in the writer's room. Now there's only been one before I got hired it was Merrill Marco who was a genius and the first head writer on that show and also Dave's girlfriend at the time so I guess I was the first female hired who was in a relationship with Dave so many years after you leave the show in two thousand and nine something compels you to write about your experiences sir. Right Dave was the victim of a blackmail attempt. He was having an affair with one of his assistants Whose boyfriend found her diary and the scheme was that he threatened to write a screenplay about the affair? If Dave didn't give him two million dollars at the same time Nancy Franklin writes a piece in the New Yorker that points out that there were zero female writers on Letterman Leno and Conan. And I have to say Dave's announcement was not surprise. Is anyone who worked on the show knew about his extracurricular activities. But the fact that I'd been gone for twenty years and they'd move backwards awkward as far as gender in the writer's room that was stunning to me and I literally lost sleep so on a fast forward word to a decision you make and certainly there's another party to this conversation which is going back today. Insane I want to have a conversation about about the fact that you didn't respond to what I wrote. And how did that come about because there seems to be an important condition and that is that it's on the record as we approached October twenty nineteen. I knew it was the ten year anniversary of this article I had written for Vanity Fair and then I just got this crazy idea which is With Dave sit down and talk to me and I knew he hadn't read the article because in this weird coincidence he and I ended up working together in twenty fourteen on the Kennedy Center Honors and I actually had a chance to ask him. Did you ever read that article. And he said to my face no. I don't worry about that stuff. Don't worry about that stuff it meaning inning. He didn't wear. He doesn't worry about what people write about him. Is that what it means. Already doesn't worry about how he behaved and how he treats women he claims it is the former when you sat down with David. I'm curious what was the most striking thing that he had to say. Well first of all it was pretty extraordinary that he agreed to sit down with me. If you do any reading about apologies and someone wronged you find out that as the person who has been wronged you lose status status and so the second Dave agreed will sit at a table and talk. He really did offer me the status right. We were equals at that table and I would love to see more powerful white men doing that sort of thing which is being open to that discussion so the point was not just for me to get what turned out to be an apology from Dave but also to you try to model behavior that I would like to see more. We're talking with TV writer and author Nelson cavill you mentioned in your Vanity Fair Peas. How male all writers rooms have been for people like Jay Leno and he has no regret and no apology? No it's all about the material. Just if you give me material than I will hire you. Just come up to me in a comedy club. He says you know Jay Leno went off. The air was zero female writers and that's he should be ashamed that for the rest of his life. What would you say are the things that make you optimistic about how conversations are changing not just in and around this issue but in the workplace about a show runners interest in hiring a room that looks like the country not like the country club? I do think we've made some improvement and I think it certainly helps to have people like Kenya barriers and Shonda rhimes who have been so successful and even giverny They're all doing amazing work. And I think it's Shonda who made an amazing observation. which is if you walk outside? You see people of all colors. There's US see people from all walks of life that's normalcy so we actually shouldn't call it. Diversity what we want is normalcy. You know in Nineteen nineteen ninety. I went to the EMMYS for the first time Letterman had been nominated and I was in the audience when they announced the nominees for the five best comedies comedies and it was Murphy Brown Golden Girls Designing women wonder years and cheers three and a half of those shows were created by women. Diane English one for Murphy Brown and I sat there in nineteen ninety and thought we we solve this. We proved it. You're if such a dreamer now I just want to get back to where we were in. Nineteen Ninety nells. cavill is a TV writer. She's the author of the memoir. Just the funny parts in a few hard truths about sneaking into the Hollywood boys club. Now thanks much for coming in. Thank.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on Feeling My Flo

Feeling My Flo

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on Feeling My Flo

"Since any was diagnosed directs yet nineteen. She's it's come a long way. I'm in better than I was. But I'm still at risk and and I know that I still have a brain that thinks about food and thinks about what I eat way more than I would like to. As she approaches her thirties she she says feeling. Fully healthy is a lifelong process. Dr Bermudez says that's different. For every person the vast majority ninety percent or so of eating disorders disorders can be successfully treated and people can successfully find recovery but that journey is different for different people for some folks that journey. Is You know one two two three years of treatment and is behind you and you're done life goes on for some. You know eight nine ten years of treatment and is still be behind you. I would love to be able to devote that brain space to something else because it's exhausting and it. It has nothing to do with like who I want to be as a person or the things that I strive for the WHO I wanna be as a friend or a daughter or a sister or or a partner. It just is distraction. It's but it's the stats sickness right like it's there so back to this summer and any gets period for the first time in a decade and she's shocked I like went to work. I was like just spotting. It'll be fine by like two o'clock and like freaking down and running out to get tampons because it was like not fine and I had to read the instructions because I forgot how to use a Tampon and and the first one that I did I had throw out. Because I didn't do it right. She said getting used her period felt like being fourteen again except her flow is different. The bleeding lasted for a full week. which is something that never happened before in my life it was heavy for two days and light for several after that and that was really new for me I was like always a three day period person but I was just like really feeling like excited and crazy about the period thing and I will tell you? I was Ravenous Venice in a way that I had not felt in years. You would guess that that might be scary for me but it was actually really nice. I woke up and I was look worse the chocolate and I distinctly remember when I was in high school my cravings were chocolate and the greasy. Food like fries and stuff and I totally I felt that way again and it was like holy crap like this is me like this is the food that I like to eat and I feel good wanting it like. I felt really good. You know for the first time in a longtime at to be corny. But she's really feeling her flow. I love it. She's great. She's lady I haven't named her but she's great I just want her to come visit me again. She's like a she's like because girl but I just want to just want her to like me and she's hopeful about what comes next. I don't know what former take but she's welcome in any form if you or someone you love showing symptoms what could be an eating disorder. Tell apparent or a trusted adult you can call the National Eating Disorders Association hotline at one. Eight hundred nine three one. Two three seven and we've listed additional resources is on our website feeling. My flow is a resource top. You start important conversations the critical moment when you're starting the heaviest day of your period. Reproduction Atlantique Will Williams and cuddle to inform entertain and empower visit. SF feeling my float. That's F. O.. Dot Com and follow us on twitter facebook and instagram. To join the conversation. Also tell us what you thought of this episode emailing. Hello Oh feeling my flow dot com episode was produced by me a warrant. She's our executive producer. Mixed Cedrick Wilson. Our associate producer is harsh hotta hottest our assistant producer. Is Emma Forbes. Are Saen engineers Charleena Rodriguez. I'm your House Camilla Kashani.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

"You said that this is written from the point of view of a guy. How did that song come together? And why was that important to write from that perspective. Well I I wrote a song called Swimsuit issue I can ninety one or something that was about sexual harassment right. After he signed to Geffen there is an incident and with an well-known Aaron are person and then I didn't want me to stuff was going on I just thought I should update it. Sir You know just not Go back into that territory. How do you think that your music reflects the things that are happening in the country? The world today and are intentional about referencing but also intentional about not overloading. Yeah I am intentional about exactly referencing. referencing it but not being pointed because they feel like music works well when there is room for the listener. You're to project an take what they want from it. You wrote your memoir girl in a band which is very honest and very open and then you have this record. That is not memoir. But I'm wondering. Can you be more honest or open in an album that you can be in a memoir because people are judging and looking at the facts versus what you're talking about in a song. Can you actually be more emotionally vulnerable more. Open that way Yeah I I think so I also like to use the word you because it can also refer to the audience but other records certainly like body head records. The first somebody had record it wasn't it was so emotional and a lot of people think I was writing about my life but it was also writing about Catherine earn inspired by this French filmmaker Catherine Bernard like specifically the song last mistress. I like her movie but A lot of people. I'm sure took it to be about my life. Kim Gordon's new record is called no home record third. Kim thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me coming up on the frame. The film Atlantiques is both a love story. and Go story.

"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on The Frame

"We talked with one critic about the movies that matter to her then documentary director David Modigliani embedded with federal Rorick during his Texas Senate race. And he found similarities between grassroots politics and his own work as an indie filmmaker documentary film is a lot like a campaign in the sense that you're always sort of building the plane while you're flying it. There is something entrepreneurial. I think an independent filmmaking. That is similar to a campaign, and look at the lasting appeal of the song, California dreaming, all that coming up on the frame. The Cannes film festival wrapped up this past weekend. The awards are out and the reviews are in and Tonio Bandera won best actor for Pedro Malda Vars pain and glory, the first award given to a black female director, went to Mattie, Diop for her film, Atlantiques, and one of the most talked about films, Quentin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood failed to win a single prize. We connected with Elissa, Wilkinson over Skype to get her take. She's a film reporter at FOX that Palmdale winner, which is the top prize at Cannes was Bong, Jun, Ho's parasite long is known for making films that are very much about class warfare. And this one is especially about that. It's kind of a literal is metaphor about class warfare in Korea. There was a film called back route from Brazil, and that one's about poor people into village being targeted by wealthy people. For sport. And they're trying to fight them off. There was a film called Atlantic's, which was the first film actually from a black woman to be in the main competition at Cannes, and that one's really about young Africans who are fighting back against a wealthy developer, whose not paying them for their work. So it was really a festival full of films about vulnerable people trying to figure out ways that they could gain agency. They're a couple very high profile Hollywood films, that were showing the canned film festival. One of them is rocket man, the movie about Elton John directed by Dexter Fletcher, who was the uncreditworthy director who finished bohemian, rhapsody, and then Quinn, turn Tinos film once upon a time in Hollywood. They seem like very different movies. What was your take on rocket man, and Quentin Tarantino's latest film, actually enjoyed both of these films? I think more than I was expecting to going in. I wasn't really sure what to expect about rocket man, I had seen. Some early footage that made it looked like it was going to be quite a different sort of movie from Bohemia rhapsody, which is kind of a straight head bio-pic. This one has more fantastical elements, which I think, really suit the music of Elton. John, I think, has a lot of problems is film. It's somewhat formulaic still in the way it tells Elton John's story. But it it's, it's fun. And I think that the people who see it who are fans of Elton John's music, which innocence, is most people really will come away with a better idea of where he came from and what he's all about. I also have never been a huge fan of Tarantino's movies, most of them, anyhow, but I thought once upon a time in Hollywood was maybe one of his stronger films as a piece of filmmaking. It's really about the golden age of Hollywood about Tarantino's nostalgia for in age, that, you know, has passed I'm Sharon Tate. I mean, the movie you're in this, that's me. I play miss Carlson the class. And it's also an intriguing take on the.

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The Best Movies of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival

The Frame

01:26 min | 2 years ago

The Best Movies of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival

"The Cannes film festival wrapped up this past weekend. The awards are out and the reviews are in and Tonio Bandera won best actor for Pedro Malda Vars pain and glory, the first award given to a black female director, went to Mattie, Diop for her film, Atlantiques, and one of the most talked about films, Quentin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood failed to win a single prize. We connected with Elissa, Wilkinson over Skype to get her take. She's a film reporter at FOX that Palmdale winner, which is the top prize at Cannes was Bong, Jun, Ho's parasite long is known for making films that are very much about class warfare. And this one is especially about that. It's kind of a literal is metaphor about class warfare in Korea. There was a film called back route from Brazil, and that one's about poor people into village being targeted by wealthy people. For sport. And they're trying to fight them off. There was a film called Atlantic's, which was the first film actually from a black woman to be in the main competition at Cannes, and that one's really about young Africans who are fighting back against a wealthy developer, whose not paying them for their work. So it was really a festival full of films about vulnerable people trying to figure out ways that they could gain

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"atlantiques" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"What are the henchmen called? No, oh aqua. People have soldiers atlassian soldier Atlantique soldiers. Don't have it lanting soldier like stick his head in a toilet bowl during seen one. It wasn't funny. It was like such broad humor. But it was like so unearned and then too. I was like we're watching an epic fight scene. Like what? What? And to me, it was just like, oh, I guess you guys are really trying to copy marvel marvel thing, but you failed at it. So now, not only are you failing at it. But like it's like, oh, they're trying to do it Marvel's doing. And I thought we were past this. I thought like stop trying to do them are doing you can't do that. Also, I don't like when marvel like it'd be like some people don't like it when Marwood over does a very sad moment, I'm dying. And it was like, hey, man leash. You ain't gotta pay taxes. I think this movie shows how much better Marshall. Yeah. But I I think the cool thing about this movie was is that. I guess is this time period. Where like, you know, we as you call it. We've always watched these movies, and you're younger that didn't have people cut certainly we never had like a black venturer. What I'm saying? We never had like a black spy is. So to me, this was the closes even though it was like a guy who talks fishes always wanted to be Indiana Jones. And as we have never had a person to call it do that kind of thing in this felt kind of Indiana Jones e. Them like looking for clues, and like the desert the water, the chases, and that kind of stuff it was it was cool to see. I mean that joke about peeing on thing was so stupid as come. Here was the point of Cohen Brian that come on. That's not what you were going to do. Don't do this. A quick break. We had we got a little sponsor today. So before we do that. We'd be we'll be right back. Hey, yo we gotta sponsored today. Oh, yeah. Who is it ever lane? A little kid. Yeah. All right. Listen, would you buy dramas? Would you buy a t-shirt for fifty dollars? If you.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on podnews

"Aaron monkey the creator of law has posted his advice to anyone aiming for podcast success in two thousand nineteen in long Twitter, thread, our favorite, no ten minute. Random small talk mess before the real topic begins. Yes. To that. In an opinion piece. Juillet Atlantique Williams says that twenty nine nineteen should be a year where podcasting battles and east. Coast. Bias listen note, so launch something new and clever. Real time podcast listening the podcast episodes being listened via. Listen notes right now too clever thing there are over two thousand audiobooks on Spotify. Not that you'd know spooks, which we presume Spotify and books is an app, which attempts to find them all for you. You'll find it on Google play. And the apple app store. Imagine that your IRA glass is audio editor we've linked to some detailed mix notes of IRAs. Also, danielle. And Gert van de veteran. Explain how they earn money from podcasting in the latest pod products newsletter. It's in Dutch, and they have five different ways of which podcasting is successful for them podcast. Casto's megaphone has told its customers at the company now has a pass through agreement in place with Spotify which means that dynamic ads and metrics should work within megaphone as they do for other platforms and Spotify will no longer cash. Those podcasts simple cast is in the process of -taining AB certification. They joined vox nest and spreaker megaphone Lipson Omni studio and art nineteen and with blueberry and MPR already having achieved it that's over a quarter of a million dollars that the I has earned so far from certification. And the financial times has written and excited post about twenty eighteen in podcasting which silently languishes behind their pay wall. But one shouldn't underestimate the type of people who read the F T. Thank you today marks Surin hugger moolah. Who is our latest supporter. He writes and podcasts. About podcasts in Danish. You should be like Seren pod. News dot net slash support in podcast musician. Be Beeman is releasing his latest album as a podcast peace of mind is thick with timely, social commentary, and needs the type of unpacking the to deep dive podcast provides it'll be released on January the eighteenth Brisbane-based head over heels is just posted a new mini season for the holiday period task Cam. And audio company has a fortnightly podcast called task Cam talk back and tomorrow will launch a Facebook group for podcasters and Kabul in Afghanistan is the first place, you'd think of somebody mentioned rock music, but it had quite a thriving music scene. Once upon a time live in Kabul is a new four part miniseries with real rock and roll stories.

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Tips from Lore creator Aaron Mahnke

podnews

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Tips from Lore creator Aaron Mahnke

"Aaron monkey the creator of law has posted his advice to anyone aiming for podcast success in two thousand nineteen in long Twitter, thread, our favorite, no ten minute. Random small talk mess before the real topic begins. Yes. To that. In an opinion piece. Juillet Atlantique Williams says that twenty nine nineteen should be a year where podcasting battles and east. Coast. Bias listen note, so launch something new and clever. Real time podcast listening the podcast episodes being listened via. Listen notes right now too clever thing there are over two thousand audiobooks on Spotify. Not that you'd know spooks, which we presume Spotify and books is an app, which attempts to find them all for you. You'll find it on Google play. And the apple app store. Imagine that your IRA glass is audio editor we've linked to some detailed mix notes of IRAs. Also, danielle. And Gert van de veteran. Explain how they earn money from podcasting in the latest pod products newsletter. It's in Dutch, and they have five different ways of which podcasting is successful for them podcast. Casto's megaphone has told its customers at the company now has a pass through agreement in place with Spotify which means that dynamic ads and metrics should work within megaphone as they do for other platforms and Spotify will no longer cash. Those podcasts simple cast is in the process of -taining AB certification. They joined vox nest and spreaker megaphone Lipson Omni studio and art nineteen and with blueberry and MPR already having achieved it that's over a quarter of a million dollars that the I has earned so far from certification. And the financial times has written and excited post about twenty eighteen in podcasting which silently languishes behind their pay wall. But one shouldn't underestimate the type of people who read the F T. Thank you today marks Surin hugger moolah. Who is our latest supporter. He writes and podcasts. About podcasts in Danish. You should be like Seren pod. News dot net slash support in podcast musician. Be Beeman is releasing his latest album as a podcast peace of mind is thick with timely, social commentary, and needs the type of unpacking the to deep dive podcast provides it'll be released on January the eighteenth Brisbane-based head over heels is just posted a new mini season for the holiday period task Cam. And audio company has a fortnightly podcast called task Cam talk back and tomorrow will launch a Facebook group for podcasters and Kabul in Afghanistan is the first place, you'd think of somebody mentioned rock music, but it had quite a thriving music scene. Once upon a time live in Kabul is a new four part miniseries with real rock and roll stories.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Reading this on my phone right now. God ov- weird Al Pacino's gonna play me on Saturday. Waking up. Dogs delays. I've loved it was soaking wet. Bake win pilot, garbage. Roger of Raja. Drifting away is tied to. Classic December low tide. So they had the fight. They lose mirror intervene saves him. Yes. And that's when they go on their quest. Right. She evades the hydro cannons. Of course as one must do then. Then they go to the desert. Right, right. Yes. They have the the do Hickey they play. I wanna just really quick, please. Please exit city in her ship. You realize it's it's it's a it's almost like a here fight right or Spacey ice. What in the ocean is Walsh is under water right now. That's James one big idea. One hundred percent, which I love I really love. These ships and complicated. More expensive to produce onscreen. But at some point we've cut back to black Manta. Yeah. He's around honest and racia- and warms men. Come to him. Yes. Because he he I jacked the submarine on behalf. So you use it in a submarine. False flag attack to give justification to attack the surface world. Intro is so like, your basic. Why is he doing this moment is going to be the first moment that black Manta realizes that see people exist? Commands going to drag him into this world. Wouldn't fact he's been a mole right fighting against humanity the land and another thing though, you're wondering how do people to they call each other on the food to get to crucial? Do they have what do they have as a communication technology? It's like a water hologram tech water forms into or body. Now, this is the body or he's the fucking ocean. Mass similar, no simple. Potty it somewhere like vibe random dust wristwatch thing the Black Panther does. But I think there's a fix actually better. I love it. It's really really cool though because it's like the little pin things. I don't like about it. What I don't like that. It's in color. Sure. I like the thing where they're all like blue tinted. And I don't like him like panther. Which I recently rewatch that it's like the little pin dust thing. And then it just becomes a full color, Dan Guerrero. I agree with you the fact that they turn water blobs into Patrick Wilson's body makes. Asking for years. Anyway, the other thing I love this is they go here's your money. He's like here's your money pays like Doubloon guests, golden Lancien coins. Liquids fucking manteca to do a treasure chest of goal the goal by board. See crime. Fanta throws the gold coins back at things like I don't want that. I want revenge. Right. So like, okay. Do you want like a bunch of weird Atlantique tech? Right. So you're like a pro Bono. Yeah. Black ops human human Atlantique in Justice, see crime, right? So they get a bunch of tech montage of making the black man to sue. This is in the middle of the movie paints. Bring works it. The lasers are so powerful. They split the helmet bigger helmet. Three Oscars flying at the screen during the montage. I actually I think blew my fuck it here. You pull your oh. Is that what I did? You pull yourself out. No minority Benz coming over. Boy. Can you hear me though? Okay. So I'm going to keep doing this. Oh, I hit a button you hit a button hit a button, folks. All right. So, but guess at this point they go to the desert and cover of Africa by TOTO plays, which is pimple. Correct. It is a cover in his by Pippa. They flight unexplained it with a pilot, not not Hicks played pool. Did that saw? I've always TOTO cover. Correct hit bull now. And some lady somebody's TOTO is having a moment. Africa by TOTO is having the best week ever. It's become very Mimi has which is largely because we are covered it. I don't want to. So it's also weird because it's like pit bull covering comedy monks. Monks fucking. No the music in this movie is demented play with a goat. And they both jump after the plane the plane as the desert is like the the SIA the land and the sand is like water the aquaman Arthur is like Santa's dry water. Don't me. Hello. We're supposed to be in the ocean. The sand. Hello..

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"atlantiques" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This is coming out of France. Francis investigating reports of babies born without arms in rural areas. Two dozen babies have been born without hands or arms in a handful of rural area since two thousand after several new cases reported this week. A separate investigation has also been opened into reports that calves and chickens have been born without limbs in the same three Evli agricultural areas. And I know some of you guys were thinking the Simpsons, right? We're Bart Simpson works. I don't know. But two dozen babies without hands or arms now keep in mind that's twenty four since the year two thousand so we're almost looking at a kid a year. But that's still too many for my taste public health agency. Sante public Francais said it had identified expert for it. Said it identified eleven additional cases of babies born with limb deficit between two thousand and two thousand fourteen in the rural department of eastern France near the Swiss border seven cases were already reported there two thousand nine hundred fourteen there have also been malformed births in two departments in western France for more behind Brittany area and late neighboring Lor Atlantique two thousand seventeen thousand eight so what are they thinking over there? Well, maybe it could be a toxin in the food the water or the air health minister Agnes boozing, Toby FM TV that I want to know I think all of France wants to know, it could be an environmental factor. Maybe it is due to what these women ate drank or breathed in. So they still haven't figured it out. So an initial inquiry in early October found the incidence of these limb deficits and the affected regions to be no greater than elsewhere in the country. But now the probe is why did. So they're going to have the health agency sanitation food environment agency, and they are going to have to thoroughly investigate the histories of these families. What they ate what they did. The problem is is what are these people? Remember for the last ten years? So they're hoping to have a full report by next June. Some conclusions are being given a due date by January thirty first, and it was an epidemiologist I revealed the birth defects. He told Reuters that the only thing mothers of the babies have in common is they lived in cereal growing areas amid fields of corn and sunflower. So it's not like they live near a nuclear dump site or anything like that. Now since two thousand fourteen there have been no new cases. But it's still really tragic and frustrating. They're even looking at poultry because some of the chickens were affected. Hospital registry. Show that Lim deficits occur in one point seven of every ten thousand births or one hundred fifty cases per year in France. Now could be because a chromosome disorders, drug exposure, toxic substances. Now back in the nineteen fifties. Some of you are thinking, well, what about the fellow by thalidomide was used? Moms.

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France investigates reports of babies born without arms in rural areas

Dr. Daliah

03:00 min | 2 years ago

France investigates reports of babies born without arms in rural areas

"In rural areas. Two dozen babies have been born without hands or arms in a handful of rural area since two thousand after several new cases reported this week. A separate investigation has also been opened into reports that calves and chickens have been born without limbs in the same three Evli agricultural areas. And I know some of you guys were thinking the Simpsons, right? We're Bart Simpson works. I don't know. But two dozen babies without hands or arms now keep in mind that's twenty four since the year two thousand so we're almost looking at a kid a year. But that's still too many for my taste public health agency. Sante public Francais said it had identified expert for it. Said it identified eleven additional cases of babies born with limb deficit between two thousand and two thousand fourteen in the rural department of eastern France near the Swiss border seven cases were already reported there two thousand nine hundred fourteen there have also been malformed births in two departments in western France for more behind Brittany area and late neighboring Lor Atlantique two thousand seventeen thousand eight so what are they thinking over there? Well, maybe it could be a toxin in the food the water or the air health minister Agnes boozing, Toby FM TV that I want to know I think all of France wants to know, it could be an environmental factor. Maybe it is due to what these women ate drank or breathed in. So they still haven't figured it out. So an initial inquiry in early October found the incidence of these limb deficits and the affected regions to be no greater than elsewhere in the country. But now the probe is why did. So they're going to have the health agency sanitation food environment agency, and they are going to have to thoroughly investigate the histories of these families. What they ate what they did. The problem is is what are these people? Remember for the last ten years? So they're hoping to have a full report by next June. Some conclusions are being given a due date by January thirty first, and it was an epidemiologist I revealed the birth defects. He told Reuters that the only thing mothers of the babies have in common is they lived in cereal growing areas amid fields of corn and sunflower. So it's not like they live near a nuclear dump site or anything like that. Now since two thousand fourteen there have been no new cases. But it's still really tragic and frustrating. They're even looking at poultry because some of the chickens were affected. Hospital registry. Show that Lim deficits occur in one point seven of every ten thousand births or one hundred fifty cases per year in France. Now could be because a chromosome disorders, drug

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"atlantiques" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's the BBC NewsHour on WNYC. Stay tuned coming up in just about nine minutes. It's the Brian Lehrer show today, Brian surveys, the landscape of young voters and Latino voters with less than a week to go before the midterm elections. Plus, a look at whether the president's space force will really happen. That's the Brian Lehrer. Or show coming up at ten. This is James Menendez with news app. Now, the public health agency in France says it's carrying out a nationwide inquiry into an apparent spike in the number of babies born without hands forums or arms. They've been found in three areas of France in eastern, France. And in the western Brittany Atlantique. This marks a turnaround because initially the health authority said the incidences have had no melody were quote, probably down to chance and didn't warrant further investigation. While the alarm was raised by regional medical center in the east Romero that monitors congenital malformations and sheriff there scientific committee geneticists hotel, Elizabeth Nazia joins us on the line. Now. Elizabeth welcome to the program. What made you think something was wrong? Well. Good afternoon. The signal came from GP in this region in a small rural area in central east from and he won the registry about two cases of newborns with limbered action defects, what would transverse name reduction defect and he held its train. And so we talked to. To look at other cases. And finally in two thousand and eleven was the first alarm followed in two thousand fourteen by your second alarm law cases were born we reached seven cases of this very rare malformation in a small area with a seventeen kilometers radius. And this is highly statistically significant and this should have led to a specific inquiry from Republican House. Sorry tease. Just people listening might think that doesn't sound like a very large number. But you say you say that that is a statistical abnormality. Oh, yes. Seven cases of such a ram mation. It's like, let's imagine they are born in a between nine two thousand nine and two thousand fourteen which is five years. Can you imagine that in the small rural school seven and funds are in the same school.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Com to read. James wants very lengthy explanation, but it boils down to this when certain Atlantans come out of the water onto dry land. They end up throwing up water because that's what they're ingesting all the time under the sea. So when you go see a man, you can expect to see at least several scenes or certain actors, including the cul Kidman just throw up some water. So there you have it. I think this is what the EU has been missing the entire time. So I think this is going to be is going to put them over the top. This is finally going to be the film. Everyone gathers around and applaud strictly because it has water vomiting. So p jokes and water vomiting. You know, we'll say like, if you read, James wants explanation for this, it seems like very well thought out of like, you know, how would creatures that live underneath water? You know, when they come out of water, what would happen I? It seems like he put a lot more thought into this than I think most of the other people working in teed DC. Yeah. I mean, all kidding aside, he does have a very detailed explanation. Like I know if I were making aquaman and someone asked me this question, I'd be like, who cares like just just accept it, but he actually put a lot of thought into it. So I appreciate that James watt actually took this very seriously and and put thought into how Atlanta. Atlantans would operate when they come out of the water. I find it funny that he, he thinks he needs to explain that. But then he has this big battle of Rena seen. We're jellyfish or lighting the, you know, huge Atlantique in arena, and there is an octopus playing the drums. It's like, oh, well, that's that's. I mean, scientifically accurate. You don't need that the question. Okay. All those arms. Really needs to explain his Mira's hair like what? What is happening with that color red. It looks so bad. It looks really bad. Okay. We have a few minutes, so let's get into some of the feedback that we've gotten in the mail bag that we've been putting off for a couple of weeks. Now, Lord in wash. Wooster, Massachusetts rates in that we were talking about the girl in the spider's web in the the new titles girl and Spanish web a dragon tattoo.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Me that there's a lot of food out there there's a lot of food close to shore the little Fisher out there because the water is so clean and the sharks are just. Seeking out the food and they want, to, eat and when they bump into a human they, they're not going to eat you certainly a sand shark is not. Gonna eat you when. They're that close, to shore they're not very big so you know the. Big thing is people don't want people to overreact they certainly don't want the. Beaches to be. Closed down, here on fire island I'm not gonna I don't know yeah, you know they have to be careful can't take any chances someone. Get hurt we just. Heard from our, community association that our ocean beaches are open today Seaview. Ocean beach I'm not a big swimmer anyway myself so I like to sit. On the beach A lot less effort a lifeguarded beaches are being. Watched very carefully. Now, out Atlantique, is a lifeguarded beach but. They were baby sharks. We've never had. A big real full grown shark attack on the waters fire island never so. Alice obviously most. People are downplaying this but obviously they're. Not the parents of these two little guys These little sharks, they don't cause any problems they bit they bit the kid Yeah, well I, mean that's what the woman who runs the. Camp said she, goes you know parents, are obviously going to be very careful. And you, know if you, wanna read don't let your, kids in the water you, know don't take, them take them to the playground. Take them to the bay but you know you don't wanna get crazy either it's the middle of the summer shocks. Live in the ocean. That a little education use it as. A teaching moment there's sharks out there. They could bite you Earlier we have about thirty. Seconds left, the governor had said the governor had said, the beaches on fire island, were closed until, further notice but you're saying they're. Open today that's where everybody's telling me out here and they have a local TV station and Islip TV eight or. Whatever and they're saying. The beaches are open All right Alice Dr All. Right, stay safe, house hey you know there's. Just a, little sharks it's, summer knock yourself out showing jaws. The driving. Refund summer. Thanks Alice We have a closing theme. For you.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sports awards world financial markets Asian markets were lower by the closing bell the Nikkei, in Japan down one tenth of a, percent the Hang Seng in Hong Kong down three tenths of a percent you're listening to NPR news This is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard Hake seven zero four sixty seven degrees fair skies right now. In New York City beautiful day. Coming up sunny highs, near eighty degrees there's been a steam. Pipe explosion near the flat iron building this morning of Fifth Avenue in twenty first street this according to the NYPD officials couldn't comment further. On the details but we'll keep an eye on the story as it develops to expect some street closures in that area immigration advocates say about. Three hundred detainees have been moved from, the border to. The Albany county jail in recent weeks Camille, macular of the New York immigration coalition says it appears. They were rushed to New York to make more space for families. In detention centers down south These individual arriving at the Albany county, Joe incredibly disoriented for the most part we've been having to draw Matt's passing United States to explain to them where they are they have no people work Macular says and arrangements with the Albany. County sheriff has enabled immigrant groups to organize hundreds of volunteer attorneys and interpreters for the. Detainees some are trying to connect with family members but. She says these, detainees were not separated, from children Motte haven residents are speaking out against the new jail proposed for the South Bronx neighborhood it will be the third. Detention center in the area Michael Johnson co founder of the organization South Bronx unites as the funding to build the jail will be better spent on the people who live in the neighborhood night even equivalent of income or revenue is being put, into sustaining increasing. Quality of life and educational in income outcomes of our of our residents Johnson spoke on the Brian Lehrer show the cities announced it also intends to build. Or expand in Manhattan Brooklyn and queens the New York. City council unanimously passed a Bill requiring Airbnb to disclose the names and addresses of hosts who list, their homes as. WNYC's Ilya marritz reports, it could be a major tool kit for the city the basis of the enforcement system. In New York City is Complaint driven system where. Neighbors hear loud noises or they see a, lot of suitcases in the hallway and they call to. Complain and that eventually gets kicked up to the office of special enforcement and they do. Inspections upon inspections upon inspections what this Bill would do. Is basically hand, a lot of really, useful information to the enforcement agencies without them having to do all those inspections it could really turbocharged their efforts to crack down. On illegal rentals Airbnb says the Bill could leave New Yorkers vulnerable to unchecked aggressive harassment and privacy violations some beaches along the south shore of Long Island are closed after some children were possibly bitten by sharks Suffolk County police say they received, separate reports of. People bitten off the coast to beaches a thirteen year old boy was bitten while bodyboarding off Atlantique on fire island spokesperson for the fire island national seashore. Which runs sailors haven which is about four and a. Half miles farther east around the sunken forests as a twelve Year old girl was bitten while, waiting but it was,.

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"atlantiques" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on WTVN

"You here's shark pike, stories usually Florida Caribbean people indication maybe things like that but not New York, yesterday though to authorities, investigating a thirteen year old boy twelve year old girl both who suffered injuries in the waters off. Fire island, were victims of shark attacks shortly before noon yesterday girl bitten while waiting in the water. At a beach known as sailors haven on fire island it's. A barrier beach off, the, south shore of Long Island soon after that attack boy bitten while boogie boarding in, the waters off, another fire island beach known, as Atlantique the, two, beaches a couple of miles apart but. They're saying yeah. Looks like both were bitten by sharks that's pretty crazy I daughter White House adviser Ivanka Trump announcing in a call with reporters that the president today will sign an executive order aimed. At addressing the skills gap challenge in the American workforce it's going to create an advisory council to. Identify issues. And create a public private hub for Ovation twelve. Young soccer players. In their coach rescued from Thai cave said they never gave up hope of being found alive and even at times dug into a rocky wall believing they might be able to tunnel. Out that from some of the press conference yesterday the boys finally did get to go home Take for instance a young man named Shannon He, got to. His house his sister his relatives swarmed him. They hugged him and. Kissed, him. And mail I totally understand that totally totally totally speaking at, the Aspen security forum last evening. FBI director Chris Wray made it pretty clear he. Backs the intelligence communities assessment that Russia did in. Fact medal in the two thousand sixteen election he reiterated reiterated view that the special. Counsel's, investigation is not a witch-hunt Maria Boutin ah the alleged Russian agent arrested in the US appeared in court yesterday she pled not guilty to charges that she's a covert Russian. Agent who gathered intelligence on the American politics she was ordered held that pending trial after the judge found that she was a flight risk court filing ledges Boutin offered sex in exchange. For a position within a special interest organization it was part of a bid to gain. Access, and make, contacts in American political circles Wow it just I just flashed on red Sparrow you see that movie Jennifer Lawrence I mean just as soon as I well that was. Weird so, anyway I guess maybe real life that kind of, stuff is actually happening you know we've got a big event coming up next month. The inaugural fidora bowl in a nutshell, to continue the fight that coach Bruce, started he and his wife have the gene Bruce Alzheimer's research fund at Ohio State and, we're just gonna keep adding money to that. Because we believe in what coach, saw which was the. End of a terrible disease so if, you wanna learn more. Maybe buy your tickets you. Can, do that today at six ten WTVN dot..

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"atlantiques" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"atlantiques" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Its parent company alphabet daily worldwide, earnings. For NPR news I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels mostly gained ground. Today and into uptick in financial and industrial companies the Dow was up seventy nine points the NASDAQ closed down. With just, a fraction this, is NPR CR this is WNYC in. New York, I'm Lance lucky the New York City council has passed a Bill mandating free domestic phone calls. For people incarcerated in city jails. Like Rikers island the. Bill also, bans the city from making money from those calls the city currently charges as much as twenty five cents per minute for. Inmates to talk on the phone the department of correction collects five million dollars a, year from those calls and the contractor who provides phone service made almost three million dollars last year the Bill now goes to mayor de Blasio's desk for his signature New York. City officials have ruled against efforts to prevent a controversial development on Manhattan's Upper West side. The city's board of standards and appeals gave the green light yesterday for six hundred sixty eight foot apartment. Tower at Amsterdam avenue sixty, ninth street opponents challenged the development arguing that developers gerrymander zoning lot. To unfairly obtain air rights Joe Newdow. Covers residential real estate for cranes he says. Opponents are also Concerned about quality of life in this case the building's going to be very tall maybe we'll block some, views and maybe. We'll block some light near for some people and there'll be more people in the neighborhood a nudist says the board won't allow similar gerrymandered lots in the future opponents of. The tower including Manhattan borough president Gail brewer say they will sue authorities say two children have been bitten in waters off fire island impossible. Shark attacks. Prompting beach closing succeeding to Newsday police are investigating two incidents today off sailors haven and and and Atlantique beaches a thirteen year old boy and a twelve year old. Girl both suffered minor leg wounds sixty six.

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