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Podchaser lands seed funding of $1.65 million

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Podchaser lands seed funding of $1.65 million

"I'm very excited to report this story. If you've been listening to feedback with ear buds for awhile you know that we love love pod chaser. Here goes pod chaser which is creating an IMDB like database for podcasters and fans has announced one point six five million dollars in seed funding from investors including High Alpha capital and Hyde Park venture partners in a blog. Post High Alpha explained their decision to invest in the company quote our investment in Pod chaser reflects not only our belief that podcasting is a medium well suited to the twenty first century. But also our belief in Bradley Cole Ben Ryan and and the whole team at Pod chaser end quote. You can check out. POD chaser and create a user profile at Pod chaser dot com

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"So there's a whole load involved and what the Malaysian anti corruption commission has said today is they are seeking to get back, something like five billion dollars, which shows the scale of the corruption to start with, and if they did get the money back. That would be great news for Malaysian people. You know, the, the development Bank was supposed to improve that, you know, the economy, grow the economy, and that will reward the ordinary Malaysian people. So, so this would be a good thing. They haven't recovered much yet they recovered about one hundred million quid. The US department of Justice has begun returning some cash to the, the Malaysian authorities about two hundred million dollars. But, you know, I wonder if they'll be able to get all of that back. It would be it would be great, if they did for Malaysians, but that's an awful lot of money. And they're an awful lot of tax havens, regulatory havens around the world, which would stash the. Cash, and as we know from plenty of investigative journalists is very, very difficult to get these. You know, we, we these tax aids to open up about the money that they look after. Absolutely. Let's crypto currency now because Facebook has said that it's not it's own cryptocurrency Connie has something to sail. Not. So this is the governor of the Bank of England this speech last night. And first of all, it shows quite how far the Bank of England has evolved really under Mark Carney. The Canadian ex Goldman Sachs banker sort of it says quarter, a lot about how it's volved onto him that we've got sort of fussy old fashioned Bank of England engaging in the modern world engaging talk about crypto currencies the official launch Facebook can and leaper the it was only a few days ago. I mean I is a couple of things. If you're a central banker as Connie is now at the Bank of England if you're a central Bank, you don't like cryptocurrencies, because you don't control them central bankers control currencies to interest rates through making money available through the banking system. So that's the first thing this is this is why they also attractive to many people because they're not controlled by central banks. So in a way he sort of his said, could cut costs for people it banking it could improve financial inclusion, but at the same time, there was a big warning to Facebook shorter cough, the bowel, basically, if you think you are going to benefit from the unregulated, free fool the, the is in social media. You're not this is the world of banking and money and finance is not unregulated way will be working with you to ensure this can work Louis. Thank you very much indeed. That's Louise Cooper. This is the globalist on monocle twenty four and finally today, we look ahead to one of Southeast Asia's, most important summits taking place this weekend leaders. Oh, be associated of southeast Asian nations, or as Ian will gather in Bangkok this weekend with an agenda that reaches far beyond the ten member nations borders. The two key issues plastics in the ocean and regional trade delegates are expected to commit to reducing plastic waste and halting the flow of rubbish into the same, but it's unclear how they'll deliver them. Given the recent surge in the region's imports of electronic waste and other throwaways from wealthy countries as eons hope of mobilizing sixteen Asia Pacific nations for a trade pact. Covering thirty percent of global commas also faces hurdles if the blocks members split over the ongoing U S China trade wool things could get interesting. And that was Ben Ryan with the view from the monocle minute their heads a medical dot com slash minutes to sign up for our daily agenda-setting bulletin current affairs, smart business design culture, and more. And that's all for today's program, thanks to produces Marcus hippy. And Tom whole research is definitely it's Nick money's stadium. Managing Kenya scarlet with editing insistence from miles bloom, som after the headlines move music on the way the briefing live at midday, in London. I'm not Godwin the globalist. We'll be back at the same time on Monday. Thank you, Phil listening.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Car Talk

"Million is short one eight eight. Five five that's run cards. Yeah. This is Brian from bend, Oregon. Hey, Brian was no Brian from Ben Ben Ryan been Doran. What's up Bri? I've got a dilemma I have two different ways to drive to work. One way is up takes about ten miles. I go through five traffic lights, the busy traffic and that way takes about twenty minutes. I have this other way to drive to work, which is about seven miles. No traffic lights. It's on a deserted set of roads. In one of the road stretches. The roads is a dirty mud to ride. The roads about a mile with Philip potholes, mud hose wash boards and a single Laney. Need a four wheel drive vehicle. Yeah. The difference between the two routes is about five minutes. If I take the short route that's five minutes faster, and they're in a much more scenic way to go, my wife, drives the long way, and I drive this short way. She she also has a sport utility. We have to sport utility vehicles minds eighty five Land Cruiser, and I'm wondering what damage if any of my. Causing to my car by going twenty to thirty miles an hour on very rough road. Do you take this road every day every day and does your wife take take the other one every day? She takes what an awesome opportunity for research. See I would I would run out be eligible for grants..

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Just picks it up is it back for Petri in the Canadian zone. We are back now to five on five. Still no score scoring the game Canadians. Get a goal wiped out due to an offside challenged by the lightning Riley to center ice pumps it in. That's love ski will leave it for headman by the lightning net. We got six forty five left in the second. Here's strong enough to feed right wing. It is kucherov across the balloon right circle. Who drove into the right corner keeps moving for point by point loses. Ben Ryan Gallagher to center ice Denno across the blue line left circle. He gets checked by Cherniak Chernick Chernick pursues the puck behind the net. And he wins it for Brayden point. Gored off his stick. It's going to be held in band. But he lost it back to point point muscles that out to center ice well done with that. Oh, right on his tail point across the Montreal line to the left circle rate in point cross as kucherov arts circle shot blocked by Ben mcdonagh's center point right circle cooter. I'll deflected off his stick gourd follows up in the right corner. With six minutes left in the second Gort corner coup drop back for Gord right circle. So knuckleball to kucherov right circle kucherov wins it veers high slot left circle feed to stamp goes on the ice shot it over the net. Rebound right point Girardi goes back to kucherov left circle who makes a move left corner. Goo drop et cetera. Feed deflects through the low slot for shy. Couldn't clear Elden. Stamkos right point. No score in the second, right circle. Kucherov back for stamkos left circle. He peddles backup point stamkos centerpoint folds shoot save price. And he holds on. There you go again, given a rough ride in front and guess who it is. Shot again, five twenty eight left in the second. No score. Lightning radio..

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"I'm just looking at my online music account here, and I can see since I I heard that song only about three days ago. I've played it fourteen times. I it's a fantastic track and well-done Australia, and how you visions disowned this song feels almost like a tribute for all the former revision winners, you know. And even the look I mean, I think trailer is getting it. How you send contestant to the event? I am a big fan. And we have to remind listeners that you know, when Trey was decide if there was about ten contestants and we predicted that is the win. Yeah. I think we were on we we had a really say bed because I had a quick look at Twitter oughta we'd done that show and Endo, and I mean, strain Twitter was basically on file with much enthusiasm behind Kate Mila Heike song that was sung that she wrote. She said about who battle with post-natal depression. And even though it's such an. Uplifting. Beautiful song. If you listen to the lyrics. You can hear that she's really going on a journey with this song. And she's talking about how the depression is so heavy and the ideas that she's going with zero gravity. So she can finally be free. And it does have a feeling of such uplifting. Freedom no surprises at all that that was a very bold choice to take us to Eurasian. Do you think that it could possibly take the whole proun- itself? Yes. I do. I have to think my mood would be great competition for her from the ones. No, listen band. Still plenty of two rows of ink. We need another update in a few weeks time. But I think mood end, you know, and Kate Miller do will be one of two of the favorites. Yeah. My money will be on Kate Milad Kiba Mahmoud is going to be some pretty stiff competition, and as you say plenty most if competition as well, so watch this space, Ben Ryan and Monica's year vision correspondent financial Gusta Cheka. We will be watching. Thanks to them. Both that's wolf this program. Thanks also to Dunya bait such as page rentals. Rory Jake stadium on today was Christine evidence. The globe is will return the same time tomorrow, and I'll be hit then to I'm Joe Gina golden. Thank you, Philip..

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"They may have a new ham or whatever. But the idea is that there is so much invasion taking place at the moments that motivation is going to be a very inspirational events. Yeah. Just going to be stuffing yourself and drinking. I was saying trying not to it. But you remember from previous experience when I got back to the London I didn't crave for a Barikot ham for a few weeks where you Dougie bag. I promise you if you went about the Wednesday with a black bag. That's for you. Listen to is is before you go. We get their tool because matured is in the middle of the taxi strike. I don't know is no white happens when I'm here. But it's a it's ex over sexy striking now, maybe they can per about supposedly. That's no the recommended option because drivers are on strike and Uber is the reason to ride sharing services. So so they made a deal in Barcelona in Barcelona. It was agreed that you can't Palin rebel. You can't get it straight away. You have to reorder it at least fifty minutes before. But it seems that Madrid's tax drivers on not happy with this suggestion either. So therefore. I'm going to be using the public zero sports more underground in my bus at least twenty to nibble on the way, Marcus. Thank you very much for coming onto. And of course, our listeners can hear more about this on unusual next week. That is true on Friday already this week actually on Friday as noisy in hundred London time, very that's twenty hundred here in measurement. Thank you very much teeth. That's Marcus hippy said she chain into the menu for more on that as he says on Friday, and of course, Marcus, I think will be giving us regular check ins from the event that's Madrid fusion the biggest culinary event in the world that kicks off as he says in around about an hour's time we'll be expecting regular check ins from him on various programs during the week culminating with his special on the menu on Friday, and that's all for today's Parker. Thanks to producer. Daniel bauge. Our research just page Reynolds. Marianna aggressor monthly mainly Evans and our studio manager today was David Stevens. After the headlines, there's music on the way. And I think Ben Ryan will be in the studio to give us the continental shift. The briefing is live at midday in London will pick up on some of the big current events happening today. And I'm alive them further. And then of course, shot programming and music continue for the rest of the Elton. I'm Tina, Gordon, our return on the globalist at the same time tomorrow. Thank you for listening..

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"And of course, it was it was designed to be this final grace note joke at the end of the first back to the future movie. And now here we are. And so, you know, I had no idea that that was going to happen. But here we are. And that was Robertson. Ikea speaking. To Ben Ryan, and you can hear the full interview in this weekend's edition of the Monica weekly. Welcome Simone is in cinemas unease day. Time for quick look business now with the financial analyst Louise Kupa new as we've been talking about the shutdown of gut. We can just how shocking that is. But of course, it must have had an enormous economic impact. Yes. A first of all isn't going to be good. Forget we can't pull because you know, some airlines may well choose to go to other other airports. And in fact, that's exactly what we've seen. We've seen Ryan essay Juno all our flights. That were supposed to be getting from Gatwick. We're going to take them out to stem said straightaway. Gatwick apple is going to lose a lot of landing fees in terms of passengers. I mean, there's one hundred twenty thousand passengers affected. The question is can they claim compensation now sobbed -ly they probably can't because the drone flight apparently deliberate at act to disrupt the airport, and that means is out of the airlines control. It's an extraordinarily s circumstance according to the civil aviation authority therefore ally. Are not obligated to pay financial compensation to passengers now. They may still get things like meals or refreshments, or a hotel mites. Transmits they may get that by cost back, but in terms of compensation, sadly, not the big picture though. Because of course, it's not just British people flying out of got wickets, you know, people from around the world is an although this has happened to other apple absolutely a drone attack has happened to other apple and only a couple of weeks ago a drone flew into an airplane above seventy seven. Did it quite a lot of damage? So these has happened before but not quite this level of disruption. And what sort of does is send a message around the world that the UK really isn't capable of dealing with this because we got the place we've got the civil aviation authority. We've got the apple and we've even got the ministry, and I won't come up with a solution by flights all now taking off from Gatwick in the law foul, so so they sort of. Sends a message to the world that the u k with it's now to be it may be the case lots of other countries and some other apples all the way around the world can't deal with it. Doesn't sound great message about the UK at a time when we desperately need tourist dollars. We've got the all uncertainty of Brexit UK's regard to slightly closing its doors. This is not what the UK needs an quick minute. Now just to have an Emmanuel Macron and being sentenced little helper. Yes. This is the French president under great political pressure trying to reform the the French economy, which frankly hasn't been particularly it's been pretty stagnant for many many years, and he also businesses one of the things when the yellow vest. Protesters attacked him was wage growth, and the the the lack of wage growth, which frankly is a problem in many many countries. It's not just France..

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Cannabis in Canada: Who wins and who loses under new law

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Cannabis in Canada: Who wins and who loses under new law

"Job must have picked up. Quite an exciting time to be cannabis lawyer in Canada, though I suspect that you to like the dogs will be finding less work coming. You away what's happening. Well, we'll see what happens. There are forty five offenses in the new cannabis act. So I imagine there will still be worked for criminal lawyers with respect to drug sniffing dogs. I would say that these dogs it was they were never a big deal and never a big part of Canadian policing. You'll see them at the border. So these are these. These dogs will actually be out of work, come legalization in Canada, although their role was limited to begin with. Limited, but this was a job for life. If you're a Canadian sniffer Doke because from from what from from this time of being a pup, you'll knows was trained to track cannabis. Yeah, and it. It can bring issues with respect to reasonable grounds. So if an officer believes you have cannabis that's actually lawful, it's lawful to carry up to thirty grams of cannabis on your person. So sniffer dog detects lawful cannabis, but then the officer finds something that's not cannabis, but is he legal Imogen? There will be challenges in court. So that could be the reason why the are taking sniffer dogs into retirement in some police forces across Canada. So there's no possibility. I'm no dog training expert at, but is it possible to their? I teach an old kind of sniffing dog new tricks. From from what I've read. That's that's not possible. Once they've discovered the smell of cannabis, they know what it is. So certainly having them on on staff could present some problems, some court challenges if someone is charged with another offense and what led to that was reasonable grounds to believe the personnel cannabis and cannabis is legal. That's going to bring some issues into the court could be simply a dog thinks it's suppose cannabis. The individually stopped in such dilemma for whatever reason, enough evidence of another crime images does that affect Tivoli, throw the judicial process out of the window simply because this pull Doug smelt something that he or she shouldn't have done. Sure. So it doesn't automatically take the evidence out of the case as it would in the United States, but you can file a motion to have the evidence scrapped from the case and not say decision that the judge will make taking into account different factors, including whether it would bring the Justice, the system of Justice into disrepute, if the evidence was not allowed in Jordan cannabis lawyer, thank you for joining us a man like to be quite busy in the next few weeks. That's all we have time for today's edition of the monocle daily. Thanks. Ben Ryan for such had a jury and Muffin LeBron student manager Bill Lucci globalises here in eight hours time. Gina Goldman is your heist that the monocle data Britan's at the same time tomorrow. Join me for that if you can. But for now for me MLK goodbye. Thank you very much for listening.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And I've been in there a couple of times and she's told me the woman who runs that that the most popular person that she's asked about in the Steve McQueen say, even though Steve McQueen doesn't, he didn't actually make that many films that would consider today to be among the most classic of ole films, but this something about these liberty and the legacy of Steve McQueen that has made him into an everlasting figure of cinema, I suppose the person you won't or the image you won't in your living room. You know, the kind of Clint Eastwood's of the Steve mcqueen's all the heroes, the. The sexy heroes that the double-o sevens, which actually give you something to aspire to as opposed to a another dinosaur, or you know, faces flushing out to the missed. But remember what we said earlier about the post, not necessarily representing the film itself, and I think that's an important part of this because even with all of those JAMES BOND film posters, they don't necessarily hawk back to the actual film. You may love so many of the posters eines of JAMES BOND without necessarily falling in love with all of those movies and mortaring them over and over again. That's definitely the case with Steve McQueen. A lot of people at their will have the post a full bullet hanging up on they will. They may not go back and watch the film once a year, but that piece of design really exists onto itself because that's how the aunt foam should be. This is this is a type of odd. We should appreciate it that way, Ben Ryan. Thank you very much. Indeed, still to come on the program. We review the day's newspapers in New Zealand and financial Agatha shack will take a somewhere in the world for this week's global countdown plus says. Happy birthday, Madonna, you're listening to the daily with me. Minoso stay tuned. This week, our award winning current affairs program, the foreign desk per Cuba's new leader. Miguel Diaz kennel his victory Mathoma Susan on repressors University.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Basically, they are already emulating the exact same model that had old Hollywood really propped up and made it bulletproof. It's already happening now. It happens already all Ghibli insofar as the number of big cinema makers now is so small. Now, the little lots and lots of small production houses have been swallowed up by the big base anyway is actually a need for this lowers it's just happened organically. Anyway. I do think that's what they're going to find out. So so the the plan here for the Justice department is that they're going to have a period of consultation. So various different stakeholders will be able to have their voices heard. And I think quite clearly, you're going to have people from these companies. He basically telling the government that this Lori is old fashioned that has. No place in in today's in today's marketplace. And it doesn't make any sense for something like Warner Brothers and universal to be governed under this law from nineteen forty eight, the underpinnings of which actually stretched way back to a lull from eighteen ninety. That's how far back in history where talking here it doesn't make any sense for them to be governed by this and for other companies that have just been shooting through the roof, Netflix and Amazon and all the rest of them for them to be able to just go about their business on Turbe by any sort of legal ramifications. Thank you very much indeed. Does what we have time for today. Thanks, our producer Ben Ryan are such as page Reynolds and Julia Webster and city manager. David Stevens after the headlines as more music on the way financial ago. Sipa checker is in charge. Get your disco shoes on for for me MLC goodbye. Thanks listening. Have a great week.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"For a visit. Today, accused of superhero fans, books of his perhaps surpassed by the keys of superhero films and their inevitable universe building offspring to match. But it wasn't always the case, long game of trying to create Honi world with like sprinkling of credibility rather than just one of cinematic events is relatively new concept, and it could certainly be argued that Christopher Nolan's dark Knight trilogy a reimagining of Batman with a grim tone and some brutal realism helped to set that modern template. The night film is ten years old this year, and recently multiples Ben Ryan met its production design. Nathan Crowley who's also helped create the look of such hits as interstellar and Dunkirk. They spoke about how the night's approach to the Cape crusader spoon tributes tent poles and copycats. You know who I am. Your friendly neighborhood, Spiderman misery, misery, misery. That's what you've chosen. I, uh, for new friendship, new spat in my face. How many times has man being adapted full? The big screen three, maybe four times the answer eleven times in twenty eighteen coming book. Movies have carved out their very own genre, and it's a lucrative one since the premise of iron man kicked off the marvel cinematic universe in two thousand and eight. That studio has raked in more than twelve billion dollars in box office takings back in two thousand and five. However, things were a little bit different. One, brothers, Batman franchise had been laying dormant since nineteen ninety seven. When George Clooney's stand put a freeze on any future films, everyone..

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"The voice of prince charming in the short films and now taking on the role of writer director and star of the new film the happy prince monaco's ben ryan admits him recently to talk about is on has been intelligence which as me that using almost is highly of the play never this friend of yours oscar wilde uses chris definitely planned to be famous first of all i decided i was judy andrew's daughter after i saw mary poppins that windham for bit then i stopped and then when i started acting in the school plays i built myself addressing room on the fire escape which had weeks stans makeup table mirror with bulbs rounded telegrams from famous people saying have good luck downing your intestine to telephones pick up and talk to asians in italy and stuff like that and actually was pretty accurate really and people come up to my dressing room and obviously everyone else in the school thought i was insane and then the master who's in charge of fire self health and safety dismantle this because it was on the fire escape so i was with the rest of them what did you wanna be famous even back then what did you think being famous was just being very glamorous and knowing rudolph nuryev and margot fontaine and was much smaller and of much more humble ready than today's idea fame being in hollywood and starring julie andrews as we all i really thought about being in a film julia andrews aside from julie andrews who were the the famous people that you were thinking back than who you idolizing with the people that made you think this is something i not only want but could possibly have would you andrews just julie i i don't the person's bit tragic but yet i really just julie then a little bit later my at about the age of fourteen when i went to a bigger school we started seeing other things and i then so franken released romeo and juliet and that kind of really determine my head to partly because i love the way looked in the old days in england every saturday and sunday there were old movies then i discovered bette davis asia fourteen and a half just as puberty was coming on and that was.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"At and t dealer and saying okay we're going to have a really good go at twenty twenty first century folks now and then we again took about this entire infrastructure plus televisa media foam becoming won't again and then what we're going to end up with how many players is it we're going to end up with we'll this we are definitely going to have less but those plays that will be there will be much much bigger than we've known for for a long time this is an unprecedented of course netflix and amazon a famous for being able to control their product run down to the moment it hits you in your living room that's what everyone wants and i think in the pas de like this would have been blocked the justice department wanted it to be blocked on the grounds that it would limit competition that's just not an argument anymore because we've had these net flicks and these amazon companies come along and they would take nology companies essentially in the case of amazon they certainly were and they've just decided one day oh we're going to be an entertainment company this not really much anyone can do to stop that and what's interesting to me is that in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties we had a legal case that actually outlawed the exact business model wasting now entertainment companies also owned distribution methods that was already outlawed back in that that lawsuit and yet he we are in that exact position that they tried to stop this is the new reality i mean look it's been going on for too long now you can't you can't reverse ola going to have to do now is sit here and wonder what it will do will it will it create entertainment and an brand new age that's good for consumers all limit everything i don't think anyone knows ben ryan thank you very much joining in the studio that so we have time for today's edition of the daily thanks producer ben ryan and okay in chile is definitely counties is unlimited or commotto australia manages david stevens and kenya scarlet the globalist is here in asia time the medical daily returns at the same time tomorrow hope you can join me for that but for now from me eminent goodbye thank you very much.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Of our time together yawn the business you had to make the rules yeah okay i you and i've asked they disagree on that because in this case i don't think it's about a rule like show up for practice in the morning this is a very nuanced and complex discussion about how do we alleviate the pain that our employees and teammates and and players are going through in an age when our sport is being criticized left and right for things that are much more difficult to fix right you're changing all of the rules of the game in order to help along with stuff like c t e ben ryan shazier injuries and potential life changing injuries and you're you're you're willing to change rules for that which i agree with and think is necessary but also think about the ways in which the everyday aches and pains and lifelong challenges that are faced by these players could be alleviated by something as simple as saying this is no longer priority when we test they don't test for h g h right they've they've already decided that they're going to pick their battles when it comes to perform enhancers easier but easier to pick your battles on new drugs than to change your existing battles in the in the in the quarter perception right and that's part of that gets the fans and so we'll get to that next is it the reaction of fans that's keeping marijuana from being used medicinally in the nfl are they worried about the fingerwagging fans who have not evolved where a lot of others have on the issue of medical marijuana and is it worth it then to restrict what their players from it if it's for the sake of fans we'll get your opinions eight say espn eight seven to nine three seven seven six spain and fitz on espn radio spain and fits what exactly is the nfl thinking when they decide to continue not wanting to advance discussions on medical marijuana for its players.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Treat just new get along the time is approaching one nineteen in chicago seven nineteen here in london all this week in the globalist looking at the politics of culture on the small screen from the classic sitcom for months to the weekly drama will in today's first installment mongols ben ryan examines how ideas of what makes a perfect tv family can jump off the screen and into reallife political debates remember the good old days when the clock struck five dad would jump inside the station wagon and make he's way home when mom was busy in the kitchen putting the finishing touches on a delicious yet you tristesse family meal for everything here helped around my kitchen everything in its place it sounds like a coney throwback to the old american ideal of the nineteen fifties the kind of perfect nuclear family personified by sitcoms such as father knows best where are the children cabbies next door but he's already meeting and buds upstairs i can use it in her book the way we never were american families published in nineteen ninetytwo author stephanie coons argued that this perceived golden age of post war suburban bliss is in many ways an illusion of nostalgia kunz found that from around the end of the nineteen forties up to the end of the nineteen sixties rights of poverty child abuse marital unhappiness and domestic violence were actually higher than they were in the nineteen nineties but evidence aside when it comes to politics perception is k i think of the phrase family values as one has has deep political resonance particularly on the political right jeffrey how would is electra in political theory that university college london charitably you might think the phrase is used to describe a certain ideal of what a good family looks like and.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"I think what we saying now with this retail rene zones as you put it is that they release a place full retailers that are willing to do what they do very very well but i suppose another challenge might be that if for instance you are successful at creating a small independent retailer and then different locations of the same retailers dot being other places you can run that risk of becoming a bit too ubiquitous and people start to see the small retailer something that's just a bit too common and i suppose sometimes you might lose that sheen of individuality how do you tackle that sort of paradox that way you won't be successful in open up different locations but at the same time you want to maintain that element of individuality each verse stores have a similar program bookstore cafe machine each one of them will be tailored to the local market they'll have reflect the local architecture that we're flective kind of the culture of the area it will feel like it's another chain store going to your right that you do that it begins a dented the notion of what it means to be a small independent bookstore we also with our technology have the ability to have local authors come in and write their own books they could self publish children can come in local schools could on previous their own books we have we haven't have now where child could put their name of the book all of them's about being a community offerings of the local being special sawai do think it do is absolutely possible to get the benefits of the comedies of scale by grow heavy multiple stores i also think with our technology with our merchandising approach that you can't be very local you can't thread that the day nella their chief executive of the book retentive shakespeare and company speaking to monaco's ben ryan and our series on slow media concludes on tomorrow's edition of the globalist.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Britain to stick squarely in the world of arts now and bring you a sample from episode nine of action it's a little brother of the cinemas show hosted by ben ryan and tom now you might wonder how the art world speaks to the cinema world but if you saw the on film sky fall has seen a dramatic seeing that took place it was shot in front of the fighting timor morad one of jw turn as most celebrated works and up in rhode island the cinema show maestro wondered over to the national gallery of course where that picture hangs to talk to his deputy director susan foister i think the immediate thing you see is an enormous expense of sky and this slowing sunset the sun is disappearing on the right hand side of the painting and you get a social vortex affect your eyes drawn into the distance by the reflection not just the song in the sky this fact of orange and yellow gloving sky but also across the water and then on the left hand side of the picture all two ships and there's a white house which is the timor air and then in front of it is a black tugboat with a long funnel and far is coming from the funnel which matches the fiery colors of the sunset on the right and the fact that we're actually watching a sunset in the background here that sort of a it hints at what else is being depicted in the picture doesn't it well what we know about the temer rare is tim this painting was made in 1830 eight turner was inspired by a real event the camera was a ship which had fought in the napoleonic wars the battle of trafalgar and is now reach the end of its useful life and was being broken up this is at the end of its life.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on WCHS

"The army navy and airforce football teams are all doing in saying fulltime and quit roberts is joining us to talk about that welcome aboard quit hey daddy good to be with you big we fought air force and army yeah it's a big week this week the last week army and navy were just took some time off to goof off right near phony air force had to get out there and play but they won big right they did danny i pay air force suited up against the colorado state ramp to end we're able to prevail uh forty five to twenty eight in fort collins colorado in worth mimic quarterback through a fifty six shark touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter and papenburg outscore quite uh as air forces rushing a pack kept colorado spates highpowered offense grounded and a 45 to twenty eight a win over the colorado state ramp uh in fort collins colorado airports opened the scoring uh but colorado state care back in an tied it up and went ahead fourteen the seven at the half however air force had taken the lead whipping shaquille for rain thirty yard pick fake interception were confort touchdown uh as air force went up twenty eight twenty one after half moving into the third our quarter both teams it added on my bed air force was able to uh get a field goal colorado state of touchdown going into the fourth quarter it was tight thirty one to twenty eight but ben ryan ref it caught that 56 sharp path from area worth men uh and then workman added on another kutcher style with three minutes left to go in a game for the final score 45 28 uh a good way unfair forest when we look at it they dominate at the time of possession forty one minutes to thirty eight in a out two gamed uh colorado state four hundred seventy seven yards 435 but i always talk about the turnover steady and colorado state committed three air force want to air force one the colonel were game and the total total law fan in terms of the stats and where they were able to prevail uh 45 to 28 you know it's about time serves academy team won by more than three or four points so air force leading the way on that two out a good point then he estimates anti.

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"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"ben ryan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Snow man in is actually the seventh book in the series charting the troubled career of all this brilliant but troubled detective played hit by the excellent michael suspend the film picks up the story during norway's hunt fritz first serial killer in this preview of today's edition at the cinema show monaco's ben ryan sits down with the film's director thomas alfredson i tried to avoid films in general i don't watch a lot of films and especially from a professional point of view i try to find inspiration from other things but i'm swedish and the film is set in norway and for me it was what's typically norwegian and what is there pilots and how does things look there and even if foreigners or people from the rest of the word think that the scandinavian countries are the same thing it's for us swedes norway is we don't know exactly how things look or what's typically norwegian it's as exotic as it might be for you so for me it was really interesting to try to get into the norwegian dna of aesthetics and light and sound smells and food and what have you forest swedish filmaker than at what are the steps that you take to try and get into that sort of mind said because i think another interesting factor about the film is that it has a very interesting sense of place and of course the city of oslo runs very very rich through all of the books as well how did you get yourself into the sort of pallid will you felt comfortable creating your image on the screen while i spend a lot of time just walking so i went there many many times just walking around.

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