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Explorando el Instante con Camila Ibarra

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:19 min | 2 months ago

Explorando el Instante con Camila Ibarra

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California Latinos hit hardest by coronavirus

NBC Nightly News

02:40 min | 3 months ago

California Latinos hit hardest by coronavirus

"Back now with the group hardest. Hit by covid latinos in california. They make up. Nearly half of all deaths gotti short says more in tonight's inequality in america. Okay it's the start of the night shift in one of the areas in la hardest hit by covid nineteen and christiane say is just beginning. His rounds not come on whether christian grew up in this predominantly latino neighborhood what he sees happening to his community. Every night is overwhelming blue. That means that a patient is in cardiopulmonary arrest. This patient to now has had heart stopped the total of five to six times. He says there are two types of conversations happened in these hospital halls that rock him to his core some among nurses themselves. Sometimes it's like. Hey you know before we go into this room. His wife was on another floor and she didn't make it a couple of days ago. She just passed away so remember. Don't say anything about that. Then there though is when patients turn to him and ask this. The absolute worst is when verbalize it when they say. Hey i'm not gonna make 'em i you know. What do you say to that across los angeles. Death rates among latinos are twice as high as the rest of the population latinos hospitalized around three times more often than white communities doctor edgar chavez works at a community clinic in his seen ten of his patients die from kovic many from multi generational households who bring the virus home and then spread it within their family. It's really hard for us to see our population doing the work that nobody else wants to do front facing exposing themselves to cove it and then dying from kobe and then not getting the healthcare that they need not getting the vaccine fast enough some funeral homes like this one are averaging thirty body removals a day and those are just the ones they can get too often having to families that they just don't have the capacity this right here. This is a refrigerated truck that was brought in to deal with some of the overflow. Meanwhile families we for funerals to bury loved ones like ramon bustamante. It was agreed. He didn't have anything for us. He was a single father and an essential worker at a grocery store. Who said goodbye to his daughters through. A glass window might not his head but sh scar retracted little hards. A community considered essential but suffering the

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Trump addresses supporters at DC rally ahead of Congress vote

Frank Beckmann

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Trump addresses supporters at DC rally ahead of Congress vote

"Supporters of President Trump right now gathered on the streets of Washington, D. C. To call on Congress not to certify the results of the Electoral College for the 2020 presidential election. Today, protesters they're showing their support for the president. The president's son, Donald Trump Jr. Issued a warning to Republican lawmakers who are in challenging the election results. This gathering should send a message to them. This isn't They're Republican party anymore. This'd is Donald Trump's Republican Party. Among those at the Save America Rally in DC Shane Trio of Oakland County, he tells Christiane Ricky's helping the certification process will be delayed today, you know, keep keep keep the fight going as long as possible, keep getting the evidence out there. And hopefully I hope to God that we can get. This craziness overturned at

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"christiane" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

08:41 min | 4 months ago

"christiane" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"We've all been told we can't go back to normal until there's a covert nineteen vaccine. We can't go back to normal until there's a covert vaccine. Why started looking into the covid. Nineteen vaccine and i found this incredible doctor. Dr christiaan northrop and she recorded a video sharing. What's inside the vaccines. And i thought this is truly terrifying. And with that. Dr christiaan northrop welcome wanted thrive time show. How are you ma'am. I'm very good and let me tell you. Nobody knows exactly. What's in the fis vaccine. What's exactly in the modern vaccine. What we do know as we've seen patents and we know that we have the technology. The gates found. I mean the microsoft foundation has the ability to store an incredible amount of data in dna. And there we do know that. There are human lung fiber blasts from a fourteen week. Old male caucasian fetus in the pfizer vaccine. But it doesn't doesn't say that on the label it says 'em are five and you go and you look. Oh that's what these are. These are fetal long fiberglass there in the seventh generation so the longer you culture these the more chance that they'll have something that you don't want in them I also learned from my good friend. Dr sherri ten penny that These vaccines may have canine kidney cells. They might have insect parts. We don't really know it's frightening now. Doctor jimmy hand. You're here with us as well. yes i am. Sort of our local Can you explain your bed. Medical background their ophthalmologist. By training was a specialty. Training and ocular inflammation emmy -nology infectious disease. I'm also training in preventive medicine functional medicine and integrative medicine and what christiane dr northrop is saying is absolutely true. There are so many ingredients in these vaccines. The marcy five cell line is an aborted fetal. Cell line that was harvested in one thousand nine hundred sixties. in a way that is absolutely horrific. The core velva institute and italy has looked at these the genome of all the dna. That's in a lot of these vaccines and we're finding that not only are these aborted fetal cell lines. Contaminating our vaccines. But they are over the years. Where this The cell line has been replicating endlessly in vats and pharmaceutical manufacturing sites. But in it's in the process of replicating it is actually mutating getting aberrations and dna and there are now about five hundred seventy tumor genes. That are present in these aborted fetal cell lines european negative to north. We're talking about this topic. You're not talking enough about the negative. I sit here and negative negative unbelievable dodger northrop perhaps you could one up him with your bio because he hasn't quite an impressive of bio and career history. Can you tell us a little bit about your background. Before we allow our guests to begin asking you questions yes. I'm board certified. Obgyn did my residency at tufts new england medical center. I'm the author of three new york times bestselling of whatever they are Women's health bibles. I did eight very highly successful public television. Specials i was on the oprah winfrey show ten times i want to her super soul one hundreds and my favorite of all time In two thousand thirteen. I was named one of reader's digest most trusted people in america. But i think that was before the kobe. There's nothing now. So i like. Oh well we have. We have five kids my wife and i. And it's my wife vanessa to hop onto the microphone and so she can ask you a few questions that she has again from the perspective of moms and parents who care care about their kids of an estimate cody. You know you already answered my main question which was going to be asking about if there was in fact aborted fetal tissue in the vaccines. Because that's so concerning to me. Just just i guess moral level about what we're injecting into you know our children or into anyone in any any human being You also mentioned that. There's also a animal cell lines as well correct that that is correct. As far as we know. And here's the thing. There have been animal cell lines in the other. So we've never had a successful m aren a vaccine. The last one we tried was for the swine flu and that Sick and a lot of people gave many children narcolepsy in europe. It killed at least three hundred people and they finally said oh whoops guest. That didn't work so we've never had a successful. Mr in a vaccine and this works by translating section. It's the same way that they make. Gmo seeds and so they're scary parts of it because it's connected with all this technology you never hear about One of my mouth chilling is that there's an enzyme in many of these vaccines or or it's part of the plan called lucifer race and this is a bio luminescent. Die and you'd be able to tell who had what vaccines by. Just passing a light over their arm. Or wherever. And i just listened to a very chilling Thing yesterday i think it was from west point several years ago where they said. We have the ability to make human drones. We have the ability to put imagery in dna. We have the ability to control humans. From far by technology they have available. Did you say the technologies is called lucifer race. I did and you just go online by the way. Don't use google. you'll never find anything. You gotta use duck duck. Go grave opera one of those other. Just just go for lucifer racing. You'll find the patents. What i did on today's show is. I have cited everything that i've seen you in previous interviews so i put links to this. I just wanna make sure people understand the name lucifer. race. I don't know about you dr jim. Are you a biblical scholar. The the idea of. But i am a follower of christ. And i can tell you that you know the the the enemy uses all this symbolism and everything that he does and the fact that this this lucifer race would be even name that and it would be considered as a possible ingredient in these vaccines is to me exposing the enemies hand and all of this unbelievable also the patent from march twenty six twenty twenty the patent number from bill and melinda gates is zero six zero six zero six and that is a patent to connect human biometric data with crypto currency. Which to me comes dangerously close to the matrix. this is kind of. I don't know if you'll have the answer to this question. It just kind of something. That's that's i'm just wondering about. I was listening today as i was driving. And they're talking about the one of the vaccines coming out. Because i guess there six right now coming to market. And i thought how weird is that. What a coincidence. How does that happen. That all six companies are all ready to go to market at the same time. Do you have any inside. Knowledge on this or we'll what could possibly going on at all. You know they say it takes years to a vaccine ready and yet all six already at the same time. What's going on with that. I have no idea. But i have a gut feeling that operation warp speed is not quite what we think it is. Yeah that tonight that In fact i think one of the most amazing things that happen during all this is that when trump said this is my vaccine operation warp speed. Suddenly we got a whole lot of the population waking up about vaccine safety in general you know so well. I'm not gonna take the trump vaccine. And i wanted to say to them. Guess what kids. All those others of those other sixty nine. Cdc recommended and now mandated vaccines for children. Not one of them has been proved absolutely safe not one and they're being given six at a time. The autism rate used to be about one in ten thousand and not so very long ago. And now it's one in thirty two one in thirty. Two children now has autism. It used to be less than one. In ten thousand kids had had autism and again. This is just terrifying stuff. And i want to make sure we're recapping. Everybody needs to look this up. If you go to time to free. America dot com time to free america dot com. And you click on the truth about cove nineteen vaccines and you..

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"christiane" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"christiane" Discussed on WTOP

"Think, Read this Christiane College football Saturday getting underway at noon in college Park, Maryland, taking on Rutgers, Terps, hoping to move to three and two on the year. This is the last scheduled the game for Maryland. We can talk about a bowl berth, potentially if they win. Today. Maryland is a 6.5 point favorite. And Turks quarterback Tolia tug of Milo He's had an up and down year but had coach Mike Locksley. Impressed with what he's seen out of his sophomore signal caller, even when we've had the stoppages, and we haven't been able to play games, his work ethic and how he approaches to gang hasn't changed. He's not one of those guys that when we're not working or games or canceled, he's taking the day off. I mean, the guy lives up in our in the gossip Team house. He's always there. He's always watching film. He's always taken notes at three this afternoon. Army hosting Navy up at West Point Maids and black knights will play with on Lee, their fellow cadets and midshipmen in the stands for the first time since 1943 the Army Navy game taking place at West Point. At eight tonight. Virginia Tech hosting Virginia. The Hokies are favored by three despite the fact that they come into the game with a losing record while you've a is five and four I'm Christiane Wtp sports coming up after traffic and weather how the Corona virus vaccine will be handled in our area. It's 11 16. You've put off taking care of your dental health long enough because of your fear of the dentist at the Cascade Center for Dental Health. We get it and can help you overcome your fear with.

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"christiane" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"christiane" Discussed on WTOP

"Here's Christiane. It's Game day. The Washington football team taking on the Cincinnati Bengals, the line ranging from Washington minus 1.5 to a pickem. Dwayne Haskins, who is not starting at quarterback for Washington actually beat out Heisman Trophy winner Now Bengal starter Joe Burrow back in 2018 for the starting job for Ohio State, While Burrow was still a Buckeye Burrow transferred shortly thereafter that decision and ended up guiding LS You to a national championship. A year later, Alex Smith will be under center once again for Washington. That's a one o'clock kick off at FedEx Field also won. The Ravens host the Tennessee Titans. Baltimore is a six point favorite. And speaking of the Buckeyes number three Ohio State survived in upset bid against Number nine Indiana 42 to 35 staying in the Big 10. It took three overtimes in New Jersey. But it was Michigan. Outlasting Rutgers 48 to 42 shifting gears to the A. C C Virginia Tech got dominated by pit 47 to 14 u VEET worked Abilene Christian 55 to 15 and for the first time this season Number 21 Liberty loses as North Carolina State hangs on to beat the flames 15 to 14. I'm Christiane W to be sports coming up after traffic and weather group homes with residents highly vulnerable to covet, are working to stay safe. I'm particularly on a 7 47. Retired federal employees Open season starts on November 9th Take.

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"christiane" Discussed on Collective Insights

Collective Insights

08:05 min | 6 months ago

"christiane" Discussed on Collective Insights

"You're. Doing. Hello. Hello. Welcome back. Kotter community to collective insights podcast today Dr. Heather Sanderson is joined by women's health expert Visionary Health Pioneer Wellness. And New York Times bestselling author of women's bodies. Women's wisdom Dr. Christiane Northrup. We dive into women's health and how to balance female ones. For, her full bio, the show nuts US episode, and transcribe go to neuro hacker dot com slash podcast. We also have a big announcement to share with you about our podcast. So be sure to stay tuned for the big surprise halfway through this episode without further Ado. Let's jump in. Here's Dr Sandison and Dr Northrop. welcomed the collective insights. I'm your host today Dr Sandison and I feel very honored to be joined today by Dr Christiaan Northrop. She's the author of women's Bodies Women's wisdom that is now in its fifth edition Dr Northrop saying, thank you so much for joining us today. Now it's my pleasure. So. Hormones play a huge role in our thoughts, our actions, our experience of the world. Can you talk about the scientific basis of how hormones both men and women's hormones influence our day to day lives? Yes. Hormones are kind of the Messenger between our. Our emotions also our physiological situation. So if we look at, let's just take what is the result of excess stress hormones because if you have excess stress hormones produced from the adrenals that would be different cortisol epinephrine from the CORTEX and then. Cortisol from the internal dulack up the. adrenals they raise they raise havoc with all the other sex steroids and also with insulin and glucose gun and so when we think about hormones, we tend to think about the things that are produced by the go nuts the ovaries produce progesterone, estrogen testosterone, and in males the same it's just that in women or today we have to say this gender women then it's mostly estrogen with progesterone. Relation in men, the testosterone outweighs the estrogen except that interestingly enough at Midlife, in the late forties, men begin to produce more estrogen and women begin to produce more testosterone. So there's kind of across thing that happens for many couples during Peri Menopause where the woman will find a new career interest and she's interested now in going out into the world and he's interested in staying home and doing gardening and that that's an interesting thing that that happens and it's related to Andrew Johns testosterone the. Other thing that's fascinating about hormones is that when you are living from the heart when you have perfect synchronicity of Paris sympathetic and sympathetic nervous system. So that's rest and restore digest rest and digest versus fight flight or freeze. When those are in harmony, you get beat to beat cardiac coherence, which you can see on a cardiac monitor and when you're there, you actually are producing more of what's called the mother hormone, Dhea from the adrenals and also from their connection with the ovaries in women. And so when we? In a heart centered way when we're in a kind of a loving state and not so much in our heads, we actually are producing hormone balance and that's of great interest to me. The other thing there's the thyroid hormone which is huge in women. You know like you know you're a clinician. So you know how much how many women you see with Hashi motos ivory data and all the rest of it in a lot of that. Comes from the fact that for at least five thousand, maybe thirty thousand years. The the voice of those who are considered more on the feminine spectrum has been squelched. Keep Your Voice Down Your Voice carries your shrill don't say this if you can't say anything. Nice. Don't say anything at all and then over time over the generations this literally down the fifth Shaqra which is about. Creativity will timing, but it's also I just learned this yesterday on a on a wonderful YouTube channel is also a Stargate, this area, and so when we speak our truth and when we are in touch with this voice resonance, we are becoming more of Hooghly really are from a soul standpoint and our thyroid function improves. That that's so profound rate because there is this idea that That women are are not as heard in society. We don't to be the leaders. We don't tend to be the ones making some of the most important decisions and that inability to speak or even to be heard my own voice is. Very much a west coast, feminine voice and. So. It doesn't carry the authority that like a a British male accent might right right. I was interviewed by this British male who had been the voice of the globe theatre. Shakespearean Theater. Stuart Pearce and it was as though all of masterpiece theatre was interviewing me with such an profound authority with this. Gorgeous. Male reddish voice that says anything I say is the truth and it's backed up by centuries of the right education. And they can be speaking bubbles. You still have that experience of wow. They have this thirty and so. As a I don't I. Don't know if society needs to start respecting and. Giving maybe more reverence or more more value to the female voice or is it that the female voice maybe needs to be told that it can have more authority? Do you have a sense of that? I do but I wanna tell you about one. Study from way back and this feminist Dale. Spender. Wanted to see. How often women's spokane? How often meant spokane so who she did in a university faculty lounge, she just set up a tape recorder. And she recorded the number of minutes that male faculty spoke versus the number of minutes that females faculty spoke so very quantitative. Study. At the end of the study, the most strident outspoken faculty woman. Spoke only thirty percent of the time but. She was perceived by her colleagues both male and female. As overbearing and taking up all of the space. So That's how we've been in trained about the female voice now. Many of us have had to develop. A male way of speaking. So for instance, from me during medical school, it's grand rounds and so you need to issue going around to the bedside you need to be spouting the studies from the New England Journal of Medicine or the Journal of the American Medical, association and those were the only. That was the only dialogue that was considered worthy of attention. Now, when I would go back later in the evening to actually talk to the patients I, would find out all kinds of things that were absolutely relevant to their clinical course a.

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NFL Weekly Update

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 7 months ago

NFL Weekly Update

"Chase Young, who leads all rookie defenders in total pressures out with a groin injury. The Patriots Chiefs game will be played either Monday or Tuesday, pending the results of further covert testing. Pro football talks Mike Florio reporting that one Saints player fullback Michael Burton, tested positive Following the team's flight to Detroit Saturday night. The team is retesting star Running back Calvin Come era after he sat next to Burton on the plane. College Football. Virginia, losing two top ranked Clemson, 41 to 23. Virginia Tech. Getting past dupe 38 to 31 Navy Crushed by Air Force 42 7 Soccer DC United worked by Atlanta for nail and it was the Washington Spirit over Sky Blue FC one new at Pimlico for the first time in over a decade of Philly winning the Preakness Stakes. As Swiss skydiver edged Kentucky Derby winner authentic in a photo finish, and finally the Nationals cutting ties with pitching coach Paul Menhart, who was with the organization for 15 years. I'm Christiane. W T o p sports

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Tampa Bay Lightning's Steven Stamkos will not play in Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Tampa Bay Lightning's Steven Stamkos will not play in Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final

"Finals of Tampa Bay defeats. The Dallas Stars The bolts of the champions, however. Tampa will have to try and do it without their captain once again. NHL dot com Reporting a Steven Stamkos will not play. I'm Christiane w T o

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5 tropical cyclones are in the Atlantic at the same time for only the second time in history

Nightline

02:07 min | 7 months ago

5 tropical cyclones are in the Atlantic at the same time for only the second time in history

"Tonight for the first time in nearly fifty years. They've ocean is home to five rapidly growing named tropical cyclones with one hurricane sally set to slam into the southern coast tomorrow for the very latest I'm joined by ABC News. Chief meteorologist Ginger Zee now Ginger Hurricane Sally is clearly strengthening as it approaches your location in Alabama? Where do you see the storm heading? Juju I'm in the heart of mobile and you've got things like that building with sandbags in front of it, and that is for good reason from here back through coastal Mississippi that's where the brunt of the storm is going to impact. So let's look at on the satellite got lot better organized as we went through today, and that's going to keep going as it moves really painfully slow to the West northwest it will finally start to make that northern tick tomorrow afternoon and evening, and we expect landfall sometime around midnight or thereafter early Wednesday morning. So this is a slow. Storm that means that rain is going to be a big time issue and part of the slowdown is that stationary front making it almost defense you see we stopped the clock at about midnight. It looks like it should make landfall somewhere close to Pascagoula Mississippi if it does by the way, make landfall in Mississippi as a cat to that's the strongest we've seen in. Mississippi. Since Katrina in two thousand five that looks like wrong place wrong time. Now, there are always multiple threats as a storm approaches. There are already dire storm surge projections. What worries you the most about Sally. Storm surges what loses most life and property and storms. So six to nine feet in some places others up to eleven. Let me break it all down for you get warnings all the way from eastern Louisiana through the Florida panhandle. Now, it breaks down and closer to the center of the storm. In the northeast quadrant, we call it the dirty side of the storm. That's where you'll pick up some of the hefty so. From Mobile Bay. Back through deloise pass Christiane that's where we're most concerned. Now we also have rainfall and I don't want anyone if they're inland to say, Oh, this is just a coastal storm. By no means, you get fifteen to twenty inches on top of that storm surge right at the coast. That's not good especially here in mobile but go up to Gumri or even Atlanta and you could see a half a foot arrange.

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EU Leaders Hold Summit on COVID-19 Recovery Plan, Multi-Year Budget

Morning Edition

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

EU Leaders Hold Summit on COVID-19 Recovery Plan, Multi-Year Budget

"Union leaders are gathering in Brussels for the first time since the pandemic hit Teri Schultz reports They will need to negotiate the use next budget and a Corona virus recovery package, but their views are far apart. Sometimes the difficulty of impending negotiations in you matters is gauged by how many shirts leader's pack for a meeting. This summit is one of those, so I've come here today. And tomorrow and maybe the day after work. Latvian Prime Minister Christiane is currents is among those in the middle between France and Germany, who favor maximizing the amount of money granted to countries hit hardest by the pandemic and the side nicknamed the Frug ALS, who say most assistance should be loans and paid back. European Council president show Michelle has to bridge that gap. I'm convinced that we see political true, which it's possible his budget proposal lays out almost $2 trillion in spending over the next seven years. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels.

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Climate Change Experts Find Hope in Global Action to Contain Coronavirus

Climate Cast

09:22 min | 1 year ago

Climate Change Experts Find Hope in Global Action to Contain Coronavirus

"Face it. Life as we know has changed dramatically in the past few weeks and one unintended. Impact of the health and economic crisis is reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Planes aren't flying. Cars are parked. So how will this crisis and the choices we make in the next few years impact future greenhouse gas emissions scenarios Christiana? Figueres is a former executive secretary of the UN Climate Change Convention and Tom Rivett. Carnac served as her senior adviser together. They recently wrote the future. We choose surviving the climate crisis they also co hosts a podcast called outrage and optimism. Thanks for joining US via skype today. Christiane and Tom. Thank you very much for the invitation. Poll great to be here. Christiane it in the book. You lay out two extremely different climate scenarios in twenty fifty based on the choices we make between now. And then. Why take that approach? We thought it would be a helpful approach to take for two reasons one because whether we are aware of it or not we are actually choosing right now and over the next ten years between two dramatically different worlds that we will experience so we thought it was important to bring all that choice to the fore and walk readers through the consequences and the second reason why we thought it would be helpful is because frankly those of us who have been working on climate change for emptying years have tended to focus only on the doom and gloom consequences of unabated climate. Change all of which is true. And which is in scenario one but we have made less of an effort to be equally as compelling in our narrative about what happens with this world if we actually do bring down our emissions to one half of where they are now by twenty thirty. And what does that word feel like what does it? What does it look like? What is the experiential sensation that we will have out of a much better world? Take us through the scenarios that you envision in the book. Well let's start with the scenario that we don't want but it's a scenario that we're actually walking toward unless we take dramatically different decisions so that scenario is a scenario in which the first thing that hits you the quality of the because when you walk out of your condition home you will be hit with very hot polluted air. Which means that you won't be able to walk outside without a mask and you will very likely not be able to work. Play or exercise outside. Most of our human activities will have to be inside including producing food. We will also be experiencing vast slots of many continents that will be rendered practically uninhabitable. Meaning that there will be millions of people who will be forced to migrate away from home and livelihood putting enormous pressure on boundaries of countries. That are a little bit worse off at least from temperature point of view. But we'll be worse off from a political and social pressure point of view. This is a world in which conflict and very likely violent conflict will erupt and a world in which are democracies will really be threatened. That sounds pretty dire. Tom Take us through the more optimistic scenario where we take extreme action sooner taking the kinds of actions that will slow the flow of greenhouse gases to protect the ice caps and protect the other elements that we think of classic they around climate. Change will have all kinds of other benefits. I mean the ad will be cleaner. If we don't combust fossil fuels to drive 'cause to to combustion power plants etc. We will have avoided a massive public health crisis. Our cities will be clean and they'll be green. Birds will be in the cities that we can imagine cities that are reconstructed for human scale of life at something. We are not without much complexity at the moment around Corona virus but some people are beginning to experience that would be like a quieter place It would also be a world in which we have succeeded in preventing this collapse in humanity has come together and done a big thing. It is collectively avoided this moment of breakdown and as a result of that has come together and it is a world that is remembered. What's important you mentioned corona virus clearly were in a major crisis right now with Cova nineteen. It's a health. It's an economic crisis. It's playing out right in front of us but it looks like this has actually reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the short term. China has seen a twenty five percent drop in emissions. We're seeing this major. Stop in air travel and a dramatic reduction. An Auto Travel Christina. Do you have a sense of how much greenhouse gas emissions could fall this year if current trends continue? Well no that's difficult to predict because obviously it will very much depend on how long this epidemic last. However I do think that it is important to note that the drop in greenhouse gas emissions is you well pointed out an unintended consequence the difference between this and actually making very intentional policies and measures to reduce greenhouse gases is that the economic consequences of the Corona virus are fundamentally negative the economic consequences of decarbonising. Our economy are fundamentally positive because they will strengthen the economy they will provide millions of new jobs. We know the transportation and commuting is the biggest opportunity for greenhouse gas reductions. And we're in the situation where we have all these people working from home. What about going forward do all of these people actually really need to commute? Every day we live in an era of skype and zoom. What could we do to transportation emissions going forward? He and I think it's such a fascinating situation. I mean festival as Christiane said we'RE NOT GONNA solve climate change with a virus right so the temporary job in greenhouse gas emissions is only meaningful and useful if it gets translated into change habits which actually make some of these reduced emissions more prominent now teddy working video conferencing. The the the technology has come so far in recent years. But it's been met with us sort of general sense of skepticism that people can really do and the technology really works and actually what if the reading things about the last week is the people have been walking from home using these technologies and in most cases working really well and realizing the benefits of not having to commute in the morning not having to travel? I mean I myself have to travel most week somewhere whether it's up to London from where I live in the west of England or or or getting on a plane going across to Europe or something and now I haven't traveled for the last two weeks. And actually that's been great. I've really enjoyed being home with my family and I have been able to do the what that I would. Otherwise have had to do in a different way using virtual tools so they say that it takes between four and six weeks to really change in ingrained habit if you're engaging with a new normal. I think we're going to get at least that of this new normal to get used to now. How much of that can stick off towards. Is the really interesting question but on climate change different is good and this is a different thing now because nothing can excuse the tragedy and the loss of life. And we're certainly not saying that tool but these changes in habit can be good and we'll see what happens as that unfolds and at the moment is difficult to predict and Paul. I want to make sure that you know. We're not coming across as being making light of the fact that so many people are suffering right now. We are losing thousands of lives. We have many people who are affected an isolated. We have millions of people who are self isolating we have millions of people who are losing their income or the the entire informal sector is now really out hugely and deeply threatened because of the last a loss of their income. So we're not making light of the cost that this incredible global pandemic is actually having upon us. What we're doing is we are taking that with. Its full consequence and driving some lessons for a global emergency that has very different characteristics but from which some of the behavioral changes that we have already become accustomed to in just a few weeks might actually be helpful.

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Irina Falconi on Life as a Tennis Pro in the Coronavirus Era

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Irina Falconi on Life as a Tennis Pro in the Coronavirus Era

"I have. Nfl Coney as you guys know. She's a w shape pro hugely affected by the suspension We just got announced on Monday morning. That there's no w Ta play until May At at this point now the way things are going I mean I'm in New York Arenas in Orlando I'm expecting that to be pushed back more Irene out. Let's start with. What is your life like these days? Well to be honest I just got back from Sam's Club where I was able to stock on quite a bit of dried and canned goods Just because I've been hearing whispers and rumors about actual You know we're probably going to end up getting quarantined in our own homes So if that's the case I mean we're just trying to prepare ourselves early. We're not really coming contact with anyone other than people that live in the house So thankfully there is lots of trails outside that you're able to go out and no run sprint. Do Whatever You can to kind of keep your fitness up because I mean as of now as of last night The USCCA center which is only five minutes away. Where I usually train it's close. It's completely shut out. Shut down and locked up so unless you actually go to some public courts public facilities where you're not really hitting with anyone that has corona virus It's kind of hard right now and The thing is you don't WanNa be hitting too early. You don't want to peak too early since as of now it's May second. It can be even further than that so it might just be very light hitting if that for the next couple weeks but just maintaining fitness. I think is the most important thing and thankfully. My fiance built a boxing gym in the garage. So we are good to go on that on that front but Tom Yeah. You are lucky to have that because I think a lot of a lot of players will be desperate for space and room if they live in an apartment especially you have a Nice House. You have that garage. I mean that there is some positives and all this chaos when all I started unfolding in Indian Wells cancelled and all this was happening and it was like okay might be four to six weeks. Spent my initial thought was like oh well okay look. Income is obviously a problem for players. But sometimes you guys have injuries that last four to six weeks. Sometimes you have illnesses that last two to four weeks in the grand scheme of things. It doesn't seem like a very big chunk of time but now that things escalated so severely it could be three months could be six months it could be. I don't know and that's the hard part is when you're sick and injured you kind of have somewhat of an idea like hey. I'm working towards this goal now. It's like I'm working towards what? Yeah that's the other thing because for example. Let's say you do have six weeks of where you're trying to rehab from an injury. You have the option if you want to go somewhere if you WANNA go and travel if you WANNA go just go to the beach for a couple of days or anything like that. You have that luxury if you want it now in this case it's like Oh man. Flights to Costa Rica and Ecuador in Puerto Rico are like less than one hundred dollars. It's so tempting to want to go out and travel. But you can't so in a sense you know a lot of tennis players. We tend to complain that the season is long. It's very very You know it's it's tough on the body So the fact that we have this time to kind of just almost regroup. It's weird time in the year because it season just kinda started But Yeah I think it's just it's very very weird. I don't think that there's another word to put it another word that you can really describe it because I mean with the Olympics coming up I mean I'm in a situation where I have a special ranking so does that mean that my special ranking Kinda freezes because once I start my first tournament I only have a year to use up all my special ranking tournaments. So that's another thing that we're just have absolutely no clue whatsoever and with the Olympics. Coming up I mean. Do we know whether that's GonNa Happen? I mean a lot of girls are just in limbo right now. It's never a good place to be in when you're uncertain So as of now I'm just taking it day by day to be honest. I'm just enjoying the crap out of it. There's no other way to see it. You just have to see it as an opportunity And one of the things that you know you can do is Ago Christiane was posting different. Things that you can kind of do while you're in this state and You know whether it's facetime ing with people that you probably haven't talked to in a while. Learning new hobby cleaning house from you know had to tell there. There's a lot of things that can be done during this time. So I think that if you go about it the right way you can see it as a very positive thing whether it's for me whether for the world I think we just have to see it in a positive light. You'd have some positive spin on this thing. It's nice to hear but it's also I. You mentioned Christiaan heff players been talking a lot of you guys been communicating with each other. A Lot I know you're probably not hanging out a lot but has there been a conversation between you guys. I mean at the end of the day. I think a lot of the players are just kind of Speaking the same boys right now in unison which is suffering Soleil. Y'All do not go and be around other people do not put yourself at risk and do not put others at risk So I think we're all trying to find ways on how to have the new ways to work out at home because that's pretty much. What a lot of players are doing. I know I was speaking to Madison and she said. Hey We got some board games you know. So there's that so yeah. I mean there's there's a lot to do and I think a lot of players I mean it's that uncertainty but I have a feeling that they're gonNA come back pretty

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Taylor Swift donates $1 million for Tennessee tornado relief

Doug Stephan

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Taylor Swift donates $1 million for Tennessee tornado relief

"Taylor swift has decided to give a million Bucks to help tornado relief from the national situation earlier in the week she was hello she lived in Nashville since she started there when she was like fourteen and I think I lived outside she said national my home and the fact that so many people lost their homes and so much more as a problem and middle Tennessee devastating to me so she makes it to the response find encourage fans to donate as much as they could as well she has done great things I think she's a pretty smart about stuff like this for charitable efforts toward the city of Nashville go back ten years or so she founded that Taylor swift charitable fund in response to the natural flood which took place in twenty ten if you're a member she made donations to both the country music hall of fame Nashville symphony's gave a hundred thirteen thousand Bucks today Tennessee equality project and then there are other country acts like damage J. Christiane have a pledge hundred grand fifty thousand respectively there toward the relief fund as

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"christiane" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"christiane" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I. B. dot U. S. so now the state of the union this is tomorrow's going to be today is this one's a stadium was the two weeks ago two weeks ago yesterday okay and it is still being talked about now what state of the union address can you recall that had a life span of two weeks any president can stay in the union speeches in his reaction at night the next day on the next series of news events overwhelming people forget it Nancy Pelosi is still upset about what happened at the trump state of the union two weeks ago she said number of your Christiane among poorer still talking about it two weeks later once again proving when has a state of the union show been talked about this much only one hi I am part of it so Christiane almond force there is I just want to ask you when your ripped up the president's state of the union address did vice president pence say anything to you well he may he may not even know he was just looking straight at the president I was very disappointed in the fact that the president used the chamber of the house of representatives the people's house as a backdrop for a reality show giving the presidential medal to Rush Limbaugh but that's something you should do is own office when he started talking about a person so respected in our country diagnosed with cancer we thought it was going to be talking that John Lewis and even if he's talking about Russia congressman and civil rights.

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Fashion and War in America

Dressed: The History of Fashion

08:15 min | 1 year ago

Fashion and War in America

"Are currently in the midst of international fashion week. Yes and last week. We talked about the origins of the semi-chaotic relationship between fashion and Hollywood film. But we only got into the nineteen thirties so today. We're moving out of the thirties and into the nineteen forties. Which of course takes US straight into World War Two and on the show? We've talked a lot about fashion and war as it relates to Europe during World War One and World War Two but less so about the relationship fashion and war in America and it's actually incredibly fascinating because throughout the nineteen thirties. America's changing perception of their homegrown talent was reflected in Ariz- leading fashion magazines. Such as Vogue and Harper's bazaar at both of those magazines began to feature American fashion designers more and more throughout the decade. Elizabeth Haase reflected on this transitory period in American fashion in her book. Fashion is spinach which was published in nineteen thirty eight and in it. She writes quote in the late twenties ninety percent of the drawings and photographs. Where the work? A prison couturiers and. She's talking about Vogue and Harper's bazaar and then she says many pages and both magazines are now devoted to close created in America for American Life. The outbreak of World War Two and nineteen thirty nine mark significant shift in the fate of American designers who having continued to operate in the shadow of Paris throughout the nineteen thirties. Were suddenly left to stand all on their own and during the German occupation of Paris from June nineteen forty to August nineteen forty four. Many of the leading French couture houses were forced to close and those that did remain open did so under severely limited operations and some pretty severe restrictions as well right and for those of our listeners. Who might not have heard? April actually did a fantastic interview on stuff. You Mr History class which we featured a couple months ago so check it out if you want to learn more about fashion world war two so for the French fashion industry. This meant that communication with America during World War Two. It meant that one of their most important export markets was almost entirely broken and in one thousand nine hundred one after American designers and manufacturers presented promising fall and spring collections New York Times fashion journalist Virginia Pope well. She declared Murck City to be the fashion center of the world and AIRCON designers may have come into their own during the war but they did so under restriction and regulation beginning in nineteen forty two American fashion designers had to grapple with restrictions imposed by regulation l eighty five which were government imposed sanctions at severely limited. Just what designers could and could not produce the purpose of l. eighty-five was to conserve materials. Needed for the war effort and this included fabrics such as silk cotton wool. Leather Rubber Nylon. So you know pretty much. Every material that you need to make clothing and footwear and the regulations thus restricted just. How much material could be used in the making of new garments so we had campaign such as make-do-and-mend which encouraged people to avoid shopping altogether by mending their old clothes. Something we of course support very much today. L. eighty-five essentially challenge the very nature of the fashion industry itself. As we all know depends on the production of new seasonal clothing styles to stimulate consumerism and as we establish last episode Hollywood films while they were actively complacent and encouraging fashion consumption throughout the nineteen thirties and costume designers like their fashion designer. Counterparts were not exempt from L. Eighty five regulations during the war in an eighteen. Forty four article in the New York Times renowned Hollywood costume designer. Edith head called L. Eighty five quote. The greatest boone ever came to fashion designers in Hollywood so it would appear casts that in the nineteen forties costume designers still considered themselves as fashion designers. And she goes on to say about eighty-five quote. It vanished super luxury and brought us all down to Earth. Today we create sensible styles for women the kind that they can actually wear and she goes on to say how. Well I remember the day when we would swirl Fox skins around the hem of a secretary address or wipe satin uniform on a trained nurse. Now we hold to stark realism and by this time had been the head designer at paramount. For seven years she had taken over for her predecessor. Travis Banton in nineteen thirty seven and head like baton began her career in film working with Howard greer in the nineteen twenties as a costume illustrator before climbing the ranks and indeed head is certainly one of the most prolific and fame designers from the Hollywood golden age. Numerous books have been written about this prolific designer who April has eight Academy Awards for best costume design and wait for it. She has four hundred and forty four credits. On that's intense. She worked for almost sixty years in the film industry so she had an incredible career her first credit it dates to nineteen twenty five and her last film is dead. Men Don't wear plaid with Steve Martin. That released after her death in nineteen eighty two so she died in one thousand nine hundred. One at the age of eighty. Three head is quoted and Margaret Bailey's nineteen eighty-two book those Glorious Glamour Years as saying quote. I do not consider a motion picture costume designer necessarily a fashion creator because we do the script tells us to if we do a period piece then we recreate fashion. That was done before. And if we have a character role we do character close. It is only by the accident of a script that calls for fashion an actress that can wear fashion that some of the beautiful clothes will emerge. I don't consider myself a designer in the sense of fashion designer. I am a motion picture costume designer. So just how did head go from identifying as a fashion designer in Hollywood and the nineteen forties to firmly distinguishing herself as a costume designer by the end of her career? I love this answer. You pro because it actually lies with the advent of yours new-look which is a little unexpected as many of us know nineteen forty seven witnessed this dramatic and sudden change in fashion. Thanks to the unprecedented success of Christiane Yours Premier collection and he introduced dresses with nipped in ways. Those padded hips and full long skirts and they stood in direct contrast to the war regulated fashions of years prior which is why so many people loved them. Unfortunately for the many films released the year that this change took place. The costumes were immediately glaringly out of fashion again. Dino Dior's new look was significant reminder. That though film cost you may be perceived and interpreted as fashion it will never be able to truly contend with the whims and follies of contemporary trends. And Edith. Had designed costumes for eleven films that were released in nineteen forty seven so to say that she was affected is a bit of an understatement. Here and looking on this period for the book. Edith head's Hollywood edith reflected quote. I learned my lesson. The hard way just offered Dior brought out the new look every film I had done in the past few months. Looked like something from the bread lines with each screening. I vowed that I would never get caught by fashion trend again and became a confirmed fence sitter. Although despite her weariness of fashion trends did not keep her designs from apparently sparking them as was the case with address she designed for Elizabeth Taylor and a place in the sun which was a nineteen fifty film in a nineteen seventy-eight article for the American Film Journal. Edith wrote my dress for Elizabeth Taylor and a place in the sun was taken up by manufacturer of debutante Party dresses. Someone at paramount wants counted at a party thirty seven Elizabeth Taylor's dancing. All studio designers have created something that influences fashion. But a good costume designer. Shouldn't try to influence style though. Naturally he hopes to hit upon something that many people will like

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How stress is making you sick

Amanpour

02:37 min | 1 year ago

How stress is making you sick

"Next guest is here to help. He's Dr Ranjan Chatterjee and he says stress. Today is in fact making us physically sick. Some eighty percent of the health issues that he treats can be traced back to stress and it's made worse by blurring work and home life. Dr Chatterjee join me here here in the studio to diagnose the issue and give us what we all need to manage it a prescription Dr Ron Chatterjee. Welcome to the program. Christiane pack you very much. Having having so the book is the Stress Solution. How stress to you right on a scale of one to ten scale WANNA turn? It is what does that mid December Sumba now. I'm going to say about seven to eight. Maybe it's today. I'm going to say eight. Because his cumulative is cumulative I'm anything unique unique riots. I'm busy got young children. I've got a wife. I've got a busy job. I see patients are released. Weekly podcast right books. I appear in in public. I've got lots going on at the moment. I'm I guess I'm feeling the pressure so I've got to be honest. I'm trying my best to apply a lot of the principles that I talk doc about but it can be challenging but that means you are the perfect subject to be writing about because you are feeling all these things. The people of your generation and people in the workplace are feeling juggling too much essentially. I think I'm juggling a little bit too much of the moments and the thing is you never really get to a perfect set of balance. We're all looking for work life balance as if it's an endpoint that suddenly when we get that everything's GonNa be blissful life always changes lives shifts surrounds. The stress is a serious problem. Let's be really clear about this. The World Health Organization a calling stress the health epidemic of the twenty first century. And actually it was a paper in two thousand Thirteen Journal of the American Medical Association. It was an editorial I should say where they suggested that. Seventy to ninety percent China all patients come and see the doctor and any given day is in some way related to stress. Seventy to ninety percent. Yet you are a doctor. What do you actually find your surgery? I see things like anxiety insomnia inability to concentrate hormonal problems. Blooms type two diabetes even things I could. BCC and high blood pressure all these seemingly separate problems can have stress as a route driver. I think we really need to give stress a bit more attention. Not only how widespread problem is but also some actionable solutions. So people feel

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"christiane" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

16:09 min | 1 year ago

"christiane" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Greenspace my head down to Earth you're listening to start and the American Museum of Natural uh-huh featuring my interview with longtime war correspondent Christiane Amanpour and I asked her about the dangers of reporting from the frontlines check it out go in the middle of war zones what is how how much are you risking your life your health your every the everything all of those things are at risk but we do it knowingly most of us know what we're putting ourselves on the line for I went to the news museum in DC and there's a whole memorial to the journal Yes because there are a lot of us and I tell you one thing she was a pride in the line of duty indeed and hearing the president of the United States call us fake news enables as those malevolent actors out there who want to kill us and who want to shut down the messenger to do precisely that that's why I'm so upset about the president in his view on news and independent journalism but going into the field is something that we understand comes with a very profound danger and more more danger more and more sophisticated danger more and more sophisticated in brutal ways of of doing away with us as we've seen Isis you know with the with the throat and and all the rest of it no longer we just caught in the crossfire now we are deliberately targeted so that's very dangerous range and that's why we find it so important and if you're not going out there to be serious don't go out there because it could cost you your life and so that's why I'm so so serious and and attached to the mandate which is to seek the truth and to the facts because we put our lives at risk and on the line in order to go there which is why then hate being called the me of the people because we actually serving the people those people who cannot get up for whatever reason of their own free will and accord to go you wherever the war zones with is is we are there is is and we performed that vital function I think but I do also think that One of the flip sides tool this violence and conflict and war is that I have seen shines through and this is what keeps me going the indomitable nature of the human food incredibly inspirational reality of people even at war who can manage somehow maybe their family members may be there auto somehow managed to understand the story of the other two still want to build the bridges to not want to live in endless conflict and who even throughout the worst worst they're wars are dreaming and thinking about the possibility of how to one day again live together I find that war forces you if you have half a brain Hoffa hard to really focus on the story of the other and that's what we don't get enough of today's politics you must be willing to hear and absorb the story of the other you must have some kind of sympathy and empathy otherwise all about you it's a zero sum game I win you lose that's not a negotiation that's not a speaker piece it's a recipe for continued conflict well okay joining us now to discuss reporting from war zones is conflict journalism expert Judith Matt Rav Judah Welcome Star Talk Your Professor at Columbia School Graduate School of Journalism and you developed safety training for journalists around the world and you have a recent book about conflict call not friends but the mountains and subtitled dispatches from the world's violent highlands so you you train journalistic safety is that it's just so so how has the landscape shifted from covering the war in Vietnam which we also well I'm old enough to remember seeing on TV two German enlist in Syria today and are those risks the same are they different well I think there is some very big differences I mean the big risk he might be killed or you might be arrested or you might be tortured or you might be maimed or you might be blowing up in a landmine those are still there though through the constance one major thing which is very different is the the rise of freelancers because as matron news organizations have either collapsed or they've contracted foreign reporting bureaus more freelancers have filled the vacuum and it's very very dangerous for them because they don't have the institutional backing freelances not someone who's a rogue journalistic element there's someone who sells you their stories because they went someplace that your bureau didn't send anybody right and oftentimes they do it on SPEC which means that they're pushing the boundaries of safety they will go into very dangerous situation and a news organization will say come back and show me what you have so they will take incredible risks together that story compensated risks at the time they take the risk exactly exactly and it's a terrible business title I understand why it exists yeah so that's one major difference another major one is the rise of digital and vile communications because this puts us in much more dangerous situations because it increases the surveillance of ourselves even over movements people can find out what are we are at a given time and rogue elements or or governments for instance the Russian government or the Chinese government they know where you are oftentimes and where you're offering if someone has to view you as some kind of an enemy rather than as someone who could tell their story right like our President right so so you reported recently unwarranted Isis in Act both in Iraq and in Syria what precisely where you investigating and looking at civilians who were dying in US led coalition airstrikes and so over the last two almost three years now I've been visiting the sites of air strikes in Iraq and for a particular New York Times magazine investigation I went to the sites one hundred and three airstrikes in three areas formerly held by Isis just to understand who was dying in them and what I found was that civilians were dying at a rate at least in these areas which is likely and undercounted civilian death at a rate that's thirty one times higher than what the US military claims when it puts out when it puts out its statistics about its airstrikes being the most precise in the history of area warfare thirty one Karol thirty one times higher than what the US government claims and it's likely an undercurrent for many reasons he did you fear for your life whereas this post attacks and so you're there rummaging in the rubble with others I mean I often am afraid while I'm doing my reporting and I actually think that being fearful is what can help keep me safe to always feel that way at different moments makes me more observant to die yes no it's a it's a stronger feeling that grips me But I can I can think of moments where I where I did fear there was an area that was recently retaken from Isis and go it's still wasn't wasn't sure how safe it would be I made these plans and I was terrified this was a place that had been played such a historic the rise of Isis and honestly it was the easiest trip I'd taken in all of my reporting in Iraq it wound up I just flew through check I have no idea why but I think the more fearful and often times the more precautions and preparation I do so judy what can I do to handle these kinds of situations well first of all you can Loyd them sure but that's not our top on your preparation beforehand you to your research so you do what we call a risk Smith you speak to many people's you can who've been there who or who are looking at the situation and you identify what the biggest dangerous are and and you work backwards from the worst case scenario and try to mitigate that risk slow let's say your biggest risk is what happened to me in Dagestan in Komo Slim Republic of Russia the biggest risk at that point was being rescued by the government so I had to think about how I was going to avoid that and that's where the surveillance comes in now being arrested I was arrested so I didn't risk analysis the right way to risk assessment was accurate I'd risk assessments accurate the step side took didn't necessarily mitigate it but I did migrate says then another big risk at that time the stream this were blowing up establishments that sold alcohol so you look at the risks and you try you work backwards another thing you do is you try to figure out what your escape routes are going to be you try not to go to one place where there's only one way to get out on and then the plan the back door Yeah Plan B. Plan B. State places with speakeasy he's got it right yeah it's not too many in Dagestan note to south that's true right now it's time for cosmic queries the question about the science of reporting from the frontlines so I've got the two of you here to help us answer these questions because I'll be helpless in this okay Jay Jay z one one two asks what precautions do you take for cell phone use take any I don't want to give too much information because I don't want my secrets to be given up here curve you would encrypt your communications skin burner phone or something from that you away or you would limit your cell communications sell drugs from Virginia asks how much protection does a bulletproof vest and helmet actually give you and I've always wondered about that well I can show you gotta help I brought it with me remind like yoga instructing in the war zone yes so I'm assuming people shoot from the top and no one ever tries to go for the face so that's nice Yes oh come on your face is exposed so what does this is heavy but once the hey this is really heavy so heavy so I never understood okay so this protect your vital it protects us face which I count as a Vinyl Oregon so is this really just to protect against debris rather than a blatant bullets as well and the flak jackets have different degrees of strengths and some of them were protect against certain weaponry and others not you know it's heavy you have to actually trained to walk and run in those but I have had friends that have died with a helmet because as a bullet slightly freaky but will it went up there and I have had friends who've died because evil it's winning the side they're not they won't protect every part of your body but obviously protect you from a lot so your alternatives just not go at all as you said earlier to stay home learns about anything or you go you can also do long distance reporting for instance there were quite a lot of revelations about Russian troops being Ukraine that were what's done purely off social media I mean you can actually do quite a logs. Investigative work at a distance drones command central drones anywhere in the world and you put them in and they become your eyes and ears as journalists well call him satellite we'll put him in space thank you for joining us tonight up next Christiane four shares how she convinced a member of the Taliban to sit down for an interview when star talk returns this is start welcome back talk even natural history right here in New York City we're featuring my interview with international news correspondent Christiane Amanpour and I asked about some of the cultural the challenges that she faced around the world is check it out we know they're men out there especially men pastor who run stuff in other cultures occasionally in our culture but especially in other cultures where wise woman interviewing me I need a man who who I don't care what our credentials are she's a woman you know their cultures with this is the attitude there so how do you get through that by not taking that nonsense and not dealing with it you know just like excuse me what now I'm the interviewer we're going to do it I'll give you a perfect example Afghanistan at the beginning of the Taliban so there is nothing more patriarchal and religious and an little wax out than the todd on when it comes to women because of their interpretation of religion they decided that they did I wanna be interviewed because they don't believe in television remember they don't believe in television and certainly they didn't believe in a woman engaging with them but I convinced them I convinced is this leader in this particular town where they're just stormed up from Pakistan and we're beginning to take over Afghanistan this is nine hundred ninety six and so how we negotiate did this interview was that you know here I was but the camera was was they. They insisted that the camera be focused not on the gentleman face but on the vase of plastic flowers on the glass table that was at his at his knees so we did that and then we broadened the shot to see his hands and things like that but it became a very memorable interview very memorable because of the complete weirdness of for the unscientific evolution of this person's brain and who did not want to have anything to do with my gender all the technology that is television the to was verboten for the todd about a surreal. Yeah Yeah and I had to against right I was a woman and I was a television journalist but we got it have you experienced what she described with the Taliban I mean with Anybody absolutely I mean I've interviewed warlords clerics Mullah's people who were isis but I didn't realize at the time until I did a little bit more digging well we get the interview no matter what it takes now I mean your safety comes first I do believe that not taking no answer has been.

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"christiane" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

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17:55 min | 1 year ago

"christiane" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

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"christiane" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

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"christiane" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Excuse me let's do this coast tonight comedian Eugene it is not to put words in your mouth are you suggesting that in the case of disinformation people you should study them the way you would study any other culture abusive how to get in and to be able to communicate I think journalists in that case should actually be should actually be doing doing stories on climate deniers they should actually try to investigate the lab the reporter who in this case as immediately says he doesn't want to speculate proceeds to very specific statistic that he does not the source of proceeds to show US graphs in which he confuses correlation and causation and then went on to consult a an expert who offended they had no expertise in the subject then manipulated her words to fit his narrative contradicted what was behind him it could go on and on and on so Christiane Amanpour all she's known for her journalistic integrity and she also voiced the character of an head Doina in a science series that I knew something about called Cosmos Space Time Odyssey so I asked her about her her interest in science and we're that Wish you might trace those origins because it I just like knowing because I'm a science geek and there's a little bitty was when I was woken up at the crack of I don't even really remember what time it was because I was in England and Neil Armstrong was on the moon I can't remember what time GMT that was but do remember my mother and my grandfather waking me up sitting me down beside the television black and white to watch that and I remember even today almost tears to my eyes to imagine that humankind was able to break those barriers and breach those frontiers and and somebody a human being was actually walking on the moon and planting a flag and and that whole you know one small step one giant leap? I've never Gordon it I've never forgotten that moment ever ever ever and it is still you know it gives my machination these flights of fancy well up next we will discuss the risks of reporting from wars when starts off one of our most popular segments on star talk as cosmic queries you ask the questions and Neil and are science experts answered them how do you submit a query follows star talk on facebook twitter instagram and Youtube and look out for calls for unreas- based around the specific topic we post a call for questions every time we need them for a.

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Erika Jayne Gives Fans an Underwhelming 30-Minute Concert

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

Erika Jayne Gives Fans an Underwhelming 30-Minute Concert

"I was at Eric Jane's on concert in New Jersey and Melissa Gorgon was in vip introduce we talked and then the the show was actually thirty minute as long it was very short show no judgment everyone works through their art was it though like how much was each minute it I mean it was she did she has three songs that we love and that she has deep cuts what would and so don't you kinda call them deep cuts as though like when you know billy Joel this is classical music yeah it was so Melissa feel me getting tired in this thirty minutes set and so she saw me on losing steam and she started to hunt me to get me excited for the concert and honestly her hauntingly got me back into the show and I was able to finish out seizing sent out in the audience as sort of a fluffer she was in we were in VIP it was like there was like a separate set of people and it was like pressing she she knew I was like part of press and so she got me excited and I I think that that's the sign of a good friend and who sees some people not maybe not during the show I enjoyed the show she's reading energy energy for someone to lose steam and I'm sorry call your thirty minute shower it wasn't a great show it was tough expensive with a great number as it is I did number power to the songs because when I see feels very lacklustre through the screaming I could totally wrong she is great she had spent a lot of money on production yes so you always see the talent lies you really see the production the dancers are bringing it Oh it was a beautiful her videos are where she comes up cuts you know what I mean like for her to stand up for answer for thirty minutes it's like that's a lot of time for some artists well it's not like J. Lo where she's going to have amazing answer this that and the other but still the main event remains Jaylo yes it's almost she's overshadowing herself which is both smart but also there's a comparison you can't help but make yeah yeah yeah he songs I would not do a single hover no she did her deepest saw her old saw did she try to break it down at any point like where it's just like her in a Mike and just really yes so she has honestly a gorgeous outfit sorry it was honestly a gorgeous outfit she was wearing like rhinestone cowboy boots that were like Christiane something released and like a gorgeous robe I'm and she likes RAV and it's like black and there's like lights in there are no dancers it's deconstructed but it's doesn't sh- it's not the same like are they doing halo is the horse and that's that's the that's the Halo Lopez brings down I'm still I'm still jenny from complexities gorgeous just say though I think it would behoove Erica if any of her hangers-on are listening Mikey's rolling love I love mikey dolls I we work video that she bring it down put on the robe and do now we know how much do that way with her teaching because this is where the fans are coming from and she taught to read to do that and why not do it. did you not do it and also make it kind of like shade for on poorly APP reform exactly I think that would be a good performance I was really deeply invested in Erica she was a house that I latched onto the most and so this arc I am not on the train where do you find eric now I yeah well she just doesn't want to give up her soul to reality TV which is beautiful like that's a good person but it's not a good Riady the listeners across America or across about five states are longing in their cars right now because for the what we've needed all this time which is she doesn't want to give up Saudi television and for that I cannot forgive that is a noble worthy cause get off my teeth exactly makes her brave makes her smart but it does not make Kerr a lovable star and you know why I'm angry at her for doing that is because Asia has a soul to give up would you don't be she gave us that promise that she was willing to we're down her whole life and her life seems to be doing okay and I don't like

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Boris Johnson and Trump: Whose day was worse?

Amanpour

09:07 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson and Trump: Whose day was worse?

"Welcome to the program everyone. I'm Christiane Amanpour in New York where world leaders speaking at the United Nations General Assembly President Donald Trump's speech was heavily focused focused on his domestic reelection agenda lashing out at what he called a permanent political class he railed against China and Iran too and later though he seem to relax at a meeting with his closest European soulmate the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson but both face major crises at home controversies as the call into question their commitment to the rule of law and democracy itself here in the United States the latest scandal to engulf the president his phone call to the Ukrainian leader and request to investigate his political opponent the former vice president Joe Biden and he is now facing renewed calls for impeachment here's what the president had had to say as he arrived at the UN. It's a witch hunt. I'm leading in the polls. They have no idea how they stopped me the only way they can try through impeachment humint. This has never happened to President before. There's never been a thing like this before. It's nonsense and when you see the call when you see the readout of the call which I assume whom you'll see at some point you'll understand. That call was perfect. It couldn't have been nicer and even the Ukrainian government put out a statement. That was perfect call. There was no pressure. Put on them whatsoever. So of course we are waiting for a transcript that call but as for Boris Johnson before he took to the podium the Supreme Court at home home issued a momentous decision that is controversial five weeks suspension of parliament was in fact unlawful and it's another in a string of severe blows that he suffered since becoming prime minister and vowing to push brexit through do or died. Yes obviously this is a voted that oh we will respect and we respect the judicial process so I have to say I strongly disagree with what the justices found I didn't think that right but we will go ahead and Paul comeback and parliament is coming back tomorrow so democracy. Chrissy and rule of law are in focus on both sides of the pond today with me now to discuss share our oh he's the former French ambassador to the United States and also to the United Nations and Jane Harman. She's president and CEO the Wilson Center and she also served nine terms as a member of Congress. Well let us get to the heart of the matter I started by saying both these issues that we've highlighted do in fact speak directly to the commitment of our leaders to the rule of Lauren democracy. Let me ask you first because the president of the United States is in the crosshairs right now well they both fit it was interesting to hear Boris Johnson and just say that he will respect the decision. I think the alternative is to go to jail in Britain. It's very clear what the role of that court is. and I think that means that he may lose his majority because what will happen unless he can pull a no brexit deal together which he doesn't seem to be able to do you may have to extend the deadline is that Farrage Farraj brexit tears will bail from the Conservative Party and I I don't know where the future leadership of what about the president of the United States. I mean here now. There's increased pressure on Nancy Pelosi who stood back from this idea of getting in meshed in an impeachment but this huge amount of pressure on her now right here is ah of course the rule of law should prevail here. I think it's important to see what the whistle blower wrote and I think it will either leak or be given to Congress soon and then we'll we'll have more information. I think a partisan impeachment is a very sad result of this. Should it come to that. I saw the movie in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight against Bill Clinton. what happens is the president gets stronger. This will feed his sense of grievance. You just showed a a piece where he said that hat and and it will keep us divided instead if we wait and get more information and there is a bipartisan way forward. I think that will be much healthier for the country and for the rule Jira aerobic. I WanNa ask you also about well. Let me ask you I actually about the UK Parliament and the You you K- Supreme Court that has determined that it was unlawful and unconstitutional. What Boris Johnson did I know you're looking at it also in a lens of Brexit. How what do you make of the rule of law aspect of it? I think it would be embarrassing. Ears debt for a lot of citizens especially you know the people walk close to the the populist wave that we are facing it could appear as a new attempt by the establishment to block brexit and so I do think whatever my personal feelings towards Brexit of course I would prefer the UK to remain in European Union. I think that the UK has to leave you. You you know fifty. Two percent of the of the British voted for it you know in France we add a referendum in two hundred five here about the EU Constitution Institution fifty five percent of the French said no and eventually it went through the parliament and today the populist are still saying you stole the vote of the French so I I really again. We have to respect the rule of law but we have also to understand that there is a sort of tension between what the citizens want expressed express their anger and decision of the judge really interested to hear you both you on the on the on the Donald trump situation that an impeachment might in fact strengthen him and you're Democrat so I'm saying it in that regard and actually produce a backlash and you're saying that even the Supreme Court ruling might produce a backlash. That's interesting. I mean Boston well. I think there is an alternative. I I think Nancy Pelosi suggested last week that the the procedure of the office of Legal Counsel at the Justice Department that prevents sitting President President from being indicted might be overturned by legislation and if courts consider. Let's come back to court whether Donald Trump pass committed crimes. I think that would be better than a partisan impeachment. What worries me about this is that there will be democratic. Support in the Senate a Dick Durbin has just come out in favor of impeachment and there is growing a consensus in the Democratic Caucus in the house so I think she probably has to move well. I'm a hearing actually that CNN sources are confirming that Speaker Pelosi is going to start an announce the process towards impeachment the formal the process which everyone knows is is basically the beginning of impeachment but what happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight was not pretty the better movies to the Democratic Ready President Bill Clinton and Republican stampede to impeach him. several counts were adopted in the house but in the Senate he was not convicted it and what happened was he got stronger and the driving force got weaker. the better movie was in the early seventies when I was a young council in the Senate the Nixon impeachment which was bipartisan bill call in then a freshman in the house later a Republican senator and then Secretary of defense had the courage to join the Democrats crats and the whole inquiry was much more low key in serious and after that the Democratic Senate leaders are the Senate leaders Republican Senate leaders came to Richard Nixon and said you will be convicted and he resigned and that was an orderly process based on whatever were were the facts at the time so I'm hoping that if it comes to this and impeachment is very sad thing to happen but if it comes to this and there certainly are a lot of allegations out there that it will be bipartisan and it we'll be done in a manner that gets the respect of not just our country but the world I mean so far. There is no indication at all that they'll be bipartisanship because the Republican Party has become the trump party in terms of all intensive for people who are leaving running against trying to run against the three of them Gerardo. I would like to play you a couple of soundbites because I want to ask you about the credibility of some of the reasons that president trump is giving for having tried to talk to the Ukrainian president. I'm I going to play the one that that he said earlier the conference talking about a congratulatory they treat message to the Ukrainian president. It's just play that conversation I had was is largely. Congratulatory was largely corruption. All of the corruption fixing play was largely the fact that we don't want our people like the vice. President Biden is done creating big corrupt already in the Ukraine

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 The Latest on the Kashmir status

Amanpour

07:56 min | 1 year ago

The Latest on the Kashmir status

"We looked the heating tensions between two major u._s. Allies a nuclear armed nations india and pakistan. It all kicked off on monday. When the indian prime minister narendra modi announced that he was removing kashmir's special status from the indian constitution putting its autonomy in peril in an address to the nation today the indian prime minister doubled down saying that his actions would free cash of terrorism in a nutshell kashmir is a contentious piece of land split split mostly between india and pakistan and they have fought three wars over it already. The pakistani government is responding so far by suspending trade with its neighbor the and downgrading diplomatic relations as this tense standoff develops we have asked for indian officials to join us but they've so far declined and i'm joined now by pakistan's ambassador the to the united nations me lodhi ambassador. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. How serious is this in the view of your government. I don't just mean politically for your government but regionally and what might do given the tension between your ought to nations christian. Let's i get the facts straight. How was this crisis triggered. It was triggered by illegal eagle annexation by the indian government off the state of jammu in kashmir which is an internationally recognized dispute in fact where i sit at the united the nation's it is a dispute that is functionally on the u._n. Security council agenda because there are a series of u._n. Security council resolutions that have of course on india to allow the people of jammu in kashmir to freely determine their destiny through a so the crisis is triggered by an illegal an illegitimate action by india and let's just get the rest of the facts straight. The facts are that there is a blanket curfew in occupy genuine cushman people. There are locked up. It's called a lock down which has entered its fourth david. Actually this has been a prolonged lockdown. These people have been deprived tribe of the liberty for seventy years or more now. They're going to be deprived of their identity because the action by the indian government what does it actually do. Ooh what it does is to also allow the indian government to bring about demographic changes in dublin kushner and therefore to really really threaten the identity of the kashmiri people as far as my government is concerned and my prime minister and my country's concern. We reject this move. We heard what prime hi mr moody said just a few hours ago and it was a dishonest deceitful and disingenuous justification of their action which has no basis in law and it's certainly flouts in flagrant violation. Security council has been ambassador. Let me ask you this. Let me ask because those are very very tough words. You're using you are the u._n. Ambassador you've just reminded us all how this is enshrined in international law given the dispute you should be resolved according to the international community so what is the united nations and the security council going to do about this so they taking it up well. I have been in meetings with top officials and i have reminded them of their responsibility. Pakistan has going to go to the security council. It is going to remind mind the security council and its members indeed all of the united nations of its responsibility and what is that responsibility that responsibility is to ensure and let me say to christiane for your viewers and important resolution. It's called resolution thirty eight of the security council and the paragraph two of that resolution says a country does not have the right to materially change the situation in cushman and that's precisely what the indian government it has done so my country wants a peaceful settlement of this issue. We've always called for a negotiated settlement which is an accordance with security council resolutions russians and in accordance with the wishes of the schmead people. Let's not forget the issue is about people it's about the people who have been deprived of their right to live the way they want to be governed the way they want to end today even pro indian politicians in in kashmir have been locked up so if prime minister narendra modi's says that this is in the interests of the jungle in kashmir people the question he has to answer is why do you have to lock up the entire state of genuine kashmir why because no cash media will accept what the indian government has done a we we we. We don't accept what the indian government has done. We checked it and we'll go to the council and we'll make all these points at the council and we will insist that the council implement its own resolutions because i think the choice right now is do we want to live in a rules-based world where international law supreme or do we want to live in a world which is ruled by the law of the jungle and this is what india has done it his floated international law and it has flouted security council resolutions. You mentioned lockdown and lock up. We've heard reports that opposition politicians in in jammu kashmir have been arrested and as you say landlines are down. The internet is down. Mobile phone is down very very difficult to get an idea of exactly what's happening on the ground there but i do want to ask you because the whole world knows that this piece of disputed land has been the cause of three wars between between your nations and today your army chief the the pakistani army chief said that the country would do all that's necessary go to any extent to support cash mary's and then the foreign minister said the pakistan is not looking to respond militarily so can i hear it from you. Do you think that there's is going to be a military solution to this or do you still have diplomatic intentions. No i mean we have said very clearly that all diplomatic diplomats and political options are on the table pakistan has no interest and no desire to escalate the situation. This is an escalation that was triggered by by an illegal and illegitimate act and we would like the international community now to stand up for principle for law for justice and to address the plight eight of the kashmiri people as i keep saying christiane. This is about people in that state in an occupied state an occupation that has been brutal india has moved additional troops into occupied jammu and kashmir why obviously to suppress the voice of the kashmiri people but one day the curfew will have have to end one day these restrictions will have to go and then the indian government will hear the voice of the kashmiri people and that voice will be to get get out of kashmir to leave kashmir and to reverse this illegal annexation but that's also gives rise to all sorts of worries because if they do protests as most people believe they will and some have suggested they will if and when this curfew is is is raised that also could trigger a response so let me ask you because obviously president trump has met president prime minister modi of india several times and he also just hosted prime minister imran khan oh prime minister at the white house and when they were talking president trump said that prime minister mody had mentioned. Maybe he into mediating in this. Let me just play what president trump said. I was with prime minister modi two weeks ago and we talked about this subject and he actually flea said. Would you like to be a mediator or arbitrator. I said

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"christiane" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"christiane" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You mean the comedy central show christiane all the ball welcome back to the show thank you it's always good to have you here on buzz is all this is only you could do whatever you wish by the shower popping in from the uk here for a little bit this is interesting because every time i see we we we talk about the news yes you're deeply entrenched in the news but this is a different series will talk to you about the new can you yeah it's been a crazy news has right a robert muller subpoenaing trump's the whole organization and the whole organization focused on any documents to deal with russia business so let me austin is what happens if mother just finds that it's money laundering does he walk away i don't know i don't think so everybody saying follow the money follow the money except trump he's like don't feel wonderful profiling his new chief economic adviser meeting on low my favorite is these bumble yeah just shut three negotiates man there's no new out there's nothing 'em let's talk about the series 'cause there's and this is this is asking i feel like this is you doing a passion project each year out of the news yeah and going i wanna focus on sex and what is the series about so i had to try to focus on something to give me some arrest spied right on the stress of the times we live in right i understand that and i just was really fortunate to have come up with this idea to have basically persuaded and had this wonderful conversation with anthony bourdain parts unknown right you know him very well he's on cnn end we decided this was a great conversations have andrew concealing a little bit of oakwood as it starts amateur table saying so how sex right now the most the most profound question for our ever it's very much fun whole series and all the different cities around the world is a lot of fun and importantly again relative to one of your previous segments just now these women are not shocked it so to speak right these women are victims these other women who i found around the world and all these cities even with the restrictive norms around women they live the sexuality who actually trying to change the dynamic and want to take their own happiness into their hands and don't want to leave their mothers live where everything was arranged marriage was arraigned right you know they had to do everything according to the family or according to the man and that that is something that makes the series different yeah it really is a celebration of women controlling their sex with in the different parameters around the world as it is interesting to see the dynamic 'cause you different city yet you speak to different women one thing that really fascinated me was when you spoke about going to a war zone yeah i went to a war zone speaking to wives and lovers and saying how do you maintain your love enjoy sex in the midst of a walk 'cause you you don't think of that i know we see something happening in syria we forget that somebody is slashing exactly what she inspired me to do the series that very question about those very people brides all my career i've done extreme reporting in extreme conditions so i i i watched the human condition in the most extreme circumstances and they're worried about survival worried about you know feeding the children right about saying this and that and i thought but you know what there is another side to the coin of the human condition and that side is happiness it's a love it intimacy sex it's how do women especially in these parts of the world actually express their most basic need rice how did they ask for it is that right why do we have the right to pursuit of happiness and fulfillment and all the rest of it and they don't in in japan it's interesting because you you you don't just talk about the women who are unfulfilled but you talk about a culture they're struggling right now because you you know you're talking about in the series i think it's forty percent of japanese men of virginia's enzi jordan right and many men and women have never touch touching public they don't know how to communicate so sex is on the decline showing the decline and it's very to boost subject.

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"christiane" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Christiane amanpour. Thank you so much for being on the show. It's a great pleasure Preet. How's your new show going? I think really well you'd have to ask the viewers. But by all accounts is going really well, and I'm very very very happy about it. It's in practically all the PBS households and markets, and it's doing incredibly, well, according to the metrics, they have but more to the point according to the response that I get and I just think, and I hope that it's because these times demand and require unisom really deep conversation and not necessarily too much shouting too much talking head. You know, we try to take on the the breaking news of the day and the main news of the day, but to go behind it as well and sort of dig down and have real. Compensations on the real. So the policies and substance that affects people on a day-to-day basis. Romping I think it's terrific. And I think that you terrific job. My question, though, is why isn't there more programming like that? You know, there's a lot of timing. It's with with a panel of seven nobody ever digs deep. Onto us about that. You're going to have to us the bosses. I'm just a humble what can I say? A humble servant. Why can't you become with all this experience and all these connections? Why can't you become a media titan? What are you seeing? What's happening with the media titans right now. I'm happy just to be a good old foot soldier in the trenches. That's who. I am. What I am. I'm a reporter. I always have been perhaps, honestly, perhaps that is what I'm transferring to to my studio show. The fact that I've been there I've seen it. I've done it. I continued to be out there talking to the people whether the civilians or the policymakers or whoever it is that are the real players. And so I I think that hopefully people see a sense of experience that I bring to the table a very very very high Bs meter, a very very high level of refusing to take no for an answer and demanding a question to be honored for the people. Who are I like to say my constituents, and I don't say that in any arrogant way, but the people who turn on the TV or turn on the laptop or their phone whatever platform they using to try to figure out what was saying. On on the show on any given night. So I take it very seriously. I don't sort of..

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Venezuela's Maduro says he's ready to negotiate as Trump calls Guaidó

Amanpour

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela's Maduro says he's ready to negotiate as Trump calls Guaidó

"President Donald Trump up the ante with Venezuela today personally, calling interim president y to offer support then his Wade are taking to the streets again following a call from Guido for people to put more pressure on what the US now called former President, Nicolas Maduro. Why does also urging the old powerful Venezuelan military to get on the side of the people while my Doro is ratcheting up pressure on him treason old why does assets and barring him from leaving the country, but he's also leaving his door open for talks telling Russian media that he would negotiate with the opposition for the good of Venezuela for the world and its future. But just not about their demand for new elections. Komo's specula- is the opposition's new envoy to the United States and he met president vice President Mike Pence at the White House yesterday. He's joining us now from washing. Mr. Vecchio, welcome to the program. Thank you very much for having meeker San. So this is a really important moment of the president of the United States of voice support early on for Mr. Guido. And now he's actually picked up the phone or they've talked on the phone anyway. And he's got support Guido from President Trump. Can you tell me exactly what kind of support the president offered? I think the most important thing is to support our agenda, and that's what we have been talking with the United States and also with Latin American countries and the European Union's union on our agendas, so clear Christiane, first of all we want to end user of power of mother, then we want to move to a democratic system establishing a transitional government. And after that, we want to call for a free and trust election as soon as possible. This is our were again, this were we want to move forward. And that's why we are requesting the support of the international community on it is important to mention I mean, this is not only about the United States. Again. This is a fight between, you know, the free world against dictatorship. I get it. I know you're saying this is a fight between dictatorship and democracy, just explained. For people who are watching, and they think well, hang on a second president Madero claims that he won the elections and won Guido has not been elected president describe how you going to square that circle. And how you going to resolve what many might have is a question, Mark. Will we have to keep in mind that my Ludo conducted a fake election last year in order to to keep six more years in power. So that was declared by the oil. Yes. In the InterAmerican system as illegal as illegitimate election. And that's why he's not longer the president. His doesn't have how thority to conduct the Brazilians the of Venezuela. I'm the given that we don't have a prison. In the constitutional order and following our constitution under article two three three uterine half constitutional president the president of the national assembly has to assume the competences of the present. So that's why we are claiming they'll get him a sea of a long way though as interim president of Venezuela. And I understand that you won't even be in a position to be able to organize new elections for quite a while. So given that and given that Maduro says he's willing to negotiate with the opposition only not over your demands for free elections. He says he's going to stay till twenty twenty-five when theoretically the current term he's embarking on expires. What is your plan b what do you do if this continues and persists and my Douro holds onto power. So as I said Gerstein, we want to continue with our agenda. If we don't stop do they use her patient of firewood of my. I mean, the crisis will be even worse. So we need to stop that on. If we're willing to negotiate our agenda on on they know that. So we need to put more pressure on the streets with our people. We have the momentum. We have the leadership of one way up we have the institution of the national assembly events wheel. And we have this report of the international community. So I hope we can conduct as move transition in order to establish a democratic government and this stop the suffering off Venezuela. So obviously, we're seeing pictures, and we know that people have come out.

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Saudi woman fleeing family arrives in Canada

Howie Carr

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi woman fleeing family arrives in Canada

"One one eighteen year old Saudi Arabian woman who claim to be trying to escape her family's abuse has arrived in Canada granted asylum by Canadian foreign minister Christiane freely. Rather than cursing? Muhammed Al Koran barricaded herself and hotel room in Bangkok just over a week ago took to social media to plead her case Cohen told Human Rights Watch. She had suffered beatings and death threats for male relatives

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Trump says Canada not needed in NAFTA deal, warns Congress not to interfere

Fresh Air

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says Canada not needed in NAFTA deal, warns Congress not to interfere

"Trump tweeted. Today that if congress doesn't stay out of trade negotiations with Canada he'll terminate, NAFTA completely NPR's Scott Horsely reports Washington in Toronto. Had hoped to reach a deal by yesterday but the deadline passed President Trump. Jolted trade talks. Friday with a leak news interview and when. She said any agreement with Canada would have to come. Strictly on US terms asked how she could go she ate with someone who's unwilling to. Compromise Canadian, foreign minister Christiane, Freeland replied she believes the, Americans are bargaining in good faith it is going to take flexibility on all sides. To get to a deal in the end we are Confident that, that a win win, win deal is, possible and we're always going to stand up for the national interest. And for Canadian values the US has already struck a tentative deal with Mexico to update NAFTA. But it's not clear whether, lawmakers would go along with that to party, deal if Canada this left

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"christiane" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"Could i just put an out and that's like as i jay z's you gotta listen to this fucking okay yes so huge man yeah the point i was gonna make was that why people have rules and yes i don't think it's necessarily as white people i think it's i think people in general because i was i was i was just sometimes i get about society like to reach out to people just kind of talk my thoughts out part of my have is buggies so i was thinking this and people are fucking stupid and religionists and and he's like people people need religion man and i was like no don't miss it's detrimental it's it mentally enslaved people yet he's like people don't have time to think about the shit that thinking about people don't this is all elective all this is all i mean the yes the people need look rules and laws make society possible like literally there's that's what society agree did you read that book sapiens all right you gotta read it like you of all people forget your room something just say but his one of his premises it's the it's the history of human kind on earth in one of his premises his premise is that there's these agreed to myths that and that's what society is this paper is money and we all go yep it sure is i mean the lot that's money no it's no longer paper it's not just paper it's money and we go data's correct we all go that yes it is and christiane like every religion every every border borders are myths there's no there's no iraqi around there's no redid but do that's what i'm saying like it's so up your alley it's crazy like i thought you recommended it to me.

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"christiane" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"You don't pass you have you hire people to do that and they do it nobody pays attention and they create this enabling legislation which is better than than just saying this is what's going to happen so but then the city council does it they implemented in a way that nobody's paying attention and so the major part about that is that people are gonna pay attention thanks for the call attention chris is in pawtucket christiane wpro i'm i don't wanna now just yesterday from providence yeah that was ridiculous because it on a ticket that's what your clock that and what your excess speed was caught up thirty one my excess speed was thirty so i guess i should have been doing one that's weird so you're excess be here because in the in the school zone they should have been speech species been eleven miles an hour right doc aside at four o'clock in the afternoon which is which douglas avid should have been twenty five on any other time not during school hours right so i i would send you know everyone does six anyway if there was a cop berry probably why pulled over but doing six in your mind i was doing to your students six miles an hour over twenty five mile an hour zone which by the way i said this to commissioner of the day and made the point i said the fact that you're finding people at eleven miles over the speed limit has basically acquiescing to the fact that the that the twenty mile an hour speed limit is is not even something you need responsible starting wine i know believe me i would schools over everybody's pretty much gone going thirty one miles an hour down a residential road is not dangerous a residential neighborhood this daca sobbing br even better right way over just thirty miles an hour and i was contact anyone.

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"christiane" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You know you talk about in the series i think it's forty percents of japanese men of virgin yes extrordinary right and many men and women have never touched touch in public they don't know how to communicate and sex is on the decline so on the decline and it's very tabu subject and they don't have words for i love you or they don't use the loud and there's a lot of really poignant interviews in the tokyo episode which she just sort of clip from and at the end of this program this episode we have this fabulous couple who want to buck this system and buck this trend and they've created this thing called the adoring husband society where regularly the husband has to go and stand and shout and bello i love you to their wives what if they have to do yes as well as other things wait so you stop by just walk out in the like i love your the show yeah what is this thank you so big over show again gca temp of christiane daily show with trevor no here's a dish what's the daily show weeknights at eleven ten central on central and the company says what school episodes and videos at the daily show dot com and on facebook twitter instagram for exclusive content in this has been a comedy central podcast.

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"christiane" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"It's just it's hip it's a pop christiane parade every day yes and and you know the other thing that just tells me as we talk about oh we love our cave that we want to protect their kids will i am discretionary it's all about gun control well i have just question sean if we robert kim so much and why don't we take just screamed away from and as far as i know the depression rate among teens has skyrocketed because of social media because everybody's comparing themselves with everybody else if we really love our kids the why are we allowing abortion up until the ninth month of we really love our kids then why are we allowing them to be entered teen to death and for for them to have taken god out of the schools and for them to has parents of the deal with i mean every parent um look i always i never had a problem of playstation or xbox or the games that kids play and maybe it was because of my upbringing i'm and i was addicted to pinball and pacman and all of those you know stargames i've drives the dick did all of it but i think you're right i mean it's what what are we allowing our kids have access to i think one of the worst things you can do is apparent is put a television in the kid's room the never going to do anything but watch tv you got to limit the amount of tv they watch you gotta make sure that they spend some time ridi you gotta make sure that they do their job every day and you know it's not going to be that they're not gonna like you because you're making them read and be disciplined and do their job but that's that's what life is all about nobody gets an easy path in life everybody it's not every i don't.

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"christiane" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And to see it all be put into play again is very destablizing particularly as you have a very real issue much much worse and much much more dangerous in north korea which actually has nuclear devices which actually has tested them which actually has intercontinental ballistic missile ability and continuing to perfect them and which is now perfecting you know the militarization of a of a nuclear weapon to put on a longrange missile that's a problem and to tear up the iran deal first of all the signal it sends to north korea about negotiator or anybody the you want to negotiate with harris and you're going to sign on the dotted line with the united states a deal that is enshrined in the un security council and becomes a resolution and is dealt with all the other countries who are important you're going to rip that up what does that say what does that say to anybody who you're trying to convince entice force nego she eight compromise with to try to to to have that sewage but worse even worse what is it mean if you've got now to rogue nuclear problems what if iran decides it oh my god you know we're going to have to i don't think they will i don't i hope that this deal won't fall apart but when you got one big thing to deal with you really don't wanna be creating another big thing christiane amanpour so good to be with you i could talk to you for several hours and look forward to many future comes as david axelrod thank you very much.

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"christiane" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And i'm like well here we are and we and we got serious scoops for that and again i'm really junior they're all these you know network guys who are wellknown to all eu viewers and all the rest vip and i got a couple of scoops because i was a girl and the prince's decided they going to put this girl who obviously wasn't going to create much trouble in a car and driver to the border and i got lots of good pictures and stories and and how it was great it was really great we'll be right back with christiane amanpour support for the acts vials comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash acts files equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash cnn on on the on the gulf war uh the united states and the allied forces obviously ejected iraq quickly and could have marched right to baghdad and could have toppled saddam hussein did you recognize at the time.

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"christiane" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:53 min | 4 years ago

"christiane" Discussed on The Big 98

"Christiane i'm all your favorite artists yep the other thing truth for the the core two madam now in the moon ole sis watch nissan he from around the seemed you're gonna have gone and jews the things which soon the we aim handlers which is fine in the head no the dog the law one the the the as you and me with my injury in his thing is the guy was marred the neck of the day to day go this rare no one the now the law ann dowd the lead the bear three him no the core you are the only ooh the lenovo now linnea now in the jio oh god remember no no way the woman that would be there the.

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