17 Burst results for "David Stevens"

"david stevens" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"david stevens" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

"Did try to get the. Supreme Court to ignore the whole ballot in case clash with the attorney general and it's a crazy thing we've been talking. We've been keeping up with this. Because, we WANNA, make sure that when it comes to the balloting, we don't have any kind of shenanigans like we did in twenty sixteen evenly like we did recently. In the center ring of the conservative circus, we have a David Stevens he's the he's county recorder a right off the Bat. What do you make of the fact that our secretary of state refused to defend Arizona Law in court in the recent voter registration extension case. Well. Thank you Jim Cheap and me on. The actually goes beyond that. She failed to notify us as it was going to happen There's fifteen elected officials that actually do this work. We weren't there at the first case we weren't there second attempt they. She initially wasn't going to appeal the ruling which which vacated the state laws around the nineties about the twenty nine day closer. So. we decided as counties where we're going to start doing our own thing and the suggestion came out one. We just all jumped on the and Meka spree the governor. But. Ironically, only ten recorders jumped onto that reporters chose not to just say neutral or be in favor of vacating the state law. So that went through and the original date was the twenty third The sector safe filed a brief after she got four semi she got forced into it 'cause the attorney general the governor got involved and she came out with this. Well, let's cancel on the sixteenth. And our question we've been on two phone calls this week where did the sixteenth come from? We were pressing her some of us were on these answers. Well, she came up with out of out of the blue. Like who have you talked about this nobody she hasn't talked to any recorder. She just made up the day out out of out of thin air, but she wanted to make it sixteen. For the tissues grace, period and thank goodness..

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"david stevens" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"david stevens" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"None. That would mean it's one thing just to be like, here are flowers. You can have it if you want them for them to go, you know, do whatever I have the sexy one Hold on playing like you guys can we can do that. I caught it because we can't do that. Um, this is kind of amazing When someone retires after many years with the company. They typically get a gift from the employer, right? I don't know if you do hear, I don't think you do. I think it's double the door hit you on the way out of anything. But the boss of one UK company is the one handing out gifts on his way out the door. His name is David Stevens, chief executive of Admiral, which is a car insurance company. He's retiring from the business. He started with a team of just 57 back in 2000, for they've now grown to 10,500 employees worldwide, and he's giving them $12.7 million to split. Now That doesn't mean a lot for each individual person. But I think it means 1200 bucks for each full timer and 635 for each part timer, But he could just keep it right. 12 million bucks. Just be like your marriage. She is 20 million Mohr, you know, put in my P. J. Let's ride into the sunset or whatever, but he wanted to say thank you to all the admiral staff. He said. This was the right thing to do. We're proud, unfortunate to have worked with such a special group of people because you people leave are they get canned? And then they get like these golden parachutes of gazillion dollars or whatever. And he gave it back was nice in that nice man. Me and maybe we should play the sexy women seem way here. Yeah, Mama takes, you know 45 minutes to live instead actually get an email. Fred show is on one of three..

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Of sense of ways I think how do you feel about the event this week how it's all played out? Yeah. I mean you kind of you said that I have. Never really been a fan of political pageantry, I. Think at best is kitsch worst. It looks quite fascist. So I'm kinda relieved to see less of the performance cervitti fewer people standing in front of banks of. Stars and Stripes flags although that's more of a Republican vibe I admit. I think you know what we need. The moment is very serious contemplation of the issues America and really the Western World Faces and how we can start to resolve those and I think that a platform without the cheering crowds where carefully thought through statements and sentiments can be allowed can be digested where they can be left to resonate is probably of more use than baying mobs in whatever political leaning kind of. Clamoring in favor of anyone because they drop a witty one liner in a in a in a speech. While August imaginary and Coauthor Rebelo contributions worthy of balloon drop or sheriff tickertape a little ways here on the late edition. Thank you both very much being with us on the program. Today we will have full reaction for you throughout the day tomorrow here monocle twenty four from tonight's closing night of the Democratic National Convention. That is all I'm afraid to say we have time for for the late edition today. On the today was David Stevens in London a big thanks to him as always to I'm Thomas here in Toronto. Thank you very much for listening and we'll see you tomorrow..

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"We. I did these letters from our correspondence from our bureau chiefs the start of the pandemic and already the story has changed and evolved and developed in different ways in different places and it's great to have checked in with so many of our key people around the world today and you can see the some places are racing ahead if you're in Vienna. Life is very different from here in London but says more optimism and more of a plan falling in place in most cities now than the was just a few weeks ago so we're all hopeful that civic leaders have begun to get their heads around what needs to be done but more importantly the we have that we understand that as we edge back out as we open stores and cafes and we go back into parks and me lay in the sun that we have a job to continue doing so to all of you in your cities around the world. I hope things are improving view. Thank you also for all your notes. Letters have come to us about this show in about monocle has been trying to charge over recent weeks. We're going to stay with this story. We want to remain optimistic and open minded about what the future holds but as always stay safe. And that's all for this edition of the organised. Today's episode was produced by Collado Rabelo and David Stevens. David also edited the show and to play you out of this week's episode is bit cheesy. But Hey here's a marvel at with. Please Mister Postman. Thank you for listening city lovers..

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"For this week's addition. The oven est thanks to our Madrid. Correspondent Liam Alda's for today's very good episode. The show was produced by CASA Rabelo, and it was edited by David Stevens, and play, you out of this episode of the Hisham care with tomato Madrid. Thank you for listening city lovers. Said. Again. Yeah. The work that in. Them. Why not take a wonder into the wonderful world of Monaco with an annual print subscription? You'll receive ten issues of the magazine year, plus our seasonal specials the forecast, and the escapist subscribers to one year, plus and premium package is also receive our new annual the, Monaco, drinking and dining directory. And that's not all of our plans comes with a free tote bag delivered to your door. We invite all fans of the best describes today and receive a special ten percent discount on any of our year long, subscriptions. Simply visit Monaco dot com forward slash of next. That's never been a better time to sign up, Monaco, keeping an eye and an air on the wall..

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"david stevens" Discussed on Messengers

Messengers

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Messengers

"Think a minute during a football game I'm of Augsburg University in America Augsburg was losing but late in the game defensive tackle David Stevens came off the bench and sparked a comeback in his teammates he made two important tackles and recovered a fumble to get the ball back for his team. The crowd cheered and roared as he held the ball up high to inspire his team David Stevens was born to a woman who had taken an anti nausea drug for pregnant women in the early nineteen sixties but the drug ended up causing terrible birth defects so David was born with no legs David's mother then abandoning making his tragic young life even worse but then David was adopted bill and be Stevens David new father and mother loved him very much they supported and encouraged him as well as challenged him to do his very best to reach his full potential even though he had no legs they made him learn to do things for himself and they never put him in a wheelchair instead when David was three years old they had special artificial legs made for him in school David became a student leader made good grades and had many friends in fact he not only played football also basketball baseball and hockey he even became a champion wrestler when he started driving a car the license bureau offered him handicapped license plates but he politely refused saying those are for people who really need them I'm not disabled you see from the time he was young David was taught never to think of himself as disadvantaged or a cripple instead he learned to discipline and train himself so he was able to do so much more than anyone ever thought he could and whatever problem or obstacle might be facing youtube can discipline yourself to either rise above it or push right through it to achieve your life goals and dreams so today why not ask Jesus give you free wrong attitudes and way of living than ask him to take control of your heart and character so no matter what difficulties you face he'll help you with his power to start disciplining in training yourself to reach your full potential and fulfill all the great plans he has for you just think a minute thank him in it short to the point thought provoking and memorable this came on the radio in the morning while I was on the way into the office I can see myself turning up the volume a little leaning in then when I get to the office saying hey did you hear about that football player I'm thinking today in radio seconds count ten seconds for the intro then Jan talked for about two minutes ten seconds been an invitation to their worship services or pointless interest to a website then they do their own tagline the end why people's church crafting a two messages usually quite a bit more challenging than writing a thirty minute message it's like every word has to count and we know how many signs it can be and yeah so it is it is it is tough I mean you can put in a lot than intro with humor with illustrations with points with a closing all in two minutes the Gettysburg address was two minutes long and considered probably the most the greatest and most effective speech in American history by any means we're going to get to where this all started but now today thinking is global it's used by local churches to connect with nonbelievers through radio also other formats like tv daily newspaper columns and English teaching outreach I think a minute has a presence at least thirty eight countries thirty eight let me just give you a few on the list the Philippines Thailand Japan Uganda Ethiopia Germany Croatia Spain Argentina Mexico and Sri Lanka Dijon Wickramaratne E radio on five stations three times a day top FM stations and about two million people listening it's become very very popular in the capital of and they have about one hundred thousand people getting the messages by text SMS text.

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Voice on his Prince, Albert color. For me quiz. This is a family. It's a family program. Kaleta that is filth. Sorry. There you go. I will be writing. I think you know, you learn in Hartford should be writing my. Recommend that Kaleta does receive recognition for her evidence contribution to British side confused, face Fernando, gossip Shaikha Wednesday naievty price. Marcus. I don't know. Booby prize? Your here for old time as it is. Kaleta Fernanda Arcus. Thank you for playing this special, Monaco, Christmas Eve citizenship quiz. That's all we have time for on this most special Christmas Eve edition of the briefing. Many thanks to our special guests today. Fetterman Okada a markets. Of course, my co host thanks to to the eminence grease is behind the glass, our producer Augustin match, Lowry and Australia manager David Stevens. Now are we back tomorrow? That's right on Christmas day for an even more special edition of the program special guests aplenty from here in London. And of course, somebody on the line who will it be dialing in from zero. You can find out tune in the very same time midday London time tomorrow Christmas day, but that is your Christmas Eve briefing and very happy Christmas here. Wherever in the world, you all goodbye..

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"He what he wanted was to foster understanding which he says is another word for love. He says, sort of evil comes out when we have sort of these ideas about other people. So I think it, you know, as VR is sort of the ultimate VR empathy machine, but he does it so artfully and convincing. Did you did you. You think things about that experience that you hadn't previously thought or consider perspectives you hadn't previously considered? Of course, I mean, I have to tell you the whole thing was sort of like is still with me. It's been two days. I right. The news I read for the news and you, you know you, you're writing about them. And like, even though if you have a lot of sympathy for people you're writing about, you're never really in their shoes and you're never really in their spots. And somehow we tend to conceptualize the sort of very hard issues but sort of being in the VR experienced, you're basically one of them and you're crossing the border, and you know a gun is being a pointed at you and you, you're in this sort of like cook, very panic situation. So to to be there sort of. Absolutely. It's it's sort of like gives. It's hard to sort of find words to it, but it stays with me and it's definitely given it, I guess, more emotional angle and I hope it. It's sort of like, expands my my understanding and my sort of understanding from very much for joining us arena. You do need to reserve your space. It's at sixteen eleven bending road northeast in Washington DC. If you're there, details are on the website con a arena DC dot com. Or if you're ready, get an English basically reads as Connie arena, DC dot com. That is it for tonight. Addition of the daily, it was produced by car, lots rebelo, and Ben ROY lem. The researchers were ability and Julia Webster as studio manager was David Stevens. The global eight hours from now. The daily is back at the same time tomorrow. I'm Andrew mullahs. Thanks for listening.

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The the target is I mentioned at the beginning is to have all of France's plastic recycled by twenty twenty five. Now the current figure is about a quarter that's a very ambitious target to massively increase the amount of recycled plastic and use in in just seven years. Yeah. Yeah, you're right. And and I think it will only be possible if if we also work on on waste reduction, especially since some some kinds of plastics are not recyclable now. So those plastic that that we can recycle. This should be totally from bidden. It's the only way to to reach this ambitious target Mike every country that's struggling with this issue. I suppose that's a balance between the extent to which you appeal to the better nature of consumers and businesses and hope that they will want to do what's. It's rights and the extent to which you do impose charges and taxes. Yeah, yeah, of course. And it's a balance between what consumers can do, what the industry should do and what the government can do. And then the municipalities as well because of course, we didn't day for from all the people and we, we need them to move forward at the same time, which is a difficult thing to you. Mobis the attitude in from two cools to consumers, what's there after Jude to the coals to do more to be cycled plastic to avoid waste. I think that consumers I really asking for change, especially in plastic. The last six months of been a very invents with with some consumers doing even said some plastic attacks. I don't know if there's been some coverage in in England that, but I think. There is really a a real change in the way we think about the plastic and plastic items and placing packaging, which might in a way the best way to persuade businesses to change their behavior. If they actually if they think there's more money in meeting that consumer demand to be more environmentally friendly thought might have more of an impact than imposing charges on them. I actually, I think that's a really, that's that's something that consumers should think of when they're doing shopping and the choices did the consumers are making when they're buying some food are really important to move industry towards more recycling and less packaging, which is the priority. From zero waste, FRANZ. Thank you very much for your time, this evening, and that is it for this edition of the monocle daily. It was produced by Danube aging, colossal Rabelo researchers ability and Julia Webster St. manager was David Stevens. The globalist is heritz seven AM London time tomorrow morning on the daily returns at twenty two hundred in London for for me. Paul, thanks for listening anchor by.

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

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

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"Difference to our asses. She looks fills every day for our listeners. What would be your words of wisdom that using the wished focus on Inc? We should celebrate the great changes that have been happening to our city, but we do need to make sure that the benefits of those changes extend to everyone. It's echoing what we've said. But I do think that we need to make sure that we fund the social services at the heart of our city that make sure that we're not accidentally contributing to the conditions that can make crimes these thrive and Richard a concluding thought from yourself. Well, I don't think we can build our way of dealing with crime. But your other panelists I think is social problem that needs social resources to deal with from police to very schools, two intermediate organizations. I think that's a more positive way to deal with the issues vice elation and in aggression, not Arlene crime spy. Now. There was something wrong with way London is builds, but I do think there are things that need to be changed the resources that people have living a. Thank you very much to our panels day. Richard Senate, ROY Geoghegan live Haydock an animates field. This week's episode of the urban est. The show was produced by collartoo Rabelo and it was researched by patriots and edited by David Stevens to play. You enter this episode of the NIST, here's Neil young with crime in the city. Thank you for listening to lovers. Stop. Meet on the street. They paid my car like a target. Orders for foods. Explore the original brilliant

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Yeah halo unto welcome to food neighborhoods son monocle twenty four i am marcus hip all cities various locals love for their food and drink offerings and in this series we get to know these places these week we hit to new zealand's largest city auckland home to third of the country's population and balaj proportion of immigrants the perfect example of the coronary diversity on show here but what he's new zealand food monaco's david stevens takes us on a tour of downtown auckland to see if he can find the onset museums culinary traditions can be hard to define i'm often asked as a traveling week what is new zealand food i know they're looking for an answer kintu to swiss cheese swedish meatballs however entries is not quite that simple much of museums cuisine came to the country not from it at tradition is one of putting local produce and techniques to the recipes of the world so we should go for a taste of such variety oakland city is the perfect snapshot of the diversity of the new zealand population greater auckland is harm to one third of the country including a large number of immigrants suburban puckett's often assume the cuisine of the dominant if net group they're in but to get a taste of everything base to hit towards the center rhythm to be exact get into the city early pop down to tyler straight to visit a manner this bakery.

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Art from the artists do we just know too much for the arts zone good about the people who make it i think particularly it's slightly different with something like film or theatre because the economy make the art with other people you could be a vile person in your personal life and make pops a beautiful painting something if you're making a film theater you're working with other people and these allegations in the weinstein case certainly or about your colleagues and about the people you work with and ultimately if other actors actresses don't want to work will not work with you all directors will not work with you because they say you need to treat other people that you were with decently then you're gonna find yourself after work and rightly so because you know if any of us were behaving pulling in the kind of way these allegations suggested then people people wouldn't want to work with us anymore so i think you can't just put the awesome the pedestal say well you know people probably have gotten away with that too long the idea that you know you interesting your creative and there are certain rules that apply to people in the creative world that you know we wouldn't accept in normal office and i think maybe thought to cheat us change and people will hopefully turn round and say i'm not working with this personal you can pave decently when you're around them does always have the option of running for president of course that does bring to the end of today's show terry's destiny enjoy a deco thank you for joining us at madari house the show was produced by phenomena augusta pacheco research by amber roberts s manage it was david stevens music next at nineteen hundred it's the entrepreneurs we'll have more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred midori house returns at the same time tomorrow eighteen hundred london i'm andrew mullah thanks for listening

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"david stevens" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Kickass News

"Today i'm sitting down with actor writerproducer paul reiser who along with david steven simon is the cocreator of a wonderful new television series cold there's johnny which debuts on hulu november 16th it's a coming of age drama de set behind the scenes of the tonight show during the johnny carson era of the early 70s so long with paul i have his fellow executive producer on the series jeff sought singh who was a producer on the original tonight show with johnny carson in now runs johnny carson entertainment paul and jeff thanks for sitting down with me thanks for having us it's a pleasure i can't tell you how much i adore this show i was only able to watch the first episode but i can't tell you how much i adore it and how happy i am that you guys have made this show i've heard some who haven't seen it yet compare it to larry sanders show but i think it reminds me a lot more of my favorite year because you guy seemed to have less of the snarky mocking hollywood tone and a lot more of a gets a real affection for the golden age of television in showman like johnny carson that you don't see eggs an interesting observation yeah it's i'm thrilled with role that you like it and feel free to tell a friend i had you know yeah the part of the reason we all had such affection for johnny and we started making this i was a kind of uh overwhelmed then surprised by the pulsating very much alive affection that people walk around with jeff probably gets it all the time because he's working with carson and johnny's legacy daily but you tell anybody we doing the show and they have a story about how you know my dad used to watch ice to watch with my parents in everybody la has such a fund spot and darfa johnny zanik eker incredible connection to the show people have incredible memories people watch this religiously we're talking about the fact that people would stay up to eleven thirty million people and that was part of the fun because i was fifteen when in this show is on i saw.

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"And you wish to buy a package of cigarettes you actually have to ask for that package you can't point to it you can't refer to as some chart you can't look at an advertising children are not exposed advertising at that point of sale this is very very effective an increasing number of national governments are really taking this time in some places it's hard for cities to do this because they may not have the jurisdiction to actually reduce or to limit advertising but some cities do for example we work a lot with indonesia and there's a mayors alliance in indonesia of cities more than forty cities that work on tobacco control and a large number of those cities of actually banned tobacco advertising so it is possible to do it through policy and regulation but you have to look a little bit at the context to see at which level of government that work can be done that was daughter kelly henning lead of bloomberg philanthropies public health programme and that's over this week's edition of the urban est the show was produced by call us rabelo and it was edited by david stevens june in a monday when a brand new addition of tool stories comes out and also remember to subscribe to ensure that you don't miss out on any new episodes to play out of this episode of the organised his eyes with piree serotonin jour perry thank you for listening city lovers politico's tim level man and then there's not bledel numbers it would be is.

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"It really want to change the kind of tourist jumped amsterdam i'm greg those who are coming out of the part of this okay there's so much to see an amsterdam outside of the santa they want to encourage other hate house to crop up that spread not just the negative down by the tories in order to get the benefit now it also concentrated on stomach at arsenal if you anyway that have so much tourism concentrated in the funke it really damaging nfc's tourist spread out more of the recipe i think they negative effects will be much much less i now to singapore was i on as oakley flee explains how traveling by bus within the as yet countries regions is about to get a whole lot easier the aston nations transport ministers meeting is being hosted in singapore this week wear tomorrow the ten member states will sign an agreement that will simplify the requirements across butter bus transport between them but yes the organization has talked about an ambition of creating a single aviation and shipping market which simspon off at the moment because the members i very different stages of development which will complicate the coordination of logistics and more if no asked the version of the schengen but there are the highspeed rail projects being built in singapore malaysia thailand and indonesia so land transport at need is making good progress and that's all for this week's episode of the abanez the program was produced by colossal rabelo an edited by david stevens june on monday when a brand new addition of told stories comes out and i forget to subscribe to ensure you don't miss any new episodes to play you out of this edition of the show his power of stella with lost in amsterdam thanks for listening city lovers.

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"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"david stevens" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"Yeah maybe could expand to more literary forms now looking ahead to the frankfurt book fair everyone is heading to germany vote booklovers and book business let's say it do you think this concept of i wouldn't than even specifically say the free public library but of sharing that you're chair is something that is likely to be discussed when you're talking about businesses or is this something we have to do for one another in the city to connect with the city and with one another while i mean i think that the she scale of the the frankfurt book fair which is that the the largest in the world just chose this need and demand for actual facetoface contact when it comes to to sharing books to meeting will says meeting publishes meeting agents meeting that the people behind dole if these books that ultimately end up on the shelves that we see so yeah i do think that is something very important in the commercial contacts as well that was monaco's definitely connie's in conversation with kaleta rebel ahead of next week's frankfurt book fair daphne we'll be heading there you can hear reports are monaco 24 next week and that's okay for this week's episode of the evidence the program was produced by color to rabelo an edited by david stevens and christy evans tune in on monday when a brand new addition of told stories comes out and also remember to subscribe to ensure you don't miss out on any new episodes to play you out of this episode of the ominous here but it had to be the beach boys with don't go near the water honcho you can thanks for listening city lovers.

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