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"gorky" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"gorky" Discussed on Revolutions

"One of the main points of contention at the present Congress was the constituent assembly. Lennon himself delivered a speech to the Congress where he floated the notion that really, when you think about it, there's no need for a constituent assembly because the Soviets are already a higher form of democracy. In response, Victor turn off, put forward a resolution that said, the Congress believes that the Soviets of workers, soldiers and peasants deputies, as the ideological and political guides of the masses should be strong combat points of the revolution standing guard over the conquests of peasants and workers. With such legislative creativity, the constituent assembly must translate into life the aspirations of the masses as expressed by the Soviets. In consequence, the Congress protests against the attempts of individual groups to put the Soviets and the constituent assembly against one another. With Lenin clearly aiming to do just that, the Congress approved turnoffs resolution by a vote of 362 to 321. But with the left SR leader, Maria spiridonova sharing the Congress, the Bolsheviks convinced her to set this vote aside. This brought the peasant Congress to a crashing halt. The right SRs walked out and reconvened elsewhere, declaring themselves the legitimate peasant Congress, while those they had left behind merely an illegitimate rump. The Bolsheviks and left SRs who had been left behind, said exactly the same thing. The matter was ultimately settled by the power of, well, power. The Bolshevik and left SR Congress approved a slate of delegates to go off and join the executive committee of Soviets that they had formed after the October Revolution. That would be a precursor to calling for a third all Russian Congress of Soviet. This one of workers, soldiers and peasant deputies, which would indeed be set up as an alternative to the constituent assembly. And the reason that worked, the reason all of that was considered legitimate is because the Bolsheviks, one. And indeed, Lenin and the Bolsheviks are playing to win. On December 1st, just after the constituent assembly elections ended, the Bolshevik government straight up outlawed the cadet party. Not a prescription of individual cadets, but a blanket ban on the party. Lenin still believed that as the party of the capitalist bourgeoisie, the cadet represented a major threat. Particularly, if they were able to link with the reactionary elements in the military. Lenin, in fact, referred to them in public as the cadet kaladin party. That is the Cossack general setting up white armies down in the south. Just as with the press censorship decree, Lenin was assailed for his attack on civil liberties. Those liberties were supposed to be one of the cornerstones of any post revolutionary regime. We overthrew Zara's tyranny in part because of all the censorship and political controls. Remember? And here you are simply putting all of that back into place. Lennon's old friend Maxine gorky, who? I should mention Lenin still allowed to publish, attack the criminalization of the cadets fundamentally incompatible with political liberty. Even the left SRs who were on the verge of joining Lenin's government protested against his actions..

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"gorky" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Political Analytical

"That's just a part of what i gather from what My notes in my bullet points are and everything are lustiest. President told the military that before they left baghram air force base that they were to clean up the graffiti and clean up the air force base to pacify the taliban as they took it over our own military had cleanup for the taliban before they could move in. That's just one thing. And then by ten days later asked his military advisers to extend withdrawal deadline ten days after kabul had fallen and now because we have an air force base. It's not gonna stay empty too long. Eddie china is taking over baghram airforce base and assets as i speak are moving in. Oh and you mentioned the southern border. I just saw part of the show. Gorky morecombe that the southern border is now being overrun by haitian and afghan illegals imagine that and this should be grounds for impeachment. As far as i'm concerned. I cannot utter the amount of disgust and utter hatred. That i have for this administration for what they're doing. What we want was called the united states of america. We are the laughingstock. We are the epitome of insanity at this juncture. And there's nothing nothing that we the people are doing. And i'm not getting eddie. I'm just not fucking getting at why we haven't started at something going on to stop the damn insanity you know rick..

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"gorky" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Was a guy called. Spencer austin lee. Who is the great nephew of johnston so his father that a acri shop which sold all of this crockery and also sold spotting goods and because his great uncle was timothy juke and cricket fans will not jukes ball which is a creek the english teams use. And whenever the also come over here. They always complain about the jukes ball swings too much and all that kind of stuff so he was part of that kind of family so they opened the shop. Apparently the location was very poor and they didn't do very well. Although today there is a pry mark which i have to say does very well indeed so it the location but then i read an article in the oxford dictionary of national biography. Which you all know and this often quite dry that book but they talks about joseph wells who was his father and they said that he wants broke his thigh by falling from lada and his backyard. On sunday morning while the rest of the family were church officially he had been pruning vine but local gossip alleged that the church service ended earlier than usual and that he was caught helping a lady friend escape over a back. Wall case in anna. You'll think about him writing to who says all well saying you shed. He was quite good at grudges rivalries. So the war of the worlds came out in. I think about eighty ninety five or six and obviously huge success. It was serialized as was a common then really popular right. It was illustrated. By an artist. Called warrick goble and goebbels vision of the tripods was these kind of ovoid pods standing on the metal beams and wells. Hated it so much right. He hated this illustration so much that when the first collected version of the book was released not serialized. He added some new material and halfway through the book. He's in the middle of describing a blasted planet earth in the middle of a full war and he describes the first pamphlets to give a consecutive count of the wall. So he's writing about text within the fictional story. He said the artists are definitely made a hasty study of one of the fighting machines. And there has knowledge ended. He presented the tilted stiff tripled without either flexibility all subtlety with an altogether misleading monotony of effect. The pamphlet continues. Reading's had a considerable volk. Am i mentioned the his simply to warn the reader against the impression that they may have created the next initial so incredibly unprofessional. Ruin my enjoyment of a book. Suddenly the step down to bitch about ministry alvin another thing. He would have hated while we're on things that he hates. It would have been his grandsons credit in the movie. Why because he didn't like credits. He didn't think credits should be part of movies. So one thousand nine thirty six. He wrote a movie called things to come and one of the things. He tried to eliminate from the movie was the credits because he thinks all movies shouldn't have them. He thought instead. When you were sitting watching the film little booklets should come round and be handed out the credits of the movie in them Yes i did. Impose the film at various moments to check your booklet and see the causing direct. Guess but i've. I've often wanted some explanatory notes at the end of a fill light which i think is a really good idea. You know if you go to the theater to watch a comedy show is like having a program. isn't it. think. If i was to go and watch a podcast live show. Maybe later this year. I probably would buy the program. It's interesting yeah very well. Richard sort of interesting jokes and behind the scenes and yeah. I wouldn't buy just what on the show. His influence on this movie. There was an actor in it cooled ernest festinger and all the scenes that he was in was shot and then wells decided matt unlike him. Let's get a new actors so they re shot it with a guy called cedric hardwick. But they didn't tell earn assessing the who showed up to the premier sat down discovered. He wasn't in the movie. That's a good prank. should have read. The little started. Would've known you'd have a breakdown you you'd have some kind of psychotic break you're going insane scream with someone else's face saying your lines to enact a you filmed the scene with eve end up in. I cash his skin. Smelt of honey and walnuts. Okay right lovely Do we know one of his lovers said so many lovers to the this is the juice. Yeah he was a great womanizer and he heard one. The great set the way that you said that he was an esteemed wonderful womanizer. Lovely great lives on radio for in two thousand one and it was. I don't know if you humphrey carpenter. Who was interesting. It and use interviewing fay weldon the author and she must've about seventy at the time and she loves eight and humphrey carbon dioxide. So would you have slept with him if you lived at the same time. And she just said. I'd s i would claim to have an open marriage right but it sort of sounded like he had the marriage and his wife had no choice but to be in marriages. Didn't he. I was to his cousin and the second was not to his cousin. I believe but he what he said was. He wanted encounters with quoting here. Free ambitious so lied women who would meet with me and go their way. Newspaper out nonsmoker. Preferred yeah i tell you a woman. That was a bit like that His final partner in life. Who was more a bergh Now she was a russian whose first husband was murdered. In the october revolution she later married. Maxim gorky who is leading the gray offer and she was almost certainly a double agent between britain. And the ussr. At one am i. Five informants said of her she can shrink an amazing quantity mostly. Gin sounds absolutely amazing and her older half sister is someone called. Alexandra ignatiev zakrzewski a- and she was the great grandmother of a certain nick clegg that.

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"Makes the end again richard. Because of course so Major major spoiler at the end. Our beautiful distant does stay in the west is she should and ranko returns to the soviet union but his feet about being a russian warranties d. See so to me that has less impact you know when he says like i'm russia. Russia belong in russia. right belong here but he's not really been in sweden long enough and sweden's you know it's actually you know. It's a fairly socialist country and always has been sort of a not. That seem to me. That decision makes much more sense. Because he's saying new york he's seen the west. Seen america is in the heart of america. Award it sort of represents and he's rejected it and he said this isn't for me and there is that element has to go back in order for arenas be able to strike but there is also the element that he doesn't want to stay no matter how much she looks arena. That he doesn't belong with uninvite for me is so much stronger. Makes so much more sense. When you have raincoat in america and there's also a nice reversal because we we didn't even touch bunker. Will the american pulp who does get embroiled at so many layers to talk about him. But but you you see koel and ranko working together in moscow and then you get to see them working together in new york so there's all that would have been yeah like shortchanged brought he. He's he's really good. Yeah he's really performance to again. He's a fascinating character in the book a night and they have it roy as well like again great casting so show. Should we sort of wrap up pretty soon or will need to touch on where where branko ends up. Yeah that would that would be good. Yes what happens off after this okay. Well after they they're nine ranko novels altogether and i. I actually read the first free before doing this. So this being novel number. Three just for clarity this being a whole number one okay. Interesting because i. I wondered whether this was A subsequent one. And i just chose this because it just seems like there's more backstory. Another gilkey park is number one. Okay okay so so. This is how we introduce to ranco. And he does go back to soviet union on the implication from the film to a hero's reception and anything but in the books when we realized that he's actually helps to escape out to siberia. Boy luta in fact okay and he ends up drifting through siberia and we next see him and he's a second class to seaman seaman because for pronunciation a. Working on the factory line of a trailer ship in the bearing. See you know when a body body is. Wash is a fishing net and the captain discovers that actually there is a former special investigator working gutting fish in the hold of his ship. While and back he comes..

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"He scored yet in the film. I had a pretty strong sense early on the even though he seems like a very sympathetic boss to ranko. I was pretty sure all pretty early on that he was a wrong right. No i don't think so. I don't think it's obvious. Hey that's more of the shock but they're all people around so you've got more people around to possibly be rollins as you put it all in on that soviet side and so yeah yeah I think it's sort of less less okay. 'cause that was that was not a surprise to me at all what rights the reveal has got. Yep yep i doubt pegged but it didn't spoil my enjoyment. It was just like i saw it coming from a mile away. But i think he's also actually slightly less sympathetic immediately in the book In in the you get this sort of almost paternal sense in the film on a mock paternal. There's not that in the in the in the book or is it more like he's just as boss. Yes i mean he he. He values him or appears to value him. But he's also seems a much harder character in the books untrusting and therefore in a way. It's less obvious gotcha. Yeah and then casualty wants talk about his blue. The kgb who is basically who isn't the villain okay. No he's not. I mean he is. I mean he's kgb officer he's done bad things there's history between him and rancor he has absolutely no involvement in the plot and in end in fact true blue the and ranko sort of come to a sort of understanding by the end of the book I won't go into in debt. Because he you know he wouldn't make sense. But yeah so so. There are elements that are. Yeah the the different. And i just feel that it's a shame in a way because preclude us that much more fascinating in the you have this. Kgb who is clearly sets up to be the person you think is going to be involved or the village and you actually. He actually isn't. Is he a brutes. Yes he is. He's a he's a kgb officer you know but he's he's more complex than by There and there there is a sort of. There's an element this is. There is a scene in the book where where room. It takes ranko a lot longer to get the west for the climax in the book because ranko ends up being basically sort of stabbed and the only reason he survived is because he hasn't eaten anything for days okay So you really again. You get the sense of how far rancor pushes himself to the edge the book which you don't in in in the in the film just the extremities of it ends up having to sort of recuperate in a sanatorium in the countryside and preclude us his god nine and and sort of god sort of water but sort of also just there unlike they end up sort of bonding to an extent and but privileges supposed to execute him is the certain definitely the inference but decides not to for various reasons which you know like a which would will become clear when you read it and i do definitely recommend most hardly that you do and anyone listening if been the fact that boy the nature of this on revealing a lot of what happens in it right. That's the nature of this beast. It is it is indeed and so to the ending as well and the ending in. The book doesn't place in scandinavia. It actually takes place in new york. Oh no way which.

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"Seriously. Listeners have washed with melania. You need to soon be covered on this because the zero russian connection. Well actually that. There is a tiny russian connection. As a tiny russian connection and that is the beginning of the screenplay bruce robinson apparently. I haven't read the screenplay but apparently he wrote Dostoevsky has described. Hell as perhaps a room with the cia well room has to. i'm sure he writes it. Sleds paraphrase. That's yet and if that doesn't make people want to watch the film if they haven't done you know like i don't know what will also also one point because he's a thespian with nail checkoff for how people are always talking about ducks going to moscow is a a very tenuous russia. We we call it. You can't you can't build a podcast around. No i don't think i can. I don't think i can crowbar in an episode of this show. I have talked about it on another show. I've talked about it on flicks wise candidate. So if you're interested in hearing that still listener than yet just google that and you can find it was. That was a fun fun. Time yes to future with nail. And i cost memphis. So we've mentioned michael thick and then we've also got uncle monty himself richard griffiths. He's he's richard griffiths account to this not in the book a really is a called. He's a composite. Yeah But he does do he does do a great job Yeah yeah again. You feel like he's he's not in a ton but you just get so much from so little like he's not got out of screen time but you can. He feels like a real person. Yes yeah yeah. Yeah he does feel like a real person the and the people who he has replaced as well do feel like real real people so yeah. And he's a great actor enlivened or having ritchie griffiths in it even if it's just in freezing or is it full but it's it's it's it's the merest handful but it's still enough. Yeah trying to think who else are wanted to mention. Oh yeah that's right alexi sayle yes. Alexi silence gulagin. Yes as the black marketeer yet. That was some good costing as well. Because there's just. I don't know that something about alexi sale where it's like. I don't know he just. He just kind of uses this kind of slight dole genus. Yes yeah absolutely absolutely again. Actually he's interrogation scene. Plays out differently in in in the book That was very sorry. That was very genre. Yeah and i know exactly why they did it. Also actually the the initial attempts on Arenas the the attempt on arenas life also plays out differently in the in in the book. It actually takes place in plus revolut zere metro station. Okay yeah that is a very distinctive meditation so that would have been a fun one for to recreate so i can see why they didn't do that but they instead have ranko jumping through a window which is nice and cinematic justice. The interrogation scene golo can is nice. Cinematic i can see why they might those decisions. Yeah yeah gotcha..

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"He's probably not oblivious to how attractive she is but he's not making. Is it her or or anything like suddenly you know they're together and it's kind of like okay. I mean sold toiling jarring in the book okay. That's that's good to know because that was slightly like okay. It's a hollywood film. The you know to attractive leading characters do have to end up in bed together. But this was a little bit southern and i felt like again. I i think joanna you're gonna correct me on the pronunciation. Pets pets sewer more or less pat. Sewer does a yeah. She does a good job with what she's given but what she's given isn't a ton yet. So that's that's a kind of a little underwritten all like under flushed out but again. It's i think. I feel like it's a that primary sacrificing character development for pacing Yet full pacing in the fact that a lot of sort of rank owes fascination comes with the fat the one he sees her. I mean because he does the scene of him going to solve meets her in the studio because she's the first lead because of the skates so that that's pretty much as portrayed some obviously obviously also crops up on the surveillance types and there's a there there are more interactions between the two of them and and you know like the this the fascination is there. You can sort of tell. Yeah so yeah. That's about sort of more excited about the about ranko and his character. But i do think that was a key details. You see sort of less of his friends which gives also more of a just a nice sense of the day-to-day life in the soviet union. And some some some lovely things that for just talking here. I won't go into but they flush out the book. But i can see why they not in the film because you've got yeah exactly at just trying to keep the run time to like people will actually go and see this blatter friendly manageable length..

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"I want to cover. But yet at the fact that you've got some differentiation that makes it feel a bit more real annual distracted by people going here law. I am rush. Which is always always a bit much. I find my rule is if it's a russian characters speaking english than yes fine if they have an accent is when the speaking to each other. It's like they wouldn't have a. They wouldn't have accents in that way. Yes in stupid. don't do indeed yes indeed. yeah I kind of got over. That i mean they do mention. She's from siberia but yeah but yeah But she does. She does look very much like she's from that general of the world. Excuse excuse me. Please polish listeners. But i'll agree. It did for me as well like a guy noticed it. And william hurts like he has very piercing blue eyes not the eastern europeans have a monopoly on blue eyes. But he he does like. He's kind of believable. Is like a stereotypical russian. In some ways. I think the costing of the two leads is inspired. I think if you're going to have an american actor play ranko which will be you do that. Box office demand offering william hurts an excellent excellent choice. Okay so sir. No quibble actor. I think the look is right. He is actually kind. Of how i possibly because i did see the film. I even though the picture rancor as william hurt ask in my mind gotcha and now lee. Moving he's portrayed in the book as much more tanned. Okay because i thought it was pretty leathery and yes. Yeah it's true but he seems even more of a tan the book. But i think he's inspired casting. I his At the mana the capability of the man which is incredible. It's vitally important the costing that role like all yell sas to be super capable when you actually in the book you don't find out but he spent actually a lot of time. His involvement in this part of the world comes from world war. Two actually of a getting relief to to leningrad during the same old lines and all sorts of things and so there is a capability to the character Ah steeliness the league mob and obviously has because easily marvin is and i think i'm right in saying he he he did he did serve in will to resolve that as much certainly did. Yeah yeah Oh what was i gonna say. I mean they briefly alludes to the facts while he says you know i met stone. Yes yes so. They kind of alluded to the fact he's been to the And and you know much young a much younger man because nineteen fifty..

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"Just because of how much the building's did look aced of block ish and they also had as you probably know like a long standing beef with the soviet union communist but also to line so. I thought maybe it's yugoslavia but it turns out that the most soviet looking bits were probably helsinki used to be a russian city goals. Well yeah of course yeah. It wasn't the russian empire broke breakaway and in the cold war. If memory serves it was it was neutral. Walson sensually yes. Yes and that was kind of like a yellow oviously Communist also was kind of like It decided to kind of stay neutral by. Yeah yeah because it's because of the hat on the stem so so yeah so. That was really impressive. I wasn't there wasn't anything whereas like that's definitely not russia. Even though i knew that it wasn't and the interior felt right to as well didn't they. They did the kitsch. The kitchens and stuff It's you know the flats. They seemed very familiar. Like i get the impression that the people doing the set decoration and stuff that either that all they just re will really meticulous. This was really not a phoned in film. This this was people did that you diligence at that really helped me get in to it because i. That wasn't a ton of things that i was just being distracted by Just be like well. That's not so so that so that how's it to the shop signs and the like the old of that felt right. Yeah yeah yeah i mean. I'm sure if your russian and old enough to remember the soviet union in the early eighties that probably things that you would say the neither russ would say but like from people who lived in in you know post-soviet moscow for long time. It didn't seem it didn't like break the illusion and take me out so that was that was good in terms of things that did slightly take me out but i kind of got over it and it didn't bother me was joanna popula. He plays irina. Horizon was an old Choice i mean. I think that's probably horak's polish. Yeah so i think it's platt suwa. Actually it's is probably say this is. This is why we get someone who lived in for a long time. But but also i mean all i didn't know but like because obviously you can't tell but the the allies the l. with the little line through it as in would say i saw exciting actually found out when i looked to wikipedia a little while ago. Oh yeah so back to things so her accent jaw a little bit for us. It just on. I think he was just because everyone else. That made a decision that we're not doing access like it's essentially essentially like the american characters are american. They have american accents and everyone else is british including his well. Including william hurt. Who isn't yeah. Everyone's doing british excess That's kind of like you yet. Cleared that somehow different from america and they say yes exactly and as an differentiation. Because it's not like everyone speaks with an all patterson william her that way but you've got more working class accents in there was when michael ellsbury cutting gives pasha. Yeah yeah oh we do have to return to costing at that is definitely something..

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"I have strong feelings about. Yes yes. i had a drastic effect on the value of the ruble. Didn't it yup. So so i have strong feelings about that will left when i had left bottom. But i didn't go back have been considering going back. I was on holiday. And i just thought might that decision and i haven't been back since long overdue a visit. I would love to go back. Oh my goodness yes sir. I haven't been back since the very end of twenty fourteen and it's just like listeners will probably have guessed by this point but i really miss it. I don't think. I wanna live the for any length of time in the near future but yeah i'm long overdue visit off so much. I miss about it. The metro stations the the the the cheap affordable football That the football being very much. One of the early manifestations of orissa thelia my fascination with soviet union football team of the eighties. Oh okay okay. That's interesting i'm guessing. Must have read Bennett's book football dynamo. Then some yes. I have thought of that by By a friend Yes yeah yeah fascinating fascinating undone. And then they travels behind the curtain as well the show which is also which is a much broader eastern europe. But this is also a bit of a digression for for for but yes ma my versa theory. I think does begin with a with of football from that region. Gotcha gotcha yeah. 'cause the yeah. The survey team in the eighties was pretty good. I mean my football of failure is kind of along. I've been my pulse I like my teenage years. Were filled with many vhs of like classic matches so yeah. I vaguely remember the service with good. Didn't get to the the final of the ata euros than they. They lost to. Marco van bassil essentially van baston..

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"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"Hi my name sally. At this is the reuss falls. You know podcast where we watch russian films and films with a russian connection as always. I'm joined by a guest and today my guest is phil mentioned. Too high phil. Thanks for coming on the show. I mentioned to be here so phil before we set up the film. Where going to be talking about today. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself. Let's talk a little bit about also suppose so. We've known each other for how long now eleven years i was gonna say is a decade plus at this point so i mean like yourself i will on a former in a teacher So we met working in moscow appropriately. Enough for a russophile podcast. Indeed indeed in the cow as we occasionally refers quite often referred to the mossy cow but Yeah so I spent a good what fifteen years or so Living abroad distant in poland. Two stints in poland crack of two stints in moscow a stint in saudi arabia which gloss over two stints in cambodia as well before eventually returning to the uk and becoming a minor government functioning functioning that a minor government functionary sounds like a kind of character in like a gogol short story. It sounds like the title of dots true. That does well well. I hope. I hope you have a better fate than those intended to hope. I have a better fate than the lead character of this imaginary short story. exactly dare so yes. Moscow go was you. You had to two bites at that particular cherry did you. 'cause i was like the whole time. I'm curious whether you noticed a difference between the two stints toll because it wasn't that long between it was only a couple of years between them. I'd say it was noticeably a more pleasant city second time around develop that little bit more so two thousand fourteen Things seemed to be a little bit more pedestrian friendly There was just that little bit more going on culturally as well..

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"gorky" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"But I have to say in the writing of the book I knew Spencer's heritage and I did not know as I was writing it who the other father was, and I was hopefully as surprised as you will be when you find out Good answer. I I didn't want you to give away. That was probably a bad question on my part. Another question for you. What is Gorski Park? That's the name of the band that an Irish woman plays in. She she's the love interest late in the book for one of the brothers on It's a play on words. For course, the plant that grows on Golf courses in the United Kingdom and Gorky Park in Russia. So, uh, did you actually go to this course in Ireland to do your research? Well, that's a hard question, because this Particular golf course doesn't really exist anywhere in the world. But aficionados of golf who's played over and Ireland would certainly recognize certain aspect of the fiction. Of course that I've described, for example. There happens to be a large graveyard to the right. On the first hole. And a lot of people will say. Oh, I know that course and then there'll be other factors. Or details of the course that don't fit the course that they think that that was and might have come from someplace else that I played in Ireland, So it's really an amalgam of different places. I've been in different experiences like that. I like that. I like what you did there, though, I I get it. You've written several other books. This is your first novel. What made you decide to go this rough? This is something I've been doing since the very beginning. It's a very tough feel that it's an impossible and ridiculous way to try to make a living. But I've been writing fiction my whole life. I wrote two previous novels over the course of my life, neither of which was published even though I had agents for them. On Which was so fun for May. Of all the things I've written in my life. This was the most pleasure I ever got from the craft. And then when I finished it, I spent another year and a half to two years, revising it and was lucky enough to find a publisher. Uptown.

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"gorky" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"Spared lock arts life and i think this for a number of reasons One of them is that while lockhart was still in prison and more had been released. She was able to bring him. He was imprisoned by the way in a perfectly decent little apartment. Inside the kremlin. She was able to bring him goodies and dante's purchased on the black market with the knowledge of chicago that she was doing that. Well it was illegal to do that. People got shot for purchasing stuff on the black market. So mora had the okay. She had an understanding with the cia. And i think as. I say that the deal was that the car would spare his life if mora would work for them and then i have a second a slight piece of information about this. Which is that mora. Many years later told h. G. wells is son when they were talking about conditions in russia. during that emergency period and when everybody was in great peril and morris said to the sun. Something like to refuse to do what is necessary in such times under such emergency conditions is to elect not to survive and moore was a survivor for to put it mildly. Now another two more parts of this. And i'll let it go One is according mora has to biographers and they both tell the same story which i cannot vouch for but i think it could be true. She was living with maxim gorky. She fell under his spell. She wants said. I heard an interview done with her. In which she said the gorky was a universe unto himself and she deeply admired and loved him although of not in a romantic way. I'm gawking was a maverick. And although he knew lenin and he was sympathetic to the revolution he was not a bolshevik. And the chica- is supposed to have asked mora to spy on gorky to keep them posted of what he was doing was coming into the house. What they were saying and so on and so forth and more couldn't do it and she confessed gorky and gorky simply went to lenin and And said get them to lay off her and lennon got them to lay off. That appears in the biographies. I can't say that it's true. One more actually. I can tell two more things Okay so one is a one year long ago in the nineties. A visiting fellow at saint catherine's college oxford and a number of us were standing. Go into dinner. And i was standing next to an ancient russian historian and we began chatting. And i don't remember this man's name and but he's a very distinguished nigger and i said. Oh well i stay with a russian in london often may be you know her name tanya alexander and he said no. I don't think so. And i said well. She's the daughter of mura bud. Birth and this old man drew back in horror and sort of whispered the words kgb. So on the other hand. When i talked about this with tanya tanya absolutely was certain that her mother liked to be thought of as mysterious and important and she did know all the most important people in the oil respected her and but she was never a spy. And i talked also with tanya's son in law. Sir david wilson. Who is a former.

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"gorky" Discussed on X96

X96

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"gorky" Discussed on X96

"Cartoon and an action figure, and we were like, Oh, this guy is gonna be so bad ass and then he's in the Empire strikes back for just a few minutes, but he was bad ass for the few minutes. They were like, Oh, here he comes. The return of the Jedi. What's gonna happen? Ah, blind guy knocks him into a pit at the beginning. There you go. So what's so tough? So? So we're all like, What the hell happened? So tell you what a good storyteller George Lucas is. So we were like, Yeah, he kind of set us up for that fall didn't eat well. Then John Federal comes along with the man DeLorean and redeems 40 years of Boba Fett it in two hours of television. You know, exciting news for me. Geek news for me on another front is the TV series dinosaurs is coming to Disney. Plus, if you have Disney, Plus you and if you if you've never seen it, you should watch it. It's a stupid concept. It sounds stupid. As you start watching it, you'll be going. This is stupid until you start really paying attention to it. It's a very, very funny show. Really. Uh, pretty good satire on its its people in dinosaur costumes. Will there be any love? It's costumes and Muppets. It's a combination of things and and the really good voice work and sharp scripts and I think you'll like it. And my favorite part is a former attorney General Bill Bill Borras, the baby? Yeah, it does. Kind of look like this. Got that line. Not the baby. It's so funny. Yeah, baby, not to Mama on the S O just the title character. The main character. It's sort of like the Honeymooners except with dinosaurs. The main character's name is Earl Sinclair. Get it now. That's funny. They don't ever mention why his name is Earl Sinclair. He's a dinosaur named Roll, Sinclair. All right, let's let's move on to some other stuff here. Record numbers of covert 19 patients are pushing hospitals. And staff to the limit. Hospitals reported more than 110,000 coronavirus patients on each of the past two days. That's a record count for the pandemic, according to tracking by the Washington Post. That is more than three times the number. They treated in September and nearly double that reported for the height of the spring surge. California hospitals air saying, that's it where we are now. Officially, we are at zero Capacity in the hospitals in in California. I think they hear bad day here. I think all of this going on is great on its especially great when you know the Trump Donald Trump, the president of the United States, explicitly rejected being the one the lead. The U. S vaccine drive here in America, and he let Mike Pence and congressional leaders do it instead. Because he doesn't really care. He doesn't know. That was a bad day and Utah. Let's see. Do I have that 30 deaths yesterday was a record 30 new deaths. Hospitals are there saying pretty much They're not quite full, the ICUs or not quite full here in Utah, but but it's getting very close. A second wave of vaccine shipments have arrived in Utah, with more hospitals across the state, beginning to give shots to their frontline workers. And as providers have discovered that they can sometimes pull, they found that there's a little extra Juice in the Fizer vaccines in the in the vials that so they can pull an extra dose out of him, which is kind of interesting. They getting supposed to have only five doses per bottle. They're getting six out of them. And, uh, that they're so that that saving money and I heard some more available. I heard some medical nerd talking about this, saying that there when you get a bottle of whatever vaccine there's always a little bit of overflow. But depending on the type of syringe you use, you can get an extra dose, which I don't know how that works. But that's just But with all of this, Yeah, there's a story here in Where did this come from? Um, some. I don't know what the publication was the title Americans are in full revolt. Against pandemic lockdowns. In full revolt. Was talk about Utah teachers showing Um, schoolwork. So we talked yesterday about the Salt Lake City school district teachers, the Legislature has said, unless you go back to in law go back to in classroom teaching. We're not going to give you the bonus that all of the other teachers in the state are gonna get 1500 bucks. Solid city. No, your your your teachers won't So one thing to realize about this, too, which I didn't yesterday. It's not just teachers were talking about Talking about school workers in general. Yeah, the people who drive the bus is on. They're still working many of them. They're not delivering kids to the schools, but they're driving meals around. On giving giving kids meals s o all kinds of workers, janitorial workers. All of those people were entitled to a bonus, but but not in Salt Lake because the Utah State Legislature wants to punish them. Robert Gorky wrote a column about it and they're a couple of things in the column that I think a really worth pointing out. He says it better. Than than any of well, certainly better than I can. This is a blatant attempt Rights Mr Jerky in the Salt Lake Tribune to force Solich City schools to ditch online classes in favor of in Person Council or in person schooling. Speaker Brad Wilson. The Kaysville said as much that if the teachers want the money, they'd better get back to face to face lessons. By the time the Legislature convenes. It's almost like these Republican leaders couldn't help themselves, taking something great and making it hollow and.

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"gorky" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"gorky" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And I was thinking a little bit about the the novel and the movie A river runs through it. Few years back with Brad Pitt. It's about fishing, but it's not really a fishing book. Is that a fair comparison to say? That's a very good comparison, especially because it's also about the relationship between two brothers. On the strong influence of their father. You've got two brothers. One is named Phillip one. His name's Spencer Philip. Finds out that he's 46% Jewish Jewish ancestry. 40% Irish, British Spencer 46% Jewish ancestry. And 40%, Spanish. So They have two different fathers was one And Irish golf, pro and the other a Spanish prince. What would lead you down this road? Don't want to give too much away J. Otherwise you might not finish the book, so I'll leave that partly as a mystery. But I have to say in the writing of the book I knew Spencer's heritage and I did not know as I was writing it who the other father was, and I was hopefully as surprised as you will be when you find out Good answer. I did. I didn't want you to give away that. That was probably a bad question on my part. Another question for you. What is Gorski Park? That's the name of the band that an Irish woman plays in. She she's the love interest late in the book for one of the brothers on It's a play on words. For course, the plant that grows on Golf courses in the United Kingdom and Gorky Park in Russia. So, uh, did you actually go to this course in Ireland to do your research? Well, that's a hard question, because this particular golf course doesn't really exist anywhere in the world. That aficionados of golf who's played over in Ireland would certainly recognize certain aspect of the fiction. Of course, that I've described, for example. It happens to be a large graveyard to the right on the first hole. And a lot of people will say. Oh, I know that course and then there'll be other factors. Or details of the course that don't fit the course that they think that that was and might have come from someplace else that I played in Ireland, So it's really an amalgam of different places. I've been in different experiences like that. I liked that. I liked what you did there, though. I I get it. You've written several other books. This is your first novel. What made you decide to go this rough? This is something I've been doing since the very beginning. It's very tough feel that it's an impossible and ridiculous way to try to make a living. But I've been writing fiction my whole life. I wrote two previous novels over the course of my life, neither of which was published even though I had agents for them. On Which was so fun for May. Of all the things I've written in my life. This was the most pleasure I ever got from the craft. And then when I finished it, I spent another year and a half to two years, revising it and was lucky enough to find a publisher..

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"gorky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"gorky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From this family in Indonesia and Mozambique so stay with us I'm John Schaefer and you're listening to new signs after more than three and a half years of political chaos the United Kingdom is finally leaving the European Union and despite the complications many brexit supporters are steadfast well I never thought it was going to be the messages now I think a lot of things in the U. a corrupt not didn't seem to be getting any better why Britain voted for brexit on the next morning edition from NPR news weekday morning W. NYC W. N. Y. C.'s supporters include the public theater presenting the world premiere of the visitor a new musical based on the film by Thomas McCarthy about a collision of two worlds reimagined by Tom kit Brian Gorky learn the terror Kwame Kwei Armah and Daniel Sullivan W. N. Y. C. ninety three point nine FM AM twenty and P. R. news New York conversation well I was mentioning just a moment ago that there are two musicians names Mamadou Jabbar day for quina falso born musician who plays the the balafon instrument that we heard and then the other mama do provide a place the core of the west African heart and you're hearing the heart in the background played by two money Jim pate with Bela Fleck playing the banjo this is from a new release that the two of them have just put out it's actually part of a much bigger release it's coming out later but we'll get to all that tomorrow when we have our monthly new releases edition of new sounds you'll get a chance to hear this collaboration between two of the great masters of their respective instruments Bela Fleck into money to body all that and more coming up tomorrow night at eleven this edition of new sounds is in our audio archives as always it's available for you to hear anytime you like you have to find it first and the easiest way.

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Pilot Calls Tower and Receives Instructions That Are All Greek to Him

AOPA Never Again

05:43 min | 3 years ago

Pilot Calls Tower and Receives Instructions That Are All Greek to Him

"Again true pilots stories from the world of generally in this this episode a one seventy two pilot calls tower and receives an instruction. That's completely Greek to him. Of course he is flying in in Greece. This could be interesting. Bring Your Greek dictionary and ride along in say again by Carl Doorman as I entered the down wind leg of the Corfu Greece airport I contacted tower and I did not understand understand a word they said now what to do. It was nineteen eighty four and I was flying from Rhode Island to Israel in one thousand nine hundred sixty exte- Cessna one seventy two with my flight student Aria Rona the trip recently brought us through the beautiful Rhone Valley in France over the Mediterranean NC for three hundred and twenty five nautical miles in instrument conditions and route to Ciampino International Rome's secondary airport as we checked in with Roma approach at nine thousand feet requesting vectors to final at Ciampino. We could hear that the controllers were quite busy we we were assigned to holding pattern at nine thousand feet northeast over the Roma. VR which is adjacent to the Ciampino airport we were preparing to land on runway one four as advised by the Avis. So who do you think were the best air traffic controllers on the entire trip. I can tell you without hesitation. It was the Italians the controllers stepped us down a thousand feet at a time from holding pattern to holding pattern I two eight thousand feet then to seven thousand feet all the way down to one thousand feet and then vectored us to the final approach to runway one four for these controllers were so smooth and so professional as the handled us with kid gloves we switched over to one to zero point five Ciampino Tower and we're cleared to land and then guided to the runway exit where we switched to ground control and taxi to the F. B. over parking we stayed in Rome for two days to see some of the famous historical sites now it was Sunday we were ready to continue our trip the next destination Brindisi on the east coast of Italy just two hundred sixty nautical miles to the southeast we noticed that there was very little air air traffic along the way and at the airport after landing we'd taxi to the FBI to get fuel and we're surprised to find everything was closed at the Brindisi airport. We had forgotten it was Sunday. It did not occur to us that some places at the airport might be closed. We were lucky enough to meet some pilots from the local Brindisi Flying Club. WHO said they could help us? After we told them our plight their club did not usually sell fuel to pilots not members of the club but they graciously made an exception. Thank you Brindisi Flying Club. We then departed from Brindisi to the east one hundred ten nautical miles across another part of the Mediterranean Sea to Corfu an island in Greece also known as Kirk era after listening to the Kirk Avis and contacting Kirk your approach. We were advised to change to frequency one to zero point eight five and contact. Kirk here a tower. We checked in with tower on the downwind leg of runway three five asking for permission to land. I heard a clear response. That sounded to me. Something like Gorky. Mom Bit Blit Loiter. I asked the controller say again his reply. I again sounded similar to Gorky Moment Lipton. Loiter had absolutely no idea what this controller was saying to me. I thought it would be best just to broadcast my intentions and slow and clear English and proceed to runway three five which was a comforting seven thousand seven hundred hundred ninety two feet long as I continue down wind opposite might touchdown point. I again broadcast my intentions receiving again a similar undecipherable reply from the tower. I still understood nothing. I repeated my intentions again. Dan as I turned final received the same response and I landed after taxiing departing. I decided it would be a good idea to visit the tower her see the controller and find out what he said upon entering the tower as the controller began speaking to me here was the same sounding founding voice but now that I could see his lips moving. I had no problem understanding him. I discovered he understood me just fine and that he was telling telling me proceed as requested so much for English being the International Universal Aviation Language Eleven learned not understanding the tower controller is just as bad as lost come stay focused become all fly the airplane and continue your approach broadcasting your intention slowly in clear English look for any light signals from the tower our if no signals land and clear the runway as soon as possible

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Takeda shareholder group proposal fails to pass at AGM

Murph and Mac

03:29 min | 4 years ago

Takeda shareholder group proposal fails to pass at AGM

"Show today's qualifiers you will come to our july sixteenth giveaway where they'll meet adam copeland not paulie mac right paul he's got his big fiftieth birthday week again i'm just running away man running away from reality hey feeling i feel okay at this point yeah i felt we talked about the fact that you're more than halfway done right i assign myself the age of fifty last year i started calling myself difference a certain point on forty eight and i know you're not you're fifty just face it so anyway i ran towards it i embraced it and then about two months ago mike i don't think i wanna be fifty and now i'm back to knock karen what are you going to cope ultimately end of the day you look yourself in the mirror so what are you gonna do what are you gonna do you'll be fifty as well we have no control why can't hope so by the way i told you we'll get back to the giants in just a second here and did you tell the nine o'clock not i was waiting for like a formal introduction but there was a a double play that ended the game in the final score was the giants three rockies to bom so good so good and and you played gorky right why have not not not yet punctuated his tenth shot of the year see i apologize for not knowing what you play 'cause i'm too busy sorting out all this stuff with germany soccer team because my my phone is ping'an i'm looking at my groupie and f standings right now while he's sports history was made today germany fails to advance from its group at the world cup for the first time ever so last five last five defending champs four of the five didn't make it out of group germany two thousand fourteen doesn't make any group spain twenty ten doesn't make it at a group italy twenty six doesn't make it at a group france ninety eight doesn't make it at a group the only team that did was oh to brazil and then they lost in the quarterfinals polly it's not good to be king as they say in automated good track well he says it's good to be yeah rest in peace apparently it's not so i guess that's what that means when you win the world cup you spend the next four years drinking in humping and you're not in good shape can i say that he did and i i wouldn't fault anybody for doing that actually it's been four years drinking and you know sounds like a good plan to me what did you do for the last frame it's better than drinking eating and and and you know getting intimate yeah or it's better than something how your last four years not so good i just got out of saint quentin we'll see this is the great thing about klay thompson 'cause you know he's he's on that game plan and yet he still winning championship i like harry said something to the effect of it's the most versatile emoji got a wink with the tongue out germany had reached the knockout stage at the last sixteen consecutive world cups which was obviously the longest active streak of any nation this is seismic stuff man so mexico and sweden advance germany out and anyway so that's the reason why i hadn't figured out your denzel and your bombs away i was busy sorting out this seismic news about germany soccer and they are gone on go mexico and sweden but probably mac back to the days from last night and we talked about gorky and we talked about the fact that he had he hits homer he lays down a bunt that leads to a run which was like whoa wait where was that on sunday when i don't know anyway any draws the basis loaded walk off adamo davino that kruger had a great line by the way about the home plate empire strikes own jim thumb pelicans neighbors he said he was he had a tortoise strikes on the size of a toilet seat and no corners either so because your average toilet seat doesn't have many corners no you don't see custom built so and then.

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Giants vs Cubs

CBS Sports Radio

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Giants vs Cubs

"Guy the one pick from the left side with a some hitters tie who have fastball done well against for a call left handed strike pitching one ball at one strike in the sixth inning gums guys fastball runners on for base a strike at every to mccutchen inning and they cashed in in the first but so did down his own one the cubs protects you have again now they're trying the ninth to inning keep these the line days moving who's about here as tough as anybody in the fifth after a leadoff walk to mac williamson brand moral the pitch to the try tomlinson not to be so trailing in chopper heading into into the the ninth whole against this russell's team dunton bounces breaking ball way in front of home plate i wanted to be catching so take the lead by that is exactly right keep maybe him from tougher getting in play for russell those last two runs do there those wasn't were a big base runner at first because of the speed after of doer tomlinson out two outs nobody on bottom of the order so to runs here's gorky later surnamed it's eight is to three here's a pitch that's up and away with two june outs one and tomlinson at first cup six giants three here in the fifth catches walked to couple times but also grounded out when he hit with the bases loaded in the third inning giants those were the inning second inning third in a year he takes strike it's two or two and even the fourth they had to on nobody out all kinds of chances are they have not scored since that three run first innings the to do bitch off the inside not by much rian do dancing to the plate three do is swung on vow the change up eight three game that something and andrew catching definitely was not expecting it and he strikes out for number one hitters are gonna get no sympathy from pitchers they don't challenge certainly not gonna get any from rutgers partner sitting in denver waiting for mister met his vacuous mike tomorrow belt swings at the first pitch and missile strike one

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