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"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Short and Curly
"I am. Detective. Looking out the window living bluebells come. By. Trying to decide which of these two suspects sitting before. killed a man with a million stabs in of. Home. It's just came back from the DNA lab. Wait what I did not know you had sent anything to a lab I. Didn't even know. DNA. Was a thing yet. I thought this was like nine hundred twenty s or something they started using DNA to solve crimes in the one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty s it's obviously the twenty first century. Why would it be the twenties? We're making a podcast. This episode just had the very nineteen twenties feel to it. If I had known, they could find my DNA on the murder weapon. I really would have won disposable plastic gloves Sh- issue to I know who did. Say. Kale's DNA was all over the knife. He is clearly the one who did the stabbing melting. Smith, you are under arrest for Mayor Dell call has been brought to justice and I didn't tell my secret everything has worked out for me the Countess. Marie fine I give you permission to tell my secret now wit this secret molly was keeping was. Yes it was that called did the murder. Yes. He took me aside in the dining room as I was finishing my figgy pudding. I. Remember it so well. As money if I tell you a secret with, you promise not to tell a soul of Coast Guard I am a very trustworthy person. I just stabbed your Hubbert a million times today what I really wish I hadn't promised to keep that seat. Hard too late now. Me Is that would have been really helpful to know. Yes Berta promise is a promise. I knew I could cost you. Hugs. Hugs. Wait your murderer I'm not hugging you. Sinks for solving. May so good meadow in speak to Mitt to anytime monsieur. Hubbard wait. Alive he's Acoustic. Count paid me to pretend to be dead. Why says that I could test your secret keeping ability is molly needed to know that I could trust you toy main tight lipped even in the most terrible of circumstances such as. I'm my and you prove to me that you can do excellent and I think we have learned some very important lessons today about when and when not to keep secrets and I suppose it a very good thing that no-one dead. Yes is. It looks like another case closed for detective that you'll borough. Our hero can finally go back into retirement and enjoy doing. French. Stuff like eating cheese and drinking wine and reading philosophy. I am Elena. Hope you have enjoyed our short and curly production of a very secret murder. Good night. Thank. Thank you all. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. The most sincere things. Today's bovines trust from lansdowne cousin primarily. West Hobart Tasmania Surfing. Lease. Zach Obi Jack. Meyer and Indie thank you very much and thank you to our listener mia for hiding to us with your ethical dilemma about Secrets Missy Mia. And today's episode was recorded by Bella Trobbiani. And of course, thank you to Kylie's love. You said and Justin Kili are. Producer plus the head of Odious Studios Kelly reardon. If you love the show, tell your friends about short and curly and do some correspondence leave us a review or right as an email. Now, time to quit Dia, do my basic loom and high tire from being detective I think I will spend all this extra time listening to old episodes of shocked and curly like our other Milton. When my fish mysteriously died you can hear one of my other fantastic accents in that one where I am a blob fish. Things my cold blooded fishy brethren just go to a website where you can hear that episode and so many others. Molly knows that it is just the two of us. I can finally tell you may secret since you have proven, you will never tell it to any. Thank you call my secret is In? Close. I failed. Kindergarten because I could not color inside the lines. It is my biggest shame M. I., goodness. You must never tell a soul. Okay. I mean I. Don't what why is he hesitated? Call the microphones still on everyone listening just heard your secret. What have I done a really am incompetent at keeping secrets. This has been an ABC podcast. Check out the ABC kids listen up. It's full of educational an entertaining order programs..
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Your Mom's House
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So I work with hybrid children right now they're living on ships in kind of parallel worlds or realms, and they're actually in schools where they learn about what living on earth like because they are going to be coming here eventually. Probably, sooner than we think. So I work with them in my meditations teaching them things and I also have a hybrid child myself. So my child is made up partly of my energetic template. I personally don't remember the time in which my energetic template was sampled. Some of you may remember these experiences there's going to be a part to please I thought I thought that I wouldn't hate anyone. This this makes me so angry because people like this should not how does she survived? Well, that's the thing. Here's what's amazing. She also she has a hustle she has an actual game where if you go on her page, she's like, Hey, a lot even asking me questions about things. Very, happy to answer but you know my time in my knowledge is worth something. 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"hobart tasmania" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I'm John that Sir this is the John Batchelor show Richards acts this new book is chasing the last laugh which is funny and tragic and sweeping and also it is a tour of eighteen ninety three eighteen ninety four eighteen ninety five eighteen ninety six the world as they understood in the the Gilded Age the robber barons but it's from the point of view of Mark Twain being cranky around the world because he doesn't like to lecture for people are performer read for people every night he likes the applause but he judges his audiences he judges the circumstances he's always talking a newspaperman he stands he he he's very funny about himself but they don't always know whether it's true or not Richard Denise at one time that everybody believes my lies and nobody believes that when I'm telling the truth something like that yeah absolutely that's basically right and so he was cursed by whenever he gave in an interview and he told a Whopper they'd write it down as if it was true but when he tried to be serious like his book Joan of arc nobody wants to read it all right let's go to New Zealand one more thing on that I was kind of funny he was so obsessed with that topic that he created a stand up comedy bit about about being interviewed and he tried so hard to get them to to realize that he was pulling their leg he would open it would basically saying I was I was a twin and then one of us twins died in the tub that's the twin with the birth mark oh wait let me look I have that strawberry birthmark and he would just do this stuff to the the interviewers and they still didn't always catch and they run and they wrote it down dutifully because there are additives were insisting on copy mark Twain's intown New Zealand what the he does small audiences in New Zealand what I liked him for here is they were fast he was fascinated about the Mallory the native Maori tribes and also about the convicts today were a fascination doing because of what they are what they or their or deal and what they survive right we should point out that it was more Tasmania for the convicts just because I I I made some query about convicts in New Zealand and I got a really sharp reply from the library in there but he was actually found what Hobart Tasmania seeing that was a penal colony down there and seeing seeing the the very one to see the aged contacts and he was so appalled that there was a doctor there who actually had to say whether was okay to proceed through three hundred lashes on the convicts back I don't know how you can survive that you're not the royal navy you've died at a hundred lashes I don't Wayne was so I'm just furious that this man was relatively polite in his presence but he just absolutely so New Zealand is touchy about whether convicts were in New Zealand okay I'll remember that they'll remember as a as a place for crowns lane like tossed Roni I'm presuming like New Zealand as well this line I have Australia is the modern have images it is based absolutely on the bye it is based Boston absolutely by the working man he was very attracted to it he like that you like that part of it a lot he didn't exactly like the geography of a lot of it he thought you know I mean the you release the bushes the desert you know so he and then there's more sheep than people and they were more rabbits and sheep and but he he he did like it like very much the fact that the aristocracy hadn't bothered to come over and drove the review governors and admirals that decide that they were very he hated British nobility in general we're six months into the tore his pay twenty five percent of his dad H. Rogers the richest one of the richest men in the world is handling the accounts as he sends it back to New York and they tallied up Richard Rodgers has a woman Katherine Harrison is that her name Richard yeah six foot tall who was he's spectaculars as secret because she manage the accounts Rogers with Roger could we bring Rogers back we could use well he was an infant if we send him to Washington we clear up a lot of problems okay five to India they sail on the Oceania which is a luxury tour steamer Richard's book is filled with wonderful pictures taken from the this store and also the places they visit I wish we had all the room for all the hotel pictures Richard because they visit some of the first rate hotels around the world the oceanic is the oceanic is a luxury liner they go first to see lan now Sri Lanka and then on to bomb bay now what's surprising about India I I I winced when I heard Mark Twain was going to India because I'm thinking to myself he's not going to like this it's a real mess he fell in love with it how quickly was it right away it was almost instantaneous I mean I compare it to it was like the circus every day for him he saw the colors in the costumes and the I mean elephants in the street and he just snake charmers and and dancing girls and he just was apps absolutely amazed he just couldn't stop raving about in Israel but he wrote this whole long book afterwards on his on his trip call following the equator the pages that absolutely come alive or India they're they're the best by far he does only eighteen performed some following Richard's very careful reporting because they had a chance to tour India and my goodness they got around is Carlos my still with them and when there are no early aged he booked everything he traveled with them everywhere he caught what they called German measles or something or many he he traveled with him everywhere the plane of course being Twain makes fun of everything he meets also hit the titles of the pashas were so grand that he makes them up the jam round of ram jam with my favorite restaurant I think the burglary of Jacksonville I forget the derived or whatever they he does meet the British overlords and your there's a subplot in there this is mark Twain's the proto anti imperialists too will condemn everything about the way the United States handle the Spanish war and yet he's he's being feted by lord Sanders the thirty nine year old governor of Bombay who couldn't be a more magnificent version of the imperialism that Twain denounces right twins Connell a bit of a hard spot there because he his wife is with him and she like she adores nobility she she would stay outside and just stare at Buckingham Palace and she she should any counter any countess so is she he he doesn't want to offend living anymore and also he's there on a trip to Celtic it's frankly and if he gets quoted saying all these anti imperialist lines people won't show up at the shows he and he made one or two comments are a little strong in Australia many how to backtrack from them so it's not that you'd be surprised the north twin in interviews not between we're used to but as soon as he got home he unleashed all the anti imperial I see he saves it up because he was watching he he tries to make excuses for why a hundred and fifty thousand British Europeans are ruling three hundred millions do's and Moslems and he can't quite rationalize it in print from the quotes that you give me so right I guess he worked it out later went on McKinley and Roosevelt is saved up right I need to put it in the book as soon as you know it and you know six months later he's writing up all those thoughts so the tour through India they go on he meets an actual god at one point right it was very funny the whole thing he has to serve any calls in the book I mean we can't we can't recount all this there's too much he's too busy and Richards on a very careful job so a couple of things I want to note here about his trip to India him he gets to the Himalayas and there's a railroad a small gauge railroad that comes up and down the Himalayas apparently the owners of the railroad thank you so famous they wanted to give them a thrill and what was that Richard this through as they set aside thirty five miles of Himalayan track and allowed him to use it as a private roller coaster I mean it's just astounding he gets an ad in a six seater hand car with his lovely Victorian wife living in his daughter Clara and one person from the railroad and the.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Leagues and players unions about paths for those players. If Games are played but I think there's an expectation and there are salaries and players are getting checks every two weeks tennis. It's a totally different system and the economics are difficult even when every tournament isn't cancelled due to the corona virus. And so I just wanted to ask your experience and the Economics Flavor on tour. Free is looking at your schedule this year. I mean you'd already played in New Zealand Australia. Russia Scotland. What are the economics of life on Tour for you? And how of these cancellations affected you? Yeah tennis is a very tricky sport because everyone is their own employer so we represent ourselves. We don't obviously we play for the WPA but we don't get a salary. The obviously you make main draw very slammed you're assumed to make you know a six figures right off the bat. You're that'd be like a quarter of a million dollars right yeah. I'm an obviously taxes and stuff taxes. Yeah there's that small thing and then not to mention the number of players who travel with a coach so were also talking expenses not only for yourself but also for a whole another person in the law of the time you're not only paying for their expenses you're actually paying them a salary because you are their source of income. So it's the numbers are very skewed. My coach he doesn't travel. He's based out of New York and he kinda runs the center and flushing and so his obligation. Kinda ties him down in. That was very much understood when I started working with him. So I'm fortunate that I don't have to necessarily think too much about paying for another person but yeah the finances are definitely tough. I mean I the first two tournaments of my year where in New Zealand and Hobart Tasmania and those were only two fifties. New Zealand was absolutely stacked first tournament of the year and I was actually in qualities. In during ninety I think eighty eighty or ninety something at the time and I lost her shown equality and it was. Maybe like a thousand bucks or so. I'd like somewhere around there but obviously Australian Open. They raise their prize money. So might trip was covered pretty much and more because of the Australian Open but with the cancellation of something like Indian Wells. Miami you know players are assuming they're making if you're a main draw for both that's thirty plus k right off the bat now all of a sudden. We're not playing until June. That's obviously the French has rescheduled to later on in the year. But that's another almost a quarter of what you assume would be earnings so players are definitely struggling scrambling. We're trying to figure out as a player council how to try and mitigate this absolutely astronomical hit. It's tough when you think about it from the outside you're like yeah the W K. She definitely help pay for all the players. Everyone that they're accountable for and we've discussed that we're trying our best we as an player council working with the W. T. we. We are trying to find the best way to help the players through this time but there are a lot of issues that we run into and one of them is including the fact that the w also not making any money right now so we have to try and find ways to help players but at the same time not entirely hurt our company and then also torments. You know they cancel. They lose money so everyone's losing so it's just a matter of China. Stop the bleeding as much as we can. I was just trying to think through the problem and like well. Maybe the slams could give players something like an advance on earnings but then they're not actually making money from ticket sales merchandise or anything so like. Where would that money come from like that? That idea seems delay. Yeah and assuming that all the tournaments want to operate in twenty twenty one. They have to save up for the following year. Not Everybody's as liquid as we think they are. Yeah Man. That's a really tough problem. And hopefully you'll be able to back on court soon. Also just because we need sports to watch. I mean the talks are entertaining but I've also been looking at the pinned tweet at the top of your account. Which is you jumping.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Still here I'm still fighting voters will decide on the Republican nominee in August that person will face governor Jay Inslee in November let's check on your weather is scattered showers some breaks even a few thunderstorms possible through this afternoon overnight lows dropping into the mid thirties we'll see after forties more sunshine for Sunday from the cover seventeen point weather center religious query understood right now it's forty eight degrees in downtown Seattle I'm Miley Katie miss anything follow us on Facebook to get caught up Cairo radio ninety seven three after Tom and Curley now on your drive home starting your it should show on radio I'm Tom Douglas in our shop in the shop Asian please hang with one more week until he gets back from Hobart Tasmania he's probably having a good time down there Terry chef Terry knows how to have a good time anywhere he goes true story he's probably singing and dancing yep yep China beach kissing babies babies in his red is red tidy swimsuit yep yep yep probably were in one of those nice veto dowdy swing with his straw hat on I'm Tom Douglas owner of many of Seattle's restaurants here in downtown and we are excited to be here at the hot stove society and get things rolling for our weekly show every couple hours come on in we have new gas it's a party out here if you're not here you're nowhere.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Don't Stop Us Now! Podcast
"Still with that global link link but then the gains product lives on and it's in the Gartner Magic quadrant and my brothers running the business now and it still alive and well L. in the biggest companies in the world. So it's very exciting fantastic so then you. You met your husband times to come to Australia I did. I didn't come to Australia because of him in the first place. Yeah so I was here. I was had a place in Hong Kong and Repulse Bay and place in Milton. Keynes outside of London so I did little to the world. I had a pretty fabulous lifestyle. You know so I was thirty three years old and just doing this nice little figure eights by left New Zealand and I almost moved there before And takes us well it really. Yeah Yeah and I you know. A variety of things led to my ending up in Australia but one of the projects I was working on was with Telekom the time so I had a team working on optimizing the spare parts that support telecommunications nations in Australia so they did that through Ericsson with telecom when they were going through privatization of the telecommunication industry here. So I've kind of travel through Australia once every eight weeks and then through that I gave a talk. There was The first Master's program in logistics was at arm. Mit so they knew about me. I guess and they asked if I'd speak at the first graduating class in logistics management in Australia so first masters awesome logistics. So I came in. I spoke at that. The class had two components to one. Was Coles Myer So. It was the largest retailer in Australia so they were half of the class. The the other half was department of Defense so that point in time I gave my talk and someone said would you come back and help. KPMG had written a report report on technology's impact on defense logistics. So they said would you come back and do an independent review of that report. It was interesting I thought about it and I thought Oh should I and I happened. Sitting next to my husband very go little happenstance here but on a plane flight between Melbourne and Hobart Tasmania and this was three days before I was leaving the country and I'm not impulsive but it just seems so right and so kind of looked around and I thought Why why not and so? I came back for six weeks which became six months. which now has become twenty-eight years? That's incredible what a story so I love to Segue. I'd love to take you back to gains systems and there you are. You know. This sounds still very male dominated industry. What do you think a relatively young woman charting the course for this business? What do you think one or two of the key lessons would have been fearing to my success awesome? That sounds like that you learn in actually being there because there must have been some really w t F moments like. What do I fix or how? How do I get these people to listen to me? Yeah I'm a big believer in planning and focusing on outcomes. So what did I learn. So what I during that. It gains era but it transcends into today in my life both personally and professionally is I always try and understand the outcome and then the the four different kinds of buyers so in order to make something happen I just said what outcome do we want now. WHO's the economic buyer right? WHO's the person who has to sign off on on the financial investment required? Then who are the user buyers the people will be impacted by whatever decision needs to be made and then the technical buyers those those are the ones who can derail it right just by saying no you know either. It doesn't fit our technology platform or doesn't fit our culture. Whatever it might be and again I was always thinking about how to optimize around those constraints via the fourth buyers the coach and that coach ideally is someone? Good good good thing. The coach ideally is someone who's one of those buyers ideally the economic buyer. But it could be any of them so I would always identify curate curate that group of people and try and understand and and it was through open dialogue and communication and I found the more prepared. You were the more you presold. So I'd make sure I would touch base with people and you know phone interviews whatever it took before I got to the meeting. So it's almost curing the outcome before you got everyone in the same room and then again people got to know you that trusted you so. It's at trust agenda. Do you have any tips for young women who might feel. They're struggling ogling to be taken seriously around the table particularly because then maybe more waymo men around that table than women and they may be younger. Do you have any tips to how they can earn that trust more effectively. Yeah interesting earned the trust. It'd be more effective and be heard. Yeah exactly so earned the trust on one hand. What does that mean right? So you're there but be more effective. Yes and and for me that more effective I think is believe in yourself be prepared without a doubt out and back yourself through competence. You know and make sure if you're prepared. If you know your stuff don't doubt yourself I love that you know the adage. What would you do if you weren't afraid? And I find whenever I get the Nichols are a bit too loud and too deep I try and say what am I really afraid love and I'll step back just for a minute and pause and say It's really not that bad is it. And then I can walk through any door now. I do that and let Sam giving a speech showroom going into really important meeting I usually. This is a bit of a funny thing. I'll go into the ladies room because usually it's a male dominated environment arment so I can be by myself like good. That's the Nice thing about ladies rooms and I'll just go in and I do I'll center myself and I just I visualize this the outcome so I'd recommend to listeners. That what they do is they again. You can hear I keep using the word outcome but you. Yeah you visualize what outcome do you want from a meeting or from an engagement or Y- from whatever initiative you're working on and you keep that front of mind and then you understand Dan what your role is and that and you really believe it and you know you don't doubt yourself when you back yourself and then when you go into that tactical engagement you make sure that you're sure you understand what's the worst thing that can happen and you just let go of those little niggles you know and you just go into a meeting as the individual who's extremely competent incapable and you let go of men women you let go of Blonde Brunette you let go of white black. It doesn't matter it Muslim Christian Jewish whatever it might be you let go of any stereotypes and you just go in. Is this human being whose incredibly capable and you just deliver on the outcome. I imagine that you see quite a lot of young people. Working in your capacity for example as chair of launch vehicle which is the government organisation organization to encourage entrepreneurialism and innovation in this state. What do you observe that? You wish. Only young women could do a little a little bit more of x or be a little bit more. Why what would you say you know is common advice that you find yourself giving or wanting to give to young women you observed today and back yourself self and have fun? It's really as simple as that. You know if you go at something with passion and you believe in yourself but you're having fun on the journey I mean. Isn't that what life's about and work with amazing people who inspire you but know that you have to bring a variety of people with you on that journey so again some of the things we talked about earlier. It's all about that journey. And how do you. You can only move as fast as the Weakest Link so always understand your your audience and make sure that you're clear on the outcome but also on the audiences capability to move as quick as you might want to move but yeah I I just find as women and sometimes we apologized too much and I know I fall into that category A lot. Sometimes I think Do Do I deserve it. The impostor syndrome. We've all heard before without a doubt it's alive and well in me almost every day and you just start thinking God let it go just let it county it go. I do my little meditations. I try and practice what I've said here on the program and take a deep breath and then you know I guess. The thing that that I do visualizes I visualized the end outcome but with every betty together on the same team. And if it's a speech everyone's smiling and satisfied with coutcome and that kind of drives me forward. Yeah a lot of it sounds to me. I kits mindset. Yeah without a doubt mindset. It's a visualization you can hear I'm really rely on that a lot and do that. Little head space meditation every day and I find. It's really nice centering for me and because for me there's values user such a fundamental part of my life so I believe strongly and few believe in what you're doing and it's aligned with your value system then you now everything else just follows so what advice for someone who speaking about myself full disclosure here content to worry too much and probably if I think about in hindsight on-site probably frittered and waste time worrying versus being in the moment having fun you know what's your advice to someone who can worry too much now. Isn't it true. Oh I think I do too even though I care about security and all those things. Sorry to interrupt you but now greed and it's that Maslow's triangle Angle let go of what we fearful. What would you do if you weren't afraid in back to that? Ask yourself that question all the time and and do we waste time time worrying. Yes I I know I do and got just Laura let it go let it go and so it's that self talk and I think we do need to work on that self talk and when I've gone through challenging times I try and work on my fitness so I walk most mornings and I try. I'll go and I say say these little mantras and I don't know if it's of interest but you know what what's your mantra walk along. I always start out with some depress and I. I just start art every day in every way. I'm getting fitter and stronger you know and I say that over and over and over and as I'm doing this little funny our movements and people on the street or probably are what is she. Do I do that and then I just say I love my life so those are the two things it sounds really simple but they empower me and inspire me and and then come back and I usually walk the my ten thousand steps so I have my pedometer and I'm ready to start the day and yeah my mind's reset into to a really good space and that's what I do. I think those mantras are just so important..
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"People all around the world including the subtle canadian kid in the ten years after apollo there were more phd technical pitches per capita than any time prior in any time since it changed people's ideas of who they could be based on the example of those people exploring space so surveyor was great splitting it was great but what really inspires and challenges people in order to be more competent contributing members of society sight easy actions of other people and when it's a something is challenging us rental land on the moon or or elsewhere to me it's absolutely necessary the people are involved okay so the astronauts get better press that's what i was gonna say there is so i think it's more than better press i wanna pick up on something chris said about culture apollo grew a science culture and not just in the usa this is something spread across north america spread across the world so i mean what his size culture where people really valuing and appreciating size that is huge in talking about going outside of the u s i actually really good friend 'em tiny harrison and she's writing a book on apollo gathering stories from people around the world about how would influence them and these people were not in the u s they were not in the then soviet union 'em in the stories were all similar that they were aware paying attention to his space race or politics they were aware that humans have done something sensational and that is what stuck with them so this idea that they apollo united the world it's not insignificant okay and speaking of international canada was part of the apollo eleven mission to the moon by the way you may not know this but the feet the foot pads on the lunar lander were made in montreal so we say we can't say canada was the first set foot on the moon okay rene an amy many hobo see other side we only humans in space robots were the way to go well so i think it space is great i just wanna say for the record i'm heavily invested in space of my whole career and my whole life i'm ready what apollo showed showed us is that humans are incredibly competitive and that political agendas contrive funding for science as exciting as that was why was it so much money in space at the time it was there because of the cold war and so i think we need to look at things in context we have made incredible advances in robotics and i wouldn't talk about that a little bit more later but the reason why apollo is so successful is because it was part of an agenda show dominance and that's also why there were so many much phd a yeah to piggyback on your point but it was the cold war i went to the little girl of a little girl in hobart tasmania asking me why did they go to the moon.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Museum Archipelago
"Welcome to museum. Archipelago. I'm Ian Elsner. Museum archipelago guides you through the rocky landscape of museums. Each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started museums on the Australian island of Tasmania are a microcosm of museums all around the world. They struggle with properly interpreting their colonial past the exclusion of first peoples from telling their own stories in major museums, and having a large privately owned art museum reshape small town, this month on museum archipelago. We're taking you to Tasmania over the course of three episodes were conducting a survey of museums on the island and exploring how each of them relates to the wider landscape of museums today, we visit the museum of old, and new art in Hobart Tasmania, Australia. It's known as Muna and it's by far the largest museum in Tasmania now the only by square footage. It's in fact, the largest privately owned art museum in the southern hemisphere, but also by its influence on your often on ABC radio Hobart and across Tasmania, we'll hosting an international podcast about. Museums. Would you spend your precious travel dollas to record? That's Helen shield, host of terrestrial broadcast radio program in Tasmania is one obvious enters. She's a Hobart local and she interviewed me about this series. Listen to how she describes the way that Mona shapes the island eight it wouldn't be a trip to Tasmania these days without stopping on one particular museum, which is single handedly changed tourism. And prominent international reputation of his island stopping at Marna Mona often called the museum of Saxon death opened in buried Dale a suburb of Hobart in twenty eleven the building on the Norris. Bunker out on the peninsula. Overlooking a river, sneaks up on you, as you approach once you're inside through a rather small, entrance that whisks you on the ground. The architecture is designed to make you feel lost. There are no signs or directions. So you have to choose your own route the maze, like paths split in two with no indication of which way you should take. Other than which one might seem more attractive to you, tunnels and stairs. Which won't always move you up or down by one story are another an escape from the disorienting experience. Instead, they might lead you to a tight claustrophobic chamber a lovely cafe. Overlooking the water or another massive previously undiscovered subterranean open space. I don't think people expected it to have such an impact. It's kind of a lair their villainous. This is being co Blackhall a Hobart based musician, whose watched Mona reshape the creative community and the art landscape of the island. My name is Shanghai black. Oh, I live in Tasmania. I'm twenty seven and I'm a musician among other things. The museum is the product of Tasmanian millionaire and art. Collector David Walsh Walsh made his fortune by gambling. And Blackhall says that he is a much talked about figure in Hobart. He he'd be an interesting guests. Jintai boo. Who's quite unusual in his manner, and he'd fight. He's money through gambling, and who's good with numbers in his introduction to one of Mona's past exhibits Walsh, recalled spending, a lot of time in Hobart, smu's Zia, GMs as a teenager. And apparently he's to get dropped off by his parents in town at the museums and Easter just walk around the day as a kid, and then become up again at the not on come home. 'cause navy was annoying them or whatever at home as a kid with a name like the museum of old, and new art Mona could pretty much include any type of art, but looking at the collection, it's clear that David Walsh has a fascination with sex, and death and bets that the rest of us do too, and it turns out, he's right. Social animals like us love thinking about fucking and dying and excretion and wrought Walsh, himself calls. Mona a subversive adult Disneyland. There's the holy virgin. Mary, a painting created and part with elevate. Int- deng. There's on the road to heaven, the highway to hell in which the remains of a suicide bomber cast in dark chocolate, there dead horses, and rotting festering wounds with swarming bugs encased in acrylic, there's audio animatronic skeletons fucking, there's a digestive machine that turns food into feces and stinks up an entire gallery, the art tries to punch you in the gut, and mostly succeeds in part because there aren't any descriptive. Plaques telling you what's important about the art or how to feel about it. I say I'd never seen anything like it really something. And these from someone who worked scene, and spent his free time exploring mediums, so often we are in neom. World were very stressed out by the labeling. We spend hours and hours thinking about what the labels and placard look like next to a piece of armour. And so it was really refreshing Winston understanding, no labels at all. He normally. Clinical music copulating and they're enjoying it. Always removing feeling from the equation like go objectively this is this. But moving on your only guide to the museum is it's inhouse app called the oh, the oh, will provide some interpretation of the art, but that interpretation is hidden away in a little tab, called art wink, which has the icon of a penis. It's delightful to see art off the pedestal. But Blackhall says that that levity might also make it easier for the artists. I think it's a very uncomfortable thing to be asked to explain please explain know as pulling Hansen says, and it's like, oh. How do I say this stuff without being twit gets almost like they've made the unconventional the everyday, you know? And sometimes you wonder around there and they'll be people in smokes getting about. And you might y you know, these these odd smokes. I'm not sure you know what's happening. But it so it's like now it's a pot of your every day, do you think for Tasmanians that there's a certain amount of pride that it's here? Definitely, I think people have welcomed with open arms almost, and the way people talk about you here. You know, wherever you are the art minor. Yup up. Very good. You know, lacking kind of very gruff way. But like all. Yep. Very good going to go down to the bone fire with the kids, you know. And it's good. Mona has also been well received by art critics and by tourists visiting from outside Tasmania as a new destination on the global art tourism circuit. There's no doubt that the museum has changed Hobart a city of a quarter of a million people. I feel like it. Partly began with minor this. You know, Sarah NHS is tourism like feel like where in the I you know, that it's, it's watching us the world is going that Lyon there and it really in the last year. Oh, two, you can feel the new foot traffic you can really feel it and it's a little bit at I don't know if actually quite got the infrastructure for the amount that we of tourists that we now have luckily, moaner, I think, took responsibility for itself. But yeah, you can definitely feel the on the, you know, we have cruise ships, not coming in and out sometimes their cruise ship traffic jams, whether I have to white and the by for the other one to leave before they come in, and yet, it's changed rapidly in a very short space of time, quite shocking, even with the crowds of people visiting it's hard. Not to feel alone in the space as if you're the only one experiencing the art, the museum also hosts solstice festivals, which I'm told transformed the town with musical performances and large public art. Installations, eight slang having access to the blow like it feels that you've you've got an, you have an insight into this world that you would have never been apart of had you lived somewhere else. My lasting impression is that Mona is a monument to a kind of joyful secularism in the world where monuments don't feel particularly secular or joyful, the feeling of visiting is a little like launching confetti Popper in the serious place of worship and getting away with it. It is in short life, affirming. A very special thanks to the newest members of club archipelago, Sean Blinn, Blair Chisholm, Victoria, capacity. And Alex, join them to support the show and get access to special bonus features like longer versions of some of my interviews. My take on the museum industry, an inside a tours of museums all around the world all with the same humor and quality you've come to expect from us. Eum archipelago. Join today for two dollars a month on patriot dot com slash museum archipelago and get museum archipelago logo stickers mailed straight to your door. That's patriot dot com slash museum archipelago to join club archipelago. 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"hobart tasmania" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"That. Versus. Dr. The song actually really gets me really emotional. I just think Dave bazaar. John is just so he so brilliant to about digging into the past and all the ways that we still carry it with us as we grow older, and he just so perfectly captures the innocence of youth and the freedom and hope in the excitement, you feel when you're only six years old and all those things you feel just by learning how to ride your bike. He ends up using it as this great metaphor for how in life has you down just in your lonely, just keep pumping your legs and keep going at the end e traded it for what my kingdoms just just my king, you know, this, but my kingdom for someone to ride with friendship friendship. The album is called Phoenix songs yellow bike from Pedro the line. The record is out January eighteen thirty first one in fifteen years. Here's somebody who's been recording for twenty plus years. I think his first demo EP when he was about sixteen years old. Yeah. Pretty great to hear something. So inspired music for a long time. Yeah. Most definitely, hey, Otis heart. Hey, guys. Hi, it's been an eternity. I know. Thank you so much. Let me parachute in on your podcast as hard as NPR music sodas heart all so often would bring electronic dance music to our our world. I actually think this band. I know that you wanna play works really well out of Pedro the line because I think sonically they feel like they were plucked from the same era. Yeah. I totally agree. The the band's name is quivers there from based in Melbourne Australia, which is a real hotbed for great rock music. These days probably most people associated with Courtney Burnett, but there's like a really great little community of laid back ninety style. Indie rock artists and quivers is a foursome who moved to Melbourne from Hobart Tasmania, which is you know, that little island off at coast of southern Australia. Sam Nicholson, Michael Panton, Bella Quinlan, Holly Thomas that Susan this ban the song writer for the most part of Sam Nicholson. And he reminds me a lot of like, the go betweens or the clean that you know, this band kind of slots right in with that flying nun sound that Austrailia sort of aims for I should say, not just Australia AustralAsia, because it's really, you know, Austrailia New Zealand. What are we going to hear? We're going to hear the band's first single it's called pigeons. And it's just the song. Just gets me every time it's my favorite track from their new album called. We'll go riding on the hearses. That's here. Some
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Then area of the ICES is is a price. We haven't found a lot of racists. We really only guess scratched the surface of the diversity. That's the main side. They might be months that was taken his damn, they, we really don't, but he's certainly lots of other that we've never seen before that will discover as we deploy more cameras. Can you tell me about some of the other Stanishev creatures that you've found down there. Some big, Stony spotted crabs lived in the ram. We got some foods values in front of the camera wave sitting very unusual feast. Colt grenadiers have big bulge is at the front of they hate used phone prying, the guy. I mean, the body type is wide, nothing lock. He'll so. Forty, long tunnel. Defect that you found the headless chicken monster in the Antar TEK. What does that tell you about the environment there? Well, that it's a. That is a load of visitti and it means it's a place that it's important say had simple and practical conservation. Miki's applaud in the side to make sure that human activities down impact on the environment to the point where we start to miss out on things hid was to most. Okay. Mr. wealth read. Thanks very much for speaking with me. Now ours. My pleasure. Is the program leader for the Australian Antarctic division. We reached him in Hobart Tasmania. And if you'd like to see Mr. wells for its headless chicken monster, we have tweeted out a photograph CBC as it happens on Twitter. From coast to coast on CBC radio and around the world on shortwave. This is as it happens. Hello. I'm Carol off and I'm Jeff Douglas, salivating, fifty years of as it happens. We are only a few brief weeks away. Now, as you've likely heard this autumn season, we are celebrating or have been celebrating as it happens, fiftieth birthday anniversary or fifty fiftieth anniversary, I guess it's all eating up to a radio, special, November, sixteenth. And if you can't wait or you're going to be busy right now, there's already impressive bounty of anniversary related programming on our website which is c. dossier slash a. h. for instance, we have just just posted a video of speech. Carol gave last month as part of the walrus talks success series. Here's a clip. I tell people are heroes or the I admire their courage or that they've done something extraordinary. The always dismissed that idea. I think they know that it's true, but they're also aware it. It doesn't matter. That's not why the acted it was simply the right.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Dan Carter changed the way I looked at reading and I am braced it and ever since then I'm an avid reader. I've worked at a very hard to have to read things several times. It takes a lot of concentration. A lot of work not experience showed me that I, I could make an investment in area the Cotin people's lives. What a blessing given everything that you've been through. I'm curious to know how do you think your younger self would react to know that you're now the mayor of Austria. It's a hard question because I, to be honest. And this is this is the truth from very young age till I was thirteen years old. I don't think I ever thought that I would accomplish anything in my life. And then for the next seventeen years, the circles Oakland drugs really took away any kind of light or hope, or aspiration of anything. You have to understand. I sit here twenty eight years later in a sober life, amazed at the generosity, kindness, forgiveness that has been granted on me to be able to have this chapter in my life. And I'm again as I'm overwhelmed that I have this opportunity, but I don't think I could've ever imagined when I was shocked with that. This would be what I would be doing some years later. Mr. Carter, thanks so much and best of luck. I really appreciate your time and I hope you have a glorious day. Thank you. Thank you. Dan Carter is the mayor elect of Ottawa Ontario, which is east of Toronto. We reached him in Austria, and you can read more about Mr.. Carter story in the challenges that he overcame on our website. CBC dot CA slash a. h.. Dirk, welsford audience didn't know what it was looking at. And the Australian fish scientist could relate Mr.. Welsford is the program leader for the Australian and Arctic division. Yesterday he and his colleagues presented some video at a conference in Hobart Tasmania. They had captured the video using cameras that they had sunk to the bottom of the Southern Ocean and what they found there was something so peculiar that even the marine scientists did not know its name. It turns out it is called the headless chicken monster. We reach Turk welsford in Hobart Mr. wells for the headless chicken monster. Sounds terrifying. What does it actually look like? That leaves date say it can swim. Unlike some other CK compass, I kind of looks like pink Alern with wings and how did you figure out what it was. So I will quote the pro we'd sit the camera on the floor in the Southern Ocean using one of these strange fishing vessels that guys down the fish Patagonian toothfish when we really had no idea what it was. The fist gates was a jellyfish that we did a little bit more research, and that's when we worked out. But similar organism McBain fan in the Gulf of Mexico and on that bicycle where we're concerned that it was a hairless stuff. The monster is a is a lovely shade of purple, and it's almost Baletic as it glides along the ocean floor. How can something so unassuming beautiful end up with a name like the headless chicken monster. We'll we didn't come up with the nine colleagues at the national atmosphere administration. The ones saying them the civil Jesus view when submersibles Dan in the Gulf of Mexico, it kind of looks a little bit like chicken before he put it in the oven. It's sharp. It's pointy eighteen. That's got rings. So I think that's why Chris, that that y and it has these. These really delicate almost frilly tentacles that that support it as it dances across drawn the floor. What is it actually doing as it as it moves along the ocean floor? Yeah, so it had seen that eases swim so it can swing up off the floor that's unusual for cente- comes the mice. Typical seek you. That you come across these associates that laws on the seafloor, but the heedless was seeking stay can swim, and it swims from pets pets food. And then when it lanes on the safe little, it has the technicals in ring around its eases as to sit through the sentiment and particles of food. Didn't expect to find it in that part of the world. Let's wrought mice. The records that we all of the heedless most people come from the tropics so the sub tropics. Whereas this one was found in the Southern Ocean nearly three thousand kilometers southwest of strike in New Orleans, cold hood Harland. So we were quite surprised to phone. Any theories on why it's there..
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Welcome to the war no matz podcast delivered by wore norma's the trouble lifestyle and insurance brand is not your usual trouble podcast it's everything for the adventurous independent traveler who jimbo everyone are you speaking sway healy women actually that is hello insult healy of done some research and a bit of a hint as to which distillation we've featuring in this podcast ville which is number fourteen and we're off to tens aena we're off to tanzania getting into that yeah it gets that in a minute now this is not to be confused with tasmania which is my home state and they are often quite often mix ups like a pakistani cricketer who flame to tens aning when he was supposed to be in hobart tasmania so to make cleo tasmania is a strategy southern island state ten zainy oh tens of the you when they said he's in africa and tasmania has kangaroos and dibble's in tanzania has risen lions up but you don't say ted's mugniyah so it's has mania so why isn't it ten tiny what's growing on me since we've been doing this change the will you'll do it one pronunciation at the time so it is ten ten in eighteen africa well no four mount kilimanjaro of course and the plains of the seren giddy national park in this episode mark is going to tell us about the wildebeest migration which is described as one of the world's most spectacular natural events wouldn't it be amazing to say that i've seen the film but we comes back all the time it's like oh so what would it be.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Is primarily season house who beat birmingham four one after extratime while rochdale defeated millwall onenil and while it looked likely to meet tottenham in the fifth round and they pose replay in newport this evening at wembley as touting shortly with coventry on five live sports extra england's first match of cricket's t twenty triseries they play australia in hobart tasmania most son bliss part of australian they'll escaped rain in hobart today but there is serious warnings for british sport but especially gulf cricket and let's surprisingly may be for skiing from the climate coalition this morning the organization representing some one hundred thirty nongovernmental organizations in britain is endorsing a new report predicting and i quote flooded cricket grounds and gulf coast is crumbling into the sea of the emcee sees head of sustainability russell see more is hit monte rustle and we just how serious is this issue for cricket i think it significant it may not be the biggest issue for curriculum i'ma but certainly has been increasing effects of climate we've had increasing number of games of being abandoned that increases duckworthlewis system an international matches in the case unless on grass which are particularly vulnerable to flooding in certain me off i think we'll still had a number of flood events but it particularly affects community spoils well there have been at least fifty community bottom then absolutely from top to bottom in dc beef paid out at least two point five million pounds in the last couple of years to community clubs have suffered from where the damage well it coastal hit raining so what can you do well this is truly clearly whatever happens and creek is very dependent on on weather conditions i think the wall spoil candy is recognized there is an issue here climate change israel i think that's generally accepted now i think what we can do is recognised software to argue against that that have mahan will leave that to one side shall there are some i would happily engage with them eta discuss but weather weather is changing i.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Channel 33
"Oh that's true well you know i mean part of the sadness of the all going away is that the for a lotta writers i mean maybe the two of us included you can have a crazy idea but getting to the point of actually formally pitching it is sort of what's like you know what what you're taught not to do you're at he your steered in every other direction along the way and uh hopefully they'll be a place for crazy ideas the flourish in the future you know where some crazy ideas first david the podcasts known as the press box on the ringer podcasts network the press boxes the media podcast we are not allowed to use the phrase the executives at nbc quote breathing a sigh of relief because of bigmarket team made the super bowl we are brian curtis david shoemaker of the wringer david coming in to you from hollywood me from sunny hobart tasmania houria david i'm doing pretty good man los angeles as nice as always excellent david three topics this week for your inspection and delight first how should we remember the all the late lamented all second tony romo just completed his first magical season at cbs and deals with a minor backlash and finally slate redesigned itself why do we redesigned websites anyway plus of course the overworked twitter joke of the week but let's start with number one david i call this topic all shucks uh uh uh we learned last week that the all in the air pit in the hair pinski's me will stop publishing at the end of this month uh for the usual depressing financial reasons you might know that all for its name which came from tomsk oca it's where the reviewer for its motto which was be less stupid or from this mission statement the corey seeker who founded the sight along with alex balkan david show and two thousand nine once gave deve the affair quote we just don't really want any stupid people reading it which sounds mean but they have plenty of reading material already i want to disinvite them.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The a bottomless buffet boy one passenger posted a video on facebook showing hallways being sprayed by crew members in industrial cleaning suits after they docked in hobart tasmania one person come into on video i'm here now and basically a sitting duck with people in both cabins on either side not well with the gas when you're cruise ship terms in the corner two terms into the seen seen from obt i you know things are bad the has mad suit start showing up the heavy breathing mask this i've got on one crews we had a great time but that is literally a floating petri dish you are taking your life in your hands and as the i mean don't you hear all these times how many times we hear about ships that have to make emergency dockings because literally every on everyone on board is some kind of walking juror what would you rather be in though a kindergarten cafeteria ownership neither one neither one of those is an option for me would you rather no no no see it's not an option bet i would not find myself in that situation uh they're doing everything to avoid further sickness though i think the crew got high praise from passengers saying they're doing everything he can to control your wash your hands at least a dozen times a day their hygiene is first class it's obviously a passenger that brought it on so they're blamed not blaming the cruise line with this one um but it's basically the size of a small town all crammed together in a boat see your little like a little floating germany village him mean look at your workplace look at this place one person gets sick the next thing you know we're all daleh our aid uh speaking of germs this space station the international space station is apparently just a durham heaven thousands of species have colonized it boy i know the end it 17 years old and according to a new study the interiors a set of 17 years old two hundred fifty miles high but it's an airtight is space space stations with airtight they say inside there at least one thousand and perhaps more than 4000 micro species a living but they say that's actually reassuring because they see diversity is generally associated with a.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on Le Show
"Not talking about malania now december 2015 data released by the state department's office of the chief of protocol revealed saudi arabia accounted for seventy five percent of the value of all official gift you have given to the united states in the previous year during that year saudi arabia gave the u s gifts valued at two million five hundred sixty six thousand five hundred twenty five dollars thank you while they must really like us and speaking of like newest of the godly and guess what their removing in australia now it's not a statue of a confederate figure because they didn't have a confederacy yet but it's a controversial plaque on saint mary's cathedral in hobart tasmania featuring well it a plaque honoring a former catholic priest convicted of sex offenses his all victims of child abuse called for it to be taken down it now will the artwork dates from the nineteen 80s but that was another time attached to an external wall the cathedral it depicts the late phillip green he held the title of months in your barely that's not all he held old you stop in two thousand four he pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a former altar boy and for his trouble was given he was sentenced to a threemonth suspended sentence the wheels of justice latest german needs him oil the archerd isis of hobart said this week it had no immediate plans to remove the plaque which all too also honors for archbishop sir gilford young but.
"hobart tasmania" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast
"And both her performances yeah but but one marries that authentic presence and heart and yet the irony is that you as an investor can approach it with that same desire that same wish to to perform yeah and i think that makes one a better investor in a better board member a better friend a better lover a better father up at her son better rather up just a better human of inside a maintenance that it's is that how beautiful i mean i i i i was about to say i hate to be happy about it but as you night you can't be do hiccup by the sat nation of inspiration i it's about inspiration it's in knots inspiration in music it's inspiration in sales it's inspiration in being found it's ember inspiration in being invested when you're talking to help pays and i think if you can really going to that what's the heart of inspiration which is bringing the spirit into it and bringing that that that element that actually does connector run into people's hearts that doesn't just stay of that shall shallow level then that's when he can really make should happen i think i think it is beautifully said as always well i wanna thank you so much for taking the time for this conversation you were speaking across the international dateline in many times in syria and in from your lips to god's ears will bring boot camp to australia some saying that manifested in the world because in his essay before i've always wanted to visit ever since i was sixteen in dated a young girl who lived in hobart tasmania so someday i'll be back to hobart y'all or could be there for the first time so you'll love it you'll love it it's a it's an amazing place with a very.