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John le Carré, author of 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,' dies at 89

Business Rockstars

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

John le Carré, author of 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,' dies at 89

"Folks around the world are mourning the death of a popular author acclaimed British by author John le Carre, according to his literary agency, the car. It was the author of more than 20 novels and was best known for his stories featuring British intelligence Officer George Smiley. Many of those Cold War spy thrillers have been adapted for film and television. Most famously tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy, the Russia House and the Tailor of Panama. His latest novel agent running in the field, was released last October. McCarey was

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John le Carré, master spy writer, author of 'The Spy Who Came in From the Cold,' dies at 89

Fresh Air

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

John le Carré, master spy writer, author of 'The Spy Who Came in From the Cold,' dies at 89

"Today. We remember Gianluca Rey, the author of such spy novels as The Spy who came in from the Cold Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy and the Night manager he was described in The New York Times is elevating the spy novel Toe High art. By presenting both western and Soviet spies as morally compromised hogs in a rotten system full of treachery, betrayal and personal tragedy. The Caray died Saturday He was 89 before he wrote about spies Look array worked as a spy for Britain's domestic and foreign intelligence services.

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John le Carré, definitive Cold War spy novelist, has died at 89

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

John le Carré, definitive Cold War spy novelist, has died at 89

"Array has died earlier, He had been a spy himself, size of intelligence services in every country has grown. It's the same game but played for different purposes and by different rules. John like array was 89 years old. CBS News Brief. I'm Tom Foti Case. CBS News

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John le Carre, who probed murky world of spies, dies at 89

Sunday Standards

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

John le Carre, who probed murky world of spies, dies at 89

"John Luke Array has died in England. The Curry's books include the Spy who Came in From the Cold, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy and Smiley's People. He wrote tales of espionage because he actually was a spy for the British intelligence. His real name was David Cornwell. And he wrote under the name John le Carre because his employer told him he had to publish under a pseudonym. Caray once said he did not write thrillers. He just wrote about what he wanted to write about. Marty's Szaroleta and cool Akari was 89.

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Agent: Master spy writer John le Carre dies at 89

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Agent: Master spy writer John le Carre dies at 89

"Novelist John le Carre has died in Cornwall in southwest England after short illness unrelated to covert nineteen he was eighty nine I marches are a little with a look at his career John le Carre's books include the spy who came in from the cold Tinker tailor soldier spy and smiley's people he wrote tales of espionage because he actually was a spy for the British intelligence his real name is David Cornwell and he wrote under the name John lecarre because his employer told him he had to publish under a pseudonym the Caribbean said he did not write thrillers he just wrote about what he wanted to write about

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"john le carre" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Know the truth though your punch craft searched out eccentrics all I would love to come in on some of their some blue and spoke with the most chilling to consider yourself a serial killer. and the most quirky silence is so wonderful among them America's last lord of the manor can you hear me now I was in politics so I can bellow and the leather clad for citizen of interior design what do you think you're talking to a bright architect looking at a guy like me if you cross took a look into the life of spy turned spy novelist John le Carre each book feels like my last book and then I think like a dedicated alcoholic but one more went to be in the hall. that explains the financial weapons of mass destruction behind the Great Recession you took on the task of explaining really complicated economic swaps and secularization means. securitization derivatives all of these things that savvy investors figured out that the cheapest most effective way to bet against the entire housing market was to buy credit default swaps in fact taking out in expensive insurance policies that would pay off big when other people's mortgage investments went south. no one else would have even thought of writing those stories that you out and you that were able just to make it so understandable but I'm not an expert on that kind of stuff so it had to be put in the language that I understood that I thought I could explain have you done a lot of stories that that ended up with change legislation or change rules or change the world there's a story called the insiders aha it was a story about insider trading and in Congress and the fact that there were no laws against so congressman get a pass on insider trading they do if you are a member of Congress and use it on the defense that committee your free to trade defense stock as much as you want to if you're on the Senate banking committee you can trade bank stock as much as you want and that regularly goes on craft reported how middle class politicians became millionaires profiting from inside information they learned on Capitol Hill while a reform bill called the stock act languished in obscurity. we stood outside the capital and talk to congressman who are coming up you know anything about the stock at noon don't think so leave over the stock.

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"john le carre" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sometimes way way. other times way way down. for heating venture into a mine field our goal is to drive and that's going to I'm thinking to myself is it this time I hope it's not a lot I don't know. Kroft searched out eccentrics all I would love to come in on some of their some blue and spoke with the most chilling to consider yourself a serial killer. and the most quirky silence is so wonderful among them America's last lord of the manor can you hear me now I was in politics so I can bellow and the leather clad for citizen of interior design when you think you're talking to a bright architect looking at a guy like me if you cross took a look into the life of spy turned spy novelist John le Carre each book feels like my last book and then I think like a dedicated alcoholic but one more went to be any harm. then explain the financial weapons of mass destruction behind the Great Recession you took on the task of explaining really complicated economic swaps and secularization. securitization derivatives all of these things that savvy investors figured out that the cheapest most effective way to bet against the entire housing market was to buy credit default swaps in fact taking out in expensive insurance policies that would pay off big when other people's mortgage investments went south no one else would have even thought of writing those stories that you out and you that were able just to make it so understandable but I'm not an expert on that kind of stuff so it had to be put in the language that I understood that I thought I could explain have you done a lot of stories that that ended up with change legislation or change rules or change the world there's a story called the insiders aha was story about insider trading and in Congress and the fact that there were no laws against so congressman get a pass on insider trading they do if you are a member of Congress and use it on the defense that committee your free trade defense stock as much as you want to if you're on the Senate banking committee you can trade bank stock as much as you want and that regularly goes on craft reported how middle class politicians became millionaires profiting from inside information they learned on Capitol Hill while a reform bill called the stock act languished in obscurity. we stood outside the capital and talk to congressman who are coming up you know anything about the stock at noon I don't think so the stock.

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"john le carre" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"You know, giving all of that a pass it appears, and and there's no collusion. But he's now going to try to get an indictment from anybody who was ever close to Trump's and whoever answers the question different from what he would like them to answer. And he's trying to get them to shoehorn to answering the way he wants them to answer. So I think what Bob Muller is done is brought you know, I think he's defending his own great reputation with with what he's doing on this education. Maybe I'll be proven wrong when he comes out with what he comes out with. But for the very first time, it was whole process. I really think it's it's a scam. Hey, and I think it's a shame. Matt let me let me I'm gonna play something for you. This is an interview that John Le Carre spy author. With ties to British intelligence and the intelligence community worldwide he gave with Terry gross a year ago a year ago October, and I want you to get this. He talks about self compromise. And I watch I wanna get your reaction to you. Tell me if this is not how things have played out. Here's what John McCarthy had to say, there's also the Russian dossier, which says that the Russians have compromised, compromising material on Donald Trump in this case part of the compromise is a video in which that's alleged to reveal that President Trump watch certain sexual acts. So what's your knowledge of compromise? Did you have like any direct encounters with that? I think the comprom- out if it's taken place is taking place that he largely through Trump's own endeavors to raise money and all sorts of dark places and together all those efforts amount to a self compromising activity, which the Russians have embraced. I think they have in by the short has. So. So it's funny because there was a whole 'nother thing where he talks about the intelligence agents going to him. What does your what's your sort of reaction? I mean, this is a year ago. We're we're still we're still in this. We're still mired in this. What do you think? Well, it's just a stupid. It's like what what would they have on here that hasn't been said about what would they have on him that we haven't had to like wallowing for the last year? I mean, what are they going to say that he had fair? That he hung around with a porn actress. Oh know, I don't know what they're gonna say. They said all of these things already. So I don't know what what you could possibly have. If they haven't already put out there. And I just feel like as far as Trump is concerned a to anything. He's a person that will stand up to people who are threatening and intimidating him. I just it. I don't think it works. I think it's an absurd. It's absurd. Dang. He's still perfect. I would say that as well. But effective my biggest virtually no matter what what you speak of him. He will fight for what he believes that aren't they? Slap American conservative union will have the league up. Thank you so much for joining us today. Okay. Thanks for having me on when we come on. We're taking more your taking more your phone calls. I'm gonna play more. This John Le Carre stuff. I'm Andrew Langer sitting in for Laura Ingraham on the Laura Ingram show. The Laura Ingraham show..

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"john le carre" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Maybe towards the end of the show. We'll talk a little bit about Christmas music. I don't know if Laura's had a conversation with you guys about this all the politically, correct stuff. But I I love this. What by the way? If you don't know this is the waitresses Christmas, wrapping W R P I N G, which to me the fact that nobody has made a hallmark movie based on the plot of this song is astounding to me. Lifetime network. Hallmark network did on this. Anyway, I'm Andrew Langer. I'm sitting in for Laura Ingraham today. We're talking about Muller our talking about the Muller investigation. We don't even gone into Komiya. We'll get to that in a minute. Taking your phone calls. Eight five five forty Laura. Also your tweets at Andrew underscore Langer on Twitter. Let's go to Dan in Nebraska, Dan, walk with the Laura Ingraham show. How's it going? All right. So my point is I don't think. They like seeing. A guy with no political background experience do their job better than they can do it. Yes. And I think they're trying to hang up on anything. They can find listen. I I think I think I think you starts off very correct is that this is certainly going way way back to getting Trump, elected or Trump's election. They did everything in their power to try to prevent and there is a day there. There is a there these stablishment because Donald Trump is going to disrupt an up and the establishment the establishment did not want Donald Trump to get elected. So they created this whole elaborate scheme. To prevent him from getting elected. It did not work Trump gets elected. And so then they shift into high gear to completely try to de-legitimize the election. In fact, I'm going to try to find this get the audio clip. John Le Carre who is a a spy novelist used to be a huge fan of John Le Carre he took an interview with Terry gross on fresh air. A book came out last year, and he talked about this. And he talked about the deep state putting pressure. This is no joke putting pressure on Donald Trump. So that he would force to be resigned. He would be forced to be resigned. He would force be forced to resign. I find this. Because I know I I accepted the clips myself for my own show on WBAL. And I'm sure I could find them, but we'll go we'll go check that out. But that's that's absolutely the case. And to me again, it comes back to Donald Trump offends them. And so part of it is to get him out. Did you legitimize part of it is to get it as tax returns? So then I agree with you wholeheartedly. I'm not missing anything there. Dan. Nope. Thank you very much for the call. I appreciate it. We're gonna continue to talk about this because there's so much. There's so much out there. Adam Schiff, we actually need to get the audio of Adam Schiff talking on on CNN, Trump may face real prospect of jail time, Cheryl Atkinson, who's now, my Facebook friend. I'm quite excited about this shirl Atkinson, formerly of CBS, contributing to the hill. She writes in part, it's the link of of time that it's taken that has rendered special counsel Robert Muller's probe functionally irrelevant. The fact is whatever Muller announces isn't likely to change many minds at this point. Instead, it will support what people already believe Muller exonerates Trump of colluding with Russia. Well, we all know Muller's Republican besides look at all the shady characters is surrounded the Trump and got in trouble that proves he is guilty of something Muller, implicates, Trump and Russia collusion. Well, we all know, the fix was it from the start and collusion isn't even a crime anywhere. Anyhow Sherlock incentives. A real good. Honest broker anywhere. We're taking your tax take your phone calls. You can Email the show. You can Email me. Andrew m languor edgy Mel dot com. You can also check out the Andrew Langer show page on Facebook. But I am Andrew longer. I am sitting in for Laura Ingraham the number here. Eight five five forty Laura when we come back. We're going to be joined by match slap from the.

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"john le carre" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Then uses their jobs and their credentials to spy on somebody and report back and it would seem that indeed someone was spying on the trump campaign now what does that crazy i mean if that's if that really is true what does that do to the entire investigation and then possible taint that hovers over the investigation because it made the whole investigation would then be considered in my view almost the fruit of the poisonous tree yeah and we don't know yet part of this is going to come down to who exactly this person was or actually you know what i don't think we even need to know who exactly the person is to what we do need to know is what the extent of the center action was like who were they talking to where they inside or outside what kind of work were they doing ended they entrap anybody in the process so again this would have been and already is given these spying on carter page just seems to be kind of a bumbling goofball the this is unprecedented for an outgoing administration to engage in a spying campaign on a on a on a candidate about whom they think very little or they're afraid of the trump campaign in order to provide what peter struck called an insurance policy against his becoming president or if he did become president way to remove him from the presidency now this is something out of like john le carre novel but it seems that that something like that would i think kimberly make it more understandable as to why the fbi is so reluctant to turn over these documents because if that's the trail that we're on right now then that will look so bad for the fbi from the from the outset on on the so called russia collusion theory and that's the key word laura reluctance because i think what's important here as well as to look at just the bad faith that the department of justice has practiced with regard to this inquiry you know the speaker of the house paul ryan actually chided them last week and said that not only was this newness request completely appropriate but that this information should have been turned over long ago and what he was essentially saying is that when mr nunez send you i subpoena last august this should have been included with it and so the.

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"john le carre" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Portion of savings and i'm i'm not a gold bug i've never been involved with gold up until the last five years or so but i realized that that goal just happened to be uh the only on correlate completely unclear latest asset there was not connected to the financial system and was not connected to the uh to the banking system uh and uh and could be owned effectively without without dealing with uh with financial instruments and banks uh and it's also doesn't have cash flow which which a lot of uh people who um poor investors look negga you know look at it negatively and say that therefore doesn't have any value but in fact the fact that it is not measured by the same model that everybody else uh is measured by which is the discounted cashflow model is actually a tremendous source of of uh of of difference uh and diversification and so i i focused on physical gold uh as a as a way to protect uh a portion of your portfolio i mean it sounds is frankly i mean it sounds a little weird uh in today's day and age uh with the college you talk about but you know sometimes uh going back is the right way i was watching a interview the other day uh which original sixty minutes which originally ran in september with john le carre who's a writer spy novels and that the person who interview the ask him so in the world of uh you know trying to create espionage and and cyber cyber methods are all these things that you have been writing about obsolete to which here applied they've never been more relevant but now a paper is pay for his back if you really want to keep something secret you've got to write it down in the piece of paper right and have a human delivered right otherwise everything everything is can be hacked an excess and so what i realize i mean in the financial system we're all yes it's a digital everything is subject to cyber risk and everything subject to leverage and and.

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"john le carre" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on WTMA

"Portion of savings and i'm i'm not a gold bug i've never been involved with gold up until the last five years or so but i realized that that goal just happened to be uh the only on correlate completely i'm correlated asset there was not connected to the financial system was not connected to the uh to the banking system uh and um and could be owned effectively without uh without dealing with the financial instrument some banks uh and it's also doesn't have cash flow which which a lot of uh people who um poor investors look negative you know look at it negatively and say that therefore doesn't have any value but in fact the fact that it is not measured by the same model that everybody else uh is measured by which is the discounted cashflow model is actually a tremendous source of of uh of of difference uh and diversification and so i i focused on physical gold uh uh as a as a way to protect uh a portion of your portfolio mean it sounds is frankly i mean it sounds a little weird uh in today's day and age uh with the college talk but you know sometimes uh going back is the right way i was watching a interview the other day uh which original sixty minutes which originally ran in september with john le carre who's a writer spy novels and the person who interview the ask him so in the world of uh you know trying to create espionage and in cyber cyber methods are all these things that you've been writing about obsolete to which here replied they've never been more relevant but now a paper is papers back if you really want to keep something secret you got to write it down in the piece of paper right and have a human deliver raised otherwise everything everything is can be hacked and access and so what i realize i me in the financial system we're all yes it's a digital everything is subject aside brisk and everything is subject to leverage and and these risks that that we just saw little glimpse uh a week ago uh maybe going back to basics uh is is is fun intuitively uh the most effective uh protection and so.

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"john le carre" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Uh apportion the savings and i'm i'm not a gold bug i've never been involved with gold up until the last five years or so but i realized that that goal just happened to be uh the only on rely completely i'm correlated asset there was not connected to the financial sis was not connected to the uh to the banking system uh and uh and could be owned effectively without without dealing with uh with financial instrument some banks uh and it's also doesn't have cash flow which which a lot of uh people who are poor investors look negga you know look at it negatively and say that therefore doesn't have any value but in fact the fact that it is not measured by the same model that everybody else uh is measured by which is the discounted cashflow model is actually a tremendous source of of uh of of difference uh and diversification and so i i focused on physical gold uh uh as a as a way to protect uh a portion of your portfolio i mean it sounds is frankly i mean it sounds a little weird uh in today's game age uh with the ecology talking about it but you know sometimes uh going back is the right way i was watching the interview the other day uh which original sixty minutes which originally ran in september with john le carre who's who's a writer spy novels and the person who interviewed the ask him so in the world of uh you know electronic espionage and and cyber cyber methods are all these things that you've been writing about obsolete to which he replied have never been more relevant than now uh taper is papers back if you really want to keep something secret you got to write it down in the piece of paper right and have a human delivered right otherwise everything everything is can be hacked and access and so what i realize me in the financial system we're all yes it's a digital everything is subject to cyber risk and everything subject to leverage and and these risks that that we just saw little glimpse uh a week ago uh maybe going back to basics uh is is is on intuitively uh the most effective uh protection and so that's that's what i did i'm speaking the simon mikhailovitch simon mukalla vhich and we're speaking of the present market turbulence and what is to be done and.

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"john le carre" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"That is helpful wanna go to our guest immediately my old buddy match slap how are you doing today my friend i'm doing great andrew how are you i'm i'm doing fantastic catching you are on cnn yeoh yesterday and today i i i had the talk to you about what's going on and let me i can't believe you're watching cnn well listen you know i know you're going to be there so i have to i have to tune tuna okay i wanna start here with the most important question matt and it's going to be it this is the hardest hit in one here are we witnessing the beginning of a silent coup yeah that's a great question um you know uh i think we have i think we are witnessing the beginning of that like go on for probably a little longer could would realise yeah that's what this is all about is dislodged trump by any means possible well it's funny we you know we played a lotta clips of john le carre uh talking about russian compromise that's and r an and trump being confronted by this and and you move forward and the narrative pivoted didn't in it and it on the split in the last forty eight hours that the first thirty six were all about bannon bannon's comments about treason now we've pivoted to the the president's mental state you've seen the president m and you've worked in the white house i want to get your thoughts on the chaos in the white house is compared to other white houses but also your views of the president's mental state okay so the first thing is i i do deal with the president i have dealt with it for a couple of years uh dealt with him before us and look there is no question that he is his own guy he's a billionaire whose lived a big full life and he's very driven he's very opinionated and so what some people deal with a personality like that uh it's easy for them to mischaracterize uh those personality trait that donald trump has the second thing is uh i think it's very unfortunate that he seemed to surround himself when he first struck to the white house with a lot of people that just don't really like him i.

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"john le carre" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The i think only been nominated for an oscar once for tinker taylor soldier spy wanted i'm john le carre movies but he's one of the when they list the great actors who have yet to win an oscar he's always one of those listed agreements but been doing brilliant work for thirty years and he disappears into the role of winston churchill i think this is actually one of the best portrayals of winston churchill ever because of course you get the big speechifying you know that he was famous for but you also see him as he was at the time in 1919 forty the new leaves the appointed prime minister he was not a young man he was that any was this very gracious eater heavy day drinker know could be very bombastic s and fits of temper and was not the most popular guy he then parliament will you he got he got elected yeah f threats shortly after the war and but you know he was the right man at the right time this is interesting because we talked about the great movie dunkirk speaking of christopher nolan which is all about you know the troops who were in all the almost all the british troops were trapped in than the civilian boats were sent by churchill does to rescue them this movie is set in the days and weeks just before that were everybody else is saying in the british government saying we need to talk to mussolini and basically surrender were we lost europe hitler's gonna win the war and churchill refuses and i think we've got a clip here were you see word one of the strategist as saying listen it's over we just got to figure out the best just a terms of of surrender essentially hitler will not insist on outrages terms he will know his own weaknesses he will be weeks wide whether or not simply learned why it of us well womb a please god give it a bitch pictures but you will try not to use on way guides i got quite y'all hey.

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"john le carre" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of hope offers and that opportunity solomon frazier had such an opportunity thanks the project home he's a septic custodian this is the best job i ever ed ed guess what i'll do a thing the message and he says the new center will give others the same hope he now has is something that's go to make way for a lot of things to happen tim jimenez kyw newsradio overseas had gender barrier benz but doesn't quite break in an exclusive london thus sample club has been among the few london gentleman's clubs that continues to bar women until now one member recently announced he is transitioning from male to female and the club which includes the spy novelist john le carre among its members has made it clear she is as warmly welcome now as he was then after all member points out the rule is that no one is allowed to apply and this woman didn't keep arkar cbs news london today's ninety six five with their kyw entertain mentioned minute alec baldwin and his wife used acre betty famed cake to reveal the gender of their fourth child f l boy the bear said the moment with their three children aged four to thirteen month that will be one hectic household hurled with laughter loved for their new brother and brotherly love aping belly knows all about well it might be the inspiration for sean at pete combs new monica brother live is no stranger to the name change well the 1997 it was known as puff daddy then sean john puffy pede that he then ejup the pay and was just did he then there was also king calls for a week many believe that the change comes ahead of the release of a fixed studio album due out in december catch me today on cbs 3 eyewitness news at five with the hat mena i'm backstrom todays965com kyw newsradio because type for fifty two pico brings us traffic and transit.

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"john le carre" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"System that exists encryption decryption or are based on fact ring numbers you multiplied too a huge prime numbers together to get an an enormous number that is basically the young crackle code for your for your uh machine for your encryption and then you decrypt using the knowledge of of what the factors are and to try to us in a figure out what those numbers are through brute force as they say were essentially running every number that there is which is the only traditional solution yup takes thousands and thousands of years it said a quantum computer could do it in a matter of minutes you've got so that that's that's the order of magnitude of how much more powerful this would be in no encryption scheme no secret the governments have could survive in the age of a quantum computer so that that's that was one starting point the other starting point is that there is going on a low americans don't really realize it in enormous battle behind the scenes between the cia and the chinese intelligence service call the ministry state security there had been two cases of chinese attempts to penetrate the cia that were disclosed the sheer and court papers there may be another one coming along soon this is one of those subterranean battles that the spy agencies do that fast eight museam the novels we know everything about how the russians operate we could have grew up with their trade graf reading john le carre novels we know very little about the chinese so that was the i think the fun of reading the quantum spies taken into the world of this uschinese intelligence battle which i hope will seem quite fresh different people the mechanics of this are really fascinating i mean here comes the cia an in in your story and i guess in the real world to i'll i'll ask you but.

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"john le carre" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Completely different the somebody somebody else's onto a different vice so taken away from them right so uh is our next guest available we do have one okay the number of american studying abroad has doubled since two thousand one to over three hundred thousand in the 2014 2015 year and nearly one million international students were studying a colleges and universities in the united states that same year the exchanges students information has allowed for the blossoming of friendships and understand the between hostile countries but it's also a rich target for intelligence communities both at home and overseas for recruiting we're gonna talk more about that with daniel goldin is currently a senior editor at propublica he's author of the new book spice schools dana this is tom were training to the usa how are you hi tom a great to be with you thank you welcome welcome to upledger your here i only have a few months to touch enforce were coming up to a break but i did want to broach this subject with is something i didn't know so our foreign exchange students are they being recruited for intelligence community work i i'm not even sure what to ask you could you tell us more about this yeah we'll essentially a globalization is kind of turn universities into a front line for domestic and foreign espionage so you know some number of the the foreign students and and visiting the researchers professor who tho on here are you know they're they're targeting our our our governmentfunded research universities work cultivating you know informants on us policy and by the same token the cia and fbi at one a recruit some of these foreigners and send them home is our agent so it's kind of clandestine activity on both sides than the you know reminiscent of the john le carre novel we had it surf sounds i have a cia operatives have they enroll all the undercover like in colleges like say like harvard or something like that that's right i took a look at the kennedy school of harvard which is the premier you know public policy school they have a midcareer program which is primarily for foreigners uh uh foreign uh government officials foreign business people who are going to become leaders in their countries than and to see a.

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"john le carre" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on USA Today

"Then we we know as lowkey we know we know from a bunch of great roles he's he's going to be in the night manager it's a it's a great mix it's it's you know espionage novelist john le carre edits tom it'll stay in a new laurie who who we know from house kind of in a cat and mouse game uh lorry is a international arms trader kind of operates outside of government control it and he's a smart guy and hill stan is the night manager of a hotel but he's a former soldier and he's a very skilled uh young man but he's also has a little doubt a little uncertainty and let's hear a clip from night minutes for me rishard roper worldclass swims answered cry my what's funny with this this is already aired in england as as a lotta shows have different premiers in different countries it's a six part mini series um and i'll with him playing this role a lot of people it's stirred up a lot of online chatter about him being maybe the next james bond i asked him about it any any said he took it as a compliment he he was very uh was happy but he said it's not happening he said daniel craig is james bond but but he also said that uh you know i i did ask what would you want it if it were offered and he he added a you know pretty diplomatic answer that he wound really know until he were offered it this was tv it's what he's has a thriving film career he wouldn't say anything about the next door movie the tried so it's kind of cool to see people go back and forth the nazi median evita movie yeah both directions he just finished seating skull occurring island yes and i i tottenham little with back fry satellite and he told me that he when he was shooting skulk hong kong island in australia he as like knocked on chris hemsworth store and like stay with him for a weekend and they caught up and like they're about to go start shooting nor this summer but he.

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"john le carre" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"And even if it was authentic this was the influence of a foreign government in a campaign and again it gets back to the selective outrage you know that nobody's upset about bad going on but everybody's upset about russia but it wasn't it wasn't a foreign government and yet sing the camp again you you can find any example of anything in some small degree somewhere else can i read just what the the the email said the don jr got very high level and sensitive information that is part of russia and its government support of mr trump russia and its government support of mr trump yeah this is from the popmusic promoter right okay only one of people on asleep liaison you honestly believed that a conspiracy to have the russian government collude with the trump campaign that the intermediary would be a pop music promoter well he was more really his father things are that it's not yet lewis than natasha it's not john le carre putin find semi anonymous rosli denial of people of canada's emissaries by the way at that meeting was a man called renowned act mission renenic mission was in the kgb during the soviet period that you can read about this in the new york times so a former quote unquote russian spy attended the meeting with miss vessel need sky which don charity irish poet in a for a nation did he provided anybody we don't know okay frankly don't trust anybody who was at that meeting because they all say different things that's all conde mmediately went to a discussion of russian adoption and the magnet skier alsavah vessel needs sky with campaign against magnus rainiest checks and emails from people who were in the meeting.

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"john le carre" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on About to Review

"Anybody who watches its movie who like man i want to go back and read the graft novel and see how much it relates to it spoiler alert there's one fighting in the comic book right and it's not very long no it's it's a couple panels and knitted yet couple pages phone every couple of pages you it is in the stairwell so they did nail that right out the dead new movie but to the the graphic novel was not this action thriller you know no it it reads like a spy thriller spy thriller like a tournament of the guy's name um the authors escaping me tinker taylor soldiers by a roof le carre john le carre and give it reads like the google later yeah korea do that um it reads just like a a s yeah like a spicer i mean there's not it's it's just an interesting conversation to have once you once you see the the source material and you realize that this is a movie that that takes those beats and rosamund in there and then just amplifies everything to the end degree and whether it's the action sequences whether it's the production design um you know there was a joke made about so sharly sarah nhs character has now a bedroom that's completely lit in neon income ends y'all the question was how does she sleep yet at headingley all that neon illinois and someone said you know apparently with no clothes on because in the movie she has often not closed but um there's just it inin you know the thing that dumb the movie plays up his is the it 1989 the berlin wall and it's not really i mean it's there.

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"john le carre" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"john le carre" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"We have that if we do let's play the whole interchange because you you have to listen to this to see what this become and let me tell you something else senator wyden senator feinstein and all the other persecutors sh might just might find out that their voters and not that stupid listen to this carefully mr sessions are are you familiar with what spies called freight craft a little bit that vault things like over communications and then drops in brush passes right that is part of the fight fiction john le carre daniel silva fix matthews now alan i david i miss this thing in his knife is his book be like jason born or james von movies no yes have you ever in any of these fantastic full situations part of a plot line so ridiculous that a sitting united states' senator an an investor of a foreign government colluded an open setting with hundreds of other people to pull off the greatest cater in the history of the from thank you for saying that uh senator cotton is just like through the lookingglass i mean what is this i explained how in good fight i said i had not met with russians because they were uh suggesting is a surrogate had been meeting continued flavor rights and that that i didn't meet with them well there it is the hearing blew up in the face of the democrats once again the only question is will it affect any one out there in terms of the voters ship i don't think so those of us on the other side noted the democrats are party not of obstruction.

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