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"johnny jetson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"johnny jetson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Keep up the great work being towners. Tom no stop what he calls us. Beaten boston says beantown. Nope we love you. Mike but stop. Yeah johnny jetson rock-solid michael mikhail holes. The sound is off to poppy. brian harris hate. Load the test. Let's put the accident. Sec lemus dumbest. Most moronic song ever written record by anybody in music history while yeah you're wrong one hundred percents on it. You know you might not like it to say. That's the worst song of all time. That's that's terrible opinion. Fads brian darryl fence. But that's horrible. Yeah exactly so over our group page. Jim schmitz this album was my gateway to kiss. Great memories ryan cruzel. I like eric. Cars version of. Beth is much as peter chris. I know i'm in the minority but it was my first version and happens us. Brennan beria my go-to version of love. God i absolutely love the remixed they put on it do not. Many people jumped in on that and agreed that is insane. I mean jebsen did on all of that. I'll have a gibson's dropped on his head. One too many times at jepson go get vaccinated bra. Kevin jebsen when this came out. I loved it and listened to it all the time because it was kissed. Now i really do unless it's love gun love that version but i am a sucker for the two new songs man. You guys had me cracking up again. I sure hope we can hang out for some drunk laughter in the buffet on the cruise has ever manner system and who the buffet at the harrow. Club and talk about cute. Piss cakes mr feces. What normal people talk about. We love your kevin davao by daniel. People's i thought sonny pony was the authority on chick heat index. I don't even know what that means. But i think he's. I think he means like like rating the hotness of chicks i think yeah because he's commenting on jebsen and those ugly change. No ponies just just comments on bridget fonda. That's it and is awful taste in music and checks. Scott maze like you guys said great star pack for kis beginner plus..

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"johnny jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"johnny jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball causes is when he was up at bat. He was so scared of getting hit by the ball high school. You know, your personality stood for grabs Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. They were super handsome and in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams. The shorts these Hawaiian shorts by those, and they had really long hair, and they were, they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname. Think they called themselves, the Jetsons effort to themselves because the Jetsons was people from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves, and that is that the third person, the Jetsons, are coming to get you the Jetsons will see you the Jetsons. They would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson tomorrow, magical figures. And he's magical figures assistant football coaches. They gave Gary his own nickname in of junior year. It was not a glittery namely the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They call him as in waste of talent tallit Goldman to playing football. Told him that football will get him a college scholarship. Get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They want him on the team so badly. Because Gary with a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is the Peabody Massachussetts bus and several near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back, then we're five nine five ten Gary was six six two hundred pounds. And he was leading, but basketball and his high school team. This is scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying what he really loved doing. Art projects going to the arts and craft store reading, get an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. Pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That was my. That was my childhood, I felt so sorry for him. Like the whole point of his character is that he sat in only even that wasn't lonely enough. You have to kill off his dog. Yes. So the jets started telling him that they were going to make him into a star he laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons. Sure. But he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied, he was bullied out of literally ball, no way. And then his junior ended and just a couple of days in December break, it was June.

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"johnny jetson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"johnny jetson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"E San Francisco, and cake, QE. I north highlands, Sacramento the time now nine PM, Gary did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball of causes is when he was up at bat. He was so scared of getting hit by the ball. When you're in high school, you know, your personality is still up for grabs Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. They were super handsome and in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams the shorts these Hawaiian shorts through by those, and they had really long hair, and they were they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname, I think they call themselves the Jetsons effort to themselves because the Jetsons was Jubal from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves in that is that the third person the Jetsons. Are coming to get you the Jetsons. We'll see you the Jetsons. That's what they would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson be with you tomorrow. There's like magical figures. And these figures, these assistant football coaches, they gave Gary his own nickname, and fall junior year. It was not a glittery name like the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They call him as in waste of talent to like golden to playing football with they told him the football will get him a college scholarship get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They want him on the team so badly because Gary was a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is in Peabody, Massachusetts. Boston suburb near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back then were five nine five ten Gerry was six six two hundred pounds and it was leading the basketball and his high school team. This is scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying what he really loved doing. Art projects going to the arts and craft store reading he gets an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. That's a pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That was my. That was my childhood. I felt so sorry for him. I. Like the whole point of his character is that he sat in only even that wasn't lonely enough, you have to kill off his God. Yes, soon, the jets instead started telling him that they were going to make him into a star. He laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons shore, but he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied, he was bullied out of literally. So football no way. And then his junior year ended and just a couple of days into summer break. It was June six.

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"johnny jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"johnny jetson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Greenspace. This is WNYC FM HD and AM, New York. did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball of causes is when he was up at bat. He was scared of getting hit by the ball. But when you're in high school, you know, your personality still up for grabs and Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. There were super handsome and in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams. The short these Hawaiian shorts through those, and they had really long hair, and they were, they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname. I think they called themselves, the Jetsons effort to themselves because the Jetsons was people from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves, and that is that the third person. Yeah. The Jetsons are coming to get you the Jetsons will see you the Jetsons. That's what they, sometimes they would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson who'd be with you tomorrow. There's like magical figures. And these magical figures these assistant football coaches, they gave Gary his own nickname, and fall of junior year. It was not a glittery namely the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They caught him as in waste of talent tallit Godin to playing football. The football will get him a college scholarship. It'd get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They went on on the team so badly because Gary was a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is impunity Massachusetts Boston suburb near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back then with five nine five ten Gary was six six two hundred pounds newsletter. Play basketball on his high school team. This is scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying, what he really loved doing was art projects going to the arts and craft store reading he gets an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. That's a pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That was that was my that was my childhood. I felt so sorry for him. I like the whole point of his character. Is that he sat only even that wasn't lowly enough? You have to kill off his. Yes. So in the debt and started telling him that they were going to make him into a star. He laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons shore, but he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied he was bullied out of little league. So football no way. And then his junior ended and just a couple of days in December break, it was.

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"johnny jetson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"johnny jetson" Discussed on KCRW

"Gary did not want to become a football player. No interest in the game at all. Here's a timid kid kind of kid who in baseball would cause his is when he was up at bat. He was so scared of getting hit by the ball. But when you're in high school, you know, your personality is still up for grabs and Gary school. There's not one person but to people with a very different vision of who he was. They were assistant high school football coaches and very noticeable big personalities and they were twins. And I don't really know their name I'd seen them around. They were super handsome. And in great shape. I mean, they were ripped and they would wear gold's gym tank tops and jams. The shorts these Hawaiian shorts by those, and they had really long hair, and they were, they were very charming, charismatic funny, and they were known as the Jetsons which was this, the self proclaimed nickname, I think they called themselves the Jetsons offered to themselves because the Jetsons was visible from the future, and they felt that they were like that. They would definitely the first people I ever noticed who referred to themselves, and that is that the third person. Yeah. The jetsons. Are coming to get you the Jetsons. Will see you the Jetsons. That's what they, sometimes they would they would say, Johnny Jetson will be with you today. Joe Jetson who'd be with you tomorrow. There's like magical figures. And these magical figures these assistant football coaches, they gave Gary his own nickname in the fall of junior year. It was not a glittery name like the Jetsons kind of the opposite actually waste. They call him as in waste of talent to like golden to playing football. The told him the football will get him a college scholarship. It'd get him girls. This is the newspaper would write about him. They want on on the team so badly because Gary was a giant compared to most of the kids playing football back then this is in Peabody, Massachusetts. Boston suburb near Salem in the late eighties. Most high school players back then with five nine five ten Gary was six six. Two hundred pounds news athletic play basketball and his high school team. Those coaches scolded him for his complete lack of aggression, and for crying what he really loved doing was art projects going to the arts and craft store reading he gets an enormous stuffed animal collection in his room, even in high school. That's a pretty depressed at the time. Carries a comedian today, Gary Coleman stage when he tries to describe what he was like, as a kid, I talk about being Charlie Brown. I say picture my childhood, Charlie Brown. If Snoopy had died. That, that was my that was my childhood, I felt so sorry for him is. Like the whole point of his character is that he sat in only even that wasn't lonely. Enough, you have to kill off his, yes, soon, the Jetsons started telling him that they were going to make him into a star. He laughed it off. He liked the attention from the Jetsons shore, but he did not consider this seriously at all. Football seemed brutal, just nonstop violent physical contact. He did not think he cut it guys who played football. They were so tough. Gary on the other hand, he got picked on. He got bullied, he was bullied out of literally. So football no way. And then his junior ended and just a couple of days into summer break. It was June.

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"johnny jetson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:51 min | 3 years ago

"johnny jetson" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Batchelor. This is John Batchelor. The story of is the story of deception. How is it that the ala deceived? Hitler Himmler Gehring the whole Nazi apparatus and the Vermont and all of the ways to discern where the cross channel invasion was going to strike. How do they do that? How did they keep it going not only till June six than the landing itself but weeks afterwards to tie down very good German armor units at places where the Germans believed the allies were really going to invade. They thought Normandy was a faint a new book. Double cross the true story of the day spies. Ben MacIntyre, the author, Ben, congratulations and good evening. I take you to a chilling moment. It is may nineteen forty four. We know now that the the balloon. Will go up and the invasion will go out June sixth at this point. There was reason to believe that if the tides and the weather worked they could've gone as early as may. So what they know back in London at Shaef what they know in in Berlin, what they know along the French coast is that the could come at any moment where they want to know where is it? Norway is at the bay of Biscay is at Pas-de-Calais across across from the channel coast, or is it Normandy a much more difficult, but very commodious beaches at the Custodio prison oct- prince Albrecht Strada neoclassical former museum of decorative arts. I learned from you, Ben there's a man being tortured. His name is Jacobson. Who is he? And what does he know? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. Well, this is a story of a man called Johnny Jetson, and he Jetson walls an extraordinarily figure. Really? He he was a Robert Dole g German businessman who has been a office during the war at the beginning of pop. Germany. Organization. Strange rolling within it kind of freelance recruiter. But the moment you take us to. Before d day Jetson is the only person within the German high command who knows the story of Dida who knows the secret. He's the only one who knows that the landings are really going to take pacing Normandy under the fake threat that had been a months and months and months to the Pas-de-Calais in the north food. Now, the reason he's the only person that node Jetson double agent. In the middle of the wool while continuing to work for German intelligence. He had secretly been working allied intelligence under the codename operation. Onto the codename autism. That was that was he's running codename. And he was an extraordinary source for the British intelligence for five because he was the only one who was plunged deeply into the intelligence system of the German high command. And at the moment that we catch him being tortured. He has been picked up by German intelligence. He's been handed Gestapo, and they are trying to extract from him what he knows now back in London. He the rest is kidnapping has sent a chill of horror through the British establishment because the secret operations that no. The jets knows the secrets, and they also know that if these one Jomon spied break before d day, he will reveal the secret. And if that happened the invasion of Normandy with Tun into a blood ball because instead of reinforcing the paddock expecting the time to come there. They would send all that troops to nominee. The stakes in. In a way in that moment in prince albatross could not conceivably have been higher. I'm speaking of Ben MacIntyre, and I just learned a lesson from bed. I just made the mistake of saying his name was Jacobson not Johnny Jebsen. But you know, what I've learned from you, Ben is that the way when you're running double agents the way you call yourself, your codename should be very close to your own name. So that if anyone uses it accidentally, they will not recall that it's different from your code name his name, Johnny Jebsen. I call them Jacobson. So if anyone had overheard. Great cover. Right. If anyone had overheard us, and they are hearing right now, they wouldn't be sure whether it's Johnny Jebsen and Jacobson, and I make this point also because when you read Ben's book, you'll understand everything we're telling you is as close as you can get to the facts, Ben is dealt with the files themselves from five mix, and what we have left of their and the Nazis, the SS, but inside this is fiction within fiction within fiction. I often read this thinking, I wonder if that's true. I wonder who that really is. I wonder whether it ever really happened. We have plundering of funds. Always people skimming we have people lying to themselves often. They're they're ready to be double agents. But at any moment, the ready to betray you. And that's the way they get through their crises. So let's begin with what I've learned of these agents because it's not just Johnny Jebsen. Although that is the most chilling. Of all, and we'll come back to Johnny Jebsen and his fate and nine hundred forty four nine hundred forty five we begin with the friendship of Johnny Jebsen and man named Dusan. Dusko Papa they are friends from the nineteen thirties. They go to university together one's younger. I believe Jebsen is younger than pop off. So let's introduce Popoff who eventually becomes a double agent. Where does he come from? What is this family? Ben. Really, the cool of the double agent authorisation run by the British students and world while off walls a Serbian playboy. He was very wealthy, man. He came from the rich family, and he second cells up as a kind of independent lawyer and businessman in Belgrade in just before the war. But he was himself a vigorous anti-nazi and the beginning of the war. He was recruited into German intelligence by his best friend, Johnny Jetson. They've been university together. Very similar kind of today. What might cool them sort of you? Right. Trash ready. They would knocking around. You're having a fantastic time living, very least kind of lifestyle Jebsen recruited poeple because he knew the poeple traveled internationally a great deal, but he would be able to go to London from London. He would be able to send back. Interesting reports for German intelligence now right at the beginning of this relationship, you have to bear in mind that both sides was sort of lying to each other. And it was quite the beginning of the Jetsons. Self was quite vigorously anti nuts. He was not the classic kind of Nazi figure. He he he was actually very pro British Popoff new this. Now, the Paul was then sent to by the German intelligence once he derived, a he. Immediately defected to British intelligence and was recruited into a growing group within British intelligence called the double cross emits another double cross committee was a group that was responsible for inculcating, enemy spies turning them. In the in the pollen to the time on using them against the enemy. In other words. The Germans continued to believe these spies were working for them and it began under the auspices of five the security system in Britain. He began to feedback systematic this information to his German Honda's, we go to the five part, this is the Savoy hotel. And I promise you one of the pleasures of this book is that these double and triple agents spend a great deal of money at the best hotels, despite the fact that Europe is burning they're enjoying themselves. Johnny Jebsen and Popoff drink champagne and smoke cigarettes all night and dense around with whatever woman is passing their. Fancy live at the best hotels spent run up enormous bills that they let either five mix or the Ave our or the FBI pay off. So let's go to the savvy hotel. It's Christmas time nineteen forty and in strolls tar Robertson, you describe him as an officer in the C fourth highlanders. But he looks despite the fact that he's very attractive. He looks to be the English equivalent of Johnny Jebsen and Popoff. He's a playboy. He's he's very loose with his his skills. And he's looking for something to do tar Robertson. However has the genius of double cross. What does he say to pop up? What does pop off say to him that tells tar that he can turn them. Well, it's pretty clear to tall, right? From the beginning that Paul is potentially incredibly powerful weapon to be used against the German tall say was himself a sort of playboy. And I think that is why they go on and say, well, they realized that in this war that we often think of in in black and white, but really full the spies. It was fourteen shades of moral gravies or not straightforward people north a story about straightforward men of wall who fight with guns and bombs and bullets. It's really a story about subterfuge and stealth under an incredible network of deception. Build out of a thousand lies really and unpopular was absolutely key to that. And the two of them spending evening drinking in the Savoy, Adele at the end of it. They had agreed pulse would operate under the codename tricycle as a double. Agent that he would begin to really convince the Germans that. He was the best spy in Britain. Now, one of tricky ways of doing this is if you're running a double agent, you have to send back information that he's not any believable back to the enemy, but he has to be true. Because if the enemy can check it and discovers that you'll sending obviously full information. Now, we alive that you've been done. So today saying they set up a special committee in London called the twenty committee. Another twenty committee was so cool because a twenty in Roman numerals is of course, to X's a double cross stop right there that Ben stop right there. We'll we'll come back to the world of fiction of the double cross the twenty committee. Ben MacIntyre the book is double cross it's the story of the day agents. But the setting up of the double and triple agency take several years before.

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"johnny jetson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:58 min | 3 years ago

"johnny jetson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Show. The story of Dido is the story of deception. How is it that the allies deceived? Hitler Himmler Gehring the whole Nazi apparatus and the Vermont and all of the ways to discern where the cross channel invasion was going to strike. How did they do that? How did they keep it going not only till June six than the landing itself? But weeks afterwards to tied down very good German armor units at places where the Germans believed the allies were really going to invade. They thought Normandy was a faint a new book. Double cross the true story of the day spies. Ben MacIntyre, the author, Ben, congratulations and good evening. I take you to a chilling moment. It is may nineteen forty four. We know now that the the balloon will go up and the invasion will go out June six at this point. There was reason to believe that if the tides and the weather worked they could have gone as early as may. So what they know back in London at Shaef what they know in Berlin what they know along the French coast is that the allies could come at any moment where they want to know where is it? Norway. The bay of Biscay is at Pas-de-Calais across across from the the channel coast, or is it Normandy a much more difficult, but very commodious beaches at the Custodio prison oct- prince Albrecht Strada neoclassical former museum of decorative arts. I learned from you, Ben there's a man being tortured. His name is Jacobson. Who is he? And what does he know? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. Well, this is the story of a man called Johnny Kempson. He say he gets walls an extraordinarily figure. I really he. He was a Robert dodgy German businessman who had been I've been office during the war at the beginning of possible. Another asset was Germany Kennedy's organization. I get some strange rolling within it. He was kind of freelance recruit. But at the moment, you take us to right before d day Jetson is the only person within the German high command who knows the story of who knows the secret. He's the only one who knows the be landings are really going to take place in Normandy under the fake threat that had built topic a months and months and months to the paddock ally in the north of the food. Now, the reason he's the only person that knows because camps and the double agent. In the middle of the wool while continuing to work for German intelligence. He had secretly been working allied intelligence under the codename operation. Onto the codename ought to that was that was he's running codename. And he was an extraordinary source for the British intelligence for my five because he was the only one he was plunged deeply into the intelligence system of the German high command. And at the moment that we catch him being tortured. He has been picked up by German intelligence. He's been handed Gestapo, and they are trying to extract from him what he knows now back in London. He's arrested and his kidnapping sent a chill of Hora through the British establishment because the secret operations that no that chips and knows the secret. They also know that if these one German spy break before day, he will reveal the secret. And if I happened the invasion of Normandy with Tun into a blood ball because instead of reinforcing the paddock on expecting the type to come there. They would send all that troops to nominee say the stakes. In a way, not moment in Intel could not conceivably have been higher. I'm speaking Ben MacIntyre, and I just learned a lesson from Ben I just made the mistake of saying his name was Jacobson not Johnny Jebsen. But you know, what I've learned from you, Ben is that the way when you're running double agents the way you call yourself, your codename should be very close to your own name. So that if anyone uses it accidentally, they will not recall that it's different from your code name his name, Johnny Jebsen. I call them Jacobson. So if anyone had overheard covering the second, we'll we'll right if anyone had overheard us, and they are hearing right now, they wouldn't be sure whether it's Johnny Jebsen and Jacobson, and I make this point also because when you read Ben's book, you'll understand everything we're telling you is as close as you can get to the facts, Ben is dealt with the files themselves from five mix, and what we have left of their. And the Nazis the SS, but inside this is fiction within fiction within fiction. I often read this thinking, I wonder if that's true. I wonder who that really is. I wonder whether it ever really happened. We have plundering of funds. Always people skimming we have people lying to themselves often. They're they're ready to be double agents. But at any moment ready to betray you. And that's the way they get through their crises. So let's begin with what I've learned of these agents because it's not just Johnny Jebsen. Although that is the most chilling of all and we'll come back to Johnny Jebsen and his fate. And nine hundred forty four nine hundred forty five we begin with the friendship of Johnny Jebsen. And a man named Dusan. Dusko Papa they are friends from the nineteen thirties. They go to university together one's younger. I believe Jebsen is younger than pop off. So let's introduce Popoff who eventually becomes a double agent. Where does he come from? What is his family? Ben. Fall is really the cool of the double agent operation run by the British June. The second World War off walls, a Serbian playboy. He was very wealthy, man. He came from a rich family, and he second cells up as a kind of independent lawyer and businessman in Belgrade in just before the war. But he was himself a vigorous anti-nazi and the beginning of the war. He was recruited into German intelligence by his best friend, Johnny Jetson. They've been university together they were very similar. They were kind of today. What might cool them sort the euro trash really they would knocking around. You're having a fantastic time living, very least kind of lifestyle on Jebsen recruited Popol because he knew the puff traveled internationally great deal that he would be able to go to London on the from London. He would be able to send back. Interesting reports for German intelligence now right at the beginning of this relationship. You have. A bear in mind sides was sort of lying to each other. And it was quite clear in the beginning of gypsum himself was quite vigorously and enough. He was not the classic kind of Nazi figure. He he he was actually very pro British and pop off new this. Now, the pope offers and center to London by the German intelligence wants you to rise day. He immediately defected to British intelligence and was recruited into a growing group within British intelligence cool to double cross commits another double cross going. He was a group that was responsible for intercepting enemy spies turning them in in the pollen to the time and using them against the enemy. In other words. The Germans continued to believe these spies were working for them. And he began under the auspices of 'em. I five the security system in Britain. He began to feedback. Systematic this information to his German Honda's, we go to the five part. This is the Savoy hotel. And I promise you one of the pleasures of this book is that these double and triple agents spend a great deal of money at the best hotels, despite the fact that Europe is burning they're enjoying themselves. Johnny Jefferson and Popoff a drink champagne and smoke cigarettes all night and dance around with whatever woman is passing their fancy live at the best hotels spent run up enormous bills that they let either five mix or the avair or the FBI pay pay off. So let's go to the Savoy hotel. It's Christmas time nineteen forty and in strolls tar Robertson, you describe him as an officer in the C fourth highlanders. But he looks despite the fact that he's very attractive. He looks to be the English equivalent of Johnny Jebsen and Popoff. He's a playboy. He's he's very loose with his is skills. And he's looking for something to do tar Robertson. However has the genius of double cross. What does he say? Up. What does pop off say to him that tells tar that he can turn them. Well, it's pretty clear to tall, right? From the beginning that Popoff is potentially an incredibly powerful weapon to be used against the German cars, you say was himself a sort of playboy. And I think that is why they go on say, well, they realized that in this war that we often think of in in in black and white, but really fully spies. It was fourteen shades of moral grave. He's not straightforward people. He's not a story about straightforward men of war who fight with guns and bombs and bullets. It's really a story about subterfuge and stealth and an incredible network of deception build out of a thousand lives, really. And and and Papa was obsolete key to that. And the two of them spending evening drinking in the Savoy, Adele. At the end of it. They had agreed Popoff would operate under the codename tricycle as a double agent that he would begin to really convince the Germans that. He was that best spy in Britain. Now, one of the tricky ways of doing this is if you're running a double agent, you have to send back information that he's not any believable back to the enemy, but it has to be true. Because if the enemy can check it and discovers that you'll sending Oviously full information. They'll realize that you've been done. So today saying they set up a special committee in London cool, the twenty committee, another twenty committee was so cool because a twenty in Roman numerals is of course, to x is a double cross stop right there that Ben stuff right there. We'll we'll come back to the world of fiction of the double cross the twenty committee. Ben MacIntyre the book double cross, it's the story of the day agents. But the setting up of the double and triple agency takes several years before. Forty four. Remember Jepson is in that Gestapo prison being tortured to death and Churchill is worried. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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