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The Best of Poble Sec, Barcelona's Liveliest Neighborhood

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:23 min | 1 year ago

The Best of Poble Sec, Barcelona's Liveliest Neighborhood

"Week. We hit to Basel Owners neighborhood off publicity to explore the flourishing food and drink see and to taste some of the city's best top US. Our Guide is Monaco's Julia Webster if you ask locals in Barcelona where to go for a bite to eat you're likely to be pointed in lots of different directions in the past few years. However the neighborhood of Bob Leszek located at the foot of the hill of Monte Week has been making its name in the local. Foodie seen this working class neighborhood used to be inhabited by factory work as fishermen and became a cultural hotspot at the beginning of the twentieth century when theaters and concert venues setup along avenue parallel more recently neighboring museums like the Monroe Foundation and the National Museum of Catalonia have attracted art lovers and tourists but today the neighborhood is worth a visit for its food offerings alone with both new and established restaurants serving a variety of different cuisines for breakfast or Brunch head to hotel twenty That opened in two thousand fifteen in of restored nineteenth century building. Take a seat. It's one of the mobile tables in the courtyard terrace surrounded by tropical plants. The menu has everything from expand addict to aside bows and strawberry topped pancakes but for most banish approach to breakfast local. Hamson cheeses on Bunko bread rubbed with tomato and sprinkled with olive oil. All the way to go on the edge of the hill is elevated. Montjeu week a small restaurants that opened just a couple of years ago as its name suggests but the main small Catalan space is limited but the bright interior is beautifully designed. Pull up a stool at the bar where you can get a good width of the Mediterranean tap on offer such as potato thirty meatballs and smoked Sardines hosted by Matha film publicist and Super Jaren. Cook at but it won't. Jake has become a popular spot for the creative crowd often with customers spilling out onto the street its proximity to some of Catalonia's most renowned performing arts status make it a great starting point for cultural evening where you can have a quick drink before heading to a show. You may even bump into some of the actors who come to unwind after hustles but the best time to visit. Is that the weekend when the chefs subs generous. Helpings of his special veal fiscus for lunch. If you don't expect Italian food to be. Oh best male in Barcelona. There's a restaurant justice short walk away that might persuade you. Otherwise twin brothers stay final and Max Columbia moved to bus of from Venice almost twenty years ago and fell in love with the city. That restaurant Chamois which means twins in Venetian has been hailed as the city's best Italian so saying the fineness local ingredients. They've created a winning version of their home regions classic recipes such as mashed with polenta and sweet and Sour Sardines. The Interior is cozy elegantly. Behemoth on and you can expect relaxed but attentive service. Finally a tour of publicity is incomplete without a visit to one of the city's oldest and best known Tapa. Spas he met. The humid- is a Standing Room. Only bar in an old fashioned Bodega. That fits around fifteen people at a time. Not much has changed since the current owners. Great-grandfather opened the establishment in nineteen fourteen to sell his homemade wine which he served with a plate of preserved food such as anchovies or olives. Today's key metric you met has gained a reputation as one of the city's most iconic eateries an attracts long queues of hungry customers. The menu includes the selection of more than eighty dishes such as an open sandwich of smoked. Salmon Greek yogurts truffle. Honey will the traditional skelly Bala burst peppers Jeans and onions. Wash it down with a glass of wine from the well-stocked seller unfit for monocle. I'm Judy Webster. You say

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"I think the transition to a new emperor, and the selection of the new name has proceeded pretty smoothly Naruhito. The new emperor has been broadly welcomed. He's seen as a unifying figure. The general public you've youth him as a very positive one is a great deal of confidence that he will maintain the traditions of his father Akito courses abdicated due to old age, no health. And I think in particular, what the public likes veto is his commitment to what has been at the forefront of Japanese postwar identity, which is this commitment to peace. That some that any in Japan, who political persuasions, I think, feel is very important as for the name Ray wa there were a few warbles initially when it was introduced, I think there was some confusion people. For reasons that are understandable, perhaps associated some elements of the Chinese characters with a more Regis war. More directing approach on the part of the Japanese government boat when people did deliver analysis and looked at the origins of the name, I think they saw it as being a very positive name, signalise, signaling beautiful piece. Beautiful harmony is variously translated and the positive connotations of the name. And of course, the new emperor has meant that I think the Japanese public feels quite positive about this change, and of course, with these big public events coming Jim President Trump's slated to visit Japan later this month, and then the fall meeting in June for the g twenty summit there is, I think a sense on the part of many people, both in government and outside. Japan is firmly on the map and is having the right level of influence international. Thank you very much. That was Joel Nielsen, ROY. And that's all for this edition of the briefing. It was produced by Reese, James research to buy uring, Julia Webster. Restore the America was Christie. The briefing is back tomorrow at the same time asked me day London time. Meanwhile, do join your base for today's edition of Midori house at eighteen hundred in London. I am Marcus hipping. Thanks for listening. And by for now..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"I tried to only take advertising and partnerships from the drum industry from day one and ask them to put girls and women in their product advertisements or just leave people out. And just give me product one of the things I really like about Tom, Tom is it combines elements of like, a conventional musicians magazine. So for example, like gear reviews album reviews as like lessons. It combines with features like recipes a stuff you can eat while you're on the road touring in the latest issue. The politics issue. There's an interview with typical who most owners front I found out is it drama. But you've just got this very ruled kind of editorial scope, how did you formulate that did it evolve over time? Is it something that's being there from the beginning? I would say that that has been there from the beginning. And it has been a direct response to regular question. I used to get when we first started, which is are you gonna run out of content and. And it's almost like a kind of shows how much content we have that. We can also pick a theme and also pick these stories that would be interesting to just about anybody to read where a by product of all of us really loving journalism and loving magazines like the New Yorker, consuming the New York Times and Wall Street Journal on the the sort of the kind of journalistic lens that tells the story about an individual in order to cover talking about people in general, I think I knew that an to win this in quotes to win the argument that were here, and we're not going anywhere. We couldn't just tell stories about girl drummers, just because they're girls and just because they drum it had to go further than that. And it wasn't hard to do that. So quickly we began to fem- issues too narrow our lens. But also to push ourselves as journalists to go find other people that we wouldn't know. So we started with things like country music. Hugh or the metal issue, and that really pushed us far, and we also have a very strict agenda about the diversity of who we cover which really helps in telling different types of stories and finding very interesting people. So combining a thematic issue with an agenda cover people from all over the world. And all of our all of the different parts of our mission has lent itself to now doing things like the politics issue or the money issue and really getting to these kind of broader stories that I always felt like anyone could read Tom, Tom. But now, it feels like anyone can read Tom, Tom and get something out of it. Twenty four in New York. I'm Henry Sheridan. Thank you Henry, and you can get hold of a copy of Thome magazine at Thome Thome, MAG dot com. And if you want to hear more from the world of magazines tune into the stack every week day over week, I should say on Saturday at ten AM hit in London. That's all we have time for today's edition as the monocle daily. Thanks, our producers, Daniel Vacek, Ben Ryland research, his financial Agosta check. Oh, and Julia Webster and Australia manager Kenya. Scarlet the globalist is right here in time with Georgina Godwin and the monocle daily returns at the same time tomorrow for now from me, MLC's goodbye. Thank you very much for listening.

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"So I don't know without knowing the political dynamics that led to him doing this or could have just been he woke up one morning because. You know, people forget that we live in the twenty first century. But there are genuinely absolute monarchs, and whether it's Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince, but who has executive authority in row in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia or or the Sultan of Brunei. These are people who really have no no checks on them. And if they wake up one morning feeling we're gonna do something they do it. Let's take up. Walnuts. As mayor because they was one train of full-ti- toes about this quite some time ago that they set the term whoever coming team said, well, look, you know, the Celtics getting laziness seventies. And perhaps he's thinking about his legacy and his mortality. So what better way to actually address those issues by coming out with you also try to extraordinarily Jakonen Papp's? Yeah. I mean, I guess it's hard to know what his kind of psychology behind. It was what the what the reasons, but I think it certainly seems that he didn't unanticipated the level of international backlash. It's quite notable. That the statement saying they're not going to be imposing this law. He really still say in English oversee got the international community in mind. I neither calls among from Human Rights Watch. Another is that if the law was wasn't forced to personally sanctioned this alternate his family, which I'm sure would have had an effect too. But before we finish off. I think it's worth noting as well that the law hasn't been repealed have said they went and enforce it. But you lost touch. In the context of an absolute monarchy. I mean, there's absolutely no safeguards against that happening. Yeah. I guess the author absurdity is what is that? If you're going to live with or not he's Asian of adultery against somebody. You've got to catch them in the act if it's any substance that time in the habit of breaking into people's veterans. But what leave it the head because that brings us to be indoor today show, Samir shackle. I'm Michael Goldfarb. Thank you both for joining us here at Midori house and today's show was produced by Tom, and it was researched by Gustav, Pacheco and Julia Webster and as studio manager was David Stevens more music next nine thousand nine hundred hours. It is the Monica culture show with Robert bound, and we'll have more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred Midori houses back at the same time tomorrow that is eighteen hundred London time. I'm Juliette foster goodbye..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Astronauts on the international space station have been dealing with an alley from possible collision. It's believed the damage was caused by a rook fragment flying through space at high speed. David White house is a space scientist on an oath. He joins me on the line. Now Deva tell us about this collision. Well, as you said it was with a tiny micrometeorites a small piece of rock just a few minutes is in diameter that was traveling fast enough to Pierce the the hull of one of the spacecraft that took astronaut up to the space station in in in the recent past. So wasn't a damaged the space station itself. It was an attached spacecraft inside Soyuz craft, which which was hit, but it was connected to the space station and the lock between the two was open. So overnight people who monitor the environment on the space station where able to detect a pressure drop. And when the aftermath woke up, they were told to gun find the how did they find it because it was ended up in a kind of fingertip such that's tried. You can their ways to find how the most drastic way is to actually use colored colored gas and see where it's leaking. They didn't do that this time because it was a much. Minor leak. They were able to investigate tell from the pressure sensors roughly where it was, and then look with their fingertips to try and hear the hissing of of oxygen as it was being drawn out. It wasn't a salary Asli kit wouldn't've suffocated. The astronauts they could in fact have fed the league by just adding extra in into the into the space station. But it was of such a to drop that they decided that the best find it and sale it with tape and think what they did from then on. Given what we know about the strains in the US Russia relationship. The collaboration between the two countries and space seems perfectly amicable. How is that negotiated. Because space station is is an international space station. And then there can be a lot of arguments and tension between governments and indeed between space agencies and space companies in Russia, and in the United States, it does seem that the international space station has maintained a friendliness cooperativeness that that works so the because at the moment, the only way American astronauts get into space with the Russian Soyuz spacecraft until they build their replacement for the space shuttle, the astronauts and the engineers have been if you like insulated from the political situation and they've maintained very good, very effective joint cruise joint operation of the space station, and it is an example of what can be done if you stand above petty politics and say, look, we're going to do this. Internationally must be a lot of quite sensitive technical. Information being shared them between the two countries. Yes, yes, there is because every each country needs to know how the space station is built, what it is being what, how it is used, how to react in emergency, etc. Because that is part of the efficient and safe running of the international space station. There are a great deal of space secrets between the Russians and the Americans that not normally kept behind the military side of things. The United States Air Force which runs American space. Military situation has a greater secrets, and there are satellites technologies which they would not send to the space station, and they would test in other ways because they wouldn't want to Russian engineers and astronauts to take a look at them. So yes, this is this is an away SIS amongst competition and tension between the two, the space station works while there is a tension between the military space aspects of these two countries. Thank you very much. Indeed, that was. David White huff? I'm not. So we have time for for this edition of the briefing. The show was produced by Reese James. It was researched by yearning gopher and Julia Webster, a stadium manages today was David Stephen and the briefing will be back on Monday at the same time. Coming up this afternoon. Of course, lots more great music. We have the Atlantic shift will have headlines on the hour every of view, and I can tell you that tomorrow. It's the weekend edition. I'll be back for that and during our meet the right to slot, that's fifteen hundred s j Nodia who is South African author will be in the studio charging to me about his latest book the third real..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The Venice film festival with fudged Rafic exhibition of all the amazing film. Have been here over that time I've wanted rounded is going to be in there in in Salvi Scotty, big wooden room by famous room dedicated to Bisconti himself, and there are some extraordinary images in all of cinema pasta, new wonder net, diving in there and saying this ghostly building still standing still awaiting a future that it has not a metaphor for cinema self because I'm wondering Venice film festival where the future is looking films that we will know now in its criticism because there aren't many films directed by women that was one film directed by women in the competition. What will the future cinema raisin festivals like Venice need to look foolish. It seems to me rather than backwards initiate celebrating seventy five years of the festival. The oldest film festival in the world feels that the face is crumbling still a bit. There's no, I haven't yet looked to the program, so that's where the future of cinema holidays, it's what I'm hoping that happened over the next ten days here on the leader. And that stays in Venice, thank you to him and not. So we have time for today. Thanks to producers Reese. James and Ben Ryland are such as page Reynolds, Julia Webster, and Anna Zsivotzky a studio manager today was David Stevens after the headlines. There's more music on the way as -bility presents the continental shift and do stay tuned for the briefing that's coming up at midday in London and seven AM in New York. Kinda that one of the things will be doing on the show today is the focus on fashioned in the new issue of monocle magazine. I'm Judy Garland levels returns at the same time tomorrow. Thank you. Phyllis Ling..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Well, I think the issue is here. When you're dealing with someone who is alive, you can't libel the dead. Well, there are some. There are some people who would say, will you can and they will be families of those who will come to you if you if you depict one of their relatives as not quite not quite right in their eyes. And I suppose that's why we've perhaps seen a lot of interpretations of the story of Marilyn Monroe. There are not a lot of people around who are attached to Marilyn during her lifetime, who left to take issue with any of the vast fiction liberties that many, many writers authors film directors. You know, there's not really been any really good depiction of of Maryland and yet, you know, we've got here this very small depiction in feud, and that's really opposite Livia to have. You have to. You have to really wonder whether the produces of feud actually knew that she was still alive. Reaches a certain age there is that kind of presumption isn't. There will there is an, I think it's important to note that she's, she's not just just objecting to some of or just the general portrayal of her. She's she's picked up certain details that she says, do go against her character. She said that she didn't actually grant an interview at the nineteen Seventy-eight Academy Awards. She never made a comment about her bitch sister, and she never said that Frank Sinatra drank the alcohol as as character was depicted as saying in in the series. So she she has watched it. She's detailed what she doesn't like. And she's pointed out that these depict in alive that is not Representative of who she is, and I suppose we can put ourselves into her shoes and understand what it must be like to have had an extraordinary Hollywood career. She was in gone with the wind and she's geez, she's one Academy Awards. She had an enormously long successful career and for her to get to twenty seventeen. And then see this happened to her character. I suppose she has being around different era. She she all of her achievements from a time. When those a little bit more respect. You've got to wonder, we'll send a shockwave across Hollywood in terms. I'm not just Hollywood, but also just in documentary production in terms of how they treat characters such as hers because I guess, you know, I mean, there is that old adage journalism that you can't liable the day. It is one of the great safety nets as in journalism, but they'll be far more careful in how they treat the the alive wishy absolutely could if she wins this one as well. She could yet again have another massively long impacting in how fictional portrayals represented on the screen. Okay, Ben Ryland. Thank you very much for stepping into the breach at that brings us to the end of our globalist for today. It was produced by Ben research by page Reynolds and Julia Webster and Abeille studio managed by David Stevens. After the headline says, music on the way finan to Augusta echo will be in this chair, bringing you the continental shift to more current affairs coming up and. Just over four hours time. The briefing goes on the air at midday if you're listening in London or seven hundred, if you're in New York, the globalist we've back at the very same time tomorrow for now. For me. Tigon rational of today's team. It's goodbye and thank you for listening.

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"I mean, he's pretty good. That is good. Michael Jackson, guessed it. I would not have picked it myself. The question being, of course, is that if you have bought this record and you thought I like this song by Michael Jackson, this is great. And you now told it's not by Michael Jackson, should you like it any less all ask you? Matt. Get question. I wonder if he wrote the songs then it's kind of then, then I think it may be fine. No, I think it's, it's kind of lie mislead people in this way. But if it was written by him and it's it's performed kind of close to how he wants, maybe. That's okay maybe okay to like importantly, where do I get my refund? Well, you ask the question at the heart of this. What this puts me in mind of of course, is the the brouhaha which developed when the when the Milli Vanilli scam was busted and people who had, you know, I, it's. It's a thing that we shouldn't laugh at too much because it did go onto have genuinely tragic consequences. But nonetheless people bought this record and indeed gave this record Grammy's. And then all of a sudden they were told that it wasn't necessarily sung by quite who you thought it was, and then people got incredibly upset, but it didn't change what was on the record? No, it didn't, but isn't it a little bit like buying a painting by Picasso and then being told actually that's not by the CASA with by the butcher up the street, you upset if that's the case, you'd have bought the Picasso because it has inherent value because it's a Picasso and it's then worth less. It's worth less on the open market because the butcher up the street painted it, but he's at necessarily actually worse piece of art. Actually, I think the opposite might be true for this one because this is such an unusual situation and people going to be so excited by this monumental era by Sony suspect that anyone who has a hard copy of this regular. Very lucky to become a collector's dunno. I think they might have pressed quite a few of them. It may not be that much of a scarcity. You might be right there. Maybe I'm just being a little bit to optimist it did. It did. However, remind me of that one of episode of the Simpsons where Michael Jackson actually did did guest star and guest audit someone who who wasn't actually Michael Jackson after all in the in the storyline of the episode, it's it's sort of like another one of those instances of the Simpsons predicting everything that happens from here on. That he's certainly the case. But I mean, do people really have a case for refund Kierra. I mean, I know you didn't really did. You know, I didn't know. N. fannous my knowledge of Michael Jackson kind of limited to what we all know because it's part of the culture. The everybody's should be fed since since birth basically. So yes, I wouldn't have been able to guess guess the voice on the record. I don't think that's the case for a refund, but there's definitely some sort of case for for Sony's knowledge of the thing and going ahead and making money out of this shortly. Well, Andrew yield a music journalist here. Is there any case for for record labels scraping the recordings off the floor. My favorite response and I have to tell the story quickly because we are running out of time, but cracker the excellent band foam by David Lowery after camper, van Beethoven would once so annoyed win, virgin records. I think it was. We're going to put out a best of that. They didn't want them to put out that they re recorded all their own songs and released a different best album on their own label and told their fans to buy that. Instead of the one by virgin, they will say, wrote and recorded a song about virgin, records directed to virgin, records, Kohl's, cold. It ain't gonna suck itself and on that vengeance. Riddled note that is the end of today show Ben Reilly cower Mela and Matt allegation. Thanks for joining us. It was produced by Carlotta rebels research by financial Augusta, check owned Julia Webster as manager was David Stevens. I'm back with more on the daily at twenty two hundred. Imagine thank you for listening..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"There was one American headline which I don't know whether they were trying to be funny, but it did save led to Putin dances at waiting in Vienna, sets off alarm bells across Europe, and I just thought, know how clumsy is this guy, really Stephen, any any thought, if you if we're talking disreputable has anything we need look any further than Washington. I mean, can you imagine having Trump at your wedding every you know, you know, we see, probably Senate take, you know, you said you got married like news, you didn't really get married. I, I think also. Coming closer to home. If you wanted someone who'd be really boring, you wedding, you know, have Theresa May, you know, trees may who's worst thing to do as a child was run through Clun field. I believe she had bare feet at the time. It was a week. Pedantic thing ever said. But I, I was I was very taken with the fact that I thought, you know, he, he shows his roots. You know, it's going to be someone who can dance. I hadn't thought of that way. I must admit, I thought, you know, who'd be the most boring per Boeing Jupiter as an Australian. I'm of course gonna argue that's the Englishman returning to his roots. You just what you just want a sort of a passive aggressive Dullard who give not terribly interesting speech. Well, actually someone who if look who would want, but at, you know, someone who who'd give a good speech and someone who's young and sort of brings a bit of panache I would say Macron in bring them the the, the couple, the French couple bring to the wedding because you know, that would that'd be impressive. But it'd be happy to have them there. But I mean, it's actually nineteen years ago today that I got married, so I'm not looking to do any any any more of that in the near future. Actually, ever again, happy anniversary that upbeat. Note that does bring us to the end of today show. What do y'all Rivera and Stephen deal? Thank you for joining us up Dory house. The show was produced by Carlotta Rabelo research prior Fernando Augusta per check and Julia Webster s Judea manage. It was David Stevens music next at one thousand nine hundred. Some Monica culture show. I'm back with more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred Madari house returns at the same time tomorrow. Eighteen hundred London time. Now I'm Andrew Miller. Thank you for listening..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"What would have been the worst thing about his premiership? I don't think there's one thing. It's a general atmosphere. And then again, it depends on what you're you're on. Ideology is what you would think would be better. Good. I would point out. One of the things is the fact that he is befriending in Europe. All the extreme. Right wing regimes even some strange enough that have some anti semitic connotations to them at the cost of excellent relations with some of the more liberal countries of Europe, France, Germany, Britain, not to mention the Scandinavian countries, that cetera. And he's doing it specifically for two reasons. One in order to get them to try to change the e. u. policy towards Israel and the Middle East, especially in in the criticism against Israel and its policies in the territories. And Secondly, in order to convince some of them to move their embassies to Jerusalem, I would say that I don't know if all this reversible properties is not a reversible, but it is certainly not something that's regarded by liberals. Social Democrats in this country is something positive. Another thing I would I would note would be the deterioration of the relations of Israel with world jury, but especially the Jews. Of the United States. The great majority of home are Democrats and liberals and certainly on all sorts of issues. Religious issues also issues of that sort. There has been a very major deterioration, these relations in. Again, the question is whether this is reversible or not reversible in terms of inside Israel. I think that really the incitement inside Israel and growing hatred between various groups. Certainly, I would consider to be something very damaging because it used to be a society of mutual assistance and the mutual understanding, and it has become a society with a lot of hates inside these ready society shoes. Hatless roller. Thank you very much for joining us. Two, four, today's episode of the foreign desk. Thanks very much to our guests and show Feffer James serene, and Susan had us role. We'll be back next Saturday with a profile of another world leader as we will every week during August the foreign desk is produced by yawning Gulf Goffin and Bill Lucci Bill also edits the program. The research is on this episode of polish oats and Julia Webster when I'm Sandra Mullah. Thanks very much for listening until next time. Goodbye..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"It was released in the UK late last month criticized the company for failing to rectify serious problems that had been raised. Some people took that report as a sign that we might in Britain be concerned over the potential for China to use to launch cyberattacks. But as you say that, that doesn't seem to be such a big deal in while they themselves have said that they've taken on board. That criticism will be interesting to see how this questions of security and create interact with each other. The fact is that the UK at the moment is in the middle of an extremely complex Brexit process, leaving the European Union and Jeremy hunt. The foreign secretary of the UK has just been in Beijing talking about setting up new trade deals. It would seem to me on the face of it to be very difficult to argue to your host and Beijing that Simitis you want a big new comprehensive trade deal, but also you're going to shut out some of that most innovative sectors. Now, I don't know what the balance between those things are going to be, but I think it would be necessary to point out that there is a contradiction there, which some point we'll have to be squared. Just looking at tech going in the other direction. We've been talking about Chinese companies coming to the west, but in terms of going, the other ways story that's in the news today is about Google and then being blocked in China or at least allowing China to censor some of the content that very much goes against their original principles, doesn't it. Yes, they were in China for some years and then basically pulled out about seven or eight years ago because essentially they were asked to censor too much. I think. I mean, I didn't have inside track, but my assumption is that the belief that China's just to profitable market is clearly there Bing which courses Microsoft's browser has a dominance in terms of foreign rouses in China in a way that you see anywhere else in the world unit. Very few people in Britain or America would use being over Google in China, unless you want to use by dual one of the Chinese brands then being what you get. I guess Google has been looking at that for several years and just thinking, well, we won't get a get back and get a piece of that market. How much does China need western tag. China's still definitely is interested in getting first level innovation. There is still a great deal of concern about the theft of intellectual property from China. Sometimes polite equalled leakage and even senior Chinese ministers of acknowledged. This is a major problem in settling trade deals with western countries, but the fact is at least there it's going both ways China's not innovating in some important ways in a way that wasn't true twenty thirty years ago. So the balances certainly beginning to shift Rana. Thank you very much. Indeed that is running MISA and not. So we have time for today. Thanks to Jesus Augustyn nut to Larry, Ben Ben Ryland our researches patriot hills and Julia Webster, and I'll studio manages today Sarah miles after the headlines, there's more music on the way of Rabelo will be here and then do stay tuned for the briefing that's coming up midday London time that seven AM in New York. I'm a chain of golden return on the lowest at the same time tomorrow. Thank you for listening.

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Now from talent by the journalists lease king, accept, welcome to the program lease am tell us what the government is said about this unit on its mission. Has not said too much about this. This unit in its mission. It said that the main mission of the Saiva commanders to carry out rations in cyberspace and to provide commands poetry or the ministry of defence cereal responsibility. Of course, this is not very verbal, and so there has not been too much talk about it in the Estonian media either. We just know that there's probably going to be around three hundred people working. There are one of the debates that has risen is that where the government is going to find these three hundred people as the IT industry is is, is in very big problems at the moment trying to find talent. So the FICO talent is very fierce in the IT sector in the seventy and elsewhere. But that's partially because the IT sector is so shall we say healthy and Estonia go quite a healthy tech sector Costra mind by though to eleven years ago when the cyber attack happened, what was the mood. Like back then, am I wonder how of. Of conscious of the threats have Estonia been ever since. Two thousand seven attacks definitely made sonya's realized that to these kind of attacks can really have the power to kind of paralyze society. And I have a very personal story attached to it because I had just moved to Argentina in two thousand seven and all of a sudden I wake up in the morning. I cannot treat than used because I contest the websites I can't. I don't have any access access to the government websites so they would know what's going on. The banks are known the media's down from from foreign IP's. So this was very scary by making this announcement is the government worried that it risks raising the fire of it's it's it's old aggressor. It's very difficult to me to answer this question. I think the kind of fear of fear of our eastern neighbour is something that is very, very tightly knitted into everybody's or all stones DNA at. So when you look at the history, the Russia has always been there. And Estonia, of course, has been the part of the Russian empire or and then the Soviet empire on willingly, of course. So for many is is one area where I suppose you know, while it's a David and Goliath type much with the right brains in place a cyber time conned could actually be with withstood. I believe to, yes, because I mean as a as we've all I guess understood that cyber attacks are something that are happening all the time. They are happening twenty four, seven quite often. We don't really actually know about them. It's so much difficult to see his hybrid tack than an actual Bom lease and Tim there will have to leave it. Thank you very much for joining us today. And that brings us to the end of our globalist today. It was produced by Ben Ron and August in much Larry research, my page Reynolds and Julia Webster on studio managed by Christie, Evans, more music on the way with Kalonzo rebound after the headlines and more current affairs coming up on the briefing in just over four hours time. The globalist is Bank at the same time tomorrow for now for me. Tiger goodbye and thank you for listening..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"I want to ask you next about Basel world oversee an event. We know well, and we follow closely, but there's some challenges ahead. Perhaps Nick higher goff's watched group has announced that they will not participate. The twenty nine thousand nine hundred of Basel world. The reference event forty watch industry, and this is kind of challenges the entire event. However, the head of the event mission, Louis Milica of does not see this traditional event in the injured. Now caller. We were hearing from some of our various correspondents about the challenges of the hot weather globally. In fact, and the August the first celebrations tomorrow where you are could be rather quiet because well, maybe a what a ban on fireworks. So there is a ban in lots of regions of Switzerland. Luckily not injuring, but people selling these fireworks heavily reliance with national day, which is tomorrow first of August, and they're afraid that they will not be able to make any money with all these restrictions and actually make sixty percent of the yearly revenue on just one day that is a busy day and college is finally embraced lay if there's no fireworks to look at. Certainly if you're anywhere around Lokondo there's something even more beautiful to look at tomorrow evening. Exactly. And it's festival film look, which officially starts tomorrow. This Switzer one of Switzerland's largest film festivals and. Fiscally film, Indiana has a focus on more like art house, movies, culture, three, and who has been curated festival over the last six years is always keen on bringing in lots of like unknown and maybe bit unexpected directors to the mix and they beautiful outdoor cinemas are the places to go caller. Showbiz. Thanks for joining us as always more from caller. I'm sure later in the week here are Monaco twenty four, but that is all we have time for on this particular addition of the briefing which was produced by race, James and research by yelling Goffin and Julia Webster. Our studio manager was David Stevens. My thanks to the mall. We'll be back at the same time tomorrow. Noon here in London do join Daniel beach, former Dory house. That's coming your way at eighteen hundred here in London. Thirteen hundred in New York City names, Tom Edwards. This is the briefing. Thanks for tuning in.

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"How you doing. I had screeching tyre there in an awful lot of loud music. It must be mission. Impossible, just finish. It must be same old, Ethan hunt. Yeah, absolutely. I mean at strangely to end the show, but it means we can sound off little about it. My hope type for the week, his that probably won't be worth watching. But one. But one thing that you can watch out for is is a bit of a trend as depending on who you're asking. China overtakes the US is the main our country generating box office hits. That's been a peculiar trend in the plots of films where getting a lot less dialogue so that doping takes up less time. So I'm predicting more explosions. I'm predicting, you know, few funny faces polled and you know, surprised by the wonderful actors in it. But I'm actually electing a lot less dialogue, which I don't have a good thing about also. Can I give you give you some mission impossible. Trivia. Guess what it is. Okay. We'll Monaco's technology correspondent. David Phelan had a very early brush with technology as an actor in the very first mission impossible film while he gets blown up. I believe. I think he's, he's, he's, he runs off to some of the phone on a train at which then explodes. Pulled himself back together again and doesn't make a mess on the monocle carpet mill con- I mean, there are so many blockbusters in so many remakes Uca's. Yes. Say fast and furious is another example. I mean, how many of they turned out nothing eight or seven? Did they literally just use the same bankable actors and produce films for audiences who do want yet beautifully choreographed, fight scenes, and they mind droid for an hour and a half. Does it contribute anything to cinema? No, not to. It's literally a question of can we make money seven. The minute that we've got left, gentlemen, mission, impossible, whatever the new thing is is two and a half hours long. It's a hot summer night. What do you do in those two and a half hours instead Metallica. I'm going to go watch mission impulsive. Honestly, I think I think it might be good. Why are you come on? You got to stick up for someone's gonna stick up for it. Just China. I'm going to relaunch the first one snippet of David falen k. in mercantile Clinton, half hours, I'm going to try to ignite getting Bobby going in this stormy weather. Don't do it on grass. I've been health warnings. It will not causal manner of problems in the heat wave. That brings us to the end of today show Metallica, Josh furnace, Kentucky, and thank you very much for joining us here on a Friday midday. Ori- house today show is produced by financial Agosta oh, who's off to the cinema? It was researched by Julia Webster and polar shelter. And Australia manager was David Stevens more music. Next nine thousand nine hundred menu is Marcus hippy and we'll have more on the day's main stories on the monocle daily at twenty two hundred Batory house returns at the same time on Monday. That's eighteen hundred London time. I'm Melton from all of us here in studio won't goodbye. Thanks for listening. Have a great weekend..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"None of us I see are wearing anything designed by Ivanka Trump. You other people are either. So Donald Trump's daughter, she's a senior adviser to the president, has announced that should be closing down her fashion brands, citing the fact that she'd like to remain in Washington indefinitely, which may be true, but the continued survival of the Brown is not held by the falling sales figures. So what we know about this label Julia, well, what I can tell you is it my sister did bind if I could Trump belt and she dies sec today's because they were bits of it, but she likes him bits of it that she didn't like she has. She's reinvented it. I, I don't know what it is, but I mean, if I see you next week I'll tell you. I mean, I'm not a fashion Easter, so I don't really know much about her brand if I have to judge it in terms of how she physically looks. She looks very attractive the way that she dresses at cetera. But look, it's very disingenuous of her to say, actually, I'm putting public duty ahead of my business life. The bottom line is that she couldn't run the two things because there was a conflict of interest and don't you think it's a little bit dodgy. When she Jing ping came to the United States of America. One of the the byproducts of that meeting was that evanger gets a deal, some sort of a commission on whatever it is with with the Chinese. But she does that she, she gets something which benefits her business. Been very careful to to to, to put limits in inbetween all their clothing was made in China. Yes. I mean, that's really to conflict of interest because the first conflict of interest was that she was actually, although she passed the business on to somebody else to manage while she was in the White House. It was seen very much as a temporary arrangement and that maybe she wasn't quite as Hans office looked. Now we do. We don't know that, but the association the problem was that it was still there. But the second problem was that the event label actually relied on. Sorts of cheap labor, all sorts of over the world, including in particular China, which is now the subject of possible trade war with the United States with her father in the White House and cheap labor undercutting American labor was a big cause of Donald Trump's during the campaign promise to bring jobs back to the United States. So there with these two conflicts of interest, which I think really made the whole thing untenable. I mean, you can only say that is probably a good thing. It took her only eighteen months rather than three and a half years to realize his. Although having said that it was pretty obvious anyway from the moment that Mr. Trump got his is his feet under the table that you know this. This really wasn't going to work in terms of his daughter's business life because she's obviously a very active play MSCI his favorite child, and we know that she does have some influence over him. It also is worse. Both. The good thing about it is that it will. Deny Kellyanne, Conway, excuse to promote to prevent featuring during school. It's been boycotted by shoppers and it's now been dropped by some major stock is I'm afraid that that's all we have time for today. And so thank you very much to at foster and Mary to jetski. Today's show was produced by Fernando Augusta, protect research by powerless should say, Julia Webster, a stadium manager was David Stevens. There's more music coming up next nine thousand nine hundred. It's the entrepreneurs and more of the day's main stories on the monocle daily at twenty two hundred. I'll be back on the globalist with you first thing tomorrow morning and Madari house is back at the same time tomorrow. That's eighteen hundred London time. I'm Georgina Godwin. Thank you for listening.

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"You'll see. Through your own doping that has downs. Thank you. Talk into assistant per Andrew Paulson of chili library in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and moved food and drink stories on the menu. Nine thousand nine hundred London time tonight. And now finally to end the show with five minutes to go. We head off for a final check in from this is fun Brasher. So I'm joined now by murder. Morrison, who's the head of strategic content at flight global merit? How healthy then? Do you gather from the show is the aircraft market. Well, are market is still very healthy going by the number of orders. We saw this year's former air shoe. So we saw the twelve hundred orders which is which is actually a storage cly quite high for a farmer or or powers air show an indicates that people there are still a not tight for aircraft. Now you got to remember that there was some huge orders in the last few years, which means that the manufacturers backlogs and the supply chain that is to deliver the parts to make these aircraft are very, very strained in the backlog is long which means for the you ordering an aircraft today, you may not get it into well into the twenty twenties. And despite that demand is is still there always seeing any kind of consolidation in the market. Well, we've seen two big pieces of consolidation in the in the run-up to farm bre the. Two big manufacturers Airbus and Boeing have a booth consolidated their position Airbus by buying the effectively taking control of the the bombard e c series, which is the first real sort of narrow body competitors to Airbus Boeing for for a long time. Boeing, on the other hand, have taken active control as well of Embraer. The Brazilian manufacturers, commercial air business Embraer really are sort of twenty rolled manufacturer specialising very much in regional jets. Let's jets are carried just under a hundred passengers and finally very briefly the case back in the space launch market. Yes, this is the the UK sees itself as a prime launch site for for sop lights, and there's been talk of Cornwall and the Scottish highlands being used because of the proximity of the. Rockets can be can be fired or or large aircraft carrying satellites can can take over the c with with little danger of of of flying over populated area. So it makes it a lot easier on the UK space. Industry is really not. I'm the government is really pushing this as as as a as a a part of part in part of the UK's aerospace sector. Meta, thank you very much. Indeed that was Marcin from flight level and that. So we have time for today. Thanks to offer Jesus Collado, Rebecca, and Augustine nutshell Larry. Our research is patriots. Julia Webster and limit Chiel KOMO to a stadium manager today was some empty, no music on the way and the briefings at midday and under met seventy am in New York. The globalist will return at the same time on Monday and tomorrow on the weekend dish. It can hit pizza Hain talking to me during meet the writers at fifteen hundred to the coast. We've been celebrating Mandela day this week. I am Jana Galvin. Thank you for listening..

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"But I also don't ever consciously try to exploit those ideas or those things they sort of rear. Their head in spite of what I'm doing, you'll film doesn't really ask people to believe in ghosts. It doesn't ask people to suspend some sort of element of disbelief in order to enjoy the film. It simply tells a story from the perspective of someone who may who may not be an actual real Yang. From your perspective, why do people believe in ghosts? It's very comforting thought. I mean, it is a way to hang onto those around us who who've lost. You know, the idea that that someone we love who lost might still be hanging around is comforting to us at the same time. It's also comforting to think that we might not have to leave that we might. You know, after after we're gone, we might be able to stick around ourselves and partake in the world that we understand. So it's a way to to both hang onto things and to envision a world in which we might persevere, pass our own point of exploration. And that's a very comforting concept. I recalled as watching the film. I was thinking about when I was much young rose, absolutely fascinated by ghosts, and I was desperate to see a ghost. I never actually guilty. Yeah, I would try and KUA that curiosity by watching films that would maybe make me believe in ghosts, and I could never have a fun to film until maybe the innocence that made me really believe in the supernatural. What do you think it's difficult for movies to get this particular kind of of supernatural themes? Right. I don't know. I think very often the films that deal with ghosts are haunt houses are intended just to scare us, and that's a wonderful thing and its own. I love to go to the movies and get scared. I love to go see the paranormal activity movies in the conjuring movies and to watch them. You know, with my is half covered because I know there's a jump scare coming around the corner, very few movies deal with the emotional side of the supernatural. You've got ghost with Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore that doesn't really count, you know, that's like that's a, that's a. Oh, that's like Titanic. But to deal with the, you know, the emotional aspects of what it means to hunt someone or to haunt a place to stick around on earth after you've after your ceased. That's something that not a lot of films even try to do. And so I don't even think it's so much a matter of, you know, movies of being able to get it right. Is that they don't try to get it right when you're making a haunted house movie. Usually the the motives opera nays to scare the audience into give them a good time and take a more thoughtful approach. It's pretty rare, the innocence of the wonderful on house. That's one of my favorite ghost films, and it's scary to a really scary movie, but it definitely has a lot more going on to it than just the classic jumps. Monocle spend Rylance being that today. Larry has the right to enter exit ghost story to streaming now on Netflix. That's it for this monocle daily show. It was produced by Ben Ryland Danube h over such as Julia Webster now stadium and was Kenya Scott globalist, eight house time at seven AM London time on Friday morning back for another day at twenty two hundred and London tomorrow evening. Finale for me. Thanks very much for this.

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"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"julia webster" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Publisher it's easy to see how bad records getting made you need four people who told their bands terrible and briefly gullible producer and record label and so on but a film especially film of this size faouzi of people would have worked on fee as you point out for six years how do you keep together six years thousands of people that one person just going this is going to suck you don't do that that's not your job if you work in it's actually the producers jabber it's actually the producers job or the directors or actually to be honest nobody's job nobody says this is a really bad film we're not going to release it because you know it's like it's like giving birth to a child going it's too ugly let's kill it no you don't do that right so you just think okay where can we find this ugly child home that's how it goes and that's what you have to do is this kind of thing inevitable part of learning processes china develop a what i'm sure it hopes will be a film business of global standard and global stature i had dinner tonight with with another film professional we saw ant man and wasp woman which is amazing by the way go and see it discussing this it's no you love it leave me discussing this that that it's just it's a cumulative effort and we all just do the best we can and we just hope that it gets marketed the right way is is it just the marketing know how have they have the chinese release that the whole sort of epic fantasy genre has reached its point of being over subscribed not that actually is the fact is that globally and this is why this is such an interesting story globally nobody knows what's going to be hit now i saw them mumia to today which will be hit with the i bell's palsy no it's okay nobody knows what's going to be a hit it doesn't it how much you spend two hundred fifty million on this one fifteen million on the other one that was a hit this one isn't as a voice man once said indeed nobody knows anything karen on of thank you as always for joining us studies for today's edition of the daily it was produced by ben ryland and daniel bates the researchers were daphne candies and julia webster s judea manager david stevens the globalist is live eight hours from now the daily returns twenty two hundred london time tomorrow and playing out in tribute to china's blockbuster flop the sewer we leave you with a hit from nineteen ninetythree taken from the soundtrack to the quite strange film of the same year electric dreams about a man who falls in love with the computer which perhaps on surprisingly doesn't go brilliantly i'm andrew mullet thanks for listening

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