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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"I suppose the argument for keeping them diving outlining in the countries of the currently in would be that. If you're going to criticize the circumstances under which britain for example procured them as not merely than you have to be consistent in applying those standards to the circumstances in which they were created. But i'm playing devil's advocate as i say i don't personally have a consistent position on this on this matter and carlotta we heard ben described this move in germany as being close to a landmark. Move in this area. Do you think it's likely that other institutions we heard that the british museum for example stayed relatively silent on many of these conversations. Do you think the other institutions might be tempted to to look again at this issue and to maybe follow on from from. Jimmy's lead here. I think it's likely and i also think that germany is following a other leads Previously a story makes me think back to the beginning of the sierra. I believe it was either at the end of january beginning of february when the netherlands actually The government issued a new guideline to basically help return stolen loot to their countries of origin and they issued all these guidelines you know the the colonial collections recognition of injustice. That's the name of the the report that was prepared by a dutch government. And you know they talk about the need to rectify historic justice and they collect and this it outlines guidelines to collaborate with the countries of origin and their requests to get a artifacts. Return to to them. And you know The idea to help them tell their own stories. And the fact that this guideline is says that is an unconditional return and this is of course applies to objects are in the custody of state museums or state galleries and when the return is formally requested by another country and the thought it was really interesting back. Then i remember reading. How a lot of experts thought that this move could make the netherlands and leader and you know repatriating artifacts that were taken during The colonial era. And perhaps having you know. A more structured approach like that can help guide Be it the governments or private institutions to act in similar ways because it is a complicated argument in complicated discussion as henry was just mentioning The the idea that of course you know. Being a museum that we can be While captained is viewed by more people so therefore informs larger parts of the world population about The particular story In history of that object and everything that's associated with it There's an argument for that. And of course argument to it was stolen. It shouldn't belong there. And of course it should go back to country of origin so i think having a structured guideline can really really help Making this you know something that is it stops. Being revolutionary and starts being the norm while kaleta rabelo and henry re sheridan. Thank you both very much indeed for being with us on the program today. That is all we have time for for. Today's edition of the late edition. Tedium manage date was louis allen. A big thanks to him as always to the late edition returns opposite tomorrow. But in the meantime we'll have more news discussion for you on tomorrow. Morning edition of the globalist which begins live from midori. Heist at seven. Am london time. But for now for me. Thomas lewis here toronto. Thank you very much for listening and goodbye tonight..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:15 min | 2 months ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"A very warm. Welcome to you to the late edition here on monocle. Twenty fall. It is thursday the eighteenth of and thomas lewis and with us today to discuss some of the day's big stories from around the world are monocle. Twenty four collin rabelo houston london forests and monaco's henry sheridan who is in new york city carlotta henry great to have you both with us on the program. Today how's the week treated you so far. Kaleta will begin with you. It's been quite a good week. Actually the sun is shining in london which we were very much waiting for her to have a bit more sunlight at on. Monaco's aditorial floor. It's been a busy couple of days while we've celebrated this week the fourteenth anniversary of monaco magazine so there was an opportunity to look back at some of the favorite memories of the past couple of years with some of the editors and correspondents and even some journalists who no work. Full time for monaco. But i still of course very much in the monaco family. So it's been quite nice to hear everyone's favorite memory of their time here at monaco was nice colosio when we recorded got program the other day to sort of think back through some of the experiences we've had here at monaco is pretty nice to been on style every now and then isn't it and henry how you getting on a new york touched on the weather in london there but the weather in the us is is making headlines put it lightly the moment yeah. It's it's snowing pre pretty heavily here. Thomas i'm just looking out the window now And and admiring snowfall slightly anxious about my trip into manhattan native physiotherapist as a risk that i might incur even more injuries in the way there than those a half. Which i'm i'm going to try to fix so fingers crossed. I arrived there in one piece. We'll get you snow shoes on henry and we'll wish you a safe jenny. Henry re sheridan kaleta rabelo. Thank you to the to being with us today. Well if you are a facebook user in australia you'll have found one notable thing missing from your feet if you logged on this morning. Facebook has blocked news content from its site in australia. It's retaliation towards a piece of legislation being discussed by australia's parliament.

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"We must look for better leadership we must look for A greater accountability. More robust petitions and in fact despite the the claire movement on the extreme right and extreme left maybe that could coalesce people back to the center. If someone suze is an effective political operates that might be a reassurance people. Actually we shouldn't look to either end of the spectrum and she the better work of politics the quotidian stuff the day-to-day is better done. By somebody who can be a bit of a unifying character. The center rather than margin. Oh absolutely but i do feel like you always need to ends of the political spectrum to kind of push people as you're describing towards the center When it comes to people paying attention and why does this. Election cycle seems to be quite different. Think it's a mix of everything. It is the fact that people are stuck at home. but it's also the fact that for the first time since one thousand nine hundred seventy four there. Is someone on the far right. Who you know. It's is a real contender for second place and that has cared. A lot of people intrigued a lot of others. And i'm sure inspired others those nine point five percent have to come from somewhere so this has forced people into the debate and i'll give an example among some of my friends Back in portugal. I can tell. I can't tell you the amount times that elections happen and they can't name more than one or two candidates multiple no every single one of them now including brand new polling a zero point nine percents or not even two percents People are engaged. And if that's the main takeaway of this election cycle Perhaps it can only mean good things when the next round of elections comes along color indeed thank you very much more calls kaleta rabelo. You're listening to the briefing all monaco. Twenty four we'll be right back after this is proud to partner the briefing on monocle. Twenty four navarre is a company that is committed to reimagining medicine. Global health care leader intent on changing the practice of medicine. Novartis's being exploring uncharted frontiers and science. For more than a century. Today the company is working on breakthrough treatments that pushed the boundaries of human understanding biology. Data science and engineering to develop and deliver therapies. That help people live longer and healthier lives around the world. Novartis reimagining medicine..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:43 min | 3 months ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Fan. Who has the day's other news headlines for us thanks stone. Hundreds of people in italy are going on trial today. In one of the country's biggest mafia trials in decades more than nine hundred witnesses are expected to give evidence and defendants stand accused of crimes including murder drug trafficking and extortion. The gremlin critic alexei navalny has said that he plans to return to russia this weekend. Navalny has been receiving treatment in germany since he was reportedly poisoned by russian agents in the summer and he runs the risk of being jailed when he returns to his homeland. China's sinovac corona virus vaccine has been found to be fifty point four percent effective in brazilian clinical trials. It means that the jab is significantly less effective than previous data had suggested and it is barely over the fifty percent threshold needed for regulatory approval and today's monocle minute reports on the fate of the olympic games it comes as a new poll has suggested that the vast majority of people in japan wanted international showpiece to be either postponed or cancelled for more head to monocle dot com slash minute. There's today's headlines back to you. Tom thank you very much. Indeed yolene now portugal's and much of the regular season received positive coronavirus test yesterday and has been forced to cancel. his public. Engagement comes just two weeks before a presidential election. He is expected to win. Let's get the latest now with monica. Twenty four kaleta rabelo. Who originally hails from the portuguese of madeira. No relation we should say Color br bring us up to speed. These stories of you know the meshing of covid with politics. We've seen all around the world and portugal's president now also squarely in that in that same story. Well yes we started. At the christmas period would report gets prime minister having to isolate after meeting with emmanuel macron. Which who we might remember was also one of the ones having to isolate because of covert and now it seems like the president has tested positive in the latest news headlines at the president has subsequently done to for their tests for covid which have tested negative so north authorities are still trying to figure out whether or not it was it false positive but he is relating nonetheless yesterday saw The main presidential debate ahead of the elections which happen in two weeks from now more or less A debate would the candidates of course marcelo joined the debate via video link. He was not there in person as people will understand but this is has been an interesting election to watch on the topic of debates. Because i guess because of confinement and people spending so much more time at home The debates have really gained a role that we really didn't hadn't seen before in portugal These are not the first time. This is not the first time that we have debates in the country. But i will say it's the first time people really are paying attention. And each candidate's debate at each other individually so one debates across the public broadcaster Channels and a few of the private channels as well and yesterday was the first time that all of them faced each other At the same time and people every day after a debate people were talking about it at the newspaper. Headlines would be picking up on certain points and of course at the core of the soul. We have a very divisive figure. Which is one of the candidates and evan tutor who represents the shaka party which translates to enough with can only be described as a Far right party and as most Populist far-right politicians. He is quite a divisive figure not to make a direct comparison but when it came to debate it was very much the trump tactic of if i keep interrupting. If i don't let the other candidates speak People will only hear what i have to say and also the tactic of hitting certain images which certain candidates the same way you know by repeating crooked hillary that became demon shut a lot of the american electorate associated with hillary clinton vinter is applying the same tactic here with other candidates particularly the ones that are more to the left Russell rebuild assorted the current president And the person poised to win this election. He's a center right candidate But ventura makes a point of saying how different they are and yes. They are very very different. A pretty simple tactic but we say it's been very effective. Wherever in the world you look however it looks like Most selo rubella disease a will Will win or is that too presumptuous. Is there still the scope for significant change in the next two weeks does does this Covert test. Does that does that. Shake landscapers reshape. It or does it look like it should be fairly plain sailing so the latest polls which came out at the beginning of this week put marcello to fifty nine point three percent of the vote which is very very good The presidential elections in portugal don't tend to have a really high turn out but so far because of covid similarly to other countries. Does this appeal to early voting so to avoid masses At the polling station on the twenty fourth and the presidential elections in portugal have a particularity. They have to be voted in person. There's no mail-in ballots So for example me here. In london further elections would receive a million ballot for the presidential elections. I have to go to the embassy to vote But because of this appeal to the early vote actually. The numbers are quite inspiring. It seems people are paying attention now. The big issue here on what might change is not about marcelo's win that's guaranteed but it is who gets the second place At that same polling. That are that i just mentioned puts anna gomez and and that i've been to anna gomez is from the socialist party so you have left wing against right far right Both at nine point five percents And even though of course that doesn't change anything because you know you need a majority of the president. It's not for mp's whoever gets the second place will be determined in the upcoming municipal elections and also legislative elections. Which happen next year. If i'm not mistaken so this second place will determine if portugal tipping towards the far right or men. -taining its course where it is. Marcelo is even though he's center right. He's kind of liked by everyone across the political spectrum because he's been able to be president that has respected. The government throughout and the current government is socialist government a left-wing government so you've had a right-wing president with a left-wing government touring a pandemic during some of the worst crisis The that the country has faced in the past few years so he represents stability but the rest of the far-right has never been as high since portugal's top being a dictatorship forty two years ago. And this is quite scary. One thing i religiously about what you've been saying culture this idea. That there's a different type of scrutiny. Perhaps on proceedings literally in some cases and impart that is because people are capped literally captive audience. But i wonder is it the fact of their confinement which means that they are consuming the debate and the analysis of the debates with greater vigor or actually is it not so much that but it is the pandemic it is a threat you've just described which is compelling people taylor you know..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

08:11 min | 4 months ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Hello and welcome to the late edition on. Thomas joined here in studio one. At midori house in london by augustus much lori and by kaleta rabelo hallo and twenty four is enjoying a is the right word of the pre-christmas russia particular time of year and this year stranger than most that have come before. Of course coletta any festive revolting in the air or still very serious your desk. It's still quite serious. But i am seeing the festive season at the end of the tunnel. And that's our powering through. It's been quite exciting. We're working Of course In on some of our christmas content. That's coming up over the next couple of weeks and it's been nice in a way to start a this year in review as daunting as a prospect might be it also means that's nearly there. There's only a couple more weeks left discussing just a moment in fact Still some very significant moves to be made potentially in the remaining couple of weeks which will come to but I don't know you don't strike me as sort of ho ho ho type of guy very jolly jolly if called to jollity. Yeah i'm looking forward to the festive season. To echo coladas point the end is kind of a film. Bet light that stage you get to. Your mum tells you to clean your room when your twenty three or something and and she says going. Clean your room and you go clean your room and just before is clean and tidy is when it's the most messy it can be and that's a bit how i feel about my life in general. The moment okay. I'll leave listeners. A few hours to try on pick the meaning. That maybe freudians out there can Right in and share their insights. Let's begin the show that with will be one of the great news. The elephants still in the room of two thousand twenty brexit. Of course negotiations going down to the wire. No deal is looking ever more possible as the days tick boy. Two parties have until sunday to strike dale Dissect smashing notwithstanding pundits here in the uk. A putting on some grim voices and pining in a similarly solemn way we turned to the continent though to ask seventy bolts in uk and ireland correspondent for developed for the view from germany. Stephanie spoke to markle's andrew miller earlier today on the briefing. I think you say it's the same problem as s from the beginning of these talks actually much before so this. The second negotiation so to say about the future relationship started back in february and from the beginning the mandate of the eu twenty seven was on among those part of the mandate was that They had to be a level playing field. And this is still the stumbling block. Because it means a level playing field for britain means to have to give up a certain part of serenity because they have to follow rules that basically i made by brussels but this is something actually that was always coming when in twenty seventeen theresa may triggered the whole brexit process. Already then the you. Twenty seven agreed guidelines and the level playing field was one of the main key paragraphs of that of those guidelines because this is something german chancellor angela merkel in particular has been emphasizing the the idea of a level playing field and what a level playing field constitutes can change. And she doesn't want as i understand it. The uk not being kept up with any regulatory changes that you nations may make in coming years. Yes exactly so. The i mean i'm michael If there's something. She is very good at it. Strategic strategy and she looked at brexit as well first of all of course massive and terrible loss for the european union to not have written anymore and the club but she looked ahead at at the second biggest economic power in in europe and certain tendenc- well let's say to go for different model of economy and how how things work in britain when it comes to labor a rights and so on and so forth and she was saying what we cannot have is that britain has free access to the single market can export all their goods. They're producing in the uk but they don't have to follow the standards like Like for example an environment when it comes to tech so when it comes to state aid and so from the beginning devils end. It's of course not only germany alone other countries as well very much also. The french was saying we cannot allow that then. Britain becomes a bit of the cheap producing hop Just off the other side of the channel but in trying to keep the uk bound to a level playing field. Whatever that may come to mean in future this idea that the would have to ratchet up it standards along with the us. Is this germany on the rest of the trying to find a way to keep the uk in the single market in all but name. no no. it's not. Because i mean it's it is absolutely I think it's a bit tricky. When you live in the in britain and you we are again completely. Bombarded with all that the eu. She doesn't want britain to go. The wants to keep britain very tied. That's not the case. I mean i talk a lot to people. In brussels and berlin bluntly they are just tired. They want this to be over but they are not ready to say just because we are tired of this we now going to give in and create a situation that is for good. Don't forget what is agreed now should be valid not for tomorrow and the year after but for decades so therefore they are not playing the game of the blame. Game of being intransigent. I think is complete nonsense by certain british media to say to blame the you for being intransigent needs to this about signing a base basis that works for both sides. And that is really solid and sustainable. What does that actually tell us about. What the u is thinking. They have to prepare now. And it's interesting that the push to now Get the contingency. planning out. didn't come from the commission in the first place. It came last week from the member states. There was a there was a meeting of a mission. The negotiator of the commission he briefs the ambassadors usually wants to once a week normally friday morning. And for what. I heard there was quite a bit of Unhappiness with bundy in the sense of saying this is not looking good. We now really need need to take preparation at the commission. Had in the past already put out. I don't know how many dozens of advises so telling companies what they should do. But this didn't have a legislative form yet and so the member states were saying to the commission. Now you go and write this down in a way that it has a legal basis Because it is getting very very tight and we must make shaw especially now in covid times for example. If you talk about the supply of chemical products to the uk making making bluntly making medication Having food going back and forth having a chemical is very important. Food is very important that still people can fly back and forth that people can take a train or everything of course because of covid very much reduced but this must still be possible and so there's a kind of emergency Timetable or in -mergency plan now being made for the next six months. Stephanie bolts in there in conversation with molecules androulla earlier. Today we will of course be following the latest developments or not as the case may be across our news programming here on monaco. Twenty four today tomorrow. Through to the end of two thousand twenty and beyond. Let's move along now. The u. k. Has already started its vaccination program nations around the world are looking to follow suit and with a great deal of interest. Japan has bought up ten and a half thousand freezes to help store pfizer. beyond tech's i see life saver..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"The Arborist For. This edition of the urban est today's program was produced by Kaleta Rabelo and David Stevens. David also edited the show and play you out of this week's episode. Well, his the Beatles with altogether now thank you for listening city lovers. I. Six, seven, eight, nine. On love you. See. I think my friend. Yang Love You Fail the. Old. Home. Off. Aw. Lacking. Think. Off. Off. Off. Aw. Talk..

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"The arborist. For this edition of the urban est today's program was produced by Kaleta Rabelo and David Stevens. David also edited the show and play you out of this week's episode well, his the Beatles with altogether now thank you for listening city lovers. I. Six, seven, eight, nine. On love you. See The I. Think Friend. Yang Love You Fail the. Old. Home. Off. Aw. Latin. Think. Off. Off. Oh. Poke. Talk..

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"The arborist. For this edition of the. Today's program was produced by Kaleta Rabelo and David Stevens David also edited the show and play you out of this week's episode. Well, his the Beatles with altogether now thank you for listening city lovers. I. Six seven, eight, nine. On love you. See the I think. Yang love you. Fail the. Old. Home. Off. Aw. Latin. Think. Off. Off. Oh. Poke. Talk..

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"On Today's Program. Well it's time for an urbanism round out with Monocle. Twenty fours very own urban EST Kaleta Rabelo color. Thank you coming on the show that we get down and get more than enough of each other doing the together so let's dive in some stories that you've found. Let's start with to connect to stories. European cities are planning to keep cars off streets even as the lock downs begin to lift. Who's acting on this then? So this is a story. That of course is developing over the couple last couple of weeks We certainly have spoken here before about Milan that they had introduced study abroad program. Which basically is taking some of the temporary measures that they have implemented city to reclaim some of The space that was traditionally used for cars to a cycle lanes or sidewalks and put those in place permanently about other cities are following our Brussels and Paris. To cities that are traditionally are very car. Centric now we know that the Paris Mayor Mayor Anne Hidalgo has been trying for some time to reduce car usage in the city and it seems like having people locked at home has proved to be the right opportunity to change of that And then this hundred mile club Wh what was this about? This is coming from the United States particularly the cities of Portland. New York both in different kind of programs that now are put together have committed to a one hundred miles of open streets for residents. Now we know that famously. American cities do not tend to be the most pedestrian friendly And even cycle friendly in the world and this is as well the same the same thinking Some of the measures that had been introduced due to social distancing rule so that people could use their one of exercise a day in sidewalks while keeping the two meters apart Or six feet apart as the government mandates now being put into permanent status so this is in the two cities allowing to have more space for bicycles for pedestrians and wider pavements. Which can only mean have good thing now and you guys censor in London your lot. More people are using their feet Gabar. The Hundred Mile Club. Don't confuse it with the mile high club finally demolition of parts of Lacrima. What's happening here? Yes so lack madder. The Los Angeles Museum has been for awhile since two thousand thirteen We've known that The Portal Prize winner. Peter Satori has been in charge of this redevelopment Aww New wing for Lacrima. Now they cited of course structural damages to a four buildings within like knows Campus to restructure desk and now it's facing position because they're using the lockdown to go ahead with these plans that have not been supported since the beginning. Well thank you cut off. Rabelo all that news in so few seconds. I'm a pro air clever. And that's all for this edition of the briefing. It was produced by Reese James and you lean gopher the research was Charlie Phil mccord now studios manager was David Stevens. The briefing is back tomorrow at the very same time and you can hear more of mine handiwork. On Thursday when the urban premiers every week here on monocle twenty four now manager talk goodbye and thank you for listening..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Listening to them. We're Cuba settling offices. That's heartbreaking what we don't want is QS for people who need a machine to help them breath. We cannot have people queuing for intensive care beds. That will mean by we'll Doi. The Prime Minister Denies National. Cabinet is Split. The National Cabinet has very clear that some states might have to take further measures sooner than other states. That is not a bright away from the national cabinet. That is actually the national cabinet working. His belgian-born Finance Minister Matas Coleman describes the fight Barron. We are making our judgments advice on the medical advice from the chief medical officers from around Australia. We'RE NOT GONNA start gratuitously shutting down businesses because we are under political pressure Indians It is a war on two fronts. Those fronts involves laugh and health and the economy. Protecting one will seriously harm the other but the premiers of the two biggest states believe going harder sooner will be better in the long run so Australia's biggest cities Sydney and Melbourne. Where the virus has the strongest grip will soon say restrictions of May not the federal government desperately hopes. The rest of the nation doesn't have to follow but many retailers are making their own decisions shutting their doors regardless and the Australian people are left wondering exactly who to listen to and like the rest of the world with a things will ever be the same again for Monica Lynne. Canberra he sees. Karen Middleton. Thank you very much Karen. You're with the briefing here. Monaco twenty four now finally stays program. The current outbreak is presenting huge challenges everywhere and the print industry is not immune wherever you are in the world. Let's get more on this. I'm joined on the line by monocle. Twenty four culture correspondent and print aficionado. Fail Nando. Gustavo. Pacheco fe is the man behind our print program the stack of course my regular collaborator. And not good afternoon. Fernando good to speak with you. Let's talk a bit about this. What a what. A papers having to contend with here well first of all very. I'm very happy that I managed to get hold of papers over the weekend and I have to say my local supermarkets to place. They're still open. They had a few copies but people. They won't then. Some of the newspapers were even sold out as well and papers are having to be a little bit more flexible Tong so they are. They're mixing supplements for example the sports pages which I'm sure you love. I mean they're completely changed because there are no gains happening at the moment. So you kind of have to be a little bit creative. Perhaps a little bit of a long form interview here and there. They're the sports pages are still there just in a different format. Well this is an. We often talk about how in extremists. That's when especially in sort of creative sectors that we're talking about people have great ideas and they find innovation because you can't do sports pages when there's no you can't do travel pages when there's no travel and yet we're finding away. People are having to be clever. It may be too much for do you still cling onto this idea that maybe there's some great creativity in some fresh innovations that we could see that are driven by the circumstances. Listen absolutely there chew examples from the weekend papers delay. Moans we can edition. They still printed the emlyn magazine. Dome which we all love. Their covert story was actually a very beautiful for took photographic essay over photographer Julianne Goldstein. Basically he lives in a complex muting. He decided to photograph older residents under his new quarantine law. In in France. The cover of the magazine was a child looking through a window asking. What are we going to do today? A mom you know. It's quite emotional. In that sense is beautiful work and also Tony. I have to say I. I read something on the Telegraph of the weekend. How to become a master on cryptic crosswords? I read that very carefully. Because I'm rubbish at Dan and I managed to learn quite a few things. Actually maybe you'll become slightly back turn that you may not know this but I'm a cryptic crossword devotee myself. Would you like to have a cryptic crossword clue set today? And you can see if you can answer it by tomorrow. Listen I would love that. I'm ready now okay. So it's a pretty go one on each knee and it's seven letters fantastic tomorrow listeners. Out there may not can solve that when it's appropriate Critic crossword clue for under goodspeed. He listened just tell me. Where do you draw? Solis that on the pages. Are you looking at things like Food everyone's eating and tronto muster some fresh thinking in the kitchen. I I guess food recipes. These are real important things for papers right now so important told you know one thing that. I'm very happy because of course read the Brazilian papers every day. Brazilian papers that can be quite serious and like the British ones where you have recipes how to do exercise but even the Brazilian papers are doing that and not only food but also cocktails which let's be honest especially in this time. It's nice to have a drink after six PM if I may add Fernando in these times. It's nice to drink before six. Pm Go for it wherever you are in the World Fernando. You are still working though so you have to take you to be easy. That was monocle. Twenty four Landau Augusta per shake my thanks to my thanks to all the team behind the glass today the program was produced by James Kaleta Rabelo annual engulfing. It was research by Charlie film a court and our studio manager was David Stevens. We'll be back of course at the same time noon tomorrow. You can keep across all of the Monaco agenda. Stay tuned or sign up for daily bulletins from our team around the world. If you are stuck indoors look listen to what Fernando just said. Print is your friend. Why NOT SUBSCRIBE TO MONACO? You can have our worldview delivered to your doorstep colored. Rabelo is standing by to stay with you for the next few hours. She's got some great tracks and some nice snippets of audio for Youtube from our busy schedules. Super shows ahead as well stay tuned to Monaco Twenty Four..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Planet perpetual lead more with the Pioneers in partnership with rolling You're listening to the briefing on monocle. Twenty four now. Those of us who spent much of childhoods in public libraries will be well aware that there are few antisocial scofflaws more reprehensible than those who fail to return books by the due date where all logic would appear to suggest a remedy of drastically drastically upscaling these small fines attendant on such malfeasance to a stretch. The storks perhaps or an appointment with the ducking stool. The Public Library System of Los Angeles has decided to abolish late. Fees for overdue books entirely. It is claimed by Los Angeles and other jurisdictions that this will encourage more people to visit their libraries non joined in the studio by Multiples Kaleta. Rabelo Colada has spent the last six months working in Los Angeles Bureau call also. I suspect I'm I'm about to be told that this actually does make more sense than giving it credit for it does make more sense I mean so the first of all Los Angeles a public library system is is the largest in the United States it has seventy three branches so it is quite significant to see A system of this size to actually go for it to abolish all these fees Los Angeles is joining a couple of other cities in the US that have done the same. And those include San Diego Denver San Francisco so and Oakland as well But for example three years ago the Los Angeles Public Library dislike missing specifically gave just sort of like amnesty Two people that had overdue book fees and basically just said returned the books. You don't have to pay them. That's fine to at least make these people where sign with the streets clanging bells I Dunno Andrew but it meant that that experiment three years ago it led to the return of nearly sixty five two thousand Books or overdue items and also meant that eight thousand New People signed up for library cards so now. This is news from Tom Mayor Eric. Garcetti announced last week that Does this plan where there's completely scrapping all late fees fees. Let's just listen to what he had to say. It seems like a small thing but it's huge and the math here is pretty simple revenue from fines. which has been on the decline for years accounts for less than one percent of the libraries total budget? And that's what's quite interesting here That was the mayor of Angeles. Eric Garcetti The last year The late fees and fines only generated about one point six million. US dollars to the Los Angeles Public Doc Library System. I mean it does sound like of money but it is out of their one hundred eighty million dollar budget so that is not. It's not too late. Fees or scrapping relates. That's going to bankrupt the system. The serious point isn't it that that accumulated fees or concern about accumulating fees was serving as a deterrent to to the poorest. People are the ones who would most benefit from access to a public library. Exactly that is the logic behind this is to remove the the financial burden For those who probably would need service his most and we need to think now libraries are not just about you know Boring books or materials and all of that for a lot of people saw all their access the Internet as well to pay their bills to go and get job applications out to improve their resume all of that. So there's all these other services says at libraries particularly in Los Angeles are used by you know. Does that needed the most and having the financial burden of not returning an item the Turkish people from stepping into library at all. Just because you know then there would be flagged for the fact that they haven't returned tonight and more have to pay a fee so there's hope here that this will next year see more people using the Los Angeles Public Library System The last year. it loans seventeen point twenty million books Let's see next year. It will increase. Does it strike. You is one of those things. The library system. That is is one of those things that Americans are beginning beginning to realize does actually need to be defended that you can't rely on especially the federal government which you would hope would want to encourage Americans to read at least in its current style. The state can't be relied upon to protect libraries. No and I think that you are right there. There is this Cut of awakening in the US to importance of libraries and protecting texting at the urban libraries council is often cited and write a lot of reports about this This idea that we need to preserve the supply to the US We need to make libraries again this extension of public living room. You know you were talking when we started chatting here about how you grew up going to libraries reason. I did so to my younger cousins. Heavens so it's about also changing badminton and having people I remember spending my summer holidays in the library and was very nerdy but it was great And it's about also changing the mentality for people to realize at one it can can be fun and second. It is useful For those as I was mentioning looking for a job etc so let's make libraries cool again Carlotta Rabelo. Thank you for joining us. You are listening to the briefing and finally.

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"I mean, it it's not this kind of nice bantering flirting kind of game is just an acceptable and the low and the the success of the. Is definitely proving these people saying that four hundred fifty five eight months is genuinely a success, given the fact that what you've what you said what many people have noticed is that this low level sexual offensiveness is is actually endemic wherever you travel through only four hundred and fifty find to be dished out is a sign that actually perhaps. That's just the tip of the iceberg, truly. Yes, it's a start. And when when you think of all the the reluctance and the common saying, it wouldn't be possible to to enforce the law. So it's let's say a good start. And let's see how it develops. But definitely at least, you know, you have this possibility. I think also what was in the mind of the minister is to create kanowa, psychological effect. You know, maybe not everybody will be fine. But at least the people who behave this way, we know they they can be fine. And it's not acceptable. I think this is really the very important aspect of this low. Do you think a cultural change will occur at the speed at which people were which? Happening. It is. I mean, you've noticed it changing. It's difficult because I don't go often to to price for that. But what I see what I read and again, the conduct of young women the fact that they don't see themselves as victim who should shut up. When someone is cutting is is definitely Florence Peterman hair. Thank you very much. Indeed for joining us own monocle twenty four that's what we have time for today's program. Many. Thanks producers casting match Laren Kaleta Rabelo researches, patrons and Mooney's and Australia manager Kenya scholar with editing help from Galveston after the headlines music on the way, and the briefing is live at midday in London globalist is back at the same time tomorrow. But for now for me, m Elson goodbye, thank you very much for listening..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"So we've seen it Chanel that they've already appointed version of yard who was kind of called bright, HUD woman. She's been appointed to the head of Chanel now. Fendi? It's not clear what will happen. You know, the the logical replace it won't be faciliate Fendi to take over the women's west short. He does the men's wind excess REEs she was sort of caused creative counterpart the brand. So that that she would take over the women's as well. There's also been some chatter that Maria Grazia jury could take could be a sort of logical successor. She's currently the creative headed deal, but she is she lives in Rome's time between Brian empowers fends Roman house. So that could be kind of cool move there. You know, it's real it is, obviously real crossroads Effendi. And I think. History is so wrapped up with with call. The other thing that's basing reflect on when we think about Lagerfeld is he was able to design such creek to such distinctive brand in sch-. No and Fendi where he stopped to the codes of those housing and really respect to those codes and the mop and modernize them and also made them his own. We didn't close to different houses with very different fields. And I think that's your that will tell you know, it's one for designers to build a scene goose successful brand and waving their own kind of elements personality, whatever into that Brian to do at two houses quite remarkable. Let's talk about designers who going to try and make them all on brands in the future. We we saw the Gucci collection today, which has an incredibly strong sense of self at the moment. But also tomorrow will be a debut for the new director Bettega tell us a bit more about that. I'm really excited to show tomorrow. So Daniel lease the new creative director potato. He was previously. The director of ready twin design selene undefeated Filo story. He has that kind of aesthetic the old Selena steady on that craving so much at the moment. Obviously since Phoebe stepped out of the fashion world at least temporarily she's not doing anything at the moment is these sewing much talk at the moment about these these vacuum in the women's where world and who's going to feel that and who's going to get all those Filipov. They're cold all the women who who sit of crave that Phoebe aesthetic. And then you lay I think is really well poised to to kind of tight top part of the market. He has he's released one one small campaign for potato so far, and it was very minimalist and beautiful when shake and and sophisticated all those things that you kind of selene under Fabi and tomorrow MAURICE his first runway show potato so he's first collection his first runway show where kind of expecting really good things from him. And I think it could be a really smart move from Bettega appoint him these kind of time. Thank you so much, Jamie Wilson for joining us on the line from Milan. What's an amazing tribute to the work of Karl Lagerfeld? That's all we have for today's edition of the monocle daily. Thanks to our producer. Okay. So much Larry and Kaleta Rabelo and research is definitely counties and Rory Goodrich. And to our studio manager Christie Evans to the globalist is here to wake up the world in Europe in Asia. Time Tyke and rights is your host for that. And the medical daily returns at the same time tomorrow for now from me, MLC goodbye. Thank you very much listening.

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"It's a bit like in Soviet times. You know, if you're a ballet dancer, the only way who'd go dance in New York was by defecting now the motion or indeed if you're a hockey player or any of those things and now, of course, you. Just go you go because you get paid less money. And and the the state does well, which as well. And I think that's smart basic Cubans and the Americans for turning a blind eye to Trump's attempts to halt, the whole relationship normalization of relations. Trump seems to have dived into this one too heavy on. So I hope. Well, how's he died? What's happened? By I saying, say this this. is a bad. This is a bad day about deal. I wouldn't have negotiated this this thing. Obama would have dumb. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I doubt can stop it. Now just as long as none of them are kneeling during the anthem. Of course, Jonathan is possibly smarts of the Cubans for reasons beyond the financial though, they'll make a few quid for the percentage of signing bonuses, which in MLB can be considerable. But it is this recognition of that thing. We were talking about earlier that this this is a it it it's something of a soft power reparation. Now understand the value that this is one of the ways in which projects a positive image inside, the United States, absolutely everything that I mean in a way, it's you can draw power does with the famous ping pong diplomacy between the US and China all those decades ago. Yeah. I mean sport does have this row to play if it's played properly. And usually if it's not too politicized. And it works the other way round as well that you can use sports weapon when you really want to affect opinion in the country. Namely, the boycott of sport in that. And that. Really was a death blow to apartheid. Indeed. So is it enough to make our of you take an active interest in baseball. I I've watched baseball for another time. But I've never been bitten by the baseball bug. I'm not any my not bitten by it. But I can't even bring myself to watch it. Oh emails of complaint the directly to Jonathan and Fendi go cubs. That does bring us to the end of today show Jonathan Fenby and Michael Biehn. Thanks for joining us out Madari house. The show is produced by Kaleta Rabelo research by financial Gusta Pacheco. Nick my niece. A CD manager was David Stevens music next nineteen hundred the openness with Andrew tuck this more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred Madari house returns at eighteen hundred London time tomorrow, imagine mullet. Thanks for listening..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Is it the thick of it? Isn't it that the the, the UK politics, one that was out a few years in the loop with the cinema was the movie? Yeah, I've not seen version, but the TV program was fantastic. Well, I think that was very much a success Tutu. Yes, minister. It was the kind of more than version struck me is indicative of the cultural political differences between the United States the United Kingdom. When the Americans make ATV version of their politics, they get the west wing, this, this, this grand lifting noble moral fable. Whereas whereas the British might yes, minister in the thick of it well that, but but yes, minister action was a pivotal program in so many ways, wasn't it because it it really did illustrate very clearly what what was actually going on. I mean, faction is not a word we like, but nonetheless, there was a lot of truth being told for that program. It was his satire as documentary, and it became clear as the program went on on the same was true for the they were getting fed stories from inside resonates today. I mean, so many of the dynamics between the civil service and elected politicians and all kind of skulduggery that goes on his absolutely nailed it in. It's still relevant. You could Eric, and you could watch? Yes, minister now, and it would still feel quite fresh. I think they showed yes, minister the head of the day. ABS retrospective? Yes, minister about a year ago, but I, I think it's also used for as they say, training purposes, both in the civil service, but also for English teaching sort of graduate level sort of introduction both to the language unto the culture. I think that's quite good use for. Does anybody just quickly have a any other favorite political TV or film things they would like to give a plug. I just want to use this space to say that I don't never understood what the house of cards thing was the American version to just so it was boring and terrible. Now, if you don't listening milch this is this is ending the program terrifically donate notes. Somebody signed. What's a finger liked? It was the first film I saw when I arrived in Washington is correspondent was eh force one. Ed force. One is just spectacular introduction to everything American political. So I was including hopes and fears. So I I think that would come quite close to the tomorrow was posting. Most of seemed to let down if that's how it started. That does bring us to the ending of today's show. Mayor digest key, and Matthew green. Thanks very much for joining us at Midori house. The say was produced by financial Augusta Shaka research pry Anisa vets-go stadium manager was Christie Evans music next that one thousand nine hundred. The bonus with Kaleta Rabelo this more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred Midori house returns tomorrow eighteen hundred London. I'm Andrew Mila. Thanks for listening..

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"To countries which is llama countries mostly which had been either actually or partly alcoholfree at least officially i i have done the thing in a hotel bar in pakistan of solemnly filling out and signing the phone declaring in veld safe that you are not a muslim and can be beer and say i have this problem almost every friday evening in london because they stop selling our coup in in shops like at eleven one day i was drinking well sounds wrong but i was drinking champagne to friends at home and we wanted to buy more but everywhere was closed so i had to go to restaurant and they only had english sparkling wine not as good as campaign and yeah it was traumatizing fernando after brexit that's how celebrating but you know inland and especially supervisor ten pm you can't buy oklahoma good champagne on that heart rending tale of phenomena which i think has bought the suffering which good friday commemorates into a certain degree of perspective that does bring us to the end of today show colada rebelo an fernando augusta pacheco thank you for joining us the show was produced by kaleta rabelo and research by fernando augusta per shakur you can tell everyone's on holiday count you anto melville and l studio manager was clear urban music next nineteen hundred it's a menu with market sippy i'm back with more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred midori house returns on monday at eighteen hundred london time i'm andrew having great easter weekend thanks for listening.

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"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kaleta rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"When did the founder of this company went to on shark tank a couple of years ago when asked for some money which wasn't even the entire like the entire might just to funded was a a like a minimum stake uh like seven hundred thousand dollars to help out he was refused an amazon has just bought a door boat four at one billion dollars which is pretty astonishing while an plays into a bigger narrative not only about you know consumer electronics and this idea of the smart home and what is the side ideal feature of how home living should look but also for amazon itself has a company you know they've been buying up so many things in a whole foods something that you never expect amazon to be the owners over now apparently they'll be the owners of old the footage in your home i guess very interesting i remember we have time for one final of one final story you've got the endurance arms there and i have the guardian of younger here this is about the trip by the saudi prince here to the uk and the guardian has a take saying that sir uk is preparing to roll out the red carpet in a hurry and obviously there's a lot of questions whenever anyone former senior saudi leadership comes to the united kingdom oversee were the the arms trade and everything else about how to approach such as the center of topic obviously saudi arabia's going a huge soft power push of rebranding itself as which will be interesting to see what the meeting between crown prince mohammad bin salman abedee clean ham and theresa may what will be the main outcome we know that probably will avoid that touchy subject but in terms of advancement for saudi arabia as a society it could prove to be quite quite significant absolutely we'll be watching out for sure on local 24 said stay tuned thanks very much colder that was kaleta rabelo and you're listening to the briefing.

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