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"leipzig." Discussed on ESPN FC
"Won the game and then all of a sudden Leipzig caught up, so therefore there's always 90 minutes to play, but still, to me, by many it's still the number one. And hopefully it's going to be more interesting to see. Stevie, since the community shield is just a glorified friendly, how's your spirit? Fantastic. Check out what words can we use so for example, we were sat quietly watching the game. Darwin Nunez comes on does well. And Steve, you start shouting at me in my face. And a more surprising turn of events. Let's just describe it as that. But he starts going. He's a threat. He's a threat. He's criminals. Wherever it is. And he goes, I don't care what you say. He's a threat. It was so funny. I was surprised. Surprised she worked. That is quite exciting. I know. I was so glad that she was going to let me grant you. I was so glad that you did well. You get the Thursday show. You spent the whole show and nobody cares. The result doesn't matter to anybody. It has no relevance. Well, because obviously it's 1980 a hundred community shields. That is true. Right. Listen, I want to community shield and you can go and ask anybody who's won it. And anybody who's played in it, and they're all tell you, it's a glow in a fight friendly. And it doesn't really matter that much. Okay. Today's game had a little different edge to it. Right. Is it because it's these two signs do you think? I think it's the two sides that have been put together by two to call them competitive would be the understatement of the year. Tap and claw are two guys who
"leipzig." Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Supreme Court issue, which is fresh and new and we're digesting that from the federal privacy bill that has been on various attempts to get off the ground for at least the past 5, 6 years. And this is the first serious run at it. So there's a concern about linking those from certain in the business community and so that may cool some of the adverse business all in on a federal privacy law. But if we start seeing those sorts of things that might complicate issues, that's thing number one, thing number two is that on the business side, there's not necessarily a monolith like we do need federal clarity here because of some of the things that are in that bill that there's a lot of compromise, but there are some industries that aren't outside of the tech industry that have some concerns. So I think as a result of those issues, which I hope improved wrong because I think we need a federal privacy law personally and we've needed one for a super long time in order. I mean, we're the only top ten GDPs in the globe where the only country without an overall data protection law. So, and we're number one, so we should definitely not see that space to all of the other countries. But I'm pessimistic Tim that it's going to happen this year. I do think we've got a very good head start for next year. That's interesting. And it's also interesting. You bring up the roe V wade context of the privacy law. There was a really good article in The New Yorker recently talking about roe and I always was brought up thinking of roe V wade as a human rights issue. But this New Yorker article put it in the context of actually this came about as a privacy rights issue. And it was something where I think it was justice Earl Warren before he became a Supreme Court Justice was kind of like put on to the idea of how to regulate privacy or protect privacy in roe V wade became one of the expressions of that or the ruling on roe V wade became the expressions. Can you go back and kind of help distill for me like why how roe V wade and privacy kind of intertwine and why the overturning of roe V wade would affect the federal privacy landscape and vice versa, how the federal privacy landscape affects roe V wade because there is a lot of concern and attention being made to period tracking apps. For example, the data being used from there, being used to enforce states banning abortions. Yeah, so the decision itself is based on the right to privacy. And I love what you said about privacy being a human right because that is really, at that level, what 9 out of ten Americans now think privacy is even outside of this context of reproductive health. But that's what roe was. And is still even as it's overturned at core, the legal analysis is based on privacy precedent and the right to privacy. So the overturning of that decision calls into question privacy rights on a bunch of different fronts and you have justice Thomas's dissent that called out those some of those different areas very explicitly, but there's a bunch of other areas. And I recently wrote a piece along with my partners on the impact that this decision at this privacy based decision is having on the business world and the business community and there are some unexpected consequences or unexpected fallout that people may not have imagined. So for example, suddenly, pharmacies and other companies you talked about health apps, health tech, wearables, could become the recipients of criminal grand jury subpoenas, for example, if there is an interest by a particular state in pursuing not just the individual woman, but the caregivers, the doctors, the facilities, et cetera, the prescribers, there's cross there's dermott commerce clause issues when you're crossing state lines where it's legal to get prescriptions that are say a doctor sitting in Illinois or California prescribes reproductive medications to abort a pregnancy to someone in Texas. And the prescription is being fulfilled and warehouses in a state where it's legal, like a California or New York, then all of these issues are now on the table and the really complex, but what's happening is it's pulling in our business community and the ad tech community is going to be, I think, very much front and center in this and the types of requests for information about profiles on customers, loyalty programs, et cetera because those go into purchase habits. So we're already seeing some of these requests and also requests for information. On the one hand, and on with the companies in the middle, mind you, governmental requests for information at the state level. And then on the other hand, individual individual customers of that company, whether they're the mobile app subscribers or they are the pharmacy customers, et cetera, scrambling to try to make demands to delete their data. Information and when it's related to some other health requirements like HIPAA and other state medical laws related to retention periods for medical information, that's that ability to just erase your history is not something that companies can do while also complying with these state laws that say hold on to medical records for 7 years or 5 years or 6 years. In some of the states with trigger bans already in effect. So holy moly, all of a sudden you've got the business community front and center right in the middle of this hobson's choice of law enforcement and privacy. And there's also the element to it of the types of data that could be kind of tied together to paint this picture like there was that great New York or New York Times article a decade ago and I say it was like maybe 2012 about target and the idea that there is all this data that target was able to collect on, I think she might have been a teenager, but could identify this teenager was pregnant without, I don't even think she was where it's been a while since I've read that article, but and it wasn't information like, oh, she bought diapers or pregnancies or anything like
"leipzig." Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Into, so I'll let you take it away. Thanks Kayla. Dominique Shelton Leipzig, welcome to the DJI podcast. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. Absolutely. So Dominic, you and I have been speaking about privacy regulation for years at this point. And there's been a good amount of activity in that time California consumer privacy act, for example, was passed a few years ago in 2018. But it feels like in the past, month and a half. There has been a whole
"leipzig." Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"The lead for global data innovation as well as ad tech privacy and data management. And so she's someone that I've been speaking to for years about California's privacy law, for example, and then how that's progressing the overall privacy regulation picture. And it's great to talk to her right now because that privacy regulation landscape is getting pretty active. Everything from in California with the new enforcement agency putting out draft regulations to Congress introducing yet another federal privacy Bill, this one, the American data privacy and protection act in June, and then in Europe, there has been the digital markets act in the digital services act, which also has some provisions in there that would regulate, targeted advertising. So it was just a great to have a conversation with Dominique to hear an experts insights on how the privacy regulation landscape is shaping up and what that ports hands for the digital advertising industry. Got it, yeah, for sure. So maybe narrowing it down quickly to that American data privacy and protection act. I'm curious if she had any thoughts on if that will accomplish kind of what the digital ad industry in the U.S. hasn't really been able to do thus far, but then also whether or not she sees that getting passed at all. Yeah, I think she probably most people is reasonably skeptical of Congress agree on anything, but she did point out that some areas where Democrats and Republicans had historically disagreed when it comes to a federal privacy law are kind of sorted out a little bit. And this one, for example, there's been a big contention of, okay, if there's a federal privacy law, should that preempt state privacy laws like the California consumer protection act, or should California consumer protection act still take precedent when it comes to the protecting the privacy of residents of California. In this case, it's kind of, there isn't a clear cut answer unfortunately with this bill. Because it would preempt states laws, but there's a carve out for California. And then some other nuances to it because this is a nothing can ever be that cut and dry. But I think this bill does indicate Congress is still trying to get some sort of privacy law passed. And it's not just the Congress in the U.S., but obviously states are still passing privacy laws or strengthening their privacy laws as is the case in California. And then internationally to Europe's GDPR, but keeps passing laws like digital markets act and digital services act, that
"leipzig." Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Leipzig, always Leipzig. Hey. Hey. Although, if you listen to our third episode on that Red Bull project, you know, it's a bit of a stretch for a club that was only founded back in 2009, but I digress. Oh bay Leipzig fell rangers one zero in the first leg at the Red Bull arena where my mate Tyler Adams starting. The Scottish side defended with muscle not giving up so much as a corner until the 85th minute, but it was unfortunately from that very 85th minute set piece that a clearance dropped out of the sky and met and slept boot Leipzig now travel to a Brooks this Thursday with a one goal lead to defend against ever plucky rangers and last week. We also spoke about the other German semifinalist in Europa League. I'm track Frankfurt, a team who will draw a broad German support if they meet the final, given their historical presence in the country, even more so if they were to face off against Leipzig, who are let's just say much less a champion of the people, all the while they continue to establish themselves as a long-term power in European football, what contrast you see between these two German clubs and what truths can we take from Frankfurt or one of three or four teams that are probably the direct opposite of Leipzig, that they not only stand for everything that Leipzig has deemed to be a threat towards. But they are seen as the teams that are suffering because of Leipzig and two in extent the other two teams in the Bundesliga who aren't really subject to the 50 plus one rule that means that fans own the majority control of their teams. By levy twos and Wolfsburg are both teams. Their teams that are formed by companies and are kind of given an exemption, but it's seen as almost an honorable exemption because they are at least historical Leipzig, as you know, much newer. Teams like Frankfurt, cologne, Stuttgart, vertebra and Schalke maybe. They're the sides that are deemed to have suffered because of Leipzig, because of labor twos and because of Wolfsburg, they're the big popular clubs with huge organic support, owned by their members, the standard bearers for 50 plus one. So were we to get a Leipzig Frankfurt Europa League final. You would effectively have a clash of two visions for how German football should be. And I think that would make it fascinating. It would too when it sent to be the clash of upper mid table Bundesliga team against German team concerned with qualifying for the Champions League. But at heart, it's a game between two different kind of ideas of what football should be about. Is it about fan ownership and democracy or is it about dynamism and success and ideas and selling energy drinks? Energy drinks. The Europa League semifinals rumble on. Thursday 3 p.m. eastern on paramount plus in that other match Frankfurt currently hold a two one lead over West Ham sadly Jared Bowen learned that you don't get points for a bicycle and only all moose went in and in the conference league. We saw the hips as choice for the most exciting European semifinal of last week. Feyenoord three Marseille two, the difference being a goal ten seconds after second half kick-off, Marseille center back to later saw, saw this keeper incredibly short on a back pass, but it was 90 minutes a magically entertaining football. Keep your eyes on that second leg as they both fight for the right to play in Albania, rumor and Leicester, shed a one one drawer, but as we predicted, the action was on the sidelines between José Mourinho and Brendan Rodgers, who fun fact, share a birthday, January 26th, Aquarius dominating the star signs for managers with a bloated sense of self importance, but also as José Mourinho interrupted roger's post match press conference to reveal the two men shared a very expensive drink together and.
"leipzig." Discussed on ESPN FC
"Another forward player. Jena, then comes out. Then it's be gone coming out. All your attacking players. All your players that you use in a way to be more dangerous offensively. Come out. And he throws his team under the bus. And he says, I never told them to sit back and defend. They did it on their own. What do you think you're doing by the messages you are sending a halftime minute 63 minute 70 minute 80? What's your telling him subliminally is back up? We gotta defend this result. Back up, absorb. That's what you're saying. And all of a sudden, when this call comes in, no gene yag. You don't have quinones there who's fast. You don't have these players who can hurt you on the dribble. How could you one V one? You have no form of attack going on, and you're surprised, they blew it. Yeah, see, yeah, comes off in the 75th minute. And at that time, you know, you're okay, you're protecting a lead, but when men of course ten minutes later, to see on the bench, the visual of geniac there and not able to do anything about it. You just have to ask also, by the way, he's not used Leo Fernandez. He's not used Florian tavan. I mean, those are attacking pieces that you would think in a situation like this. You could look at. Look, the game change is very, very late. And what Miguel Rena needs changes very, very late. So it's easy to criticize him here. One thing I think is interesting hurt is this idea that Miguel Herrera plays attacking progressive football. Maybe early on in his time with America but correct me if I'm wrong towards the end of his time with America. Miguel Leroy was becoming a very pragmatic coach. Maybe not the level of Turkish. But he's worse? His leading race cars were center backs. There was one season at America. So why are we surprised that as doing this? Why are we still those who say that he's the opposite and I'm surprised that he's got all this arsenal, you just mentioned the vinyl Fernandez on the bench, took a would get crucified for leaving on the bench. Right. That's all we would hear. Miguel Herrera gos and everybody's like, successful season. Look at Miguel Herrera. Look what he's done with this team. He's managed to change the face of this team. No, he hasn't. You managed to literally let this slip from your fingers. Slip from your hands. So some of the blame certainly here then on biographer, but of course the theater players will have some of the blame as well. I wonder how much of that blame will end up on the very capable shoulders of Andre Pierre specifically her over this incident late in the match,.
"leipzig." Discussed on ESPN FC
"Matt Turner. MLS goalkeeper of the year. Carlos hill will be named MVP of the year. You had boost guy who had a banner year. You had Mustafa bow with a ridiculous. You had to jump, you can and who was best 11. They had a ridiculous team with, by the way, coached by Bruce arena, the all time best coach in Major League Soccer history. And they beat them in their house. And then they go to Philly beat them on the road. And now they have Tati Castellanos back and you're going to tell me that Portland are a clear favorites. Is that what you're trying to say? Yeah. I'm not saying, yeah, I think Portland to clear favorites here. Yeah. At home, New York City growing across country. Yeah, I think they're clear favorites. You know who disagrees with us? The bookies right now. They've got New York City as the favorite. I got Portland at plus one 80, the draw it plus two 30 and New York City at plus one 65. That's what I saw today. So New York City then, a less of a payout than Portland, somebody somebody might want to put some money on the timber. So I'm just saying, that sounds like a very good value. Speaking of good value, heck, let's give the folks a good value here with our next edition of book it. You will not be here a Thursday. Is that correct for our final show before Emma's cup? So we got to get our press in here. You are the aforementioned on this show. Principe of the prop bet. By the way, did your demure cry like prop bet hit in the Western Conference final? By the way, I'm surprised that our production team didn't put up the var of me preseason pre MLS start of the season say my pick for MLS. Oh my gosh. Winners are the timbers. Let's get the revisionist history here on this show. Hercules Gomez now pro Portland timbers. Now I think there's a clip that's circulating Twitter that might prove otherwise who was on the timber side when it truly counted. All right, so give us your prophet here. What do you got? Negative one 50 both teams of scores just smart money. They say styles make fights, okay? It's true in fighting and boxing MMA. It's also true in football and soccer..
"leipzig." Discussed on ESPN FC
"I'm getting angry because I keep hearing them cheering over here. We're close to the New York City oil money locker room. It's just so hard. It hurts, man. Are you cool with this from Jim Curtin? Although it's supposed to be are you cool with it? Really, it should be shots fired. Yeah, shots fired here from mister curtain. 8 shots fired. I understand the frustration. Trust me, Jim Curtin has every reason to feel frustrated. It's not his fault that we're in a pandemic and something like this happened and his team was obviously hurt by it. But oil money, New York City FC. They're like outside the top 5 of MLS spending clubs. I mean, it's $15.8 million total team salary, Philly's at 10.4, but it's not New York City's fault. It's not New York City football team's fault. That Philly refuses to spend that they would rather develop than spend, which is pretty much a tactic that teams that want to be cheap and don't want to spend use. It's not their fault. It is what it is. I feel bad for the Philly union. I feel bad for Jim crick because he's a quality coach and I feel bad that he had to listen to another club celebrates in his own house, but oil money in Major League Soccer with the salary cap. Oil money sounds like sour grapes to me. You're right to point out the difference between the expenditure at least according to the latest numbers released by the MLS players union. Just 5 million. 5 million more spent by New York City FC on this year's salary budget. So it's not that great a difference. What is worth noting is that Philly's 25th in terms of spending out of 20 17s an MLS, and I wonder herk, if this isn't so much a shot from Jim Curtin at New York City FC, maybe it's at Philly and maybe it's beyond a shot at Philly, a sign of frustration. Maybe Jim Curtin is saying, hey, I want to go to a place. It feel he's not going to give me more assets. I want to go to a place that will, 'cause he's been linked to other places that do spend more. You don't think FC Cincinnati and his good friend Chris albright who was a sporting director of Philadelphia is now the new GM there. It is a possibility. And if there's one thing Cincinnati does is they spend money. They might not do it wisely, but they spent a ton of money since they've been a Major League Soccer. And listen, something to be said about getting the most out of a team that doesn't spend. But if you're Jim curtain, you want the possibility of spending money or at least I want to see what gym current can do because it's very easy to manage players that are on the higher end of a salary cap or on a higher end of a salary spectrum. But when you have to manage those egos, those superstars, those high priced players, that's when you get to see how good a manager you really are. New York City then your Eastern Conference champions, huh? What about out in the Western Conference? We had Portland.
"leipzig." Discussed on ESPN FC
"But doya, it's a tough pill to swallow. But there are certain rules and regulations that are in place in Major League Soccer and across all sports that determine what can happen and what can happen for a game to be suspended for a game to be rescheduled. These are rules for everybody. Not just the Philadelphia union. It didn't come to implement those rules. It didn't come to it where they had to reschedule it. So I don't see why one team would get punished over another. I understand how hard done the Philly fans could feel hard done. Jim Curtin can feel. But this happens in all sports. We saw it in the Montage. Taylor was talking about it happening in NHL. We've seen it happen in baseball. We've seen it happen. And said, ah, you know, it's soccer. So it happens. I feel bad for them, but it is what it is in a pandemic. It sounds like the league didn't really even consider moving the game. As soon as Philadelphia kind of reported the situation that was going on, the response from the league was no plans to postpone right from jump. So they were very clear about it. I wonder her and your big NBA fan out there with the Lakers. There's kind of an asterisk over there over there bubble title, right? Does this maybe from a New York City perspective? No, okay. Not in LA. Is there an asterisk here for what New York City has done based on the team they faced in Philadelphia? I wouldn't say an asterisk, but there's been a dark cloud over New York City FC for quite some time. Oh, it's a baseball field. That's why that's why they get so much out of their field. That's why I get so much out of their play at home. Oh, this and that. Listen, they went on the road and beat New England. They went on the road and beat Philly. A very good Philly club. I don't care who was planned I was still a very good Philadelphia union team without their leading goals score. Say what you will. There are no asterisks in sports. People are only going to remember the winners. Unfortunately for Philly, very few when this is all said and done if you if the New York City FC team lift the trophy, you're gonna remember what had happened this day when this story is told later on or decades from now. All right, well, there's always something to pick out from the postgame press conference. Let's listen into what Jim Curtin have to say after the match. No, it's not listening. We've got it here for you. This is what he had to say, quote, I'm getting angry because I keep hearing them cheering over here. We're close to the New York City oil money locker room. It's just so hard. It hurts, man..
"leipzig." Discussed on ESPN FC
"For their own. When it comes to my country, we don't really do that. The idea that we would celebrate and appointment in terms of somebody joining a backroom staff, even at a club like Manchester United, it might be a little footnote in the news. You know, but again, that's maybe a reflection of an established football country not a very successful one. I would have to say, but an established one and a country that still trying to make its way from the point of view of being respected around the world. So I completely see that. And yeah, Americans should absolutely say, yeah, why not? Chris Armas, more power to you. Remind me where Sir Alex Ferguson is from Derek ray. Well, sadly, he's from Glasgow. I'm from Aberdeen, but he did manage Aberdeen my hometown club. So when you've got that type of manager waving the flag for a country, it's very easy to say, what are you guys getting excited about? But I agree with you and listen, this is U.S. soccer, Twitter, it's American Twitter it's Concacaf in general how the excitement goes. Let's not downplay this. Let's not downplay this. This might be the this profile position at U.S. managers ever had. I was just trying to say that again. This may be the highest profile position a U.S. managers ever had. And you're out here downplaying it. Could be, I'm not saying it's not, it's still an assistant coach in an interim basis, but yes, and it's a domino effect so there is something. Listen, anytime there is a coach, assistant coach, whatever the fact may be. And whatever country he's from, whatever, football and culture he's from. You can be sure those eyeballs will still be there. He will keep tabs on what's going on in Concord. Maybe that's a door opening for Manchester United, whether that's player development or whether that's first team or that's coaching or scouting. It can benefit the region. That said, I think the bigger question here is, Chris Armas, who had a relatively tough go at Toronto FC all of a sudden going to be the number two or part of the coaching staff at Manchester United. Maybe he's better as a two. That could be a reality. He's just a better as a two. And as a head coach, you want players or sorry, coaches around you that you trust that you know you can implement your style and that could buy into your philosophy and can help you spread that message. This was what maybe Chris Armas can do. It doesn't mean he's failing up because I've been seeing a lot of that online lady. You can fail up. Chris Armas had a rough go at it and New York. He had a rough go at it at Toronto, and that's all it may be. He was a head coach there. Maybe it's the two he's better. Derek to your point about excitement over this. I want to read you guys a sub headline here from the Irish times because not everybody has excited as Chris Armas about Chris Armas as maybe we are here on football America. Here it is. Meet Chris Armas, man United's new coach who's never worked in Europe and had horror Toronto rain, but backed by Ragnar. So maybe the press there does need to warm up a little bit to Chris almost. There's some good here though for him and that is one. This sets up really, really nicely for his next job. And it reflects very well on him because Ralph Ragnar is not bringing in a whole staff here. He's only bringing in, I think, one, two, maybe three guys to compliment the Manchester United staff that was left behind or what's left of it from the oligarch. So it's not like there were ten positions here. There was only a couple in Chris armis got one of them. That says something. Even if we only had one position to give out her. I know that we would have that invite go to Derek ray after this appearance on football America. Derek, thank you so much for the time. Great to have you with us and I really hope we do it again soon. Any time guys, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks for the invitation. Take care, deck. Delf here in New York City lockhorns in the Eastern Conference final. The union needed penalties to see how dash within the last round, Taylor. What a week. What a four days for the Philadelphia union. They will be missing 11 players today. 9 of those keys. But it's also a reminder where we are because Major League Soccer isn't the only league in this country that has had its struggles in the NHL. You've seen the NBA in the NFL to a certain extent be reminded of what COVID can do to a season. I said it to our group all week. Sometimes the most dangerous thing is a group of men or women with nothing to lose. Or it was the story of the weekend in Major League Soccer 11 Philadelphia union players ruled out a Sunday Eastern Conference final against New York City FC over COVID-19 protocols that forced 6 changes to the team that beat Nashville in the conference semifinals despite that hilly pilly actually grabbed the lead. How about that? Hey, quick lead, but that's all it was a very quick lead. Bald movement on the keeper. I get it, but this is a save you have to Perry why. You can't force that in the middle, keeps it alive. Maximum levels it up. Yep. Feel the score in the 63rd, the New York City response came in the 65th, this in the 88 tallis magno. With the finish, what happened to Olivier baiza, huh? Oh, Olivier, Olivier, Olivier, do not let that ball bounce attack that ball. Oh, wrong side of defender. And that's a dagger. I had my bucket parlay on the line right there. I had the draw and the under two and a half. It was hitting with just minutes to go until that mistake, which leads to.
"leipzig." Discussed on ESPN FC
"A few key players. People like it for mikano and connate and then zabita. But it just hasn't been consistent enough and especially away from home. We didn't manage in a way victory at all. And it has emerged and we haven't heard Jesse's side of this, but it has emerged from Oliver mins laugh as the CEO of Leipzig and certainly the big man on campus there. But twice in recent weeks, Jesse marsh actually went to the club bosses and expressed doubt as to whether he was the right man the right fit for the club. Now, of course, there's been a change when Julian Nagar's man was there philosophically it did change to more of a possession based style, but they hired Jesse marsh to get back to the old power football if you like. That was his remit. He tried to do that. It didn't work out. I was also implicated. The players saying that they didn't take on board everything that was said to them by Jesse marsh and in fact were not following the match plans. So it has been stressed that it's mutual. It's disappointing, clearly from a U.S. angle, but for me, I think it's a fair decision in the end. You know, first off, pleased to be here with a linguist like Derek gray. So excuse me if I'm pronounciation is not right because I'm standing next to greatness right now. I'm gonna say a greatness, but you mentioned if a McConnell you meant you couldn't very important players not there. Jesse marsh is coming with the idea that he's going to implement his style. The RB Leipzig way the way of old into this very new team. He's falling in the few puts us at Julian nagelsmann. One of the most brilliant footballing minds of this generation, which was very much possession based football to come in with this heavy metal, power football as you say, where it's vertical where it's strong where it's high intensity pressure. And all of a sudden the players that you thought you can count on don't have that skill set, they're not made for that. They're of a different cloth, and they don't buy into what you're selling. And then on top of that, you get thrown into a Champions League group with PSG and man city of all teams. It's the group of death. It was a terrible cocktail to begin with. It almost feels and by the way, you're saying Jesse marsh going up to the sporting director and saying he's questioning if he was the right man for the job that he himself didn't feel that he himself didn't feel like he was being given the proper chance. All those things make me believe like this was not the fair shot, fair shake for Jesse marsh. Hurt, you mentioned when he took over the job that perhaps his passport could play against him, which is very interesting to me here. I can't believe that this has anything to do with the fact that Jesse marsh is American. There's results here are really off the target. They're 11th. Forget advancing in Champions League. They may not qualify for Europa League hurt. So those are significant financial losses. Correct potentially for RB lives. That's big. I think that's why Jesse marshes is losing his job here. There's a big concern, though, for me, if you're Jesse Marshall, if you're looking at it from that perspective, guys, and that is, you know, his strengths are coming in off and replacing Julian nagelsmann. Maybe your tactics aren't going to be at that level. But what we've always been told about Jesse marshes is he's about the human beings. He can get guys to buy in. And it sounds like Derek, a lot of what we're hearing here is that the players at Leipzig didn't buy into Jesse marsh. That's that would be the biggest concern here for me if I was looking at it from that perspective. You agree? Yeah, but I find it very puzzling because at the start, I heard interviews from people like villi Orban, people like amyl forsberg. And they all spot glowingly of Jesse, the human being. And of course they knew him because he'd been assistant in Leipzig before. So this wasn't brand new territory. But then it just seemed to change. The mood music seemed to change. And it's hard to explain that. And actually, those were the words that he used. It's hard to explain why we can't get things together here. Three defeats in a row, Leipzig had never suffered that before and albeit short. Bundesliga history. So for whatever reason, it just wasn't happening at the end. And as I said, it was inconsistent. There were some good patches of play. Even on the Champions League, there was some good spells, but there were very few complete 90 minute performances. And I totally accept what said earlier on hard act to follow in Yuri nagas man. Absolutely. And so from that point of view, maybe the only way was down, but let's not forget there was a lot of excitement and I heard it from American fans when he got that job. I even had people saying, you know, he's going to do better than nagelsmann. He's such a good coach. He could even win the Bundesliga. Now, we know that's very difficult when you're made opposition would be buy in and perhaps bojo Dortmund. But yeah, it's time to take stock. It didn't work out. Move on. Yeah. I think there is a good case to be made for that he didn't get the most. 14 games, a difficult Champions League group, when you talk about players not buying in. If I'm thinking about it from players perspective, this isn't what I'm built for. I'm not built to run. I'm not built for this intensity for this battle. I'm possession. I'm technical. I'm a tactical mind. It's different. Of course there might be a player revolt. But that goes back to who's in charge. Who is a sporting director when he came in? What type of support system did he have? And all those things. 14 games. Yeah, if I'm looking for excuses, I'm seeing he lost his three best players before the season. Two of them to arrival in one of them, his captain, savitar and what August 30th, I mean, that is not an ideal time to lose a player of that status. That would certainly be a setup to fail situation. So there you go. Jesse marsh slash just four months in charge of RB Leipzig Derek. What do you think is next for Jesse march? Do you think his next job will be on this side of the Atlantic or that side of the Atlantic? You know, it's hard to say. I was talking to a couple of colleagues today and they were saying, yeah, he's still going to be in the conversation with a few clubs in Europe because he did build up some credit based on body done. What he did in Salzburg. But of course, the thing is Salzburg is set up to succeed. It's.
Germany Gets 1st Military Rabbi in Over a Century
"Got its first ever rabbi in over a century. Hungarian born Zoltek Bala, inaugurated Monday at a synagogue in Leipzig. Many Jews fought for Germany during World War one and dozens of rabbis are known to have performed pastoral work in the military about 300 Jews serve in Germany's 180,000 strong military. Now this is ABC
Chimpanzees Show Altruism While Gathering Around the Juice Fountain
"Have you ever done something for someone else. Knowing that your actions would solely benefit them and not you. Maybe you opened a door or donate blood. Volunteered in hospitals e. r. during the pandemic this is called a pro social behavior caregiving group coordination conflict resolution. Sharing humans engage in these types of behaviors. All the time we've learned but it's a large part of the reason we succeeded as a species but a major question remains in science. A we the only species who do this one of our closest relatives chimpanzees have long been studied for signs of this their genetic. Similarities could help us tease out. The evolutionary trajectory of the desire to selflessly. Help others sir. For research has provided mixed results on the question studies of these animals in the wild and captivity seem to come to different conclusions. Some studies show the chimps cooperatively hunt share food and console each other but one highly cited study. Come to a very different conclusion. He said chimpanzees are indifferent to the welfare of others. The study use what's called a pro social choice. Test controlled lab experiment which in pansies in enclosures were given two options. Push a button to give fruit to themselves. Who push the button to give food to themselves and apartment chimp. If they chose the latter it was seen as a pro social behavior in that study chimps showed no special preferences for feeding themselves and a friend overfeeding just themselves into new research and a remote juice fountain in started but in a concrete fountain into the chimpanzees outdoor enclosures. The fountain was then hooked up to a large container of juice placed outside of the enclosure when an individual pushes the button. It releases juice from the fountain however since the button and fountain are approximately five meters apart. The individual pushing cannot directly drink from the fountain and if any other chimpanzees are at the fountain when the button is pushed they and not the pusher will be able to drink the juice that sarah detroit at the max planck institute for evolutionary anthropology leipzig compared to previous controlled lab based experiments. The setup for this was very naturalistic and detroit says chimpanzees were able to interact with a fountain in this social groups. In this context they discovered a willingness to act in the interest of others with chimpanzees prepared to activate the fountain without benefiting themselves.
Late Leipzig Victory Heats up Title Race
"We'll stop in the bundesliga. We thought no leipzig get thrown away. The opportunity to keep pushing by munich. There were two knelt down halftime against borussia moenchengladbach but a brilliant second half performance and a late goal from soil with see them beat god back by three goals to to to continue to put the pressure on bind at the top of the table. Janocko fuel itself is with us yet. Thank goodness we still have a title race. Just thank goodness to halftime. There was so many analyzes marker also sorting out gladbach. There will be calm now before he takes over. And then livesey made the bundesliga excited for two minutes with the irony at halftime. But thank god. Thank god for everybody. Neutral love love the bundesliga. There was fantastic. Second half of our show and they slowly came back. Glad back more tired had some chances on contracts but policy and kuku and solo there so many attackers. It's lives. You haven't score enough goals after chicken and van left them after last season but they produce tonight and we haven't excitement we have. We have a tight race in germany. Dan could you imagine. Say those words. I know i don't know very much unlikely. After the to say bad in the first half. Yeah yeah their web bad but but say having said that. I mean they had a ball the lot. They didn't create a lot gluck. Unbelievable efficient mcconnell had one of those half where look like the most clumps defender being around after being the most attractive defender around and toronto and half on peres demanded to nil and everything look like well typical vion after their gala show earlier on the day and now we have this situation fribourg against lives on friday if they win that top of the league at least for twenty four hours then the big game between via munich endorsements says you mentioned yance still two point separates vine and live sick. Let's switch attention to that wind show for buying a day. They were certainly facts that the way this game ended you. They could just keep scoring. Every few minutes on the will keep on scoring. I mean live on dose keno. Getting closer to that magic gaffe miller torty goals in a season scoring two goals today but there was a whole wasn't ed when they played their home three three losing in frankfurt against eintracht. And then they're back to the norm. Winning high in champions league winning five one against cologne. it's not like five or six goals better than them on the page but they just so efficient gerrad sky. Think a ended up with three assists. Today nabu just scoring for fun. Uneven ship matang scoring so i mean by will be all the way of the understatement of the nights at just into content main if levin dusky reaches at forty gaumont. It's unbelievable because then you compare yourself with the best goal Of all time and yes you could say the by a munich was fantastic. But you can say the same about this team. I mean we are talking about whole on emba- pay silva or were all these goalscoring sensations around europe the moment but levin dose gays to complete striker but the the goal getter part of his game is unbelievable to he's hungry and passionate for goals is unbelievable and you saw the way to the goals. Today you had a you finally got. Thomas miller on to fourteen seconds to make an assist for him. I just turned around. He knows all the time where where he is on the full patriots and if he beats the record i still doubted but he's getting closer meanwhile bruce feldman turning on in the second half in proved to be a comfortable win in the end. I'll tell you what twenty twenty one jaden sanitary. It's very different than twenty. Two thousand nine hundred and sounds like christmas press the reset. Button is incredible. Twenty twenty cents show. At least the half of it was very influenced with all that happened around us some monsters united being on the phone all the time. Hundred and twenty million hundred million europe but now he's on fire and the way he's playing at the moment he's playing with all his strength all the passionate he's running all the time he's body. Language is turn like hundred and eighty degrees unbelievable. I also today. I a writer who scored that goal. And i think that that sums up the way dole put his playing at the moment ailing all on. I'm not sorry. Putting in northern region after solo scored for for leipzig later tonight. But but then allen all on one against one against goalkeeper typically get up. We'll try himself. Just give it the ball away. And i think that sums up that door at the moment. They won three games in a row. Intense being under pressure as being a lame duck after the appointment of mark but they are back on track another only three points behind eintracht frankfurt for that very very valuable champions league place for they make it. Yeah yes. I think they will. Because i don't think well eleven games eintracht frankfurt had and with no losses i winston role. Then losing it to to bremen and as long as they can keep on winning these kind of games which has been difficult for them. They're lower teams like being felt today. They will keep on doing it but mind you next game. It's frankfurt against got. That could be a frankford. Win on there and Munich and then we can have that six points again. Because volts berg are winning games just like behind everybody under the radar of everybody of body so they could end up taking place in the bundesliga
Can Liverpool Snap Their Slump?
"Liverpool coming off a result midweek in the champions league thought when we focus on their league form not so great. They've lost three straight for merely outscored eight to two in those matches. Stevie the league form not good but can we throw it out the window based on what you saw. Mid week. Leipzig to be honest. I'm gonna base on scene from evan. Rather than what. I've seen from liverpool. I think we know liverpool. Golden played good football. Hopefully they're going to create. The question is what we take chances. And kinda and that's been their mantra. I think this is over. Evan up until i go a bed the smaller and looked and looked to see what had been said for months. You'll autobahn and use a kind of changed my opinion because i was very comfortable when i went to bed. Before the fact that culvert loons black. You've got allenbach. You got hamas who. I think we'll play as well. So they've kind of a as well as liverpool getting a little bit of a kick from winning against light shake evans going to get a little spot as well for most three at the same time. I don't think is going to be an awful thing. Liverpool will take it a business. You mentioned what carlo ancelotti said. You're in club downplayed this earlier but the reverse fixture of this is where virgil van. Dyke got hurt. We'll liverpool's players be thinking about that. Is that at all a factor in this absolutely not liverpool of other things to worry about right now with those vendettas. And when you stop doing that that affects your game when you start worrying about getting a kick it somebody or gone around and tried to get one on the that's going to affect you as you said liverpool too many other problems where they can. They can do things so i i don't think will have any whatsoever correct. Speaking those other liverpool problems basically been a coin flip over the last couple of months which liverpool we get and it's not really between good and bad. it's between feast and famine and look. There's a clear fight for the top four here between a few teams what one of which up until a couple of games ago look it might be able to make still be but clearly live for sure. I'm not going to catch. Set has been questioned whether anybody will catch them but settling from where pearl are so. There's a clear fight for the top. Four and i think they'll be buoyed by their performance and mid week but i'm with stevia. Initially islanders probably going combat but he's lacking much shoppers. Rodriguez is a talent. But he's not particularly away from home. A place like lever put and going to get the ball here because everton do that home in a way. They often the lawyers for as what liver poke can do with an ev. You know the such a hard team to read it. Belet lasted in a sense. Have lost some crazy games as she are still up there. Everyone had i think the three games in hand up until a week or ten days ago and then they lost home to fill them the loss home to set these kind of expected. The hong end then brushed aside. But i could see lever. Pull getting a result here purely going to dominate the game. And i think eventually it will break down. Of course they're gonna watch learn these pace and behind running the johnson. That's a weak point for liverpool at the moment. But i just feel with us. Top four limited as real. Fight that lever pill get the job done here and could run together to get themselves in their shock. Everton haven't beaten liverpool since two thousand ten have one at anfield since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. This feels like as good a chance chances. They're going to get ride. No all records falling as far as liverpool is concerned in particular over recent weeks. That format downfield. Now i'm different from the voice. I'm sitting around the fence but leaning everton. I just feel as good. A result was against rb leipzig. Maybe a little bit expected especially given i felt. I thought i'd be like coming into this. A little bit light up front and maybe not threatening liverpool anywhere near as much as you would thought but with covid louis coming back. In particular that make centre-half paramount liverpool will be relying on on henderson. I just feel about their goals for forever time here and as a see i'm sitting on the inside but leading everton i just don't see a liverpool win.
Bayern Munich go 10 points clear in Bundesliga
"Start in the boondocks league. Your league leaders buyer munich. Child hurt the berlin just before they head off to fiba club world cup and get a one nothing win rare robert levin penalty miss in this one goal coming in the twenty. First minute from kingsley. Call on that. The difference by munich on picking up the three points and what it means in the boondocks league table is the firing are now ten points clear of second place. Leipzig the big gap continues to grow as byron munich cases yet. Another league title. Look at that and dortmund both right now. Outside of the champion spots well stevie. We expected to win. That match was nervous at the end. Well the the long of the game when on the more heffer actually you could see the believed that they could get something you know they could. They probably could and should have been three octane. This game could have been over but it wasn't me dope ski obviously missing. The penalty was huge. And as i said the longer it went on the stock to to get closer and closer culminating with two minutes to go all the way through hostage score but just just weighed. In the game's over.
PSG and Basaksehir teams walk off field in protest of alleged racist slur by 4th official during Champions League game
"Manchester United. He's eliminated from the Champions League after a shocking 3 to 2 lost RB Leipzig for the Red Devils down 3,000,001 point off how he saved a man's match against he stumbled. The shot you hear was suspended after match official was alleged, have used a racial slur against me, Stumble assistant coach leading to both teams walking off the pitch. The match will be replayed tomorrow. Though PS she has already advanced the knockout stage due to Main use
Bayern Munich’s disappointing 1-1 draw against Werder Bremen
"Tight race. Stop the wounds of munich at the top of the table by a point doorman just behind him tied. With leverkusen and leipzig. They're rounding out your top four more. We welcome in yawn. I'll go to the show. Let's start with buying munich. The league leaders. They'll be visiting guards on the weekend barn dropping points last weekend. Yeah no chance they do that again. Yeah whether it's breaking usa. Germany every time loose points. And sometimes you ask yourself. Where do they take their energy from. billion neil the whole team is underway on a different national teams comeback. And always do well. But this time they play vada brand-new before this game played four times in a row. One one and what happened was one morning is better brandman. Damn losing points than you thought. Well the rest of the teams won't take that chance lives. Eastern dog did and so by kind of making up a kind of excitement and the germans la
"leipzig." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With John Shaffer is next on 93.9 FM and AM 20 After check of headlines, It's the PBS NewsHour a rainy forecast in store for the next couple of days for overnight about a 30% chance of showers. Mostly cloudy with love around 68. Those showers linger into Wednesday, mostly in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy with a high near 81. It's 72 degrees under cloudy skies at 11 o'clock, WN. Thiss is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. You're hearing the German pianist and composer Martin Cole Stead. Performing here with the Leipzig Give Aunt House chorus. Now The Leipzig Orchestra is one of the oldest in the world. The chorus is equally well established, ensemble, very fine Classical group. Performing here, though some pieces by Martin Cole step, I'm tempted to call this one neo dome and the reason I'm tempted to do that is because it says right on the album. And I, Oh dio M. So it appears that would be the name of the piece. But in fact, this is two different ideas, one of them called neo and the other called Dome. Put together to form this piece that we're hearing. It's a very interesting way of making music out of these recumbent parts..
Tens of thousands of people rally against Lukashenko in Belarus
"Where Can Belarus President Turn Now? Thousands of people were back on the streets protesting this weekend still angry at what they believe was a rigged presidential election President Lukashenko who claimed as he returned to power with an eighty percent approval rate responded by flying over the protesters wearing riot gear with a rifle slung from his shoulder. Well, drained over is L. Editor of Belarus Anna Leasing at the University of Brain and I'm delighted to say she joins us on the line now Auger a very warm welcome to monocle twenty four. These absolutely bizarre scenes of President Lukashenko yesterday. Well. Yes. I was actually also quite as to see you know him banning public with a gun and also his fifteen year old son campaign him so to say so it's the definitely assigned for me that he he's kind of knocked children confidence in front of the people who through testing by his residence, and it's also not you know not that Jerry. Addict from me because the protest is peaceful, protesters will not trying to receive this residents in the state needs. said the wall spread the information that there was some attempt to seek the? Residency so it's quite an emotional psychological reaction from him. I would say and will. Nobody. that. So it's also very strong sign that there is now readiness of from from the official from the state site for any kind of luck that you know this new to build coordination committee by Dehaan Oscar and she team is is trying to do initiate and I think everybody most notably people. In Belarus itself have been absolutely taken aback by the brutality of the reaction by the the Lauren forces to the protesters and the fact that Alexander Lukashenko was was dressed up in riot gear suggests that he doesn't have anywhere to go other than a violent approach. Yes I would also I would also expects it. You know what targeted repressions and they're ready started last week and they continued this week. So what what would serve now is definitely not base wave of unprecedented repression that we. Saw Three days and nights after the elections but still there are targeted repressions and against. Most active people are also criminal case has been initiated against the newly built coordination committee and people. People are invited to some talks with KGB officials until also people actually also bill will try to strike there actually threatened. By the direction openness of the state owned enterprises that they would lose their jobs and so on. So observe already targeted pressure on people, but this wave is still not to the tide because you know. So what international reaction was so the state drives, you know just show from the one handed, it's not ready for the data from the one hand there is the rest of. You know not not to let this protests spread. Within the country how much do you think that's what the foreign observers of said about what's been happening in Belarus for the last couple of weeks is actually forming any decision made by Alexander Lukashenko at the moment. Well I think that it will quite an important aim has been achieved ready and that we actually we have understood that he's not legitimate within the society right within the boat society and I think also problem was that he really did not understand that. Shortly after the elections or before the elections so and. Actually. I think that the reaction was not is at least that. He and his circles really have the distended. Okay. He doesn't have any majority in society, but it has not led so far to his readiness for dialogue just in the all the way he kind of supports the security structures in internal, Misteri Ministry and actually he even gave you know about three hundred medals to those who are actually responsible of for for this incident violence. So he kinds of stresses that the security two structures military is. Actually the most important pillar his powerful for now for the moment, the Steve Kerr show is joining us now he's policy and advocacy. Directorate. Freedom from torture and author of St Spirit Steve. Welcome. Thanks for joining us. Hey On monocle twenty, four Olga a moment ago mentioned the fact that the secret police is still called the KGB I mean, what does that say about the level of influence at Russia's still has in terms of the way that Belarus's going and whether Russia just going to sit this out. Yes I mean I either it reflects influence of Russia, which is August is certainly, very great or it's just almost bizarre retro element to to better under Lukashenko. He doesn't mind thinking in those terms I think it is going to be. So Russia will certainly be an important factor and but at the same time Mosca really doesn't want to be. Getting, further involved in in a very direct since that's going to be difficult for Russia as well. So I think that Lucas. Is playing a very difficult game. If he was giving small confessions, I think he might have some a little bit more success in some homage to blunt things but so far at least the violence has had absolutely opposite effective people become more and more angry the fear obviously quite rightly the last Sunday was absolutely crucial. I would argue that the US huge threats of on ahead of Sunday hoping that people. Would back off and stay at home and actually it was a big rally than ever. So not particular face off. There's no question that Lukashenko loss what happens next we'll still see I'll steve has suggested that Sunday was a pivotal moment some people waiting for what is described as a tipping point when an event causes things to go one way or the other would you say that Sunday was part of that? Tipping Point. Demon this Sunday last Sunday. To Sunday. The Sunday. Just gone when tens of thousands of people came out onto the streets to set by a threat the first Sunday directly after the elections. Yes. I it just completely I mean people never any. Okay. What we're talking about batteries and Ballard who's says, Chris it's not the first Sunday that actions pulses side will have to admit that it also not to the extent that people actually being tortured eating the prisons will have also. took a beast fag, but it's for the first very time that such vast majority of people. So it with their own is is of their families or friends in stone. So you can imagine how many are nets were the strategy when they're where our seven seven thousand arrests. So it's it's quite a big part of the country said it's really I would agree it had an opposite effect and it's also for the first time that you know this special. GRANITZ or gas or a also rubber bullets on there were actually used against own population. It never existed in the history of Belarus in October election protests, people widget shocked and I think it was a shock from the both sides because the state net expected to such mass protest before also before three weeks before the elections would be solved by. About two to five or even six percent of local population came to to railways with Hannele. It's also unprecedented thing was kind of shock from both sides and of course, people people were also by this eighty percent because nobody really believes that anymore I mean. People also really did not quite believe that before I, would say people heading out some kind of feeling that president steelhead had a majority maybe not eighty percent maybe fifty five, maybe sixty but this feeling was there and this style with completely different. So quiet in Jersey, you know quite a big part even I think I would say the majority of people just didn't believe that he actually has any kind of fifty plus and that was the problem that we still have this eighty percents I think people would just. People were just humiliated by that of course, activate shortly afterwards by this unprecedented wave refreshing stave when we look to the further history of batteries, which is being written right now when considering what sort the former eastern bloc countries of have seen in the last three decades. When regime ends, it's generally quite a peaceful affair actually the deleted. is of removed from office. This is unlikely to happen here. Isn't it? Well, I mean, sometimes it has been an sometimes it hasn't been. So when I was a journalist working for the independent, I was the East Europe during the eighty nine revolutions and also join me the fall of Milosevic Milosevic in Serbia and cover dot and there a number of those leaders were ready to use very significant violence and what I'm fascinated by very moved by what was seeing with the courage. A better as protesters today is to see that they are defined vence in the same ways that work very effectively for example, in East Germany where people were threatened with extraordinary for someone particular day in Leipzig in. October nineteen eighty-nine the fact that so many people came out meant regime which had publicly declared its loyalty to force actually back down in Romania I very much. Hope it weren't turn into remain, but we do already see that there are splits within Belarus at the riot police remain loyal. The moment we've seen a number of police units splits off. We've seen a lot of establishment figures putting off in the same way as also does something happened in in Ukraine and the Orange Revolution, and once you see security forces a different security forces splitting away going like enough already as August said, I mean the eighty percent. Claim was was absurdly insulin and the degree of the virus even Grayson seen before and I think this is really interesting. It might end up in huge volumes but I think Lukashenka would lose very very badly that to happen I think it's a regional issue. How if you like bluntly how crazy you are Milosevic. For example, he survived on one occasion ninety seven by giving some concessions and then re clamping down and people just got tired and went back when you use real violence I think it's really difficult. It was a great book written by Richard couple the Polish off I was written about the Iranian revolution. Charlotte. Charlotte's but very much reflected his own country Poland which forty years ago. This month solidarity kind of a huge opposition movement didn't call itself opposition challenge the regime and unthinkable circumstances laying Brezhnev for the very reactionary Russian leader was still in power. They managed to become successful and he said the moment where people stand in front of eastern threatens violence, the pre curry signing backstops, and instead someone stands there and doesn't back down he said, this is where the revolution begins, and after that in effect is the exact the precipice. If you're to violence, you make people more angry if you start making concessions than people go. We have lost our fear and in a sense the certain moment difficult to prediction events but describable. There is no way back to the regime and it still seems a little bit early to say but I think it's very, very difficult to see how Lukashenko come back from this. If he steps back more gently than, of course, it will be peaceful. The protests have been fun tastic peaceful and very, very consciously so far the extended even cleaning up rubbish because I really vary consciously very civic. Minded. So he might just go off and disappear off to Russia for example, and as it will live happily ever after but he tries to bring out all of the guns. Then I think you know all bets are off but I don't think it was a good ending for him whichever way it goes Steve Crozier and Elga agenda over there. Thank you for joining us on monocle twenty four.
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
A Little History- Based On A True Story
"They were talking about. Songs that are based on true stories. And, What's interesting about this subject? Is that a lot of times? When you see a movie that says based on a true story, it literally might have one aspect of an event that they base it on, but when it's the song, it's actually a it seems like it's more valid. There's more. There's less at stake. That film. And there's more accuracy than movies claim to be sometimes. So. We're covering I. Think they're seven songs here I realize you probably left went out and he did it on purpose. Which one would be the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon. Lightfoot Never bring that up in polite society, his based on a true event. It is one of the worst songs and don't get me wrong. I like Gordon Life. She said it. You heard it here. I like Gordon. Lightfoot care that song is. What are the worst songs ever anyway? please understand with some of these things like my very first one. There's literally no way I can tell you the entire story, so I'm having to kind of give you guys the abridged version, and so please forgive me for that, because the first one is waiting for the worms by Pink Floyd, which is about the Nazi death camps of the Holocaust. So right like starting right off the bat. There is literally no way in a single episode of a podcast. Can I explain to you the Nazi Holocaust? But what I will say is that there was this war called World War Two. In the thirties and the forties as we all know guys there. There's mass extermination and for years Jewish people and other other people like the Romani Gypsies. Homosexuals were sent to forced labor camps. And Ghettos and then this thirties in Europe, a yeah, and in nineteen, forty two, they were actually deported to extermination camps, or or other kind of forced labour camps, whereas like Auschwitz was was. A labor camp and the death camp we were there on. Didn't go on our honeymoon, but we went to. Visit Europe we went to Poland actually. Yeah, it was It was one of the most important things that I feel like I. Ever made us do I'm sorry, we. We were in. Leipzig, Germany for our son's graduation and. We decided that since we were so close to Poland, which was about? It's about a six hour drive. Didn't turn out to be. Another story altogether. There's like one road to Poland. But we we rented a car. We drove to Poland. And we went to Auschwitz and. It, if you ever have the opportunity to go experience at, please do because it's one of the most important things you can do is to just be in that space and exist in that space. And just close your eyes and just feel. And it was one of the most. I hate touching. But it was one those moments where I could feel the past. Choking me. And it's overwhelming. It's incredibly overwhelming and. Just, the the the size the scope the scale that they did things on. Were saying and it was a machine. And so. Auschwitz had. A cyclone be they would lead people into the gas chambers. Drop the cyclone being and. I think it would take maybe seven minutes, and then they would just go in clear the bodies. And put them into the. The furnaces and they're six camps that were purely extermination camps, and trebling was one of them that they didn't actually think. Treblinka existed because they had before. It, they had a chance to liberate. The literally tore everything down and planted trees. And they didn't think that it existed, but they found infrastructure like in the ground, and then they found mass. Graves and things like that well speaking of research on the Second World War the series. Band of brothers is probably at the top of things to see and my gosh episode I'm going to site. Is your favorite episode nine why we fight his capture, the discovery of this and the meaning of what it was, and they do a great job of sort of keeping in that time-frame, instead of looking back with the knowledge that we have now just imagine. Coming out of the woods in finding this. Cluster of buildings and there's barbed wire, and there's people and you're not sure what it is and I think they just did a masterful job catching the how these soldiers fell when they when they stumbled across this camp. Yeah,
Johann Sebastian Bach 1: About Johann Sebastian Bach
"One of your parents doctor or lawyer and maybe as far back as they can remember everyone in their family has gone into the same profession while that's how it was with the Bach family all of them were musicians Johann. That's German for John. Sebastian Bach was born in sixteen eighty. Five in the German town of is enough. His father was the official town musician. There by the time was ten. Both his parents had died so he went to live with his older brother. Who was also a musician? Of course Johann Sebastian. Bach turned out to have very fleet fingers. He played a mean violin and by the time he was eighteen. He had a job as an organist. Bach held three main jobs over the course of his life. You can tell where he was working by. What kind of music? He wrote the first box. Big Jobs was official. Court organist for the Duke of Weimar so a lot of box great organ. Music comes from early on in his career. That Weimar job also had box serving as concert master. The head Honcho violinist of the Duke's orchestra when the Duke of Weimar decided not to make him conductor of the Orchestra. Bach was pretty unhappy. Then a visiting prince offered a job directing his orchestra but when Bach tried to quit his job in Weimar. The dukes said no way he even threw in jail for a month to try and make its point but it didn't work when Bach got out of jail. He headed straight to the town of curtain to work for the prince the prince had a wonderful orchestra so Bach wrote lots of instrumental music. While he was in curtain eventually balk moved onto his last job at the Saint. Thomas Lutheran Church. In the city of Leipzig. His title was cantor. That's what they called the choir and music director and it was a huge job box trained singers organized music for several churches in town and for the University of Leipzig and he composed new music every week for services at the Saint Thomas Church most of Bach's great choral music was written in Leipzig the choir at the Saint Thomas. Church still performs box music every week. One of the coolest things I ever got to do was sit in the church where Bach worked and listen to the choir sing. His music while Bach was alive. No one outside the towns in Germany where he worked had heard of him and people thought of him as just another working musician after he died people pretty much forgot about him until a century later when another composer Felix Mendelssohn dug out some of Bach's music and performed it after that the whole world recognized what a genius had been and Faulk may even be recognized beyond this world in nineteen seventy seven scientists sent the unmanned voyager spacecraft off to explore the galaxy. They put examples of the best that planet Earth had to offer on board and one of those examples was a recording of Johann Sebastian box. Brandenburg Concerto number.
"leipzig." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And that these micro aggressions and more overt explicit aggressions occur on a routine basis and so it takes courage on my part in my stomach even feels funny when I say that to be really honest about my lived experience as a woman you know the invitation hopefully is that men can have the stamina to listen to our experiences in equal measure to the way that we haven't toured those experiences and when I talk with men who are honest and vulnerable enough to express their discomfort it's not a competition to say oh good you're uncomfortable why I've been uncomfortable for a long time it's about empathy and shared understanding I recently spoke at the international school in Leipzig Germany and it was very interesting that the girls were crying because of the street harassment they experience this young woman shared that she saw a woman being harassed at a tram stop and all these people stood there and watched and she was the one who walked over and disrupted it and when she did the perpetrator then followed her from car to car in the trams and then followed her home and so the girls are already experiencing gendered violence and interestingly the boys asked more questions than girls which is consistent with the data when kids get to high school and so I said Hey I want to be conscious and intentional here I've called on about five or six boys in a row it's like calling a girl and this boy shouted at me that's sexist and I said well let's talk about that and it was interesting to experience a little microcosm of what we might call the backlash but as long as we stay in dialogue with each other and we have the spaciousness to hold complexity and to hold paradox and to allow for everyone to be exactly where they are in their evolution of this journey then we're going to get there together actually there must be people who say okay I hear you you know you're you're you're having this empathetic conversations with people but like why why should they get our empathy systems of power don't change easily and those with power are generally reluctant to let it go but I can sit with those with whom I differ with dignity and respect even as I oppose everything about the way their thinking and I don't know that I can explain that it's just the way that I'm walking in my life right now you know someone asked me how I could forgive Harvey Weinstein and I said because I do it for myself it's no favor to him I do it for my own peace of mind to cut the string of resentment.
Leverkusen beat Dortmund
"Imagine. Imagine the Bundesliga on Saturday and entertaining one as well fifth-place Leverkusen hosting third-place Dortmund John Making his first start for Dortmund the twentieth minute Leverkusen's strikes. I Kevin Volant Shiva punish filings all over the show. He's on site. I look at us for the funny spot. Plastic game was back and forth. Just two minutes later. Matt's homeless that our night service to the near post talking with a free run at the ball great headed to the far post. One one saw him at the top of the highlight. You'll see again here thirty second minute. Amre Giancarlo Giancarlo. I mean what field things techy spot and then delivers I mean. Look at the wet. A top corner no keeper. Courtesy Dies Dortmund up to one heading to the half hold on a second volun- again due to good service to the fire. Pose a little long walls full bag to a dangerous area. Queen contact contact through the legs of the defender to Jaden Sancho in the fifty. Second Minute GonNA score however I don't know if you guys have heard of this this this thing called VR all. Yeah we're going way back and the guy who actually gets in trouble here too you know Lonnie Raina youngster for foul. How earlier in the build-up still two fifty eight rain and trying to atone and Lucas Reinecke to say deflation Mueller. That makes it hard for the sixty third ave it's off. The Post goalkeepers going far pose no closer to the near post but not so much and finally just minutes after that a breakthrough through the ghetto. Nice Low Baltim-. He's angle bookkeeper look seven of living covered but he flashy bomb coma. Dortmund out three to less than half an hour to play what could go wrong. Well Here's a start the on on daily. How about that fool finish finish by Liam Bailey by the defending where the center bikes? It's so easily broken as by the lines at ball through nobody picking up the tagging player sliding challenge this talent up through the fetal Liam Bailey. Three things go from bad to worse Sir door in just a minute later bars bender. Four three Leverkusen support was through settling Pitkin Bender Bahia tax it and said glancing header off the pools last chance here for dorm and ninetieth over the bar. No no no no no. I'm not sure why he's jumping is in anti position. He's wide open. All yes they do put his head on and he jumps amid. Stein's it for three Leverkusen. Big Win for Leverkusen Dortmund missing out on a chance to he'd been touching distance with the top. Two nobody in Munich and Leipzig will meet tomorrow tomorrow. In unit now Dortmund's recent results have been exciting however they have been scoring and shipping some goals of late there. We see it And then the four conceded against Leverkusen today of course Dortmund going to face off against a PS G in the Champions League. Frank Michael Booth with us now Frank if you're fan you've got to be loving what you're seeing from Dortmund's defense. Yeah maybe but nobody nobody. Nobody
"leipzig." Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Press conference this morning democratic leaders in the White House are expected announce articles of abuse of power in obstruction of Congress against the president we will keep you up to date on that as it happens if you notice any weird bugs in your house lately they might be a reason for that it could have his to write on your Christmas tree now yeah if you get a real three this year take a close look around the branches make sure they aren't there are bugs crawling around in their war little white eggs on the branches most a tree Leipzig their trees remove any bugs of those loose needles but not always look the eggs can still be on there no matter if they shake the tree or not the good news any bugs is probably fine won't be dangerous for example takes don't hang out on trees and they don't lay their eggs there either but if you do find more than a few bugs the best thing to do is backing them up if it's a lot of bugs you might need if there is a tree out the good news is the good news there is good news the bugs that live in evergreens tend to stay there so they probably won't stray far from the tree and spread into our house plants one thing they never use bug spray injury because it's flammable yeah a good tip yeah it sticks to the branches in needles and make sure to even a bigger fire hazards of even the heat from your Christmas lights if you spray it with bug spray could spark a fire kind of make you think about fire what I know you're anti fire me now in the house yeah look I like fire don't but I prefer it outside yeah but this is really making the case for tree in the boxes in it yes yeah definitely the guy I could get in real Christmas trees when my girls moved out it's just me and Cindy you know come on at some point I will probably get a real Christmas leads yeah when your kids are older dance like a cell certain mixture of sugar and water and you have one cat yes but the fake tree the without real tree for some reason it tracks Agnew yeah I don't know what it is yeah I exactly what we had kids we used to have a real trees all the time and I love the whole the whole thing about going out and getting the tree and all that but not on the car and truck sales easy but but I mean now that I don't have kids at home anymore it's just me and Cindy so we got the one where you just plug it in the lights come on and everything is great I consider that a vast minutes really expensive I've been pricing those trees like a Costco or or a lot of lows in there like three hundred Bucks away already cut yes please get it today after Christmas yeah that's the time to do it you can get it for almost like half off sometimes more than that but I'm over it already I know this is the time to do it that is the time to do it I'm telling you that's the key right there yeah just go after Christmas and you'll get a deal on because they want to get rid of him okay all right more on the impeachment are the articles impeachment there will be out today and the volcano in New Zealand they have a story that is every day is a new day on the radio I don't know what's happening in the morning in the weather and traffic news radio twelve hundred bathroom falls very serious issue for the sixty five and older crowd one in three seniors is gonna fall this year eighty percent of those are going to happen in the bathroom I'm Charlie Parker and I know a lot of you very concerned about staying in your home as long as possible call my friends at safe showers save showers build and sell the safest walk in shower on the market and for less and they look great just a.
The East German punks who helped bring down the Berlin Wall
"Berlin Wall. Couldn't keep all Western culture out. And it couldn't keep old East berliners down inspired by the music born over the wall by radio radio stations in West Berlin. A spirited and resourceful punk rock scene flourished in the city's east to more author of burning down the House that's H. Cia. US punk rock revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall joins me to countdown his East German punk rock top five tim first of all before we stopped. Stop playing the songs. How did punk rock find? Its Way to East Germany. You could pick up western radio almost the entire country of Germany and so everybody talks about the first time they heard the pistols usually on KNBR forces radio or BBC and that was just a moment that changed people's lives. It was so different from anything that ever heard. NFL Ika switches me sore inside them. How soon did it take root the first hearings that people had of the sex pistols? So I'm guessing this is seventy six seventy seven. How quickly did jump the fence? The first punk in East Berlin was a fifteen year old. A girl who went by the name major and that was September nineteen seventy seven and within less than a year. She already had thirty five opened on her and she was labeled enemy of the state and in her case case. That led to constant attainments interrogation and despite that a senior rounder. They wait until she turned eighteen and they arrested or tried her put in jail offer year and Stacey prison and that she slept with what's called the Berlin fabled meaning that when she got out of prison they took her mmediately to a textile facility in the middle of nowhere and she was expected to work there for the next next five years. And be sort of politically rehabilitated. And would not see your family or friends. She ran away almost immediately. Back to East Berlin was rearrested put back and Stacey prison for eighteen months and then at the end of that term ex patriot. Meaning they to ship off the West Germany to Take care of problem. This first strike is called. MFS which is the determine initials for the Ministry for State Security which is the study by benkhaled nominal since from nineteen eighty to about four or five years after ground zero of companies Germany. You can kind of see how the Stasi on GonNa go for conquer. Well they also make a direct comparison between the dossier and Hitler's S S which did not overrule on an explicitly. Anti Fascist in the music was their tool that is just how they fought dictatorships of the music. Wasn't they weren't trying to be tickly. Artful I don't think it was all about the message. And whereas other activists groups had a more reformist approach let's change Environmental regulations are some of the legal system. The punks just said screw. The system was bringing down and that was a really powerful message especially for bringing you to their costs. One of the interesting things about normalises day ended ended up going to prison for almost two years for their lyrics in nineteen ninety-three and I think what happened to them. During that process shows why the scene became so important as far as being a significant it can force in the revolution. They constantly were offered to go to the West. When they're in jail the wooden really rather just go to the west and the member the kept saying no? We're GONNA stay here and fight because that was quite coleman wave dispensing with troublemakers. Wasn't yeah exactly but two punks mostly rejected that and they insisted that they can stay and fight. And I think that basically the big Goan in in a place like East Germany was what happens when you run afoul of the secret police. The Sasi and the punks did that experiment. And what they proved was in going through the jail terms going through the payments going through interogations the blacklisting from jobs in schools the conscription into army units specialising political reeducation and the fact that they came back and kept fighting. That was a game changing revelation. Because it showed that you could resist and survive and that's deal the resolve of a lot of the opposition minded people within the country in that in turn allowed the protest move out into the streets worker then snowball into the big mass protests that we know from eighty nine. Let's move along out to sean climate. At what point to divide join the revolution. They're very early. Bantu and there are unique because they come from a little farm town in the south of East Germany and end and yet they became if anything. It's not really a star type culture but there was closest star system. We're in the eastern or Pengzi. How big was it possible to get? I'm guessing terrifically it couldn't record you couldn't play except in churches and get on the radio so yeah it was very limited seen it first and everything had to be done very personally. So you couldn't do mail wasn't security consent flyers for shows. The phones weren't security. Couldn't call friends say you're doing a Gig so it all had to be done through what they call the whisper network person to person. We're doing a GIG. And he told that friend Ephron told another friend but by eighty three they were getting concerts in the thousands. And that's when the stuff you really crackdown but Shaun calm created in nineteen eighty-four after they had some the trouble with this dossier has resulted crackdown. They created the song called clue which means sort of like the tomboys the people that get beaten by the police and it has a line in there. We are the people. We are power and punks from Leipzig claim that that is the source of the chant. That became the sort of signature chant during the marches of eighty nine lexus. which was the people? The
Pompeo to visit US troops in Germany, meets leaders
"Secretary of state Pompeii will visit five German cities including one that's the home to a US army base where he served as a tank commander in the nineteen eighties in Berlin he will deliver a speech which according to the state department will highlight America's role in helping eastern and central Europe throw off the yoke of communism he will start with a visit to the site of the attack on a synagogue and a whole lot and then the city of Leipzig web mass protests set the ball rolling which led to the collapse of the Berlin Wall on November ninth nineteen eighty nine I'm Charles to that spot
Livestreaming site Twitch: Video showing shooting near German synagogue that killed 2 was streamed on its site
"Escape and two people are dead several others are injured following an attack near a German synagogue on Yom Kippur a man wearing camouflage opened fire into the synagogue in the city of Leipzig drove off in a car A. B. C.'s Tom rivers has details according to the site Intel group which monitors extremist activity a forty five minute video was filmed from the shooters had mounted camera and posted on a video game site it shows footage of the ammunition in shooting the gunman says in English prior to the attack that the root of all problems are the
"leipzig." Discussed on KCRW
"Week. I happened to be in Leipzig at the opening of the book fair in Leipzig. And I was told it was going to be seated in the front road. I was warned that it was going to be a long evening because they were gonna be five political speeches before the writers got to speak and your heart sank, my heart. Hang. Because I just flew. I'm going to fall asleep in the front row. And. And then these these people started going up and each one of them gave a speech that was substantive. There was urgent. They all talked about things that were clearly on everybody's mind like the crisis of the European project and the rise of the of the populist right in Europe and the importance of the written word in the storytelling at a time. Like this. I thought oh my God. These people are speaking and their dressing, the public sphere is though it mattered and didn't that used to happen. In the United States just fairly recently. And you know, I'm not I'm not claiming that we were living in democratic paradise. And then all of a sudden, Donald Trump came, and and broke or toys. I mean, I think they're political conversation has been into climb for quite some time. But I think there's a kind of leap into the abyss that somehow we missed. But but hang on. Really? I mean, how much ink was spilled and pixels created an even broadcast discussion about the authoritarian nature of Donald Trump about the many Baraka crissy's that he's degraded in reactionary direction about his effect on climate change or or any number of issues where we really ignore these. No, I don't think we've ignored them. I think I've seen this movie before and shoot meaning. Meaning the the the sort of the degradation of politics in Russia were here in Russia. Yeah. And and I think what happens is that you get very scared because something happens, and then, you know, the sun rises the next day. That's what. Boiling frog is the boiling frog syndrome. But you know, but we all of us are participants in this process. And I think my dream is that instead of writing an ongoing story about the Mueller investigation that consists of connecting the dots on a daily basis and trying to put together leaks on a daily basis. I wish we were writing this story on a daily basis. What I think is missing is an ongoing narrative, it's a much harder narrative to construct. I don't know how you make it interesting on a daily basis. Susan, well, I mean, look I'm very sympathetic on on the one hand to the idea that. There has been this almost a feeling of like, this is some kind of crazy bad dream. This is an American politics. You know, many people when you talk to them, right? They they are typically this idea like every morning, I have to wake up and check myself. You know is this really happening in America. So I understand that. There isn't wasn't element of assertive Muller redemption fantasy. But if you actually look at the coverage that is not really what was at the heart of the very good. I think and very important reporting on this. I think that we have been covering this as an ongoing unrolling of Trump's challenges to our core institutions in into, you know, essentially, basic norms of democracy, right? I mean that is the ongoing daily trauma of the Trump presidency. And because the Muller investigation was mostly in secret. In fact, it wasn't that we were covering say public hearings, Allah Aramco. Contract in lieu of covering those daily extraordinary things from Trump. I do think that we are accommodating ourselves to extrordinary changes in our political system that are more significant than people like to believe in many ways, I find as worrisome the current notion. Well, our institutions have held you know, it'll snap back whenever he leaves. I find that narrative as worrisome as the kind of Muller's going to save us narrative, which which I actually think is a little bit of a straw, man. Susan Glasser and Masha Gessen both staff writers at the New Yorker. You can.
"leipzig." Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"In from New York my ad good morning. Welcome to coast to coast AM. Good morning, gentlemen. Very very interesting program. I have a reporter. And then I wanna tune in to have to do the internet and New York tonight to listen, I Andrew. I want you to travel by the origin of the name, Denise Denisa, vans, and also the spelling, and Secondly, I'd like to know I believe if I'm correct that Neanderthal only show up in a small percentage in the European and Asian population. If you could give some undestanding of that where they fit in how and when as to the at and how it fits into your overall view. And lastly shaven Quayle has also been dealing with the giants. I'd like to know if you're familiar with his work. I have a book with the cover is. It's just unbelievable in terms of an example. I wanted a James and whether you've looked at. His work. And how you look at it. Whether it died, or whether he has that particular piece, how would you analyze his work in in conjunction with yours? And if you have my questions and Andrew out turn on the internet, and I listened to your responses. All right, Andrew questions. Firstly? I I'll be honest. A lotta aware of Stephen Carl's work sense. Interesting. I'll look into it. Obviously, you sent me a link call that they towels, but are there are a number of books, obviously on the the giants of America, particularly associated with John skeleton, something my colleague, Greg literalist out a lot of work on my colleagues to know men Kim fair rough Hamilton, you know, very solid people does some really sterling work to recalled literally thousands of accounts of the discount for all John skeletons in nights of American context. Great books out there. This time. But coming onto to the quite specific like I mean, he's obviously tight can from the that's the Denisova car that actually comes from I- hermit who occupy that cave in the eighteenth century code Dennis Dennis and from that the type good nine Dennissova and the correct pronunciation, and obviously there are two wiser pronouncing it the certain you've come into popular tradition, but the original and the correct way of pronouncing Denisovans east. I thought just say Denise opens the Nissen's. This was what was decided by the the the the the the geneticists at the Max Planck institutes all physical anthropology at Leipzig in Germany when night. I realized the uniqueness of the the genome of this particular. Yeah. Bite found in KYW. So they couldn't Denisovans bicycling. But see some of my colleagues your call him. Dennis fans is I think wrong with it's like tomato tomato is. Now the end of the day, that's fine. As to the relationship off the DNA. Now there is no discipline in European the Europeans have anything all the finish PayPal. And that's because of their background in I shop to six to seven percent of Finnish comes across from and Aisha via the top of the euro mountains, which defied Europe from Isha many different populations from central Aisha. Going into eastern, I share in China, for instance, Japan Vietnam, compiled places like this have up to five to six percents Denisovans deny that definitely shows us the the the hybrid descendants of the mostly moved in the east in other words as coming out of Africa man, count this events whilst into bread with them. They continued the journey escorts. So that's fine. But a far as the meander. Oh, yes. Most people that came out Africa. I would say people that came out of Africa from two hundred thousand years ago through until about thirty thousand years ago. Gained neanderthal. DNA that is still within us to die. That's up to to percents as far as Africa itself. Son. This is where the events began as this other much earlier type of human nine is home, my heart open Jancis when they're buying a found in Africa. Anything up to seven seven and a half fake toe. They would seem to have been the precursors off Denisovans. In fact, there is even a possibility that the Denisovans are high my heart open. When we I know about them they were also in Europe, by the way, we I know about them from jaw that was found at Heidelberg in Germany in nineteen ninety nine seven months. All right. Place called mala. And this joy is absolutely massive the tasting it, a massive, and they match very well, the soy's off.
"leipzig." Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. Garrick Phillip Telemann father was a minister his father's father was a minister his mother's father was a minister guess what he was supposed to be. When he grew up. Philip that's German for George Phillip Telemann was born in Montebourg Germany in sixteen eighty one after his father died when Telam was four his mother did her best to make sure that both her sons became ministers, but she could tell that the younger one. Geico, Philip was really interested in music as a kid he took organ lessons and also learned a few other instruments, and he taught himself to compose. To make sure that Telemann didn't get too serious about music. His mother sent him to studying Latin Greek and science with an old friend of his father's what she didn't know was that this man, also loved music, he realized how talented Telam on was and encouraged him to pursue music. And he also showed Telemann how music and math were related. When Tim on headed off to the university of Leipzig. He was supposed to forget about music. He left all his instruments at home. But some how one of his compositions a setting of psalm got packed in his trunk telephones. Roommate who brought all kinds of instruments with him loved music, but tell him on never let on that. He was a musician until some how his roommate accidentally discovered the stowaway composition in telomere trunk and arrange to have it performed in church. The mayor of Leipzig heard it and ask talamante keep on composing a new piece every two weeks for Leipzig's famous Saint Thomas church. All of a sudden tell him on was getting paid to be a composer. So he wrote his mother to say that he was making a good living as a musician, and she finally gave her blessing to his career tell him on wound up being very successful. He gets credit for writing more pieces of music than any other classical composer. Also wrote something besides music, most composers don't even come out with one autobiography Telemann wrote three Phillip Telemann, loved new things musical. And otherwise the newest thing in use it back then was opera so Telemann wrote some of those two. For a while. Tell them on was court composer to account who lived in Poland. And that's where he discovered polish folk instruments. He liked them so much that he imitated them in one of his concertos. Eventually tell him on that tired of working for nobility and decided to become using director for a big city. Instead, I he went to Frankfurt where he composed for churches conducted concerts and taught his last job was as music director to the city of Humboldt a very important port when they celebrated the one hundred anniversary of humbugs admiralty, the office in charge of sea trade Telemann wrote a special suite for the occasion. In that piece. Tell him on imitated a storm at sea something people in Hamburg knew a lot about another piece of Telemann the Ulster suite is named for a river that flows through Humboldt tell him on. Put sounds made by some of the animals. You must have heard near the river into the sweet frauds and crows. Tell him on was famous and appreciated in his day. Pretty unusual. Tell him on was one of the major composers of the baroque era next week on classics for kids. We'll have a special guest to tell you what baroque music is. And how to know it when you hear it. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at W G UC Cincinnati, please join me next time for more classics for kids.
Soccer: Predictions for Tops Leagues
"All right. I have five predictions that I would put any money on going through them. Number one, arson van Gurley, managing Real Madrid. By the end of the. Season. I love it that amazing. That was a disaster. The Lou Libre thing was a death disaster from when it started their underlying numbers really bad, doesn't seem like he's gonna last. Their vendor has talked about Real Madrid in the past. You know, who else are they gonna hire at this point. So count on that number two. Get ready for the red bull treble as I'm calling it with New York, red bulls, winning the MLS Rb Leipzig who I'm considering part of red bull, even though the club does not like to be called red bull winning the Bundesliga. And Rb Salzburg, winning Europa league. I love that one too. I know I have. I don't have the best reputation for, you know, actually carrying out the bets. But if that happens, Mike Nye or going to one shot, a tall can rebel live on air. I cannot wait for that. I'll I'll say eulogies. Number three, less surprising. Frankie diong and I ex will make a run to the Champions League, semi finals. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, I XE champions. Are they even gonna get out of their their first in their group right now tied Byron. Wow. Okay. Semi-final they've got Totic guys. Legend. Number four. This one pains me Manchester City's gonna win the Premier League Champions League, double the seer. Bets. That's verse jinx shit. I learned from the best put the bay. From the top. City, wait till man, city wins the double not a trouble or could Rupel. I just don't think they're gonna care enough about fake up. Fair point. They are defending care about Cup champions though. Maybe they get the Jack Trevor treble with the character. Treble whomever had the FA Cup Europe or UEFA Cup and Carling Cup shrivel. That was dope. Number five, the soft treble number five. My most most bold.
German cities could ban some diesel cars after court ruling
"Of court has ruled that its legal for cities to pan diesel 'cause the federal administrative court in luxy says germany's states cities and communities have the right to impose diesel bands to control air pollution without federal legislation sonja gene as the head of de w's environment geskin joins me sonia can you explain what the court's decision actually entails so the administrative court in leipzig has just made a general decision on whether or not diesel bands can be imposed by municipalities and the back on on that is that stood guard and dusseldorf two big german cities had tried to reduce air pollution by imposing or wanting to impose some of these driving bans and the state so north rhinewestphalia and badenwuerttemberg opposed this and the the state and the federal government's really are trying to avoid these diesel bounce and so they brought this to the administrative court and now the administrative court has released this muchanticipated ruling which basically will allow german cities to impose diesel bands but the diesel bans are also quite restrictive that they've allowed so cities within six months half to come up with a plan to reduce their air pollution it can include diesel bands but very specifically this euro four as kind of the oldest and the dirtiest dieselcar standard is the one that can be banned first than in two thousand nineteen the euro five which is the kind of the next step of car and maybe eventually euro six which is the most recent other signs at the moment that specific cities are going to follow up on this immediately well it's likely that cities that brought this case will impose diesel bounce stood guard as we know has serious air pollution problems it among the seventy cities in germany that routinely have emissions of this pollutant that's harmful for human health above the standard that is allowed by the eu so this is one way in which the cities are trying to get a handle on the air pollution problem well as you mentioned the the government both the federal government and the state governments have opposed these bans building is under pressure from the eu to do more to combat air pollution so what other options on their them the back on on that is a germany is one of nine eu countries where routinely the emissions levels are above what's allowed in the eu and in order to tackle that bans.