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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas

Classics for Kids

03:58 min | 2 months ago

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas

"The flight of the Bumblebee has become much more famous than the opera for which Nikolai Ski Korsakov routed today. Bits of other Russian operas that have become better known in the concert hall then on the Opera Stage they call Me Kyle. Glinka the father of Russian classical music you hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla but you hear the overture. All the time well at least loosely. Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre asked four different composers to collaborate writing combination. Opera Ballet. That Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a melodic of own. That Lotte lasted all of six performances. Malaga is a funny title. Sergei PROKOFIEV program called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess? He loves inside. An orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky. Called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana falls in love with gene on Yagan. But he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else. The two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his office part of Modesto Missouri Skis Opera. Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish Vance the pullen his another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra. Dean. Borodino was a professor of chemistry. Who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured. While fighting the pile-up Ziems the best known. Part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prints e core by singing. Dancing Borodino died before he could finish prince eager but two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai. Rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of our Sultan. The opera for which he wrote

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"ludmilla" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast

Consumer Watchdog Podcast

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast

"One and thanks for joining the rage for justice report with consumer watchdog. I'm your host Carmen. Bulgur the executive director of consumer watchdog. And today today we have some guests that I've known for a while. Who are all incredibly strong patient advocates We have Michelle Montserrat Surat Ramos. Who is a patient advocate here consumer watchdog and has been for many many years before she joined our team? And Mario Goose Mon and Ludmilla Harada. Who are San Jose residents and patient advocates? Who are here to talk with us about Their own corona virus scare. Welcome to the show. Mario and Ludmilla off. Thank you and welcome Michelle. Thank you so okay. So let me just Let me just preface our conversation with Mario and Ludmilla with the fact that They live in San Jose. That's in the middle of California's largest Corona Virus Hotspot Santa Clara County Everyone up there is now under a sweeping shelter in place order. Our they can only leave their homes for Essential Work of food etc. But Mario and Ludmilla were self quarantined or earlier because of a corona virus scare after Mario started showing concerning symptoms And I have known them all since back in twenty thirteen because of a different medical crisis. they went through. That really changed their lives forever. So maybe maybe Mario you can. You can start by telling us about The medical negligence that you experienced That made this corona virus scare even that much harder for your family. Yes of course Unfortunately on thousand thirteen. I thought I was getting sick and run. Fevers on his uncle. Wednesay Dog Kaiser and I get the Kelly. Misdiagnose me they tell. You probably have been shown in my sprained ankle but I guess the first the first hand.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Seven thirty one there is now a coronavirus case in far Rockaway at Saint John's episcopal hospital which makes a total of eighty nine cases in New York state the bulk of which are tied to a lawyer from new Rochelle the number is now up to seventy in Westchester alone with eleven in New York City for in Nassau into in Rockland governor Cuomo says new York's relationship with the CDC remains problematic I believe the C. D. solely CDC was caught flat footed I believe they're slow in their response and I believe they're slowing down the state we needed CDC approval for a lot of these things so first we could only use the CDC we can only send test to the CDC we then implored them to allow the state to do its own testing finally they allowed the state to do some testing it became clear that we needed more capacity than just the state tests performed at a state laboratory so we have to allow us to contract without commercial laboratories that took a long time to get that approval we now have the approval for the outside laboratory contractors the next hurdle is something called automated testing which is done by robotics and it's much faster governor Cuomo has declared a state of emergency for people in New Jersey have now tested positive for the coronavirus covert nineteen three of them are from Bergen county the other a man in his sixties from Camden County is in stable condition at Jefferson health in cherry hill health commissioner Judith pursue chili gave an update this afternoon the general recommendation elderly indoor vulnerable individuals in addition to practicing respiratory etiquette and marking their hands frequently during the day and monitoring their own health should limit exposure of mass gatherings one of the New Jersey cases related to the outbreak in Westchester a person attending C. pack the conservative political action conference has tested positive for covert nineteen the patient was exposed to the corona virus before attending the conference and was tested for the disease at a New Jersey hospital where that person is currently quarantined the American conservative union says the patient did not have any contact with either president trump or vice president pence and never attended events in the main hall the organization invites anyone with concerns to contact them directly or get in touch with the department of health for the state of Maryland which is where the conference was held Amtrak is canceling its nonstop trains from New York to Washington blaming reduced demand due to the coronavirus WCBS to Steve burns has more it is three trains each weekday nonstop Acela service between New York and Washington that Amtrak is canceling through late may thanks to reduce demand other Acela Amtrak service remains on the schedule though Amtrak says more cancellations could be on the way more than just passenger demand dropping its business passenger demand dropping as corporations are restricting their employees from doing any what they would call nonessential travel CBS news travel editor Peter Greenberg says the entire industries feeling the affects whether airlines will tells cruise lines retail restaurants resorts spas and outrage he expects the fear to subside eventually we were later so we're going to realize that we can actually come out of a bunker and get back on the plane or train automobile or ship but until then there's a silver lining it's a buyer's market in the water supply demand there's just too much supply in very little demand Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty entry points to the city of Bethlehem have been closed after seven people there tested positive for the coronavirus Ludmilla Soroka who came from the Czech Republic expressed her disappointment at news of the closure I don't blame anybody because like international issue right now and they can do anything about it so.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:52 min | 5 months ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Acela trains between New York and Washington DC amid coronavirus fears from March tenth through may twenty sixth president trump announces a new chief of staff with Republican congressman mark meadows replacing new envoy to Northern Ireland bill Mick Mulvaney in sports the Mets announcer scoreless for the Yankees and pirates and the herd hurricanes and islanders and devils and Rangers face off tonight their skies and forty five degrees this Saturday March seventh good afternoon hi many to Bonita WCBS news time one thirty one there is now a corona virus case in far Rockaway at Saint John's episcopal hospital there are currently seventy six cases in New York state fifty seven of which are tied to the lawyer from new Rochelle city council member Dennis Rodriguez is among those calling on the MTA to clean all stations in underserved communities at the same rate as those in middle and upper class ones we should have more on that later meanwhile governor Cuomo says new York's relationship with the CDC remains problematic I believe the CD solely CBC was caught flat footed I believe they're slow in their response and I believe they're slowing down the state we needed CDC approval for a lot of these things so first we could only use the CDC we can only send test to the CDC we then implored them to allow the state to do its own testing finally they allowed the state to do some testing it became clear that we needed more capacity than just the state tests performed at a state laboratory so we have to allow us to contract without commercial laboratories that for took a long time to get that approval we now have the approval for the outside laboratory contractors the next hurdle is something called automated testing which is done by robotics and it's much faster governor Cuomo has declared a state of emergency for people in New Jersey have now tested positive for the coronavirus covert nineteen three of them for our from Bergen county the other a man in his sixties from Camden County is in stable condition at Jefferson health in cherry hill acting governor Sheila Oliver is currently briefing the media we will have more on this later according to reports the Xinjiang hotel in Guangzhou city collapsed at about seven thirty PM local time trapping about seventy people the hotel was being used to quarantine people who've been exposed to the coronavirus the ministry of emergency management in China says at least thirty four people have been rescued so far the exact number of people in the eighty room hotel at the time was not known since the epidemic started in late December nearly eighty one thousand people have been diagnosed with the virus in China and nearly thirty five hundred have died entry points to the city of Bethlehem of been closed after seven people there tested positive for the corona virus Ludmilla Soroka who came from the Czech Republic expressed her disappointment at the news of the closure I dont.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Thirty eighty KRLD coming up a woman in Oregon got her hair cut in a ticketing ticket counting machine in Chucky cheese she's so Adam that story is coming up right now traffic and weather together on the eights years Joyce Nielsen and we're still looking at a problem south Dallas north bound forty five past Lamar the two right lanes were still blocked at last check still see those delays back to around Illinois Avenue downtown Dallas on the ramp from westbound Woodall Rodgers northbound thirty five you can find the right lane of that ramp like that's just going to add to the slow traffic whizzing back to the seventy five interchange also I think the lazy in Carrollton here's John wolf northbound thirty five V. E. if you approach of one twenty one we still got only the left lane getting through with the right lanes blocked and the entrance from the side block Ludmilla new problem south on thirty five eve before fox two left lanes are blocked by a wreck I wasn't seeing is big and solid back into that expect but you will first hit a backup right around garden ridge the colony south on one twenty one Sam Rayburn before mainstreet next into the right lanes floral and traffic flow from legacy on the south side eastbound twenty before handed action in the right lane and traffic still slow back to sixty seven on the northbound sixty seven Randy fuller taking a check on that drive along thirty and forward westbound thirty Alta mere the accident sit in that right lane that's slowing traffic from green oaks thanks to Alan Hughes says that only that left lane is open to get through that problem so just be aware of that we have a side street issue in fort worth south bound beach just past Meacham there's a train stopped on the tracks that's blocking things causing delays from Glenview Rhonda gave us that one and you let's talk about three sixty at Trinity there's a stall on the right shoulder heavy delays run for markets all lanes and we're we're still looking at a problem by for those making their way through Carrollton eastbound bush turnpike there Kelly Boulevard two left lanes are blocked by an accident watch for slowing there and it was Dustin giving us a call out of Kaufman westbound one seventy five best FM thirteen ninety gonna find accidental blocking both lanes are getting by on the right shoulder that is going to slow you down there I'm sure you'll see an extra forty seven forty eight AM breaking traffic alerts when they happen Joyce thanks nineteen minutes in front of eight o'clock for retirement planners of America dot com here's chief meteorologist Dan burn off what with all the recent severe weather especially in of course the southeastern United States middle Tennessee we've had a few storm warnings here across the central Texas over the past few hours I'm doing.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on The Big 98

"Go to catch him all in one is because it stops you fight Ludmilla plays on his hips of course which our great country songs but also mixes up with some Papa remakes in there you do look at some lady Gaga some McLemore for yeah we we keep it fun and what you think that works at a at a country music show listen to me when I was when I was a kid no one was more country to me is here but I still knew MC hammer and the Beastie Boys and run DMC and all the poison stuff with me it's all about the the fans reaction if they'd look at me like I've got four here then we won't ever do it again get on they can talk about that on the radio CMT after midnight with Cody Allen is on the more yeah Judy Allen right here Nashville's number one for new country ninety eight WSIX FM Nashville I didn't even yeah may and then and then I played them you yeah yeah the Saudis the seven hundred C. M. T. next up more from the playa we're crush my play in Mexico it's a playa del que so yeah we know we're here to Brian and amazing all we all the.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Deals in the sport the actual dollar a pound amounts have yet to be released read to build a new balance of the past five years they've also negotiated with who might it be this before they decide to join with ninety they've already sponsored PSG Barcelona Tottenham and Chelsea so just kind of adding to the stable Chelsea Clinton lost over ninety six million pounds last season including having to pay former manager Antonio conte the staff close to twenty seven million pounds after sacking the Italian the blues though did spend two hundred eighty point six million pounds on the roster last season main city wins a camo Cup semi final Darby over Manchester United three to one at old Trafford city getting all three scores in the first half including an own goal red devils lone tally coming from markets rash bird in the seventieth minute Juventus's next any chance for Manchester United to sign every June this transfer period as director five your parents teach she says in the field as a place to view of a moving forward menu has been desperate to strengthen their middle due to injuries to Paul Pogba and Scott make time in a week just two weeks remaining before the Australian Open former world number one now me also gets a scare at the Brisbane international needing three sets of knock off various Atari to advance to the second round one may drop that does occur though as Sloane Stephens is knocked out by qualifier Ludmilla sense and Bob NBA scoreboard local teams in action in about five minutes in a tip off in Brooklyn as the nets are hosting Oklahoma City later tonight New York Knicks on the road at the LA Lakers NFL news two more head coaching vacancies have been filled the giants finalized a deal doing the patriots special teams in wide receivers coach Joe judge the thirty eight year old a deal with Bill Bella check since two thousand and twelve meanwhile Carolina Panthers hiring Baylor head coach Matt will signing the forty four year old to a seven year sixty million dollar contract which could increase to seventy million dollars of incentives.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On the embassy is still on high alert it suspended operations in canceled future appointments it's also advising American citizens to stay away from the complex embassy workers have been on lock down for two days hiding in safe rooms the staff was reduced last spring because of the threat from Iranian backed militias that was Cammy McCormick reporting Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu will ask the Israeli parliament for immunity from corruption charges the step most likely puts the trial on hold until after elections in March where he hopes to win a majority Winnie oaks I should say to win a majority collection that will shield him from prosecution the announcement essentially turns the upcoming election campaign into a referendum on whether Netanyahu should be granted immunity remain an officer stepped down to stand trial a recent poll indicated a majority of Israelis oppose giving Netanyahu immunity hundreds of thousands of people packed Hong Kong streets for an annual new year's day protest March the month long pro democracy protests in Hong Kong continued today demonstrators blocked traffic lit fires in the street hardline news broke off from the group the main group of marchers they attack bank's ATM machines with spray paint hammers and fireball police used tear gas to try to break up the crowd is Hong Kong senior police lieutenant paying lock to through ten hail tear gas grenade was used to disperse the right place right in front of them the reason for using force at that time is because some of the writers were going petrol bombs at our offices police said about four hundred people were arrested France's leader Emmanuel micron sparked a fresh barrage of anger from critics by reaffirming his determination to reform pensions far left leader John Ludmilla Sean accuse micron of declaring war on French workers in the far right national rally party of like comiccon quote to a spoiled child clinging to is Troy the started twenty twenty brought the twenty eighth consecutive day of disrupted nationwide transit strikes against microns reforms the strikes are aiming or his reforms I should say aim to make pensions fair to all workers he says union unions are gearing up for new walkouts next week pope Francis apologized for slapping the hand of a well wisher who grabbed him and yanked him toward her in his new year's wishes to the public in Saint Peter's square Wednesday of France's confessed to losing patience with the woman who was strolling in the square Tuesday evening to admire the holiday decorations cameras captured the seam on the woman from behind a barrier reached out and grabbed the pontiff's hand pulling him violently toward her Francis reacted sharply slapping our hand he later said he was sorry for the bad.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on The Big 98

"So all this is after midnight music after midnight music after midnight music no this is after midnight music Alan hang in with the stars on the big blue couch Cody Allen with Luke if you go to catch him only one is because it stops you fight Ludmilla plays on his hips of course which our great country songs but also mixes up with some Papa remakes in there you do look at some lady Gaga some McLemore for yeah we we keep it fun and what you think that works at a at a country music show listen to me when I was when I was jeered no one was more country to me is here but I still knew MC hammer in the hallways in run DMC and all the poison stuff with me it's all about the the fans reaction if they'd look at me like I've got four here then we won't ever do it again I do the Allen right here Nashville's number one for new country it's the big ninety eight WSIX FM Nashville seven.

"ludmilla" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"So I gathered three leaders from the Chicago teaching community to discuss their personal philosophies regarding chamber music pedagogy, and why Chicago is such a great place for it. Here's my conversation with Dr Alan, Dennis, the founding director of the midwest young artists conservatory in Highwood, Illinois, Doug Waddell. One of the co, founders of the percussion scholarship group at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, which is a free program for kids from all over the Chicago area and Ludmilla Laka Sova one of Chicago's top chamber music coaches and artists. So I thought it would be nice to talk about this Chicago ethos and how it is. To me something very, very special always explained to people who didn't grow up in this area that Chicago is is the biggest friendliest city. And I think that sense of camaraderie and mutual support is something very unique to the musical community of Chicago, as well as the civic society of Chicago. So first of all, Dr Dennis, I want to have you speak to. My making this up, or is this something that you've cultivated over the years? I think I think there's a number of reasons why Chicago might be considered a hub for great chamber music, coaching, and teaching and playing because it's not just coaching its students that put the work in and the families that support them. And it really to me, comes down to three things Chris, and he should know because he's from Evanston. It comes down to three things. It comes down to first of all committing to the John rea- I mean, it's so flashy to have orchestra, and we take our stove honored and thirty people. I mean, that's flashy and you so easy to take a soloist out. This really amazing in the burn up the place, but it's different when you have chamber music. And so I think that the general areas generally committed to it as John RA as an important aspect of Childs and person's education. The second point is, I think that it rounds out the person's education. I've often said that the best soloists are good chamber. Musicians, the best orchestra players are good chamber musicians, and I can't say the reverses always true. So I think that what happens is the best chamber musicians that I grew up with my friend Billy perusal and in Cleveland, we play chamber music together. It's an important part of a rounded education. And the third thing I think that's very important in often skipped across is it provides a really important social element to the music making process that goes beyond hacking away for six hours in your practice room and not having any in any contact with human beings. So I think those three things I know they drive me in my thinking of the importance of chamber music and and I'm sure that they drive others to and and what's important to them. We'll speak to this because your your daughter, an incredible artists Masha who's been on the program, and I've had the privilege of playing with her. She's been on the program and is not only a brilliant violinist and soloist, but a committed cherry musician, a leader, a great community kind of player. Somebody who really enjoys the secretary. Is this something that just happens or I'm sure you have a hand in this, don't you. We, we really love chamber music in our home, and obviously it's two of us that play together and also we invite other people to our house in we played together. Sometimes we double on the instruments and I cannot agree more with Allen with the third thing that we just love getting together and making music and for all of my chamber groups, I this aspect of friendship and just being together as human beings and being friends is the most important part of this music making. I think I always encourage them to get pizza together to play games together in involve chamber coaches, also in games and yell and scream and just become little kids around the table and then make music together. So I think I think it makes us better people and better musicial musicians as soloist too, but we're not. We're not just, you know, passing time pleasantly. I mean, you've. You yourself have been responsible for? Not not a few fish off winning chamber ensembles, so we're at a very high level of fun, admit that, yes, right. Well, but of course, you know, when when I am a friend with my peers, yawn peers, musicians, these amazing talents, then I can drive them and push them for greater work, better intonation, and the work the weren't becomes really hard and they start getting together.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good news in Alamo they just cleared. That crash than lanes northbound. Six eighty lavar road we had a taxi in a big rig and. The two right lanes so slow back to Diop apple road at the MacArthur maze westbound five eighty connector ramp to eastbound eighty. S style box truck Blocking, the right, lane very heavy. From the twenty four interchange San Jose wreck south went a one before, Trimble there. On the shoulder, is slow, anyway from Lawrence expressway Julie Deppish for KiKi. We that report was brought to you. By chain exchange aren't Judy. Woodruff on the next news hour Mark shields and David Brooks weigh in. On President Trump and trade the newest revelations in the Russia investigation rest of the week news that's Friday on the PBS NewsHour The news hour from PBS comes on this afternoon at three I'm Marco werman and you're tuned to the world okay so we were just hearing from a couple of climate experts with their take on the record temperatures and, dangerous wildfires, breaking out all over the northern hemisphere right now of course you don't need to be a climate expert to figure. Out that it's super hot outside. And it's not just hot it's dry to in many places prolonged drought is leaving fields Brown and making life difficult for farmers even at a time of year when. They might be starting to think about harvesting their. Grain crops so here. Now are some thoughts from to, farmers one, is meg's Reynolds she's in, Saskatchewan up in Canada but first here's Matthew Grendel a farm. A farmer in the Midlands. Region over in the United Kingdom we had the worst winter We've. Had for a long time then followed, by end of April we went from winter to sort of spring, to summer and no matter of number of. Days a may was very hot, and dry although we did have torrential, rain, at the end of may twenty. Fifth amassing our last rain not whether that we used to UK when Mattie talked. About. Going from an extremely harsh winter into summer that is exactly what we had pretty much all winter so we went through a ton of feed for animals the way, they stay, hot is our keep their body temperature up is by eating so you need to have extra food rations ranchers were. Really relying on being able to. Have a good Hager to replace those rations and you know we just finished cutting and our own stuff we've got about twenty head of cattle and we got a. Third of the bails that we normally get and. The past are all. Just drying up so we're in, a my, position we might be needing, to start feed hey that we've put aside for winter so. Just to start feeding now Yeah that's that's hard the potatoes we. Grow look okay the minute but they're, not doing anything now so if we don't get any rain for, another two weeks I think now we probably. Be a writer everywhere we look, with the wheat barley and stuff that, will, struggled up the quality why be. There yield so I'd be the Say is already had an effect of stuff we see a little bit later than normal because we were dealing, with that winter that? Went longer than normal I was going one day and I actually had to shut the, AC off in the tractor because it was overheating so I kinda roasted myself in the, tractor trying to keep seeding when the temperature was something that we we don't. Normally see drinks seating for us that was megs Reynolds in Saskatchewan in Canada and Matthew Grendel in England. To farmers in different parts of the northern hemisphere both experiencing serious challenges because of the record heat the summer The Google doodle the little drawings on. The Google homepage it's not just a. Wormhole to get lost in it's also a great source for interesting stories like. Today Google honors what would have been the. One hundred fourteenth birthday of Ludmilla Rodamco not a household name and that's why we want to go deeper on today's doodle, Redondo, died in one thousand nine hundred, six at the age. Of Eighty-one but during her lifetime she was one of the most, influential chess champions of the Soviet era in one thousand nine hundred ninety? Eight, she plays fifth in the Moscow women's championship and in the early nineteen fifties she became the second women's world chess champion all. Very interesting except her proudest achievement with saving hundreds of children during the bloody siege of Leningrad in World, War Two Susan Paul Garza world chess champion herself and a chess grandmaster I kind of, got to the thumbnail sketch of Ludmilla Rodamco Susan where was she born and, how did you become a champion chess player well Mr. Danko Was born in today's territory of Ukraine and, then later moved to the Russian territories of Moscow and I guess landing? Rat, as well She was very influential in her era and it's pretty remarkable that she was never really a, Professional Chess player as I understand but. She wasn't, economic planner in the Soviet days and she became a champion in her mid forties which is highly unusual. By today's, standards for example I became the number of. Iran player in the world when I was only fifteen. By Tanja different ever no computers not that -nology no information like is, today so, it's much quicker the development of chess players today that's how we see young chess players even at a tender age, of I mean grandmasters how much was sexism kind of. Holding Ludmila Rodamco back at the time Oh I'm sure a lot I mean even. In my early days in the seventies. And eighties I have to face, it day, to day basis and to some degree that today but in those days for Sexism in World War Two and everything that she had three endured. And that was so much lack of course jalousie for women are support for? So, much discrimination it's remarkable. That she, had the strengths and motivation and the desire to excel, in such a male dominated sport do you know how she was perceived by her. Male peers at the time I very well no because I have traveled to the, civic, multiple times and I talked to people. Who knew her, and and even other champions who came after her and it was just such a dismissal. South say at in those days in her. Time about the mini chess that older? Men, can play chess and the fact of the reason why women didn't get very far in chess because. They're concerned discouragement and this missile and lack of opportunities and in fact that's what I try to change throughout my life and my career at announcer my foundation. So we'll get to that in. A second, but what about Ludmila Rodamco inspired you well it's. Expired inspired me that she stood up in a male dominated field when it was not popular there was only. One woman before her romantic who we all know about the first women's champion Who did that. And then two broke out and there were. No deals championships that Renault competitions forever? Thal, and so she was the first one it's always hard to be a year in whatever you do. And excel at and the I think the only to remember that power and that the inspiration So tell me more about this scholarship money that you've awarded this week. The fifteenth, year in a row you've done this to girls who play chess Yes seven. Very fortunate that the found partners for the past. Seven years already here at Webster university and my station estimate Sanford or, cash prizes to the winners the. Young ladies who compete for this valuable prizes And be here, wonderful success stories when the young people even if they? Quit, chess playing professionally are seriously on got other careers they are becoming extremely successful and so throughout the employees by various field and for these, twenty-first-century girls do they know the legacy. And Laura of Ludmilla Renuka well I believe that, the on young women chess, players are familiar with the limited amount of women's world, champions in the history of, the game, and then the being just the second obviously, everybody's. Familiar with the. Name world. Chess, champion Susan Polgar in Saint Louis Missouri telling us about the subject of today's Google doodle the late Russian chess champion Ludmila Rodamco who would have been one. Hundred fourteen today Susan thanks very much my visor.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And I think the only to remember that power and and that the inspiration. So tell me more about this scholarship money that you've awarded this week, the fifteenth year in a row. You've done this to girls who play chess. Yes. I've been very fortunate that found partners for the past seven years or the here at Webster university and my foundation x tweet some further cash prizes to the winners that the young ladies who compete for this valuable prizes and Bahia run the full success stories when young people, even if they quit chess playing professionally or seriously and got other careers, they are becoming extremely successful and so out the employees by various fields. And for these twenty-first-century girls, do they know the legacy and Laura of Ludmilla Rodamco? Well, I believe that the Orleans, women just players are familiar with the limited amount of women's world champions in the history of the game, and then the being get just a second. Obviously everybody's familiar with the name world chess champion, Susan Polgar in Saint Louis, Missouri telling us about the sub. Of today's Google doodle, the late Russian chess champion, Ludmila Redondo who would have been a hundred fourteen today. Susan, thanks very much applies air. You're with the world. I'm Marco werman just ahead on the world Muslim students stand up to bullying, but some parents fight to keep Islam out of schools, say every time people say phobia. I think that's just another reason to corrupt the real facts or going on the legal battle playing out in San Diego coming up here on the world..

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"ludmilla" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Nine hundred. Six at the age of eighty one. But during her lifetime, she was one of the most influential chess champions of the Soviet era. In one thousand nine hundred twenty eight. She placed fifth in the Moscow women's championship and in the early nineteen fifties. She became the second women's world chess champion. All very interesting except her proudest achievement was saving hundreds of children during the bloody siege of Leningrad in World War Two, Susan, Paul Garza world chess champion herself, and a chess grandmaster. I kinda got to the thumbnail sketch of Ludmilla Rodamco Susan, where was she born? How did you become a champion chess player? Well, Mr. Danko was born in today's territory of Ukraine, and then later moved to the Russian territories of Moscow. And I guess Leningrad as well. She was very influential in her era, and it's pretty remarkable that the she was never really a Professional Chess player. As I understand. But she was an economic planner in the Soviet days and she became world champion in her mid forties, which is highly unusual by today's standards. For example, I became the number one player in the world when I was only fifteen by times are different. There were no computers, not acknowledgee no information like there is today. So it's much quicker that development of chess players today. That's how we see young chess players, even at a tender age of twelve in grandmasters, how much was sexism kind of holding a Ludmila Rodamco back at the time. Oh, I'm sure a lot. I mean, even in my early days in the seventies and eighties, I have to face it the on a day to day basis and to some degree event today. But in those days, forget sexism to and everything that she had to endure. And that was so much lack of approachability for. Women or support or so much discrimination. It's remarkable that she had the strength and the motivation on the desire to excel in such a male dominated sport. Do you know how she was perceived by her male peers at the time? I very well, no, because I have traveled to the civic in multiple times, and I talked to people who knew her and and even other champions who came after her, and it was just such a dismissal. So to say, at in those days in her time about the mini chess that Olbermann can play chess. And in fact, part of the reason why vehement didn't get very far in chess because the constant discouragment and dismissal. And unlike, of course, Unity's and route. In fact, that's worth the I tried to change throughout my life and my career now to my foundation. So we'll get to that in a second. But what about Ludmila Rodamco. Fired you? Well, it expired inspired me that she stood up in a male dominated field when it was not popular at there was only run out of women before her romantic who we all know about the first women's while champion who did that, and then the World War Two broke out. And there were no Bill championships ever. Renault competitions for remain Ethel. And so she was the first one. It's always hard to be a pioneer in whatever you do and excel at..

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"ludmilla" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"The following content is explicit too it's monday march twelve twenty eighteen from sleet it's the gist i might pasqua and i'm not here today i'm in florida where i guess they don't have microphones maybe i'm getting a day off now come back to hand didn't well rested which is always the the pair isn't it but i assume that in the news will still be this story of of the attack the poisoning the the nerve agent apparently attack in great britain on this former russian spy sergei squeezie pole and what i notice about it while a couple things one is that the president or president doesn't seem so up in arms about this probably should be doesn't shock me that he's not it's shocking that it's not shocking you you understand but the newscasters will be giving details of this story and in a safe things like sergei scruple or or they'll talk about his daughter yulia or his deceased wife ludmilla and then they'll talk about alexander litvinienko they'll quote litvinienko who is the last spy to be killed under mysterious not so mysterious the russians kill the circumstances in the uk and they'll be quoting his widow marina tu wien yangko and they'll be seeing it just like i'm saying it a probably better like really really russians saying it now what i find fascinating about this is that the newscasters presenting this story are literally saying lead vin yangko like i am saying it do it leaning into the accent big time and have to say that i find it a little annoying although it's past say to note how in knowing it is when newscasters pronounce local words with the local flavor i understand that were no longer saying bombay were saying moon by i get that but you know the strict adherence and probably not correctly trying to ape the local accent there is an argument for it which is if someone says their name with local flare try to honor them there's an argument against it which is that the country to the south of the united states is mexico not mahyco although it is matt he.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on KCBS All News

"People who worked inside the russian troll farm named in special counsel robert muller's indictment the indictment identified thirteen russians who allegedly tried to influence the 2016 presidential election using social media let's with palmer spoke with a young activists two got a job in the factory she report from st petersburg on jeff heller activists hope the trolls could be brought to justice and here's her report i'm sorry we're having just a bit of a problem all right here it is the russian government has pushed back fiercely against charges of trolling us citizens in the runup to the presidential elections but not all russians are in denial about it we spoke to ludmilla south chalk and activist who went underground in 2015 to get a job in the by now infamous parole factory she was horrified by the round the clock operation including nightshifts and depressed by the kremlin aligned propaganda aimed at russians as well as americans what did you think when you saw the american indictment and unless has no questions that i filters after the oath me back to lifezette drills here on ever punished so the us indictment was a first step in bringing these people who are basically criminals to justice softer told us the trolls based in the office building on several skin a street are still hard at work what americans could play here yes max tests his show the us operation may have wound down but she says now the trolls are churning out pictures and fake news aimed at turning russian public opinion against americans fighting you can we risk local are you afraid for yourself now if i am to stay safe i can tons of this question at the end of that interview new mila had a question for us how likely as it she asked that the thirteen people named in the indictment would ever face us justice and we had to tell her there's almost no chance because the russians are extremely unlikely to extradite them and.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Putin's getting bigheaded putin's heads just fine you can drive is giant track cross the transsiberian plane deacon power nuclear reactor with the left side of his brain and women take assert off the got a ladies crazy when he take you sir off make me all appealing it's the girl if you put in when you when we wouldn't put away putting leads to me nipped important when you put an where you put it nif reported nudge the me upbeat need supporting girls' because he hits vulgarity and he loves his mother country any loves his family leave his ex wife ludmilla down here no deaths the check out the newlyacquired russian black sea let's this in in the great man is about to speak we fought a war of this i'm almost a shame the netted a radio now the house resort worth full if only they can rings so the serbs would start to sniffer round i bring no hammered down so they're willing heads would spin warren woman it's wanna here wait a minute vivement battle what if the trades and the way third way some people is greater than the alito germany turkey of france sons leader in towers all latest subjects onesided lauren both needle gang ascendancy of these presence in screening into the twentyfirst suing i thought they manage combustion in dreaming chicken farms and found pledged all be the me dude i say arcane you say a new engine alone leave mob a studio prommas lane among the beaten man no luke kuhn hillman cure all night long the nfl gone his boom records dark matter role for dinner with putin and the hits just keep common on this show ladies and gentlemen mrs margot price and man mohan it's bad maddie darden the no sweden's easy thank you all eyes do as well yes johnson who red so these draw the c in rome all these guys they do their me jimmy then laugh ludi lin do not done me do they man meaning new are dead.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Our radio added company miss serena broke mr fred newman and tim russell oh yes there are good and yes mr randy newman just walked down on you were removed you say kunis getting big hit it putin said just fine he can drive is giant tractor cross the transsiberian playing deacon powered nuclear reactor with the left side of his brain and winning ticket showed off the a ladies crazy would you take his shirt off may near automobile it's the girl if you put in when you put it we wouldn't win a wave pointed next to me nipped reporter when you put an where you put it come nif appointed reported links to me upbeat leads the girls because he hates vulgarity and he loves his mother country and he loves his family the in his ex wife ludmilla down here no deaths the check out the newlyacquired russian black sea let's listen in the great man is about to speak we fought a war of this almost in a radio now there's a resort worth fighting bull if only than rings to the circus would start to sniffer round bring their hammered down soak heads would spin water it's no how bad loan wait a minute demon battle what if the trades and the wave some people is greater than the alito germany of france sons lido towers all leaders subject one sodden lauren who needle getting a second chance drag these presence chilean screening in june 20th first soon a must remain chicken farms of found pledged all b lee lee said do us you say knowing as say i'm only mob present studio brahma slaying among the boot man.

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"ludmilla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"ludmilla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our radio acted company miss serena broke mr bread newman and sealant russell oh yes they're good and yes mr randy newman just walked out on moon he looked delo delahunt gang nothern likely rigging the fellow who port pat size number nine you say bhutto's getting big yet it it's just fine he can drive is giant track cross the transsiberian lane beacon powered nuclear reactor with the left side of his brain and winning ticket showed off the gravel ladies crazy when take you sir off meat meal appealing the girl if you put it when you put it we wouldn't nearly went away putting next to me nipped plan when you put in where you put it never wanted were appointed next to me up he needs the girls because he hates vulgarity and he loves his mother country and he loves his family he'd his ex wife ludmilla down here in odessa check out the newlyacquired russian black sea let's listen in the great man is about to speak we fought a war of this i'm almost ashim shame the radio now there's a resort worth fighting full if only the marines to the circus was the sniffer round so the woman heads would spin warning warriors edge we'll wait a minute even battle what if the kurds the with kurds in way some people is than illegal germany via france sons lido and towers all latest subject one shot a lowering beadle getting a second chance the presence diginity and screaming in june the twin verse i thought they managed to muster in dreaming chicken farms of found pledged all be doing a say arcane you say knowing as saying i'm all for he'd mob mazuz do the brahma slain putting them on the brute man.

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