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"radio tokyo" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Inching towards optimism. We'll. As a panels on vacation, you're required to just be optimistic. I want to. So what's giving me optimism and hope this week is like I saw a clip. Of people standing in line to do early voting in Georgia and all my God. These lines were so long and they interviewed this woman who was holding a baby and umbrella because it was raining and she'd already been in line for a few hours and they said Oh. You're going to leave because of the rain and she's like, Oh no, I'm not gonNA leave I was like leave because you're holding a baby and it's like such a nightmare to deal with the baby in that situation but no, no, no no no she wasn't leaving. She was standing you know a toughing. It out. She probably had a bunch of squeezes compartment in the stroller that was going to make this whole thing work out and she's my neighbor, and I, mean that globally like she's my American neighbor, she's on my block she's in my community. These are people that want to see change right in there out there standing in line for hours to make that change possible they're doing it in the rain they're doing over the baby in their arms how amazing our people you guys, how amazing our American people there. So fucking amazing and that really gave this this clip which just said. To me. But I would love for the people fake the nation to know where to find you and all the good works that you do. Jody where did they find you? While my podcast, the podcast podcastone doing now is called from Radio Tokyo and it's called this day in Esoteric political history three times a week we take interesting moment from our political past and talk about what it means for today. So you can find that wherever you get your podcast.
"radio tokyo" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"Has also said, he thinks it really did hurt him in the south and made the election a lot than it would have been but you know he continues to destroy own those words All right. We're GONNA leave it there. Thank you Nicole. Hammer. Is. Sturdy and thanks to you Alexis Code. Thank you to both of you and Alexis will be back with us for one more episode. Another side of a president that you may not have expected this they necessary political history is a proud member of Radio Tokyo from PR REX researcher and producer is Jacob Feldman Britain Brown is our other producer. Follow us on social media were posting a bunch of stuff on twitter and instagram every day at this pod. Keep sending US emails this day pod. gmail.com. Name Jody.
"radio tokyo" Discussed on 99% Invisible
"Need to when it comes to your water like you're the water is fine. We're great we do however though this is a this is a really important point. We do recommend that everybody should have emergency water. It's just that East Bay mud can't control what happens. Underground pipe could still break and they would still have to come fix it. Yeah it could mean that we have to turn off your water for. I don't know four to twelve hours. And in those instances you will need your emergency water supply and we can all help. Avoid this in the first place by not flushing wipes or tires or boots or anything else. That's not toilet paper. There are two things you can flush down the toilet things that come out of your body and toilet paper. That's it that's the. Psa sorry can never eat Turkey again. Nine percent visible was produced. This week by Stephanie. Joyce and avery trauman edited by Joe Rosenberg. Mix Tech Production by Sharieff Yousef music by Sean Real Katie. Mingle is our senior producer. Kirk Kolstad is the digital director. The Russell Team Has Emmett Fitzgerald Delaney Hall Chris. Brubeck Vivian lay so via class car and me. Roman Mars Ron bloomer. Our expert on the history of rear end cleaning wrote the book wiped which is full of interesting details about toilet culture that we didn't get to include in this episode will link to it on our website. We are project of ninety one point seven. Klw In San Francisco in produced on Radio Row in Beautiful Downtown Oakland California Ninety nine percent. Invisible is a proud member of Radio. Tokyo from PRI fiercely independent collective of the most innovative shows in all podcasting find them all at Radio Tokyo Dot FM. You can find the show in Jordan discussions about show facebook. You can tweet me at Roman Mars in the show at ninety nine or on instagram. And read it to the drive to get you to listen to old episodes and share those episodes with your friends is still on and the best place to start is at ninety nine. P I dot ORG radio too x before we go. I want to make sure you know about another seasonal radio Tokyo podcast which is back right now because we only great stories especially love stories. Mrs Love from the creators of criminal and in their fourth season. It's all about animals in the wild and select. What are some examples of that? Well everything from a family drama of rival Wolf Packs to a story about retired central park. Police horse here's a sample or on the move into the movie twister. Helen in hunt. Do you think this is kind? Of like twister. Hi It's phoebe. This is love is back and for our fourth season. We're going outside and the entire iceberg that we had just been inside of was cracking and breaking and dissolving into these huge chunks of ice. I was just speechless all new stories. Starting April first about animals in the wild and what happens when we take time to look around us really better with animals since you like them better. Would you rather spend your day with a horse than the Group of guys? Don't complain subscribe now. This is love wherever you get your podcast. You don't miss the first episode and you just will this. Turkey is really trying to get this recorder. Hello Will you tell me terminable but unscathed this love is beautiful humane lovely storytelling? But don't just take it from me. It's one of time. Magazine's top picks of the year search for. This is love wherever you get your podcasts or visit this low podcast dot.
"radio tokyo" Discussed on The Allusionist
"Those negative emotions do something with them. Alison Robin both. Told me that if you work in climate people fall over themselves to express contrition for the flights. They've taken over beef. They've eaten love. People working climate change find this. They find that people like to confess to them. I mean this happened more more easily. Climate writer recently says she feels like she's some kind of climate none. 'cause like I am not going to absolve you'll send however I've actually care for the fact that you've done this thing that thing because I'm rule. I want really big ambitious climate. I'm going to complain about your recycling. So maybe letting people know that you're not going to judge them. Part can probably be signalled by just listening and see where they're coming from and if they need to express not go maybe laying them but equally letting them know that they don't have to do that and it's to about things that they're doing that positive being interested and let's talk about Latin Dis. Yesterday I think is very important and sometimes you need to not think about it together through the day but also you need to be able to think about what you can do to take action and how you can have a positive impact and to the balancing the light fair with courage we accept. What's the biggest challenge stocks? You having conversation about change and a lot of people said tell me what to do about it and then conversely we also found the people who are having the most conversations will often using their own experience of what they were people that were able to say well of cycle with the kids to school world entitled call slightly changed my Diet and I didn't have to be massive changes but they were changes the sort of somebody's identity you sort of shift and then you feel doing practical thing and therefore I can talk about my practical thing in the context of this compensation and then it becomes slightly less terrifying compensation you do by yourself. It feels insignificant and I think as people which are doing things other people and are sensitive identities built by how we see ourselves and also what we see other people doing. Don't feel what your own actions are. Insignificant actually often very significant to the people around you once people have stopped trying to absorb climate sends. You can climate change. After they've told you will tons of eating beef they then ask you. What could you hope? And I'm onto with stuff with me courage and tell them that. Us A difference and invite people to think about what gives them courage. What gives you courage. What lifts your spirits and makes you think I can get him in the day. I can be part of something. I can do this by thinking. Positively about future rather than feeling about about the past Alice. Bell Director of communications at the Climate Chart Possible and the author of the new book. Can we save the planet? Robin Webster is senior. Climate engagement strategist for the Climate Communication Organization. Climate outreach amy. Westervelt is a climate journalist. And she makes the podcast drilled and coming up in today's minimalist we consider another euphemism climate. 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'cause it set dry undertaken by people who are organizations with an interest in shaping public opinion this practices called astroturf thing and they will create fake advocacy groups that that sort of look like they're consumer advocacy groups but are actually funded by industry. I don't know I feel like anytime you see something that's like consumers for freedom or like Drivers for safe vehicles like these sort of. I don't know it's hard to. It's hard to explain but I sort of every time I see one I'm like Is that really a consumer group? I mean you see it in like the plastic Rome to where they were trying forever to brand plastic pollution as marine debris. Anytime I see that anytime. I see a nonprofit. That's like we're trying to reduce plastic globally. And then they talk about it as marine debris. I'm like Oh this is probably an industry backed front group. Oh and it almost always but you can also spot them by like you know if they're caused seems like something that the average people probably wouldn't take the time to organize around than it's probably an industry group Like on the plastic side. There's the the plastic bag coalition which I find like the most hilarious example that like there's tons of consumers out there that are just like agitating for plastic. Well some people got to be edge loads. Yeah Yeah oh on the climate side. If you see people that are that are pushing. Things like Sensible solutions or Bipartisan pricing on carbon or bringing industry to the table. Like all of that stuff. It's usually an industry. Group leave also totally picked up on the whole like civility civil discourse. We like can't we all just get along kind of thing like the new American Petroleum Institute. Ads are all like you know. We all need to come together and come up with a sensible solution on climate change. It's like okay but you guys pretended it didn't even exist up until like two years ago so I mean a sensible solution that allows them to carry on exactly exactly. I don't feel bad about exactly. Yeah also actually another good thing to look at too is like like I see this on the solution side a lot. If it's a solution in air quotes that basically doesn't require the fossil fuel industry to change at all. Then it's probably something that's been like where the research and development has been funded by industries euphemisms came up earlier in the show and his another climate. Denier I don't feel like the term. Climate Denier is super powerful. It feels a little too generous. Whether you know I just don't buy it. Brought even though dangerously steering in the directions. And then somehow that's been adapted to climate skeptic Connachan. Tonight's have been really offended by the word. Denial and its connotations and have preferred to use the word skeptics. That's our whole little fight. All by itself people who might self define as a skeptic start complaining about being called deniers because they said that it was done deliberately to associate them with Holocaust deniers and it was done to tonsure names which people turn around. Where no there's all sorts of been as we try to do that but then some people were like. Oh we don't want to hurt your feelings and we're not obviously. We're not doing that. And so I started calling skeptics. That was more accurate. And then you get people guy. But I'm not a skeptic on warmest so there are very few people outright denies of Climate Change. Almost NYPD believe that and even the people who've been really quiet hardline climate skeptics moving more toward now saying. Oh Yeah. There's a bit warming. It's just not as bad as be as everyone says is less time tonight climate warmists. I don't know why not just liar. Liar is fine propagandist. That's good too but I mean the people who are really evil. People do believe in climate change the people who genuinely know they've had research since the sixties they funded of some of the best early research and climate change because they weren't to the companies knew they needed to do that and they're still funded work to try and see dine other people's minds then themselves necessarily skeptics. They believe in it. That's why they're worried about her. Business is a proud member of Radio Tokyo from PX and we are thrilled to have a new member of the family over the road. It's a show in partnership with overdrive magazine. And it gives voice T- trials and triumphs and travels of America's truckers. It's at least long-haul Palmar offer his driven a truck for nearly forty years and he'll bring you behind the wheel with him to explore daily life on the road and how the trucking industry is changing their stories does music does polls extremely mellow boys. He is delightful company. 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"radio tokyo" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"Is in fact every successful partnership no matter what what kind is sort of a love story just. Finding the right person takes a lot of luck and if you can turn that into a relationship that lasts and let's you build something together. It's kind of a miracle. It doesn't matter if what you're making is a company or movie or marriage for two people to coexist and collaborate that takes work and it takes love. That's what this podcast is is about. It's called partners my name is Rishikesh. Airway I'm the host and creator of the podcast Song Exploiter and the Co host of the West Wing. Weekly two shows that about getting deep into the details of how something gets made I wanted to do the same thing with great partnerships with all different kinds of partners the first season of this podcast features partners partners like the CO founders of instagram. The CO creators of the Emmy winning TV show crazy ex girlfriend the author and the illustrator of the hit. Cookbook salt fat acid. Heat twin twin sister bandmates Teagan and Sara and many more honestly that might have been low in the company but it was a high for me because it was us against the world. So I got to know you. I think also drew me the first drawing you ever gave the dinner. Yeah you drew Patricia. Turn up and he said to the kitchen at that point I was trying trying to move is not a thing. I would have thought at decade ago when there is sort of new weird like I wouldn't have thought like Oh. This is going to be related. That really defines a lot of my life. Partners is a Melcher. Production made in partnership with Radio Tokyo. Subscribe subscribe to the podcast. Now on your favorite podcast APP so you can get the first episode as soon as it comes thanks this.
Iva Toguri D'Aquino Pardoned - January 19, 1977
"Hello everybody I'm eve and you're tuned into this day in history class a show where we travel full back in time one day at a time. Today is January nineteenth twenty twenty and the day was January nineteenth nineteen seventy seven. US President Gerald. Ford Ford pardoned Iva degree Keno a Japanese American broadcaster more than two decades after she was released from prison that Kino also known on as Tokyo rose have been convicted of treason for aiding Japan during World War. Two Tokyo rose was actually the name that Allied Service People gave women who broadcasted on Japanese propaganda. Radio Dottino became synonymous with the label. Tokyo rose but there were many broadcasters who worked to demoralize soldiers sailors and Marines in the Pacific Keno grew up in Los Angeles in nineteen forty one months months before the Pearl Harbor bombing and the US is entry into World War Two. She went to Japan to take care of her sick aunt. She left with an identification nations card but no passport while in Japan she went to the US vice console to get a passport saying she wanted to go back to the US. Her application was sent to the State Department but before her passport was issued. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Aquino was stuck in Japan during during the war there. She refused to bow to Japanese pressure to renounce citizenship and become a Japanese citizen. She attended Japanese language and culture school and she worked for the Dome News Agency but Japan would not grant her a food ration card and it was hard to make ends meet in late. Nineteen team forty three. She began working as an announcer and DJ for radio. Tokyo's propaganda broadcasts at the time. Allied prisoners of war. Her were forced to broadcast propaganda. Dottino started broadcasting on a program called the zero hour under the name orphan and she was one of many women who spoke American English and announced for these propaganda broadcasts which were sent out to. US troops they made statements designed designed to lower troops. Morale played popular songs and broadcast news. She made a reported one hundred fifty yen or at seven dollars per month. armie analysis determined that the propaganda broadcasts did not having negative effect on troop morale but there are supposed concern with Giocchino the fact that she seemed to have intelligence on US ship and troop movements based on her broadcasts after the Japanese surrendered in nineteen forty five reporters found out about her broadcasts and interviewed her. After gaining notoriety for her press and becoming associated with the moniker Tokyo rose US US authorities arrested and questioned her. She claimed that she never called herself. Tokyo rose and her broadcast which was true. There was no evidence that any any broadcaster even call themselves. Tokyo Rose U. S. military occupiers released her after detaining her for a year since they did not have evidence that she committed crimes against the US but the case against Aquino was reignited when she requested a US passport again and veterans groups and broadcaster. Walter winchell spoke out against her return and alleged crimes the US Justice Department reopened her case. She was arrested did for treason sent to San Francisco and put in county. Jails pre trial started in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine during the trial. She said that she had never made disloyal statements and that she had even tried to thwart the broadcast effectiveness by including double meanings still. She was convicted on a single count of treason then for speaking into a microphone. Concerning the loss of ships was the only woman who broadcast it for Radio Tokyo. Who was known to be an American citizen citizen? She was sentenced to ten years in prison. And a ten thousand dollar fine. She served six years and two months of her sentence and was released early for good behavior. The government tried to deport her but she resisted those efforts. She ran a grocery store and gift shop in Chicago and sought apart in with breath persistence. She maintained that she even secretly gave food and medicine allied. POW's in Japan though she had a lot of detractors. There were are also people who supported her and were skeptical of the government's case journalist. Ron Yates of the Chicago Tribune found out that two former radio Tokyo employees who testified against I
"radio tokyo" Discussed on The Allusionist
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"radio tokyo" Discussed on The Allusionist
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"radio tokyo" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
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"radio tokyo" Discussed on Without Fail
"Home was house windfall rees. It was somebody I knew who was telling me my mother and brother had just been murdered. What Hell Naw on right away that it was retaliation for me? Kill it. Staff at Bercy. Tacoma Home Knowing Asir. Start Crying Zomba leave. I kept thinking in my mind hope. It's not true. Hope is not true. Please don't let it be true. Please don't let it be true but in my heart I knew that it was true. He was the most devastating moment in my life. I wanted people to hear stories like that and and in decide like Ham. Is this what I WANNA do. So it affected the way ahead I start looking at the storytelling aspect and how powerful fool storytelling is and you know what it can be used for. You know when Nigel and Antoine finish their three pilots. They submitted them to Radio Tokyo and waited and we found out November first that we actually won the parkways and then it was like Oh we you gotta figure out how to make podcast. Did you think you guys were going to win. Or was this just sort of Our say this so when we made to the top ten we felt good. We were like okay. We got a chance. You know So when we were having all the interviews we're just like man this is looking good you know and I remember when we won Lieutenant Robinson told Nigel he say you know what I really only let out into. Because I knew I wasn't GonNa win. y'All had never done a podcast so I I was like it ain't GonNa win now and I gotTa do this podcast having Donau year. Now we gotTA figure out. How do you do the pocket from a prison and you know? How do we do all this? So so you started putting the podcast and but you still at this point while you're Y you're you've won the contest and now you're starting to put together the podcast right you you have still at this point. Is it still the only podcast. You've actually listened to where where the couple of snapchat it was. It was it was a few that was approved to come in and it was mainly snap judgment I think I think one of I think it could have been this American life and reply reply all it was something that was like a few miles one. That's exciting okay. Yeah you were able to hear. Are you know different points. Views in different in how individuals sculpted these stories together. And and how did they lead into this and come into that so that that was like really like like like just basically giving us the game on what we were about to embark on and which was very helpful? Ram I I must say so. You're starting to put together this this podcast. When did you launch the first episode? Live into the world okay So June June fourteenth two thousand seventeen is when we first launched in right before we launch. So we we we we had. We had had a a meeting with Judy Shapiro. Curtis Fox You're airy Hoffman. Yeah and he's all for Media Tokyo and Your Radio tells me Oh yeah they whole crew and you know we were sitting there and we was talking and you know he was just trying to figure out like you know what is the you you know what is successful downloads. I think it was like well. You know if you get like fifty thousand for the season that should be good and and I was like why we hit a million right. That's what you thought. That's what I thought because in my thinking it was like man is two point two million people in prison. Somebody's going to you know really Get this you know. Somebody's going to really get attached so I was thinking like that like yeah. We're GONNA hit a million you know it was like well you know that's kind of you know that's like you know like top one percent or I mean you know it was just basically given this new there's some game on you know the numbers would mean and so I'm like okay all right cool and So we lunch. We launch our first episode. So which is Sally's ear hustling is prison slang for ease dropping. Listen anti something. That may not be Your Business. And today we're going to hear about Sally's it's a big deal in prison who you're selling it is isn't it huge ex- anyone around here and they'll have a lot to say about Sally's always water hands revive that first episode airline and Nigel interview a bunch of different inmates around the prison yard about their experiences with cellmates. One of the stories is about these two summits who are brothers one who's a smoker and the other one who can't stand the smoke and I was like trying to hold it in Toronto. DNA was just eating immune and we just clashed. He'll kill me. You're killing me with this. You'RE GONNA kill cancer now. We've just got it. I was very dismissive. Like shut the fuck off with the Shit right God where we are in prison for life like you know sixty seven years to life twenty seven years to life but I am smoking cigarettes cigarette and So we put it out in the world and again in prison. You don't know we don't see how is being being Played in the world. You know so you ought media social media like facebook liking your episode or anything. You're not seeing anything. We don't see nothing no Internet access so all we have is Nigel. Come in update on us on. What's what's happening? You know like yes you know people are really you know liking it. They're commenting and they're doing this. They're doing that and She was basically giving us so. We like okay. Hey Cou cou you know we still at work doing stuff and That first month the podcast have been downloaded over one point five million times. uh-huh and Julia was like man. You clairvoyant I remember remember. I heard the first episode. I heard Sally's when it came out and I was just listening and I remember thinking like man. This thing is good and by that point. I'd I'd like shot to the top of the charts and it was like getting all this like attention and acclaim and everybody was talking about it and I'd started this podcasting company and and We were we were having. We were pretty successful and we we had some pretty you know pretty big shows but we had like you gotTa Bonafide. There's like man these guys a prisoner kicking. Yeah that was that was that was interesting but it was like pretty amazing to see like what did it feel like. I know I know what it feels. Like to have like a a hit podcast on the on the outside. What did it feel like inside Inside we was. We was oblivious to all that you know So the only way we knew what was going on was when when I started getting letters from colleges serve Classrooms in high school like letters from all the students talking about out This podcast discussing certain things in it and it was like this is really you know taking taking his own courses like going places. I never even thought about you. Know How much mail before before your your hustle. Like how much mail would you get so per week prior prior to ear hustle. You know I got the average male from family members uh-huh every now and again you know people you know right people people right you you know You can call so I usually get pictures from family members and friends you know maybe maybe two letters week or something like that and it went from like two letters a week aac to maybe fourteen weeks to twenty a week to. I can't keep up. You know to like big you know when you in prison. You won't problems like you WANNA be able to know. Have too much out of it. You WanNa have stuff to do you dream of you know getting bag letters and you know and and you even here like of you can hear about. The one guy has a few guys on death row. Scott Peterson with one of them. You get a bag. It's like damn the letters really driven but D- And when you star getting all these letters that's like Oh man you want to respond to everybody. Bridges digits becomes like. Oh man it's just coming in coming in coming here and I was trying to respond to everybody to and it was getting hard but the main people I was more likely to respond onto was the high school classrooms. They used to write the college classroom. Today's to ride to students used to writing. DNA were doing papers and then they were talking about stuff that was so over over my head date and broke down these episodes and I'm like wow I'm I'm I'm this is becoming a learning session for me. You know yeah the so so that that's happening. 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