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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

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Harry Maguire and Reece James sent off as England lose to Denmark at Wembley

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 7 months ago

Harry Maguire and Reece James sent off as England lose to Denmark at Wembley

"Harry Maguire managers are get booked twice in the space of half an hour reese James Manages to get sent off after the final whistle and England lose at home to Denmark. Chose Maguire's having a rough time. Do you blame him or do you blame the managers who keep playing him? To start. Button, ready with United Against Peres I thought that was even worse with England on on Wednesday night I mean why is going on? There's a second yellow card he tackles with his left foot right-footed. Like maybe I don't know. But even just defy. Logic of anything and he's just I think he needs a break. I think you need to stop playing for a while. I think just needs to refocus reenergize just just having breakfast just stop do something. To do something bit, don't play with united at the weekend against to. Surly doppler with united. against. Chelsea and Aston, which are the next to. Premier League. I think it could get worse. Okay. But I agree with you on the wire but should we be called? I know we all love Gary Southgate because he's not very nice guy you don't like him. Till you're going to blame him as well for. What Clearly you can see that. Lacks confidence lacks form likes pretty much everything. Much much fitness sharpness everything what you play him was you pay me in the game night. This were already you were not good against bedroom, for example and not. Even McGuire and then you play in a game like this again I i. think you need a break I think everybody can see it and I just hope you get say for his own sake I will say this about southgate because we're seeing the same film that unwound with every single previous in England coach. Everybody jumped on the bandwagon. So great it's love show good whether at the time was competitor happened with hearts and Ericsson and then all of a sudden they turn on him and totally go the other way. Observe Gab look at the last four games, your food not run.

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"reese james" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"reese james" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"Let's talk about our man of the match and we were getting pretty close to the time where we had to do this because otherwise, we would have sounded crazy here on Chelsea Mike saying this was coming, but you can see him hunting for it trying to be a little bit more aggressive in. Going for gold, we know in that boot, there is magic from Reese James. We saw a goal that you look you can't count on that goal all the time that is a special moment, and it's already a goal the year contender from reese. James and hopefully, there is stiff competition from his own teammates in that regard but this player in the attack is special special and there was Another special player at that same position, a former Chelsea player and Tariq Lamti who made it appearance in a memorable personal match from last year Lam ass for transfer. Why? Because of what you saw from Reese James he realized there wasn't a True Path to first team minutes as long as reese James lived and breathed and a special player. This is quite the weapon if he can improve. In, the offensive aspects of that came and maybe he doesn't if he can give you what he gives you in the attack with a little bit more consistency man do Chelsea had a very special weaponry shames and match experience is going to allow him to grow in that defensive area playing in a back line with Tiago Silva will help him grow and develop and if he can give. You goals on top of that maybe even he ends up in trial Arnold, territories taking free kicks from that kind of range because he's such a good striker of a ball, he's always going to get you good crosses down that right hand side and good service. But I think one of the things that we look towards last season is those individual moments of quality that got victories it. Just didn't seem like Chelsea had those in them and I think in this game getting one from Reese James is a sign that maybe you will see more of those and weeks to come and say, all right. This doesn't look Great Brighton of equalize. We need a moment and reach James gave you a moment and already has given you a goal this season candidate and Chris more excited. About what I didn't see in that match. Then when I saw this is why the whole three one victory at Brighton has me so happy because I know in my mind what Chelsea's first team should look like at least what the experts think you mean it tell me Chelsea you're going to be going up matches where it's re shames lining up on the same side as a team. And then the pace and skill on the.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

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"reese james" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"reese james" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"In a season make or break moments, and when you have a top four battle this tight and look I understand everyone's going to favor as united in that match I've grown to trust notch rusting Manchester United every time I think I got them figured out. They do something perplexing I picked Manchester United in this match I just think that that attack is overwhelming. What I didn't anticipate was Chelsea punching them in mouth, and only under sole Shar being so worried about what Frank Lampard would do that. He betrayed what got him to the dance? I didn't understand it. This is a manager that's been starting the same starting eleven famously now since a restart. Away from that and I know that he already did the Josie Marina move of planting the seeds of well. It's unfair. They've had two more matches Razan. I appreciate. The Gamesmanship I I'm from the school. Marino I get it, but most people were picking Manchester United in this match. You couldn't help but pick Manchester United, not just on recent form, but in their matchups recently they've absolutely own. Chelsea I am so stoked. They did this without politic. They did this without Colo content. Hopefully they are back mid week against Liverpool, but let us concentrate a little bit more on this match. Starting Eleven, we go to a back three that three five hybrid with Alonzo and Reese James on the wings. We haven't really seen reese James in this role because he hasn't been fit the time set frank, Lampard called on it restrains. Going forward is a revelation, not just. Just the crosses, but he had some attempts on goal. That were quite impressive to Heya was there to Heya Oh my God. How're oh? Oh, we'll talk about Mesa Mount in a second, but let us praise reese James deservedly so Chris. How do you rate this performance from one reese James? It was sensational and I agree that maybe the system you've got to fullback slash wingbacks that might be better in the system, which is why you might see it more because you talk all the time about Marcus Alonzo being better in this kind of setup, although he didn't make his impact felt, we generally know that's where he's better and I think reese James allows him to not really have to focus so. So much on the distribution aspects of it, and it's not quite as defensive focused as traditional fullback position would be, and you're right just threw himself. About was great in the pressing getting into those areas to measure crosses and shots as well. I just felt like he did. It was a very little things kind of performance. We talk all the time about his opportunities to get assists and create chances, but it was very little. Things win the ball off of man united players make them uncomfortable and keep possession moving in a way that we just haven't seen from recent restart so I agree with you a lot of plaudits and social media and well-deserved yet. There's been some talk maybe Reece's place in. In the squad is in so settled given how this performances have been as of late, but we keep hammering those crosses or all world. You can't just take that for granted and today. He showed you his own versatility. There has been some talk of even just putting him as a defensive midfielder Frank Lampard on values, versatility and malleability because he himself as a manager does that he's not married to a certain system. He's just married to winning Chris. Let's talk about the handsome man. The handsome man that Mike Golic do near dub so the lesson. Let's be honest. Michael Junior didn't invent calling ligation. Rueda handsome man. He's been called that for the better part of thirty years, but the handsome man. Totally changes. The complexion came Chris you and I thought for sure this would be a first forty five minutes of to teens feeling each other out new formations..

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VAR Gives Chelsea the Blues

ESPN FC

12:36 min | 1 year ago

VAR Gives Chelsea the Blues

"Interesting way do we stop for today's game because obviously massive result for Manchester United but it feels like a match that was defined by those decisions looking table. Five points on the ninth and seventy arsenal as everybody. Back into the mix is for where we start. Just go over a few things quickly. Chelsea one one in six in the League manager having a brief please exacly the goalkeeper again. Well they copy understaffed that again. We'll talk about the reasons not plan. You may say definitely has You know gives you the confidence. Go Cuban behind you and really copier was way over his left for the false goal. Checks cut score struggle scoring. And all the good play on the English officiate in Var is just an absolute utter shambles on talk without you say the afterward this because it did win. The point through them chronic. Let's start with the Harry. Maguire one McGuire off the game said basically he could see by try was falling on him so he put his leg up to stop him falling on a guy who set off given some story to make it to make it sound reasonable decision. They made the truth. Does he kicked caught by. Its Way and a painful position and I don't understand the controversy because it's straightforward any normal human being anybody who's entity football should see that surveyed cow then. He's not given as a joke. Mate rarely the head of the p. g. m. oil an England. The referees should fall on has sold off the back of vest season alone onto the Taylor was at referee that Raffray game when hung homeland son was sent off. That was he missed that one as well but it was officiated by Var. It was very similar. Motion Offi win because as a dispiriting. Navarre is the crux of the matter. Here because antenna Taylor said it. Before as the on field official the game should be refereed by the onfield official. He was in a game he was with instant. Harpen five yards from the monitor from the very thing. That might really doesn't want the referees to go and look because it's taken up too much time it was five yards from the Monitor. It can poke the Cross and then a concession decision between the cows I mean as frightened the stubbornness and ignorance of these officials in England. Just a quick poll from the boys. Frank Red card view on Harry Maguire. Yes of course. I have nothing to say more than what the Guy said you know? I've been a defender and you you ego works when when in fact somebody pushes you and you get out and the funding start to to laugh at you and you have a reaction. And that's exactly what McGuire. He was upset but it goes but surely pushed him and the and when he saw me kicked him stretch his leg and he's a straight red card. We go a little bit. Further than Craig is going is the guy who washed the war. Don't understand football in never played football. If he would have played football it would have understand that it was a clear foul from McGuire. Read one hundred percent I think Russia is on and it was his decision in the first half as well which was real bizarre. One when William Yellow Car took Puno Fernandez on dropped the shoulder. Tony little step over went to the byline clear. Foul and the referee gave will end the yellow card for diving and it was almost an and the boys are absolutely right and Craig's absolutely spots on it. That was the perfect chance for Anthony. Taylor who's a couple of yards away from the monitor just to go and double check just freeze on sanity. If you like just to double check the situation it was a definite kick out higher. Guan Yu exactly what he was doing and it was. I think it's I think it's clear everyone. That was a clear red card. What about the disallowed goal in the second half that we saw? Chelsea thought they made the breakthrough dawn thing thought the again the guy is sitting there in Vr. And the and the decision when it's when it's fast and furious all young girls of it and it was very easy to spot and I don't know what the solution is because these are easy decisions. Sometimes I feel as you should have a next pro. You know in your room but it doesn't really make any sense saying I'm calling myself because the guys inveigh Autzen. I would see quite clearly see that Fred was the first one that pushed asprilla Quetta. He then falls into into Brandon Williams and then everyone assumes up Brandon Williams is being fouled but the first foul and the first push came from from Frank de agree. I totally agree. I think the guy in the wars wearing the Manchester t shirt in. Because if you don't WanNa see McGuire you cannot avoid seeing what Fred did. Fred pushed spirit. Who didn't have anything to do? But Pushing William so it's nonsense of course nature desk grace eight because I was. I'm a former Jesse. Players have people who are GONNA say he wants to defend Chelsea. None of which you did. Well they were courageous APPREC-. They did a good pressure pressing on my on. Chelsea deplete very well that game but the ref give them the game. The Ref the guy in of all the revenue done look at the Monitor but the Guy Lavar give them begin in this way. Like with sat here for guys discussing the same incident and it's rare where everybody agrees so wholeheartedly about it. Sometimes you could say well I could. Maybe see what the officials saw here but on this occasion and it's not anti united buyers or anything like that it just seem well day the officials you have to accept we brought br vow was brought in so the decisions that were that. Were wrong the maiden such. It's not decision would be fixed. We get VR and somebody looking at that monitor. Still can't see it. There's nowhere else to go and this is. This is what was stolen. And we've seen a lot of people crying vars ruining the Game Games gone. But this isn't vast phone if you're showing an official what we've all seen and he comes to that conclusion as that's nothing to do with David. Technology is to do with human interpretation. This is a simple debate. Whether you're wearing a red shirt of mandated as a foreigner a Bushel of jealousy. This is this is not. This is an impartial debate. Because it's so simplistic and the decisions. No when we were watching the Zuma goal I think we all say they're going to chop off because that's what it lake no that the reason technology here's is for people like us and people like the referee and people that support the whole when the effect of CD something as technology goes Bot and goes. Oh Ho. Let's clarify. There's something else in there and as soon as we saw push we all went. Well he's pushed anti is going is going to give the goal. Yeah and when he doesn't flabbergasted let me go back to your point or colleague made us not here and I'm not having to go with a discussion with VR and looking at monitors six months ago and Preto. An jokingly said we have to get used to looking at monitors referee and looking at replays. Now for what the hell was it talking about here but as it turns out the saw the job the saw think when it comes to understanding as an AFO that was right. Yeah these primarily griff rhys who by the way no it'd be seen at the two thousand eighteen World Cup because they were good enough cannot even luke a replay and give a sensible decision. That's a worry and the so-called dancers league in the world governing in France. They are worse than that. So it's a big forum. I think reference the afternoon out to understand football and the tricks of the players. Okay away from officials way from von. Let's talk about the significant this significance of this result Song Chelsea. Yeah because as you mentioned Kappa dropped again batch y starting when he just looks completely out of form as you're at least gave you a little something when he came off the bench. Justice called the government. We Chelsea goalkeeper is crystal clear. That Frank Lampard has a beef with CAPA-. I believe I understand. He wants he doesn't like him. I'm not as it doesn't seem as a goalkeeper. It doesn't think is good enough and he wants a moat. The Chelsea worried that if she held a fortune on this guy and hence the massive. So there's a fight going on what literally speaking as a fight between lobbing the ball that moment so when you do that then because clearly. It's so tight that you're gonNA have to play your best players. I mean she may finish in the top five. Or so yeah. It's it's Monday so when you make that fight with the bald as it seems to be winning because when you're not winning games you put yourself under more pressure on. That's an interest will cape what was going to come back and today then I'm not saying that's why be loss but he's a clear fi on with the ball that jail if they don't want to financial laws and he signed these road. That's fine when you winning games regular then not moment. Hammond and I talked to be creek. What an argument about whether y plays as you replace a was well the truck by the door by Schwab hustled a goal knauss two games and because he stand he's GonNa start him false quick said to me that is mental. If you want to get in the top four and you play your best. Yeah no I argued still will argue about it but what you cannot argue about. Its when you're putting somebody like Caballero and ahead of kappa. The difference between by Schwab is minimal in my opinion but the difference between Caballero and Carepa is a car and you saw in the forest goal show is a hundred percent all the B. B. Stable. Not play the best people got it done. Frank Lampard twentieth fats. During wrong he is content. There was a number things than I did. The kappa one's a bizarre one. Because the guys are right. It doesn't fancy kept. The middleman is obviously a check who's think sporting director or performance coach. I think one of the very highest level. So he's obviously in favor of capital because he finds Zuma's Gawky thinks he's really good despite a record fee for him so that's where that's where the dilemmas coming from on the pitch tonight thought competition with Suppo the best part but Chelsea was so imbalanced down the left hand. Side Reese James. Spent it right back enough. Liquid applied at left back and every time they went down the left inside cutting back on his right foot and you know. Lonzo is sitting on the bench tonight. So it's easy. In hindsight brothel. There was a guy. Maybe you could have bought one for more balanced and does your rude. Botch y wants a massive debate. Why because of his legs and what you can offer 'em behind is a midfield player. You'd WanNa play Giroud all day long. Because he's a good presence holds the ball really well and you bring these Midfield Plaza into the game. Meanwhile voiced. We've got to give credit. You GotTa sign for Bridge you win. No matter what the officials or whatever happens you got the job done and you all very much rate champions. They go and the race teams ray so say And they're one of them It's not a great Jason. Black has to be said in Chelsea showing cracks. The interesting thing is we've we've been very critical of has been critical socio the front paws. GonNa if he doesn't get this team from that position they were in over the

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Kanji of the year reflects disasters that battered Japan in 2018

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:20 min | 2 years ago

Kanji of the year reflects disasters that battered Japan in 2018

"Into the next year because I mean, given that this one means disaster or misfortune, that's sort of feels like a bit of an unfortunate way to start off the new year. Summing up of the year and Japan is had an extraordinary year. We've had typhoons incredible heat wave in the summer. And there have been financial scandals the economy contracted, I think people just felt this this current to really either let's put that year to bed. It's it's not about looking into the future. You know? I mean last year's character was north Kita and that was about North Korea, which dominated the news agenda at that point. So it's just really a reflection of what what is being about people being talking about an and and it's been a succession of sorry to say, but has been a succession of disasters. So I mean, you've this one's obviously not not a great one last year's also contents. Have we seen many is chosen that have actually been quite positive quality? Cheerful. They didn't have to be cheerful. I think there's something quite sort of poetic about it. You know, people are not afraid of the the the disaster. It it sort of some things up quite nicely. So I don't think people will see it as a bad thing. And you know. In fact, I think really it means that we're looking forward to the next year and every year people get quite interested in this thing. And I think you know, across Japan, people do want to know, you know, I think they did vote for it. So they they also agree. So for them, it seems quite as sort of a positive and the early well facing the facts copy such a bad thing. Then as long as that's what we're doing monocle Tokyo bureau chief Yona Wilson, thanks for joining us here on the briefing that does bring us to the end of today's program. It was produced by Reese, James and researched by your lingo fan Gabrielle, della Santi, a Nick money's I'll studio manager was Sarah miles. Now, do join us full the briefing at the very same time tomorrow, I'll be back with you for that program as well. And due to union to Midori house today that's live at eighteen hundred here in London thirteen hundred if you're listening in New York, I'm Ben Ryland. That's the briefing by for now.

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Explainer 142: Who are the DUP?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 142: Who are the DUP?

"Democratic Unionist Party was founded in Northern Ireland in the nineteen seventies against a backdrop of extreme political violence. The loyalist groups finder the firebrand Reverend in paisley at Longview, the campaign for greater rights for Northern Ireland's Catholic population is a free night did island. It was an idea. He hated and evaluate never to share power with. Heard tells. God. Say. Problem. Indeed, it would be fair to say that the DP renamed for the progressive politics. They've consistently oppose the European Union gay rights and the Boertien. Also, the only party who refused to sign up to this story. Good Friday agreement in one thousand nine hundred eight which ended thirty years of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland. The principle of consent is absolute and is throughout the agreement. And the breakthrough is that that is now accepted by all north and south the DP eventually reneged on its promise never share power with Republicans in two thousand seven the party, which was still led by impatiently from the coalition with equally hotline Republicans shin. Fain paisley became Northern Ireland's first minister and the former array commander Martin McGuinness became his deputy. They were nicknamed the chuckle brothers. Have you told me some time ago? But I have is standing here to take this office. I would have been totally on the leaving. It's strange that the two men who did so much petuous the long conflict able to work together for peace in the late two years the pace mcginnis and no longer alive and power-sharing has once more which impasse in Northern Ireland. The DP is now in the hands of the former solicitor and lifelong unionist all in foster and the days when we were plagued by terrorism and decisions affecting our fits and our futures were taken far away. I could not have dreamt that I would be in this position today is it any wonder that in politics either. Leave nothing is impossible the United Kingdom's lash gem election proved that nothing is impossible. The Prime Minister Theresa may made a calamitous decision to hold them when she didn't have to and in short lost majority. It means she never relies on the support of the DP ten members of parliament to properly the government. The prime minister spoken with me this morning, and we will enter discussions with the conservatives to explore. It may be possible to bring stability turn issue at this time of great challenge. Thank you very much to numerous in this statement to say that the deal between MRIs May's conservative party and all in forces DP is problematic. It's cool to confidence and supply agreement. It means that the P gives the Tories votes in return for extra funding for Northern Ireland. For the party's db. Awesome. Hey to proceed over Brexit. Indeed, Theresa May's draft agreement with the European Union is unacceptable to the DP. Northern Ireland alone would align with the block single-market, meaning new regulate trade barriers between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. This is a red line for the DP you claim it could damage the integrity of the union with the rest of the U K. We have to do something to show our displeasure what we did tonight with we abstained the number of votes, we voted with report at one vote. None of them have financial consequences, by the way. But all of them were designed to send a political message to the government. Look, we've got an agreement with you. You've got to keep your side of the bargain, otherwise feel obliged and that was the DP semi Wilson. Explain why his party failed to back the UK government on recent vote in Westminster. It could be a sign of wish to come from. Mrs may her own party is at best lukewarm on Brexit plans. And with the support of the deal. Ep. There is a real risk. She could be forced from power just months before the UK set to leave the European Union. For multiple twenty four. I'm Reese, James.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"What was the reaction being like to this elements by the way to say that, I think you so irritated as well. Yeah, it's a of the shoulders from the Belgians and fury across the press gallery here in Brussels. And you might argue, well where where privileged people participating in a privileged dialogue and of course things cost money. I think it's more the principle that if you're going to Levy something like this, you need to do with people with a strong evidence base. You don't just stick your finger in the picking number and then forget to tell people the new system. Have you come across anything like this before? No, I haven't. I don't pay to go to the board economic forum in double. I never been discriminated against as journalists like this. It's a, a free press usually comes with free access, and that's one of the basic conditions of the democratic discussion, and that's what makes this unusual. What do you reckon will happen? Next is thirty chose? Does the bills authorities would actually lift this Fay? Will they have baked into the Royal decree that they could reduce the charges? So I think they may come up with some scenario that says, well, we'll do it on an annual basis or they'll come up with. A more efficient system and say, we were just our own cost. So we're just the cost to you. Oh, maybe they'll give a discount. So the freelances I think there is room to maneuvre on the situation, but they, they certainly aren't about to retracted Assyrian. So the fee will be hundred euros a year. I'm wondering, Ryan. Where would you rather spend thus amounts of money in Belgium? I would rather spend it on the chocolate was good quality ice cream to be honest, maybe chocolate the bad idea in this sort of temperature, but also put it into better quality journalism. If I've got five hundred euros to cover summit, I'm going to put it into bed equality microphones. I'm going to put it into some kind of interesting staging, the audience not handed over to the security of those Feb that was Ryan Hayes from politico, thank you very much for joining us in the program and thus awful. This addition of the briefing, it was produced by Reese James and research to buy healing af-. Julia Webster, the amount of she was Christie Evans. This is back. Tomorrow at the same time. Meanwhile do join entry beautiful today's edition of Midori house alive at eighteen hundred London time. Thirteen hundred interro Margot safe ex-police Ning by now..

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"In that so one of the program's going to be offered we'll be in indigenous governance so taking advantage of the expertise in yukon's eleven selfgoverning first nations in fact which is really cool the second will be a business degree focused on operating in remote communities and the third will be in northern studies so traditional knowledge culture history and the current situation of people living up north of note the other two universities in the north or territories rather than the north nunavut and the northwest territories will carry on with a more traditional model of being partnered with schools in the south expanding their programs and degree offerings looking at governance resource managing management culture and the hope is that they'll attract more people from abroad and more investments so they can continue to grow these universities and one would expect one of the greatest benefits will be the fact that all of these people weren't need to go trekking through the snow just to get university anymore exactly well there still will be a lot of snow but perhaps their facilities and and the programs that they're taking we'll keep them interested in staying in the north yeah yeah chilly stuff that it's okay he's you know they'll have to invest in some decent hating and maybe a nice thing well articles daniel bauge things very much for taking us through that story that's all four today's edition of the briefing it was produced by reese james and researched by your lean guff own and limit lemke okamoto else manage oh walls christie evans the briefing is back at the same time tomorrow now do join andrew molo for today's edition of the dory house he'll be joined by florence biedermann and robot fox that's live at eighteen hundred if you're listening here in london thirteen hundred if you'll in new york my name is ben ryan thank you very much for joining us by for now

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Well again how tough is the competition when it comes to say electric guitars well it's very tough i mean i got nice if there such things cheap chinese imports of them show that always have been i figure i figure that these these these things look very expensive the higher up the echelons you get the more you more you can invest in these sorts of things i think it's probably is probably competitive within the two within a few top top flight makes like gibson fender etc but you you're going to have either one or the one or two of those one of the two of those guitars also the kind of the idea of hero worship and kind of you wanna you wanna use what you'll heroes us whether you're kind of whether your guy having a midlife crisis in the spare room and wigging out with your ear phones on with one of these things that cost you five grand you could have bought convertible or whatever it is there is there is an essence of of great brand win as an importance of the brand i didn't think this one will be we'll be together complete rack and ruin do you have your own gifts and what she wants now i've got a prince tennis racket which tends to stand in for the guitar and house parties down in black haith excellent anytime you won't marcus i was very good thank you very much that was more monaco's robot bound and that's all for this addition of the briefing here in london it was produced by reese james and researched by a yawning affair and onto our johnnie our studio manager was christie evans the briefing is back tomorrow at the same time do remember join andrew miracle today's edition of midori house that is live at eighteen hundred london time thirteen hundred in new york i am marcus in thanks for listening and by now.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"You got to be thinking who you're asking whereas in madrid thing is just being a success you know that people really get involved so there was a to throw between them which is really fascinating the in the end can you always trust the public to do the right thing you mentioned lunch coming up andrew of course i'm sure some people looking forward to that any interesting chatter you're looking forward to this afternoon well we certainly intend to kind of grab a few of the people here who is speaking the softer noon we we also wanted to catch up with martin barrier guy with too many times who runs the organization could recite they're a big promoter of the world of of an his medical john roussin who's you running this event but was was interesting is it as a another really interesting guy who is hit talking about an organization called space hive now this is an open platform that lasts for citizen participation and he was telling us the almost most city governments in the uk have already taken up use of his platform and numerous decis and now being made through it so we talk about is this going to happen without us noticing actually become very embedded in local government throughout the uk and as she throughout the world all right thank you for this andrew were certainly looking forward to hearing more of the czech aways from the crowd sourcing the city event that is monica editor andrew tuck there and that's all for the this edition of the briefing produced by reese james research by yolene fan and megan atkinson our studio manager behind the glass sarah miles today the briefing back tomorrow at the same time join tom edwards for majori house that's live later today eighteen hundred london time thirteen hundred in toronto i'm daniel h goodbye.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Indeed from kaliningrad devos talk by road it simply wasn't possible before then even now the you're talking about two most way you're talking about roads which are actually percy primitive in quite difficult to navigate google i mentioned there you're there actually are driving instructions from point to point we think of russians generally in the west of the country you mentioned the metropolitan areas spending their money heading abroad beach resorts and things like that but to russians tempt to travel in their own country with those obstacles you mentioned well then you to do less i think they do now i mean now in the way this the choice if you want the some you go to egypt if you won't west to go to powers london new york but increasingly there is an interest in finding out discovering every of what real russia and bits of siberia including the nsa river to white water rafting also adventure things going down into the mountainous areas bordering central asia there are now all sorts of promoting discover your own country so i think there's a bit more of that going on especially among younger generation okay thank you for this mary i myself would love to plan a journey on that transsiberian railway i mentioned we shall leave it there thank you for joining us and that is it for this dishes of the briefing produced by reese james research by link offen our studio manager sarah miles the reading is back tomorrow at the same time join enter molar fort majori house that's live at eighteen hundred here in london thirteen hundred in new york city i'm daniel beach goodbye.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"So we do make that effort regionally it's important to to have arabs talk about arab affairs that europeans talk about european affairs often its and i believe it's lazy it is very easy to get the western male commentator voice on the air because it's just easier and we try not to their i wanted to ask you one quick question about achieving news in the world that we live in again of there's so much to consume ntb a sometimes just that voice in the background how do you produce good journalism and discussion and get people to pay attention i think it's the old fashioned recipe it's good writing mainly the difference between a boringly worded or craze tease for instance the big big challenge for television uses how'd you get someone's attention oftentimes people watch without the sound on so you're banners what we call banners and funds have to be compel getting people to to continue to pay attention after commercial break is very difficult so a very well written script on television i think attracts people i know as a television news consumer i stick around for certain anchors whose turn of phrase his way of saying things his presentation appeals to me there's the other thing that's very important i think is that a news anchors entire job is to you want the viewer to let you into their intimate space for just a few minutes a day to tell them what you think is important that day your presentation needs to be engaging needs to be borderline you know friendly you need to look people straight in the eye and not shy away sometimes from saying things the way they are my conversation they're worth hella garanti from cnn international and that's all for this addition of the briefing produced today by reese james and research by guy loots and james kitchen our studio manager was christie evidence the briefing back tomorrow at the same time joined enter muller later on monocled 24 four majority house that's live at.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Yeah it's it's a course that you can do online anyone can do it it's free so that begun arkansas seeing on abassi i think it it's a twomonth course um but it's all about sustainability in fashion sorry i'm in carrying has been really interesting i mean carrying as a company during exceptionally well at the moment announce more record record profits on the back of brands such as gucci and they have these brands in this stable that are in a good she's ge racing outset going for free um stella mccartney who this sort of breaking off she break from carrying but she's famous the sustainability pioneer and i just think it's really interesting he met there the launching a school basically they want to make sure that everyone is is kind of wellversed on what sustainability means i think it's one of those things in the fashion mode an even generally where it's this kind of buzz word but in terms of when you break down would actually means in fashion what it means the terms of sourcing of the supply it such was so i think the fact that that kind of backing this is an interesting move his a challenge for jamie aiden twenty seconds what do we need to know if we're looking ahead fashion week season looking at the milan uh a couple of brands content yet maybe ferreting so i mean gucci is the the the sharia that everyone is talking about it's happening tomorrow night that koets schori as i said i've announced recordbreaking prophets really changing the industry at the moment and i think all eyes will be on them that was ten seconds he's pretty good chamie waters thanks for joining us here on the briefing will him all for jamie as the fashion weeks continue that's all for this edition of the program which was produced by reese james and research by guy let's and stephanie secure australia manager was definitely sarah miles my name is still might was di tutti and at the same time tomorrow for more from us but for me to moderates for now goodbye.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"With reese james about finland's close relationship with namibia you're listening to medical 24 body at bottom yeah let's head to wellington in new zealand now for this week's edition of tool stories we take a look as a particular wing of the country's parliament building his club urban talking about the beehive they are his achievement to shaven they nar's forty four that's the moment new zealand past the gay marriage bill in parliament than spectators in the gallery broke into a madi love zone the footage went viral and put new zealand's paliament building into the limelight marriage amendment though food rada i understand once labelled the fed ugliest building in the world and disquieten looked like a slide predictor that fell on awaiting cake that fell on a water will the executive wing of the new zealand parliament buildings has been commonly called beehive right from its inception in the mid six days located at the northern end of lambs and k wellington the full buildings that make up new zealand's parliament have little as they say or architecture coherence these the ivorian neoclassical style parliament house from nineteen twenty two the gulf that revival style library boat and eighteen ninety nine the 22 story high bowen house n years since 1991 and the bay hive the most recognizable of the clutter a brutal list circular construction resembling a wedding cake built in stages from 1960 nine two 1979 now why we've always called at the bay hive depends on who you ask some say the name came about because the building resembles that of a traditional woven form of beehive in as escape.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Give them a abs has a one nine hundred investment analyst from over one hundred different conference in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing the freshest thinkers in the world of finance today no one has mall no one knows small due to find out how we can help you contact us just a car uh just coming up to nineteen minutes plus the top of the la you're listening to the globalist on monocle 24 with me to tina godwin we thought we'd conclude this week series by providing you with some fun facts about the world's weird and wonderful sports stadiums the sports writer and brokaw's the tom williams has been telling monaco's reese james about some of his favorites somewhat surprisingly the world's largest stadium is in north korea and it's the run grando mayday stadium which has the capacity of one hundred and fourteen thousand which makes it not just the biggest football stadium in the know universe for the biggest sports stadium of any kind although having said that although he stages some of the north korea national teams home games it's predominantly used four elaborate pro regime festivals as also with was i was the only football stadium in the world with a capacity exceeds one hundred thousand nextbiggest his company woo home of course of barcelona and that comes in at just over ninety nine thousand two pre enormous stadium then and of all the will stadiums which one do you think he's the strangest would you think that there are feed i've got some kind of quickie ought features several candidates here i'm going to flag up the estado when the see powell de braga in portugal which is called of a quarry and if you've ever seen a manshat involving braga on tv one of the goals backs onto this shia cliff face an stadium is nicknamed up at dreux which means the quarry in portuguese and you travel from the two stands other side of the page via a set of walkways underneath which is why interesting there's also the study on volvach in belgrade eat the home of fk volvach which sits on top of shopping center that was any bill and about the lasts loss five years associates 24 meters above ground level shopping center underneath football on top.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"If this an isolating quality to the fog whether natural or manmade inclines howlers work ingram marshall chooses to recognize another faucet of it a contemporary classical composer based in the bay area he's long used the fog and the dampening of the atmosphere that it brings with it as a source of inspiration his notable set of fog tropes compositions play with the silence of fog horns in the mist at once lonely and a source of reassurance as the waves beneath the golden gate bridge rollcall it'll fishing boat in the falk the captain revs up the engine once again and we begin heading back tonight but as we turn a fiqah emergence through the vein of the mixed accounts efa coughing and low through the way youths dragged by the breeze out of the gray and towards the sunlight on the other side of the bridge the fog in san francisco it seems is never once kept for long oh thanks to tomas lewis for today's episode to hear the full version of the urban est make sure you tune into the program today at 1900s london time or download it wherever you get your podcasts and that's all for this edition of the briefing it was produced by reese james unresearched by guy alerts and sephiha almahdi our studio manager was george madonna the briefings back tomorrow at the same time join andrew mullah former dory house live at 1800 here in london that's 1300 in new york i metal lagat thanks very much for listening and goodbye.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Fit the universe at the film without feeding like it's making a point of being russian is more incidents of they just happens to be set in russia and 1950 free rather than forcibly putting in things that people recognize eyes russian see so have shots at the kremlin enough for example but you don't feel like we're being sign posted as this is not kremlin you're in russia now but it's just trying to post up out of the research to make it feel real that's the thing the incredible about the story in what was going on his very macabre very dog grotesque society that they had the unloaded things where you'll go on i was so glad you made that up actually no that genuinely happened the film starts with bill orchestra playing on the right joe stalin wants the recording they hunger recording they have to milk the doors to stop the origins leaving the conductor is so fruitful and panicky the he policies outs they needs ganga now the conductor and this all happened in in france in reality the second could not so was too drunk so that's got third could not so so is actually meal ridiculous than we have in the film you might look at the film and think that is just hilarious but offer it's based on truths david schneider owns visa fellows go royces off the death of stalling which arrives in a cinema said this week they were speaking to monaco's been roman tune in to the full addition off the cinema sir later today that he says it's when 200 london time mid day in san francisco and thus awful these sedition off the briefing it was produced by reese james and researched by henry sheridan and unissued elena our studio managed was george mcdonough the briefing is back tomorrow at the same time meanwhile do you remember to join its midwest's for today's edition of me dory house that he's alive us 1800 london time 1300 in new york or your motto sleeping thank you for listening and by for now.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The continuing our series on the media in transition now and we're off to france some of the country's biggest publications the doing what was once unthinkable teaming up with former competitors to fight off the threat posed by facebook and google so how does it work monaco's reese james has been speaking to a paris correspondent tom badghis will soon okay thank you joining this tom so france's biggest meteorite lisa making something of a stand against can gugel and facebook's digital advertising jewell play how are they doing well as as people know facebook and gugel all within the reach of billions of people and they've got a huge wealth of data and these two big john's the titans of digital advertising basically take around half of all the revenues worldwide now what's left off to those two is an extremely fragmented market in france is a good example of that because after facebook and gugel you've got dozens of much smaller players but no one even comes close to google facebook when it comes the digital advertising but that's until now and so what the what various a publishing outlets have decided to do is the joint forces of they have something that resembles of comparable size of of machine to compete against those two when it comes to the digital advertising proposition and telling clients that we have a reach not far off the reach of of the likes of and facebook and why they doing this but it is the only way that they can compete with them it says we here with highly visible we know the french market so advertise with us that's the message if you could tell us a little bit more about who's in these new light is to reach you'll have once they join forces.

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"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"reese james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Now this wiegelmann who 24 were looking at new media markets bloomberg has announce there's going to launch an arabic tv channel bought was the thinking behind it monaco's reese james has been speaking to law i'll ghazi whose an assistant professor of media at the london school of economics first of all it is product of an agreement with the saudi research and marketing group with bloomberg and it will be funded by the saudis actually and this marketing group is the largest in the mideast in terms of of media funding and media production and it has launched a very important newspaper in in the arab world which is very close to the saudi government so i think the launching of bloomberg arabic and its funding by the saudi group is indeed part of saudi policy and what is happening in saudi arabia these days is a lot of change whether we're talking about social change our economic change of course now everyone is talking about giving women the right to to drive but economically saudi arabia is opening up its economy it's undergoing massive privatization of various sectors in saudi arabia whether the the oil and gas sector also the the telecommunication what'd electricity this has been called vision 2030 in saudi arabia and obviously this is related to increasing the profile of of saudi arabia as as a as a place to do business and a place where the economy is open and having an arabic language a bloomberg tv a television that is.

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