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Science, Interrupted - lives, loves, labs upended by COVID19

Science Friction

08:20 min | 6 months ago

Science, Interrupted - lives, loves, labs upended by COVID19

"Welcome to science friction on the Tash Mitchell and this is science interrupted and possibly radio interrupted because I have a puppy snoring very audibly and loudly at my fate right now working from home folks. It's tremendously difficult to think of not of not finishing the work. It's tremendously difficult booking with. Todd's is always a race against time as your money formation but the majority of the information are actually Mike. God really this pandemic has swift in Lancaster. Nami hasn't gotten caught us. All by complete surprise wherein collective state of shock really and for many scientists so much at stake use of experiments field work results. Clinical trials patients students the lives of lab animals the consequences for so many Deeply personal and in some cases could affect the lives of thousands of others and other species too so today on the show. Three scientists with three. Clemson's how are you? How are you going? Yeah yeah good bevy. What's been over and I met this morning by spin. Had this zone call with a bunch of other people from Perth and she was basically lap. Hold us on. He's a roller coaster. Look to Paula. Magni won fame lab Australia competition last year. And she's a senior lecturer in forensic science at Murdoch University in Perth at my husband across line pharmacist in Perth so possibly meeting people affected by Kobe. Nine hundred every single day but right now Paul easing Singapore where she also works as deputy dean of Murdoch University's campus there. Her baby daughter with her and Shayna husband don't know when they'll be able to be reunited. He was going to be concerned. Who are going to be concerned as well but this is probably the best option for the moment. We hope that these are going to be only for a while but for the moment it is what it is and not say his daughter for very many many months. Yeah so they can see each other only by by video call. That is a huge gift. Imagine these happening ten years ago or more could be better than years ago but the situation is changing. So much isn't it? It's still very unclear what's going to happen with international flights around the world. Yeah absolutely impossible to make any predictions at the moment. Also because Australia is getting way better especially Western Australia. Because he's very much aware from every everybody else. Singapore is experiencing a second important peak of cases compared to other countries. We are leaving this situation pretty pretty well. Syncopal learned a lot from this SARS situation and we didn't have many cases at all until a few weeks ago when they borders. Were going to be closed. Many people from all over the world wanted to come back to Singapore and they came back or seek your Italian and the saints. Coming out of Italy of Bain very very distressing during this pandemic rot from early on. What does that make food for you and your family in Italy? I speak with them every day and I make sure that they have everything they need. I've managed to the to do online shopping for them from Singapore to have them home. My grandmother she turned ninety seven last week. And the she's safe and sound in a healthcare facility but this is the first time in live in which he doesn't see my mom my Auntie for more than two days in a row and they edge facilities at being locked down so yeah. It's an interesting learning curve for for the family and there's also a big exercise Of Trust for the words day in the facilities Singapore has now gone into a lockdown and polar and colleagues having to move really fast to put their university courses online. She's also supporting students around the world with their projects now influx and Maija grant application processes of import on pause to then this Horon Research. You'll work as a forensic scientist into an expert on many crime scene investigations in Italy. You're now doing forensic science research here in Australia. And you shared this curious photo with me of what you describe as your babies back in the land in Perth in Western Australia. And it had me totally intrigued. What is it a fraud all? So my baby's baby Bob Nichols not people say barnacles as babies about Research I USED NICHOLS FOR CLEVELAND. Investigation when aboard US found in a in aquatic environments in the Ocean. So because bunny goes at annoying. They attach on anything that he's flogging. It is underwater and they stuck on that we can identify what they Ya. So where is the body confront? From how long the bodies in water and also the journey the talk the body from the primary campsie what was dumped in the ocean to the place where the body was found so they can be very interesting but it is not that to do this kind of research. We need to have colonies of Barnacles in in the lab so we keep having them in in Aquaria but the they eat small because Kobe algae so we had to grow the algae as well. You can now go to the supermarket and Buy Balaji and beside that. I work input on seeking to. Malaysia is whether it is the study of insects and we have colonies of flos is in as well is very difficult to keep up with them with the colonies at the moment when a when they laboratories have been shot because often of the issue that is going on. It's incredible work so you've got. These baby barnacles back in the lab in Perth. And will they die because the I guess? Barnacles barnacles one concern but there are labs all over the world with experimental animals of all shapes sizes and varieties and species from Retz to mice and onwards barnacles to that possibly going to be compromised or cold. Because of this global shutdown. I will say maybe the research would be compromised. The life of the of the animal is probably not because all the university have the ethical necessity of looking after all the animals that they have so all. The university have in place measures to look after all the animals in the different labs. I was a bit dramatic because I miss my babies. I guess when I think about my Banoco sometimes you feel like what he's the. Utd All my job in the big scheme in the big picture of things really for researchers. Like me probe's is a big wakeup call about the the importance of your search but at the same time that the world is big and many other things are important on a different scale. So I remember the first had with Bundy cars and the head. The mother of this guy that was found on the shore there was crying on this loss and I was the only personal gather information that could give a piece bring justice to this family bring closure to the victim so these another victim. He's not a cove in nineteen victim but my research he's

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"tash" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"tash" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:29 min | 8 months ago

Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions

"Are talking this hour about the verdict handed down yesterday in the case against Harvey Weinstein. And what if any work remains to be done in the metoo movement and whether or not yesterday's verdict was a watershed moment in the metoo movement? I'm joined by a team. Goss graves. She's president and CEO of the National Women's Law Center and co-founder of Times Up Legal Defense Fund and joining us. Now from New York is Jodi Kantor. Jody along with her colleague. Megan twohey both from the New York. Times they are Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporters who first broke the story about Harvey Weinstein and his sexual harassment behavior to say the least Jodie and Megan are co authors of the two thousand eighteen book. She said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi Kantor welcome to on point. Glad to be with you so first of all I. Have you been in touch with many of the women who even speaking to over the years in the in the wake of the Weinstein verdict yesterday and if so what have they told you I had? I actually delivered the news. Tash Lee Judd. Yesterday I called her Emmy told her. I just really a few minutes after the guilty verdict. What had happened and she took a second and he just said this is the way it's supposed to be. This is the way it's supposed to be. And then what did? What did she mean by that? What more does she tell you? I think what team anticipated. Harvey Weinstein signature is lack of accountability. This is a man who manipulated people. Who PRESSURED THEM TO SIGN? Nondisclosure AGREEMENTS PAID PEOPLE OFF Often intimidated and threatened people according to numerous sources and former employees and the idea that he is finally facing accountability. I think meant a tremendous amount to different people. Some people felt closer people. Some people felt Satisfaction. But I think when you look at the power of me too. It's really accountability. That's driven the whole thing. The idea that there are consequences for this kind of behavior is what caused other people to come forward in the first place. Jodi you've been following this story for so long now. I wonder what you make. Of the fact that he was found guilty on those on those two counts against him but but not but not all of them. What's what is the the the implications of that. It was a mixed verdict. Which I think is actually pretty symbolic of me to that. It is very hard to resolve these issues in society and remember that the jury was charged with interpreting a lot of complicated questions about consent. This was by no means You know a sort of Straightforward set of allegations. And so. I think I think we as the Society of the lot of these jurors we ask them to go into a room and resolve things that the rest of us have not really worked out And the U. and Megan wrote a story just yesterday for the Times Following the the the verdict. And it you point out your remind us of the two thousand eighteen verdict against bill cosby the Cosby and the Weinstein verdicts taken together. Do you think that we're we're seeing a change in terms of as you're making put it end of story people's acceptance of the quote messy -ness of these kinds of cases and what it takes to prove? What happened in a court of law? That's the question I mean either. To very high profile cases but especially in the Weinstein trial part of the significance of the verdict comes from the fact that this was a really long shot case in a lot of ways. It was risky for the prosecutors. Some fellow prosecutors didn't even think the New York Attorney New York. Da was right to miss soured And so then the fact that they won this victory means that they may have done something to shift andries of sex crimes prosecutions and whose stories get hurt annoy only heavy for another minute or two more. Jodi because I imagine you're still very busy but there is no problem. I just WanNa ask you one last question. I mean as I'm just wondering if I could ask you to step just a hair outside your role as a as a reporter for a moment and just reflect with me on what this moment meant to you and to Megan in terms of all the work that you put in to do the investigations that drove this issue into the public mind. What does the verdict mean to you? Well thank you for asking. That mean when I would say is that the meaning of this work was clear to me from within the very first phone calls to the very first braves women who told us their stories and we did this work without knowing what we would find what we are others would uncover. What the extent of the allegations are now we can see crimes would turn out to be and we hit the way. Yeah whether Weinstein would be prosecuted or not and and and what would result from that prosecution? You do the story just to find the truth. Knowing the journalism may be the only form of count ability that he faces or knowing that it could lead to something more we'll Jodi cantor is the Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter for The New York Times Co author with Megan. Twohey of she said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi thank you very much. Thank you take care.

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Our AI Isn't Weird Enough Yet

You Did What Now?

09:39 min | 9 months ago

Our AI Isn't Weird Enough Yet

"Welcome to you. Did what now a podcast where we discussed stories and science and Tech Tech. Make US ask exactly that Harry one. Thanks for listening on your host. Stephanie Educator and science aficionado Michael Programmer Tech Guy. I've always talked about algorithms MM suffering and I. I just saw one yesterday though I saw one I gu photos law to they have an algorithm miseries. Stitching together photos. Is doing this doing that so so I don't know. Are you familiar with Google Photos Upload your photos there at all you all of my photos are there so I hope you're not going to tell me that my photos should not be there so I don't know about that voters in there so these things stitch together they'll see. This is the best shot. I'll try to smile. Goes where it puts the photos together and tries to you. Take seven of the same person and they'll try to give you that. Look the best shot of it or I'll make movies on the list of so one of the things that does is called Ben and now or like identify you from some years ago and stitch together with a with a pose that you just talk shows. I don't know how exactly how it works. I haven't dug into the but it like I find on the expressions are often similar. Like you're looking the same way to me. It's Kinda cool and it's something that's supposed to make you feel better or worse about yourself you eh. Just sort of like how things change a lot of the kids. The kids come locks take a billion pictures of the cancel. Show me one two years ago when they're doing something from the Christmas tree with. This is one of the Christmas drink but when I took recently they just sort of drives home. How stupid algorithms are and how easy and like how? We're not anywhere near you Larry. Learning how algorithms are stupid and that they don't really understand what you're doing. I took a picture. Just 'cause I wanted to Texas to somebody and it was easy to take a picture my screen than it was to find the photo on my phone own and text it so I took a photo of funny picture of my cousin or my two of my cousins sitting on the couch. And they're making the lyrics making kind of funny as one of them is about to take a bite so I took like a picture of that and I sent it to me sent to them just to get a laugh and whatever we laughed and Google photos auto uploaded it because my tax message APP with all this new photo which which is again. It didn't need to do that because they photo elsewhere but so today I got this little pop up saying then now. It's the same photos the photo I took a picture of with the picture sir. Hey these people remarkably similar right like it's it's funny because you think it's sort of it's weird. How sometimes aches and tell my kids are agent for the most part? I guess maybe just 'cause it's slow and it sees them step by step which you think he would identify these pictures even with the lighting slightly different that. Hey this is exactly the same. These these people are exactly the same age exactly the same pose that he went that it wouldn't be tripped up by it but it clearly was. I wonder if you could. Are you. Do Sir do those picture re-creations of when you you you're thirty years old and you try and recreate a picture of when you were you know three five and seven with your siblings. You're thirty thirty five and thirty seven and you're in the best of the big smile. Would it be able to recognize that as the same person I it should attack. Generally you haven't tags so yeah it should know that we'll say as things get better but it's still remarkably stupid and that's actually what I want to talk about today is how is weird. Dum Okay and you're and you're using those adjectives weird and dumb not just as like okay. You're judging it as like. Oh that's dumb. You're actually trying to say that it is stupid in nature. It's definitely stupid. We're nowhere near anywhere near real intelligence legance at So I was listening to Ted. Talk by Janelle Shane. WHO's a researcher? She didn't like a ten minute tech. Ted Talk About Ai. Just a bunch much different things and how it's quirky and how that basically is weirder than we think like we're not the future is going to be weirder than we think because all these things are not is not great and were teaching it poorly as well. Though the first thing she starts with he talks about ice cream flavor. She worked with a young program is I think she said but she basically she fed the algorithm with a bunch of ice cream flavors. And Yeah you know. Some of them have weird names. You've I'm sure you've been to an ice cream shop. They make up these crazy things. He doesn't know any better understood. So this album to try to generate new ice cream flavors so so here are some of the three that she suggested it's called Pumpkin Tash break Peanut butter slime and strawberry cream disease. give me a ball full of that right exactly because it doesn't no it doesn't what is cream is he doesn't know that it's trying to make appealing flavors. You're telling me give me things like this so basically what it's doing is just finding letter combinations or word combinations and just feeding them together until it gets on that and it gets gibberish peanut butter slime. Yeah Yeah I have a feeling that there would be definitely we some market for that in the for the six to nine year old boy range. They would definitely WANNA try peanut butter sly you know this is this is my next attack idea. Next tech building idea is going to create an ice cream shop just but everything's generated by the machine so it'll be peanut butter slime and strawberry abry cream disease and just just go at it. Make flavors the match the ridiculously generated. Things and funny thing is that then become they become real flavors and suddenly the he is in his stupid as it was the future. Would you call your company of of robot ice cream career game would have to be generated by the all. I would take all the ice cream shops that are out there so I get you know Maggie Moose who's stone or exactly okay. Well Good luck with this. Yeah so so she goes on. Oh she's talking about things that are happening she. She mentions movies like she thinks. The terminator should have been weirder like the term comes back like super robot with a walks. It's normally acts a little weird but not probably any weirder than order storks today acts anyway. Hey leave him alone can every every way right. But he's a very like this is a I super intelligent robot thing in the future but it he she says it probably should have been we iteration of probably been maybe not walking smoothly so one of the things she she distress she's talking about generating robots in robots to cross the dungeon or cross a world. Teach them how to walk. They step over cliffs over steps and all that sort of things and it turns out what happens is a lot of times robots will just sort of bill themselves up really tall and then just fall over to get to the debt to the destination rather than trying to walk. Because you you think oh we're going to get from A to B. Let's walk there. Let's a debate. But they're just literally. How do I move this object from A to B they just make a big tower and fall over and then then and then they're they're robot reaches the end of the world so it's it's crazy things like that that we're gonNA see in the future because this is what what robots are this is what algorithms are going going to learn from the data? We give it unless really really careful. So you're saying that we probably don't need to be worrying about robots and P. future coming back back to you murderous. Yeah I'm not too worried about it because all these robots just things like that I mean if you program is similar any computer or Computer Algorithm Arolla. It's it's all as good as the human that programmed at an oftentimes as a programmer. I can tell you that. Programmers are not particularly smart. Okay well that's I mean that's good news. I guess but I mean I mean how are they. I'm sure there's people that are going to try and an close this gap in AI knowledge knowledge by trying to fix that right. Yeah I mean a lot of it's just communication. You GotTa really understand what you're doing now and it's another example. She go and you see this. A lot is how like racist or misogynistic. algorithms could be when they're sorting people so many of our history so much of our history and our society eighty. Is that way so if you'll give society to train it is going to be like well. Okay you never hire anybody. That's there went to a college says women's College I'm I'm not gonna I'm not gonNA suggest resumes for anybody that went to a women's college all executives are named Bob. So if your name is Bob I'm GonNa hire you interesting so I mean it's hard to get around the stuff. Humans are infallible. I mean humans are sorry humans are definitely really we have flaws right just human nature And so I guess it makes sense that whatever we try to create will we'll also have the same flaws that we do in some representation right and maybe even worse because we don't even realize them until a computer kicking them apart or or. Let's say you do this all the time. So I'm going to do this all the time and like okay. So it's really so the none of the nothing. The bolts of it is like we're not going to build a super intelligent computer to fix all our problems until we understand what our problems are and how to fix them. It's a tool not not a cure all right and in a way that is not Human in nature they are not humans they are going to try to solve problems. Problems in extremely weird ways unless you are very specific in how you want that problem solved

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Vikki Wakefield and Mark Smith

Published...Or Not

09:51 min | 1 year ago

Vikki Wakefield and Mark Smith

"Character whose honest about himself and where he lives we gotta jump straight in to a little bit about him from page twenty investable tough is the golden ticket if you get tough breaks tough going tough luck tough pills to swallow well tough shit you have to accept tough love talk tough tough tough it out be a tough nut to crack and when the going gets tough short get going but don't think he can save up decided sixteen is nothing age too young to behave like an adult too old to act like a kid doesn't help that my puberty took a time out voice hasn't fully break in my facial hairs fluff am I binds grew too fast for my skin so I look like a spent a month on medieval torture wreck Oh acne so that's nate mccay he knows he blurts something regrets it and then over analyzes and obsessed is about it for the next hundred years but he also believes in alternative realities has he how does he put those down he doesn't consider himself garage but he has notebooks and he he writes things down to in his way of offloading I think the worries that he carries around he's the warriors he thinks about everything too much and this is his way of not carrying too much stuff around with him so he he thinks of the night books as a well he drops the Stein's in the well and then he doesn't have to carry them around he's not a hero heroic enough do nor those starnes anywhere else Z. certainly not from my for much of Volkan and even then he's he's not a true hero in that he's brive or resourceful or anything like that he's just trying to get by but he Dan rather things down he can his beautiful rata he's an imaginative human being well we I mit mitigate medium in the prologue and he's aged Woah where he's out with his dad and he's met with his dad's met camping in the Bush now this may sound like a father son bonding time but in reality it was caught one newt two tenths and three Isky what did Dick Nights Dad want night to do this is an initiation rot or a blooding so to speak where where nights on the eleven years old and yet he's expected to handle the gun and shoot a great and that's it's difficult for him to do on one hand wants to impress his dad and he wants to be a man but on the other hand it goes against everything that that you know his is in him and saw this is this repeats throughout the book this moment that if he could have changed inched not miss shooting the goat would have been a different person well now sixteen years old and lives in her how the dysfunctional family which in I'd say they're pretty dysfunctional though so I think fairly typical of Some lower socio economic disadvantage families his love and his fun and this you know there's all kinds of stuff with this also lights of dysfunction going on yeah nights mother left where we found out that there was a reason for that and his dad deck is now will nights now got a new stepmother zoning eight years older than he said and this twins now stepbrothers twins jake and artists they were once inseparable but now Otis's three he's walking and he's talking and he's starting to act out more like his father towards his in brother his definitely starting to mimic deck in many in his mannerisms his attitude towards women you know he's quite critical of you signed mom at three is old he will close jeep id Things like that sending contrast this his younger his twin brother artists artists is has disability who was born developmentally delayed he the family folklore goes that Jake is a bump on his chest and Otis hesitant as jake when they separated twins took a pace of Sweden and but it's it's wash right season Otis's is that they have they communicate without speaking because because at this point is he's not verbal but he can only repeat words for things that he already knows he's Stu whiting to reach that level where he can tell us what he wants tell us what eighteen his mind and is one would that he refuses to say he will not site Dick or dad brings out upon perhaps a little bit more now nate back tonight he loves facts and Rod Sabra about prey animals and creditors he knows pray must group together up but only got one friend made through proximity over personality who's that friend this Kinda Merrick he lives in the unit across the I live in a group share a group of units so they've been friends for the last six years America ways comes to the wind I never to the front door and they kind of consider each other friends by accident but there's much more to it than that it's a very deep in bonding friendship now he also has very difficult family life but nate describes his maters he has to control his tim pump he is trapped in a body the can't control his mouth he does Merrick gets into situations quite often he's rather would rather jump in and swing than doc in means and he'll he'll bite into situations that he however which he has no control and drag night along with him well these two out the only dis- ebbed teens in the town in suburb where they all made with this I've placed beside places is youth which is pickle of many youth centers I think around Australia I've been to a few and they will they will have the same feel that I think the kids that guy here the ones who don't have the tribe quite often or who who's hyme life is is just not safe this they need somebody to be able to just do things like h occasionally shower you fall asleep on a couch without wondering whether it's unsafe that kind of thing may see when you said you visited youth areas somebody like my see I think the best youth where the work has a lock my st in that they come from within that world and have an undisturbed deep understand adding of it so that the exchange between the youth workers and the children is much more honest in Ecuador as opposed to do gooders hanging in and trying to make changes without really understanding what these kids are up against so macy's sort of by her look and not so much growth authority but by her ability she controls this up people do feel safe there she's a survivor and the thing that kids since that they understand all just looking at her that she's she's been warned she's come out the other side of it and therefore they willing to follow her right we'll sort of night comes here too series homework and rod his nights he loses some pages of his notebook what happens then which is terrifying for him because the the things that he brought Newsnight booker intensely personal and never meant for anybody else to see or hear so he's lost lost a couple of pages and then a few days later one of his superiors graffiti on the wall to as is a way of protesting the post punk leisure of of the Santa suspect he immediately suspects tash a young lady who goes to the youth center he has some rather superior skills and she she is she doesn't hide the fact that she thinks he should stand up more for what he believes in and actually fought for the things that he cares about she's always more removed often she's she's scary really and look apologies to listeners but if you've witnessed disgruntled teenager the best way to just described as nate does is she has a fuck fuck off ice that's exactly what she deploys regularly graffiti leads the possibility of the youth closing down and this is a pretty safe place because school really isn't sport is the arena for bullied and quite often night has the blood noise or whatever but there is Mr Reed there's yes he's the English teacher who are rather deliberately right as Stereo taught in the beginning of the book and I had a bit of fun with that are made him out to be Must Robin Williams Caricature but I guess the point of that was to flip it later on when he realizes that he's altruism doesn't really come from a good place he's come from a private school he wants to make it changes help these kids and but he's reasons for doing that PEPs a little misguided he doesn't really understand the world they come from and he needs to deep he needs to understand his reasons for being so flips not quite so selfless after or anything can they have an exchange in a way of moving forward

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 US judge lets case against Manafort-linked oligarch stand

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

US judge lets case against Manafort-linked oligarch stand

"A Ukrainian oligarch, who is charged with masterminding, and international bribery scheme could sand trial here in Chicago, Mitri, tash in five co defendants who are accused of paying bribes to secure licenses to mine minerals in India, the Tribune reports he could stand trial in Chicago because they wanted to sell titanium to Chicago based Boeing per tasha's been in Austria, since he was arrested in Vienna, five years ago. He's been fighting extradition ever since former US attorney, Dan Webb is serving as his lawyer, web says he could be. Extradited to the US early as

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NASA ScienceCast 297: Cementing Our Place in Space

NASA ScienceCasts

04:15 min | 1 year ago

NASA ScienceCast 297: Cementing Our Place in Space

"The main thing are placed in space presented by science at nasa as you're done drugs you around the block for his morning book you're probably not thinking about the wonders of the neighborhoods sidewalk but that concrete is pretty great next to water it's the most widely used material on earth in the future concrete may be equally useful off the planet when humans construct a permanent base on the moon they'll need sturdy stuff the weather bombardments from solar radiation and media right no one wants a crack in their moon days the key to making out of this world concrete maybe just study it out of this world to experiments have taken place aboard the international space station or i s s to do just that the microgravity investigation of cement slid vacation or mix and multi used variable jeep processing facility or mvp sell five researchers from pennsylvania state university end nassar's marshall space flight center are analyzing the study's results concrete is a mixture of sand gravel and rocks glued together by cement paved made of water in summit powder and it's not as mundane is it looks under the surface it's quite complex what goes on there is key to strengthen durability yet scientists still don't understand all the details of concrete's chemistry in microscopic structure processing methods aren't cast in stone there's plenty of room for improvement alexandro berlin scott principal investigator for both experiments says or experiments are focused on the pace that holds the concrete mixture together we want to know what grows inside summit based concrete when there is no gravity driven phenomenon such is sedimentation it all begins when water is added to the cement to put it very simply the cement molecular structure changes when the summit grains dissolve residents get explains as be old molecules dissolve calcium silicate hydrate end calcium hydroxide start to crystallize myriad of these tiny crystals for all through the mixture interlocking with one another and with each other concrete ingredients such as gravel iss experiments are researching how this all plays out in space ribbons says it could could change the distribution of the crystalline micro structure and ultimately the material properties the ratio of the water cement powder is critical to making the concrete components combined effectively in determining the strength and durability of the final concrete well this ratio need to be different on the moon where gravity is about one sixth of earth that's the kind of question you experiment will shed light on for the mix experiment astronauts added water to a series of package containing dry cement powder then added alcohol to some of the packets just stop the hydration process at specified times for mvp so five astronaut also hydrated dry cement but for this experiment they used a centrifuge on board the iss test to stimulate gravity at a number of strength including lunar gravity and martian gravity for both experiments the samples were returned to earth for analysis were already seeing an documenting unexpected results says marshall's richard google co principal investigator for mvp sell five ribbons get ads what we find could leave to improvements in concrete both in space end on earth since summit is used extensively around the world even a small improvement could have a tremendous impact we might even end up with better sidewalks for walking her dog for more from the international space station go to www dot nasa dot gov slash iss tash science for

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Wildlife Tourism And Other Dangers Facing Our Most Coveted Species

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03:55 min | 1 year ago

Wildlife Tourism And Other Dangers Facing Our Most Coveted Species

"Here with me in studio is Natasha, daily a writer and editor for National Geographic, covering, animal welfare and exploitation. She's the reporter behind net Geos June. Cover story about wildlife tourism behind the scenes the tash up. Welcome to one A. Thanks. For having me. First things. First Natasha, what do we mean? When we talk about wildlife tourism talk about the wide array of experiences that this includes right, so wildlife tourism really can run the gamut from going into the forest with binoculars looking for birds to going on safari to having these up-close experiences with exotic animals. So it really does run a there's a vast spectrum that it covers. And now you made a short documentary that showcases some of what you found while traveling. And researching this story, here's a piece of that documentary. She's. Mccain behind the stadium where the elephants perform, and we found this juvenile elephant on. He has a gaping at his temple. He also has broken leg. The other one is chained up. He looks totally emaciated skin and bones. This is forced shape. I've seen an elephant in Thailand. All in the name of entertainment, while I have to say, I, I watched that earlier. And, and as we were just discussing a lot. Yes, being there in person was extremely difficult. So just a little background on our story, so photographer. Kirstin loose. And I traveled around the world over the course of about a year, looking at various hot spots, where this industry is thriving and that clip. You just heard was from a elephant attraction outside of Bangkok Thailand. And we found this, juvenile elephant behind a stadium gives an overview of where all you went to right. So we traveled. So we really wanted to go to hot spots around the world where this up close, these up close encounters with captive wildlife are thriving. So we, we went to Thailand where there for about a month. We went to Russia, we went to Hawaii, and where this all started to rewind was actually in the rainforest where we are looking at these experiences with Slavs, Caymans, Anaconda, etc. That's what I was just gonna ask you what kinds of wildlife tourism, did you encounter along the way? Right. So we're really looking at native species in each place. We went, so and the reason we're doing that is because, for example, you may go to Thailand as a traveler and something that's kinda often at the top of people's bucket lists as wanting to get close to an elephant, or a tiger. So we really want to look at animals native to the countries where we were traveling to see how they're used for these unique wildlife experiences. Laura tweeted, she says we went on our honeymoon to Thailand with visions of writing an elephant upon arrival. We were warned of the horrific condition used to break the elephants and opted to visit a sanctuary instead where we could feed the elephants and give them a bath. It was more expensive, but far more humane. Right. Ring a bell. Yeah. Absolutely. So I think that this is increasingly I mean, first of all tobacco a little bit. What I think Laura is describing is a process that is pretty universe. Missile based on what we found in our reporting. So in order for an elephant, for example, to be docile enough to interact with humans up close to give those rides or even give those baths or perform tricks. They have to be trained from a young age. And so we encountered hundreds of elephants through our, our time in Thailand, and spoke to trainers, etc. And typically what happens when elephants is young is at the elephant is separated from its mother, and that it is slowly trained using a an instrument called bullhook, which is a wooden stick with a metal hook on the end to comply to sit to stand to tricks and essentially to, to be able to obey the owner. So I think that's what Laura describing what she heard about before she went there, and maybe she didn't realize before she went the is prolific throughout the industry. Can you describe a bit more about the

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"tash" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tash" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

"Three sixty the magic that brought us Yanni and John tash. I realized that if I was going to have a real fulltime music career that it was going to have to be something that the unlikely vehicle to start him in the nineteen nineties PBS pledge drive. What I needed was something like a PS special to make a whole bunch of loud noise. That's next time on studio. Three sixty. This episode was brought to you by dropbox the team that made the film the farewell was tasked with bringing the life. The emotional true story of Lulu Wong's grandmothers last days, and they had to do it across thirteen timezones. It was crucial to maintain seamless communication between the production team in China and post production team in the US to make the film success dropbox made all that possible with dropbox and dropbox paper filmmakers can edit. Scripts manage timelines, annotate, videos, and whatever else they need for their team to do their best work, and it's not just for filmmakers. I use it in my writing and other projects all day long. And they use it here at slate for podcasts, we actually took a straw poll of producers at slate about whether they use dropbox and got answers like yes for everything. And everyone does we asked why and heard that it's quote super reliable and essential for collaborating among other things, that's because dropbox was created. For teams teams like the one behind the farewell and slate and your own find out how you can use dropbox at dropbox dot com slash flow.

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The US is sending some legal asylum seekers back to Mexico

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

The US is sending some legal asylum seekers back to Mexico

"Government domestic violence attorneys like Jonathan Montek say they don't know yet how they're going to communicate with all of the asylum seekers and note that many of them are not authorized to work as attorney is in Mexico Montek says he thinks the US is tarnishing reputation here countries. Take the responsibility of taking care of people who come to their borders, given their rights and see if they can be allowed to stay homeland security says the new rules will reduce the abuse of the immigration system. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. The man who helped the San Bernardino. Shooters in an attack on county employees more than three years ago wants to withdraw his guilty plea and Ricky Marquez had pleaded guilty to buying the semi automatic rifles used by side for Ruch and his wife. Tash screen Melito the attack that left fourteen people dead in December of two thousand fifteen for Ruch, Emily later died in a shootout with police

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"tash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Yard line on the left. Tash? All. I all play action who shall under pressure early. Coming in again in Leo chain tried to wiggle away from him, but could not get away. That's a loss back to the thirty eight yard line of Sapan. Well, again, Iowa State they're going to try to take advantage of Bush shell less mobile back there. Sam etlinger and make him do things quickly. And that time he had no chance. So the second down and twenty. Onwards have John Birt wide, right. In slots will the rider, Colin Johnson. Jordan, Humphry said three whiteouts all split to the open side of the Bill now, Humphry shifts back to the left on second down and twenty from the taxes thirty eight boo. Shell will the snap. And I'll play action pass in two Humphry Eljay Howard popcorn. Waking the three Marcel spears junior the tackle. Now. It's third down in seventeen seventeen for taxes. Forty one. Allen johnson. The ball game will will short Southfield is split lap wide. Right. John Birt in slots on the right Eljay Humphrey. And and who back from the left hash. Mark the Texas forty one yard line through down and seventeen Metaxas. Forty one Ingram running back offset to the right side of Shambhu shell on third down. We shall with a snap back to throw chain steps from the pockets sits out left Saudi Ingram. But he's got a long way to go forty five midfield and forced out of bounds. Well, the first down. Shoved out of bounds at the Texas forty nine a gain of eight four nine. The second point of the night coming for Ryan ski at one kick in the first half a forty seven yards. Receive? It'll be Tariq Milton. Support down of nine from Texas forty nine. Chefs standing back and his thirty five yard line. Wild rival state buildings. Dating back at the cyclone ten trying to guess which way Ryan's gonna pump the Paul. Here's the snap. He rolls, right. And the kick is away as I was taken after the rugby kick. But it's down inside the ten down inside the five minute hops backup field. One yard were sliding down. It was PJ lock at the seven yard line. That's a punt of forty four yards with though return ten forty three to go. Third quarter to Texas seventeen..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Hey, welcome back pod. Cats tash to meet you. They're very grateful to tash for making the time to come and talk to me. And I hope she's having fun out there and Canada, filming what we do in the shadows the TV series, which is due to air on America's FX network in the spring of twenty and nineteen and over here on the BBC sometime after that, not sure exactly when I've put a link to a little article and a trailer very short teaser trailer in the description of this podcast along with a few other related links. Very excited though about what we do in the shadows TV series would have been a little bit better. If buckles had been in it, probably, but. Con everything I'm out here on one of the most spectacularly beautiful evenings. I've seen in quite a while Rosie's up ahead. Just my daughter. And gambling about in a very straightforwardly joyful way. That makes me feel extremely lucky and grateful, and sort of offsets the anger and bitterness about not only being excluded from staff that's flats. But also from what we do in the shadows. Which I think we can all agree. I would have been perfect for. Speaking of Steph, let's flats though, or if you're an American Greek boy rents apartments reminder that you can see also accepts odes of the first series on the channel four four OD website. Also put a link to that comedy blab. In the description of this podcast. So we went to see Hamilton the musical this week with my daughter is a big birthday treat. He was just ten a few weeks ago. And she knows every single word of that thing off by heart. I thought it was very good. And I'm not a massive fan of going to the theater theater so much as the actual physical discomfort that gets to me. I generally don't like being always get set. Right in the middle of the row rows are so thin, and you can't really move and steets tiny. This is very boring cliche. Complaints about a wonderful. Art form that really I shouldn't dignify by repeating. But the fact remains I do have a slight Tara of going to the theater because I do like going to the loo regularly and often and always find myself in the middle of a row. Next is angry. Looking folks don't seem to want to get up, and it's very disruptive people. Don't like it. When you go to the loo in the mid anyway, it was fine. I managed to dehydrate myself sufficiently before trip to Hamilton that I didn't need to get up once during the entire nearly three hour performance. But it was very good. I can see why it's a sensation credibly talented cost. And the songs are terrific bit disappointed that there wasn't more Formula one stuff in there. But. Go and I was thinking like do a mini tribute possibly called buckle -ten with some very stirring rap songs about life out here in buckles towers, and maybe I could play some of them to Joe when we do our Christmas podcast this year..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"So I was like there's going be Papa John's everywhere, I'm not going to hold back this disaster. And then he was like, 'i unity, right? Are her jaw and Buxton poker's? Absolutely loved it. I was like so thanks to you, babe. Oh, wow. So I mean, I guess that. I don't know the two, but it was very nice that he knew I existed. Thank you. Pretty sure the job big time do an accent. Yes. Like a sort of. It's very remixed. It's like Transylvania meet quite often to forming. Tash Cuckney again. I raised smashing give me a bit of that. Can you give me a player the accent? Hello. And my boyfriend is low slow play the by Matt berry. So it's like Russian come. Paean slash races. My favorite rushing covers so yeah. And then I I mean like, I got a call from my agent. Yeah. I can't believe I genuinely jumped up and down screaming, I nearly smacked my head on the ceiling because like I've done worked onto mazing things in my career been very lucky, but I've also had the classic. It's been nine months and all done is clean vinegar. And so it was very icon. Believe this stuff doesn't happen. Like, no, come on stupid. And. Yeah. And then I had to go and get my work fees for the American embassy where did you make the pilot in LA and Hollywood the big time. I mean, I genuinely when we like drove to the sets the first time I sound like, I'm a very emotional person. By actually don't cry that much because I take medication which kind of keeps that on the daily show. I welled up like I was like it fed the disgusting little rat in me that wants to be film star. It was so overwhelming because everything that is bigger craft services, which is sort of catering. Yep. I mean, it's twenty seven and it's like a sweet shop. It's like a a newsagent. They only million have is magazine, which obviously I would love, but it's me going mini supermarket ought to say the books of bubblegum hair. Oh my God. There's a sushi chef and even eat fish just shut up. I was taking carrier bags ruining tapes. Because I was roughly my by filling out with apple crisps. Cake balls and like don't take out. So I'll have them. Yeah. Everything is just bigger the set they had these paintings old painting son of me and map because we and cave character that they just everything it was like if you've seen the film, the designer designed the film designed the house manage just like there was so much taxidermy stuff in England just doesn't have as much of a budget. That's just the way is and I was like one piece of this tax term. It would be the entire art department for Sherwin England you'd be like he can have the wolf, but you've got to do the show live on the wolf and inside the mouth. Every scene has to take place with the wall. And what's the premise for the TV version, then is it like because people who haven't seen the film mockumentary about a group of vampires from different eras. Yes. Sharing a house living in modern time modern day New Zealand. So it's still a monkey mentally. Yeah. It's quite similar, but the differences that I guess because it's a series has to have a longest story. So it's about us. We've been told to go and take over the world like the new world, and we stupid. So we've just ended up landing where the boat docked, which was Staten Island at my character is a horny vampire, which is essentially who I am we've established exactly. So it's perfect. But yeah, it was incredible. The only weird thing about is. I will say this is at the film is so well loved it's very weird to film and then TV series usually around. So I am so sorry to the fans of the film. If we ruin it by my TV series over he's thinking any other. Samples of comedy films. That fake blockbuster. So I had an idea. I was like I was thinking about on my vote for women tack. I was thinking of the films that I'd love to watch and the ad made me be like maybe affected me and not so positive way without realizing. And I was Greece. Love that film, loved them tunes. Love that love it. However, you know, she's what she's doing is affecting going..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"I county this who just have him in a background shot. Just get him and got him sitting down on a sofa. And so we were like you just having a conversation with someone. But don't look at the camera. Obviously stead Ryan Cameron smiled entire time. So we were like, okay don't do. That's not have that. What what can we do looking to the side? But then looking to the side he's still like go and looked at turn six degrees to face the camera. So it was like, maybe. Okay. That'd be let's have a random shot like an old Greek man asleep at the party. So you're like, maybe we'll have you being sleep at the party action. And he does that thing where you do the most obvious fake sleeping children do when they don't wanna get in trouble. Because you're where you just like blink close. He's just blinking. And then in the end we worked out that we the only way to get in is if we had him sleeping with sunglasses on. So you. And luckily that shot made it in the show. So that way. Joyce thing valuable people. Moving. On your house. Very important. Earlier this year, you filmed a pilot big time big time with you told me with talking at cycle. What t- we're talking Jemaine Clement? We're talking Matt the berry tree widow can Keva Novak. Wow. Yeah. Amazing. And also, we're talking the guy who is the shape from shape in the water. The shape was in shape of water shape, called shaping the water this shape on the water film shape in the water said, no, okay. The shape of the I we did he was in the shape the shape. I mean, the man has done all Doug Collins. Yeah, he plays the baron. So he had like the full processes. He does all the processing works. So this is a TV version of what we do in the shadows, the film, which was takeaway TT's film from a few. Years and remains in it, and oh, Jane, I think they wrote it together. I think it's really funny that was one of the first takeaway TT films. I saw before I'd seen obviously he had made. It yet hunt for the will the people I saw shot before that thing. I I did. All right. I mean, it's so the female lead Lilly. She plays character didn't want her name. Is that stuff like that? She's unbelievable. That was like I was like I wanna do day be her Tyco directed. Four ragnarok big time. So you are very much in the right place at the right time big time, baby. I'm on my kitchen cleaning vinegar balls held it that I don't I mean actually big big shout out to the AB podcast of few months before. So the last summer of twenty and seventeen I had a very small part in an up and coming film that in Curtis Curtis Curtis. He's back and he's direct. Romantic comedies in a Morris. Die wreck did which stars cloudier Doty. My my sweet girl. Yeah. Written by very good friends. Joe power and Keith Khushi wrote this the festival 'bout anyway. So I was in it by the by we had dinner one night and Germain's in that film. And we were chatting, and he was next. Oh god. Oh god. And it was a restaurant..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Like when my brother lived there. It drove him do things like someone's taking a spoon out of the mayonnaise like a t swim for all that seventeen. Now. So might as well filled out with some salad cream. Get it to the top again. Like one time one time. My brother went to cat some jam out. The fridge stuck his jammed route stuck his knife in the thing. It was like what? And inside the jam jar was one beat true and one chilly. My brother went the hell is this worst the job? What you put in this journey was like, Jamie. And the exactly what Joe one beetroot anyone red chili. So there's the knows what he's doing. There's not confusion there is just decanting changing things up. Why is he going to jar of water because he's like you take water out with you? Right. You might want to drink. Yeah. But you put it in a jammed. I mean, his bag is the heaviest thing ever felt he's not the most stable mind. He's had two knee transplants. He's getting on. He's got real hump like a real hobble because he was a chef for so long so bent over pots and pans his whole life and the steam the stickiness got him in the kitchen and a set him in a permanent abou-. Yeah. He's very contrary person. Anyway, so he went to Turkey to visit this man and visit yoga, and the I was you know, his again, right? This is my experience of him me saying Hello and him going. Yes. And then saying oh, sorry nearly tripping over because I didn't realize he was in being like, yes. So that's my experience. Cut to a few weeks ago. My dad got back from Turkey. And when you go back with your boyfriend yet. No, still so Solly breaking up anyone. Well, of course, something very exciting. Tellus lily crazy, please listen to me. Okay. What I have met someone who is very deeply in love with Atara. Like, right. Who who would be met in Turkey. Anyone the boy? Which boy the eighteen year old boy, doggone yes. The one. He says doggone unlike the third to have the trip because I couldn't hold anymore. I was telling everyday talk and something with your what's going on. I mean, the boy doesn't speak English or separate. So I don't know what the conversation was happening. Don has headedness is can't hold it in any longer a lover a crazy for her. I want to marry her. He said he's gonna be very good for you. Because his dad is going to give you his hotel gonna buy your house, and he's also promised to give you all his wisdom. Hotel plus wisdom. Exactly. And so I'm moving to Turkey. I'm marrying a nineteen year old. And there was like that come on because he's loves to exaggerate. And I was like he didn't say love hit is. That's insane. We met once tash love crazy happens. Whenever can and told him about me being in America doing this pilot. I just did he said, and he says to wish you all the best luck in the world. And they hopes you are the Princess of all the cinemas in Texas. I'm is sounds like I'm making this is going back to staff so much of the stuff that like has happened with mine and Jamie start over the years like he couldn't Jamie couldn't put it in the show because he was like it's like you'd write that and go come on that never happened. He never wore women's classes all the time because he stole them from women that came to visit his cafe he never did that he did. But you know, I mean, it's just he did he actually came in cameo in the TV in, Dan. So this I mean, maybe it's more physical thing you need to see basically the final episode as a party. And so we would with Greek people who have died in the background. But we wanted to give him a line. Jamie went and worked on a four about three hours trying to get him to say the line bet you'd like Lima something like where the grapes and my dad's. I that they in the kitchen. The line is where the great you want. I guess where the raisins as well, you know, what I said it's actually small smaller than rating gripe. And so my brothers..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"I mean, come off. It's so holding a bunch of flowers and walking down the aisle, especially if you do like the traditional which is like one step once icon. It's so embarrassing. But anyway, I'm fascinated to know like what it can't be easy. Eight cannot be just like can it is it just like, you just you and your wife, you just had this like huge ball of love that you live in no doubt, daft it very much. It's the whole point. I think is that you go through this crazy ceremony. And you do it in front of your friends because the whole thing is, you know, it's a bit of a weird thing having a relationship with a person and expecting it to go on for a long time. Let alone for the rest of your life. Exactly. All you one hundred percent sure when you were doing it like this is this is. Great you going to say I. Well, it depends. I just I feel like I was saying you're saying it is weird. It's like making a gesture to the rest of society, your friends and. Go pastoral sites. Yeah. Phil amazing. We like, whoa. How feels like a big deal? Yeah. Because like I shouldn't fuck this up. I should take the serious. And also, you know, it's just another technique for trying to ensure that your both around if and when you have children and felt right? It did feel right technique, isn't it? Yeah. Just for giving yourself the best shot and just for helping you through those moments where otherwise you would just say, you know, what I think let's call it a day. You said you didn't like my podcast. Yeah. Exactly. Because of course, you go through those moments. But then it's quite good too. I mean, some people would disagree. They would say, well, I don't want some weird outdated ludicrous institution governing my decision making and making me feel guilty about doing what I should be doing which is getting out of relationship, which doesn't work anymore or anything like that. But you know, why why is that any worse than any other techniques that you use for making a relationship lost? Yeah. Sometimes it's quite nice. Just to think actually, it would be so embarrassing and such a pain in the us to get divorced. That will just stay together. Calling. If you're listening to this. You know, I love you. And all I'm doing is being honest about the experiences that every married person have interesting, the idea is you go with someone, and you you really love them. And you think wow, I love them. So mile of everything about them other thing I ever need to go out with anyone else. Again. I think it's time to get married because that's how much I love this person. They're right for me. And I think they may be the one and this, isn't it amazing? I've actually met the person that's right for me. And they happened to live very close. The same. For whatever reason I've lucked out. Yeah. Now, we're going to show the world. How lucky we are by making party that's going to be a room. It's picnic Senate. We're gonna go to church even though we've never been to church before. It's this is great. But then, you know, the first time comes along where you think, oh, I'm really angry with them. Yeah. And I don't know how I'm going to get beyond it. And I think that this thing that I'm angry about is probably never going to go away. And or conversely while they seem really really upset with me about that thing that I did. And I'm not sure I've ever really going to be able to apologize efficiently for that. How's that going to work for the rest of our lives? And it works if it works 'cause you just think well, I promised. So promise the promise actually, it's quite good. Sometimes to promise, I think. Yeah. Totally. There is there's like to I'm into I'm split down the middle. I feel like there's there's the one half that psych never again never ever again. And then the other half of me is like all I wanted to get married. Someone asked me to marry them. Someone commit to me..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Talk about this. Because it's not my experience the lack of ethic. Diversity is like mind boggling? Yes. Yeah. No, I show that ran for ten series twenty four episodes of series to have that little representation of ethnic diversity is you are like and all my God on top of that the amount of gay jokes. I mean, I I was never I would like to point out that I was never fan. Oh my God. I am such a car pretend that it was for all those reasons necessarily well. Yeah. I mean, the needs to be more diversity in Burmese. I certainly when you look back at absolutely stark. However that was such an insanely well written show, those performances in characters did everything. I mean, they did everything for me personally that accommodate like there was pay us. There was I've cried laughing so many times like David Schwimmer, mama. Ross Geller that character just shines. I mean, Lisa could drove it's like she's done the comeback since I'm all of them Matlet blog. Let's. Very jan. Kony see there, my people. I think as but then you it's so complex because like watching those women do that show. I was like I want to do that. So you know, they were there they were on TV, and they were funny, and they weren't just like they're all all of them are mad that they're not straight women. It's just I love their storylines were the marriage story. So, you know, I think there's a temptation to sit a think, oh what we're very close to solving all these issues. Here's a couple of years. Everything's going to be sorted out. No in ten years time, people will be looking back at stuff that we're doing and saying Nunu, you can't say that. Yeah. This. Caucus us. An example this podcast. We held up. One of the first items on the agenda for people to say what the ship was going on there. Yeah. It's really it's going back to haul stuff that like I remember thinking sex in the city was like ooh ill. It's a bit risky because so many of these characters thrones tied up with looking for man. But then at the same time it was a show led by four women like Samantha is like such a mad cow to actually incredible because she just wanted to fuck all the time. And I wanna fuck all the time. My friends wanna fuck all the time. Like, we don't, you know, I it's like I feel weird saying this. But it's like, I'm I I want to. Without not hurting anyone and being using being safe. And it's like that was a show that data someone's gonna make a say at the time. Nearly single courageously before you come on. Fuck all the time. I wanna I wanna fuck. Thinking auto chew I wanna fuck at the time. I wanna fuck with the time. Very whizzing me. Thought show is on maranda is such an like all of them. But then again, you know, they're they're so much. It was the episode where reminders like what do we think? What do we feel there is that quite yet? But like because they're all they're doing about men's bulls. Any it's either. Now, it's a minefield. I shouldn't I shouldn't have strode on it because I'm laying off. That's right. Just lost in air. But yeah, it's very it's food for thought certainly is. Interesting suit tasty. Thought I'd say thing talk about Brexit. He's always a little bit small curry for all the thing that I think about sometimes which I think you'll probably not supposed to think about once. You're married is what what are you supposed to do with all those relationships, and all the feelings that you had all the love you had for another human being and all the times, you shed. And the times you close you are supposed to just completely expunged them. Obviously, there's a practical reason for doing that. Because you know, it's like going out with someone who's got loads of photographs of the X. Surfing, right? It's a fantastic day. I I'm actually faucet. Like, I don't know. Like, I never been married. I've you know, what you've done is. Like, you've you've done it. You've got married you've you've made human beings with another person. You've don't need to be married to do that. Of course, you don't even very outdated institution. Completely totally. I can't leave anything more embarrassing than walking down an aisle..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"I cannot tell you because it your heart. You can bend like you shouldn't be able to bend. And he wrote a whole book about it. Because there were these things could illegal bends in hot yoga. There's a bend that you do where you walk your hands down a wall. And then you walk your legs in sensually and not the people doing it. I'm breaking their rib. Right. That's legal and this man row book about being like hot, yoga, beware. But I'm all up. Let's break. Some ribs. Get some attention from a doctor. I'm into it, so yoga and a woman. I hear so many amazing the changing room because it's in an area that's populated by lots of lovely sort of mum- Mummers. And there was an elder woman elder older woman elder and else from. Wizard. Wisdom changing groom naked, and she was talking about her friend. I'm assuming she's in her sixties, and she was talking about her friend who wants to get on a yoga retreat because she's just become widowed. And she was crying when she was telling the story, and she was like I've just been with her this weekend. We're going to cry about it. And she was just like this woman. Doesn't know what to do. She's not like wailing and crying. And I haven't been wailing and crying doing a lot of the saidest, which is just silently weeping. And she's just this woman, a friend is just like she's like, you're there with her when she's not like on her knees screaming, but she's just like I've got all this love to give. And I don't know who to give it to. And I don't know where to put it. And I I keep trying to be like, okay. It's okay. Comeback. Now. Come now, it's fine. And he's not coming back. And I was like fuck that. I don't want to be. A six year old woman who've I was like what I I was thinking. I bet they had a lovely live sounds like they had a lovely marriage air wigging PS, naked everyone's to change Graham and just listing with my air my bomb, and you'll bump from my balmy came out and listen real get ready to get the stories anecdote on a podcast. But yeah, I was like I bet they had a lovely life. I bet they had a love remarriage. And while that's so incredible. Right. You don't wanna get into the frame of mind of like, oh, I never wanna get into relationship because it'll end gonna die. Well, I don't know if that's right. I think I was just like she's doing yoga retreat sounds like quite healthy. She potential for another thirty years thirty years of being like, come home. Please come on thirty years. She'll she'll like I was just like, I don't know how up for that. I am. I mean, obviously, I'm much more sensitive. Vulnerable tool that in my cir- current circumstances being a break. Yeah. Of course. But you know, the cliches are cliches because they're true and time does heal wounds. Maybe all of them. I it it certainly makes more bearable. You know, I I have friends of friends of friends who I've heard horrific things they were engaged, and then it got caught off last minute wedding dress in the cupboard, whatever the break-up. I just heard was just like this isn't quite right. Yeah. Type situation and still I was like a can't sleep Akon function. I don't know what to do. And I was like I'm not up this again. I don't think and also I'm like the next person. I get with listen out later, gentlemen, I'm gonna marry her. No, go through this again. I just I'm like, I know it's only been a month. But it genuinely feels like I've lived eighteen years in the last month of just like. Watched reacted TV shows about everything you could think of I every I watched all series of friends about fifty eight times through and then like what about with your patriarchy goggles on? That's tricky. It's so interesting. It's so friends is another two apostles about friends. It's so interesting because all the female characters even Phoebe there may name is let's get married. Let's have kids Monica loves cleaning. And like, I mean, I don't feel like I've already any thoughts..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"So you've had a break up. How long were you going out? You don't mind me needed two years two years? I just think breakup. We are not designed for them as human beings. I've had them all I've had ones where you're like. This is too hard hardware like ruin each other's lives. Now in needs to end, there's an ease in that. Because you're like this con- carry on I'm going to bite the skin of your face and enjoy it any minute now. But then it's painful, and it's tragic, and then there's a person who you were so close to that you can't speak to 'cause it's ends like Mesli all it's loving. It's respectful. It's like mutual. I think it's very weird. It's very since going through my break up. I am feeling very very very strongly that I never ever ever ever want to be in a relationship again, because I'm not icon go through this again, I cannot I don't know if having someone to hang out with on a Sunday is worth this. Like, I feel like I have genuinely been walking into walls for the past month. Also since it happened. What's the feeling though is that you'll never find someone so nice again or new? Just the feeling that without this person. Whoever they are you can't survive you can't function like a need to know, what someone had for dinner points that no one wants to tell me what they've had for dinner care what I've had for dinner rice again. Like, it's so weird. And like this is very sad. I was doing yoga because I'm a cliche. I'm a walking cliche doing a lot of that since the break-up and become Bakr, very I can talk to you for a long time. So addictive. Do do such a tangent. Did you know that there was a man? Same thing went to a awful break-up Las job. Turbo time got seriously into yoga because it is dictator does something to you get so into the sweat..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"And then you look back at your relationship past you, look back at your interactions with men you look back at stuff, and you're like so much of that is because everyone thought it was okay. Like for my like fourteenth birthday. I think what I wanted was a handmade corset. Speakers. I I'd say like a music video Christina glare was wearing a corset or something. I've been like, yes, I need to get my waist small, and I need my boobs pump in this article in one of the girls magazines. I had that was like the perfect Christmas present or wherever it was like this place in Camden where they hand. And I was like something I can wear with any outfit. It's going to be sexy. It's going to be black with red lining. And what was I was like corset, let's strap you in. Let's get your waist. It's medieval. No, it's very odd. But it's even earlier than medieval, it's one of the it's almost it all started with the course, I think is where I'm going most like getting your feet bound abor. It's in say like the unlike I was like, yeah. This is going to be great. I'll be aware under t shirts. I never wanted. A course it I mean, maybe I could use one. But a piece that's different. The most interested I ever got in sport was when I saw the cricketers were wearing their boxes. I'd like boxes. That's what they're called over there. Willie's. Really? Yeah. Willie protecting books. I think it's okay. And I'm about to come. A win in a box. Yeah. I guess I don't know. Why went off on this time because he said, I know it's a good tangent. I apologize for snoring. I doing the snoring joke. Didn't know where I was going. I didn't know I was going. I didn't know I was gonna get like this. But I do think I've like I've had like fights with my male friend, not fights. But like debates where in the past like they've talked about a girl that they're seeing completely innocent. You know, unlike with friends, I know that good people, but I've been like hang on stop there. Don't say like, it's actually if more if something has to stop. And if it takes me being a extreme ruining the party by starting for being like, no, that's not. Okay. But the same for my female friends, like if I hear anyone being like he had a dog's Willie alike, we have to try and be better. What would that even mean, though, dogs willing? Yeah. To me like a little lipstick. I would say it's a little lipstick is small. It's like maybe round bit rounder at the end. It's thin. It's I haven't really experienced a definite on. I cannot believe this talk about. Trying to fight for change in describing dog's penis. For me. Fox is perfect. And it's why I'm looking for and I've yet to find it, but I feel like social conditioning. I think is like got way more to blame. Like, do you think is interesting talking about it's wonderful life because I suppose well loved films like that get a pass in some ways don't they because they're so all this scene is being so fundamentally good hearted. Yeah. That it's not about societal attitudes towards the sexes. There's other things to Terek lend totally turn is a product of the times that it was made in cetera. Just makes you you look at it, and you go this is a film that is universally loved and like is played everywhere. Yeah. But you're right. It is quite jarring. A lot of the time. Now, I mean even films from as recently as ten years ago. It's always from the male perspective. It's the guy or the man. Has the intrepid is funny is the goofball is a complex one is chain. Well, Well. it's even less than ten films are only just starting to change in that. I think it's about like making every everything from now on about a strong complex woman. And but it just makes you was a person reflect on your life. Go everything I've loved every piece of artwork that's inspiring. Every film every bit of music like ninety nine percent of it has been this likes telling this story of men being his story. It's been. Exactly, it's been his story. His story. Oh my God. Now..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"But yeah, the the name thing was a worry. When's it going to be on with? I don't know yet. There's no official date, which is very useful for this. But I think weights maybe ever maybe things cross I'd like to keep it of shame. Boxton otherwise, it would definitely be on. And do really well to Stuart audio version of it. Oh psych. Theri you do podcast mainly that. I'm sorry. Anyway, listen, good luck with it. Thank you disappointed. If it sinks that trace that's often. What happens with the best of things? I mean, some great things song without a so don't get all depressed about there's no need. You've got meaner this. I just came back. I've never tried doing that before it doesn't fit. Very well. I'm not used to being made. I'm not good at it. Now, you'll too sweet too much of a lovely. Also, if I if I started it would be like a dam bursting. Just fucking crazy all the anger would go. I do feel more angry. Definitely these days, do you? Yeah. I just got older. I mean, it's such a boring today. But I just I'm like. Yeah. He's calling slate here. I don't know if it's the time. I mean, this is getting very serious very quickly. But like, I think I realized that being angry as I get older is. Oh, no, it's not because not helpful. But it's like, I guess with all the stuff that's come out like all this awareness in the in the industry with the way, women are treated and the horrible stuff. That's come out has definitely made me reflect on my life, and it's made me angry in that of my friend about this stuff. And it was like I realized that my I've recently broken up with some of them. Yeah. And it's fine. It's like varies the most like mature, healthy lovely respectful break-up pepper, but you reflect on your relationship past you reflect on everything that's happened. In your lifetime makes reflect reflect flags, of course, cry cry cry sleep in the Ben Ben. So I know I was just like all my relations and this. Has actually nothing to do with the partnership. I had which is very healthy and loving in. Great barr. It made me be like my whole life. All what was mumbles? My point. My point is is that I watched it's wonderful life. Chris. And now, you're serious. And now I'm furious because I was watching it building like this film. I've watched every because I'm such a kooky sweetheart every Christmas, I go and find a place where it's wonderful lives playing in like an everyman cinema. Something a red velvet Charon a Cup of tea, and I was loved it. And then this year, I was watching it. And I was like shopped up every woman in this film is why we're gonna eat prynne every woman this film is crying because this complex incredible man can't handle how much people love him, and how much responsibility and how much he's helped everyone in every single woman is giving him a play sausages all like tending to the children and like tiptoeing out the room. And then he just made me reflect back on every book every film. It's just everything I've loved and obviously by doing comedy and acting. I've always done this because I love it. I grew up being like a fiend for books and art, and blah, blah, blah. And then I watched. Indiana Jones of crocodile Dundee crocodile Dundee, and I was like little very strong female characters in that exactly sitting. There was some Indian women dancing in the corner. And then a blonde woman screaming I'm being like, I hate being dirty. The worst not the worst one. But particularly bad offender is Indiana Jones and the temple of doom. Yeah. My been that even at the time, though, people were saying what the hell is this? I'm literally all Kate. Catch those scream. Yeah. So I guess all that stuff just slowly seeped in my super thick brain and would have seeped into this stupid, thick brains of the boys..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Tash Demitrio today is Wednesday the twenty fifth of April two thousand eighteen actually that's not how I say the data anymore. Twenty-eight teen I'd been saying two thousand and ten two thousand twelve two thousand fourteen two thousand eighteen someone in twenty someone just tweeted the other day like mate, you quite happy. Right. The way through twentieth century to say nine teen. And then the number now, we wasn't different now T thousand two thousand nineteen it all went wrong with two thousand and two thousand and one because the fucking film. The Kubrick film was two thousand one thousand. You don't twenty hundred exact call it twenty. Oh, it's weird. I I like to bring everything back to David Bowie whenever possible clearing out a shed today and found a box full of old magazines, many of which don't exist anymore, one of which was called icon magazine. Do you even remember icon is I added today? And there was an interview with Bowie from around ninety five and they were talking about the end of the century. And what's it going to be like in his everything in a fall apart? And actually he was saying now it's gonna be fine. Everything's just gonna carry on it's normal. And the only thing I'm worried about is. How are we going to say the dates after the, you know, we'll say the two thousand but then what's going to happen? I was like I've been thinking the same thing David you almost David Bowie in many ways. Many ways. So how do you? She's back. Just waiting. How do you say the year? I'm back. I have I twenty eight team. Yeah. I do. This is the twenty seventeen twenty sixteen twenty fifty two thousand fifteen that was a change Ostia twenty seventy twenty eight, but you know, I'm going to say twenty twenty right thea twenty twenty twenty and there's going to be a TV program called twenty twenty vision..

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"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Spice brise with British actor comedian and writer tash Dmitri. You. Tash is being on the podcast before and she's a friend. It's always a great pleasure to see tash. She's one of the funniest nicest people, I know and compensation included talking about her part in staff. Let's flats the sitcom she appeared in alongside the show's creator. Who's also her brother, Jamie Dmitri conversation was recorded in London back in April of this year twenty eighteen so the show hasn't gone out that point, but when it did go out on channel four it was very warmly received and hopes a high for a second series next year. Although that hasn't been confirmed as I speak. We also talked about painful breakup, why tasha's love for the film classic. It's a wonderful life recently turned to anger getting a apart in the TV version of taika white t t in Jemaine Clements vampire, mockumentary what we do in. The shadows. Which she is filming out in Canada as I speak got a text from her yesterday saying she was out there. And finally tash told me about her fascination with autonomous sensory Meridian response or. Which meant at the time. We spoke that she was obsessed with slime. It's what she likes me. Began with me getting up tight about time. Specifically, my very important worries which have shed on this podcast before about how best to say. What year it is? It's one of the big questions facing us in the modern world. Here we go..

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"tash" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"So it was a good niche for you to to pick. Yeah. And I you know, I just think that. Dating is is it's to me. It's very secret time in a woman's life. I think that it sets the tone and the foundation for a lot of things in the future. And sometimes if we're doing 'cause we're nervous, and we just like wanted to be over with like, we don't realize how this really sets up a lot of our future years, and what this means. And just just realized that there's just so much bad information out there. I'm sure you guys have seen it. Absolutely. So piggybacking on the dating stuff. How can people make their perfect mate checklists law of attraction friendly? Oh, yes. So typic- great question. So typically, we when we think about that that checklist we think about like I want him to be tall. I want him to be, you know, like live in this area or have this kind of job to kind of these exterior things. And as you know, you can meet somebody, right? Who is maybe a certain height. Two people can have the same things. Right. Have the same height have the same career live in the same area? But their insides would be very different. So what happens is we attract these people, and we're like, oh, they have all this outside stuff. But it doesn't like it doesn't work from the inside. And that's that's where the that's where we go wrong. Because really attracting about is about energies about the inside love is about the heart. Really? So the ideas that we want to work on how we want to feel like that's how we actually call that that person in and people get nervous about doing a list from that place because they're like, why don't wanna shape. I don't want to date the short fat guy. You know, and the truth is like, you're not you're just because you're doing feelings this one of your things on your feelings. This could be I wanna be attracted like I wanna feel track. Which is a fair thing to keep on your list. Yeah. Yeah. Why we always say like whenever people right in there with somebody. That's just nice where like it's okay for you not to be into them. Like, you know, they're nice because you do have to be attracted I call those people good on paper. You could even have guys that act. They've got a great career, right? They could they could even match everything on your list. But still if if it's not that like deep chemistry. Those people are just good on paper or you meet those people to have all the exterior in the inside. They're all sorts of like messed up, you know, they're not available or they're not emotionally vulnerable or whatever it is. And it's because you were your your mind was it's kind of being judgmental in many ways because your mind is like choosing from these outside things thinking that like if a person has outside things as the kind of person they are. But it's not true. So what type of things should be on the list because we had a relationship expert, Andrew tash, and she's big on having just was it five things on the list..

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"tash" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"tash" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The Wadi because coffee is a precious gift that is giving this women their lives back. It is the hope that one day they will not just have a few bushes to their name, but a piece of land to. Mercy juba. Still to come in this podcast, a breakthrough in the battle against one of the world's biggest killers to back usas if it works in humans, the first completely -nother approach to the treatment since the nineteen forties and legendary Watergate reporter, Bob Woodward speaks to the BBC about his expose on the Trump presidency Cohen stole the document from the president's desk and the president for God about it. Now to Syria with the forces of President Assad poised to advance on the last remaining rebel stronghold of inland. It appears that the final chapter in the seven years civil war is about to begin with tensions rising the United Nations, secretary General Antonio tash has cooled on the finest to polls in order to avoid a devastating bloodbath so much is at stake. It is absolutely central to avoid a full-scale battle in Italy. These would unleash a humanitarian nightmare and like any seen in the blood soaked CDN conflict. I make it clear that to all parties violently Indian directly involved. And in particular, the city guaranteed to esscalation zone, namely Iran Russia and Turkey spare no efforts to find solutions that protect civilians, but he's Irv basic services and those Beatles.

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Court sentences woman to life for neo-Nazi murders

BBC Newshour

02:44 min | 2 years ago

Court sentences woman to life for neo-Nazi murders

"The united states and china worsens japan hong kong and shanghai fell by between one and two percent european markets are also down china's commerce ministry says it shocked by us plans to impose a ten percent tariff on a further two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from china russianbacked syrian government forces have reportedly nonstop an offensive against the islamic state group in the southwest of the country johnston reports the syrian government is determined to reestablish its control over all of the southern province of its recently taken back swathes of territory from rebels of what's known as the free syrian army but islamic state militants continue to hold a corner of the province the british based syrian observatory for human rights says this sliver of territory has now been subjected to airstrikes and our tillery fire the militants set of counterattacked targeting a village just outside the area they control a neo nazi sympathizer in germany has been sentenced to life imprisonment for ten murders chapa was part of a gang that carried out racist killings jenny hill has more details one eight nine of tash descent was shot dead at close range the german authorities assumed romley that they've been caught up in immigrant gang violence in facts the victims had been deliberately targeted by a near nazi sal shaper entombed accomplices who later killed themselves well apparently intent on spreading terror among the tax community today shaper was sentenced to life in prison but the proceedings fails to address fundamental questions how and why did the killer select their victims and why did the german authorities seemingly do so little to protect them bbc news this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake democratic senators from the tristate area are building a case against brett cavanaugh president trump's nominee for the supreme court wnyc washington correspondent john o'connor reports connecticut senator chris murphy said trump's nominee could rule on a texas case challenging the affordable care act the trump administration is trying to get the judicial branch to invalidate protections for people with preexisting conditions congress couldn't repeal the law he said but cavenaugh dissented in a two thousand eleven decision upholding the aca new york's kirsten gillibrand said cavanaugh would undermine mine worker rights and other senators argued state gun laws and the special counsel trump investigation are also at risk with republicans controlling the senate democrats will need public pressure to prevent kavanagh's confirmation within six months since he took over as the head of the.

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Water supply to residents affected by Armley Gyratory pipe burst to return to normal 'very shortly'

Midday on WNYC

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Water supply to residents affected by Armley Gyratory pipe burst to return to normal 'very shortly'

"From asaka show damage traffic lights and road signs and water gushing from a number of burst water main pipes but overall structural damage appears to be remarkably light given the strength and the shallowness of the quake leading kurdish politician and presidential candidate in turkey has given a televised campaign speech from his prison cell ahead of the election next weekend selahattin demere tash denounced what he called the repressive regime of president register type edwin large crowds gathered in istanbul at a public screening if the address well news from the bbc libya's national oil corporation has warned of an environmental disaster as two huge oil storage tanks set ablaze during fighting continued to burn at the eastern port of raslan youth the corporation urged the immediate withdrawal of forces opposed to the libyan military strongman general highly for half an inquest into the deaths of four people at australia's biggest theme park has heard that the right they were on had broken down twice on the day of the fatal accident two years ago the victims were crushed to death after a pump failed on the ride at dreamworld in queensland his sydney correspondent who will griffiths the fall visitors were on the thunder river.

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Turkey's jailed pro-Kurdish candidate in first TV appearance for 20 months

Midday on WNYC

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Turkey's jailed pro-Kurdish candidate in first TV appearance for 20 months

"I'm robin lusting after the news in the full and final program in our series the future of english i'll be asking of english is turning into a language kill up people who don't speak english a told at risk of being regarded as less intelligent than those who do and as china's growing economic power spreads its influence around the world could mandarin chinese one day replacing dish as the world's most widely spoken language that's in the final episode of the future of english after the news bbc news with debbie russ the winner of colombia's presidential election yvonne duquet has told supporters he wants to see changes to the peace deal reached two years ago with falk rebels but speaking at a victory rally in bogota he promised to unite the country the exrebel leader rodrigo londono said the peaceful election proved that the peace process was bearing fruit the former us first lady laura bush has condemned the trump administration's policy towards immigrants suspected of crossing the border illegally from mexico writing in the washington post she describes the separation of children from their parents as cruel immoral and heartbreaking earlier president trump's wife melania said the country needed to govern with a heart an earthquake in the japanese city of osaka has killed three people and injured scores of others tens of thousands have been left without power and transport has been disrupted a presidential candidate in turkey has given a televised campaign speech from his prison cell ahead of next weekend's election the kurdish politicians selahattin demia tash has been detained since late twenty sixteen for alleged links to outlawed militants there's been a warning of a possible environmental disaster in libya after fighting at the eastern port of ruslana f left to huge oil storage tanks ablaze a militia known as the petroleum facilities god began its attack on thursday an inquest into the deaths of four people at australia's biggest theme park has heard that the right they were on had broken down twice on the day of the fatal accident two years ago the victims were crushed to death after a pump failed on a ride at dreamworld in queensland and the world health organization has for the.

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Putin condemns Syrian attack and convenes urgent UN security council meeting

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Putin condemns Syrian attack and convenes urgent UN security council meeting

"Is monitoring reaction around the world and a statement i think from the russian president is this just coming in from our colleagues ever bbc monitoring it's confirmed something we'd heard earlier nights speculation from russian lawmaker now coming from president putin russia is convening an urgent meeting at the united nations security council at the words of president putin russia condemned the attack on syria in the most serious way the syrian strike is an act of aggression so strong words coming out of moscow but they are words and though the cooling of a meeting at the united nations security council is big diplomatic action it is diplomatic action are also very interesting words coming in from tehran iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei denouncing the us president donald trump france's emmanuel macron and britain's theresa may as war criminals after they launched the s strikes overnight they attract attack was morning against syria is a crime just one other thing and that is that i've been monitoring throughout the last few hours for word of casualties and it's still just those reports are three people injured coming in from the civilians three civilians injured those are the only reports on the why's that i've seen coming in across the bbc of casualties anc you in a moment political correspondent rob watson will join us and theresa may said british involvement in the ass strikes was vital let's hear her words this is the first time as prime minister that i have had to take the decision to commit our armed forces in combat and it is not a decision i have taken lightly i have done so because i judged this action to be in britain's national interest we cannot allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized within syria on the streets of the uk or anywhere else in our world we would have preferred an alternative path but on this occasion there is no history teaches us that the international community must defend the global rules and standards that keep us all safe that is what our country has always done and what we will continue to do robots in the prime minister of being very precise about the scope of his action and what she intends to achieve she hasn't got the backing of parliament tash you know i guess two points an first one is that the government the.

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Soyuz brings three crew members to space station

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Soyuz brings three crew members to space station

"The ski report with charlie ross i'm charlie ross with the wbz ski report cool temperatures in the mountains kind of makes you feel like the ski season last forever but we know it doesn't we have quality weekends right now you get out there it's dry for the most part maybe some mountain flurries here and there and watch use it still on ninety six percent of their terrain there skiing and riding day and night and so we're pats peak and crotchet in southern new hampshire on every trail melt sunup all their slopes covering eighteen miles of terrain going from the top of the sun bowl in their high speed quad chairs ragged mountain waterville valley both at least fifty slopes us freestyle championships at waterville valley moguls and aerials wrapping up on saturday added tash has their grandstand mogul jam bumps skiers compete and if you don't like the bumps that still great to watch you can always take on steve groomers like ptarmigan tight rope and attitudes they have plenty of cruisers to killing to nearly seventy miles of pack powder in vermont paiko and smugglers notch or one hundred percent i'm charlie ross for wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six twenty six say soyuz capsule carrying two american astronauts and a russian cosmonaut docks where the international space station the docking took place at about ten forty last night it comes two days after the capsule blasted off from russia's manned space launch complex the new crew will spend about five months on the space station one of san francisco's most famous songs about the city by the bay will be preserved in the library of congress's national recording registry correspondent mark mayfield has more on tony bennetts famous song left ma.

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