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"tatyana" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

04:50 min | Last week

"tatyana" Discussed on Mom Brain

"That. So that was such a great conversation with Tatyana. Ali Mom of two and I'm so grateful that she was willing to share about her story between her birth with her first son to her birth with her second how it really helped her heal the way that she needed to. Which I think a lot of moms go through but it was really really challenging to to confront these realities that a lot of black mothers black babies specifically are dealing with and and we do have a maternal health crisis in this country that I I know we've spoken about a bit on mom brain and I think we hopefully, we'll get chat with with more experts in in the area because Obviously all of us are committed to making sure that mothers and babies have the best possible experience entering the world and bringing new life into the world and I also loved the closing thought she left us with around giving her kids this wonderful sense of who they came from and who what their potentials and who they can be because I. Think. That is a really critical part of the conversation moving forward around identity and around community and around acceptance and around equality like it is about knowing who you are first and foremost and how to hold your space in this universe. So I just really enjoyed listening to a woman who has a girl I thought was the coolest person ever has. And Will Smith low cuts life. She truly. She truly is a like an amazing amazing human and we were lucky to to have this time with her. So we hope you guys loved the interview to, and now it's time for our favorite things. Now, it's time for our saying. Yes are you guys my favorite thing? I am in full nesting mode getting ready to have this baby in. Like two and a half months something like that and I am so late to this party. BUT BABIES DOT COM is so fun and I, you know baby let's Dot Com. No. Okay. We'll everybody I, kept on asking on on my instagram for like different advice in. Dot Com data and it's so cool. It has like so much stuff. But I started having babies back in babies. R S days. And so I feel like. It just they have got a like reviews things in there like the top bathtubs twenty twenty and i. don't know what's wrong with me right now. But I am like car seat obsessed I can't bring myself to actually purchase a car seat and I think it's kind of funny because we're like in covert lockdown and like we don't go anywhere and that's right. About everything, you might by small for your child by the car. Acting. The baby will have to at least like once coming from the hospital. But yes. All right anyway what's your favorite thing? Okay. So my favorite thing I I wanNA share a snack that I've been gnashing on the summer I feel like you know look it's hot. You're you're just Every I feel like I'm always looking for a little bit of something comforting during the days. I don't want to eat. Ice Cream every. Every evening although that would definitely be the preferred mope moment for me something cooling something light but I. I started I bought these at whole foods maybe a year ago, and it was one of those things like I put in the back of my pantry and never kind of realized that I had until recently I've been working through everything pantry they're dried organic jack fruit from a company called Muno harvest. It is one of the most delicious. It tastes like toffee like there is the way that the sweetness in it condenses and it's really choice so you can't over. Eat it because I think something that you know if you have a bit of a sweet tooth, fruit is normally the GO-TO, but you can overdo it on fruit to fruit has a quite a bit of its own sugar especially dried out for So it's the perfect for me like it tastes like toffee. It really has this wonderful caramel sweetness. It's chewing enough that I'm not tempted eat the whole bag because like you'll literally you know pull your job out so. It's been what my summer season. It's Nice I have it in my purse or I'll keep it are just around and it's one of those things where you can have it. Have it on standby for a quick burst of energy. You're just a nice snack the kids like again it's a little bit of like a tough chew but. I really I have to say it's better than mango for me. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram Rate Review subscribe at your friends e mail. As Membrane pod come we love everything from questions to comments to A. People who you think should be on the podcast we we are very much look forward to all of your emails, and if you have thoughts about the the podcasts, the episode, if you want to continue the conversation head online, we are on all those platforms as Hillary just we'd love to love to bring you guys in an have more of the conversation continue their. All right guys talking next week. This is mom brain with Aria Baldwin and. Mom Brain is a gallery media group original production..

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"tatyana" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

04:29 min | Last week

"tatyana" Discussed on Mom Brain

"Now. . I know that you do. . We do we know that you do a of work for <hes> with marchforbabies? ? Can you tell us a little bit about marchforbabies and your work that you do with them I started working with the march of dimes when I was very young and I used to visit a Nikki's and stuff and <hes> many years ago when I was doing fresh prince. . My mom really liked the march of dimes always supported them, , and so you know <hes> when they came to us she she was like this is a good deal. . Good 'cause I had amazing experiences <hes>. . Now again, I'm , working with them on the celebrity advocate council. . Everything changed once. . On and I joined that council right before <hes> covid started <hes>. . So it's become. . been involved in Webinars and you know I tried to get information out there <hes> I. . The thing that I've become really interested in because of actually my first experience which wasn't. . The best. . To say the least I ended up having an emergency C. section. . Things were done at the hospital that were you know when I when I talk to people now and I talked to experts as I've become more interested in in this. . Maternal health care. . If like their eyes go wide, , their mouths are like that's not I've never heard that I've never heard of that. . But all these people like putting their forearms in my belly like. . Just was really crazy. . It was really crazy and at a hospital you'd. . Was it like affiliated at was just because you were in the wrong place at the wrong time or you think it was like a, , it's a hospital that has a very, , very high like extraordinarily high C. section rate. . And a you know a good the nurses were great. . It's a well, , it's a great a good, , very good hospital, , excellent hospital but. . Their maternity ward, , they're they're known for. . C.. . Sections it's actually a nickname that they're giving amongst the maternal health community that I didn't know at the time but I, , started to do my own kind of legwork and. . Going to birth summits and learning about the black maternal health crisis <hes>. . You know this this is the one-sixth that people talk about all the time. . But black women are three times more likely to die in childbirth than white women and we have a maternal health care crisis in the United States period <hes> because <hes> and it really is like the more you talk about in the more you get into the wise. . It really is because we have a structurally like Patriarch Patriarchal System a structurally racist system and it has to biases it has to do with so many things. . So so I started really getting into that work in. . March of dimes asked me to be on their council just to help get information out there. . Now with Cova, , you don't really getting people I have. . One friend just gave birth but I've had three pregnant friends. . One is about to give birth in. . Who are pregnant and caring for themselves and being cared for during all of this, , and there's a lot to like. . There's there's a lot to think about in and fight for Fisher. . I'm learning a lot more now I I. . was really taken aback by adding we've heard how much we lag behind other western and and modern societies that are that are take really good care of women in childbirth and how much the US has really lagged behind in many ways <hes> both in terms of like honoring the mother's wishes and in terms of really like protecting. . The protecting the integrity of like exploring those options as opposed to going to the most expeditious potentially like you know the the the least room for unpredictable outcomes but also a predictable outcome that you don't necessarily want. . Those interventions lead to a lot of problems that wouldn't probably happened if those interventions weren't they're totally. . So I'm so curious because you I'm so sorry that you went through a, , you know a a difficult first birth because I I know that also a never having been through any birth before you probably at some point thought like did I do something wrong like with is supposed to have said this at the other like You know they're and and I'm I'm birth is a beautiful experience and it also even its best cases is a holy like body opening wrenching experience too. . So <hes>, , you clearly have your beautiful sat on the other side and that's really that's really the most important piece.

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The Challenges Black Mothers Face In America With Tatyana Ali

Mom Brain

04:29 min | Last week

The Challenges Black Mothers Face In America With Tatyana Ali

"Now. I know that you do. We do we know that you do a of work for with marchforbabies? Can you tell us a little bit about marchforbabies and your work that you do with them I started working with the march of dimes when I was very young and I used to visit a Nikki's and stuff and many years ago when I was doing fresh prince. My mom really liked the march of dimes always supported them, and so you know when they came to us she she was like this is a good deal. Good 'cause I had amazing experiences Now again, I'm working with them on the celebrity advocate council. Everything changed once. On and I joined that council right before covid started So it's become. been involved in Webinars and you know I tried to get information out there I. The thing that I've become really interested in because of actually my first experience which wasn't. The best. To say the least I ended up having an emergency C. section. Things were done at the hospital that were you know when I when I talk to people now and I talked to experts as I've become more interested in in this. Maternal health care. If like their eyes go wide, their mouths are like that's not I've never heard that I've never heard of that. But all these people like putting their forearms in my belly like. Just was really crazy. It was really crazy and at a hospital you'd. Was it like affiliated at was just because you were in the wrong place at the wrong time or you think it was like a, it's a hospital that has a very, very high like extraordinarily high C. section rate. And a you know a good the nurses were great. It's a well, it's a great a good, very good hospital, excellent hospital but. Their maternity ward, they're they're known for. C.. Sections it's actually a nickname that they're giving amongst the maternal health community that I didn't know at the time but I, started to do my own kind of legwork and. Going to birth summits and learning about the black maternal health crisis You know this this is the one-sixth that people talk about all the time. But black women are three times more likely to die in childbirth than white women and we have a maternal health care crisis in the United States period because and it really is like the more you talk about in the more you get into the wise. It really is because we have a structurally like Patriarch Patriarchal System a structurally racist system and it has to biases it has to do with so many things. So so I started really getting into that work in. March of dimes asked me to be on their council just to help get information out there. Now with Cova, you don't really getting people I have. One friend just gave birth but I've had three pregnant friends. One is about to give birth in. Who are pregnant and caring for themselves and being cared for during all of this, and there's a lot to like. There's there's a lot to think about in and fight for Fisher. I'm learning a lot more now I I. was really taken aback by adding we've heard how much we lag behind other western and and modern societies that are that are take really good care of women in childbirth and how much the US has really lagged behind in many ways both in terms of like honoring the mother's wishes and in terms of really like protecting. The protecting the integrity of like exploring those options as opposed to going to the most expeditious potentially like you know the the the least room for unpredictable outcomes but also a predictable outcome that you don't necessarily want. Those interventions lead to a lot of problems that wouldn't probably happened if those interventions weren't they're totally. So I'm so curious because you I'm so sorry that you went through a, you know a a difficult first birth because I I know that also a never having been through any birth before you probably at some point thought like did I do something wrong like with is supposed to have said this at the other like You know they're and and I'm I'm birth is a beautiful experience and it also even its best cases is a holy like body opening wrenching experience too. So you clearly have your beautiful sat on the other side and that's really that's really the most important piece.

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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas

Classics for Kids

03:58 min | 2 months ago

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas

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

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"tatyana" Discussed on 1A

1A

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"tatyana" Discussed on 1A

"Particularly scary. Because they're in this big moving vehicle enders anything that they could do to you and that does happen a lot and driving cultures which are more like rural areas as well Tatyana. We're going to talk about your art in just a moment. But before we do I want to read an email from Suzanne. Who SAYS IF YOU'RE A woman in this world you have been privy to street harassment? I've not I have faced it my entire life even now fifty two. I cannot walk or bike or maneuver the streets at any time without having to face this beyond guard and face the subsequent. Es feelings that never really change even after decades of this. It's sad but I figure it'll stop for me once I'm dead. This is an issue for men to fix not women and that makes me want to ask you taught on a speak to men for just one second this topic and I get. It can make men defensive. Maybe they're not harassers especially if they're not harassers. Don't really want to hear a conversation like this. But Suzanne makes the point. This is an issue for men to fix. It is an issue for men to fix. You know we are not the ones we are not harassing ourselves. Men are harassing us. Says Hetero men in particular are the ones who are harassing us in? So because of that they'd have to be the ones to stop the behavior. They have to be the ones to stop other men to stop themselves. And I think it's important for men to really examine themselves and their lives. And how they have been sexist and perhaps violin or harassing two women in their lives. They probably don't think that they are the ones who are yelling. Women on the street or calling them and maybe they aren't but that doesn't excuse them from the issue. That doesn't excuse them from the problem. So state men to really listen to what I am saying with. These callers are saying the women in your lives are saying to take heat so that and to do something about it you know to find yourself some way in the fight against street harassment In the fight against sexual harassment. In general you know. I think that we can't do this by ourselves. We talk about this as women but men really are the ones who have to step up and do something about it I don't think that men should listen to this and and get defensive I don't understand why they would do that. I think when women talk about our experiences when we talk about our lives Witnessing is invalid or it isn't it isn't real. It isn't right. We are a lot of times being gassed limit. When we talk about this stuff and so the first step I think is for men to not gaslight us to listen to us and to believe us and then to do something about it and I'll say something to men listening from another Guy Even if you're not you're not a harasser and maybe you're not one thing you can do is talk to your friends. Talk to your brothers. Talk to other fellas when you hear harassment when you see it on the street see something. Say something doesn't have to be a big deal if a guy hears it from another guy. Believe me it sinks in. I'm Tatyana your work. Your artwork tell women stop telling women to smile. It's become a national and an international project. You've you've traveled to different cities around world. Have you seen a difference even in different cities around America? The stories you've gotten from women are their geographical differences does the quality or the frequency or the perception of harassment differ depending on where you go across this country. Yeah I think it does in you know. We talked a little bit about rural areas versus urban areas but there are also regional cultural differences. You know so you know. In the south people say things like baby sweetie as terms of endearment or And so that may be seen differently in the public space depending on. Who's using it and how they're using IT Again driving versus walking in just your proximity to people when I moved to New York from Oklahoma Or from Philadelphia. I should say there's just so many people you are constantly you can't help but to interact with folks all of the time and so of course. It makes a huge difference. There's also the thing about class you know if you're someone who's going to be taking public transportation rather or versus someone who can afford to just take a car or have a driver everywhere rate. Your experiences of the public space is going to be different. So Yeah I've definitely seen differences as regionally here in the states and of course I've gone to Mexico City of Paris with the work and of course regional and cultural differences there as well you find differences in the way people perceive or what their threshold is for harassment. For sure you know when I have conversations with women. I the first question that I ask them. How do you define street harassment? I don't ever want to come to someone and tell them that they should be offended by someone or to tell them what street harassment is. I told I ask them what. They define street. Harassment is Because I think you know say a sixteen year old girl who lives in Miami. Her culture her experiences her neighborhood. Her family her friends will be different from say you know a Middle Age white woman and Mellow America. Maybe their experiences and definitions of sheet harassment will be different Me As a black woman who's grown up and lived in black areas and neighborhoods most of my life My Experience of street harassment. How I defined. It might be different from someone else. You know So I definitely don't want to put that on. People always ask them. What is your definition of street harassment in the important thing here? I mean this project in this work the posters on the streets. The book sitting in front of me now have started an advance this national conversation and talking about it being serious about it is the first step to helping ended still to come. Should all conversations initiated by strangers on the street be.

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News in Brief 14 August 2019

UN News

03:13 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 14 August 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations the u._n. Assistance mission in afghanistan says it is gravely concerned at reports that eleven seven civilians were killed during a state-sponsored security operation in a tweet on wednesday unanimous said that they had died in a search operation carried out in paktiya province in the east of the country during the festival earlier this week accountability is essential and harm to civilians must stop the mission insisted fisted the development which reportedly claimed the lives of students comes as unit continues to support preparations for the delayed afghan-led presidential election due due to take place at next month. Paraguay should take action to prosecute those responsible for the illegal use of fertilizers that allegedly led to the death of one farmer pharma and the poisoning of at least twenty others a u._n. Appointed panel of independent experts has said according to the human rights committee the large-scale spraying of of toxic agrochemicals in canon day department in the east of the country has severely impacted living conditions health and livelihoods it said in a statement that despite despite samples being found in people's homes that showed the presence of banned chemicals many years ago subsequent investigations had made no substantive progress and had not led to any any finding of criminal responsibility ought to the address of the harm caused the expert panel maintained that water resources and aquifers had been contaminated by industrial soybean food production that it caused the loss of fruit trees the death of farm animals and severe crop damage the committee also highlighted a court ruling in paraguay which found that the authorities authorities had failed to protect people from the toxic products while also calling for a buffer zone between housing and growing areas and finally to the conference on disarmament in geneva where the u._n.'s top diplomat there has urged governments to be more successful in tackling global threats to peace tatyana valla via. Who's the first woman secretary general of the conference on disarmament armament as well as the first female director general in the swiss city wanted escalating tensions around the world who are severely jeopardizing the gains made in the last forty years at the conference prince by member states new scientific technological developments and dynamics were challenging international security misspell via insisted while also calling for the conference to who overcome their differences and such results for us to move forward and get things done to deliver on the important mandate without on this body we must i ensure that the conference does what it was intended to do to negotiate and the new instruments gathering complex sensitive and urgent urgent issues of national and international security issues that impact on every living being on this plant ms valla virus comments followed recent ending ending of the intermediate range nuclear forces or an f. treaty between the united states and russia in a statement at the beginning of the month u._n. Secretary general antonio guitarist i underline the need to avoid what he called destabilizing developments and to urgently seek agreement on a new common path for international arms control daniel johnson. You're news.

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Will Leo roar at the box office?

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Will Leo roar at the box office?

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Matt This Weekend Quentin Tarantino's latest. Maybe one of his last May be his last movie. Once upon a time in Hollywood he flirts with retirement. <hes> and opens in theaters people are going to watch this one pretty closely because it is one of the few original adult Hollywood tent Poles not a Disney movie not a marvel film not a sequel that is. Is Open to <hes> in this summer of a lot of sequels a big movie with a big budget. Probably they're saying ninety million. I'm guessing that's probably a little bit short of what it really costs all star cast and this is you know not just a test of <hes> Tarantino's appeal but it it's yet another display of Leo DiCaprio's incredible draw and we just had a piece by our colleague at the Hollywood reporter Tatyana Siegel about really how leave to Caprio stands. <music> out maybe in some senses as the last true movie star Yeah. That's an interesting argument because you've seen over the past five to ten years that the industry has moved away from star power and towards pre branded easily sellable global franchises whether it Superheroes Star Wars <hes> you know things that don't need a star necessarily look. I'm which actually I hate that expression but that's what stars in movies now right and you've seen a generation Asian stars now come up in this environment and they are not the prime appeal anymore except for Leo DiCaprio. He doesn't work very often. This is first film since the revenue in two thousand fifteen <hes> he doesn't do. You social media other than occasionally plugging environmental causes. He's not on TV. He doesn't engage with his audience. As most modern stars do like the Rock or Kevin Hart or People like that. This is an old school movie star except up for the fact that he grosses hundreds of millions of dollars doing essentially art house movies and this'll be maybe a test you know Tarantino movies are very specific. There are rated. They tend to be violent. <hes> you know some people are passionate. Fashioning passionate fans. I think probably skews more male than female. We're seeing it tracking to open. Maybe they're thinking at Sony pictures which is releasing this film thirty million dollars <hes> for the weekend other analysts think it will be more but it since it is aimed as adults and they generally don't aren't in the theaters the first weekend. We'll see how it plays over the summer. <hes> the question but you know we have seen some softness. The reviews are generally positive. Give but there's a little bit of like I think I would say grading on a curve because people who view movies often love Tarantino Yeah and I've seen it and it is what people are calling a hang out movie. I think that's just another way of saying. There's not much plot. There's a lot how to people kind of hanging out driving around l. a. and the sixties there's this Manson family subplot in the film. <hes> it really is dependent on whether you want to spend two hours and forty minutes hanging out with Brad Pitt and Leonardo di caprio because that is the real lure here so Leo is the draw. He's the selling point he's the most of the marketing has been built on the fact that you've got him and Brad Pitt who's no slouch but not as proven of a box office star as Leo is so this.

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"tatyana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Blockchain data is also index so you can get transaction statistics address balances and more for Bitcoin. Another networks blocked up dot I._O.. Is Free for personal use and you don't even need to create an account to access the A._p._i.. To get started added try some of the example queries on the homepage at WLAC dot. I L it's time for this. Show the TAB T. on his show where you make friends and talk lie and Crypto. We pay a news latter into. into lay with our heart when we were together I know that it can be so the and look around say okay so that is lack. We will by and say that listen Jason Fane Show. What's the point of all this technology without a little love in our lives are hosts? Tatyana Moreau's Dr Stephanie Murphy and Lauren Kassovitz have come together to bring you proof of love go to proof of Love Cast Dot Com thank you for listening to the Tatyana show. Please follow us on twitter at Queen Tatyana or on facebook and Instagram at Tatyana Miro's music more are episodes can be found at the Tatyana show dot com and make sure you leave a review on itunes and tell your friends the Tatyana.

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Anti-corruption lawyer wins first round of Slovakia election

BBC World Service

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Anti-corruption lawyer wins first round of Slovakia election

"The hour. Results are coming in of presidential elections in the central European country of Slovakia and politics. There seems to be taking a very different direction from those in neighbouring Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland a liberal pro. European pro gay anti corruption female candidate has been firm. Winner of the first round Tathiana yon, Sarah Cova is Reuters Slovakia correspondent. Appetizers forty five. She just one the first round of the election by one slides. She got more than forty percent of the vote, vile. Her opponent backed by the ruling party only got more than eighteen percent of the vote. She's a public interest lawyer, she's an anti-corruption campaigner shivered AG NGO and her her most famous job from the past is her fortune year fight against an illegal landfill at her hometown. Which he managed to get close. Eventually she has very little little political experience and that stands her apart from the other candidates. I assume yes, she never held any elected office. This is her first. Well, she just joined a political party a year ago, a small liberal Progressive Party. So this this will be if she gets elected this will be her first. Doc in politics. Why do you think she's breaking through to so many voters in what is traditionally seen as a fairly conservative Catholic country when she's speaking up on issues such as gay rights because gay rights the the issue of the day for these elections. It was the fight against corruption. After last year's murder of an investigative reporter, young could see and his fiancee Martina and subsequent mass protests that forced then prime minister Robert feet saw who was in power for more than a decade to resign. So there was some kind of a voter fatigue with the ruling party combined with the shock from the murder. And also. Perceived corruption by government officials across the political spectrum, but mostly by the party, which has held power for so long. Which had influenced the election most. And this will be watched this election very closely all over Europe and the world, I suppose, but perhaps particularly in neighbouring, Hungary, which has a populist right-wing government. Yeah. Possibly and it will be interesting to watch. Slog Hungarian relations, which have been tense for for years. Medina. They improved after a an ethnic Hungarian party joined the ruling coalition in Slovakia Hungarians make up about ten percents of Slovakia's population. So it'll be interesting to watch and meeting between chapel Tara and Hungarian President or prime minister that was Tatyana young Sarah Cova who writes for Reuters is Hlavac hlavac's on the initial results of their presidential elections.

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SIDS risk doubles with one cigarette a day during pregnancy

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

SIDS risk doubles with one cigarette a day during pregnancy

"But now new medical research from Seattle Children's at Microsoft gets far more specific about the risk of even one cigarette. According to this joint study, any amount of smoking can be very bad for baby making only a single cigarettes on average per day during pregnancy doubled the risk of. Essentially, the doctor Tatyana Anderson with Seattle Children's lead author for the study looked at a lot of women and babies with information from the CDC every live birth in the United States between two thousand seven and two thousand eleven which was over twenty million. I in the US and more than nineteen thousand of those babies died of sudden, unexpected infant death SIDS under that umbrella. They found smoking during pregnancy is responsible for eight hundred of the approximately thirty seven hundred deaths in the US every year and for women who smoke and won't stop even though they are pregnant cutting back does matter if they are able to reduce for every cigarette there is a measurable decrease in risk. The findings are published today in the journal

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ECB move sends stocks lower; dollar climbs

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:05 min | 1 year ago

ECB move sends stocks lower; dollar climbs

"Time now for the morning, call Tatyana dairy as here she is a reporter for Bloomberg's macro squawk. Lot of concern about weak global growth concern after that ECB meeting earlier today in stocks here in the US remained under pressure following for a fourth session. And that's the longest losing streak this year. Of course, those global growth concerns weighing on markets and currency. Markets as well enough exercise the dollar adding to gains while the euro plans to the lowest level since mid twenty seventeen the Japanese yen extending gains while the while the Chinese one fell against the dollar, and is now trading at the lowest in more than two weeks, turning Asian stocks teachers are mixed with the CSI three hundred pointing to a higher open and on the economic front. We have a Chinese trade data and Japan for GDP lie from the first word breaking news desk, I'm Tatyana. Daria. All right in terms of the Japanese equity market, which will be up and running at the top of the hour. Nikkei futures in Chicago have us down more than three hundred and thirty points, or

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"tatyana" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"In was I jump at told you I told you. And I saw that amazing photo that you posted afterwards where you have the two belts in bed with you. And I know this year has been very special not only because your compliments also winning back home in Brazil in may. But because of your partner Nina answer off as well, we mentioned earlier in the show one of the finalists for most improved fighter of the year for both of you now to have this year where you're both. Streaking you're making history. She's now title contender this. I would imagine make it all that much more special right for show, and very helpful Yuna. I always I always knew she she can get that, you know, she can be the champion. I always knew ending she proved now she's she's the next day ending. I should be. I think she's of decided shot on because he had I see Nina and five I think she she just eat Jason teas. And I'm pretty sure she she supposed to be the next that I had already and she can fight. Forgot had made. I forgot it named the say. She's contained his route Tatyana touch outta Suarez. Taty honest wadis in Nina put about I think, I think unite you rose is going to be fun. You know, I know she's going to both is going to go. Strike the whole. I mean, it's going to be fun. I know the fight us ended. But when would you like to return to action do even know yet give time though now I'm going to take like a good break for sure Brazil? I have a lot of these numbers. You have to go that and see my family in stay little be that have my these numbers you have to care in in in Sierra happy, and he'd sometime I went through a lot. But just like on in in a need some rice a good arrest? I got I got seeked up with. Escape has to stop like almost like my whole camper hefty like fake break. My life spy got hurt in. I have to stop once again. But everything will out. You know, I'm glad like I was be able to to be fast in beverage. Gotta do walk done. But ways was a mental that for me was a mental fight between me myself. You know in the heck's two lights. Abrasion still it'd be with my in in good time, Brazil, I just wanna make sure I heard you correctly. You said in your last sparring session. You got hurt yet? What happened did you bag? You know, like when you say the cage, you you get like switch Sidey sometimes they'll be able to control yourself you low. You'll go against those guys to like. They that. I know they they always that you help me everything, but sometimes like winning in that kind of situation you throw bum in. They throw bubbles each other in days happening. This spy. Always Moi's station at all. But I got very hard hurt in to have to take a week off won't do anything. It was really. Hurt an even be able to step into flaw things like that. I was about that the whole weekend. Like, I can't turn despite down a half to go a have to move forward in these in. I think like the way that I think would. I mean, my mice set would just fight. I'm going to go stepping whatever you you're going to the keys you inside bone won't care. What happened? What did you hurt? What was injury was my leg. Wow. And I always be the next day on those putting my my my flow at all were you close to pulling out. Not actually, no. No. I went back. The do. I did like only up about things. The whole almost my whole last week. I only did up body team in was able to at least get a cardio without a body in. That's it. But was was little tough for me. Imagining be ready for bogging no train the life. I can't imagine away their way you wanna train like stepping, Katie. Like, you know. You're gonna you're gonna be a paddle Indy. You know, be able to really like be one hundred percents that it'll be hard enough. And so last thing, how's the leg? Now. Do you know how is it still hurting or are you gonna have to surgery? What can you tell us about the leg? Actually, the right now, he's pretty good. When I got there. I was right away..

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"tatyana" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"In was I jump at told you I told you. And I saw that amazing photo that you posted afterwards where you have the two belts in bed with you. And I know this year has been very special not only because your compliments also winning back home in Brazil in may. But because of your partner Nina answer off as well, we mentioned earlier in the show one of the finalists for most improved fighter of the year for both of you now to have this year where you're both. Streaking you're making history. She's now title contender this. I would imagine make it all that much more special right for show, and very helpful Yuna. I always I always knew she she can get that, you know, she can be the champion. I always knew ending she proved now she's she's the next day ending. I should be. I think she's of decided shot on because he had I see Nina and five I think she she just eat Jason teas. And I'm pretty sure she she supposed to be the next that I had already and she can fight. Forgot had made. I forgot it named the say. She's contained his route Tatyana touch outta Suarez. Taty honest wadis in Nina put about I think, I think unite you rose is going to be fun. You know, I know she's going to both is going to go. Strike the whole. I mean, it's going to be fun. I know the fight us ended. But when would you like to return to action do even know yet give time though now I'm going to take like a good break for sure Brazil? I have a lot of these numbers. You have to go that and see my family in stay little be that have my these numbers you have to care in in in Sierra happy, and he'd sometime I went through a lot. But just like on in in a need some rice a good arrest? I got I got seeked up with. Escape has to stop like almost like my whole camper hefty like fake break. My life spy got hurt in. I have to stop once again. But everything will out. You know, I'm glad like I was be able to to be fast in beverage. Gotta do walk done. But ways was a mental that for me was a mental fight between me myself. You know in the heck's two lights. Abrasion still it'd be with my in in good time, Brazil, I just wanna make sure I heard you correctly. You said in your last sparring session. You got hurt yet? What happened did you bag? You know, like when you say the cage, you you get like switch Sidey sometimes they'll be able to control yourself you low. You'll go against those guys to like. They that. I know they they always that you help me everything, but sometimes like winning in that kind of situation you throw bum in. They throw bubbles each other in days happening. This spy. Always Moi's station at all. But I got very hard hurt in to have to take a week off won't do anything. It was really. Hurt an even be able to step into flaw things like that. I was about that the whole weekend. Like, I can't turn despite down a half to go a have to move forward in these in. I think like the way that I think would. I mean, my mice set would just fight. I'm going to go stepping whatever you you're going to the keys you inside bone won't care. What happened? What did you hurt? What was injury was my leg. Wow. And I always be the next day on those putting my my my flow at all were you close to pulling out. Not actually, no. No. I went back. The do. I did like only up about things. The whole almost my whole last week. I only did up body team in was able to at least get a cardio without a body in. That's it. But was was little tough for me. Imagining be ready for bogging no train the life. I can't imagine away their way you wanna train like stepping, Katie. Like, you know. You're gonna you're gonna be a paddle Indy. You know, be able to really like be one hundred percents that it'll be hard enough. And so last thing, how's the leg? Now. Do you know how is it still hurting or are you gonna have to surgery? What can you tell us about the leg? Actually, the right now, he's pretty good. When I got there. I was right away..

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"tatyana" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Amy Schumer is such a fan of Tatyana 's work that she named her dog Tatyana Sahni. Here's the dog. But I'm not the least bit jealous because my gut says Amy's naming her first born Andrew Cohen Schumer anyway, so an honor of Amy's A-List dog we're gonna play. I'm gonna show you photos of Matz, and you just both have to try to guess their monikers. I will give you a multiple choice. Okay. I is this Pino. Greasy omer. No or short. I guess you're playing against to say there's something quick classy about the way that Chardonnay is looking I think it shared may even though she's sitting in about. He's. Okay. Is this piper Magnus or Brooklyn? She'd be it looks rough and tough kind. So maybe rookie too little hand. Okay. You're playing. You're playing against each other. You don't have to agree is this taco pancake or carrot. What do you think this game's carrot for Sean means they got to see it is taco? Okay. Is this Luther glitter or Leo shawny say Luther Tatyana, I'm gonna go. Leo. It's Leo talk to you. Is this Morris? Just not Terrence Howard, John Travolta. So cute, Sean. So I'm going to say it's more strict talk to you, Mr. Terrence Howard, Sean gets the point. This dog, Percy Beasley or peaches, Sean. I'm going to say Beasley Tatyana Hersi. It's biz busy. Sammy poppy or Bessie, I'm gonna say Betsy. Kiana fine. I'll say poppy, it's Vesey. Sean. You're going to do one more is this looser gusts or north? Why is game? So fun. We Norman for heaven. I'm gonna say Luther it is Gus. Sean wins the game. Where did you to me? He used to be the DJ on the Ellen Degeneres talk show. And then so I was a fan of his and he came to some tapes. And we'll Gracie was a fan of mine, and I was really healthy to date fans. Tatyana Darren e wants to know if you've ever gotten a chance to tell general Rolands that our performance in a woman under the influences, the reason, you're an actress they have not you haven't absolutely died to think she's watching tonight. Jenna your performance in women under the influence is the reason I'm an actor. And thank you for watching tonight. I know I she's not watching. But I think we'll send. Here doorbell. So this is the story of how the sugar Plum fairy got her weighing. Yeah. Yeah. It's an origin story of the sugar Plum fairy from the nutcracker, so ETA Hoffman's insane wonderful story is this kind of her Baxter where she comes from. Did you have to like get rights to that? I was doing really well. Yeah. Bad news. Oh, no. That's great. It's very sweet. Because everyone knows that. But they don't know the backstory, right? Well, it's like wicked. It's totally like wicked. I can't wait to see the musical to doing the musical short. Two nights. Jack hall goes to the president of said he's read some of his own administration's comprehensive climate change report. But he doesn't believe it. Okay. You don't believe in climate change the Christmas trees in the White House. Have heard bud read what other signed do you need? Yes. Those those are the Christmas trees that the White House. Yeah. They were they were. They were unveiled today. Game of thrones. Their blood red. We don't understand Gorz gaming gore. Do you think we'll like a throne says, yes, it's fascinating. Scott..

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"tatyana" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"Tatyana we are so excited to have you on the show. You so much. I'm as people crowded. I mean, I feel like I've been following your work for, I mean, both of us for probably a year or two. And then I think I saw you post something about being boss, and I think that we all realize that we were all following each other, and I don't know. I just fan girl out on you all the our slack group kind of like freaked out for a moment. There was like some screen shot sharing and all of these things, and we were like, all right, done. Tatyana is coming on the show. That's wild. I think it was like you were showing your desk with some cards, and then the being boss book and we were like losing our minds subsided, and that was like a period where I was travelling agreed deal. So your bug are being bossed book was like my personal companion lying might might get away scape when I could in those moments of travel. We'll we're so excited to keep you company. But this episode is all about you because I am were both. So curious about your entire journey and tarot and as a creative entrepreneur and what you're up to. So to begin, can you just give us a little bit of background as to what it is that you do for a living as a creative entrepreneur, and then how you got into being an intuitive tarot reader? Absolutely. So I consider myself intuitive tower reader. I utilize tarot as a form to help my clients getting more. Clarity in their lives to help empower them to help them boasted confidence in the sense of direction in purpose essentially to to remind them of their own essence and force a use, predominantly the cards..

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"tatyana" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"tatyana" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Them Abegg was atrocious the Meguid so bad. I just questioned everything. But also venom venom has been late bed and was really bad that it was so bad. I have to make it up to my wife that made her see that movie guy like get another wedding or something hold on, but was it as bad. That was his best death wish was as bad as tomb raider to those. Those are just knowing tomb. Raider was godawful Ben of head a big ass that she was weird. Benham had a big ass. It was like a weird. No one saw the CGI as I mean, he works out, you know. A lot of squats. Rampage also under the the predator that what is it? The skyscraper, there were a lot of ownership. This point for me was drastic, real fallen keenum. I'm accused dress park, thin bet that sequel broke my heart like to the point where we saw albums rat's ass because they always do like the cool theme stuff. You know, I'm a huge. I just love everything dress part and Tatyana my wife. She looks over meal up thirty minutes and it was like, oh, you're, you're not doing well, are you? Oh, this is terrible, terrible movie. If this is what they were at building up to with the cloning of humans and shit on my old counterrorism needs to stop writing ship. Our have. Episode, nine per hour stop. I was waiting for the fucking dominance to just start talking and because they made it, they made it so smart this time, like it was so ridiculous actually was the dominance Rafter. They may cause they combined it with the smartest dinosaur. They already had combined it with already. So I just it was just like walking and opening doors and fucking like turn into a sea down like it was doing all of possible. She I was like, at some point is is going to be like, this is actually just an insider trading scheme. I invested in the drastic world, stop And. it. Fake dead and been opened his eyes in winked at the camera. Right. I was. I was white on his. It'd be like, what I'm gonna do is short sale. The stock of the company already, but I I had to call my account like it was just it was so smart that it actually became a parody of his self and still got beat by that fucking blue raptor like all these fucking smart as dinosaurs. They still get beat by that one fucking raptor who's like? He's basically the impossible white man at a dinosaur over because he's always like being t, Rex is shit. It's like you should be dead a you and all your brother should have long been dead. What about you can what are your words? I think Justin just ran off a bunch. So what about your worst movies this year? That covers most of mine. And I said, I actually Roger jokes, but I most most everything I watch. I actually really enjoy even if they're bad. I feel find something to enjoy out of it. I'm the same way so I don't know you. So for me, it's not really anything that put like this, but you to get a visceral reaction. I mean, it got to be something real bad and I haven't had any of those this year. I don't think I've had any else. Misspent man vs superman. That's the last time I left the movie and won't do fucking slam a ham sandwich on the fucking ground. But I've been goods and sitting. Yeah, I was a little disappointed as the movies this. You have been disappointed. Like I thought ready player. One was going to be a little bit better, Jurassic, world's same thing. Tomb raider is probably my most disappointed movie of the year. Yeah, I would have to say that because I don't play tomb raider I've played it. It was just too stressful. So I always right Roger play..

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"tatyana" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Thank you, Tatyana. Thank you so much. Stephen Flynn to have a response for her will that we probably been pretty well. They understand the exposure in managed the way they're our prisons that are evacuated in some areas. But you know, the only necessarily evacuate everywhere. There are places that are on higher grounds. I don't know. This was civic of. This instance, but the the real core challenge here is that we should be mapping out these exposures well in advance of the storm's gonna happen with the kind of frequency intensity weigh up and we can really boost people's awareness. It's really challenging for most of us to say what's ten feet of water. I mean, I, you know, how does that play out in my community has a play out my neighborhood. There's some really powerful tools that we've developed to give people the visuals on that. So you can actually map these things out and say, okay, I could stay put or I really do need to leave. But but the core here is that we were relying on infrastructure and systems that really are gonna be exposed for these kinds of events and they are going to get knocked down for extended period of time. So hopefully what we start doing is get out in front of this, you know, we don't invest very much in what we call mitigation. That is the things we can do to make sure that when we have storms and they hit, they don't knock things out for a long period of time. And we also don't plan very good for recovery how to get back up quickly. We've focused. Very much on the life safety issues when these things happen like their rear and unknowable vents when in fact, to becoming much more frequent in his lot that we can we know about them a lot, we should be doing about them. Well, Stephen Flynn to the point you were just making I wanna play some tape here. This is Federal Emergency Management agency administrator Brock, long on yesterday telling CBS this morning that people need to be accountable for being prepared for natural disasters. One of the things I like to remind citizens is that citizens are the true first responder for any small emergency to the large disaster. And we depend on people being prepared and we don't have a real culture preparedness in this country that we gotta work on. So that was Brock long. The female administrator yesterday, Stephen Flynn, though, I mean, you Brooklyn's pointing to individual responsibility, but you're also saying we, you know, more broadly speaking, don't have a good recovery plan. So I mean, where where should we focus the improving those plans and what parts of the plans need to be better? I really applaud. You know what? Brock long is doing. And trying to get us to focus more on preparedness. No one in five of us can't get out of harm's way because we're too old were too infirm to where to impoverish. So we really have to help each other out and there are social media tools happily that are coming to bear that are really going to be helpful. And I'm sure we're going to see them apply again beyond the sort of formal governmental effort. But the core here is that we, we know systems will be knocked down in having good plans in place to be able to get them up quickly and where we should go first and also to help the community get back up on his feet very quickly. Things like getting schools open very quickly..

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"tatyana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I don't think he'd dated tired banks but she wasn't his music video i don't know i liked i liked by the way the the title of this according to madame a list of drake's girlfriends and booze shortlived booze over the years he has also been seen with i think like models and people who are not we whose names we might not know right he does a lot of that too i don't know i mean i'm thinking there's this india loved you know who she is he did not india love it's on the list he dated her what about cat don't who that girl is one of the waitresses from two broke girls now is that right ellie kravitz as well oh yeah i heard about that yes we're teaching you a few things about dream to be fair i think that you concentrate on the creative aspect of drake you appreciate his music you jury in his creative production we're getting into all the other stuff gossip scandal yeah you're you're a purist you're a drake purist get jealous tatyana ali from fresh prince you know i've loved drake since i was probably like eight years old you know watching him on tv so yeah yeah quiet not like a sniper haley baldwin he's been with her no yes and who is she engaged to now and those two kids are really going to do it aren't they yeah i did not realize that she is alec baldwin's daughter not alec baldwin billy or steven steven oh it's i thought it was not billy who's the other one no it's not him haley stephen here we go oh shut australia's steven steven and kenya oh wow i didn't realize that that's wild stephen baldwin is a piece of work that's great why do you say that he's just i mean he's gone he's just he's out there he's really out there not out there like drake's out there drake's out there in a good way but i'm really excited so seven songs again that's what we're talking about drake on the billboard top ten that is new record better than the beatles record show he's really good you should listen to him i'm going to start getting to do you think i should start with this i feel like i like rb maybe you've got to start with take care that's like the what does that the first real album yeah yeah we're teaching them the witnesses excused we thank you very much this.

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American tourist killed by stray bullet in Mexico City

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:28 min | 2 years ago

American tourist killed by stray bullet in Mexico City

"For salmon off the san mateo county coast has been off the hook the last couple of weeks kcbs tim ryan joins us live from pillar point harbor near half moon bay where the salmon that have been coming in our fat and plentiful good morning tim warning a can't remember the last time i had an appetite like this so early in the morning the recreational salmon fisherman have not been disappointed for the past few weeks skipper legal cherry on the riptide it's been so good like we've been back early pretty much every day to each person yes how big are the fish there anywhere from you know undersized fifteen inches twelve inches the you know twenty eight martin hiller be a redwood city among the large group waiting to board the queen of hearts for a day of fishing off the pacific coast eighteen fan i'm not gonna say it but it's good that they're catching a lot of rich it creates a a good chance we'll do it too and everybody every vote everybody on this every day catching chinook or king salmon ninety nine dollars a trip and of course all of this bodes well for the commercial salmon season which opens soon i'm live near half moon bay tim ryan kcbs lawyers for a school groundskeeper dying of cancer of asked the san francisco jury defined that agribusiness giant monsanto's widely used weed killer roundup likely caused his disease dwayne johnson's lawsuit is the first case to go to trial among hundreds of lawsuits alleging that roundup causes nonhodgkin's lymphoma brent wiesner an attorney for johnson told jurors during his opening statement that his clients sprayed large quantities of round up for two years at his job at a san francisco bay area school district wiesner said johnson read the label carefully and even contacted the company after developing a rash but he was never warned that it could cause cancer meanwhile an attorney for monsanto says there's overwhelming evidence that roundup and similar products do not cause cancer we're learning that an american tourist killed by what appears to be a stray bullet in mexico city was from san francisco officials say that tatyana nor tanko was a bright and passionate rising star the twentysevenyearold killed in a shooting at a taco restaurant over the weekend her husband was with her at the time police believe the gunman were targeting a bouncer from a nearby bar the attackers are still at large kcbs news time five.

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Desi Linden Wins The Boston Marathon, Ends 33-Year American Title Drought

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Desi Linden Wins The Boston Marathon, Ends 33-Year American Title Drought

"The winners across the finish line for the two thousand eighteen boston marathon japan's yuki coach and the united states does linden both wearing laurel crowns in the wheelchair race tatyana mcfadden of the united states wins it for the women and marcel who of switzerland for the men for a second time the supreme court has rejected an appeal by convicted former illinois governor rod blagojevich serving a fourteen year sentence for seeking campaign contributions as an exchange for filling president obama's vacant senate seat and the white house blasting former fbi director james call me after he refused to rule out the possibility the russians could be blackmailing the president's press secretary sarah sanders says komi has no credibility on wall street the dow jones up two hundred ninety four points nasdaq up sixty eight and the sp five hundred up twenty eight in other news us ambassador nikki haley early says russia could be getting hit with new economic sanctions for enabling the syrian government in its use of chemical weapons and she says that hammer could come down today but russian foreign minister sergei lavrov denies any chemical attack happened at all in syria proof through chemical weapons were used in the meantime hundreds of syrians have gathered in a landmark square in the capital damascus supporting their armed forces which they say succeeded in confronting the unprecedented joint airstrikes by the west over the weekend protesters waved syrian flags at the demonstration dubbed as salute to the achievements of the arab syrian army they set off fireworks and unleashed celebratory gunfire wbz news time one twenty nastase new tests spacecraft is looking to do a bit of a headcount transiting exoplanet survey satellite blasts off today on a two year quest to find mystery world's thought to be a work lurking in our galactic neighborhood wbz's josh binswanger spoke to astrophysicists joshua scheider at nasa we're expecting the tests finding.

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"tatyana" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"Mm my guest is tatyana regal she is oscar nominated for editing for the film i tanya tatyana thank you for joining us thank you it's nice to be here so i kinda wanted to start with this is the thing i'm doing with with all the nominees i'm talking to what define for me what you think film editing is in like somebody who's just watching the oscars and has never heard of it like like what they can think of as what that might be too good question we get the film it they've shot i search i start working today that they started shooting basically in the next day i start getting dailies i watched the dailies and i assembled them and then show them to the director and get the whole film assembled and we go from there but basically what it really is is it's working with performance with pace with story with a motion to come up with a wonderful film that tells a good story great great cook can you give us an example of like a choice yes you made or something you did in editing on i tanya that ended up sort of affecting how the film played oh well there's about a million choices that were made during that whole process yeah i mean i think i think the team the interesting thing with i tanya was was i think the general tone of the movie i think that was the thing that fascinated me the most even from when i first read the script when i first heard about this story when the director called me i was a whom you know who wants to hear a story about tonya harding especially so so much later and i was concerned about you know what kind of story where it would be would be to sort of a tabloid type but thing or the i who new and then i read the script nhs was absolutely amazing i completely understood what was going to happen totally in the film it's a very very interesting story about this very sad and very tragic and yet very funny and from an editors perspective that's a fascinating thing too.

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"tatyana" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Well you just say that he's prejudges predates luper by bumped by a bump decade or so i would say that this have been necon run hollywood for longtime with a shade of often black also starring tatyana animus actually this is pretty much the plot the first hitman video game you know clauses yeah clones hit mantonse while no it's it shows that one thing in uh other casting uses week that that caught my eye is that the aforementioned clint tarantino movie uh which is based around the charles manson uh two months of i'm in the manson murders months finally murders has added leonardo dicaprio to a cast which which may end up including the likes of brad pitt tom cruise i'll pacino margo robby i mean this isn't a bad isn't podcast is it now that's not what comes together and you cap here was great lost tell me what with tarantino say yeah look forward to that so you listen to copies can be ten an agent actress who apparently it's it's almost it by two actors you're trying to get the break in hollywood whilst the manson family murders are are happening at the same time margaret will be is apparently being courted to play sharon tate christmas was killed by the bunsom family and crews might be playing a prosecutor it's very sprawling thing so apparently brad pitt past nestle won't be crews and pit it'll be just cruz but i'm excitable epoca's crews working with an a list director a guy like a nail.

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"tatyana" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Where i would say nine through twenty nine th through twenty three were all very close sometimes even one vote between them determine their ranking how to forty thousand isn't that crazy to sometimes one vote you see but one through eight were solidly since the beginning of the voting through the end of voting v most popular episode is they remain in those position remained in their order ya so these there is no dispute about these eight this is their undeniable ranking if i'm not in any of these i'm going to be very angry you might not be in any of these but let's go let's find out well i'm marty in this let's get to it this is your episode eight eight all right episode eight we were just talking about what were we just talking about how we have a lot of topics but we were talking about something that cj cragg jackal the jackal of course now what does that make you think of well it makes me think of a time when we were in this very room this this very ruth some very special people that's right in those people it will not surprise you to learn after giving you that hand are these stars of this episode this is episode four hundred seventy eight from march twenty seven and episode called spank me with a feather spank me with a feather now let's let's do a rollcall of who we have obviously we have paul of tompkins was here hair present we have lauren lapis this is her second appearance on the countdown after the the two of you were playing chas minin sunny yes we have two people who i mentioned on an earlier episode there are people who are on tv shows who sometimes stumble across the show and they become fans and the be on it and these two are no exception to that rule we have from orphan black we have tatyana i'm aslani and christian brune that's right the dream team combo yes indeed to two great people who became friends on orphan blacken tatyana played these.

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"tatyana" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Hey you know look at this i think there's only one episode where people are not have in six now there are plenty of people give but that's probably all of you we'll see we'll see and you know he didn't and it might be a grim future but and stop people have all out of six of course not yeah that it that's what they did on epas no matter how much we go into the apocalypse people's new book and the plan against the bright side is that there is not epa slow we're somebody's looking a pig hooper series ran so it doesn't get to that level there's obesity ld or anything like that he hadn't seen that episode thousand one that got everybody into black mirror the episode guy had to have sex with repealing the president or prime minutes elements they are now wants the area back yard is that what tatyana tatyana tom spoiling got me skiers now on no we skated them nine a right in there right in because i'm going to do with these as we get into it the agenda to the the agenda for this is that i'm gonna tell you as little as possible because it is best to go into this harley non anything hauling know any details because they take a lot of twists and turns not only that but we're going to tell you those genre that each one of these falls in and also the technological theme of each one because that's what again this series is known for and those things play a huge part and how you wash the series now speaking of genres real reason why it's important to word lately shunters because that's one of the things that i admire about this is that it does tackle so many different forms of storytelling here the this thing goes from thrillers to comedies two.

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Explained: The Strange Sexual Relationship Between Monkeys And Deer

As It Happens from CBC Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Explained: The Strange Sexual Relationship Between Monkeys And Deer

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"tatyana" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Of the stars touch ali i'd at the anna and welcome to our show how are you today angering great how are you i'm doing good too you know it has been awhile since you and i have talked we talked many many years ago and i hate to say this because that's just too long ago got yana we spoke back when you were doing fresh prince of belair that goes back a couple of years are yesterday a little more than a call luna name tatyana is there a origination of that the from your family dot the i know it sounds like a fine wine i'll have slowed glass without the least oh thank you it some it's actually my understanding is it's actually a russian name and um my family is not russian we actually my dad has been really into during our family tree and we've been doing you know our ancestry and all that suffered dna and percent not russia so i'm not sure why we're here on got the nays from i think what our friend with uh teaching uh rushton students english and um to me my sisters names came from some of those students there was a woman named tatyana woman named anastazia uh um my youngest sister kimberly for middle name is an attache and i think my mom just sell in love with those names yeowah it's beautiful when you were in school or even now for that matter is there a nickname to thought the ana yeah in that role during uh not until fresh print will start at the end the kellyanne conway chuck todd yet which we have will also called me like he called me tax money that with liquor everybody else but thai olive lead into college and and i really close friends for comey ta the honor that's well let's get to the business.

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"tatyana" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tatyana" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"What do you want tatyana to say about you one day oh oh what do you know china is fully grown i mean she is the mother of a child she tell stories about her mother i don't know you know i could only really speak i only realised things about my mother after she was gone really because when you have a strong mother as i had you spend a lot of time fighting that strength ride oh keeping distances because it's very strong in you need to have this space to be strong yourself and then when she is no longer there then you let go and you realize that the reason you are strong is because of her so how my mother used to annoy me so much because she always gave advice to everybody because all my friends loved her and seo and now i do the same ten times worse can i cannot pick your enough for your time and your candour in the laughs thank you very much thanks so much for tuning into this episode a boss files don't miss our special bonus episode with salesforce founder and ceo mark benny off he gives us an update on effort three gender and the ball back going also hear fan of the show was a review tell us what you think there's always you can follow me on those cnn hey before you go we wanted to let you know that we just want you billie for anyone to advertise on cnn podcast you're just a few quick away from reaching millions of people in a way that you never have before advertise were a business advance or kick off and awareness campaign for your brand start today at pure winning dot com slash cnn integrating podcast into your marketing mix has never been easier even tell you how to see fifteen percent on your cnn campaigns for the rest of 2017 to pure winning dot com slash cnn to get started.

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