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Top EU official proposes new 2030 target to reduce emissions

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:30 min | Last month

Top EU official proposes new 2030 target to reduce emissions

"Earlier today. European Commission President Ursula von Delaying gave her first State of the Union address to the European. Parliament. It's fair to say that it has been and will be more closely scrutinized than the setpiece usually is the EU is beset like the rest of the world by an ongoing pandemic and associated economic turbulence, and also attempting to ease the United Kingdom out of the block with as little damage to the fixtures and fittings as possible and the UK's latest history on x over the last week or so demonstrate that this remains an unsolved problem while joined with more Bite Niamey Leery Europe correspondent at the Irish Times. Niamey before we talk about the details of what Slovan delay and had to say, did it strike you? There was an overall theme or tone she was swinging for I. Think it was quite striking. Future focused. She talked about how can we get out of the Democrats economic repercussions in a way that says. The continent for the future. So it was very much to do with tying together the various different goals whether that's a climate and economic development where increasing digitalization on. Also a one section of her speech, which I thought was particularly strong was on discrimination and efforts at kind of acknowledging the reality in the block of racism and discrimination. Based on sexual orientation or religious beliefs. So it was quite wide ranging and then the other aspect of it was. She proposed making it easier for the EU to come up with common policy when it comes to international relations particularly on matters relating to human rights sanctions. So just as a liberation on that idea of general tone this being her first state of the Union as as commission president does it does it seem that we understand what her idea of the European Union is. I think she Saturday as being. A sort of an unfinished project what it ought to be somewhere where people can have a quality of life get paid fairly for work have social protections that you're does better on that than other parts of the world, and that's part of the reason why able better able to weather the pandemic but that it's not enough and she said that there would be a new framework introduced to. Member states to set minimum wages in order to make work pay property. Then an in addition to that there was the The section on discrimination which I think was unusual in acknowledged the struggles in the block in terms of she mentioned a particular discrimination against Rome people on also the LGBTQ I free zones in. Poland or she called out as inhumane. And so I think she's she was quite strong meticulous division of the block as being a place where people and live more freely with rights and have a better quality of life in general but I think that she also you know it's it's. It's quite telling that she. She had. Many. Difficulties take me in terms of international relations they were for her to talk about it was difficult relationship with Russia difficult relationship with China difficult relationship with the United States difficult relationship Britain as well. Well, let's talk about some of those difficult relationships and because we are here broadcasting from London let's talk about the difficult relationship. The now has with the UK did brexit get much of a mention? She did mention us. So she said that with every day that passes it becomes more difficult for deal to be reached and she also said that. The EU would stand by with the agreement would never at go back on its the an agreement that had been passed by the European Parliament Anheuser Commons and that had been jointly agreed by the UK Andy you to Protect citizen's rights but also she said first and foremost the Good Friday Agreement on the department and it was quite interesting as well to know that she she also quote the late John Hume, the Nobel laureate. And former SDLP leader from dairy and she said that she described him as one of the Great Europeans. And mentioned that he he recently passed away on us used a quote from him to kind of talk about the strength of diversity which I thought was quite. An interesting use of quotes. It was notable high. She was sort of writing in that story, which is I suppose a Northern Irish story really into this story of the European Union. You mentioned the difficulty of the relationship with Russia and obviously the country of which us live underlying walls defense minister. Germany has found itself once again. On the front line over that relationship having taken in the apparently poisoned opposition politician Alexei Navalny did she took you light any kind of? Way of how the e you can live alongside Russia. She was quite I thought her words were quite firm on Russia's so she said. That the poison she mentioned the poisoner Nevada and said that it wasn't a one sauce and she said, no. Number of gas, pipelines is GONNA. Is GonNa fix that relationship she also am I thought spoke quite in quite heartfelt way in solidarity with the people of Belarus Moore she said that they'd be brave and gone out on the streets and they should have the they shouldn't be pieces on someone else's chessboard what she said, but they should have the ability to determine their own future. You said at the top of this item that she attempted to link the recovery. Well, hopeful eventual recovery from the pandemic the associated economic problems to broader themes of climate in the future on climate in particular. Did she have anything of note to say. So. What? What under nine has proposed that the target for the block to reduce emissions should be increased fifty five percent by twenty thirty, that's compared to a previous commitment to forty percent. This is compared to nine thousand, nine, hundred levels of emissions, and she said that this would be vital in order for the block to reach its Paris Agreement commitments on also its goal of becoming climate neutral by twenty fifty on the way she she described the landmark agreement of the e you to join me borrow seven, hundred, fifty, billion, euro. As an opportunity to do this by directing at least thirty percent or thirty seven percent of the investment towards green initiatives. So things like development of green hydrogen. Renovating homes with. Forty percent of emissions and also. Increasing the car charging network electric vehicle charging that things like that an while this could go in. With kind of digital developments there. For example, at fast broadband were available continent wide including in rural areas that would both alive for rural development but also for things like you know people to work from home more easily and things like that. So she she s she she argued that these things could go hand in hand essentially. But Green groups have been quick to come out and say that fifty five percent of the target isn't enough now some of them had themselves called for that in the. In the past but I guess with the scale of the disaster that they say we're facing, you know they're always going to want to push for more and more ambitious targets

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Brexit: Government refuses to drop plans to override parts of Brexit deal

Monocle 24: The Briefing

08:37 min | Last month

Brexit: Government refuses to drop plans to override parts of Brexit deal

"The U. K. left the European Union in January. It was possible to detect a faint sigh of relief even among those British people who thought the endeavor various combinations of reckless vainglorious, foolhardy, petulant, and self destructive at least and at last it was imagined. We now knew what we'd be dealing with a transition period some sort of new deal and a reduction of turbulence. The UK government this. Week announced it had other ideas planning to override sections of the withdrawal agreement. It had itself negotiated signed and won election on the back of joining me to attempt to identify what fresh hell. This is Naomi O'Leary. Your corresponded at the Irish Times and lands price former director of communications at ten Downing Street Naomi with all g recognition that there may be a number of answers to this question of varying degrees of decorum. What is the UK's government doing? Well, my understanding is that it's introducing an internal markets bill that will unpick. A couple of aspects that were agreed with the EU in order to avoid a border join across the arden. So this would include. Customs arrangements on state aid agreements on I mean by the UK's own admission because they rolled agreement was passed in his comments on signed by those sides it's international law. So this would be breaking international by their own admission. Let's. The as ninety points out the UK government has admitted that would be breaching international law. They did specify that it was a very limited and specific way. So that's fine. Apparently It's one of the great questions attending, Boris? Johnson. Administration. Is there a strategy discernible or are they just winging this? Was this always the plan basically? I think has to assume there is some sort of strategy but quite deliberately, it is so opaque that those looking in from the outside, find it very hard to discern what it is. That we may come to the end of this year to the end of December and look back and say, well, actually, there wasn't the strategy and they would just blundering white. You giving a very good impression of simply plunder their way through, but they are not stupid. And we assume that there is method to their madness. Now, about methods may simply to be as disruptive as possible this stage in in. In order to Let's try to secure the deal again today still with the intention of trying to get the deal to give you a new one. That I've spoken to or listen to seems to be able to determine which it is still time. That's it. It's never wanted to deal that looks away play the of European Union. They deliver take disrupted to the prospects of deal because frankly. Happy to go. Without one. But? What has the response to this development being in I mean we'll talk about the rest of the EU shortly but in Ireland in particular because for obvious reasons island republic, there was always going to be more affected by the fact of Brexit than any other EU country. I think initially an many people struggle to believe that this was really what the UK was doing that they were going to go through with this because you know a lot of figures in the civil service in government in Dublin have very long relationships with people in the UK with which have been constructive. kind of goes against the their experience of Britain so far to a large extent up. So I, think there was initially hesitant to overreact to kind of see, but once the bill was made public all. The really have reacted with shock because this this way more than the sort of Saber rattling that everyone expected in terms of talking up no deal on shouting might sovereignty and everything that was kind of priced in this really fundamentally to the heart of the. Western order. People don't. Respect international law. It kind of puts in question a lot of the assumptions that the current global order is based on. I'm just to name a few for example, the fact Gibraltar is still in UK Homs let's based on an international treaty that even though Spain doesn't like it. has accepted. And that's just one small example, the UK itself relies on this concept that. International treaties can't unilaterally changed by one side lawfully, it relies on it all the time. Lunch just to elaborate on that point of Naomi's might even if this is just a slightly devil-may-care negotiating gambling might have effects in the real world. Niamey mentions there the treaty of you tracked onto which spying grudgingly ceded sovereignty of Gibraltar to the United. Kingdom. But also within the last twenty, four hours, one almost admires the bras neck. We've seen the UK's foreign secretary reminding Iran of its international obligations. vis-a-vis, its nuclear treaty might this actually have real world impacts whether it is Gibraltar. Iran Hong Kong. A number of other places. I've been I think it might very well, not necessarily any other states would see this as a green light for them to reach national all all treaties that they have signed with the United Kingdom and other countries but set you going forward when it comes to trying to foam which agreements or whether it's trade agreements or security related agreements or whatever else it might be that the kingdom will be seen as an unreliable untrustworthy partner those. If, we say in terms that we are willing to break traditional goal this time that why should get any time in the future so we will see threats from the United States and. about about this, being a very significant roadblock to a free trade agreement with those countries. Now, we have just signed one with. Japan. He's just been announced that the United States go to preacher is leaving with Japan. It probably doesn't amount to us not which is government with like this. Super believe. But the standings of the United to International. has already been severely damaged, and that's why there's some very very senior figures in the Conservative Party former prime ministers, and little house. but the house tested deposits as well. Who say this is a statue. Niamey talks trade talks ideas due to resume on Monday, but especially bearing in mind. What Lance was just saying about the UK, turning itself into an increasingly on reliable interlocutor, and that's on top of the last few years of just extraordinary nonsense the has had to deal with is there a possibility or indeed? May We already have arrived at that point of the European Union basically losing patients with this entire thing? Obviously, the EU as twenty seven nations is probably more equipped to deal with the chaos of no deal than the UK is one nation. Right now, it's a bit of a game of chicken because I think neither side wants to be the one to call ice because they don't want to take the blame i. But yet they eat. You has given UK basically an ultimatum of the end of the month to reverse this plan. or they say that they will take legal recourses available under the withdrawal agreement I'm which include fines and things like that to try and bring the UK back in line Basically, they've been saying all year the an agreement relies on the past agreements being enacted and that's the fundamental trust is essential for anything being agreed and the reason they've been saying that I think because there was always a bit of a suspicion that something like this could. Happen though nobody wanted to believe it because the likes of ours Johnson on his cabinet ministers would occasionally say things that didn't make sense. The didn't fish with what they had agreed thing that there wouldn't be taxes on when they would be in the Irish Sea So I think the EU is going to wait and the they're they're not pulling out of the the talk. Yes. But the chance of them succeeding I, think in everyone's view with extremely spam at this point.

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Collaborative Notes

Topgold Audio Clips

05:28 min | 3 months ago

Collaborative Notes

"Hi It's Bernie Bach with a topcoat audio clip episode five, three, three. Talking to you on the. Speaker APP soup you're listening and you WANNA see imagery that goes along with these thoughts about. Collaborative. Ticking than that speaker, apple shares some screengrabs. If you listen inside the APP alternatively, there's website inside you that I e were employed posting this ended up, you know play what you're hearing. I WanNa, do collaborative, not taking i WanNa talk to you about that because. I'm about to start another year with students in a creative media did join a nation and game design program three different degrees on the clonmel digital campus of the limerick. Institute of Technology on. It's important that I get from those students how they do not taking effectively and how I might share some of my highest value notes with them. So here's the process it all starts by reading. I have subscriptions I pay for and a river of News I. Get the subs come from things that are on the cover art for this episode, different premium places like the Washington. Post the Atlantic New York, times, the Irish Times tipperary live and several others. As I read through these flows of information. alantic things sometimes, the annotations are very simple. I just saved instant paper to an instant paper allows me to annotate or make notes or to grab pieces of content and make it into distilled nuggets of information. So I read online and I had this one tap sharing-mechanism work wherever I read sometimes I read on the kindle and the kindle is interesting because not only do the books I get. Appear on kindle. But I can email to my kindle were documents from emails from student essays from variety of sources. Were documents become readable in the kindle, which means they can be annotated and shared on the kindle. These processes of reading. And annotating for sharing and up in a place called read. Wise. Wise is clever. Application hasn't API and it allows me to that API and through another service called hypothesis to share stuff that I see through the chrome web browser into the service called read wise and then read wise allows me to push out A. Piece of information, premium information to students or to other readers an instant paper does the same thing allows me if I like a piece of content for that content show up as one of the ten pieces of content shared through the instant paper out. These things are collaborative, for example. If I'm using. If I'm using the same annotation technology is another person. Hypothesis is one of those sharable piece of technology. I can see people annotating and making notes some things they find online. The hypothesis chrome extension allows you to. Grab a piece of text graph, put a note or two next to it, and then to share that in a public space, which could see collaborate and share. In fact, there's a whole plug in mechanism with case studies for blackboard and for muddle. And for other online virtual learning networks where students can collaborate and go down through a reading list of content where they're asked to annotate and share information about this pieces of content. I'm thinking about doing that with my. Next semester of students but it might just be easier to have them read recommended documents that I share inside of Microsoft teams as well as inside one drive system or asked to respond to different prompts. And then to through their response, I get a collaborative input to the thing they looked at. That have to the item that they're collaborating with. Hopefully by the time, my students get to the fourth year their education with me. They'll have a more sophisticated way using chrome extensions or annotations on the fly through a very smart web. Browser. At this moment in time I'm happy to say that what I'm doing is taking and leveraging paid content that I see through my news feeds or through ino reader, a feed reader I use. That I can see that stuff. Save those pieces of information that I went to rise, and then I can share what I want to annotate and what I want to mark up. I like the processes behind the scenes I like how I'm doing it with read wise. I like how it works with instant paper I like how the annotations work of hypotheses I like how the simplicity of kindle or the annotations with a standard book and a yellow highlighter work when extracted through office lens. All these things are possible and

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Coronavirus: Third day of wrangling over huge EU recovery plan

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:13 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus: Third day of wrangling over huge EU recovery plan

"Seems to be a good deal of lip, curling, and or person beneath the mosques at a you talks on post. Pandemic Recovery Fund after four days of discussions agreement on the proposed seven hundred fifty billion euro fund appears away off. Some assessments of the general tone of the negotiations have even vote the dreaded, full and frank exchange of views, which in the diplomatic arena is the equivalent of at least one protagonist being flung. Through a window into a horse. Trough I'm joined with more on this point Naomi O'Leary Europe correspondent at the Irish Times. Niamey we'll we'll discuss the detail presently, but broadly. Who's disagreeing with whom about what? The main blockage is that there's a group of wealthy northern state led by the Netherlands that want the overall package. The thunder discussion to because because. They at home have domestic electorate that think the costs too much. And The Netherlands is heading for national election next year in March, and I think it's important for Prime Minister Ruta to be able to show to his electorate that he put up a fight in Brussels though. Is this just a really serving resurfacing rather? What's fairly familiar dynamic within the U you this idea that there is a a frugal nor Sunday profligate south. There's a lot of stereotypes at play. There changes though Britain is part of the discussion. It wouldn't have gotten so far as it has. If Britain had still been in the EU win vetoed dozen stage. I'm what's being forced to happen. Is that the states like the Netherlands and Austria kind of being forced to come with their use in a more direct way, they're not able to hide behind the opposition of Britain anymore as they have in the past, and you have alliances of smaller states rather than big blocking ones. Is it about the amount in total, or is it more about how that amount will be dispersed specifically whether it would be a grant or a loan which would need to be paid back at some future point? Yeah, it's both so there's a few things on the table. There's the common e you budget seven years. The Party Gotten Ryan to discussing then there's the recovery fund. Which is this one saw? A response to the economic damage of the pandemic that same to stimulate you con- economies. It's the new thing that would be funded by joint borrowing by the EU Commission that then be distributed to member states, according to need on some of the the the of that money would be in the form Graham that does need to be paid back by the national capitals, and that's controversial at to the frugal, because they're quite wary of incurring greater liabilities, also giving money with strict conditions. This lot of belief that this could you know? Why should any national governments being sensitized to run sensible budget if they think that they can just get money with consequences? So. They're pushing hard for a reduction. Particularly in the amount of grams. Then there are other questions. ID. Decide who gets and also. What kind of would you have? The money is spent. O'Leary with times. Thank you for joining

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Irish politics is about to change forever as old system collapses

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:06 min | 8 months ago

Irish politics is about to change forever as old system collapses

"It is now two weeks. Since the elections in the Republic of Ireland created a seismic change in its politics with the end of a two party system which switch between finagle and final full and the emergence of a third powerful voice that of Shin Fain now Ireland's political parties are preparing for a week of talks to try to work out a deal on the formation of a new government. And as you would imagine it's hard work a little earlier I was joined by Namie. O'leary she's hosted the Irish passport podcast and Europe correspondent for the Irish Times. She began by explaining how much progress has been made since the elections. There's been an initial round of exploratory talks between the parties. We've had the first vote to try an attempt to pick T. Chuck and no one has been successful. So now it's moving onto the second stage This week they'll be more talks between the parties on the next time. We expect to have a vote in parliament On to try and elected Ishaq is march the fifth. Although it's not particularly expected that one will be a elected by that stage so the main thing that's changed since the election is that immediately after the election it appeared that fearful had opened the door to some kind of deal with Shit Sane. The left-wing Nationalist Party unexpectedly got the most number of first preference votes But last week they're quite acrimonious exchanges in the Dole between the leaders of those two parties. That made it quite clear that that wasn't an option that was on the table on this really leaves only one option left with the numbers that there are some sort of deal between the two traditionally dominant parties fearful fingernail. Chin Feng stay. They're still going to try and form a government to the left government of change and their plan to hold rallies around the country in in favor of that government But it's it's very unclear whether they have the numbers to do that so we are now in a situation. The way you've just described what I learned could be taken into absolutely different directions. Xinfei wanting one thing and the two old traditional party thinking if we get together we might be able to keep control in some way. Well it's very politically difficult situation for Phoenix. I'm fearful to manage because in a way there's no bod- option for champagne. So she would be delighted to get into government but equally if they can be the main opposition on they can cast the two old parties essentially two sides of the same coin. No difference between them and clubbing up to keep the might of power. That's also you know that's a good political narrative from their point of view note. That can help to kind of rally their base for next time on the other option of courses that we go to the polls again in another election. Although I don't think that's particularly likely on Xinfang could with hindsight run more candidates and perhaps do better than they did this time We we shouldn't expect any kind of resolution soon because the mats are quite complicated at this time given the result on if we look at the president of the last election it took seventy days time to to form a government and it could be even more complicated this time so we might not be looking at government until April. I'm just looking at the way things are going in. And the idea that shouldn't fain was approached and and now is being pushed out. How acceptable a situation will that be given as what you describe the popularity of Shin Fain in the elections and the changes it caused yes certainly Like I say it's a. It's a narrative that the party will say is them being excluded from power. They'll say that you know the old guard is coming up to preserve their hold on power and won't let them in But also from the point of view Finnegan and fina full they they. There are opposed. To should vein. I mean they. They don't want to simply hand them to keep the keys to government and also a lot of the same way so there's quite a lot of division particularly within fall about whether the right thing to do is to to do a deal with champagne or to exclude them. That that's a split that runs right down through the Party and in the end me home. Martin seems to have taken the attitude that the best option is to exclude them But it's a it's a tricky one for them. They're in a difficult political decision. How happy will voters be though? However if this seismic change isn't actually reflected in the way that the governments are made up. It's a tricky one. I think what Finnegan unfruitful are. Perhaps counting on is that as the weeks go by there will be more of a Desire for stability especially as the brexit negotiations become more pressing. Because that's going to become an issue this week. When the European Union is due to agree they're negotiating guidelines for the next stage of tokes which has massive implications for Arden. It can really make or break the Irish economy so the more in state unstable. Thanks get on the International Scene. I think On funeral are perhaps wondering whether overtime Irish voters might say. It might not be such a bad thing to have a stable experience government in place that was naming leary hosted the Irish passport podcast in Europe correspondent for the Irish time. She joined on the line little earlier on at talk to me about the Irish

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Irish voters frustrated by economy choose next leader

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:36 min | 9 months ago

Irish voters frustrated by economy choose next leader

"Thank you Ireland holds parliamentary elections day prime minister Leo Varadkar hopes to win more seats for his ruling finna gala party the poll this week shows that his party's in third place the Irish nationalists in feigned surging into the lead we're joined now from Dublin by Jennifer brave political reporter for The Irish Times thanks so much for being with us thanks so much for having me on lot of people the thought it would be a victory lap for their prime minister Barak care the economy is doing well in negotiated a brexit deal with the U. K. that avoided a hard border why would he be trailing in the polls so I think what we saw that at the start of the campaign I think most commentators knew that something was a force here so you know for decades in art and we have had this source of do Walkley basically fearful or fifty gal when the voters did not want to power they thought the other one and and I think what happened after the recession things started changing in our political landscape for years the last system in Ireland left parties have been quite fragmented while the economy is strong we have a number of social crisis so we have housing crisis we have health care crisis and we have a crisis with the cost of living in terms of housing look we we now know that rents Norrland are an all time high we know that they're around just under around ten thousand people homeless elderly people L. people are left can't get access to beds in hospitals and left wishing on trolleys for most families the cost childcare is basically a second mortgage I think people they find it a call and I think to hear this talk of the fantastic economy and you know how we turned it around but then see homeless people on the streets see addict their children moving back home because they can't afford to Roger to get on the property market and I think now there is an appetite for change and I think shin Fane are coming in on that wave Jennifer shin Fane is still associated in many American mind's eye I think with into its ties to the Irish Republican Army how should become a contender in in recent years after Gerry Adams well to be honest with you I think that after Gerry Adams stepped down as leader I married a McDonald's took over that's when a shift started in the party and I think she presents a different face to vouchers so when Gerry Adams used to go on and do and the TV debates that we have he would of course rightly always be asked about those links to the Iraqi which you always tonight and to kind of historical legacy issues in the past not to some of its not historical some of us quite present I I think when merry looked all took over she has made the campaign that those things that I've talked about housing and held on to that third they've got new faces as well they have spokespeople who are very effective and have been viewed as big standard performers in those debates I talk about and it just the shift is there what should then be able to form a government if it wins the most seats no the trend is undeniable torching thing even if they continue on they basically in our parliament our goal which we should explain that the dollars the Irish parliament yeah indeed in the art department now at to get a majority in the next all at UT eighty seats you need that majority of AC seats should it have only one forty two candidates so even if they returned every single one of those candidates which is not going to happen they cannot form a government that's where the focus will move next week focus today's people out costing cussing they're both party turned out is quite high it's our first Saturday election in century on stand by one day the focus will turn completely to how do you form a government on these

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"the irish times" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

Defensive Security Podcast

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"the irish times" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

"My name is Jerry Bell and joining me tonight as always is Mr Andrew Kelly Jerry and hey happy new year to you happy New Year I know it was it was touching go making between nineteen but we we needed to the the twenty tens wanted to keep you it did in its. ICU embraced but escaped. It's true and Not Personally but in general twenty twenty s has gotten off to crazy start but for me. I'm I'm still good good good. I even went back to work which is crazy but isn't a longer unemployed. Well Okay I was GONNA say unemployed qualifying it. Yes Oh yeah. Welcome to the new decade everyone so search if You know the first couple of weeks of this decade or any kind of indication. We're we're in for quite a ride. So buckle your seatbelts. All right What see just a couple of housekeeping items? Thank you to our patriots. Donors very very much for your continues and thank you you for your continued support a That if you do like the show and went to Other people know you know you can give some love on itunes or or other podcast sites until your friends Let's see or your enemies. Yeah that's true. Sounds like we may have some news soon about an appearance. I don't think we're ready to talk about it yet. No I know I can I can. I don't know whether it's going to grow up by not go out and time but I'm going to participate in a panel at Atlantic Conference on Wednesday the fifteenth which is just a couple of days away Future Com con future calm. I got invited to speak on a panel there. So if if you're if you're listening and you're there please say Hello Hello Nice. I'll try not to be awkward. Awesome good deal all right. So let's let's jump into some stories. The first one comes from the Irish Times which is not a very normal source for our stories no but it is fun reading their localism need. It is title here is firm being blackmailed by hackers. For six million dollars obtains Irish court injunction so this is a story about an American company named Southwire who was the apparent victim of one.

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Trump says U.S.-China trade deal will be signed on January 15, Europeans looking for a sweeter trade deal

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Trump says U.S.-China trade deal will be signed on January 15, Europeans looking for a sweeter trade deal

"President trump says he'll sign the phase one trade deal with China on January fifteenth no details of that final agreement but it is said to include provisions to protect US intellectual property European salad you looking for a sweeter trade deal the European union's new trade commissioner says he's after a fresh start on U. S. E. U. trade relations in twenty twenty according to The Irish Times commissioner Phil Hogan says he sees a reset on issues like current steel and aluminum tariffs as well as any new tariffs from the U. S. as a response to a digital tax

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"the irish times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"the irish times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Kept three pages of the Irish Times. The front page always has color picture. One was our Representative from where I live in Massachusetts. Richard congressman, Richard Neal. There was a whole full page story in the Irish Independent the Irish Times about him very positive story. So I cut that out put it somewhere I haven't unpacked yet. So I hope to come across it. The next one that was on March fourteenth more. So maybe can find it online March fourteenth two thousand nineteen Richard deal. The second page I tore out and kept was the front page showing President Trump receiving a bowl of shamrocks on March seventeenth from Leo vodka. The shock of Ireland and the third I read the story on my way home when we were flying back. It had been in the paper the day before. But I hadn't read that paper yet. And it was a story about Jack t Ling. And his brother who joined him in the tilling whiskey company in Ireland, and I knew when this company opened, but you know, when new companies open, you don't know where they're going to go. So I wait to see the status themselves a little well part of the announcement was they have just won a super duper major award. And I was standing in the duty free at Dublin airport. Pick it up a couple of things before we got on the plane, and they have a selection of whiskies. And these folks were looking at all the whiskeys, and I said to them you see that shelf says peeling they just one this major award for the best Irish whiskey, so maybe on a pick one of those. So I figured I ought to meet Jack peeling after all of that who's fundamentals. Making this company happened, and we're going to talk with him after these important messages. Stay.

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What happens if you promote Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts equally

podnews

01:44 min | 2 years ago

What happens if you promote Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts equally

"You promote apple podcasts and Google podcasts. Equally. It turns out you get equal usage. According to our own figures, we linked to that today. Also, Nick Kwa reports that Gimblett media is to work with the Wall Street Journal to produce a daily news podcast anchor has shared how to record great podcast ads meant for their own podcasts. Sponsorship service, but applicable for all of us only entirely podcast related, but certainly audio related record them as a UK service that sends a professional interviewer to a family member to record their life story Spotify is collaborating with Ellen Degeneres US TV host to produce a curated playlist of podcasts and music and pine cast podcast host clearly cares about the user experience for its customers. And as recently published a blog about the US modules, they use behind the scenes and of note, their front end is all open source. It's a Monday. So there's lots of opinion out there today. Gustav, Lindbergh writes about what you should. And shouldn't delegate your podcast. He says as a general rule of thumb you should not do things that will Hindi you from doing your primary focus as a podcast, creating superb content, and Tim Romero shares. What he learnt as Japan's first professional podcast. If podcasting is to continue to grow. He says it's going to be the independent voices rather than the media companies that drive that growth will linked to an awful lot of listings as well today. Putting the best podcasts of two thousand eighteen from the Irish Times five great podcasts from two thousand eighteen from the New York Times and ten fiction podcasts. You should totally get sucked into from the manual,

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What is short wave? A rumored new audio app from Google.

podnews

01:39 min | 2 years ago

What is short wave? A rumored new audio app from Google.

"In the latest news what is short wave? It's a rumored new audio app from Google. Well, we still don't know for sure, but today we know what it looked like a while ago. It's a product space to on short pieces of snack. -able audio content. You'll find mockups on pod news dot net. Also some research which is more emotionally engaging audio books or films. Audible in Germany shed a study from University College London. You'll never believe the result, what he might turn a podcast network shows including brands like CNN Cartoon Network, and Bleacher report now available on Spotify PR x. also announced there quarter three, twenty eighteen preview inside jaws is profound by mandatory today. Meanwhile, Burgum stead revisited is the subject of a piece in the Irish Times pod Bain. Congratulations to them. They've been recognized with the first Latin podcast, global diversity award, Jovem pan the largest commercial radio network. Brazil jump shore of pronounced incorrectly has selected TRITON digital and Omni studio for podcast distribution and monetization and emails credited as the co, creator of the daily and caliphate is interviewed about how he got started in podcasting, and where can you go to discover new podcasts? Eric Jones has a great big list at the i. AB podcast upfront event in New York. Yesterday, there were lots and lots of announcements from Westwood One NPR mid row, wondering and WNYC studios who linked to all of those and a ton of new podcasts, including one from Jonathan Ross at pod news, dot net.

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Pressure on Pope Francis amid another sexual abuse scandal

PRI's The World

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Pressure on Pope Francis amid another sexual abuse scandal

"That's unequivocal after the recent news from Pennsylvania detailing, sexual abuse of hundreds of children by priests, lions sat down to write a letter to the Irish Times using Francis own words. She says she is trying to be an apostle of the ear who is hearing patients ongoing Crowley. Those were not heard. I'm also hearing repeats culture of the abuse of power of the arrogance of the concise of the cover up that has gone on in the church of lions says, the pope has promised zero tolerance for sexual abuse, but he needs to do something about it. Michael Kelly is the editor of the Irish Catholic newspaper and the co author of a book called how to defend the faith without raising your voice. Kelly says he's not expecting the pope to fully address the issue of sexual abuse during the short visit to Ireland. But he says the pope is going to have to deal with this issue. It's just no longer tenable for the church to act in a silo as if the only responsibility of your, your average Catholic in the pew is to to pray, pay an obey. So I think the pope really needs to articulate the urgent need for that culture of accountability. Kelly says. The abuse scandal continues to shake the confidence of many practicing Catholics and that's something pope Francis cannot ignore. Just today, the archbishop of Dublin said, the number of children abused by priests and Ireland is immense. And at the number of prosecutions of priests is very low for the world. I'm Matthew bell back to our top story now, pretty much everyone's top story. It seems what does it mean that President Trump's former campaign manager was found guilty yesterday several fraud charges as in what does it mean to the rest of the world? And what about the guilty pleas from Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, do they implicate the president and campaign finance violations hard to say how the situation unfold from here, but whatever happens, the business of government has to keep going, including, of course, America's foreign policy does well when president United States is perceived to have diminished power at home and diminish political power

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Patients who accepted infected kidneys cured of hepatitis C

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Patients who accepted infected kidneys cured of hepatitis C

"Radio now eighty eight degrees at five thirty nine rose Ryan Douglas it is now expected to. Take days. To fully cleanup, from Sunday's train derailment on the southside here's Katie radios Joe deal so far. So good as the process continues to remove each of these seven two. Rail cars, and the double stack container boxes they carry this public safety director. Wendell history calls it a fluid situation with risk people, up there being voiced the, down on. The crane in a basket number one and. Number two you're always afraid to load may shift one way, or the, other unexpected way mayor Bill Peduto calls it a difficult situation as to the rush hour. He says there's no way, east Carson street or this Mayfield street bridge reopened in the next forty eight hours on the south side. Joe to steal this radio. Ten twenty, Katy, k Baldwin man In the hospital in critical condition after climbing into a sewer the Baldwin borough manager says a man opened the manhole near his driveway in the nine hundred block of Angelo drive to do repairs. Emergency crews say he was overcome by fumes needed help getting out the manager says there were no sewer issues reported in that area fire, destroyed a. Home in Washington county this afternoon started around one thirty on long drive in north Strabane township. Witnesses reported hearing, explosions or gunshots firefighters. Confirmed there was an explosion at that home no injuries reported at this time a grand jury report on child sexual. Abuse in six of Pennsylvania's Catholic, dioceses being released soon in a letter Reggie parishioners over the weekend Bishop David Subic says the diocese of Pittsburgh will reveal. The names. Of the accused, excluding those with appeals before the supreme court the Bishop tells Katie radio is. Marty Griffin he made the decision to do that after reading the grand. Jury report, himself didn't want people to think that I was hiding something and. I want people to maintain a sense of confidence in, in my leadership that can, really help. In the, healing process Bishops zubec- says he hopes, the report will not cause further pain to the victims a Pittsburgh woman pleaded guilty to healthcare fraud and, distribution of opioids in federal court today sixty four year. Old Mary. Ann Randolph is, accused of obtaining prescription painkillers through a health benefit. Program for personal use but instead distributed. Them throughout a network of drug dealers she faces a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison and a fine of. Over a million dollars could Ireland be, next on the list of nonstop, destinations leaving from Pittsburgh International the Irish Times reports that air Lingus has Pittsburgh and Montreal under shortlist of cities they are considering adding next year the report says the airline hopes to make a decision within the next two. Weeks with flights expected to begin next July. Officials at the airport have declined comment health. News today a study finds US patients who accepted kidneys infected with hepatitis c. were later cured doctors reported today their new organs are, working fine thanks to medication that got rid of the virus results were published in the journal annals of internal medicine research Eight suggests that organs currently going to. Waste might help speed transplants where patients who wait years to get one they say the medication is costly but. Not as expensive or physically exhausting as spending years on dialysis on Wall Street today Hefferin Tillotson, says the Dow closed up thirty nine points at twenty, five thousand five oh two the NASDAQ was up forty seven points.

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Joan Doniger, Ceo and Mark Zuckerberg discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Joan Doniger, Ceo and Mark Zuckerberg discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"The national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council lawmakers calling on the trump administration to not separate immigrant families at the border will have the latest coming up in our wcbs afternoon roundup at three twenty three thirty that is at three twenty five it's money news on wcbs sponsored by mavis discount tire good afternoon joan doniger at bloomberg good afternoon sudden escalation in trade tensions has wall street sliding with losses of about a half to almost one and a quarter percent the dow was down three hundred seven points to twenty four six eighty the nasdaq thirty three to seventy seven thirteen fourteen points to twenty seven sixty investors more than rattled after president trump threatened ten percent tariffs on two hundred billion dollars more of chinese goods china has promised retaliation strategists say the trade war is turning into reality now in the market is very nervous some businesses to or getting involved in the in fighting trump administration policy of taking children away from their families at the mexican border the irish times reports apple ceo tim cook paul calls the policy inhumane and is promising to be a constructive voice to end it the ceo of cisco systems who heads up the business roundtable also wants the policy ended and facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is drummed up about five million dollars from donations from tens of thousands of donations to reunite immigrant parents with children and he's calling.

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"the irish times" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"So tim cook the ceo of apple inc as it continues to dip his toe into the political waters says that natalie's operations child separations are inhumane it's not who we are see here's the problem if that's what was happening it absolutely is inhumane and this is this is this is the the trickery if you will that the left routinely employs child separation is not a policy it's not a desire it is certainly has nothing to do with the trump administration in any way shape manner reform every law that's being enforced was on the books and existing long before trump even decided to run for office before he even commenced his campaign but if in the middle of hysterics respected people come out and say separating families on our border white that's just inhumane and what other conclusion is there it is inhumane if that's indeed what's happening but it isn't there is no policy stating the united states going forward will separate families for the express purpose of making it difficult to immigrate to our come there's no such policy there's no such desire there is no such wish on the part of anybody but if if that's all you know and you hear somebody that you respect you mean what are you going to conclude you're going to conclude it is just like vernon our caller from yesterday who was caught up in the emotion of it and probably could not believe that his country would actually engage in such things and even though he knew that his country could never do something like that he bought it the former director of the c i a guy named michael hayden who i have met and talked to is running around comparing this to nazi germany and so far the drive by media has made i think in excess of twenty five such references in various news stories that this is concomitant with the whole lacoste and people for some reason emotionally accept it as true so what must be your foundational existence if you can be made.

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Trump, San Antonio Military Medical Center and The Irish Times discussed on The Great Outdoors

The Great Outdoors

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Trump, San Antonio Military Medical Center and The Irish Times discussed on The Great Outdoors

"Are some of the stories we're following at newsradio twelve hundred w why irish voters today expected to put an end to the country's abortion ban exit polls showing irish voters wanted to overturn the measure by a large margin one exit poll finds sixty nine percent of irish voters oppose a ban on abortion earlier surveys by the irish times newspaper and the obsessed polling group also show abortion bans being defeated three new executive orders from president trump will make it easier to crack down on federal unions the new orders rollback civil service protections federal workers have enjoyed for decades and change roles to make it easier and quicker for employees to be fired they also require agencies to negotiate union contracts and less than a year and cap the amount of time federal employees can spend on union related business and san antonio police are looking into why a woman crawl under a greyhound bus overnight at the downtown station moments before the vehicle rolled over her leaving her with life threatening in series surveillance video shows the victim positioning herself under that vehicle mechanic who drove the bus over her told investigators he never saw her she's at san antonio military medical center in what authorities last described as very critical condition breaking news on the hour at the half end anytime at w dot com brought to you by primo plumbing time now.

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Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run

Tolbert and Lund

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run

"Seven seventeen friday night in boston beautiful night eighty six degrees red sox back home against the braves at fenway park no score in the first inning and good evening i'm jeff brown as we head into a holiday weekend here's what's happening in the wbz newsroom a student is now in custody following a shooting at an indiana middle school that wounded a classmate and a teacher police in portland oregon arrested drivers suspected of crashing into three people on a sidewalk then leaving the scene latest details on those stories of the cbs evening news coming up at seven thirty tonight and locally cambridge hires former state supreme court chief justice rodrick ireland to conduct an independent review of the april police arrest of a harvard student in ireland tonight two major exit polls are projecting irish voters have repealed a constitutional ban on abortions the exit polls by rt television and the irish times both project a landslide victory for the yes supporters seeking to liberalize the strict abortion ban in that country if the vote is confirmed ireland's parliament will be tasked with writing new regulations on abortion russian president vladimir putin is making plans to step down from his position in six years putin says he'll respect the russian constitution which bans anyone from serving two consecutive terms as president his remarks do not come as a surprise and do not necessarily mean he will relinquish power in six years according to experts putin has stepped down as president once before it happened in two thousand eight a maryland police officer run over by a teenager and killed in the line of duty has been laid to rest houses lined the route of the funeral procession answered iron a privilege to just be a part of something like this baltimore county police officer amy caprio was killed after responding to a crime one over by jeep for teenagers have been charged in her death at her funeral maryland's governor called her death the result of a heinous crime is sorry for that young girl abc news baltimore county maryland a new jersey school bus driver charged with two counts of vehicular homicide following a crash with a dump truck on a highway last week seventysevenyearold hootie mull dro senior being held in county jail tonight following the deaths of a student and a.

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Ireland abortion referendum: Polls close in historic vote to repeal ban

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Ireland abortion referendum: Polls close in historic vote to repeal ban

"The move four thousand people were interviewed after that cost vote counting of the votes begins on saturday morning with an official result expected in the afternoon we spoke to our reporter did or finnity in dublin a little before we record this podcast the exit poll is predicting quite quite a large majority of people have voted in favor of repealing the eighth amendment sixty eight percent of people voting yes thirty two percent of people voting no that's according to the latest irish times exit poll that brazil says you've said just an hour ago but it is just one indication of how voters have voted across the country today a second poll rt poll we released very shortly that will give us another indication the polls also saying the highest yes vote was in dublin at seventy seven percent but that the expectation that broiler would vote against the abortion repeating the eighth amendment that wasn't born with sixty percent of voters in rural areas vote outing in favor of repealing the ban the poodle so shows that a large majority of women voters voted yes seventy percent and eighty seven percent of those age between eighteen and twenty four the younger voters they voted according to this poll overwhelmingly to repeal the amendment turn it was very high at least sixty percent in so maria's unto in other areas even higher than the turnout we had here in our in for the marriage equality for the same sex marriage referendum in two thousand fifteen so it's clearly initially engaged a lot of voters a lot of young people and this indication is certainly in paper of a repeal of the thirty five year constitutional ban on abortion we've had here in right at the disgraced hollywood film producer harvey weinstein says he will plead not guilty to all alligators against him after appeared in court in new york charged with two counts of rape i'm one count of a criminal sexual act the.

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"the irish times" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Name me and i think starting with the royal family it's like and it's his star i'll watch it if you watch planet earth you have to watch it at night in the dark it's unbelievable the cameras that bbc has they literally plant and sixty five inch she so it'll be great for me okay so i don't know if anyone cares but i think i've decided to take the apartment and jug is gonna come see it with me today to a clock from everything you told me it sounds like the right decision because you wanna know why is i i i'm still contrast wow tig what's wrong do you have something to say do you maybe he wants to take the apartment or he hasn't the bark if i shouldn't take the apartment he wants it he wanted what's that it's a sign i don't know whether those tied sign here i'm still waiting to be approved so all of this could be just you know here's your credit score yeah six seventy five i'm proud of my credits for six seventy five ones measure of your credit score was one seventy be so excited ticks me okay we have our fifth and final story which is a little different than what we usually report on just because like i find this wildy and i don't think i'll ever get over the story never and we're going to have to because the malaysia airlines flight three seventy the search is coming to an end this is actually the first time we've reported a story from the irish times that is the source on this one the malaysian minister announces conclusion of operation to locate the missing plane which is so tragic like i feel as i'm just gonna banned in like literally three people who just randomly went missing but also it's like how many resources can you can you use something that's never going to be paying also so many different like countries have contributed.

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"the irish times" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Pat lahey political editor of the irish times thank you so much for joining me my pleasure all right we want to turn now to some voices on both sides of this issue joining me now from dublin is sinead kennedy she's co founder and secretary of the coalition to repeal the eighth amendment sinead welcomed on point having me also joining from dublin is caroline simon's legal consultant spokesperson for the prolife campaign caroline welcome thank you shinnied for sinead i this the stories that you hear from women who've had to travel or wanted to travel because they were pregnant and wanted to terminate the pregnancy in ireland are heartbreaking and there also been some huge legal cases in ireland as i understand it that have really touched the entire country can you tell us about it yeah i think that's one of the the real kind of mark shifts when you were talking there to pass about some of the changes that have taken place in our society over the last couple of decades and i think really in the last particularly in the last five years or so one of the things that i think has characterizes this particular to base at this particular moment rent abortion is the stories and voices of women that for the for the large part in the history of the abortion debate have largely been violent and have largely been absent and i think that in the last couple of years very courageous women have come out publicly and told about their stories and some of them are particularly tragic and heartbreaking we've heard particularly from women and couples who've been facing into a pregnancy with a faithful fetal normally when whether baby is going to be born dead and have had in these very tragic circumstances have been refused the medical care here in our.

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Apple to start paying €13bn Irish tax bill within weeks

Mac OS Ken

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Apple to start paying €13bn Irish tax bill within weeks

"More of its phones with its in house kieran chips of course qualcomm isn't the only chip maker with worries where i phones concerned some of the cellular based ban modems are made by intel as well should apple move to its own based ban modems wong things it's possible that apple will still employ intel relying on the company for its foundry services and perhaps for its chip design acumen as well apples at the start famous to ireland next month no doubt you remember but in case you don't the irish times reminds us the european commission ruled in twenty sixteen that the irish state gave up thirteen billion euros in legal tax aid and ordered that it pay the irish government the full amount plus interest while apple has well over thirteen billion euros laying around the piece as expected that apple will pay the total in a series of unspecified amounts all of it is expected to be paid by september though it may end up backing up als coffers apple and ireland or appealing the easy ruling that appeal as expected to be heard this fall on the third anniversary of the release of apple watch news of expansion for the latest model tuesday mark third anniversary as well as apple's acknowledgement that lt versions of series three of the watch or headed the three new markets i download blog says the dick tracy wrist radio addition of apple watch will hit denmark sweden and india on friday the eleventh of may pre orders will begin in each region one week ahead of release on friday the fourth of may.

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"the irish times" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on WEEI

"Reprinted gerry adams is this from the globe no irish time boy he gets the irish times even feels more it's the three thousand mile rule you get three hundred miles away all rules are out he wanted to an office on i i'm won't spend much time in this but you know these people they're eightyeight said go go see what you can find about go see what you can find we they said to him about gerry adams who went to the office on lower falls road now to like speak with gerry adams the man who to my made this request a lovely silver silver haired guy named patty lauren wofford said it see what he could do disappeared upstairs and soon returned to say jerry's up the stairs go on up patty didn't frisk me didn't ask for my id i guess at my face my coloring the fact from boston my name is kevin was good enough for him up the stairs i went and i was sitting there for maybe ten minutes and in walks adams wearing a lesson impressive jumper he sat down inside looked at me and said what about yee tell you read all this stuff now you just i mean it's hard to believe again it's like you know whatever pick your tv show by the where he just walks in and the guys who doesn't even doesn't even i come because he's seen alex because the people on the two sides and northern ireland look so different yes exactly you just been is easily been the enemy kevin is you were an ally but whatever whatever you read it the same way read everything with a grain of salt but who got next here sock puppet we got mark james because he wants to get involved the conversation i think you're right you're right.

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"the irish times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That appeared in the irish times the week of the ceasefire and i was walking down the road and a man came up to me and he said i really admired they call it michalis poem he said i really admired your kidneys poem but i'm not ready for it my son was the victim earlier this year of a punishment beating i'm not ready to forgive and i wondered to myself was this poem of mine premature when when i wrote it was a wonderful guy in enniskillen quantum gordon wilson it was a draper and he was blown up beside his daughter and the enniskillen atrocity on remembrance day on a couple of days later with his arm in a sling plaster in his face he said to the television cameras that he forgave they can his daughter didn't even call them murderers and i had his face in my mind for prime when i thought palm that not everybody could behave was extraordinary almost superhuman magnanimity of gordon wilson and i thought perhaps my poll might have been premature and that it might have been two symmetrical and need untidy so i wrote a i kinda awkward gauche kerala to cease fire and read that one this is all of these people underattorney my message to the world you know it's in the fresh line that in the first couple of lines who also suggested that the opposite of worn is not so much peace as civilization he knew are assassinated catholic greengrocer who died at christmas the arms of our methodist minister and our ice cream man who's continuing requiem is the twenty one flavors children have by heart are cobbler men's shoes for everybody our butcher blends into his best sausages leeks garlic honey our corner shops so everything from bread.

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"the irish times" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"That appeared in the irish times that week of the ceasefire and i was walking down the discipline road and amman came up to me and he said i really admired i call it my kelly's poem he said i really admired your kidneys poem but i'm not ready for it my son was the victim earlier this year of a punishment beating i'm not ready to forgive and i wanted to myself was this poem of mine premature i mean i was it what premature when when i wrote it was a wonderful guy in an skin i called him gordon wilson it was a draper and he was blown up and beside his daughter and the enniskillen atrocity on remembrance dam on a couple of days later with his arm in a sling classrooms face he said to the television commerce that he forgave they daughter didn't even call them murderers and i'm i had his face in my mind for prime when i wrote that poem but i thought and there were people from meniscus in said they weren't ready either that not everybody could behave with the extraordinary almost superhuman magnanimity of gordon wilson and i thought perhaps my poem might have been premature i'm that it might have been two symmetrical and need untidy so i wrote a kinda awkward gauche kerala ray to cease fire and i read that one is that it's about the lisburn road ice cream man no no no no the one that was another so what's this one this one this is about the lisburn road which is you don't know but i will insist is the center of the universe.

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"the irish times" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"No information this is in my top threat alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment troops on my top nice tell me something good luck on was flavor flavor there was be down in the middle of a las vegas casino it was captured on camera tmc has all of this news the first video of the raft legend taking a ponch and another punch in another punch the footage starts after the initial punches and flavor flavors on the floor and he's trying to cover up as his attacker unloads on him now i just want to say that he has fifty eight years old bless you do what is way you've earned the right to shell has yes alexa will be not identified i was shocked to see that it was fifty eight that means that he was probably in this i don't know late 30s whenever he was at its height of his popularity i thought he was like twenty years old so kind of a shock to me that he's actually finishing on reality sardis yeah well no no before that like whenever oh yes as of a all hype right man yeah yeah boise with this week lockie okay mazy williams who plays arias stark in game of thrones uh in a recent interview with the irish times she called out the industry for only portraying one traditional type of quote beautiful woman onscreen which he admits concerned her when it comes to landing future roles and film and television she says it's only now i'm starting to realize.

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"the irish times" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Church in one of the most polemical one concerned the chilean m a bishop by one virus who was appointed bishop in osor nalin chile against the will of the parisioners because of a he had a long association with i'll well wellknown paedophile uh called cata dima and he himself was not accused of any any sexabuse crises or certainly accused of covering up on of knowing about the behaviour father coutity my who subsequently was foiled by the vatican's own congregation of the doctor fake he was convicted of paedophilia not don appointment was defended by pope francis 'and die indicates that the sex abuse lobbyists will say they'll of the church still has a long way to go patty heck knew of the irish times in rome up to one in ten medical products in developing countries could be substandard or fake according to the world health organization the figures it'll be even higher in africa wet nigeria has become something of a hub for the multimillionaire fake drugs market the authorities says say that working with interpol to tackle the problem but fake drugs is still being sold openly as did duty opinion lorry reports from laos we're in a sixcar convoy on our way to the market would eight drug control officials and six policemen we see some street will kissed selling drugs the armed policemen jumped out of the vehicle onto a busy road and head towards the volcanoes growth good though she.

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"the irish times" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Church in one of the most polemical one concerned the chilean m a bishop by one virus who was appointed bishop in osor nalin chile against the will of the parisioners because of a he had a long association with i'll well wellknown paedophile uh called cata dima and he himself was not accused of any any sexabuse crises or certainly accused of covering up on of knowing about the behaviour father coutity my who subsequently was foiled by the vatican's own congregation of the doctor fake he was convicted of paedophilia not don appointment was defended by pope francis 'and die indicates that the sex abuse lobbyists will say they'll of the church still has a long way to go patty heck knew of the irish times in rome up to one in ten medical products in developing countries could be substandard or fake according to the world health organization the figures it'll be even higher in africa wet nigeria has become something of a hub for the multimillionaire fake drugs market the authorities says say that working with interpol to tackle the problem but fake drugs is still being sold openly as did duty opinion lorry reports from laos we're in a sixcar convoy on our way to the market would eight drug control officials and six policemen we see some street will kissed selling drugs the armed policemen jumped out of the vehicle onto a busy road and head towards the volcanoes growth good though she.

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"the irish times" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"The net flicked show the ranch duda multiple sexual assault allegations surprise surprise yet plays released a statement yesterday that said netflixing the producers have written danny masters in out of the ranch yesterday was his last day on the show and production will resume end early 2018 without him masters said he's very disappointed in that incision and says he looks forward to clearing his name once and for all i mean look like every day we're going to find out about every single day something different did you see saturday night live last weekend idea of that but i know you guys did as i did he do did you see the air lingus sketch the flight attendant on the flight oh yeah that where i read yeah yeah so our our new president has ticked off a lot of other countries but as far as anyone knows things are quality irish at least they were adele as that al did that air lingus skagit i'd say as in ireland in ireland in the schedule was really just an excuse to play with a bunch of irish stereotypes like their accents their love of potatoes in fiddle playing and the fact they apparently worship dogs other probably only did it because they had sure cerrone and on as host and she actually is irish plus you to was playing they were the band and of course they're irish she played one of the flight attendants but uh i guess the irish times was not impressed they weren't necessarily upset they called it on foty fanfani patty wagonry p i love the venue accurate like they're paying was glory i didn't get the point of it like shutting down as they have accents the editing get why the dogs lane either i don't milliyet a c coastline and she's freiherr i mean she got her all the era i guess so i dunno i kid is getting better as their male has brochure but i'm over the trump scared i gotta over the trauma withdrawn we got it like they'll take forever like five minute long sketchy mobilize that myself through an entire episode lazett every day like i think that we get updates bunny is actually really funding beds vitali he said that was bad by not liked the performance and then we can update and.

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"the irish times" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Openness of our system needs vulnerable to political warfare should know nutrient may warfare and he's been waging that pretty aggressively for the last few years and you know with the russians soviets before them are old masters update no higher at jewish and he engage in this in part because he believed the west is doing that hinz in our own way in he basically bleasel delivered international orders and essential threat to his regime because over time compound russia to be uh uh reliable spell the end of authoritarianism and so he's plus uh and i think what we're seeing now is this persistent to continuous sort of political warfare political conflict bag to russia and the nine states in at the moment they have the upper hand on trump for sure and what they've done i think kabardis you know intervened in a way that's on the fisheries basiuni c o r d russian actions serving their interests they don't necessarily believe they're serving russia's interests which of course makes the russian interference even more effective on trump's inability to sort of recognize misbelief that recognising a would call into question his own legitimacy means that you asked he needs to be radically defenceless are certainly not as run a quick to demand against adds these attacks and again i'm speaking with thomas right as a fellow director of the project on international strategy as well as a fellow in the on the united states in europe at the brookings institution he's latest book is all measures short award contest vote the 21st century and the future in power and he has an article that the irish times in the lobby of trump may be it gets worse from here while the other two which was uh uh fake news media machine that seems to have created uh a bubble of people who support trump who are immune to facts and evidence an uh.

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"the irish times" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on KKAT

"Was entertaining so this simple the story up for you i found this incredibly entertaining this includes justin trudeau hoop bugs me for a number of reasons so leo veron carr who is he's he's the youngest ever irish prime minister and he's an openly gay irish government minister first of indian heritage and he has his uh his significant other he likes lycra avocado and he loves rahm coms and he is at thirty eight he's the youngest to hold the post and so which it seems crazy 'cause that's but it's politics for you this the irish times are calling him and justin trudeau along with emmanuel macron the quote avocado lads and there are actually lashing out at the the irish presses because he he's falling out of favour rapidly they say he values style over substance and that he just likes press ops in all of this stuff and he he just he's he's or just ridiculous and that he's just say a walk he's a public he's a public court relations creation according to ira media that he said that he quotes wander round canada while the country faces a series of crisis he's he's the it's so which i think is interesting so they call them the avocado leads because he loves avocado one toast i can't eat avocado on toast because it i hate seen pictures of it on instagram so bad i just feel like rebelling so these want it put it on toast and i'm just rebelling yeah you do the yeah well when it's ripe but spreads like butter and it's not barrel idaho i love it's actually good if you'd but i i love avocado ago sworn off of tosa the new york post says for all of you sex lot owners out there the new york post says be careful with your sect spot because hackers could actually hackett ticket and incur to to kill you what a cybersecurity scientists says sex robots could one day rise up and kill their owners of hackers can get inside their heads ilan musk has been clay you know what these guys all talking about this does it does freaked me out was at one will smith movie i robot so apparently a lot of people are using the sexy time box and cybersecurity lecturer dr nicholas patterson says.

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"the irish times" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Men have had the drop dates off at busstops instead of walking them all the way home about sixty boxing clubs still dot the city training kids to defend themselves and their block each jim a world unto itself sutcliffe who runs the historic crumlin boxing club where conner got his start remembers growing up in the next project over in dram the neighboring rival communities of crumlin and dreamt are within the gritty dublin twelve post code separated only by crumlin road which runs own east west diagonal sutcliffe who boxed in the 1980s and eighty four olympics wanted to train in the crumlin jim which had better coaches he beat up men who tried to stop them from crossing crumlin road not on me own he says modestly with my brothers other divisions in the city revolve around class and while conner success allows him safe passage across gangland boundaries it can't overcome his dublin twelve routes the irish national daily papers of long served as the mouthpiece of the upwardly mobile and educated mcgregor rarely makes their pages on the first morning of the prefight media tour the irish times and the independent bennett combined one hundred twenty eight words about it one small story about mayweather's tax problems then after mcgregor dropped his racist taunts during the tour the to paper spilled pages with essays and think pieces and onestorey compared him to donald trump calling him a disgrace to ireland its people and its flag.

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"the irish times" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"I will date when they listen they are going to be a little shocked by and we didn't cover the challenge to all but omnipresent for that right now a warm them okay awesome thank you thank you so much change that by greece valley and i became friends because she listen to an episode of mine and what was the question that you attacks me about i think it was made me about lallah kent mm yes about low account and kelly's irish times of course and we became but and now we text regularly so if you're ever asking yourself i feel like it could be my friend i just don't know if that's a possibility i'm here to tell you will be you know grason i textile out so he i asked her if she would watch siesta key with me because it was a new show the came out on mtv there was a lot of buzz about it we talked about this before i realized that there was some boycott for this show because the lead character apparently likes to harm animals that said i still watched it because i felt like it was my duty as the diane sawyer of reality television and a purveyor of reality television just in general to watch it and to report back to headquarters yoko that is correct i am an agreement with the rest of the world that is boycotting the show that the person that is responsible for harming in animal a shark is probably someone who has psychological problems.

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"the irish times" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"the irish times" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Firearm this is the thom hartmann broke ground combat town arben here with you in on the line with me is the oped collar and op ed columnist for the irish times irish times dot com is the website a fence and a tool of of talking talking to us from from ireland ev fontana my send your name right you are trump cut all thank you so much for joining us i read your article and titled what connects brexit the dep which is this a cut relatively obscure at least two americans uh political party out of northern ireland that that the the the tree somme the conservatives are gonna form of of an alliance with to govern the uk um so now back to you the title you article what connects brexit the do you pee dark money and a saudi prince as pretty shocking article uh is so first of all uh tell tell our viewers listeners in a what is the do you pee i you know i just did a little thumbnail sketch of it but i'm which i'm sure you could do a much better job than me and i and why would it be surprising that the do you pee worst suddenly to have a lot of money to engage in political activity so he is a larger critical party in northern ireland remind people who are divided the island is from wherever you today of the republic which broke away to achieve independent kingdom by who no ordering county of ireland remain part of the uk therefore they were in the brexit update rob here the pierre with brexit referendum right because the in in part by saying is that their objection was that if the uk separated from from of the european union that they would arguably half to reince reinstall the border between northern ireland and ireland the republic of ireland because now oh northern ireland is part of the united kingdom but ireland is an independent nation and is still part of the eu of order in a huge welfare million because we don't want the reimposition of our heart order across described crowd appeared with pete proper plate 1909 ninety all right go up better we don't we walk however he did what happened right foot if he is a i have backwards thank you it was in favor.

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