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US kills Iran general Qassem Suleimani in strike ordered by Trump

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

03:11 min | 6 months ago

US kills Iran general Qassem Suleimani in strike ordered by Trump

"It it has been the defining dynamic of Donald Trump's presidency indeed of Donald Trump's life 'cause crisis solve crisis or pretend to then claimed credit nevertheless trump's decision to order the drone strike which killed senior Iranian military officer Kassim Salamone in Baghdad? Doc Dead on January third was a surprise major general. All the money was the long serving commander of the coulds force of Iran's Islamic Revolution in regards core the could force considered a terrorist organization by the United States is the unit largely responsible for Iran's various foreign military enterprises in Iraq Syria Lebanon Yemen Afghanistan and elsewhere Sulejmani was one of Iran's most powerful for men in cities across Iran. His death prompted scenes of mass mourning reminiscent of the one thousand nine hundred nine funeral of Ayatollah Khamenei leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution. Iran was obliged to respond and did so but incuriously circumspect fashion at least for for the moment on January eighth a barrage of ballistic missiles struck two basis in Iraq at which. US forces are stationed but did only the kind of damage that gets done when you're not trying all that hard to do real damage as we go to where it is unclear whether or not the passengers and crew who of a Ukrainian airliner which crashed near Tehran on Wednesday will accidental victims of Iran's retaliation in this episode. Tom Edwards Chaz a special discussion looking. At how the. US and Iran got here and where they might go. Next does the United States killing of Sulamani really make relations relations between Washington and Tehran. Any worse than they already were is Iran. Really willing to call it a draw. Can we expect further confrontation tation as America's presidential election looms and does Iraq get any say in any of this. This is the foreign desk. I I think right now yes. The focus is on the United States because of these airstrikes but the reality is once the dust settles are GonNa be focusing on both again. I it just right now this at this time of tension and these strikes that had come out during the past week is diverting attention which is the taking back. The country of Iraq Iran was on the losing end in many any of these countries in Iraq people were saying we don't want your in Syria in Lebanon and Yemen Iran. Although it seems to be so powerful was on the back foot at the end of two thousand nineteen and and the potential that this strike gives Iran is a way to try and change that so there is a benefit potential benefit. Iran could take advantage of the base has really divided lighted about. US engagement in the Middle East by enlarge. They want the war's end they want the president to focus on the United States and its interest. He has to balance to the looking tough but he hasn't liked to take action that puts us back in the middle of what is really an unsolvable challenge. That is the middle at least at this moment in time.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"I'm Tom Edwards? Coming up on today's program sort of people who would eighteen months ago of scoffed at the idea of conspiracies, the sort of metropolitan rational liberals now they now who believe in conspiracies, we'll be exploring the first major international study on conspiracy theories and asking what binds the people who believe them also had how much damage has don't chango bona inflicted on itself by insulting. It's huge Chinese market. We'll find out about an upgrade at Slovenia's national airport and learn why a hotel resort in Bali is clamping down on smartphones. All that ahead here on the briefing with me, Tom Edwards. The largest cross national study ever conducted on conspiracy theories suggest that around a third of people in countries like the UK in France thing. They governments are hiding the truth about immigration. The study also found that people who supported Brexit or indeed voted for Donald Trump will considerably more likely to give them credence. Hayes the journalist Adam Curtis, you made a documentary about conspiracies, and what he had to say he spoke to the Monica weekly sort of people who would eighteen months ago of scoffed at the idea of conspiracies, the sort of metropolitan rational liberals now, they now believe in conspiracies, they believe that Russia is in control of everything they believe that Russia gave you Brexit. Now. I'm not saying it didn't. But you can't prove it. So in a way zave slipped in to the very well that eighteen months ago, they'd have sculptor. And I think that's what we're trying to get in. This piece is that in age when people are very uncertain, and there's no real sort of benchmark. For this is what we want out of society. Everything slips into a sort of Myers Moore. It's a dream world the always provocative Adam Curtis. Speaking to the Monaco weekly. You can check out the week your card to him or of that. Well, let's explore what Adam was talking about there in more detail with journalist and broadcaster, Robin Lustick revenue was a long time presenter on BBC radio's the world tonight. And until I say he joins us now. Good afternoon tea, Robin. What do you make of that point that Adam Curtis that made about the fact that even you sort of right-minded level headed metropolitan liberal elite type not naming names provin even a believe in conspiracy theories. Now, do you go along with that? I don't on the fray now, I don't think it is right to conflict suspicions that. For example. Russia has been involved in either the campaign to take Britain out of the EU all the election of Donald Trump with conspiracy theory. Is about some mysterious group of people running the world. The big difference is that there is evidence to support some of the suspicions about what Russia has been up to the is no evidence about some of the other more outlandish conspiracy theories. I mean, I find this international research extremely interesting. But I do think it misses one point. There's nothing new about conspiracy theories. If you go back hundreds of years in Europe, there was a time when a significant number of people believed that Roman Catholics were behind everything that was happening. Then of course, and still to some extent now antisemitism is largely posited on the belief eroneous. Of course, the Jews control everything some people believe the freemasons can show everything there's nothing new about conspiracy through is what is new is that they now have far greater currency. They are far more visible than they used to be on. That is down to the. Internet social media sites in particular YouTube, which seems from this research is hugely influential, but chick Yuli among people who are pruned to believe some of the more outlandish conspiracy theories. And that I think is what probably will be focusing on. Well, then let's talk more about that than Rabin. I is it the idea then these the democratization certainly of the internet means that there's a tendency for people to see what they want to see..

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"If anything, it gave me more confidence to move into it because you'll like, hey, do you know what has worked and the place where I worked was pretty successful. Sorry, and I were really good at training and developing you and making you like a little in your own business. But I just had a love exposure to load a lotta parts of the business and then so being able to come and bring that to our own idea, made me really excited and the rest of history. It sounds that was really very much a blank canvas in the beginning. You have this big Powell, lots of different thoughts were rolling around. Was it really long that I mean, did you fail you? You were stalling with a completely clean slate and you could take it anyway. The often one thinks of constraints on your creativity and things that limit how innovative you can be, but it seems like it was really quite sort of an open, an open forum was it was it as kind of open with the possibilities ends? It sounds at the beginning. Yeah, I think that's was the idea laced. I mean, if you're gonna stop from scratch, you may as well start from scratch, I guess, and figure out what you actually want to do. And I think they really wasn't any constraints with the concept because we went working with anything. You know, from the beginning, I think that the original idea came to these guys with was was very loosely sort of to do with active wear and active lifestyles, and how that Kate between a contemporary every day, an active. There's definitely those a huge amount of Skype indefinitely, like a blank canvas to a degree. And it was really trying to hone in on the different experiences and different skill sets of of everyone and what we could learn from, like what Donna said, learn from the past experiences of how you know things to take away from the is that worked well and things like we should definitely do it differently to that, at least for this concept. I think that was the idea to try and Sut relatively. From like from the start to and like build something create something that that made sense that was done a Harris and Joanna. Tuna from the label l. n. Diaz speaking to motorcycles, Tom Edwards, and you can hear the full interview on the preneurs which premieres at nine thousand nine hundred London time today..

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"I'm Tom Edwards coming up today. Donald Trump confirms that he did pay hush money to women as he campaigned to be present. What impact will it have on him politically, also ahead. The strike wins will be rightly pulled by what they witnessing in the nation's parliament today. And in the course of this week, Australia's prime minister, Malcolm tumble isn't wrong, but who will replace him if he's Alstead by his colleagues, we'll also be examining how the UK's government is preparing its citizens for a no deal Brexit. And then house on the lake is a work called the Mustapa made from thousands of pinky. Purply oil drums it's huge over twenty meters high Monaco's editor, Angie talk. We'll be telling us about a new structure that floats atop the serpentine in London's Hyde Park. Oh, that a head here on the briefing with me till Midwood's. Donald Trump says the payments to two women who claimed he had fares with them, did not break election campaign rules. The latest development comes after Trump's former lawyer, Michael Kern pleaded guilty to violating laws during the two thousand sixteen presidential election over his handling of the alleged hush money. We'll talk to Brian classes, an assistant professor in global politics, University College London, and a columnist for the Washington Post. And he joins us now good afternoon, Brian. We've been tracking this story of course, as it's been developing over the last few days in the last twenty four hours a low Trump insists to the contrary, it seems we've had confirmation for him that he did indeed, right? The law. His interview with FOX and friends all but admitted that he committed a crime, the way he described it is criminal. And even though tried to paint this as an innocent small campaign finance violation, it is a very serious federal crime. And we know that because his lawyer pleaded guilty to it and say serious jail time as Michael Cohen. Lawyer suggested if Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to a crime that President Trump directed. It's hard to understand the defense that says, the president is not a committed crime, and that's why this is such a significant development. Well, I indeed buying, what do the next developments look like? Then what can happen to to Trump? Does this change the the short term, or is this something that's going to really adjust the kind of medium Tom play for him? I think there will be short term and in term and long term cups questions for their soon. The short term, they're going to be increasingly increasing calls for impeachment which are not going to go anywhere immediate. Early, but are going to signal a sea change in how Trump is viewed, not just by Democrats, but also by Republicans, there is a conservative columnist and the New York Times today who says Trump should be impeached..

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"From parents to you'll see used digital do line, join print, making all sorts of things and the covers well, they're not. That covers for paper magazines, but they have an amazing digital footprint. You thinking about that deployment across various different platforms de sort of see them in your illustrators. I as being on magazines on eastern, for example, does no matter how how you look at them. Initially, I really look at imagery the same way. Whatever format it's in. I, I really look at it as you're twenty feet away from something, and I want to bring you in those twenty feet to get closer to what I just did. So if it's a poster on a street and he's very graphic and see for fire way, it's about two inches on your phone. If it's on a magazine covering your at the bus station, it's this idea to communicate and get. An audience's attention that is kind of going about their day, but it breaks through. I mean, I've seen my my magazine covers on new stand with about twenty other magazines that are full of pop fashiony. Singers voted high gloss photos and things like that. And these covers they just pop out in new standard earning or and they pop out on the web with all that's happening. So I think that definitely goes across on mediums and something that I thought it. But when I started and even when I started the idea of creating some sort of image or brand that would be communicate very quickly with people at something that I thought about right at the beginning of this two years ago that I really wanted a bit of repetition when the image pops up immediately recognize the face and who you're talking about, and then you get into the concept of the idea and you read it within fee seconds, and that's something that creating a brand and then doing every once people recognize the brands and you can do anything to it to destroy the grand stretch it, you know, make an impact on it. So. That's basically try to do probably since the primaries, the amazing Eddie Rodriguez speaking to Tom Edwards, you can hit up full interview by listening back to this week's edition of the stack details at our website, or indeed wherever you get your podcast, you're listening to twenty four..

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Elon Musk feuds with artist over farting unicorn graphic

24 Hour News

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Elon Musk feuds with artist over farting unicorn graphic

"The book tour to promote the president is missing stop and san jose last night and as kcbs has megan gold's be reports its authors former president bill clinton and bestselling thriller writer james patterson say it should be seen as a cautionary tale the dangers faced by the fictional president in the book could become real someday said real life former president bill clinton we're in an upward trajectory where the possibilities of technology or exploding and the dangers are exploding and we gotta have the fence catch up with offense recent interviews with the two men have focused in on bill clinton thoughts on the metoo movement and on his affair with monica lewinsky tim who came in from gilroy to see the talk says he glad that didn't happen at the sap center i'm tired of hearing it it's it's just let it go and just let him live to the rest of his life and just be leaving it gets tiring but the president did still delve into politics saying at one point of trump's supporters think they're trapped in a zero sum game world that is they're losing somebody else's winning and the only way they can win for somebody else to start losing and that's their experience they don't see the world for its possibilities they say it's for problems in san jose making gold speak kcbs many tests the drivers may have seen an image of unicorn passing wind who's lightning flatulence is used to power an electric car kcbs has big reports the artist who created that whimsical images claiming copyright infringement by the company last year tesla ceo elon musk tweeted a picture of a coffee mug showing a unicorn powering an electric car with its own electric farts saying quotes maybe my favorite mug ever the company has gone on to use the cartoon image on it's christmas card and as an app icon in the tesla console screen tom edwards the denver artists who created the image in two thousand ten watched the company to stop it's not appropriate to use those works without permission and in this case some compensation edwards attorney tim atkinson tells kcbs this is not a shakedown rather they are fighting for the rights of artists everywhere my clients hope is that i just great combination of i really silly image and it really great magical product cannot continue to coexist together moscow has responded on twitter saying quote he can sue for money if you want but that's kinda lame if anything this attention increased his mug sales in the silicon valley bureau matt bigler kcbs amazon rolled.

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Elon Musk got into the weirdest fight over a farting unicorn

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Elon Musk got into the weirdest fight over a farting unicorn

"Of the news sponsored by kelly moore paint kcbs news time five fifty one okay it's not quite snakes on a plane but it is a case of a snake at the airport kcbs is meghan gold's be reports a rental car employees at the oakland airport found a five foot long boa constrictor curled up in a returned car lost any pets lately we'll just have to kind of figure it out here where the stink came from alameda county sheriff's department spokesman sergeant ray kelly says the five foot boa constrictor was found in a rental car at the oakland airport by employees who immediately called in the sheriff's department luckily says kelly deputy who's also a snake enthusiasts iraq around his arm and at that point the situation was stabilized we called our animal services people and they have since picked up the snake they're looking through rental records to try to find its owner and see if they forgot their snake or if they're snakes somehow got into the car and they didn't know about it or got out of its cage and somehow got into the car or was the snake in a piece of luggage so we're trying to piece pieces together to see how long the snakes been in the car or maybe it's been there for a while that's a comforting thought megan gold speak kcbs kind of a double edged sword for pottery maker from colorado who was thrilled when billionaire elon musk tweeted a photo of one of his creations kind of hard to explain this one if you haven't seen it but it is basically a cartoon of a unicorn farting electrcity and you did hear me right anyway musk's tweet helped boost sales for tom edwards creations that was cool by him until he realized tesla was using the unicorn is an icon and its operating system in it even reproduced it in a company christmas card edwards is out told the guardian the well he loves the fact that his art is showing up and tesla's he'd like to be compensated for edwards has not sent a cease and desist letter he has as musk and tesla to discuss the issue no official response from the company the unicorn is still on the tesla touchscreens and has for muskie is adjusted that edwards has nothing to gripe about because all the attention has helped sell or mugs when guests who has some of tom edwards works at home in her kitchen wouldn't even wanna go there mine is not a unicorn doing that thing let me just say that but tom edwards does very funny stuff very funny stuff clearing the air at the port of oakland i think it's a good story after what you just told us stan the port's largest marine terminal operators making plans to retrofit thirteen dieselpowered.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"You would see my cat summer i think it is in the hallway on her back all four paws in the air she looks pretty comfortable check her out now eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero pick up the phone and give us a call we want to talk to you of course about your pets and lines are open we're gonna have also dr tom edwards is going to be joining us in we're going to be talking about felix and introducing cats cats he's gonna come on for segment and tell us about that and gently how feel except will help you with your stressful and over anxiety cats which there's a lot of them out there eight four four three o five seven eight zero zero that song car dr katie pets in cars any remedies that you would say introduce because sometimes dogs just don't want to go in they don't make a dog one do they owe with the cats though i mean it's good because you can you know could spray it in their carrier and take it but you know with the with dogs though sometimes it's just they have they having jd to third grade so there are i mean there are some methods that you can use actually introduce your you talk to car ride small dogs definitely put them in carriers and just get them used to the carrier inside the house big dogs let's a little more difficult i think the big thing not a lot of people automatically put their dog in a car and take him to the vet the only time they go in the car so that's really scary it's like oh i know i'm going to have something either put somewhere where i don't want it or so another reason had feel soft in the house that will actually take away some of those but that's a given though for most pets right.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You back with madari house with me under melissa with me often unto coastal shekar daniel beach and tom edwards now like many popular entertainments and evening at the cinema is prevented from being enjoyable as it might by the presence of other people who are very often terrible in cinemas in particular fiddle with phones talk sneeze cough eat things get up come back or if it's any molten stall was film snow this problem is being magnified into a crisis by the newly released a quiet place which as the title suggests is some minimal on the dialogue front is drako nyan action by movie houses necessary therefore to make seeing the film actually tolerable the answer is obviously yes but we're going to expand on tom up people who make noise during films of a mealy ignorant and on civilized or actively evil oh difficult a little from column i think it was really interesting here is wes in the malls a era fernando much more about the data around this area that may you know everyone's looking about cinematic television obviously we know we have watched on demand people now used to having the home cinema a true home cinema experience screen hd all the rest no other people and you can say as i i mean i try and encourage listen it's not to do this imagine andrew miller on his couch watching the latest action film but this is the problem people can watch central comfort and i think there's some sort of disconnect they then go into the cinema environment the lights dimmed the big actions does and people just default into that home mode then having a cia they're eating their food i don't know whether the cinema should sort of embrace it and say look it's like being home you know biz disgusting antisocial as you want or whether and this is my inclination as a you know essentially an eight year old.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"It's not that uncommon i like how how much do we connect with it it's it's a senior could see anywhere in so many places so as you say maybe it is a bit cliche may we're we're so used to seeing these things but that's the point we have to see these things we have to understand the context in which they come from and that's why it's it's so important that these people are still here capturing these things and i know what tom was mentioning this is a medium that can't be faked really i know news editors now our photo editors only take the raw files so these are totally unedited raw pictures that are coming in and it's still such a powerful medium okay we'll take short bright now you're listening to madari house with me under mullah long financial goes to checker tom edwards and you'll beach coming up next and ovidiu initiative to make cinemas slightly less hopeful monaco library is growing into a robust collection of wellturned out titles for an in depth look into our core theme of quality of life why not delve into our first ever book the monocle guide to better living for any would be business leaders entrepreneurs or even astonished companies in search of fresh ideas there's the multiple guy to good business in how to make a nation a monocle guide we looked at the small and the big things that can help make our nation's work better and in the monocle to drinking and dining we bypass the foam and the fuss to uncover the makings of a truly great meal monaco's handsome books are published by our friends fish dalton in berlin and offer a world of new experiences between the covers so spruce up your shelves today and by some of our titles online at monaco dot com or from any good bookstore.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Mike sometime this year maybe as soon as may they had the next decision on thursday tomorrow we'll see getting the usual hiking cycle from the fed that we've now moved into but that really is an outpost trajectory and you see these a line you see this this output movement so you're absolutely seeing vats but really i think this is a reaction to where we're at in mock his trump can can take the the credit when when the economy does well owen stocks do well you've got to be up to take v the hit when they do badly but not necessarily if it's not you that's really driving it well sponsor to stay there one second you're just going to bring in tom edwards whose uh ag's expertise on his kind of comes juditha as part of newspapers now they're already picking up on this kind of like wool street moment began yesterday and is now infecting the global markets and uh is a take one of panic or interesting lows commentators today signing various angry over that was a bit of a correction coming here and i think sanguine is the word it's interesting you sort of highlighted decided that price correction that but i think that's what it is nothing people sometimes find it hard to reconcile the idea that you can have strong fundamentals and sometimes equity markets are little overvalued and that does tend to blitz and then uh beat be corrected net doesn't mean that the strong fundamentals on there or the markets on as robust as ever the one of the interesting texaco sees what trump's had to say we had a clip from him at the top of the show saying oh you know markets day fifty percent better than they would have paid of democrat was in the white house of course you know trump's very much riding a wave that was sort of set during the obama administration has often the why certainly for the first quarter of a hopeful quarter of a term had presidents tend to be in full by what their predescessors had them now it's true yes that his tax reforms generally at the feeling that the fundamentals will it positive in the states for a while to come but it does seem like a correction from from where primer on unsought and his other precious on equity markets as interesting piece in the time.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"You're listening to the curators with me tom edwards in henry reese sherry to now henry another woman who i'm sure would have been present certainly in spirit if not in person at the marches is oath an activist leyla slim innate she's the first french moroccan woman to win france's most prestigious award for literature the prequel call her international a best seller lullaby has just been translated into english in she's been appointed french president emmanuel macron's personal representative the formation of french language and culture in this clint from meet the writers later talk to jejina goldwyn about her book discusses sex in morocco a country with a subject is still taboo you have to know at in morocco in a lot of nonmuslim countries six yellow relationships are forbidden when you're not married you can go to prison homeless accredits is forbidden cheating on your husband are on your wife is forbidden and you can go to prison so today in prison and morocco you can find homosexuals and you can find agitate paris people so i think it's a shame and i think everyone should fight against is so i wanted women in morocco to tell me how they live in such a country and how can they leave their sexual live in a country where things that you can only be a virgin or a wife and so you went around and and spoke to women and got the stories from how easy was that were people happy to confide in you yes actually was very easy because i think that women was really eager to break silence sent to tell someone who is not going to judge stem because you know one of the great invention of a battery react guys silence and shame telling women who should shut up and you should be ashamed of what you want to say and i think that feminism should always say to him and break the silence say what you have to say and when you say i when you begin to tell you a story you have defeating that may you have a dignity and maybe you're not a piece of sheet everyone is telling you are so as a novelist as a right job.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Hello and welcome to this special edition of the briefing coming to you from studio one hair amador house in london i'm tom edwards and coming up on today's program while you enjoy some turkey leftovers we revisit a couple of our very best episodes of the big interview from earlier this year on today's program we talk about the world of art museums woo two today we're hearing from the directors of two of the greatest ought institutions in the world the moma in new york city and london's south bank center these two art and cultural behemoths have become beacons of modern and contemporary art in their respective cities in a magnet for people of all ages and backgrounds who are seeking to learn to connect just to be entertained glenn larry and jute kelly have guided the establishments they run through some changing and challenging times but always with an understanding of the potential of ought to break boundaries always interrogating critically the role of museums in society they talk to us about that work how trump's presidency has made them value sharing and diversity ever more and plenty more besides on the big interview dude kelly is a theater director and producer and has been the artistic director of britain's largest centre for the arts the south bank center for more than a decade a fierce advocate of gender equality in 2011 jude founded the while women of the world festival at south santa championing and celebrating the achievements of women and girls around the globe kelly's also been a vocal advocate of accessibility for all of the arts and culture developing everexpanding policies to ensure the arts remain a universal rather than exclusive domain i sat down with jude early this year to find out more i always had ipo's these twin pots myself as that should director i've always wanted to make all different kinds of work up right to shakespeare chekhovian have contempory wedding petra and i'd like complexity in work and i don't think that all work could just be easily available easily understood in artists lay at an multifaceted and sometimes by mysterious but.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"I understand and to a certain extent why because he can have the eu interfering with internal domestic affairs of a member state but this is a perfect opportunity not to be in favour of against but do you could have been the perfect mediator of this crisis because india and culture just the voice of reason it was the same with brexit no but it isn't an the in the end but in it would brexit you have and member state rebelling against the use of the eu's automatically to one side with this it would be a chance to be a mediator in that sense you know let the eu was created as this beacon of democracy is this upholding their own values if they can fly their own flag who will okay what we will doubtless be following that story as it unfolds over the coming days and weeks we will move along now there are a few more fun ways or think to make a nuisance view so from the international stage them by instituting a prize that rewards good behaviour the european parliament figured this out some warburg forest doubling the sakharov prize for freedom of thought annoying russia from the outset or naming it after the dissident physicist the 2017 sakharov prize has been awarded to the opposition of venezuela mobile position in venezuela a tom edwards did do we assumed this was decided before the venezuelan opposition all fell spectacularly out with each other and divided into the people's front venezuelan venezuelan people's front and so on very possibly and i think as a depressing refrain which we familiar from the conversation we just completed which is.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"Who said print was dead certainly none of the guests who sit down with time of renee and tom edwards to dissect the best and brightest and glowing and glossiest in a magazine industry the every saturday at ten a m london time studio one at the dorje house can play host arts directors and publishers photographers unconfirmed nests as they flick through their favorite journal's shreds some of the pierre articles they could do without and dispense snippets of industry ghazi alpay peiris incredibly expensive imported from italy and we have that discussion about the paper that actually we decided the paper is too important it's just to improve the scared that is consistent it's a little bit i came to pay printed it creates the impression the we've been around for very very very long time occasionally they also off some sharp opinions on where these turbulent sect at my wedding joined todd oberle a or tom edwards rental is on the road for the staff monocled rent divorce weekly print industry review and analysis show every saturday at ten a m london untying make it part of your mustlisten lineup upon our tunes poor sound you're listening to the crater on monaco 24 arm henry sheraton i'm here with tom tom edwards next to highlight from monday's edition of the monocle daily one of the topics of discussion on that monday show henry was the future of war as a new book talking about what we might learn in the present.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"Okay well great well thank you so that wasn't too bad was it no no is going back to your quote get about al davis just went baby so i'm all about uh you know how we can continue to take and ball and when the debt great great so let our listeners know one more time how they can reach out to you again you can find me on twitter glastonbury 60 that b l e v i n greece six euro as well wachsman route sixty dot com jay well i want to thank you tamador is for being here today you've been amazing and you're really just inspiring to so many people oh thank you i really precipitated hunting for having me so much we could have been a great experience thank you her age when thank you also being here again tom edwards for being here today a fabulous five of this guy follow him get to know him i mean you really knows this stuff around technology and the new way of how you really need to be marketing in if you want to be an entrepreneur you wanna be a cease we'd executive time you and be out there a markedly business shackleton imd has some ideas and some jet suggestions for you so thank you all for being here part of our community and keep singing in your success or is there any questions that un have to ask tiny yet of route dot com and the sri to like us up iteens facebook linked in twitter you know all those could sites in sarah's with your friends while and it's been great beans are with you today always always ask yourself he could do something different to get a different result lockwood you the this is kind fight world style huggies until you need again v bulls the connected and be unstoppable together.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Joining us here in monaco to inform ubs has a one nine hundred investment analysts do from over one hundred different names in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing muslim fresher slim coups in the world of finance to do no one was small no one knows small be find out how we can help you contact us yesterday the big interview the show that brings you the fascinating life stories of some of the most influential people in the world art and culture business and politics is back and we kick off season six in conversation with mice mobutu as a kid i know that the best part of their lasagna is the crowd jabbar the rest is for adults tweet that get fat but the crunch apart is just a motion bureau emotions the legendary chef behind three michelin star steadier friends conner joins me tom edwards in an enthusiastic discussion on things good food and beauty don't be fooled ouattara is a man have big dreams i between running his world class restaurant maintaining his hefty record collection and making cameo appearances on master of non he also finds time to devote to fixing some of the world's big challenges by managing food waste and feeding the hungry so this is what a chef in two thousand seventeen is is a agent of change you know we are breaking the wars in the moment people are building walls and say no are welco can decide find joy let's celebrate together find out what other projects must mobile tour is cooking up on the big interview primary this sunday at nine am on time here on monaco 24.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Grundig has partnered with monaco you may have heard about this attack quality of life conference at which grundig was the audio partner or perhaps with a sponsorship of the sessions missouri house i live music shea begun days interests extend far beyond audio technology event one of the things that people behind the business i must passionate about is addressing a theme that you'd perhaps associate more with it so why goods kitchen division food waste oakland it had a brand management icon gazon joined tom edwards to explain more about this issue and will grundig is doing about it who join problem you crying so a little artwork in time and resources go you farming it could you be pooled in old her to be thrown away grundig in world records law for the planet and food and depicted a major chunk is vague happened to the kitchen believed northbound we kooks who can afford not to engage with you says gender who's going to fix all of our civilization and if these continues vehicles not have enough food to feed everyone in this blunder that's why you have to stop food waste by taking steps in the right direction that's what we believe i can i wanted to ask you next about mass mobutu or a he's a good friend of ours hera a monocle wig great admirers of the sued for seoul initiative and another grundig has partnered with massimo and food for seoul what prompted you to get grundig involved with that specific initiative so we hide it was proud of who will issue who all won on hope years ago if possible tool to be initiative by the long so we go in search of parkland so we must be more and he knew he meant local food and it had prompted him to join the fight against fruit ray will grant find prison on in his mental and our common goal is partnership an obvious choice.

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"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tom edwards" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"Hello and welcome to the curate's l monaco 24 with me tom edwards marquis it be over the next sixty minutes will be bringing you some of the very best interviews on reports from the post tweak of coverage from monaco 24 with ayala's from our studios here to be dory house and from around the world this week we have some erotic affiliate on both sides of the channel i think in from several is disappointed because you know that sex magazines of properly in explicit innovate puna an alight wh how the british said just now garden off holiday why caught later stena have a proper swinging cloud the blow suits organizing steaming here at midori house i wanna ask you a real serious question 'do on are you more of the colonel at the cop kinda guy i actually i am a cousin braley talking about like a little akin my do all that and much more besides ahead in the next hour here on the keurigs with mehtarlam edwards on me marcos soto tom most to do the show with you and i think it's a grace idea to start this program we've an interview on opening sequence exactly it's apposite one might say marcus to open with an opening sequences chat have you seen the knee wonderwoman film nauseous have you not yet and probably know ever nevertheless if you have seen it you might have noticed the conspicuous absence of a title sequins it's a trend has picked up popularity in recent years in stark contrast to the well maybe the original the the godfather of superhero films the original saved manfred 1978 which was iron as mullaly animator did you go for days to see now i didn't thank you very much marcos.

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