6 Burst results for "julie kane"
"julie kane" Discussed on Throughline
"That's it for this week's show. I'm running out that festa. I'm ramtane louis and you've been listening to through live from npr. This episode was produced by me. And me and lawrence lane kaplan levinson julie kane victor ebay. Aaa's greg volcano yolanda sanguine back checking for this episode. Was done by kevin vocal. Thank you to on your brenneman. Tamar charney miranda mit egos adriana toppy. a- berhad assad elina said euch samimi abedi danica. Andrew susman and greg meyer. Thanks also to coleman barks for his translations of rubies poetry in the book essential rumi published by harbor san francisco and a special thanks to all of our voice over actors. Hi i am paved yassur. And i laid the voice of monotherapy thursday. My name is dr. And i played the voice of green cy young. I'm mentally still in kabul. Nfl aniston but physically and friends with the help of miami trench france and embassy. I was able to move to embassy in the very first hours after cobble claps. I'm zadran early. And i played roomy name minus redoing widget. Dd migrated to america from honest on in nineteen eighty five. I grew up in a household failed with the love of poetry. Especially the poems of moulana rumi and we're hoping that we can go back. And shaw law. God willing to produce people like that once again. Our music was composed by teen in his band drop. Electric which includes anya. Mizutani nevi larvae. Show food you are thanks to alex. J once gusts for mixing the episode and finally have an idea or like something you heard on this show. Please virus as through line and npr dot org or hit us up on twitter as the line npr. Thanks for.
"julie kane" Discussed on Up First
"Member of the international olympic committee. Dick was also in olympia. Grandchildren like all grandparents. I swim so long ago. We didn't even have water so i was a. I was a double finalist in swimming at the games. Enrollment nineteen sixty okay. So i won't bury the lead here. Dick disagrees with many of jules boycotts arguments. He does acknowledge that. In some of the pass olympic games there have been failures but says that it isn't accurate to hold the ioc responsible because ultimately you can only do so much to regulate the actions of host cities. It's it's pretty difficult. I mean the united states is a very small organization even though it's got a an important role to play and when you're going up against governments and institutional corruption. There's not much. You can do what we try to do. Is learn from every experience. According to dick one of the ways they've learned from past lessons is to include requirements in the host city contract to make sure that labor practices are good quality. Control exists in. The corruption is is minimized. But you know we don't have an army dr disposal. We depend on the good faith of the host country to to put that into execution knowing that they're the ones in in the end the has to live with consequences if they get it wrong but what about the question of whether the cities and should be equally responsible for the outcome i had to ask. Cities are ultimately responsible for budget overtures. And any kind of losses that the games might bring economically. Is that true. And if so is that fair. I ac- to not have to share in that. Yeah i mean. I think that's entirely normal. The the countries have sought host the games and having examined the candidacy. We decided to yes. We think they can but they have to execute We don't we're not in the construction business or the urban planning business and and you you rely on a responsible. Host city host country government to ensure that anything in the nature of infrastructure Is properly done whether you choose to believe gills or dick's argument. One thing is clear hosting the olympics can be a risky proposition for cities. So that begs the question. Why do cities still bet on hosting the games only reason that cities still bid on the olympic games is that it's because the lead in those cities bid on the olympics. We have an audience reaching to five or more people around the world at all of whom are united for a period of approximately two and a half weeks in watching the games and watching the finest athletes. The world from two hundred six national olympic committees compete in these peaceful sort of idyllic conditions. And so there's a huge social impact there. The other reason is because it's become a real gem you. I sports washing and by that i mean when you have unsavory dictators or authoritarians using sporting events to try to look impressive important on the world stage in ways that allow them to kind of shuffled under the rug. A lot of misdeeds that are happening a good example of sports washing is the upcoming beijing olympics. In twenty twenty two or you'll see leaders from china and other leaders from around the world who are sort of more authoritarian bent using the games to stand on the pedestal. And look important. The olympic games will for most people always represent the best in what sports can be and in many ways they are doesn't love the drama of seeing underdog nation in a competition who doesn't love seeing lifelong dream fulfilled or learning about a new country. But should we ask ourselves at what cost to we get to sit back and enjoy the competition. Olympic spectacle is a powerful drug. And i think a lot of us know that from personal experience. And i think it's become increasingly difficult to square an appreciation of athletes with the ugly underbelly of politics and economics. That make the olympic happen. That's jus boycott author of no nodes and my former professor at saint. Mary's college of maryland. That's it this week. Show i'm ranting at louis that fateh my partner crime is out this week on a much needed and deserved vacation. Rest of the team includes lawrence. Woo lane kaplan levinson. Julie kane victor uganda's greg valdez know yolanda sanguine. This episode was edited by deb.
"julie kane" Discussed on Post Reports
"In this episode of you heard former ambassador decimal williams and professor wendy grenade of the university of the west indies. That recording of angela davis. You heard came from damani baker and his documentary film the house on cocoa road. This story was produced in partnership with through line from npr subscribed to through line on your podcast app or go to post reports dot com. Where we've got links to a few of my favorite through line episodes. Thank you to the people who worked with me on the story. Lane kaplan levinson julie kane rum teen bluey and run up the Fact checking by kevin vocal mastering by andy huber music was composed by teen and has banned drop electric. Thank you also to deb. George jimmy york diarrhea adriana rodriguez to charney and alana sherline trio house. That's it for today's episode of post reports. Thanks for listening. Our executive producer is maggie. Penman are senior. Producer is rena flora's or editors alexis de our and who also composed our theme music. Our producers are lena muhammad and jordan marie smith aerial plotnik. Rennie's pronoski are associate producers savvy robinson and amitav. Our assistant producers are in. Intern is cory suzuki. The post new director of audio is renita jabotinsky. This is her first week at the post and we are so delighted to welcome her as our new boss. I'm martine powers. We'll be back on monday with more stories from.
"julie kane" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"From npr. And i'm sukey lewis and this is on our watch. The show is produced by me. Sandy dirks adalina lancia. Knees cynthia to beeson and the spiraling voting. Non is our data reporter fact checking by barbara van workum editing by leila and our senior supervising producer nicole beam. Stir for with help from alex. Emslie josh newell and chris hoff engineered the show original music by ron teen auto bluey who also composed our theme and cameron fraser. The records highlighted in this podcast were obtained as part of the california reporting project a collaborative effort of forty newsrooms created after the passage of senate. Bill fourteen twenty one to investigate police misconduct and serious usa force so many people helped us shape. This show over the past two years niger. Eaten and julie kane helped bring the show to. Npr's story lab jerry. Holmes chenjerai who. Monique et nancy. Lopez kelly mcevers mark rich and joe shapiro. All gave us their time their ears. Special thanks to thomas peel and they deemed sa- by who helped report the first story. We did on this case for capital public radio in the san jose mercury news. Liana sim strum and emily. Hamilton are project managers. Mica rattener and rebecca hopkins are two of our many lawyers and we could not have made this show without buying from the top. Thank you to. Npr's nancy barnes. Neil caruth on your brenneman bob. Little steve nelson and dis eric. Aguilar holly kernan ethan. Lindsey and vinnie. Tong.
"julie kane" Discussed on Up First
"I know he can't come home and i grieve. It privately. miss him chairmen's asli. He cut off my light every night. Baby boy i'm sukey lewis and this is on our watch wrong. Thank you to all the sources who took the time to sit with us to go through documents and records to share their stories. Thank you to all the people who have listened and thank you to the amazing team of people who made this show. The show was produced by me. Sunday dirks adalina lanc- unease. Cynthia bet to pisa nina. Spiraling and janie west. Austin fast and dan brekke helped with reporting halting non is our data reporter. Barbara van. Workum will chase sarah night. Did research editing by leila day and our senior supervising producer. Nicole beams bore with help from alex. Emslie the records highlighted in this podcast were obtained as part of the california reporting project a collaborative effort of forty newsrooms created after the passage of senate bill. Fourteen twenty one to investigate police misconduct and serious use of force special. Thanks to mark. Rich and joe shapiro julie kane nigeria eaten. Thank you for helping us get this. Podcast started liana sims trim. Emily hamilton. Our are project managers. Josh newell engineered the show original music by rahm teen are bluey who also composed our theme and cameron fraser. Thank you to our legal team. Including mike rattener and rebecca hopkins special. Thanks to thomas burke and sarah burns for filing the lawsuit that finally made bart release these tapes to us and we could not have made this show without by from the top. Thank you to. Npr's nancy barnes meal caruth on your grandma. Bob little steve nelson and kqed.org. Eric holly kernan. Ethan lindsey and benetton. Thanks for listening on our watch from npr news and kqed.org. I'm steve inskeep this up. I and we're back tomorrow with all the news you need to know. There's no denying that there is a lot going on in the economy right now so far in two thousand twenty one about three thousand. Six hundred retail stores have closed. China has banned bitcoin many times before. But this time it's looking pretty serious understanding this stuff. it is kind of our thing here at the indicator. It's how to spend our free time every day. We explain something that is going on in the economy. Listen and follow the indicator from planet. Money on npr..
"julie kane" Discussed on Up First
"From npr and kick you we d. I'm sukey lewis. And this is on our watch. The show is produced by me. At dirks atelier. Lancy knees. Cynthia tuba and the marling quoting non is our data reporter fact checking by barbara van workum editing by leila day and our senior supervising producer nicole beam. Stir board with help from emslie. Josh newell and chris hoff engineered the show original music firearm teen bluey who also composed our theme and cameron fraser. The records highlighted in this podcast. Where obtained as part of california project a collaborative effort of forty newsrooms created after the passage of senate bill. Fourteen twenty one to investigate police misconduct and serious use of force so many people helped us shape. This show over the past two years niger. Eaten and julie kane helped bring the show to npr story lab. Jerry holmes chenjerai human nica. Nancy lopez kelly mcevers mark rich josiah. Piero all gave us their time their years special thanks to thomas peel and they deemed so by who helped report the first story we did on this case for capital public radio and the san jose mercury news leeann assem stream. Emily hamilton are project managers. Michael ratner rebecca hopkins are two of our many lawyers and we could not have made this show without buying from the top thank you. Npr's nancy barnes. Neil caruth on your brenneman bob. Little steve nelson and kick eric. Are holly kernan ethan. Lindsey and vinnie tong. We'll be back next week. Thanks for listening. That was on our watch from npr. You can hear more of the show with the npr one app or just find it. Wherever you get your podcasts up. i will be back tomorrow. Thanks for listening on. Npr's rough translation. There's just fewer people that know somebody that's in the military after twenty years of war are civilians and military farther apart than ever. They were asking me. Do you want to hear this. Do you want no us listened to homefront the new season of rough translation. This message comes from. Npr sponsor capital one offering checking and savings accounts with no fees or minimums and a banking app to check balances deposit checks and transfer money. That's banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one. Na member fdic..