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Best podcasts about Carvajal

Latest podcast episodes about Carvajal

A New History of Old Texas
The Kingdom of Zapata

A New History of Old Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 24:44


Antonio Zapata - the "mulato" son of a domestic servant and a cowboy - establishes himself as the kingmaker over Northeastern Mexico. And led by San Antonian José María Carvajal, the Rio Grande Federalists call on some old allies in the fight against Centralism - the Texians.

Radio HM
3 gennaio

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 12:00


Oggi Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci fa penetrare nella profezia di Simeone e nel fatto che la Vergine Maria ci insegna a corredimere.

Radio HM
1º gennaio - Solennità di Maria SS. Madre di Dio

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 11:28


Madre di Dio e Madre nostra Oggi Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci aiuta a meditare sul dogma della maternità divina, su quanto la Madonna ci aiuta e su come la devozione a Lei ci conduce a Cristo.

Radio HM
31 dicembre

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 9:53


Recuperare il tempo perduto Oggi, ultimo giorno dell'anno, è un giorno propizio per fare un bilancio dell'anno trascorso. Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci fa riflettere sul tempo perduto e sull'importanza di chiedere perdono, di ringraziare Dio e di fare propositi per l'anno che comincia.

Hagamos un trueque
Episodio 287. Una cata de experiencia llena de color, madurez y ensamble de la vida aduanera “Consejos de vida y profesionales para 2022“

Hagamos un trueque

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 80:58


Agradecemos un año más, por lo que este 15 de diciembre te invitamos a nuestro Brindis Navideño con toda la familia de Hagamos un Trueque en donde el Dr. Máximo Carvajal nos da "Una cata de experiencia llena de color, madurez, sabor y ensamble de la vida aduanera “Consejos de vida y profesionales para 2022"". ¡Imperdible!Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales: En Instagram @tlcmagazinemexico, en Facebook@TLCMagazineMexico, déjanos un comentario o mensaje si hay algún tema de tu interés para platicarlo en compañía de un experto y así poder despejar todas tus dudas.

Radio HM
30 dicembre

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 11:27


Non abbiate paura Spesso nei Vangeli siamo esortati a non temere. Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci fa notare che Gesù è la nostra costante sicurezza di fronte alle difficoltà e alle tentazioni.

Radio HM
29 dicembre

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 10:52


Costruire un mondo più giusto Gesù è venuto, anzitutto, per darci la vita eterna, tuttavia nessun cristiano deve rinunciare a fare il possibile per risolvere i problemi sociali che affliggono l'umanità. Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal sottolinea quindi oggi qualche conseguenza dell'impegno personale dei cristiani.

Radio Touch TV
Hablemos de Basquet, con Thiare García y Rodrigo Carvajal

Radio Touch TV

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 54:48


Hablemos de Basquet, con Thiare García y Rodrigo Carvajal

Radio HM
20 dicembre

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 11:25


La vocazione di Maria. La nostra vocazione Oggi Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci mostra che la Vergine Maria fu scelta fin dall'eternità e che anche noi abbiamo ricevuto una vocazione a cui dobbiamo corrispondere.

El Enfoque
El Enfoque Deportes 15.12.2021

El Enfoque

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 27:52


El coronavirus sigue afectando al Real Madrid, en este caso al equipo de fútbol. En las últimas horas, Luka Modric y Marcelo han dado positivo. Estos contagios se suman a los de Pablo Laso y Thomas Heurtel en baloncesto. En lo deportivos, Benzema, Kroos, Alaba y Carvajal han entrenado al margen de sus compañeros mientras que Ceballos ha terminado parte de la rutina del equipo. Modric y Marcelo, positivos por covid-19 En el Atlético de Madrid, la enfermería se está llenando. Simeone no cuenta con Giménez, Savic, Vrsaljko, Saponjic y Griezmann. Koke y Oblak no han entrenado con el equipo y siguen indispuestos. TMDAUD20211215_0022 Por otro lado, hablamos de la retirada del Kun Agüero con Toni Muñoz, el director deportivo que lo fichó para el Atlético de Madrid en 2006, cuando el argentino tenía 16 años. Reconoce que le estuvieron siguiendo un año y que resulto ser "barato pese al potencial que ha demostrado tener". Sobre su retirada, Muñoz ha dicho que se alegra por su carrera futbolística. "Era un chaval con gran potencial y así lo ha demostrado. Espero y deseo que en esta nueva etapa, forzosa y que ha cambiado su vida, pueda disfrutar". Acerca de su marcha del club colchonero, el exdirector deportivo ha asegurado que su salida "no gustó mucho a los seguidores del Atleti ,pero en el terreno lo entregó todo y demostró ser un gran jugador". Escuchamos a Quique Sánchez Flores en la previa del partido de Copa del Rey ante el Atlético Baleares. Además, conectamos con los encuentros coperos en juego de los equipos madrileños, Bergantiños-Rayo Vallecano y Cultural Leonesa-Leganés, y analizamos la previa del Sporting de Gijón-Alcorcón con Álvaro Pino.

Iglesia Cafe
Profeta Carlos Carvajal

Iglesia Cafe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 45:37


#iglesiacafeallentown,​​​​​​ #cafecondiosallentown,​​​​​​ #2sonmejorque1allentown​​​​​​ Domingo 12 Diciembre 2021 Predica: Profeta Carlos Carbajal Iglesia Cafe Allentown (Comunidad de Amor, Familia y Esperanza) Pastores Mingo y Maria Melendez --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iglesiacafeallentown/support

Your Brain on Facts
Amazing Races (do-over, ep. 171)

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 33:52


Quick, switch over to Vodacast to see the pictures I talk about in the episode! From using a train in a car race to marathon doping with deadly poison, there's far more excitement in racing than simply declaring a winner. YBOF Book; Audiobook (basically everywhere but Audible); Merch! Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs  .Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter,  or Instagram. Support the show Music by Kevin MacLeod, Steve Oxen, David Fesliyan.   Links to all the research resources are on our website.     Born in New York in 1901, Frank Hayes dreamed of being a race horse jockey.  Though he was short in stature, he was too heavy for the job, so he found himself working as a groom and stablehand instead.  Sadly, Hayes wouldn't live to see himself ride a horse to victory, but he *would win a race.  My name's...   LeMans, Grand Prix, Bathurst, the Indy 500, car races are big business around the world, but there was a time when people believed these new horseless carriages were a novelty item, too flimsy for such an activity.  In 1908, a race was organized to prove otherwise, in which six teams of drivers tried to be the first to get from New York to Paris.  Considering the state of the automobile technology and the lack of road infrastructure at the time, that was no mean feat.  Only three of the six competitors would even complete the course.  The race was a 169-day ordeal, still the longest motorsport event ever held. The starting line was set up in Times Square, on a gray morning, the 12th of February.  The six driving teams competed under four flags, Germany, France, Italy and the United States. The French set off with the highest number of cars, as three distinct automobile manufacturers participated.  The event brought almost 250,000 people on the streets of New York City to witness the start of the contest, considerably more crowd than the very first ball drop in New York at the New Year's Eve celebration, welcoming 1908.  The starter's gun fired at 11:15 AM, 15 minutes late.  Mayor George McClellan was supposed to fire the pistol, but he wasn't there on time and apparently, an impatient bystander did the job and the racers took off.  This was the first of many unexpected challenges.The planned route would take the racers across the United States, north through Canada into Alaska, over the frozen Bering Strait to Siberia, across Russia to Europe and finally to Paris.  The decision to have the race rolling in the midst of winter-time added to the challenges of the racers.  Drivers needed to stop often to repair their cars. They even used locomotive lines when it was impossible to find the road.  Not the rails, though.  The American car straddled the rails, bumping along on the ties for hundreds of miles.  The Italian team complained that this was cheating.  The car that would win had a 4 cylinder, 60 hp engine and a top speed of 60 mph.  Cars of the day offered little in rider comfort or amenities, like a roof.  They drove around the world, fifteen hours a day, in winter, in open-top cars without windshields.  Antifreeze hadn't been invented yet, so the radiators had to be drained each night.    While most teams were made of a driver and a mechanic, some teams included journalists, and even a poet, instead.  The first car, a French Sizaire-Naudin, dropped out after only 96 miles, with a broken differential they could not repair.  Another French team lost a man after they became stuck in the snow and the teammates began to fight.  They were about to duel with pistols, when the mechanic fired his assistant, an Artic travel expert he would be sorely lacking later on.  Not even in Iowa yet, the Italian car had mechanical troubles and the driver tried to cheat by loading the car onto a freight train.  He abandoned the plan when a photographer caught him in the act.  The car's owner then sent him a telegram, received a cable from the owners of his car: “Quit race, sell car and come home.”  The American team, driving a Thomas Flyer, took the lead when crossing the United States. The team managed to arrive in San Francisco in 41 days, 8 hours, and 15 minutes, 9,000 miles ahead of the car in second place.  This was actually the very first crossing of the US by an automobile in winter.  The route then took the drivers to Valdez, Alaska, by ship.  The American driver, George Schuster wasted no time investigating the Valdez-Fairbanks Trail in a single-horse sleigh, and concluded that the only way to cross Alaska in a car would be to dismantle it and ship the parts by dogsled.  The Parisian race committee abandoned the idea of Alaska and the Bering Strait and ordered the Americans to return to Seattle. The new plan was for the cars to sail to Vladivostok and drive to Paris from there.  While the Americans were still at sailing back to Seattle, their competitors arrived there and set sail for Russia. Then the Americans lost time getting their Russian visas in order.  The Flyer had been the first to arrive on the Pacific coast but was now the last to leave, a weeks behind the competition.  The race committee also decided that  the American team was given an allowance of 15 days, meaning the remaining teams could beat them to Paris by two weeks and still lose, *and penalized the team that tried to use a train.    The driving resumed from Vladivostok, but by this point, there were only three competitors left: The German Protos, the Italian Züst, and the Flyer from America.  Not an American Flyer; a little red wagon wouldn't fair well in these conditions.  What do all these cars look like anyway?  I'm glad you asked!  I put pictures in the Vodacast app, partner for this episode.  Vodacast is a brand new podcast player that makes it easy to see all the bonus content the creator wants to show you all in one place.  It even syncs to the audio, so you can see what I'm talking about right then and there!  It's still early-days, but it's going to be a real boon for both listeners and creators.   So the drivers, who you can see on Vodacast, agreed to start again evenly matched.  They had extreme difficulty finding petrol in Siberia, leading the French driver to try to bribe the other teams to let him ride on one of their cars, so he could still at least be *on a winning car.  This prompted his sponsor to pull him from the race.  The two two teams faced another set of major challenges as passing through the tundra realms of Siberia and Manchuria.  The spring thaw turned the Asian plains into a seemingly endless swamp.  Progress measured in *feet per hour, rather than miles.  The driver had to push their cars as much as drive them and even resorted to hitch up teams of horses to pull them along.  They also got lost, a lot.  The racers couldn't ask locals for directions as no one spoke Russian and a wrong turn could cost you 15 hours.  Once they neared Europe, roads improved and the race sped up. The Germans arrived in Paris on July 26, while the Americans were still in Berlin, but the 15 day allowance for the Americans and the 15 day penalty for the Germans meant that the Flyer had a month to drive to the next country.  The American team arrived in Paris on July 30th, 1908, to win the race, having covered approx 16,700 km/10377.  Even though the victor had been declared, the Italians trove on and made it to Paris in September 1908. The victory meant huge recognition for Shuster, who in 2010 was also inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame.  If you're ever in Reno, NV, you can see the Flyer in the National Automobile Museum.   ADS - Podcorn and Healthy Postnatal   America's first Olympics, held in 1904 in St. Louis as part of that year's World's Fair, stand unchallenged for the title of most bizarre.  The Olympics' signal event, the marathon, was conceived to honor the classical heritage of Greece and underscore the connection between the ancient and modern.  The outcome was so scandalous that the event was nearly abolished for good.  A few of the runners were recognized marathoners, rest could be described as “assorted.”  There was a man who did all his training at night because he had a day job as a bricklayer, ten Greeks who had never run a marathon, two men of the Tsuana tribe of South Africa who were in St. Louis as part of the South African World's Fair exhibit and who arrived at the starting line barefoot, and a Cuban mailman named Félix Carbajal, attired in a white, long-sleeved shirt, long, dark pants, a beret and a pair of street shoes, who raised money to come to the States by demonstrating his running prowess by running the length of the island.  Upon his arrival in New Orleans, he lost all his money on a dice game and had to walk and hitchhike to St. Louis.   The race was run on August 30, starting at 3:03 p.m.  If you know anything about daytime temperatures, that's what we call hot time.  Heat and humidity soared into the 90s.  The 24.85-mile course involved roads inches deep in dust, seven hills, varying from 100-to-300 feet high, some with brutally long ascents, cracked stone strewn across the roadway, the roadway that was still open to traffic, trains, trolley cars and people walking their dogs.  There were only *two places where athletes could secure fresh water, from a water tower at six miles and a roadside well at 12 miles.  Cars carrying coaches and physicians drove alongside the runners, kicking the dust up and launching coughing spells.   William Garcia of California nearly became the first fatality of an Olympic marathon we he collapsed on the side of the road and was hospitalized with hemorrhaging; the dust had coated his esophagus and ripped his stomach lining.  Len Tau, one of the South African participants, was chased a mile off course by wild dogs.  Félix Carvajal trotted along in his cumbersome shoes and billowing shirt, making good time even though he paused to chat with spectators in broken English.  A bit further along the course, he stopped at an orchard and snacked on some apples, which turned out to be rotten. Suffering from stomach cramps, he lay down and took a nap.  At the nine-mile mark cramps plagued Fred Lorz, who decided to hitch a ride in one of the accompanying automobiles, waving at spectators and fellow runners as he passed.   Thomas Hicks, the bricklayer, one of the early American favorites, begged his two-man support crew for a drink at the 10-mile mark. They refused, instead sponging out his mouth with warm distilled water.  (Purposeful dehydration was considered a positive 115 years ago.)  Seven miles from the finish, his handlers fed him a concoction of strychnine and egg whites—the first recorded instance of drug use in the modern Olympics.  Strychnine, in small doses, was commonly used a stimulant.  Hicks' team also carried a flask of French brandy but decided to withhold it until they could gauge his condition.   Meanwhile, Lorz, recovered from his cramps, emerged from his 11-mile ride in the automobile. One of Hicks' handlers saw him and ordered him off the course, but Lorz kept running and finished with a time of just under three hours. The crowd roared and began chanting, “An American won!”  Alice Roosevelt, the 20-year-old daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt, placed a wreath upon Lorz's head and was just about to lower the gold medal around his neck when, one witness reported, “someone called an indignant halt to the proceedings with the charge that Lorz was an impostor.” The cheers turned to boos. Lorz smiled and claimed that he had never intended to accept the honor; he finished only for the sake of a “joke.”  You know, it was just a prank, bro.   Hicks, pumping with strychnine, had grown ashen and limp.  When he heard that Lorz had been disqualified he perked up and forced his legs to keep going.  His trainers gave him another dose of strychnine and egg whites, this time with some brandy to wash it down. They fetched warm water and soaked his body and head.  He began hallucinating, believing that the finish line was still 20 miles away.  In the last mile he begged for something to eat, then he begged to lie down. He was given more brandy and two more egg whites. Swinging into the stadium, he tried to run but was reduced to a graceless shuffle. His trainers carried him over the line, holding him aloft while his feet moved back and forth, and he was declared the winner.   It took four doctors and one hour for Hicks to feel well enough just to leave the grounds. He had lost eight pounds during the course of the race, and declared, “Never in my life have I run such a touch course. The terrific hills simply tear a man to pieces.” Hicks and Lorz would meet again at the Boston Marathon the following year, which Lorz won fair and square.  Bonus fact: The 1904 Olympics also saw gymnast George Eyser earned six medals, including three gold, despite his wooden leg.   MIDROLL  Patreon, names and increase Review and CTA While it's usually easy for humans on a race course to navigate, how then do homing pigeons figure out where they are?  A researcher at the US Geological Survey, Jonathan Hagstrum, has come up with a novel suggestion. It involves, of all things, pigeon races.  In Europe, and to a lesser extent in the US, pigeon racing has become a passionately-followed sport for which birds are carefully bred and trained.  Birds from many lofts are taken to a common distant location, released together, and their return speeds timed.  90% of the birds usually return within a few days, and eventually almost all do.   On Sunday, June 29, 1997, a great race was held to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Pigeon Racing Association.  More than 60,000 homing pigeons were released at 6:30 AM from a field in Nantes in southern France, flying to lofts all over southern England, 400-500mi/640-800km away.  By 11:00 AM, the majority of the racing birds had made it out of France and were over the English Channel.  The fastest birds should have arrived at their lofts by early afternoon. But they didn't.   A few thousand of the birds straggled in over the next few days.  Most were never seen again. The loss of so many birds was a disaster of previously unheard proportions in the pigeon racing world.  One bird could get lost, maybe a hundred, but tens of thousands?   A theory would later emerge.  At the very same time the racing pigeons were crossing the Channel, 11:00 AM, the Concorde supersonic airliner was flying along the Channel on its morning flight from Paris to New York.  In flight, the Concorde generated a shock wave that pounded down toward the earth, a carpet of sound almost a hundred miles wide. The racing pigeons flying below the Concorde could not have escaped the intense wave of sound. The birds that did eventually arrive at their lofts were actually lucky to be more tortoise than hare.  They were still south of the Channel when the SST passed over, ahead of them.  Perhaps racing pigeons locate where they are using atmospheric infrasounds that the Concorde obliterated.  Low frequency sounds can travel thousands of miles from their sources. That's why you can hear distant thunder.  Pigeons can hear these infrasounds very well as they use them for navigation.   What sort of infrasounds do pigeons use for guidance?  All over the world, there is one infrasound, the very low frequency acoustic shock waves generated by ocean waves banging against one another!  Like an acoustic beacon, a constant stream of these tiny seismic waves would always say where the ocean is.  This same infrasound mapping sense may play an important part in the long distance navigation of other creatures. It could explain how Monarch butterflies in the US are able to find one small locality in Mexico, or how Brazilian sea turtles are able to find their way to their homes on tiny Ascension Island a thousand miles out in the Atlantic.  Even more valuable to a racing pigeon looking for home, infrasounds reflect from cliffs, mountains, and other steep-sided features of the earth's surface. Ocean wave infrasounds reflecting off of local terrain could provide a pigeon with a detailed sound picture of its surroundings, near and far.  The enormous wave of infrasound generated by the Concorde's sonic boom would have blotted out all of the normal oceanic infrasound information. Any bird flying in its path would lose its orientation.  The incident is referred to as the Great Pigeon Race Disaster.  The Concorde stopped flying six years later, for reason unrelated to the pigeons. Not every race goes to the swiftest, one was meant to go to the friskiest.  Charles Vance Millar practiced law in Ontario for 45 years until his death in 1926.  He was also a shrewd investor, which meant there was a nice fat bank account before his fatal heart attack.  A lifelong bachelor with no close relatives, Millar wrote up a will that was as mischievous as he had been. For example, Millar would amuse himself by dropping dollar bills on the sidewalk and then watching the expressions of the people who bent to furtively pocket the cash.  In death, Millar outdid himself in roguishness. He wrote “This Will is necessarily uncommon and capricious because I have no dependents or near relations and no duty rests upon me to leave any property at my death and what I do leave is proof of my folly in gathering and retaining more than I required in my lifetime.”  He left the shared tenancy of a Jamaican vacation spot to three men who could not stand the sight of each other.  He tested the resolve of teetotallers by leaving them shares in companies involved in the alcohol business.  The Ontario Jockey Club is an august body whose membership is drawn from society's upper crust, so Millar left shares in the club to an unsavoury character who existing members would find repellent and to two opponents of racetrack gambling.   He parcelled out much of his estate to test his theory that every person had a price; the only mystery being at what level would greed trump principle.  But, it was Clause 9 of the will that caused the most fuss; it was the legacy that triggered a race to conceive.  Simply put, he directed the residue of his estate be given to the Toronto mother who gave birth to the most children in the ten years immediately following his death.  The money involved wasn't chump change. By the time the race came to an end, the total prize was worth $750,000; that would be a bit more than $12 million today.  What came to be called the Stork Derby was on, especially at the three year mark, when the Stock Market Crash of 1929 ushered in the Great Depression.  You might have heard of it. With so many people experiencing unemployment and poverty, the pot of gold offered by Charles Millar was enticing, even if the attempt meant creating a *lot for mouths to feed.   Newspapers followed the fortunes and fecundity of the contestants closely.  It was a welcome distraction from grim reality.  Five women leading the pack, mostly lower income and already with a slew of children, became household names.  Those five of most fruitful loins had delivered 56 kids between them, 32 of which had born by 1933.  From Time Magazine from Christmas Eve 1934: “Last week in Toronto each of the two leading contenders for the prize money bore a child. Mrs. Frances Lillian Kenny, 31, gave birth to a girl, her eleventh child since the race began. Mrs. Grace Bagnato, 41, gave birth to a boy, her ninth ...”  While citizens followed the race keenly, the Ontario provincial government was not amused. It called the maternal marathon “the most revolting and disgusting exhibition ever put on in a civilized country.”   VODACAST   Midnight on Halloween 1936 was the deadline for baby-birthing.  On October 19, The Daily Journal-World of Lawrence, Kansas carried a story that started, “A hesitant stork circled uncertainly today over 1097 West Dundas Street with what looked like a $750,000 baby in his well-worn bill.”  However, the productive resident of that address Grace Bagnato was soon disqualified from the derby; her husband turned out to be an illegal Italian immigrant and that didn't sit well with the authorities. Everything old is new again, eh?  Lillian Kenny, who had ten births to her credit, was also tossed out of the event because she had the misfortune to deliver two stillbirths and that was declared not to count.  Pauline Clarke also gave birth ten times during the competition period but several of her babies were conceived out of wedlock; an activity deeply frowned upon at the time, so they were out.   As the final whistle blew, four women were tied at nine babies each.  Annie Smith, Alice Timleck, Kathleen Nagle, and Isobel MacLean each received $125,000,or about $2mil today.  Lillian Kenny and Pauline Clarke were handed consolation prizes of $12,500 apiece, or $20K.  Mrs. Bagnato, got nothing.   When Millar's law partner found the will he thought it was a joke rather than a legal document. Others thought its purpose was to tie the legal system into knots.  According to The Canadian Encyclopedia, “The question of whether Millar intended his will to take effect or merely to amuse his lawyer friends remains in doubt.”  The Ontario government, which had earlier huffed and puffed about the unseemly nature of the Stork Derby, tried several times to have Charles Millar's will declared null and void. The premier, Mitchell Hepburn, had said it was “the duty of the government to stop this fiasco.”   A few of Millar's *distant relatives popped up to challenge the will; hoping to score the jackpot. But, the will, and its Stork Derby clause, held up and, eventually, the Supreme Court of Canada said it was valid.   It's pleasing to report that the winners handled their legacies sensibly and were able to buy homes and provide an education for their children. The winners, that is.  Nobody knows how many women started the Stork Derby and then dropped out. However, by the end, at least two dozen mothers had produced at least eight babies. This placed an enormous burden on the families who were suffering through the Great Depression with 25% of Toronto families receiving government support in 1935.   The prize money was a direct result of Millar's capricious nature.  He once missed the ferry between Windsor, Canada and Detroit.  This angered him so he bought the property that would eventually be used to construct the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, which put the ferries out of business.  It was money from this investment that largely funded the Stork Derby.   And that's….When Frank Hayes was given the chance to fill in for another jockey, he had to lose a lot of weight fast, like 10 lbs/4kilos in 24 hours, which he probably did by not eating or drinking and possibly sweating or purging.  Doctors then and now think that's why he died suddenly of a heart attack in the second half of the race.  He didn't fall out of the saddle though, even after his horse crossed the finish line first.  He was declared the victor, and remains the only jockey to have ever won while dead.  The horse, Sweet Kiss, was immediately retired, because no one wanted to ride a horse nicknamed Sweet Kiss of Death.  Remember...Thanks    Some races go off the rails, but there are plenty that were made to be weird.  Every year, young women line the streets of Moscow to run for a higher purpose – shopping.  Glamour magazine hosts an annual stiletto race. Young women strap on their tallest heels (3.5”/9cm minimum), and run a 164ft/50 meter course in hopes of winning a $3,000 gift card. Most of the women taped their shoes to their feet, but that did not stop all the trips, slips, and falls.  Thanks for spending part of your day with me.   Sources: https://www.thevintagenews.com/2017/01/01/the-historic-new-york-to-paris-race-in-1908/ https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-1904-olympic-marathon-may-have-been-the-strangest-ever-14910747/ http://biologywriter.com/on-science/articles/pigeons/ https://owlcation.com/humanities/The-Toronto-Stork-Derby https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/paris-or-bust-the-great-new-york-to-paris-auto-race-of-1908-116784616/  

Managing Madrid: for Real Madrid fans
A wild Sunday: Jovic, Modric, Carvajal qualify for World Cup. PLUS: Vinny + Mbappe + Benzema connection, Hazard's role, and more.

Managing Madrid: for Real Madrid fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 76:50


This episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast is brought to you by Hotel Riu Plaza New York Times Square, which is where you should be booking your stay when you come see us for the Managing Madrid Podcast LIVE in New York City in December. Tickets to the New York podcast are here. On this episode, Kiyan Sobhani, Jose Perez, and Mehedi Hassan discuss: Spain vs Sweden Alvaro Morata's goal, Sweden's counter, Zlatan's act of aggressive, Gavi's prformance No Brahim Diaz cameos Serbia's late game-winner over Portugal Luka Modric vs Russia His reported contract renewal How to get the best out of Eden Hazard His role with Belgium Gareth Bale as a striker Will Vinicius Jr and Kylian Mbappe coexist on the field? Vinicius vs Colombia Karim Benzema's role with the French National Team His synergy with Kylian Mbappe And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Get more bonus content over on Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid. Book your tickets to these cities on the Managing Madrid Podcast world tour: Dallas, November New York, December Miami, January London, February Washington DC, March Chicago, April Mumbai, May Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tiempo de Juego
Rueda de prensa de Luis Enrique y Carvajal en la previa del Grecia-España

Tiempo de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 44:56


Cero Humilde Opinión
Ep36 Entrevista a Renée Carvajal

Cero Humilde Opinión

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 56:44


En este episodio entrevistamos a Renée de escape de letras, difusora y promotora de lectura en Instagram.

El Larguero
El Larguero completo | Entrevista a Dani Carvajal: "Luis Enrique lo está haciendo muy bien y merece seguir" | Audio | Cadena SER

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 105:49


Dani Carvajal estuvo junto a Manu Carreño en 'El Larguero' en la semana en la que la selección española se enfrentará a Grecia y Suecia, dos finales para estar en el Mundial de 2022. Además, el Doctor David Antolín analiza la diplopía de Marc Márquez.

El Larguero
El Larguero a las 23.30 | Charla con Dani Carvajal, tras su vuelta a una convocatoria de la selección española | Audio | Cadena SER

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 30:43


Dani Carvajal ha estado con Manu Carreño en 'El Larguero' en la semana de los importantísimos partidos que jugará la selección española contra Grecia y Suecia, clasificatorios para el Mundial de 2022. Además, el doctor David Antolín analiza la lesión de Marc Márquez, que sufre diplopía

El Larguero
Carvajal, en 'El Larguero': "No creo que Luis Enrique se fije en la camiseta para que un jugador esté aquí"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 16:20


El lateral derecho del Real Madrid y de la selección española, en 'El Larguero'

El Partidazo de COPE
Carvajal, en COPE: "Los jugadores del Barça están felices por la vuelta de Xavi; es un estandarte importante"

El Partidazo de COPE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 13:41


New Books in Medicine
Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, "The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2021)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 73:20


Edited by Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America (University of Pittsburgh Press 2021) tell the stories of health practitioners that thrived in a gray space between legality and criminality, the trajectories they followed, and the interstitial spaces they inhabited between official and unofficial medicines. Spanning from the seventeenth century up to the twentieth century, this book wonderfully brings together the little-known stories and biographies of African, Chinese, and indigenous healers, midwives, homeopaths, amongst others. In the end, The Gray Zones of Medicine question traditional narratives in the history of medicine that center around the professional doctor, as well as concepts and dichotomies that have narrowly defined different healing cultures (e.g. Western vs. non-Western medicine, popular vs. learned medicine, European vs. indigenous or African medical systems). By doing so, the contributors of this volume propose a new narrative in which healers are at the center of the social and cultural histories of the region bridging the divide between the early modern and modern periods, one in which the seeming social and cultural dominance of official medicine, and later biomedicine, was never preordained nor complete, ultimately, a world in which these health practitioners were and are incredibly resilient in the midst of change. Lisette Varón-Carvajal is a PhD Candidate at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. You can tweet her and suggest books at @LisetteVaron. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, "The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2021)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 73:20


Edited by Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America (University of Pittsburgh Press 2021) tell the stories of health practitioners that thrived in a gray space between legality and criminality, the trajectories they followed, and the interstitial spaces they inhabited between official and unofficial medicines. Spanning from the seventeenth century up to the twentieth century, this book wonderfully brings together the little-known stories and biographies of African, Chinese, and indigenous healers, midwives, homeopaths, amongst others. In the end, The Gray Zones of Medicine question traditional narratives in the history of medicine that center around the professional doctor, as well as concepts and dichotomies that have narrowly defined different healing cultures (e.g. Western vs. non-Western medicine, popular vs. learned medicine, European vs. indigenous or African medical systems). By doing so, the contributors of this volume propose a new narrative in which healers are at the center of the social and cultural histories of the region bridging the divide between the early modern and modern periods, one in which the seeming social and cultural dominance of official medicine, and later biomedicine, was never preordained nor complete, ultimately, a world in which these health practitioners were and are incredibly resilient in the midst of change. Lisette Varón-Carvajal is a PhD Candidate at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. You can tweet her and suggest books at @LisetteVaron. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

New Books Network
Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, "The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 73:20


Edited by Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America (University of Pittsburgh Press 2021) tell the stories of health practitioners that thrived in a gray space between legality and criminality, the trajectories they followed, and the interstitial spaces they inhabited between official and unofficial medicines. Spanning from the seventeenth century up to the twentieth century, this book wonderfully brings together the little-known stories and biographies of African, Chinese, and indigenous healers, midwives, homeopaths, amongst others. In the end, The Gray Zones of Medicine question traditional narratives in the history of medicine that center around the professional doctor, as well as concepts and dichotomies that have narrowly defined different healing cultures (e.g. Western vs. non-Western medicine, popular vs. learned medicine, European vs. indigenous or African medical systems). By doing so, the contributors of this volume propose a new narrative in which healers are at the center of the social and cultural histories of the region bridging the divide between the early modern and modern periods, one in which the seeming social and cultural dominance of official medicine, and later biomedicine, was never preordained nor complete, ultimately, a world in which these health practitioners were and are incredibly resilient in the midst of change. Lisette Varón-Carvajal is a PhD Candidate at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. You can tweet her and suggest books at @LisetteVaron. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Latin American Studies
Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, "The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2021)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 73:20


Edited by Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America (University of Pittsburgh Press 2021) tell the stories of health practitioners that thrived in a gray space between legality and criminality, the trajectories they followed, and the interstitial spaces they inhabited between official and unofficial medicines. Spanning from the seventeenth century up to the twentieth century, this book wonderfully brings together the little-known stories and biographies of African, Chinese, and indigenous healers, midwives, homeopaths, amongst others. In the end, The Gray Zones of Medicine question traditional narratives in the history of medicine that center around the professional doctor, as well as concepts and dichotomies that have narrowly defined different healing cultures (e.g. Western vs. non-Western medicine, popular vs. learned medicine, European vs. indigenous or African medical systems). By doing so, the contributors of this volume propose a new narrative in which healers are at the center of the social and cultural histories of the region bridging the divide between the early modern and modern periods, one in which the seeming social and cultural dominance of official medicine, and later biomedicine, was never preordained nor complete, ultimately, a world in which these health practitioners were and are incredibly resilient in the midst of change. Lisette Varón-Carvajal is a PhD Candidate at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. You can tweet her and suggest books at @LisetteVaron. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in History
Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, "The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 73:20


Edited by Diego Armus and Pablo Gómez, The Gray Zones of Medicine: Healers and History in Latin America (University of Pittsburgh Press 2021) tell the stories of health practitioners that thrived in a gray space between legality and criminality, the trajectories they followed, and the interstitial spaces they inhabited between official and unofficial medicines. Spanning from the seventeenth century up to the twentieth century, this book wonderfully brings together the little-known stories and biographies of African, Chinese, and indigenous healers, midwives, homeopaths, amongst others. In the end, The Gray Zones of Medicine question traditional narratives in the history of medicine that center around the professional doctor, as well as concepts and dichotomies that have narrowly defined different healing cultures (e.g. Western vs. non-Western medicine, popular vs. learned medicine, European vs. indigenous or African medical systems). By doing so, the contributors of this volume propose a new narrative in which healers are at the center of the social and cultural histories of the region bridging the divide between the early modern and modern periods, one in which the seeming social and cultural dominance of official medicine, and later biomedicine, was never preordained nor complete, ultimately, a world in which these health practitioners were and are incredibly resilient in the midst of change. Lisette Varón-Carvajal is a PhD Candidate at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. You can tweet her and suggest books at @LisetteVaron. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (27 de octubre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 91:42


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con Raymond Francois, periodista en Caraibes 94.5 FM, sobre la situación en Puerto Príncipe: “Los sindicatos de transporte anunciaron una huelga por 3 días, por lo que todo se paralizó por completo con la huelga sumada a la escasez de gasolina”, dijo, y comentó: “Jimmy Chérizier, alias ‘Barbecue', se volvió líder de un grupo llamado G9, formado por 9 bandas”. La periodista y corresponsal de TVV en Madrid, Goizeder Azua, nos habló sobre el caso de Hugo Carvajal: “La defensa ha logrado aplazar esa extradición que se veía inminente hace unos días… Esta mañana, Carvajal se presentó a la audiencia nacional como testigo para brindar información sobre la supuesta financiación ilegal de Podemos”, contó. La periodista añadió: “Ahora Carvajal está intentando sortear su suerte en EE.UU y que no sea condenado a cadena perpetua”. Andrés Vergara, analista económico y político, conversó con nosotros sobre la protesta contra el gobierno ecuatoriano de sindicatos, movimientos sociales y organizaciones indígenas: “Yo no creo que el paro nacional haya tenido el éxito que la gente que lo impulsó buscaba”, opinó, y explicó: “Este paro fue organizado por la Conaie, un grupo de organizaciones indígenas”. Desde São Paulo nos atendió el investigador sénior de Human Rights Watch, Cesar Muñoz, para hablarnos acerca del informe de la comisión del Senado que investigó la gestión de Bolsonaro en la pandemia: “Este informe tiene evidencias de corrupción de Bolsonaro y de otras personas y empresas”, dijo, y aclaró: “El informe no es una querella ni una imputación, el valor que tiene es presentar estas evidencias. Pero la Comisión no tiene poder de hacer imputaciones”, por lo que “Debe ser revisado por el Fiscal General”. La periodista Sebastiana Barráez nos habló sobre el video en el que respondió a las acusaciones de Diosdado Cabello en su contra: “Esta calumnia no es cualquier cosa ni es un chisme. Cabello me hace partícipe de una de esas organizaciones sanguinarias, y eso me expone moral y físicamente a mí y a mi familia… Estas acusaciones me colocan en una situación vulnerable, porque los enemigos de la organización que él dice que son amigos míos me colocan como un objetivo militar”, declaró, y agregó: “Yo tenía que hacer una respuesta que indicara que no soy yo quien tiene relación y defiende a grupos irregulares colombianos instalados en nuestro territorio”. Sobre la idea de aplicar un nuevo impuesto a los multimillonarios para ayudar a pagar los servicios sociales en EE.UU, conversamos con el economista José Gonzáles: “El impuesto a las corporaciones billonarias es de 15% mínimo, eso generaría $400 mil millones. El impuesto a millonarios sería del 23,8% a ganancias de capital no realizadas, eso representaría otros $500 mil millones”, expuso. Y para cerrar, la directora de Prepara Familia, Katherine Martínez, nos habló sobre la muerte de Jhosue Acevedo mientras esperaba un trasplante de médula: “Acevedo, de 4 años, fue paciente del JM de Los Ríos y desde hace pocos meses la familia decidió trasladarlo al Hospital Clínico Universitario”, dijo. “Solo en el servicio de Hematología, donde Jhosue Acevedo era paciente, tenemos al personal con un salario entre $4 y $20 y tenemos problemas graves con los medicamentos quimioterápicos”, declaró.

Radio HM
28 ottobre

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 12:10


Santi Simone e Giuda Nella festa dei Santi Simone e Giuda, Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci fa notare come gli apostoli non cercarono la gloria personale, ma di portare a tutti il messaggio di Cristo, e come anche noi dobbiamo amare Gesù per seguirLo da vicino.

El Partidazo de COPE
Carvajal: "Es un poco extraño que hayan dado solo cuatro minutos"

El Partidazo de COPE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 0:25


Radio HM
Trentesima settimana del Tempo ordinario - Mercoledì

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 10:31


Lo capirai dopo Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci aiuta oggi a meditare sul fatto che tutti gli avvenimenti che Dio manda o permette hanno un senso e sono per il nostro bene.

La Hora de la Verdad
Entrevista a Henry Alviarez

La Hora de la Verdad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 16:58


En La Hora de la Verdad hablando con el abogado y coordinador de Organización del partido de María Corina Machado, Vente Venezuela. Tema: Caso Alex Saab y caso Hugo “el pollo” Carvajal.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: Las revelaciones del 'Pollo' Carvajal

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 22:00


Federico comenta las revelaciones del ‘Pollo' Carvajal sobre Podemos y la izquierda americana y otros asuntos de la actualidad.

Radio HM
Trentesima domenica del Tempo ordinario - Ciclo B

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 12:43


È Gesù che passa Oggi Don Francisco Fernández Carvajal ci ricorda che Dio passa nella vita degli uomini portando luce e gioia.

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Creo que hay presión política en el caso: defensa de “El Pollo” Carvajal

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 7:29


La abogada María Dolores Arguelles González dijo en La W que presentaron un recurso para no imponerle cadena perpetua a Hugo El Pollo Carvajal

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (21 de octubre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 80:07


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con la Dra Dadilia Garcés, médico epidemióloga, sobre las dosis de refuerzo y la vacunación a niños entre 5 y 11 años: “El refuerzo de las vacunas de Moderna y Pfizer sería para personas mayores de 65 años, con sistema inmune comprometido o que estén expuestas a riesgo por sus trabajos… El refuerzo de la vacuna Johnson & Johnson va a ser para todas las personas después de dos meses de la primera dosis”, explicó. “Los niños representan el 9% de la población, y se han visto expuestos al riesgo de contagio por las clases presenciales y porque la variante Delta tiene predilección por atacar a los niños”, agregó. El periodista de tribunales e investigación en Libertad Digital y Esradio, Miguel Ángel Pérez Rodríguez, nos habló sobre el proceso de extradición de Hugo Carvajal: “Con la decisión de la sala penal de la Audiencia Nacional, la entrega de Carvajal a EE.UU está cerca”, dijo. “La defensa de Carvajal ha presentado recursos judiciales contra la extradición en todos los órganos judiciales y no judiciales de España para paralizar la decisión” comentó, pero aseguró que la extradición podría ocurrir en los próximos días. El político ruso Alekséi Navalni obtuvo el Premio Sájarov 2021. Sobre el tema, conversamos con la corresponsal de la Agencia France-Presse en Rusia, Andrea Palasciano: “Se esperaba que Navalni obtuviera el Premio Nobel de la Paz, pero lo obtuvieron dos periodistas. Por eso es una suerte que haya obtenido el Premio Sájarov… Navalni es un líder público y ha llevado adelante una causa muy importante en su país”, comentó. También nos atendió Gustavo Córdoba, consultor y analista político argentino, para hablarnos sobre el congelamiento de precios de más de 1.400 productos en Argentina: “Esta medida del presidente Fernández fue tomada sin consenso… El dilema es si esto es positivo desde el punto de vista electoral, pero negativo en el mediano y largo plazo para la economía de Argentina”, comentó. Córdoba agregó: “El gobierno cree que en 20 días puede cambiar el ánimo o el pensamiento de la gente”. Desde Caracas nos atendió el coordinador de Incidencia de Transparencia Venezuela, Jhuan Medina, para hablarnos sobre la evaluación del Observatorio Ciudadano de Corrupción: “Venezuela es el país peor evaluado de la región. En una escala de 0 a 3 puntos, el promedio regional es de 1,17 y Venezuela tiene sólo 0,28”, expuso, y opinó: “Mientras no haya un efectivo sistema de justicia que sancione al corrupto, no vamos a poder avanzar en este tema”. Y para cerrar, el abogado y analista político, Goyo Saavedra, nos habló sobre el ingreso a la fuerza al Congreso por parte de manifestantes en Guatemala: “Este es un grupo de veteranos que desde hace varios años ha venido organizándose para exigir una compensación única por sus servicios prestados durante el tiempo del conflicto armado interno… Son personal de tropa que no tiene procesos de indemnización ni un servicio de veteranos vigente en el país”, contó.

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
“El Pollo” Carvajal reveló que enviaban dinero al expresidente Fernando Lugo

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 6:35


Óscar Germán Latorre, exfiscal general de Paraguay, dijo que siempre existió el rumor del financiamiento que tuvo la campaña de Lugo por parte del gobierno de Hugo Chávez.

El Washington Post
En Puerto Rico se va la luz. La extradición de "El Pollo" Carvajal. La delincuencia en Ecuador

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 20:59


Sobre lo que vive Puerto Rico hablamos con Luis Herrero-Acevedo del pódcast "Puestos pa´l problema". De las eventuales revelaciones de Carvajal, con la periodista Ronna Rísquez. Y del Ecuador, con Mario Pazmiño, ex director de Inteligencia

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: Extradición de 'el Pollo Carvajal' a EEUU

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 10:56


Federico analiza cómo la Sala Penal de la Audiencia Nacional acuerda extraditar a 'Pollo' Carvajal a EEUU.

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (19 de octubre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 88:07


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con Javier Maza, analista y consultor político, sobre la demanda del expresidente Donald Trump para mantener ocultos unos documentos sobre el asalto al Capitolio: “Es muy probable que hayan documentos en los que Trump o no hizo lo que le tocaba hacer como presidente en un momento tan grave como fue el asalto del 6 de enero, o hizo o dijo cosas que no debió como jefe de Estado”. El corresponsal de Associated Press en América Latina, Joshua Goodman, nos habló sobre la primera audiencia de Alex Saab ante la justicia estadounidense: “Saab tiene dos procedimientos legales que le tocan: nombrar a un abogado permanente y declararse culpable o no… Es casi seguro que va a declararse no culpable en su primera audiencia. Eso es algo que hacen casi todos los acusados, pero después empiezan a ver las evidencias y más adelante pueden o no cambiar su decisión”, explicó. También nos atendió el periodista de La Estrella de Panamá, José Arcia, para hablarnos sobre el rechazo a las reformas electorales aprobadas esta semana por la Asamblea Nacional de Panamá: “Uno de los puntos clave es la equidad de género. La propuesta buscaba garantizar que hubiese participación de la mujer en un 50-50. Y la Asamblea le pone trabas para evitar esto”, dijo, y expuso: “El veto a estas reformas no sería total, porque lo que está pidiendo el Tribunal Electoral sería un veto parcial de estos artículos más polémicos”. Desde Bogotá nos atendió el abogado y analista político internacional Miguel Andrés Fierro Pinto, quien nos habló sobre la condena de la CorteIDH al Estado colombiano por el caso de Jineth Bedoya: “En el año 2000, durante la disputa entre grupos armados en la cárcel La Modelo, Bedoya iba a ir a hacer una entrevista, pero tristemente la engañaron, torturaron y violaron dentro del mismo penal”, contó. Pinto explicó: “La CorteIDH ordenó una serie de medidas, entre ellas continuar con las investigaciones penales que se llevan a cabo en el marco del caso”. La periodista del diario ABC, Gabriela Ponte, nos habló sobre el caso de Hugo ‘El Pollo' Carvajal: “Carvajal tiene congelada la extradición a EE.UU, puesto que el 27 de octubre tiene que presentarse como testigo ante el juez para aportar información sobre la causa que se ha abierto sobre la financiación de Podemos… Al parecer el relato de lo que vivió Carvajal mientras fue jefe del DGCIM acompaña y da detalles muy específicos sobre la financiación de Podemos. Por eso el juez reabre la causa”, explicó. Y para cerrar, el codirector del Centre for Postcolonial Studies de Goldsmiths de la Universidad de Londres, Francisco Carballo, nos habló sobre el asesinato del diputado británico David Amess: “Sabemos que el diputado estaba atendiendo a sus electores, y un miembro del público lo atacó”, dijo. Carballo expresó: “Este es el segundo asesinato de un miembro del parlamento en 5 años, y está haciendo que la gente se cuestione si es factible tener estos encuentros tan cercanos con los diputados”.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: El juez vuelve a citar al 'Pollo Carvajal' por la financiación de Podemos

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 14:19


Federico analiza cómo el juez quiere volver a citar al 'Pollo' Carvajal para declarar sobre la financiación ilegal de Podemos.

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (12 de octubre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 87:03


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con el Dr. Leopoldo Córdova Romero, médico especialista en enfermedades infecciosas, sobre las vacunas contra el Covid-19 y los nuevos medicamentos para la enfermedad: “Todavía no tenemos la protección de más del 70% de la población. Para finales del 2022 pudiera lograrse… Para manejar una epidemia se utilizan medidas preventivas (las vacunas) y medidas terapéuticas (los fármacos)”, explicó. El Dr. Romero destacó que “El Molnupiravir es un recurso terapéutico seguro que se puede tomar en casa. Y esto ayuda a que se reduzcan las complicaciones de la enfermedad”, pero siempre y cuando las personas se sigan vacunando. El jefe de Investigación del diario ABC, Javier Chicote, nos habló sobre la documentación que refleja pagos autorizados por Chávez y Maduro a fundadores de Podemos entregada por Hugo Carvajal: “Este documento lo ha entregado la defensa de Carvajal al juez Manuel García Castellón en un intento por demostrar colaboración con la justicia”, dijo, pero señaló que “Esto no va a afectar de ninguna manera el proceso de extradición de Carvajal”. También nos atendió el periodista y director de ‘Nicaragua Actual', Gerall Chávez, para hablarnos sobre el papel de Rosario Murillo en la política nicaragüense: “Ella tiene altas responsabilidades en el régimen, y por eso ha sido una de las personas que recibió sanciones… Daniel Ortega puede tener liderazgo y la simpatía de un mínimo sector, pero Rosario Murillo es quien se ha posicionado desde que empezó la campaña”, dijo. Desde Miami nos atendió el analista político Joseph Hage, con quien conversamos sobre la situación en Afganistán bajo el gobierno talibán: “A los talibanes se les está yendo de las manos el poco control que tenían, por lo que están tratando de evitar al Estado islámico, ISIS-K y Al Qaeda… Y no veo en el futuro próximo ninguna influencia extranjera que pueda cambiar el rumbo de Afganistán”, dijo. Hage señaló que “En más de una ciudad, las personas a cargo son del ala radical de los talibanes y empezaron a prohibir a la mujer su derecho mínimo, que es existir… Lo mínimo que les permiten a las mujeres es comer, servir y criar”. La corresponsal de la Voz de América en Bolivia, Fabiola Chambi, nos habló sobre las protestas en el país: “Estas protestas tienen son contra el proyecto de ley de Legitimación de Ganancias Ilícitas, una norma polémica que los opositores consideran que atenta contra la propiedad privada y puede ser perjudicial para gremios como la prensa”, comentó. Y para cerrar, el periodista especializado en tecnología y marketing digital, Ricardo Miranda, nos habló sobre las nuevas medidas de seguridad de Facebook: “Se habla de una inversión de más de $13 mil millones por parte de Facebook para garantizar que la plataforma sea segura”, dijo, y resaltó: “Facebook ha sentido la presión de Apple desde finales del año pasado, ya que les dio el control a sus usuarios de decidir si son rastreados o no sus datos a través de sus aplicaciones”.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: El 'Pollo' Carvajal entrega documentos de los vínculos del chavismo con Garzón

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 18:55


Federico analiza cómo el ‘Polllo' Carvajal ha entregado al juez los documentos que demuestran los vínculos del chavismo con el juez y Podemos.

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (29 de septiembre del 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 87:18


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con el economista José Gonzáles, sobre la situación económica estadounidense: “La Secretara del Tesoro, Janet Yellen, anunció que si no se resuelve el techo de la deuda de aquí al 18 de octubre, se le van a acabar las medidas que usa para pagar las obligaciones norteamericanas y Estados Unidos podría dejar de pagar sus deudas”, dijo, por lo que “Se generarían una serie de cuellos de botella en la medida que el 88% de las transacciones a nivel global se hacen en dólares”. El periodista de tribunales e investigación en Esradio y Libertad Digital, Miguel Ángel Pérez Rodríguez, nos habló sobre el rechazo de la Audiencia Nacional a la puesta en libertad de Hugo Carvajal: “Su situación procesal es complicada, porque el gobierno de España y la Audiencia Nacional ya resolvieron que debe ser extraditado, pero todavía hay un recurso pendiente frente al Tribunal Supremo, que es la petición de asilo”, dijo, y destacó: “Según el entorno de Carvajal, durante los años que permaneció huido de la justicia estuvo recopilando información sobre Podemos y el Partido Socialista”. Lajos Szászdi, analista en relaciones internacionales y especialista en temas de defensa, tecnología militar, nos habló sobre el misil lanzado por Corea del Norte hacia el mar de Japón: “El misil hipersónico asciende casi hasta el nivel del espacio dentro de la órbita de la tierra y allí adquiere velocidad hipersónica”, expuso. Szászdi destacó: “Corea del Norte tiene un padrino y una madrina: uno es China y el otro es Rusia. Pero Rusia ha tenido una tendencia de darle armas estratégicas a Corea del Norte”. El volcán en La Palma ha alcanzado el mar ayer en la noche. Sobre el tema, conversamos con el geólogo investigador Antonio Aretxabala: “Cuando la lava llega al mar, se producen unos vapores que levantan ácido clorhídrico como pequeños vidrios microscópicos y otros gases como sulfuros, los cuales son tóxicos”, explicó, y comentó: “Toda la vida marina alrededor de donde llega la lava va a morir, porque muchos materiales tóxicos se van a meter en las cadenas tróficas. Lo positivo es que, con el tiempo, eso se convertirá en alimento para algunas especies”. El periodista Alonso Moleiro nos habló sobre la situación de la oposición venezolana: “Primera Justicia tiene la cabeza en otra parte. No sienten que el Acuerdo de Salvación Nacional sea una cosa que les pertenezca… Creo que esto no necesariamente va a significar una ruptura de la oposición. Pero sí puede que haya un distanciamiento y replanteamiento de estrategias”, opinó. Y para cerrar, la reportera de The Washington Post, Missy Ryan, nos habló sobre el caso de las declaraciones del general Mark Milley: “Su testimonio de ayer se enfocó en la retirada de tropas estadounidenses en Afganistán. Y aunque defendió la retirada, también reconoció algunos errores”, dijo, entre los cuales “Reconoció que había aconsejado dejar al menos a unos 2500 en Afganistán, pero el presidente decidió sacar a todas las tropas”.

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Resumen de prensa: El 'Pollo' Carvajal también vincula a Venezuela con las Farc

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 10:13


La prensa recoge las revelaciones del ‘Pollo' Carvajal sobre Podemos y las relaciones del régimen venezolano con las Farc. 

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Federico a las 6: El 'Pollo' Carvajal cuenta que Monedero cobró por informes inexistentes

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 41:48


Federico analiza las revelaciones del Pollo' Carvajal que ha declarado al juez que Podemos cobró de la petrolera venezolana por informes inexistentes.

En Casa de Herrero
Las noticias de Herrero: 'El Pollo' Carvajal ofrece al juez pruebas de ilegalidades de Podemos

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 22:27


Luis Herrero y Miguel Ángel Pérez analizan las declaraciones del exjefe de los Servicios de Inteligencia venezolanos en la Audiencia Nacional.

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Federico a las 7: El 'Pollo' Carvajal señala a Podemos e Iglesias

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 26:49


Federico analiza cómo el ‘Pollo' Carvajal  señala a Podemos por su financiación y recuerda que no era sólo Iglesias, sino Errejón, Monedero...

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Resumen de prensa: El 'Pollo' Carvajal señala a Pablo Iglesias y se compromete a entregar documentación

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 11:32


Parte de la prensa recoge cómo el 'Pollo' Carvajal señala a Pablo Iglesias y se compromete a entregar documentación. Los medios afín ni una palabra.

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Resumen de prensa: Marlaska sigue callado sobre el homenaje al etarra Parot

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 14:26


LD publica en exclusiva una informaciónn sobre el asilo del ‘Pollo' Carvajal. Además, cómo el Gobierno permitirá el homenaje al asesino Parot.

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Federico a las 6: Escándalo con el 'Pollo' Carvajal

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 39:02


Federico analiza las primeras revelaciones sobre el ‘Pollo' Carvajal, exjefe de los servicios de inteligencia venezolanos,  que afecta al Gobierno.

La Hora de la Verdad
Entrevista a Alberto Schlesinger

La Hora de la Verdad

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 18:21


En La Hora de la Verdad hablando con el decano de la Escuela de Economía de la Universidad Sergio Arboleda. Tema: extradición de Hugo “el pollo” Carvajal y Alex Saab.

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Tertulia de Federico: Nerviosismo en el Gobierno tras la amenaza del 'Pollo' Carvajal

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 77:19


Federico analiza con Rosell y Belmonte cómo el ‘Pollo' Carvajal amenaza con tirar de la manta pudiendo salpicar a Podemos o Zapatero.