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Playing since 2005, Felipe Lira is one of the biggest names in Brazil. His charisma and professionalism rapidly captivated the public and producers from the scene. In 2006 he received an invitation which would change his career: he became resident DJ at The Week Rio de Janeiro where he remained for two years. He left to the “Cidade Maravilhosa” (The Marvelous City, the nickname given to Rio) where he immediately identified himself with the Carioca soul and spirit. At this point, Felipe had c ...
 
Hello Red Spotters! Welcome to the show, I am your host Kyle Lira and we have a plethora of conversations from a variety of film and television topics. Join me and my friends as we talk geeky entertainment.
 
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Dedicated to helping our audience navigate the bumpy economic road ahead. With in-depth reports and analysis, Money Talks makes the news your business.
 
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Peter Martinez joins Kyle Lira and Alexis Soto for another audio commentary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in our marathon series before Avengers Endgame This is the first installment of the Captain America trilogy Captain America The First Avenger directed by Joe Johnston and starring Chris Evans as Captain America and Hayley Attwell as Pegg ...…
 
Kyle and Alexis are back with another audio commentary for our Marvel Cinematic Universe marathon in anticipation for Avengers Endgame This is the first installment of the Thor trilogy and is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor Tom Hiddleston as Loki and Natalie Portman as Jane Foster…
 
Kyle and Alexis are back to review the second installment in the Iron Man trilogy and the third entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe this is Jon Favreas Iron Man 2 starring Robert Downey Jr and Gwyneth Paltrow
 
Chinese internet giant Tencent's net earnings slumped by nearly a third in the fourth quarter. That's as its gaming business has been struggling to secure regulatory approval for the release of new video games. China's economic slowdown has also cooled demand for advertising. Tencent is now promising to reduce its reliance on social media servi ...…
 
Dollar stores selling non-perishable goods at a low price are spreading across the country. There are now more dollar stores than Walmart and McDonald's outlets combined. For many, they're becoming one of the only options for buying food. And as Kate Fisher explains, it's hurting people's health. #Saving #Budget #CheapFood…
 
European leaders are meeting in Brussels with two big topics to discuss. They’ll be looking at how Europe will position itself in the trade war between the US and China, and trying to figure out what's next in terms of Brexit? UK Prime Minister Theresa May is at the summit to try and persuade European leaders to delay the UK's exit from the EU ...…
 
New kinds of creatures have emerged in the internet age. They shuffle along silently, while looking at their screens. A "Smombie" is the term being used in popular culture to describe people who use their smartphones while walking. Some are oblivious to anything around them -- including oncoming traffic. But as Usmaan Lone reports, South Korea' ...…
 
Norway's newest culinary wonder is due to open next month, offering diners a unique experience they won't find anywhere else in Europe. It's a restaurant that shows the height of luxury can sometimes be found beneath the surface. #Dive #restuarant #SeaRestuarant
 
The US Federal Reserve has kept interest rates unchanged and says the cost of borrowing won’t rise this year. That's an about turn on its predictions in December when it signaled two rate hikes this year. The scaled back expectations are raising fears of a sharper slowdown in the world's largest economy. Mobin Nasir has more. #interestrate, #in ...…
 
European leaders are meeting in Brussels with two big topics to discuss. They’ll be looking at how Europe will position itself in the trade war between the US and China, and trying to figure out what's next in terms of Brexit. UK Prime Minister Theresa May is at the summit to try and persuade European leaders to delay the UK's exit from the EU ...…
 
Brazil's former president Michel Temer has been arrested in Sao Paolo on graft charges. Mobin Nasir reports on the impact on Brazil's economy. For more on this Remi Piet joined Money Talks from Miami. He is senior director at Americas Market Intelligence. #Brazil #Corruption # #Temer
 
Italy has become the only member of the G-7 to join China's ambitious Belt and Road infrastructure initiative. The deal signed by Beijing and Rome is non-binding. But analysts say it still gives China an economic foothold in the heart of Europe. And as Paolo Montecillo reports, other European powers are wary of what that could mean. For more on ...…
 
Turkish designers have shown off their latest creations at the Istanbul Fashion Week. Industry players say it's a great platform for local talent to get their brands recognised on the global fashion stage. Sibel Karkus reports. And the event’s creative director Gunesh Guner joined Money Talks to talk about the show.…
 
According to the United Nations, poverty is on the rise in the US, with millions relying on non-profit organisations. But according to a recent study, the number of people volunteering time and money has fallen to a 20-year low. William Denselow in New York takes a look at how people are coping.#volunteering #volunteer #MoneyTalks…
 
Kyle and Alexis are back to view and comment on the second installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe this is The Incredible Hulk from 2008 and stars Edward Norton and Liv Tyler as Bruce Banner and Betty Ross
 
It's a business deal with more twists and turns than a Hollywood movie. Disney's negotiated for months and finally won a bidding war to complete the acquisition of 21st Century Fox -- for $71 billion. It's hoping the purchase will help it take its magic from the silver screen to computer screens -- but there'll be plenty of challenges on the wa ...…
 
European Commission officials have handed tech giant Google a $1.7 billion dollar fine for anti-competitive behaviour. Some of the policies date back to 2006, when Google sold its AdSense platform, forcing customers to turn down advertising from its competitors. Kevin Ozebek told us more from Brussels. #Google #EUCommission #Antitrust…
 
It's being called the Netflix of games. Google has unveiled its new video-gaming streaming platform called Stadia -- and it promises to be a game-changer. #Gaming # Stadia #Streaming
 
Blockchain may be a mystery to many of us, but one Israeli company is hoping its latest product will change that. The Finney is a smartphone designed mainly for cryptocurrency trading. Sirin Labs has opened its first international store in London, in a bid to take the technology mainstream. Nawied Jabarkhyl reports. #Bitcoin #Ethereum #Finney…
 
British Prime Minister Theresa May has asked the European Union to postpone the UK's departure from the bloc. Downing Street says an extension would give May more time to rally support for her Brexit deal. But as Paolo Montecillo reports, it could also bring the world's fifth-largest economy closer to a no-deal departure. For more on Brexit, we ...…
 
The International Labour Organization says at least 40,000 Palestinians from the occupied West Bank travel to work annually without proper permits. That's despite reports of abuse by Israeli soldiers. Obaida Heetto explains why they are forced to do so. #Palestine #JobPermit #IsraeliSoldiers
 
It's Europe's largest economy, but when it comes to internet speed and connectivity, Germany's lagging behind. The government's trying to change that by auctioning bandwidth for 5G networks. But the country's biggest telecom providers say Berlin's moving too fast. To unpack this story, Ira Spitzer joined us from Berlin. #5G #Telecoms #Tech…
 
The worst storm to hit southern Africa in a decade is feared to have left more than a thousand people dead. Aid has started to trickle in, but damage to infrastructure means it will take time to reach those who need it. And, as Paolo Montecillo reports, the destruction in Cyclone Idai's wake is deepening their economic struggles. For more on th ...…
 
French trade unions have taken to the streets to demand higher salaries -- especially in the public sector -- and more spending on public services. The demonstration comes at a politically crucial moment, with President Emmanuel Macron due to respond to a months-long public consultation he launched in response to the Yellow Vests protests. Elen ...…
 
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Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank confirmed talks on a possible merger. The German government has been pushing for a tie-up due to concerns about their profitability. For more on the story, Nick Antypas joined us from Reading in the UK . He is a lecturer on finance at the Henley Business School. #Banking #Megamerger #Revenue…
 
Lawmakers in the US state of Florida are considering legislation aimed at cracking down on human trafficking. It would see hotel employees trained to identify victims, and set up a registry of people caught soliciting sex workers. Last month authorities raided several spas alleged to be part of an international trafficking network. The sting en ...…
 
SYNC COMMENTARY AT BEGINNING OF MARVEL STUDIOS LOGO Kyle and Alexis sit down and watch the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Jon Favreas Iron Man starring Robert Downey Jr and Gweneth Paltrow
 
British MPs have voted in favour of requesting an extension to the Brexit process. The UK is meant to leave on March the 29th but can't agree on how to do it. The vote means Prime Minister Theresa May will request a delay at an EU summit next week. Meanwhile US President Donald Trump has weighed in with his own views on the negotiations. Simon ...…
 
Nearly one in five people in Turkey lives in the city of Istanbul. And more people keep pouring in. Now, the government's turning to technology to ensure everyone has access to healthcare, education and other social services. It's part of a plan to turn Istanbul into a smart city. And as Mobin Nasir reports from the World Cities Congress in Ist ...…
 
Boeing has halted the delivery of its 737 MAX aircraft after the US joined a wave of nations that have banned the plane from their airspace. It follows the second crash involving the brand new model in less than five months. And as PM reports, it threatens an order book worth hundreds of billions of dollars. For more we spoke to Savio D'Souza, ...…
 
China's passed a new foreign investment law to attract more international investors. The National People's Congress voted overwhelmingly in favour of the new law which replaces, unifies and simplifies three previous sets of rules that foreign entities doing business in the Mainland had to follow. Samantha Vadas has more from Beijing, she's been ...…
 
Half of it is still under construction. But after seven years, New York's Hudson Yards opened on Friday. It's the largest private real estate complex in the US. It's transformed an active railyard into a new business district. But Hudson isn't just surrounded by Manhattan's tallest sky scrapers but by lots of controversy. #Manhattan #Apartment ...…
 
Earlier this year, Turkey said it would start drilling near the island of Cyprus to try to find oil and gas. It's already operating off its own coast as it tries to become more energy independent. But a move closer to the island could be controversial. TRT World's Diplomatic Correspondent Andrew Hopkins visited Turkey's first drill ship off the ...…
 
A sex scandal is rocking South Korea's K-pop scene. Several prominent singers have quit the business, while two are being investigated over their alleged involvement in an online sex chat room and prostitution ring. And that's sparked a sell-off in their music agency's stocks. Sibel Karkus reports. Joseph Kim unpacks the story from Seoul.#South ...…
 
Facebook shares have fallen around two percent after a major outage that affected millions of users worldwide. The social media giant is already under scrutiny over the platform's security. Now it has to answer questions over its reliability. We got more on the story from Courtney Kealy, who joined us from Washington.#Facebook #outage #security…
 
After days of mounting pressure, Boeing has recommended grounding its entire global fleet of 737 MAX aircraft. The decision affects 371 planes, and was made after US investigators found new evidence at the site of Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash. The US Federal Aviation Administration says there are similarities between the Ethiopian crash, a ...…
 
Escargot may be one of the world's most divisive foods. In some parts of the world, it's cherished as a delicacy. In others, it's viewed as a slimy taboo. Uganda is one of the countries where snails aren't usually on the menu. But Isabel Nakirya has found a snail farmer who's struggling to meet a spike in demand. She visits his farm in the Luwe ...…
 
In much of the world, tourism is big business. But the growth of the industry can put ecosystems under pressure. And the accompanying infrastructure can threaten wildlife. In the South African city of Cape Town, a surge in eco-tourism is starting to reverse that trend, as Mark Roughton reports.#WaterBikes #WaterBike #CapeTown…
 
The Federal Aviation Administration is under growing pressure to ground Boeing's 737 MAX 8 aircraft in the US. Canada has now joined several other countries, including the European Union, Australia and New Zealand in banning the aircraft until the cause of Sunday's crash in Ethiopia -- and another last year -- can be determined. But, as , repor ...…
 
Fifty people including 31 parents have been charged in America's largest college admissions cheating scandal. That's according to the US Department of Justice. Courtney Kealy has more.#CollegeAdmissions #cheating #UScolleges
 
British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a second defeat over her Brexit deal. MPs voted against it on Tuesday night by a margin of 149 votes. That's despite her last-ditch attempts to gain new legal assurances from the EU over the Irish back-stop. MPs will now vote on whether to leave the EU without a deal and whether to request an exte ...…
 
Investigators are now examining the two black boxes from the Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed shortly after takeoff outside Addis Ababa on Sunday. All 157 people on board were killed. It's the second Boeing 737 MAX 8 to go down in similar circumstances, in less than six months. That's led regulators in China, Ethiopia and Indonesia to ord ...…
 
Mexico has one of the largest gender employment gaps in the world. Some of the reasons are high rates of gender inequality and violence against women. But some entrepreneurs are working to change that. Valeria Leon reports from Mexico City on one of the workplace initiatives.#Mexico #MoneyTalks #PayGap…
 
A showdown between Washington and Beijing could affect the future of the internet. The US is warning Germany and other allies against using products and services provided by Chinese tech firm, Huawei, because it suspects the company of spying. Mobin Nasir has more. To futher unpack this, Kevin Ozebek joined us from Brussels.#Huawei #TradeWar #C ...…
 
The inventor of the World Wide Web has called for more control over his creation. Tim Berners-Lee has spoken at the 30th anniversary of the web at CERN, the physics research centre outside Geneva, where he invented the web that changed humanity. Julia Lyubova has more. For more on the story, Mark Skilton joined us from Warwick in the UK. He is ...…
 
In Bosnia, women can be fired for getting pregnant. Or, if they're planning on having children, it can affect their job prospects. Semir Seyfovic reports on how the government and many employers have been largely silent on gender discrimination in the workplace.#pregnantWomenWorking #Bosnia #BosniaPregnantWomen…
 
The British Prime Minister's office says negotiations with the EU are still deadlocked - a day before Parliament is due to vote again on her Brexit deal. Lawmakers have pressured Theresa May to cancel Tuesday's vote until she reaches a breakthrough with Brussels. TRT World reporter Simon McGregor-Wood told us more from London.#EU #Brexit #deadlock…
 
The world's most successful auto group is moving on from the era of Carlos Ghosn. The Renault- Nissan- Mitsubishi alliance is reshuffling its leadership to put each of the partners on a more equal footing. That's as the Brazilian executive who was their leader for more than a decade fights to stay out of prison. Paolo Montecillo reports. To dis ...…
 
Eight years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japanese authorities are still trying to minimize the contamination. And, as Mobin Nasir reports, they're running out of options for dealing with the hazardous waste.#Fukushima #MoneyTalks #HazardousWaste
 
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