tv [untitled] June 24, 2011 2:31am-3:01am EDT
and you know what sherry in the ground and using. he turned it upside down. there's nothing else to say. it was in london the father of the so you. are right. and they were friends from the younger generations you could say that the image of the. into a retro. figure not helped by pop star t. shirts and. it seems now. equally celebrated. and the good and bad he did in his life acknowledged. the days of thousands of people queuing up to see. regarding locations it's still the main association. with him. we reveal many other places. in front of his life. for most of the previous century lennon had to make it.
french born revolutionary in the ottomans with him. as we head towards the national front the last two decades of the access to many many locations previously closed even on the moon in the us a soft museums houses hotels bunkers it seems the russian capital is now open to all well almost if you want an example of a consequence house in the last century this is perfect built in luncheon or three by the stained bush an architect from the event of the national home town has been inspiring historic landmark for more than a century before the revolution the hotel hosted foreign diplomats. loyalty business tycoons and beating the famous after nine hundred seventy international has proclaimed the first house of the soviets and became a residence of the bullshit government accommodating top communist leaders our main point of interest is really one of seven the bright syria since the location while
antique furniture high ceilings and a sense of history is the one hundred and seventy. but only has one of the best years of the capital but it's also packed full of history accommodating the ball straight party this week inside the hotel was famously home to lennon and his wife for two weeks and last night in a city in the hotel has been renovated since but still want. this grounds. to it that. you too can gaze across to the kremlin much of this cause desk. today this room costs thousands of dollars a night i'm not quite sure lennon to be too impressed with the price the same rights for everyone. this. is historically connected to then and the girl mentioned is still of interest for many and only those interested. necessarily
need to book a room you can apply for a special tour as the department of. exclusions are organized twice a year. other cations connects with. them in the office and how many is now on historical exhibits in detail representing the atmosphere in which she lived and watched for several years. when it was open to the public in nine hundred fifty five of the most visited museums in the country but as it was located in the kremlin the same building where the actual russian government president was in the one nine hundred ninety s. it was decided to move the cabinet to the state complex and. be moved including the clock which still shows the time when he left the group the last time. period for nine hundred eighteen thousand nine hundred twenty three but the personal
belongings from the collection which we used by lenin in his everyday life that older than that some of them were used by several generations of the family and date back to eight hundred forty two. lookalikes. act. and even the second one hundred roubles that's around three dollars you can have a cheesy reminder of your time. as a special a popular among foreigners but i have to say there are more going to comes to money but they understand it's just like everything else in this world. monuments to lenin only example. but the also one of the main symbols of the. twenty's thousands of monuments were erected in almost every city town. there are dozens. in front of mistreated buildings you can still
see many of them to this. was once the stage speeches the metropole hotel built in the beginning of the twentieth century became a base for the bolshevik government many leaders lived and worked in the metropole and it was often visited by lenin when he addressed his associates in the one hundred twenty s. it started functioning as a hotel again for decades its rules were only available for russian and international celebrities politicians. anyone can stay at the historic hotel but remember. the price. of. the hotel has been preserved in its original look despite all the wars and revolutions of the twentieth century here today is the same as it was in nine hundred eighteen when the bolshevik government had its meetings here but its deputies smoked
a lot so when restoration work was carried out in the 1980's all to spawn doubt that the painted walls and ten glossy small damaged which they had to clean to restore their original decorations. his life works in theories are still studied by hundreds of institutions around the school with the ideology of communism. research look at the impact on the us. actually around the country for almost six years and his. vital figure for the twentieth century. the estate. from the century. in the. widow of the famous. patron. of
the soviet government moved to. the looks your his property was nationalized and became. the winter garden here is breathtaking it's really something to be seen and will not know the answer running grounds are open to the public today but only for. the house is filled with possessions here you can see everything from . his wheelchair clothes and his four thousand book collection. in may nine hundred twenty three he followed medical advice in the kremlin. he was here as a frown man only in his early fifty's vladimir. would spend his final years in september eighteenth. i mean chris. as his health deteriorated over the coming years finally living.
on the twenty first of january ninety four. after the complex was renamed. officially became a museum in one nine hundred thirty eight and was a place of pilgrimage. right up to the fall of the iron curtain from viewing his death mask here to visiting his red square we're talking about historians. communists the epic achievements of lenin still have a cult following and all the places connected with his life and legacy. as the journey that was. building well unfortunately that's what's how we have on this week's program at the same time next week for me and the rest of the crew from spectacular.
seventy six hours of intense fighting. six thousand desert of beach front battlefields several kilometers long. and now there is only one person who cares. you see we are surrounded by garbage everywhere but also there are. on this beach which of course is very most appropriate signification a symbol of everything that's wrong with our goddamn government allowing not only garbage but to accumulate where so many guys died. a new battle is going on. will the history be protected. return
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a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines to name two cars a report. britain has revealed it neglected to protect prisoners from abuse as part of its role in the u.s. rendition program this comes as american officials face lawsuits from foreign detainees who claimed they were tortured in overseas prisons. the top u.s. commander in afghanistan general petraeus is set to become the next cia director but opponents question of the new team of spy will exactly assess the progress of american conflicts. and families in india accuse the government of allowing the use of a controversial pesticide which they say is telling their children victim groups claim applying that callicles is causing a generation of deformed children who don't live to see their twenty it's. time now for sports updates here in the us in the studio you know it seems that world cup
twenty eighteen may be actually smaller party then initially thought yeah let me just say before i start expanding out a little bit but nothing has being confirmed or denied officially yet but russian media reports are stating that fourteen of the host cities for world cup twenty eight team as you say it could be cold just and moral not interesting story in just a second. good to have you with us this is sports today i'm you know neal plenty ahead this hour including. world cup worries russian media reports for russian regions are set to lose the right to host matches up to twenty percent. moving on up defending champion serina williams joins a whole host of russians in the third stage at wimbledon following thursday's
action. on medical maestro r c meet with the pioneer of russian on formerly soviet sports medicine doctor for silly about a man called who led the squad to shop basketball gold of the soul lympics. scandal is a brewing in russian football according to media reports in the country fourteen of the planned world cup host areas for world cup twenty eight dean may be cut to ten the moscow region some. of those in the spotlight the russian daily is they have sourced the ministry of tourism documents which don't list those for originally planned locations in the spending budget plan prime minister vladimir putin said last month the list of stadiums wouldn't change but stressed the final say does rest with this latest document to ever submitted a fortnight ago amidst the said regions from its plumbing with summaries like
jaroslava listed as having no financial backing from sponsors or local government alike no official reason has yet given or confirmed for the. solution. meanwhile the russian football union reacted earlier to the banana throwing instant involved for burke to carlos and whedon stay the brazil legend walked off the field with his team leading three melech off after home fans launched the piece of fruits onto the page. the club is unable to be responsible for every single thing the disciplinary committee will decide the punishment for cruelly surveyed have on friday the club itself quickly found a man who threw a banana at one of the greatest brazilian players and has already apologized to be and his team no doubt a disciplinary committee will take all that into consideration and will not deprive the. tennis for days for wimbledon was suspended due to rain at one stage but that didn't hold
a whole host of russian women extending their stay in london on thursday. so with maybe a double grand slam champion but she's never made it past the quarter final stage of s w nineteen six love six to rushing of alexandra de groot bodes well for the right to travel is also through to run three meeting come party that harness the sea of public over joining them is maria who defeated qualifier tom green. but yet another russian is. able to keep pace with flavio. elsewhere serena williams fought back from a set down into bits of romania their fourth time champion making it through three six six two sixty one setting up a third round clash with curling. yeah i got started so today but i was actually really really trying to start out fast and. obviously didn't happen but i also
think that i got a little tired out there and i just need to relax all right in the men's side of action rushing mikhail youzhny was among those advancing to the third stage beating some depth in round six two six four six four while a six time winner roger federer is also at the same stage after this posing of adrian at monteriano the up and coming frenchman simply i class by the graceful veteran in straits six two six three six two that was the score federer just advancing in this quest for a record tying seventh drawing with pete sampras at the club. were number two novak djokovic also threw after defeating having done this in six three six four six games to two the straightforward ruin. while robben so willing had to come from two sets down to be lleyton hewitt in a modest and five setter the spending almost hours of course before the swedes at six this. riches women's basketball team have suffered their second defeat of the
european championships in poland but three socolovsky scored going down better reuss in their second group stage clash sixty two fifty one the final but despite the loss russia can still make the playoffs the most successful team of the past decade of the finals need to beat the czech republic and britain in the true meaning group game. stateside basketball where kyrie irving has been chosen as the cream of the crop in the twenty eleven n.b.a. draft plus the point guard finding a new home with the cleveland cavaliers who picked the nineteen year old number one overall the extremely important hurricane comes from university on will face the pressure of becoming the main attraction in cleveland to replace the recently departed le bron james the minnesota timberwolves didn't surprise anyone when they . six hours in a car for derek williams second three all of the first six players were taken from europe including turkish born third pick and this hunter. total of four
overseas players who didn't attend the u.s. college and like country were also taking the draft for the first but. try to contribute to a clue nor is asian as much as i can i'm really looking forward to getting the cleveland it's a big sports town i can't wait to embrace all the fans there and all the fans were really can't wait and you know i actually have the chance to see my jersey on the crowd with all those clune fans or someone really looking forward to up brings us on to the greens were henrik stenson is the man to catch in germany at the moment the swede leading the b.m.w. championship standings after day one the thirty five year old not allowing the elements to rain on his parade a birdie on the thirteenth followed right off by another one on the ensuing fourteenth hole card and it's on the hard ground this approach to securing stenson top spot heading into friday gary boyd sits one stroke back while
a group of four other golfers like shots. and finally it's taken for granted these days the role of sports medicine plays in the success of our fleets on one russian doctor was considered one of its pioneers a film has now been made about the silly amazing career one which is far from finished and reform reports. at sixty two years old the sealy average manga has a wealth of experience an achievement in his field success with the russian basketball team in seoul over twenty three years ago is now the focus of a documentary about his life he realized morning sleep was crucial to the team's recovery and his place with the only ones to miss breakfast every day a factor they believe contributed to their gold medal triumph. for. the world i remember that at the olympic games and so we had to walk to the canteen it was very far and inconvenient soviet delegation lived in the outskirts of the olympic
village and we had to cover quite a long distance on the road you know if you have a training session at ten o'clock in the morning it's very hard to wake up after intensive games the day before you want to sleep longer and vassili managed to order breakfast for fifteen people and take it to their bedrooms that built his reputation as a natural thinker and his expertise is still being called on by russian medal hopes for the next olympics olympic champion tatiana labelle ever is one of them. in two thousand and nine she was on the brink of withdrawing from the world championships in berlin with a back injury but with his help she managed to recover and developed a new mental toughness some of this early has disclosed his secret himself and we've the athletes can only confirm that everything comes from your head no matter what depressed state an athlete can be an ability to implant a feeling that you're the best confident the most focused and the strongest person
of all is the most important thing not every person has an ability to inspire his feelings but was silly ever and i was the one who has this gift where i did to fight and win even with traumas i don't have the words to express our gratitude to him and i used to after him anchor understanding an athlete requires more than just an understanding of medicine it means appreciating had their minds work. and according to him appreciating the person's soul just that i was by him probably a bit different from other sports doctors i spend one third of my life in monasteries where try to cognize the meaning of life i learned from the elders how to penetrate into the depths of a human soul and how to find the thinnest thread in it that i apply my knowledge in sport especially with outlets who suffer serious defeats elders say that it's not a sin to fall but it's a sin not to wake up. with his track record of success commands great respect within russian sport patients have included pole vaulting great healing isn't by
either and sergei bubka but the doctor insists his results are not just based on modern techniques plenty of chances can be found in the past and alternative medicine. but then i have international peyton's for a habitation methods except thing you can be closer to got traditional medicine and nature including treatment with products of eighty culture smiths method has been forgotten but i like kids and all my patients like leverage of us lesser anchor anderson by using my methods of traditional medicine joey and propose i've been to thousands of doping control some of them at world and european championships and they were clean. the herdsman may be celebrating his sixty third birthday this year but he's no immediate plans to retire his only plans are to lead russia to more gold next summer andrew farmer r.t. . one of dr that is now that is all your sport for now weather is next year shortly
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eleven am and the russian capital you're watching our joshua welcome to the program . the u.k. failed to track detainees handed over to the us neglecting to protect them from possible abuse the shocking revelations forced through by british m.p.'s expose a secret agreement over the treatment of prisoners passed over to washington by london artie's daniel bushell met one victim who spent years at america's most notorious overseas prison. was arrested on the streets and sent to guantanamo for torture after five years america released him without charge to this day the u.s. has given no explanation or said story couldn't as he's suing george bush's lawyer alberto gonzalez for ruling tool sure is legal interrogators from the learned of
the free are free to cause quote simulated drowning rape instrumentality impairment of bodily function organ failure and even death i was one of those who survived those kind of closure. electroshocks because i want. i was forced to agree. and i was not the us refused to even reveal they were holding his mother these loyal to find her son it took several years there was no chance to get in contact with mr corners it's a shame for the united states what happened in. concerned national law and it's simply impossible in the twenty first century.