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Friday 19 August at 0430 BST / 0530 CET
Saturday 20 August at 0530 BST / 0630 CET and 1630 BST / 1730 CET
Saturday 27 August at 1230 BST / 1330 CET
Sunday 28 August at 0530 BST / 0630 CET
Duration: 30 minutes
In August, ‘Culinary Journeys’ explores Japan's rich history of hospitality with two Michelin-star chef, Shinobu Namae (pictured).
One of the traditions at the heart of Japanese hospitality is the tea ceremony. Namae has introduced this ritual at his own Tokyo restaurant, L'Effervescence, and he meets with a tea master to understand the significance of this ritual. FULL POST
Suzlon Group is embarking on a global multi-platform sponsorship of ‘Eco Solutions’, CNN’s TV and digital series that tells the stories of people around the world creating innovative solutions to preserve the planet. This annual campaign builds on the longstanding relationship between CNN and Suzlon Group and will amplify the company’s position as one of the leading clean energy solutions providers in the world.
Starting in July, the brand solution is tailored to reach CNN’s upscale and sought-after international audiences across all CNN platforms – this includes on-air billboards, vignettes and exclusive digital ads on the ‘Eco Solutions’ feature page www.cnn.com/ecosolutions. Furthermore, the campaign takes advantage of CNN Audience Insight Measurement (CNN AIM) to specifically reach audience segments such as opinion leaders, C-suites and business decision makers across CNN’s digital platforms. CREATE, CNN International Commercial’s award-winning, in-house brand studio, has devised and produced branded video content and adverts for Suzlon Group.
Next month, CNN’s ‘Talk Asia’ has got its eyes on Indonesia – the world’s fourth largest country. CNN takes a look at some of the country’s biggest game changers and the personalities that are making waves in the archipelago both domestically and internationally.
In this episode, CNN’s Manisha Tank sits down with three key Indonesian figures who are young, innovative and represent a rapidly changing and fast developing Indonesia.
‘Talk Asia’ catches up with Indonesia’s first Formula One racer Rio Haryanto (Pictured), as he opens up about making history and representing Indonesia on the Grand Prix stage. Manisha Tank then meets one of the founders of lifestyle concept group Potato Head, Ronald Akili, who is representing Indonesia internationally. At his notable Potato Head Beach Club in Bali, Ronald Akili opens up about his success in starting one of the country’s most successful business brands. Finally, CNN gets access to one of the hottest start-ups in Indonesia, Go Jek, to find out how Nadiem Makarim is hoping his app will help solve an age old problem: traffic and congestion.
Axelrod responds to the DNC e-mail leak: Well, it's not the story you want going into a - into the week. And, you know, Debbie Wasserman Schultz has worked very hard for a long time in this job, but she's going to have to make a decision as to whether she wants to be a distraction or not. And I'm sure there are people who are talking to her about that. I think that this, by the end of the week, will not have been the story. But at a time when they're trying to bring the party together, bring the Bernie Sanders people on board, this is not a helpful - a helpful development. [TAPPER] What would you tell them to do? If you were senior adviser to Hillary Clinton, which you are not, what - what needs to be done? Does she need to resign or does she need to apologize and fire those people that wrote those emails? What? [AXELROD] I would… [TAPPER] What's the solution? [AXELROD] - I would ask her to step aside. I would ask her to step aside, because she's a distraction on a week that is Hillary Clinton's week. So, yes, I would - I would ask her to.
Today on CNN’s State of the Union, Jeff Weaver, Senator Bernie Sanders campaign manager, joins anchor, Jake Tapper to discuss repercussions of the recent DNC e-mail leak, repercussions and more.
MANDATORY CREDIT: CNN’s “State of the Union”
Weaver on DNC e-mail leak: [TAPPER] I'm - I don't know about you, but these e-mails are pretty stunning. [WEAVER] They are stunning. And it's very, very disappointing that you see, in black and white, how top officials at the DNC were plotting to put negative stories out about Senator Sanders, about how they planned to attack him on his religion. It's really - I mean, that's just not what the Democratic Party is about.
Weaver responds to DNC e-mails plotting to leak stories about Sanders to the press: [TAPPER] The chief financial officer, Tom Marshall, I think is his name, was the one talking about the religion, and whether Bernie was Jewish or believed in God, or was an atheist or whatever, and how that might help Hillary, presumably, win voters in Kentucky and West Virginia….Is there any evidence that any of these plots actually went to were reporters and were pitched as stories? [WEAVER] Well, it's hard to know, because, as you know, a lot of time reporters get off the record documents and they're loath to give up their sources. So it's difficult to document when these things happen. But what is really very disturbing is that you had not only the CFO but you had the top staffer at the DNC, Amy Dacey, responding to that whole chain with the word, "Amen." So it was clearly from the top - you know, all the top people were involved and it's very disappointing. And I think, you know, it's great that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is not going to be speaking here, but, look, we saw in the Republican convention, we spent 48 hours with a drip, drip, drip as they refused to deal with the fact that Mrs. Trump had obviously lifted some lines from Michelle Obama's speech. I think that we should show, as Democrats, that we're more mature than that. There's obviously a problem here. Someone should resign. It should be - Debbie Wasserman Schultz should resign. Maybe some staffers should resign. We're just going to pull the Band-aid off this, get past it. I mean, there's likely to be more e-mails released in the next couple days, and I'm sure there other time periods in the campaign - which you're aware of, like the data breach time period - where there was a lot of tension. I'm sure those e-mails will be even worse.