Listen: Wnyc, Sean Carlson, Georgina Godwin discussed on BBC World Service
"In ninety three point nine FM. This is WNYC. I'm Sean Carlson for the early morning hours of Veterans Day. It'll be chilly. Temperatures hovering just above the freezing. Mark through the day today. Sunny, highs reaching the mid forties wind chills today anywhere between thirty and forty degrees. And then for tonight mostly clear, we'll see love about thirty eight degrees. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. BBC World Service at seven hours GMT this weekend with Celia Hatton. Coming up ceremonies have started across the world to commemorate the end of the great war this past century. I believe the tenor complexes tended towards upholding the highest ideals of humankind to preserve freedom to safeguard democracy to stand against tyranny. Also should red meat be taxed because of its apparently harmful health effects would also raise the revenues needed to treat the diseases. You are likely to get if you eat rhetoric process meet with us for the whole program. Our guests Georgina Godwin and Zimbabwean born journalist and broadcaster and Peter Oborne, British writer, journalist and political commentator. That's here on Bruce canton. I'm."