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"allan stewart" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:13 min | 4 months ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Let's say you're toyota venza driver and you'll love scary movies real tough now. Say there's a horror film festival at a drive in movie theater. That starts in an hour with do you as a film. Buff do well with the venza. Standard all wheel drive and available navigation. The only thing scarier than the movie will be how easy it was to get there on time introducing toyota venza everything you need when you did most learn more at toyota dot com slash venza toyota. Let's go places. Today is friday. December twenty fifth two thousand twenty on this day in nineteen fifty four. Scottish nationalists broke into westminster abbey and stole the stone of destiny and simple of scottish royalty. Welcome to today in true crime spotify original from podcast today. We're covering the shocking theft of the stone of destiny. Let's go back to london in the early morning. Hours of december twenty fifth nineteen fifty. Ian hamilton allan stewart and gavin vernon put their combined weight onto the small crowbar. The law students had no experience breaking and entering but they were willing to take great risks to liberate their quarry the hulking pine door slowly budged open with every effort but all the creaking and cracking threatened to expose them of westminster watchmen be lurking around any corner as the doors inched open. The intruders gave one last heave. Finally the entrance opened with a crash. The three men rushed into the abbey. Shut the doors behind them and waited in silence for sirens for footsteps but none came. The scots had successfully found themselves inside the poet's corner of westminster abbey in london. But breaking into one of the most beloved churches in all of england was only step one of their plan. Step to steal the stone of destiny for centuries this ancient relic was a crucial piece of the scottish royalties coronation ceremony. And now ian allen and gavin were determined to return it to its rightful place. By the time the men arrived in the confessors chapel. where the stone was held. They'd gotten much further than they'd anticipated. They never expected to actually pull off the heist. They only hoped to send a political message. They would be happy just to touch the stone before a guard spotted them but as they passed the green marble tomb of king edward the first and reached the coronation chair. True success seemed within reach. Now they just had to get the dense burdensome stone out of its compartment in the chair. The three men pushed and pulled on the hulking boulder without much luck. They were getting in each other's way in the process. They broke some of the chairs wooden pieces and knocked down an informational plaque at first the relic wouldn't budge but ian allen and gavin kept pushing. Finally the scots freed the stone from its perch within the coronation chair they then watched in horror. Hit the chapel floor with a bang and cracked into two pieces. It wasn't an optimal outcome. But it did make the stone easier to move. Ian hoisted the smaller half and hurried outside as allen and gavin dragged the larger piece to the steps of the high altar their friend and conspirator kay. Matheson waited in the darkness outside in a getaway car around five. Am ian placed his slab into the backseat of kay's car. But the activity caught the attention of a police officer and the officer was now headed in their direction. Ian jumped into the passenger seat of the car grabbed k. And started to kiss her. The pair stayed locked in their embrace until the officer arrived at their window. They wanted him to see them. After some inquiry the pair told him they were lost and searching for a bed and breakfast to spend the night. The policemen believed the story and empathized with the sham couples fabricated plight. He even engaged them in cordial conversation and offered them cigarettes. The unexpected exchange turned out to be a blessing in disguise. E and k were able to direct the cops attention away from their co conspirators. Still lurking inside the abbey. Eventually the policemen finished his cigarette k. Turned the key in the ignition and the pair wished the officer farewell. They sped off down the road with their newest acquaintance. Tailing them for a bit once. They were finally alone again k. Let ian out of the car to head back to the abbey upon arrival and found the other half of the stone of school and exactly where they'd left it and alan and gavin gone both fled after seeing the cop but ian wasn't about to give up. He used his jacket to drag the slab to a second getaway car with great effort. He lifted into the trunk and began to drive down the road alone as he did. He saw gavin and allen walking towards him and stopped allen hopped in the passenger seat alongside in but gavin worried that an alarm had already been raised and the authorities.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on GONE

GONE

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on GONE

"After eleven herald arrived at the Gillespie's as promised the party climbed into the car drove out to the viewing point and unable to see much of the ship quickly gave up on the project lazily they suggested the beach instead it was a hot day herald asserted that a dip in the water would do that I'm all good then they would all have lunch this was a sportsman's attitude exercise inherits mind was the best way to work up in appetite they arrived Chevy's soon afternoon equipped with bathing suits and ready to cool down but the party looked out at the water are in surprise herald was surprised as the rest he knew this beach like the back of his hand he said but he'd never seen the water this high viner and Martin Simpson immediately gave up any plans of swimming too rough for us they indicated as they strolled off along the shore watching the water and quiet awe and chattering softly Mrs Gillespie to shook her head emphatically at the idea of swim today it was not the day she settled onto a beach towel resigning herself to an afternoon of unmitigated heat Allan Stewart said he'd splash out near the shore and leave it at that but harold shrugged his shoulders and strode into the water alone his stride long and confident despite the current tugging at him even in the shallows his arms stretched out into practice strong strokes his body cut through the roaring waves and then he disappeared.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And it was as if the this glass disappeared in the people around us disappeared, and we were in a cafe, and we were laughing and enjoying ourselves in and she really captured that in the movie that wasn't in the beginning. You know, it's like down the road, and that sense of all of the business took place, you know, like, my my discoveries. We're in letters because you can't take anything in death row. He can't take notes can't take a pencil. You can't take anything. So all our conversation. There was like what's going on with you? How's your family or I'd say I'd sent you this book? I sent you this poem, and he would talk about his writing and in his dreams, you know, go one thing that I remember actually, I think this is from both Liz and and from Laura. I think the initial script that Jeffrey and I worked on we had presented lives in some way that it was just a little bit to Ernest a little bit too pious. And as we got to know, Liz and his lawyer, particularly got to know, Liz, she said, you know, this is a kick ass girl. You know, he's she's got some real humor, and some some some very interesting perspective on life, and that gave us a license and the gave Laura I think to invest some of herself. And to take that quality ended to fuse it into the character, which really helped and also add though that was such a joint effort because what you saw in who lives is as the filmmaker to tell a narrative that's reflective of all of us. Is you saw that anyone it needs to be anyone that can have this moment where they offer kindness to a stranger and it can impact such that's reflected when you when you're when you're making the oatmeal. You're somebody who makes oatmeal. Yeah. Exactly. And that's I think that was so important to capture, you know. Yes, you're an artist, and you're brilliant woman. And you're also a person trying to get through your day took a moment. There was a trust though that developed, you know, you know, both with Laura and also Allan Stewart. And then it, of course, later on women, you know, we were actually meeting the people involved, you know, but I had I had written a play. Thinking that would bring attention to the case. And I just was lambasted and was horrifying review where he said Elizabeth is doing more harm to the people on death row than helping them. So I had really pulled back in my honesty. I was very Frank in this play I wrote. And so by the time we David came around. And then by the time the film came around. I was kind of leery about how much do I want to tell? But after speaking, you know, like I say with the producer in you know, speaking with the actor. I just was like I trust these people they they have my interest at heart, their their intention is my intention, which is to get the story out in let people know that Rick Perry took a man's life. And it didn't have to happen. You know, he could have given him thirty days to look at the evidence. And rather than be a compassionate human being he decided to be a political agent. And that I think is a story that needs to be remembered by many people the name of the film is trial by fire it, okay? It's Friday may seventeenth larger Liz, Gilbert and ethic. Thank you so much. You're spending some time with us. That's absolutely dissolve it under your. I see. We've cut our spring pledge drive in half to bring you more news and programming from WNYC NPR. And while there would be fewer.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yes, you are. And by the way, I I forgot I headed up their spouse this theory couple of days ago. Kirk said, why is President Trump doing this? And I had this. It's a way out there theory that if they can get businesses, especially US businesses that are manufacturing things over in China. They've got the technology that they're doing things with Chinese labor and all that if they can make it. So that those businesses have a harder time selling to the US. Maybe they will move out of China to other countries where we don't have the steep tariffs. And that will reduce the business power of China. I it's it's like I said it's a little out there. Maybe that's the long term goal. Allen good, Allan Stewart, Florida Ellen. I always look forward to your calls. Specially about business. How are you? Well, you must I'm good. You good wonderful to talk about. What is exactly what you just opened with the reality is he's not thinking about necessarily moving from China to Vietnam Cambodia. He's thinking about for a two dollars. We gave up the greatest mills in the world in North Carolina to have a t shirt alad of China or polo shirt, or whatever it is. Those jobs belong back. Here we reduced the product of cotton. We can produce everything else. And then spend the money will be replaced in in respect of terrorists by having a digital people employed. The reality is not short term quarter to quarter manager no one in the real estate business is so his mentality is in six years from now I might have back two million manufacturing jobs because of I've lowered regulation I've lower taxes. And now, I'm giving you a even plain field with your labor basis cost by reducing reduced by having higher tariffs from these cheaper countries that allows that money will be applied against labor and then capital invested here. So not only do you get the benefit of the capital being invested. You get the employment taxes in the people working, right? People will be needed to work. That's it. Just think about this not in a quarter by quarter. You know, it used to have a joke with the Japanese. We had a six month business plan. They have a five year this year. Yeah. This is. This is a fifty business plan the Chinese beaten our buck fifty years. So the fact of the matter is the only way we need a little short term suffering, but we're suffering in the right direction. If we continue in the other direction, which is continue with allowing the Chinese and everybody else to beat out, but we will be suffering much greater than we will too short a period of time. I think the focus is right on China because they are that twenty twenty-five plan to basically dominate the the the world economy. I it's not that far away in. So I don't think they're worried about some other third world country. I think they're worried about we gotta get the power out of we got we got a knock them down. We gotta take them down at the kneecaps because otherwise were in deep trouble. Now, it would be nice if they moved back here. But I still think if you are making t-shirts, and it's you is going to cost you two dollars more to make a t shirt here than there. I think the person who's making those t shirts for you in China is going to move out of China or you'll get a supplier in some other country where they don't have minimum wage. They'll get some they'll it'll move somewhere else. But it will it will diminish the the business. Power of China. And I gotta feeling Alan you already know this. They're they're they are up to the point where the the labor force in China. His starting to learn about how the US works. They're starting to get labor unions. They're demanding more wages. They're not the bargain, they used to be and you throw on some tariffs. Now, the really not a bargain. So why would we do business with company in China? I think that's what they're trying to do is scare them out. Move them somewhere else. I talked to I talked to a guy from Indiana a couple of days ago, Illinois, Illinois, and he said, I'm in China, and I'm looking for another place to go. I don't blame them. Yeah. I don't blame him either. And that will diminish Chinese power. And we'll give China a serious. They have labor problems, you know, in respect of that. There's a lot of unemployment now in China, and effectively they have a lot of people, and you can't these people have tasted the concept of if I get a paycheck. I can buy things and there are things to buy in this world. In other words, the last forty years they have suddenly learn what happens in the rest of the world. And effectively, you know, they like that idea and the Chinese government not really thrilled with that. You have to you. You are a communist dictator, you cannot let the people have economic freedom or they will turn on you. And I was I was over there. I was in Hong Kong, and we took a train. I guess hour and a half into mainland China, and it was one of the new economic zones, and it was fascinating because this was apparently farmlands two or three years before. And it looked like a mini Manhattan skyscrapers all over the place and everybody there looked like they were between twenty and thirty five there were all young adults. And what there was some holiday. I don't know what it was. But they were lined up at the train station, and they had blankets. With things in Amman. I ask some of the people said, oh, we're bringing the head pots and pans and just regular crazy stuff that you and I would buy, but that they were bringing it back to their parents who lived out in the the boonies somewhere who were not able to ever see or by anything like this. So they have spread the economic message out of these economic free zones. And I thought of the time you can't have an economic free zone and keep control of of the people. So I think this is maybe a Porsche get those people out of there. Find some other countries. There's only one problem with governments when they feel they're losing some grip of power in from over the people not only do they do Venezuela. But they also do what they've done all over the world. They go to war. Just think about on a mind minor point when when the government was falling the military junta was falling. What they do. They attack the fault getting three thousand sheep. I mean, the idea was that they want to stir up some nationalism within their own country, which would take their mind off of the things they weren't now having or couldn't get now. It's somebody else's fault. You on if the Chinese do that, then we're in serious trouble because they are they gonna attack that's gonna make any. Japan. Used to be used to be the other way around Japan doesn't have any natural resources. So their history is going to war with somebody who has energy now. Now have on Taiwan. And if they make a move on Taiwan US won't have the intestinal fortitude to go save Taiwan and the one es. No that. I think Beijing does to think about that. Beijing. Maybe with Trump. They're going with this guy could be crazy enough who knows? If it was Hillary made the move. You're right. No. I mean, I give Donald Trump a hard time about some of the crazy stuff that he does. But it there's a benefit to have in kind of a crazy stuff that he does. Because nobody knows what this guy going to do. So this meeting at the White House starts in fifteen minutes. And I'm sure that they're thinking I feel like they're in the courthouse. Trying to cut a deal in the hallway before they got to go in and actually talk to the judge. I hope you're right. You're right. Sent them back into the hallway and said you'd better figure this out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Alan always going to talk to you. Thanks. I appreciate it free shaped your call eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred. Yeah. This is a chessboard this. This isn't checkers. This is. This is Jess and all the moving parts here. They can they can move wherever money is fungible. And it can move to wherever it needs to move that may or may not be in China's interest. But I think a lot of countries companies over there may be looking for a new address. We'll be right back. Stop yelling at the radio and get on the phone your with Tom Sullivan. News ninety three point one big. Hey at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On Christmas Eve nineteen fifty. There was an evening service at Westminster Abbey in London. This ancient gothic church is one of England's most important landmarks. After the service finished and the lights were switched off. A group of Scottish students quote inside their leader was an ex servicemen and low student in Hamilton. To me way back in nineteen fifty. It'd be a reasonable thing to break into Westminster Abbey because after all. You shouldn't keep stolen trough of today in your church. Ian supported home rule for Scotland escorted parliament, which will decide on Scottish affairs separately from the UK parliament in London and to reinvigorate the feeling of national identity among fellow Scott. He came up with this idea to bring home the stone of destiny escorts relic since ancient some said, even biblical times. We've got to go back a long time. When England kept invading Scotland, we had stone kings were traveling on road and about twelve ninety six. Edward I of England invaded Scotland stole the stone of destiny we have always owned and still do, but naturally ins plan of breaking into Westminster Abbey seemed pretty crazy even to fellow nationalists lead, the greatest difficulty was getting people to help me because nobody believes that possible at lust and found three people who agreed to join him the fellow students from Glasgow University Kay Matheson govern Vernon and Allan Stewart. So a few days before Christmas the group set off on there, very long and very cold journey to London. We had too old cars and wouldn't wintertime people didn't drive much the grizzlies snowplows in the Lord's in nineteen fifty. So we drove it took about twenty four hours. The original plan had been to take the stone on the twenty third of this. Remember, I would get myself. Locked in the. Tools plastered road. My body. Oh, was that would unscrew the Lopes on one door? The others would come in about midnight. Overdose Cup for the night. Watchman? To talk my way of that the students returns to the abbey the following night on Christmas Eve, Ian and the other two men broking while K waited outside in the car. Well, we knew it was it was kept in a combination chair chair. That'd been made specially followed. No, you'll see there's a hollow allege. I'm Denise we to prize stone out from that whole allege. But the stone was incredibly heavy it weighed more than one hundred and fifty kilos, and they dropped it late to see I was terribly over all the Brooklyn Lewis stone of destiny, but I wasn't glad closer over away. Made it easier to hunter. There was actually a crack on somebody had placed a ball against that drilling. Those suffragette. We finished the damage. So now, the stone of destiny was in two parts I picked up the smaller clubs and carry the tote to the Todd that was driven by Masterson. Policemen came on SARS and pretended were a couple of young lovers and Dr. Of the police have issued the description of a man and woman who was seen in a Ford and your car near the abbey in the small hours of Christmas. Morning orders. Went out for a strict search on roads ports on K drove off with the smaller part of the stone leaving it with friends halfway to Scotland. In the meantime, is great difficulty. Ian, got the bigger part of the stone into the second car for the time being they left the stolen on the verge of some woods and returned home without it. But they began to worry the stolen wouldn't react well to the Colt we would back down to get it. Those are gypsies fire gypsies caravan. Just exactly stone was we got the story. Note, and none of the gypsies ever told the police about us soon. Both parts of the stone were successfully transported to Scotland and eventually reunited by stonemason. In the meantime, the police search was on and the press keen on this story on Friday. The search took a new turn with a police working on the theory that the stone may have been dumped on the water..

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"allan stewart" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"But so a lot of people change their names because they back in the day. Because they felt like it would hamper their careers now. I would like to think if your name was Albert Einstein. It just be weird that you were named after one of the smartest people ever. Woody Allen is Allan Stewart. Conan's Berg, really. Yeah. Holdings bird eggs Berg, Kirk Douglas, look up Kirk Douglas, their Bergman Bergman didn't change his name. You could have got. I used to work. Well, he's a producer. Right. Right. Right. Buggy cares about producer. He he hosts the Aberdeen. Get drunk Lakers Lakers after dark, I actually did change my name in Hawaii to Greg Adams that is so he couldn't wait a minute. Be honest about this is it because you thought Bergman's to Jewish. Yes. Hundred percent. And what? Okay. So let me get inside your head there for a second. Why again, I I've I've said on the show before the thing I understand least in the world is anti-semitism. Just don't get it done. And why you would ever hold a prejudice against somebody just because they were Jewish. It's beyond me. I understand. It's two hundred years of history and people send me emails. I just don't get it. What it's the same to me as treating someone different because they're black. But we were all like that. Irish Irish point. I don't get it for people our age. Holy we'll do the polish. You still felt like if you tried to sell yourself as great Bergman some people wouldn't listen because you sounded too Jewish right? And I also worked for a Salem community Salem communications. And it's a very Christian based interesting. And I so I changed it away from being a Jewish name. Hey, let me you know, what there's always some aspect of society, some segment of society culturally that is discriminated against right now. For example, if you happen to be Muslim, probably we'll have prejudice against team was Hussein or Muhammad any, you know, any Muslim noon point, there's always one we have to grow. We have to grow out of all this stuff. And I'm sure sooner or later it'll happen I discovered something. I've no idea victory. Depots plan tonight. You know, what's the Victor Oladipo? Okay. And before you get really good sake. Kirk Douglas, his name, Greg is, sir. Daniel ovatch. Now that one would have been off it'd be tough to wait. Wait a minute Arnold Schwarzenegger sold his name true. So if you could see if we can learn how to pronounce Schwarzenegger we pronounce any, right or Patel. The victim depot tonight. So people don't know Lakers pacer. Yep. At Staples Center. We don't know depots gonna play. He's missed the last five games with a sore. Right. Knee friend of mine that were sort of pacer said he'd be very surprised if he did if he does play here in town, and he'll be on the bench tonight. Either way he was on sportscenter last night with Neil Evert. And he talked about dropping his new album. I knew he could sing in Indiana. If you go on YouTube, you can hear him sing. And he's got a good voice. So to me, I'm just like, oh, sure. Just another jock trying to be a recording artist. And then I have first of all let me just say much of his music unbelievably filthy, sexual like, right? Okay. Yeah. But he singing we could not. It was hard to find a song that we could play. But ultimately, we found actually play the single next you found Victor Oladipo single. We found his single. Yes. Excellent. Yeah. You know, one of my parties recently while a couple years ago. Greg Bergman I tried to connect with a girl. I thought was perfect for him. This is before graded screw it up. No. She did not give him the time of day. I enter do some she was off to the next person so fast. I tried. You did you did try and when I found out who it was. I'm glad that it didn't happen, by the way. Right. It's it's a good thing. Sliding doors up with her you wouldn't have met your girlfriend well that. Yes. And also there's other aspects of this job that that is not a good thing to be doing..

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"allan stewart" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Well in his shooting percentage the rest of the way mesa in ireland it is mason shaded a maze ncaa oh yeah yeah and ryan 'caminante ski totally forgot i blanked on that espn ally vile bow all right so i i just put by the way a couple of things brian kilmeade ski is going to change his on air name um because it's confusing there are two of them and came in it's skis not a great on air name so if you've got an idea for i just tweeted this out an idea for what name brian cheminant the message made is actually the it it it be being people confuse me with that anchor of a brother that i right why and interest not yeah it's i'm by the go by allan stewart koenigsberg that will be nice woody allen's real name wrote see for time to be attaching yourself to really it's completely can be go leroy yellen yeah i i want to touch on the lakers 'cause last night the lakers looked really good they shredded miami this lakers team since the let's see use you sent some numbers today brian since january the six they have the third best record in the league at sixteen in seven eighth best offensive rating 10th best defensive rating eighth best net rating they are tied for seventh for best threepoint shooting percentage at thirty seven percent that was a big weakness early on they are still taken close to thirty three game their first in total rebounds a game and their fifth in assists per game this is all a tribute to luke walton who has done this by the way six weeks without one of the most important players he's god if not the most important lonzo ball.

"allan stewart" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"When receiver develop gough some more of sea run the offense to todd girlie again and that defense is going to be just as good as they were this year um this your next year so they really have done to be worried about i know they finish the season but lebanon five i think it was yeah finish season and fog outbounce in the first round but i mean this was a good um a good second season for joerg offering your looked a whole lot better than needed last there so i'm not worried about the rams at all are going to be fine and they're going to be super bowl contenders one forward in the next few years so get said though be fine as for that other nfc game the new orleans saints won that one thirty one to twenty six and start off with carolina stats kamdoum completed 24 out of his forty passes had three hundred and forty nine yards two touchdowns john allan stewart had 11 cares for fifty one yards kamnu into gulf of the ball eight times had thirty seven yards christian mccaffrey had 6 receptions for sixteen yards also had a sixers or he had 6 russia's for sixteen yards excuse me he had 6 receptions for one hundred one yards and a touchdown greg olsen at eight receptions for 100 and seven yours at a touchdown and devon french has had four receptions for seventy nine yards as for those new orleans saints drew brees had 23 i am completions at a two thirty three attempts he had three hundred seventy six yards two touchdowns one interception allen camara had 10 cares for twenty three yards and a touchdown marking rome had 9 cares for twenty two yards neither really did anything notable on the receiving end me camara had a catch return yards in ingram had a catch for thirteen yards michael thomas had eight receptions for one hundred thirty one yards ted gin against his former team had four receptions for one hundred fifteen yeah.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Him the group included a family friend allan stewart march to restore survivior amd martin simpson that rousseau sultry overcast canada was warm it was hard enough to go for a swim the expedition was really to go down to the very end of the by and watch this round the world yachtsman alec rose a sale his yacht in through the heads and on the way back decided just to go down the beach for quick swim the beach was a secluded one part of the military training school the prime minister was dressed casually in short send sand shoes when harold drove into the military base the young private at the guy didn't recognize him and wouldn't let him in and the herald said i'm the prime minister's some new bed a let me in he got the salute and the guy opened and that was all that was required at first the conditions didn't look too bad the beach is an ocean beach and the waves were pretty big that harold to the city knew at well about when he went in the tide turned things changed the wind sprung up and the seas became enormous so loud was isoed of inviting i went in for a con of up to my knees basically and thought now not going any further than this it looks a bit rough for me but pound was somewhat will match our than may and and went in for a deeper swim having decided against a swin martin and his girlfriend fino went for a stroll along the beach as we came back we saw viner's mother marjorie standing on a rocky outcrop she looked amazing really like something out of a film today she's wearing a bikini where the kind of shift funny kotey thing over it blowing back in the wind and she had a handover ours looking at to see murray got closer she turn.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"The way i talk like hugs is coming over to help me with something i'm mike and steering off the lawn he's manor is a nightime he comes in the more or walks by jason alisa there was a with that you're very consistent with man kiss her matt and like yes throughout i am sorry said thought the jews nice we're going to have a great that has admitted to the rebels mike you both whatever i pretend to the marriage jason statham guide gave the get go i like the allan stewart all right us you try to fit in taiwan as a hot war this is under logic jason this was for you your boy jon bon jovi well actually just bon jovi sorry ban bon jovi won the fan vote for the two thousand eighteen rock and roll hall of fame and so they will officially bongani gandhi the whole world sport god bless america the whole world lecoq everyone else is like i thought he died funny that you say no not too long ago it more on this side of the generation yes he the band the rock band was the first rock band to also have a number of number one country hit with who says you can't go home which was not close to the loud well thing when i saw bon jovi a direct tv commercial laws like how they did a hologram because he's been dead for thirty years logging but we're happy for i am happy finally they get the recognition they deserve hugs ban at captain towns will be the next what's the standard now no standard sr what there are heavy heavy standards is banned that influenced the i'm not going to get after you on your care favorite war but i'll take living on a prayer yacht here i mean it's it's averted a million times that i'm kind of sick of it at times when every year you know after time it comes back out it's a longstanding clock that gluons goes.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on KTRH

"You use over fifty gigs per month you may notice reduce speeds finance agreement credit and serves require if you afraid three injured all the pro credits man contact us for details let me get beat the cheers gone mickovic to resuming for another win this season the new line of just made rick pick through a powerhouse with big mac fully of this piece chicken mcnuggets endlessly resource each hagen cheese meat produced we gotta say both brains are getting pretty hard and here's a new mix you for five hours when he was assured yield choose any two favorite for just five yards mix and match yours today i participating mcdonald's limited time offer single item at regular price mm gordon deal here up at five catch houston's morning news jimmy barrett and sheriff frier keep you in touch in on time with traffic and weather together garrison minutes on their test first news this morning with gordon deal the mix was been example this welcome into wednesday good news for cheese lovers a neighbor of cheese a day apparently keeps heart disease away story in the new york daily news says a recent analysis showed that people await a little bit of cheese every day were less likely to develop heart disease compared to those who rarely or never aided at all the researchers from china had the netherlands examined data compiled from fifteen previous studies were most of the participants were track for at least ten years over all those who ate more cheese had a fourteen percent lower risk of developing heart disease and were ten percent less likely to have a stroke but experts warned that the findings were not linear meaning the study does not advocate eating enormous quantities of cheese people who seemed to have health benefits from cheese eight about forty grams a day or about a square the size of a match book dr allan stewart at mount sinai medical center in new york says this is not the same as eating a big slice of cheesy pizza every day researchers say the dairy product contains helpful ingredients like calcium protein and probiotics but also high levels of saturated fat which can cause high cholesterol and an increased risk of heart disease it's eight minutes now in front of the.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Allan stewart admission of obstruction feathers more breaking news us supreme court has just granted a government request to allow the third version of that president trump's travel ban to go fully into effect pending appeal the first time the high court has allowed any version of a controversial ban to go forward in its entirety we're covering all of that much more this hour with our guest included senator chris goons of the jewish judiciary and foreign relations committee and our correspondents is specialists are also standing by first let's get straight to the breaking news our justice corespondent jessica schneider is working the story for us jessica if the president knew flynn misled the fbi when he asked then director rocco me to drop his fbi investigation raises serious questions about obstruction of justice it does wolf it's the timelines here and then is once again bringing those obstruction questions to the forefront a source says the president was told in late january that michael flynn likely lied to the fbi will two weeks later right after flynn was fired then fbi director james comey says the president asked him to drop the investigation into flynn tonight a store sell cnn that president trump was told in january by the white house counsel that he believed national security adviser michael flynn misled not just the vice president but also the fbi about conversations flynn had with russia's ambassador and recommended to the president that he fire michael flynn white house counsel don mcgann did not say flynn had broken the law or that he was under investigation mcgann made the recommendation after a meeting with ben acting attorney general sally yates yates came to the white house in january twenty six and warned mcgann that flynn may be subject to blackmail by the russians who knew that flynn had indeed discussed sanctions with ambassador sergei kislyak the first thing we did was to explain to mr mckay and that the underlying conduct that general flynn had engaged and was problematic in and of itself secondly we told him we felt like the vice president and others were entitled to know that the information that they were conveying to the american people wasn't true.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The worst tv show ever bridge deuce i mean that might be worse bad once you know even worse than that but that you know his won't wing down there at the bottom i mean i guess it's okay as a stick on ah late night tv show but i don't know car pool carry okay i can't even say a fivetimes fast right so before we talk about what they might be doing the steven spielberg which seems like it might be a deal do disagree before we go on the care car pro kariuki so now the steven the steven spielberg deal uh well i mean you know allan stewart hasn't had a hidden while but a a you know they're definitely aiming higher up with that so i mean it's better than a you know that the kind of crap they've been releasing so far atlanta the apsin carpool kariuki every member here to visit other ten seeing the part of tv movie producers when they run out of ideas you reboot said of course we have the new star trek movies where they go into an alternate 'timeline over the years they've tried to make movies of tv shows in addition to star trek so they did ice by with eddy merckx fee doing the bill cosby part it was a lousy film really really bad and forgetting the various and sundry problems that bill cosby has now i've spy wisday trendsetting film because it was the first scripted drama with an african american in one of the lead roles just think back in the 1960s how important vet was forgetting bill cosby's problems for a moment and some of those movies do well but more often than not they take the original concept like the a team i guess that did half decently and they come up with something were they a exaggerate the.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Concern for the larger more powerful hurricane armagh in other words and their customers and or the company was scared so 55 of their stores were closed for at least one day only minor damage those stores but fourteen or closed for more three days and more and as a result they're working with their insurance provider get recovery claims are not saying they're going to get him the result of that concern hurricane harvey digital retail offers of the calls in the closeout florida an eastern distribution centres and corporate offices and as a result company blaming the hurricane on missing the quarter but and so the stock closed down to down twelve percent so big decline of heavy furniture a right from the open this closing a 24 twenty heavy from dementia based in atlanta georgia it's now as a mark cavill only five hundred and seven million dollars here's a fun story and this is a bow to wells fargo they said you know on human alice still overwhelmingly bullish on alphabet in facebook if you take a look they certainly are a new robot alice at wells fargo says it's time to sell late last month wells fargo analysts ken center introduced i think it's era artificially intelligent to equity research to answer the buffet as massive automated grunt work to support cumin analysts as they attract stock to make trade recommendations and so errors approach according to the allan stewart wells fargo this week appears is having more conservative than last week as she i she became a she places a hold recommend dacian and eleven names and even going so we've argue she has diplays gulu and facebook and the south category and senate says in a new note set out to clients on friday having said that rosie was a she she's a robot they said we would reiterate that era remains intestine learn mode and therefore has no current baring our longterm outlooks are radi things including facebook an google both of which rate outperform we so can respectively senna federalist you say facebook.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A onetime items let us go scrapped its dividend back in the early 20th thing opting instead to reinvest profits to compete with a german discounts as alley unbelievable tesco now says is going to pay an interim dividend of one penny per share tesco shares off to a good start slowing up just over one percent also worth points out of the bloomberg tv's country speeds of company's cfo allan stewart that sets eight fortyfive london time all right so that's tesco that social talk about pirelli because it starts trading that said this morning in milan your existing investors in the tire company hoping to rise as much as to ports excited billion euros with the rpo shares being self between six point five and six point seven euros each as part of the chinese let takeover in 2015 pirelli spun off its industrial truck business so he could focus on high and toys for consumer vehicles cesca sorts proudly shows off the starting blocks more there at six point three seven euros a disturbed down a touch or at dublin bucks you in parts thank you very much indeed for triggers through those stocks to watch this morning now let's take you through our top stories today in the united states president donald trump's advisors have given him a final list of recommended candidates to lead the us federal reserve and they have ended their search according to to people familiar with the matter janet yellen is still under consideration even though few if any in the white house advocating how reappointment meanwhile jeffrey good lack the money moneymanager he predicted donald trump's election victory he's tips neil cash currently to be the next fed chair and we'll be speaking to the fed vice chairman stanley fischer at eleven thirty a m uk time yeah it's also distinct to see heather betting markets have put the.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Young boy watching that for the first time maybe about the age of seven or eight or something how terrifying that scene was in the way that she reacts when she realizes that he's move the little bit but his ensure and then he begins to set up and then she knows and she can barely move it just it it was a wonderful film of it of its kind and i can i definitely recommend it to a better known is that same year a film that he was in again with orson welles 1958 and paul newman called the long hot summer he plays allan stewart who is in love with orson welles his daughter in that kind of like a of our rival in that too in that film of for the the attentions of paul newman's character and it's he plays that role very very well i mean orson welles coming at his he is the wealthy landowning business guy in the small southern town really groff rumpold gets his way all the time and he comes up to richard anderson at his house in confronts him and anderson is a sort of polish debonair very educated i think probably out in the east there in he just looks like an affront total anomaly in the small town of what are you want with my daughter he had to really insulting him and how richard anderson's character stands as ground it's it's it's it's a wonderful wonderful seen in the long hot summer pads of glory kirk douglas is arguably his greatest film of all from 1950 seven and um anderson has a role in that as um as a colonel you remember that film it is a stanley kubrick's film and i can't remember whether it's kubrick's first film or not but it was certainly one of his his say his earliest one that really brought him renown it it is based on a true story that occurs i think a 1917 because of these incredible waves of frontal assault on the part of the french army on the western front against entrenched german positions the carnage was so complete that various detachments of a regiment have th there's cert like a spontaneous mutiny now whether or not historically it spontaneous or whether is planned but apparently just a breaking point had been reached.

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"allan stewart" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"allan stewart" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"This is why men sunni prayer of i don't think it's her it almost hence to our i unless you just was doing it so close to his life it oh yeah down several farrell's children are in the film including shunii oh that's really uncomfortable that really like met brings it all home is he's fifty five sixty she's nine i don't think he was sixty at lucky doesn't matter sister he could have been twenty she was nine it's uncomfortable the you don't see how old i was nineteen 35 that movie command eighty five so his gift if fifty not prey is no great age with nine is my point that sure there is no nine or pre eighty one enough now tell me what what else actual name us i used to know this it's like allan stewart koenigsberg the i love that film it's got a young johnson it right it does of young dutch or an old on rhetoric with our eyes script yeah richard jenkins but the great line is they said you can't name names in the child molestation sketch and he goes we don't need means while we said was the pope arrived which for it and in the net movie predates the catholic scandal that's drugs interesting.

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