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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:52 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Like you could be great on the perimeter when you know you got somebody behind you. So maybe I don't know. Maybe it still is about the Biggs more than the guards. Yeah, I mean, that's one thing I always told my guys is, you know, I know how tough it is to go out of a guard on the perimeter the way they handle the ball in ways shoot the ball. You know, so, you know, I always just told them, you know, hey, I got you back. I'm right here, you know, force them here for us in there, you know, let me help you. Let me show you why I'm out here, you know? So, you know, I was, you know, pretty good at convincing my guys that, you know, that as good as anybody is on the offensive being on the floor, I'm just as good or defensive in. So let's take it better than my talent on defensive end of the floor and make some things happen. So it worked out. Your career was at the same time as obviously some of the all time great bigs. And of course, you know, Shaq notably because you guys went up against each other in the 2004 finals. You know what it's like to be battling guys bigger than you taller than you and everything. You played way beyond your size. And then the center's kind of went away for a while, at least the offensive centers, and now we've got this renaissance going, right, going on right now, right? Yo kitchen embiid, both among leading candidates for MVP. Giannis, not a center, but he's 7 feet and he's a something. I don't know, Giannis is just Giannis. They call him the Greek freak for a reason. But still, these are all 7 footers who are highly skilled and highly effective. If I'm now transporting prime Ben Wallace to the present. Who are those three is giving you the biggest nightmare? I mean, man, they all tough, man. You know, like you said, the game has evolved position on the big man has evolved into more of a stress for, you know, a guy that can step out and knock down a tray ball and put the ball on the floor. So, you know, I hear people talk at all the time if, you know, if he played back in the day or I played him now, you know what I'm saying? There's two different games. It's two different styles of basketball. You know, just like any great athlete, we're gonna adjust to the style of the game that we play with. You know, maybe if I get a little time to get out there to adjust and get warmed up and used to the style of the game that they're playing now, then yeah, I have no doubt that I'd be affected. But, you know, to just say, take my past out of play and bring it to the present, you know, it might not work. Always a different game right there. You might be looking for something different. And so, but if I came into the game with the style to play that they planned to date, then I would say that would be a different story. But it's hard just take one way that you used to plan and try to come out here and think that you could, you could play with these with these guys and the way they the way they get after it. So, you know, but you were, I mean, you were athletic mobile big yourself, right?.

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:23 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"What percentage of players you think are probably using it anyway for all the reasons that we just talked about? You know what? I don't even know, you know, when I was when I was playing, you know, I probably could take a better guess at it, but you know, I don't know that, you know, they came up with these new thing called time management and all this stuff. So code management, yeah. Yeah, old management, you know? So I don't know if the guy is quite beat up as bad, but I'm not quite sure of what percentage is trying to, but you know, for the most part, you know, I've tried and it definitely works for me. Yeah. If people want to find out more about that, they can go to the website, which is BW for Ben Wallace, of course. BW undrafted dot com, you can find more information there. Ben was talking a little bit about the current season if you don't mind. You and da can't be my tempo, the only four time defensive players of the year in the history of the NBA. So there's no more qualified person I could find to ask for your advice on filling out my ballot, which will be coming sometime in the next few days. I don't know how close the attention you're paying to the current season or the DPO Y candidates. You got a favorite in there? No, not really, man. You know, I really haven't been following it as close as I used to. You know, since now that I'm working with the pistons or whatever, I saw this kind of focus, you know, a little more of my time and energy on the team here. But I haven't been following it as close, you know. I know it's a little disappointing, but it's okay. Well, let me ask you this because I was looking this up again. It's now been 26 years. Since Gary Payton won as a guard. And in that time, since then, so it's been all bigs basically power forwards and centers and power forwards and centers have been largely interchangeable in recent years.

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:14 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"That's BREO dot CO. Now very pleased to be joined by not just an NBA legend, but probably one of the most unique players in NBA history. Ben Wallace has been, how are you, sir? I'm doing pretty good. I'm doing well, doing well. Thanks. Thank you for joining us. A lot of NBA things I would love to chat with you about, which we'll get to, but let's start with this. You have just launched a new line of cannabis products. If people are watching the YouTube version of this podcast, they can see rare on your hat. That's the company you partnered with on drafted, not only a motto for you on the sweatshirt. But the name of the cannabis line. So you've just launched this line of cannabis products and you are not the first NBA player to do this in recent years. This seems to be somewhat of an emerging trend. What brought you or led you into this particular business endeavor? You know, one of the biggest thing is, you know, here in all the stories about, you know, some of the guys, I'm going to play on some of the coaches, you know, that once they've retired from basketball, you know, being hooked on anti inflammatory and paying killers, you know, and the fact that it was able to use cannabis as a replacement for anti inflammatories and painkillers all in all in one. You know, so that was my biggest thing. You know, it was the health kick for it, you know, it's a tremendous, you know, help me for what because it does, you know, relaxes the pains, you know, take some take down some of the swelling and you don't, you know, you don't get it hooked on drugs that do damage or harm to your body. Yeah, I think people probably don't appreciate or understand this and part of that's probably on us in the media for not probably reporting on this enough, but the strength of anti inflammatories, the intensity of the anti inflammatory guys in the NBA and I'm sure all the other sports as well have to take. It does damage. I mean, we remember years and years ago, there were some concerns about kidney issues. I think I'm trying to remember if Lonzo mornings kidney issues were tied to that and I remember there was some coverage 20 years ago or so about the concern that teams were just over prescribing. The guys were popping these things like candy. I remember Rick Fox telling me about back in the day. Like, yeah, I just walk in every day, they just like pour me a handful. How much of a concern has that been an NBA locker rooms during your career? It's obviously been ten years since you've been in the league, but what are we not getting about how we treat pain in professional sports?.

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

01:33 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"A lot of shooting. And a lot of shooting. A lot of shoes. You know, that's the thing. Butler and at a bile are both guys who can make plays. They play through them. And then you've got Tyler hero who's the best bench player in the league, can really score. And then you've got Robinson stress, Vincent. Martin, I mean PJ Tucker is shot the ball real well. Kyle Lowry and now they're toughness is just, that's the physically probably the toughest team in the league. I still think Milwaukee's probably better. Everybody at full strength. I still like Milwaukee, brook Lopez looks good to me. You know, he can still play the role that he's played all these years. They needed him back to have some size. I'd still probably pick them if I had to pick it, I'd pick them and Phoenix to be right back in the finals again with a different result this time. Well, and by the way, since you mentioned Jimmy Butler's reputation or his past, there's also one of the all time greatest game of zones episodes featuring Jimmy Butler and that Timberwolves team that he was part of. That one's also worth looking up. I'll send you both links. This has been a, this has been a blast folks. Stay tuned because after Stan, we still have Hall of Famer Ben Wallace coming up for the latter part of the episode. Stan, this has been great, man. Thanks so much. We'll have to do it again during the playoffs..

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:30 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"The team that surprised us the most, right? So the Taylor Jenkins Memphis Grizzlies scenario and you were talking about that earlier. But we also have a bunch of those kinds of teams this year. The other category is occasionally a Greg Popovich actually wins it for being a great coach of a great team that one 60 plus games or something. But more often than not it goes from somebody who the team made a big leap and we couldn't see it coming. They made the most out of the least that that kind of category. And so drawing from both of those categories, there's some overlap too between the two, I came up with like 11 guys the other day, which is ridiculous. It's a third of the league. But that's where I'm sort of at. To me, the two hardest ones Howard this year, when I was looking at it, somebody had questioned me and I started looking at it. We're coach of the year and most improved player. I can do the other ones all pretty, pretty quickly and easily, at least get it narrowed down to a couple guys. But most improved in coach of the year to me are hard and I had a long list on coach of the year also. So this was my list. I'm sure they're similar. Taylor Jenkins, emea doka Mani Williams taron, JB bickerstaff, Mike Malone. Perennially underrated and underappreciated, I think, for what he's done there. We give jokic a lot of credit rightfully for what the nuggets have done with no Jamal Murray and Michael Porter junior, but Mike Malone keeping that thing together and getting the most out of the rest of the cast should be noted. Billy Donovan, Jason Kidd, Chris Finch, Steve Kerr, Eric spoelstra, all for different reasons or some similar reasons. Some of those I'm going to be able to knock out quicker than others, right? It's like, it's a three man ballot. Steve kerner exposed to probably won't be there at the end. I think I'm leaning pretty heavily toward Jenkins, you DOCA, I feel like ty Lou has to be on there. I voted for money Williams last year, thought he should have won. He actually had the most first place votes, but lost on points to tibs. I'm tempted to get money back in there again. But this is a really tough one this year. Stan, when you look at it, do you see it the same way that we in the media do at your part media now too, but you have the coaching background, do we lean too far sometimes toward the, oh wow, that team really surprised us so that guy's coach of the year, or do you kind of see it the same way? Yeah, no, sort of the same way. I think, again, I started with a long list to me, what Monty's done has been incredible. I mean, you know, 61 wins was still 7 games to go. And really impressive going 11 and four without Chris Paul. I thought that was an impressive streak and just how complete that team is and how disciplined that team is. I think it's been incredible. The thing with Taylor Jenkins and why putting at the top is I just haven't seen teams this young do this. Yeah. I mean, to be so good at both ends of the floor, you might get a yum team and you see their talent and their great offensively and their defense breaks down. But they're a top 5 or 16 at both ends of the floor..

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

02:36 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"So if you go back to the beginning of the year, they started the year, they were 9 and ten. And they were last in the league defensively. And they're under 500. So jaw goes out and they go, I believe ten and two in that first stretch with him out and they go from last defensively to first defensively with him out. That was the turnaround. Then the defense when he came back dropped a little, but has been very, very solid. Even with him in the lineup all year, so it's not just that jaws a great player. He's unselfish. Guys love playing with him. I mean, I really struggle to figure it out. And a lot of Memphis fans like when I've tweeted about it in things, get upset. Like, oh well, they haven't played anybody when Josh out. I mean, they try to make excuses and I'm not ripping on John Moran. I love John Moran. I can't understand how this is even possible, but yes, they're scheduled has been a little weaker with him out. But they've still beaten good teams also, and they have destroyed people with him out. I mean, they're winning by 2030 every night. Their margin of victory is off the charts. It's hard to explain. Now, Titus Jones has had a remarkable year as a backup point guard. Perennial leader in assisted turnover ratio be a shot the ball better. You know, they get good shots and they're defense they can lean on in that attack mentality on both ends of the floor. So we talked about it on offense. They also lead the league in steals, blocks, turnovers forced. I mean, they are coming at you all the time and Taylor Jenkins has just done a fabulous job. I mean, there have been several, I think, sort of over the top coaching jobs this year, but Taylor Jenkins would be my choice for coach of the year based on what he's done with his team and with a guy that quality of John Moran being out 20 games and being able to win 90% of those. He's got my vote. I don't have a boat, but he would have my vote if I had one. We'll get to coach of the year later too. I definitely have a stupidly long list that I wanted to go through with you. At target, we come in for black owned coffee and leave with change in our hands..

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:55 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Going to make the playoffs or play in and now house poll George. Is this going to be the proverbial team? None of the first top seeds want to see in the first round. Do you give them a shot of actually winning a series as they are assuming no Kauai? Well, I think a lot of it depends on that first play in game, right? I mean, so they're going to get Minnesota probably maybe Denver Dallas, but probably Minnesota. If they can win that with Memphis being a very good but inexperienced team and John morant going through some health problems right now, I would definitely give them a chance because they're also I think very optimistic they're going to get Norman Powell back, which gives them another big weapon. Then I think they would have a chance in a first round series, but if they lose the first play in game and they even say when the second one and have to play Phoenix, no. I just Phoenix is too good. Like the narrative has been. Oh, there's no dominant teams this year. It's wide open. And then I keep looking at the standings and looking at the numbers and saying, you can't dominate a league much more than Phoenix has this year. And I just don't see without Kawhi Leonard. I don't see the clippers being able to get through a series against, you know, against Phoenix. You've perfectly previewed one of my other topics on my notes list about the sun. So I'm gonna put a pin in that though, we'll get back to it. You touched on something or made a remark about the grizzlies that, you know, I believe this after covering the league for 25 years, there are certain almost immutable laws of the NBA of the playoffs in particular. And occasionally they get broken, but one of them is young teams that are just making their breakthrough don't usually win at a high level in their first year, right? Even if you're the second seat as the grizzlies are now, typically you got to take your lumps. And we all believe in that because we've seen it happen so many times over it feels like that's in a immutable law of the NBA postseason. But the grizzlies have been really good. And I know, as you mentioned, is banged up right now. So let me just do the truth test here, Stan. Is it really that hard for a young team that and they were in a playoff series last year granted, but that has not even won a single playoff series together yet. Is it really the case? And why is it? Is it, I mean, it's an easy thing to say, well, they're inexperienced at that level. Is it as simple as that that the grizzlies are going to get hit with some things? Let's say against the clippers if they make it or whoever it may be in the 7 spot that they're just not used to seeing is the adjustments that are going to be thrown at them, that they're not used to. Like what is it that makes it so difficult for the young inexperienced team, especially when they've had a regular season like this. Like it feels disrespectful when we say this about the grizzlies almost, but I believe it also. Well, right, first of all, though, I would say, you know, they were in the playoffs, as you noted last year. So they have a little better idea of what to expect. And then they're also as far behind as they are in Phoenix. I mean, they're 5 full games ahead of,.

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

03:14 min | Last month

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Yeah, I've got two guests for the second week in a row. We're very generous here at SI. First, I've got the Hall of Famer Ben Wallace, former NBA champion with the pistons, of course. Ben has launched a new cannabis venture, it's called undrafted, a nod to his own career, of course, which you can learn more about at BW as in Ben Wallace, BW undrafted dot com. We discussed that new venture, as well as a bevy of NBA topics. Of course, having to include had to include defensive player of the year because Ben Wallace won four of those tied with to kimbi matumbo for the most ever. Ben Wallace actually second, I should say, in the pod because first up, I've got Stan van Gundy of TNT and NBA TV. We had a ton to discuss, of course, at this late stage in the season, we get into the sun's title hopes why he thinks that Phoenix is absolutely the favorite. How far the grizzlies can go, what the Celtics can do now without Robert Williams, how far can the nets get after their weird jagged season? Plus, Stan gives us his picks for coach of the year and defensive player of the year and lots, lots more, never any shortage of strong opinions when you have Stan van Gundy on the pod. Before we get to all that, a reminder, please rate review and subscribe to the crossover wherever you get your podcasts. If you got feedback for me, please hit me on Twitter at Howard Beck. Okay, Stan van Gundy followed by Ben Wallace all coming up next so stick around. Now very pleased to welcome Stan van Gundy Stan. How are you,.

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Live updates: UK Defense Secretary: Russia growing desperate

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Live updates: UK Defense Secretary: Russia growing desperate

"Russia is attempting to regain momentum in its assault on Ukraine Britain's defense secretary Ben Wallace says Russia's advanced tools the capital Kiev continues to face pressure from Ukrainian forces around nearby towns in addition a link the Russian column remains stuck on the road north of Keith Wallace believes Russian forces are becoming more and more desperate in the face of such minute trip on supply hold ups leading to what he calls indiscriminate shelling of civilians he adds the Russian ministry have been let down by a polling leaders and a pulling plans and now he says you see them the treaty at large scales dying I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Russia batters Ukraine; both sides say ready for more talks

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Russia batters Ukraine; both sides say ready for more talks

"Russia's renewed it's a sold on Ukraine's second largest city call came even as both sides say they would do to resume talks aimed at stopping the new devastating war in Europe Britain's defense secretary Ben Wallace says Russia is not likely to adopt more extreme tactics in its war on Ukraine they will try slowly but surely trying to surround the cities and I the by polls that will bombard them and I think you know that is the brutality that I'm afraid we are witnessing and it's going to get worse it's not clear when you talks between Russia and Ukraine might take place what they would yield Ukraine's leader has said Russia must stop bombing before another meeting meanwhile a forty mile convoy of hundreds of Russian tanks is it bouncing slightly towards the capital of Kiev I'm Charles the last month

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Russian Army Failed to Deliver Key Military Goals

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Russian Army Failed to Deliver Key Military Goals

"The biggest development this morning is probably the report from the UK's defense minister, defense secretary Ben Wallace, who reported today that, according to their verified intelligence on the ground, excuse me, that the Russian military did not achieve any of its military objectives on day one of the Ukrainian invasion. They've taken some significant hits. I don't know if you can call them significant losses. They've lost dozens of armored vehicles, some tanks, there's no word yet on personnel casualties, but there have been estimates that it's been running in the 300s or above, this is an invasion force that is meeting a very determined defense.

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NATO: Russia misleads world on troop movements near Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

NATO: Russia misleads world on troop movements near Ukraine

"NATO allies have accused Russia of misleading the world by saying it was removing troops from the Russian border with Ukraine when in fact reports say it has added another seven thousand forces to the area Britain's defense secretary Ben Wallace has said Russia statements done tied up seeing the increase of trips in the last forty eight hours up to seven thousand we've seen a bridge constructed from Belarus into Ukraine Old Navy you crave and I think that we should as I said we'll take them at their word but we're gonna judge Russia by their actions and at the moment the trick build up continue Russia's decision not to act on its what's the strength and the resolve of NATO and its allies to remain United as E. U. commission chief it was set up on the lan warned Russia against an invasion of Ukraine we hope for the best but we are prepared for the worst Russia has amassed an estimated a hundred and fifty thousand plus troops near its ex Soviet neighbour sparking concerns that an attack is imminent I'm Karen Thomas

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Suns' Booker, Paul picked as NBA All-Star reserves

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Suns' Booker, Paul picked as NBA All-Star reserves

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Siakam scores 25 points as Raptors beat Bulls 127-120 in OT

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Siakam scores 25 points as Raptors beat Bulls 127-120 in OT

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"ben wallace" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That is based on looking at equities as a lesser rate of bonds And that is what my analysis showed We could go lower than that mind you I'm not saying it will bottom out there but I will say that the sweet spot IE the equilibrium bank is somewhere between those levels And that is obviously just a straight feed through from what's happening in the rate complex If rates are going to go higher equities are going to go lower and investors are going to be a lot more demanding from their work in 2020 and 2021 So more demanding investors while looking at the NASDAQ futures we've seen quite some volatility this morning earlier erasing losses of as much as 2.2% currently down by just three tenths of 1% Thanks so much for your wise words really interesting Our currency and rate slash is then ram they're from our markets live team So that on the fed those the geopolitics though Tom to think about Ben Wallace the defense secretary has been out discussing the UK's position on Ukraine and coming up next we'll discuss what does Vladimir Putin get out of the current uncertainty 100,000 troops on the board with Ukraine but no one really knows if an invasion is coming or not Yeah we've been speaking on TV to the former UK prime minister Tony Blair hopefully we'll hear from him on radio as well shortly about his views on how the UK NATO and the U.S. can respond to this buildup of troops by Russia He is of course a man that prime minister Tony Blair former.

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"ben wallace" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I trust the crime prosecution service, the prosecutor to have a discussion with the independent service prosecutor to decide amongst them. And remember, it's in their interest to prosecute successfully to make the decision about whether that is held in a civilian court or whether that's held in a service court. At present, until I've done the changes that the final word is affected with the service justice system. So I've moved the final word into the civil, I've allowed the expert, not you and me, but the experts to make a choice about where is the most appropriate setting to try that. And remember, it's in their business to prosecute successfully to make the case for where they want to make the appropriate setting. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. And at the same time, I have increased the quality of investigations and specialists. So we have a critical mass of specialists to make sure that that is helped and supported. And what we will be doing when the government review of rape and sexual offenses is published will be making sure we transfer many of those things into the armed forces with our own strategy. Secretary of State for defense, Ben Wallace speaking to Emma. And finally, jazz musician, Zoe ramen is often described as one of the brightest stars on the contemporary jazz scene. She's won a mobo, a British jazz award, and if that wasn't enough, on Wednesday, Zoe was given the impact award at the 2021 ivers composer awards. What did the award mean to her? It means a huge amount to be honest, because it's given by other composers musicians. Who really understand the music, understand what it is to be a composer and recognize the body of work that I've put out in all that time. It's funny as a composer, you know, you write music in isolation on your own and then for me as a jazz musician and I play that perform it for other people with other musicians..

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"ben wallace" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"On the show today, the two women fighting county line drugs gangs in their neighborhood. The Secretary of State for defense Ben Wallace on the government's plans to improve life for women in the armed forces, and how to make revising easier. If Beyoncé was having a concert, and she just put out music the night before, you're not going to listen to that song once, and then get on stage and sing along. You won't know the words. You need to listen to at least four or 5 times the acoustic version, the drumming version, all the different versions until you know it for yourself and that's the same with revision. Study tips from the inspiring 23 year old educational activist V casue plus music. We have the multi award winning jazz musician Zoe ramen on the grand piano in the woman's our studio. But first, a few days ago, Julia chain, the chair of the human fertilisation and embryology authority, made a plea for the 1990 act governing fertility clinics and practice in this country to be updated. She argues that after 30 years, the science and culture around IVF has changed so much that the law needs to catch up. There are areas which where the medicine and the science and the social mores today have completely outstripped the act. So for example, we'd like to look at the inequalities in the act. The act recognizes a couple as being a man and a woman. That is totally inappropriate now for 21st century Britain. There are many other family formations. And there are inequalities in the act with regard to say, for example, same sex couples and actually single women who or men who wish to start families. In addition, as you know, IVF treatment is predominantly private. 65% self funded only 35% NHS funded. And therefore clinics have been it's an increasingly commercialized sector. Clinics are now successful businesses..

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"ben wallace" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Four. Good morning and welcome to the program. My first guest today is the defense secretary Ben Wallace, who's here to explain his plan to make the UK's armed forces better for women, both inside the military and out, and to explain why the government has rejected calls for rape or sexual assault committed in the military to be tried in civilian courts away from military courts. You'll hear that interview next and of course, your views welcome. But you're also today going to hear from a woman who makes studying cool. Certainly that's how she's being described. V khatib is very popular revision videos on YouTube on Instagram and other social media platforms have earned her thousands of followers and we need her today. Those preparing, for exams, all those living with those who are, she is on hand, especially after the last couple of years with education being impacted by COVID. Her cheeriness, I promise you will be infectious and also her handy hints. I want to get you to cast your mind back though to how you coped with your exams. It doesn't have to be revision hints, although they are welcome. I was always partial to a highlighter and essentially just learning everything by road writing it out again and again and sticking post it note. Wherever I was living at whatever stage, whether I was at school at home or at university in our halls or rooms, it was a situation where I could just memorize it, I thought I'd get through it and also had a few formulas along the way. But I have to say the way I lived during exams wasn't the most inspirational surviving on a very unhealthy diet if eating at all just getting incredibly stressed. What were your tips? What were your routines? Do you still have that dream where you think you've got an exam the next morning? I am all ears. 8 four 8 four four occasionally I do and I think I'm so happy. I'm not an education anymore for many reasons. I'll social media at BBC women's air or you can email us through our website. Also today on the program. Why misogyny is not going to be a hate crime, the law commission is on to explain all and how one woman one woman comes on today to talk about how she rebuilt her life after being homeless while pregnant. All of that to come. But my first guest, as I say, the defense secretary, Ben Wallace, because last week, the government set out how it will improve life for women in the armed forces. You may recall the conservative MP and former military personnel Sarah Atherton, her women in the armed forces report, which came out in July this year, which found that service women who were victims of bullying harassment discrimination and serious sexual assault were quote being denied justice by a woefully inadequate military complaints process. Was Sarah Atherton, came on the program last week to analyze the measures the government announced in response to her report, which include a review into how to dismiss or discharge those who are found to have committed sexual offenses or unacceptable sexual behavior and taking complaints of serious crime outside of the chain of command establishing an independent victim and witness care unit and ensuring there is female representation on court martial boards relating to sexual offending. But one recommendation the government is not prepared to do is to move all cases of rape within the armed forces from the military to the civil court system..

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7 Killed in Chaos Near Kabul Airport

TED Radio Hour

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

7 Killed in Chaos Near Kabul Airport

"Have died in the chaotic crowds outside Kabul airport, where thousands are trying to plea the country. A statement from the Defense Ministry says conditions on the ground remain extremely challenging, but that everything is being done to manage. The situation is safely and securely as possible. Here's the BBC's Dan Johnson. There are still desperate scenes around Kabul airport with crowds of Afghans trying to get through check. Points to reach evacuation flights in sweltering heat. The UK Defence secretary Ben Wallace promised a series of processing hubs in other countries in the region to continue assessing Afghans potentially eligible for relocation. Mr Wallace said the government was also exploring ways to maintain a presence in Afghanistan after the military had left. He said the unedifying exit of the West would have consequences for years to come. President

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British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

FT Politics

02:07 min | 9 months ago

British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

"Delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy. Now if we look at what's happened over the past week that we know the us forces what going to withdraw themselves foam afghanistan by the end of august. And it's not a decision that the uk's being particularly happy with because we've heard from the defense secretary ben wallace who's made it quite clear that in fact. The uk export every other alternative. Do you think those ever realistically any alternative. Because in that house of commons debate. Lots of mp's of decried how we've abandoned afghanistan how we have no secured the gains that were made over the past twenty years but really. I'm not quite clear. What the alternative could have been. When i think you're bears are very important question. Because i think the really two issues running in parallel there was the more fundamental question. Should nato dictated. United states remained militarily in afghanistan indefinitely with the aspiration to ultimately defeat the

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Detroit Pistons Win Top Pick in 2021 NBA Draft Lottery

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Detroit Pistons Win Top Pick in 2021 NBA Draft Lottery

"The 2021 NBA draft goes to the Detroit Pistons. Let's roll in the background is Ben Wallace, the future Hall of Famer All of Fame and duck Dean, the Detroit Pistons for the first time in 50 seasons. Get the number one draft pick. Detroit will pick one, Houston second Cleveland third Toronto fourth Question for Detroit at

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UK to Resettle More Afghan Interpreters as NATO Troops Leave

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

UK to Resettle More Afghan Interpreters as NATO Troops Leave

"What was Johnson's government says it wants to make it easier for Afghans who worked with British troops to settle in the UK amid rising fears for their safety as foreign forces leave Afghanistan more than one thousand four hundred Afghan interpreters and their relatives hello he moved to Britain under a resettlement scheme the government says about three thousand more are expected to come under new rules which will open the eligibility and make it easier for people to bring their families with them defense secretary Ben Wallace says with western powers leaving Afghanistan the threat is increasing and has increased including targeted attacks by the Taliban and that is absolutely right the we stand by people who risked their lives to help British troops Charles Taylor this month London

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"ben wallace" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"They don't want to talk about you. The one difference in that is rudy. Gobert who seven foot. One center from france for the utah jazz currently and they overrate him. Because all he is really is like a a french shawn bradley. Like he's not good but he's seven foot ones. Oh swat a shot or two. If ben walls seven foot one. I'm sure you'd probably score more points. But he wouldn't be exactly who. He is the fact that he gets disrespected because short because he can't shoot a free throw to save his life which i understand why but also still come on and the fact that he like maybe average maybe seven points for his career. There like that doesn't mean he's at hall of fame player but he greatly impacted the game defensively and has so many accolades as a defensive player. I don't get it if you're gonna let players in there who just score and have not done anything with their career. But you're not going to let in one of the most defensively decorated players in the israeli entire nba. I think someone is doing something wrong and they need to fix that. I'm with you all right. Let's talk tigers. There is a really big bright spot in kill badu. I've got some numbers to talk about because this is just impressive. first off. not only all right. Did he hit a home. Run on the first pitch he saw. I think there's only been thirty or thirty one players who've done that in all of mlb history and you know major league baseball. Been around a long time. He hit his second career homer which was a grand slam and he was the first player in franchise history to do that and to go deep in each of his first. Two games and tigers have been around since nineteen o one so like this is an impressive. Start for this guy. I think it. It's great you know. I know no player is perfect and the season is long but i just love being excited about somebody again definitely and thing that really bothers me about being excited for him which i hate to look ahead is when they start throwing him off speed pitches and is like three seventy batting average. Dropped to like two. Oh four and they're like well get him outta here. Like i'm not looking forward to that but for now i'm excited. Because they have somebody to focus on the have someone who's like this guy might come bail us out. Bring him into pinch it. He might take the game home for us. Made him start. He might make a few hits at bats. Currently he might bring in some runs. I'm excited for that right now. He leads the tigers total bases and like he. I don't think he started every single game..

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"ben wallace" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"You need to work some things playmaking handling etc. He came back to michigan state. Worked on all those things. I think he's an nba player. Now i don't think he's a star but i think he's. Nba player now. I don't see that from smith. I don't could be wrong hopefully wrong again. I don't think it's smart to go in there before you hire an agent and just say i'm done. I'm going to go be professional athlete. Well let's take on the court but shift gears because you know this piece in the athletic raise the question for me. Something that i knew it but they really brought to the front of my mind. It's that ben. Wallace is not a hall of famer. Yet i'm gonna linked to this piece in the athletic but they got into this whole idea of. Why hasn't he been put in it and yet all that stuff and when asked the question there's a a quote the kind of stuck out to me that it doesn't really frustrate me because the people who are making these decisions are basketball minded people you see guys going into the hall of fame for being one way one-sided players on the offensive end versus guys. They call one way players on the defense of and like i said you leave it up to your peers and people who are basketball minded and then just hope for the best i mean. I'm surprised he's not in there. I don't know how you feel it's dumb. It's super dumb. Here's impactful ben. Wallace wasn't a defensive end. Nba two k. Who's known for just making flashy games dedicated a defensive system in one of their games solely because of ben wallace hundred percent like ben wallace out here. Changing the game defensively. So much we need to emulate this character in a game video game defer scoring points and like embarrassing your friends. The game gaming systems like yeah. We need to like whatever he's doing here. Put that in here remember when michael vick was in madden and like everyone loved mad because michael vick basically was like god. They tried to do that with ben wallace. To show you how important he was. Not even bringing the statistical fact that he should be in there like he stopped shack. He stopped one of the greatest nba centers like ever and. Yes i understand. That shack scored a bunch of points in an nba final. The ultimately want to five games blake. He slowed him now. There's maybe four people in the history of nba basketball. Who claim to do that. And ben wallace. Who says that. He's six foot nine which he definitely is not six foot nine. That's amazing. He did it on sheer brute force not to mention all the accolades. He possesses as a defensive leg. Monolith i don't see how he's i don't i really don't and only reason why i really don't see is because these people now have changed in how they evaluate players. Get into the hall of fame. And yeah i understand that. He's like basketball minds of people who wanna vote and you know it's all basketball mind. People have to respect that. Do you think there's a bias against defensive players. As far as a whole goes. Yes for all of basketball. I feel that way. Now you've thrown an old pistons game or like they're beaten people like eighty nine to like sixty five and people like throw up. People hate it so much. Because there's not steph curry. Who i love steph curry pulling up from forty feet. Swishing it off there's James harden fifteen euro steps from his his court to other court. Delay the ball up. It's not kevin durant being seven foot one center playing small forward just dropping shots over people's not lebron james going into the rim and just with no regard for anyone else laying the ball up and then flexing..

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Have the 'Bad Boys' Pistons been overlooked in NBA history?

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Have the 'Bad Boys' Pistons been overlooked in NBA history?

"Had a great relationship that you're going to bring some of the stuff that you when you cover the bad boys the Pistons. Yes, your relationship. Someone will break horn and those guys in that area some new insight because now we're especially with the day of covet we're supposed to live through the past and you know the big dance the last dance with with Michael was such a huge thing that happened. The Pistons were right in the middle or at the end of the beginning or the ending of where Michael started. Yeah. Yeah, and and and for me, you know, I I was around that team at a time when they took the Pinnacle of NBA greatness. And so there are lots of stories that you know, I have stored away. I mean like when I was there when they won the title in 2004 would rip Hamilton and Chauncey Billups and all those guys and they were little things that they did that people didn't realize played a role in winning a title things like Larry Brown, for example, the first play of every single game if they went to jail ball was get that damn ball to Ben Wallace and let him go to work because big fella knew he wasn't touching the rock much at all if at all after that, so they made a point of getting him the ball first possession every single time. They got the ball in office and they just cleared out and let him go to work and if he scored great if he didn't we gave you a shot. It's little things like that that helped them build team. Chemistry and bonding and Trust knowing that hey going to get you twenty-five Thirty points, but if you don't do the big fella bone and you going to get you 15 Reba, I don't know any other brothers often times. I can think of that had developed that kind of chemistry and I was on the championship teams. We liked each other but with those pills like those dudes would suck blood brothers. Like, you know, it's like the way they think the way they perform it was like bad boys in the years that bad boys for life like that movie that's just seemed like the way they were

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UK's Boris Johnson shakes up government with Cabinet shuffle

The Briefing

01:23 min | 2 years ago

UK's Boris Johnson shakes up government with Cabinet shuffle

"Boris Johnson's reshuffling his top team. So they might have been playing cool publicly but the said to be power neue in the cabinet about who still be in the job by the end of the day. The prime minister's having a purge his reshuffle kicked off at eight o'clock this morning next the promotions. By the time. Chris speaks to you this evening. The cabinet level changes will be dumb. So who's in the firing line? One man who appears vulnerables? Ben Wallace the defense secretary. You might remember. He's previously clashed with Downing Street's about defense spending and War Way L. Team in Westminster have also been hearing the names of other junior ministers. Who IN LINE FOR PROMOTION? My colleagues have details of the expected winners and losers and of course follow every twist and turn in our life blog now. He's the mysterious professor at the hall of the trump Russia scandal. Today Josef Mifsud speaks for the first time about his involvement he denies any links to the Russian government. He could be heard in crossfire out. Brilliant new podcast. Us Editor Ben Reilly Smith reveals the untold story of spies lies and an election like no other. There were six episodes. The first ones out today. Please do. Listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts

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"ben wallace" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on AP News

"Hard fall on the pistons Ben Wallace you're the end of the game Wallace took exception to the fall and when after our test this because players from both teams to get into it our test would later say he thought his actions were justified at the moment I just thought that you know I didn't start this whole incident I'm just somebody threw some man me and I was pissed off you know it's that simple that's a November moment sports history I'm Jack this is Rick school shooting suspect I'm to McGuire within a P. newsman at a high school junior who turned sixteen today is a suspect in a southern California school shooting that left two other students dead three more wounded he then shot himself in the head and is in critical condition people who know the teens say he is a good student a former boy scout who kept quiet but also had friends in a girl friend police say they have yet to find a motive in any relationship between the government and the victims former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovic testifies tomorrow in the peach been enquiring she was ousted by president trump in April ahead of what Democrats say was a pressure campaign by trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani to get Ukraine's president order investigations to damage democratic political rival Joe Biden at a campaign rally tonight in Louisiana trump told the crowd think about me she let's get some help from you crave in order to be sleepy Joe Biden I don't think so I'm too McGuire AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did.

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"ben wallace" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on AP News

"On the pistons Ben Wallace near the end of the game Wallace took exception to the fall and one after our test this call is players from both teams to get into it our test would later say he thought his actions were justified at the moment I just thought that you know I didn't start this whole incident I'm just somebody threw some man me and I was pissed off you know it's that simple that's a November moment sports history Jack this is Rick reducing gun violence is the aim of a new government program as a P. corresponded Jennifer king reports Attorney General William Barr says project guardian will address gun violence and other violent crime this operational initiative from the justice department emphasizes better enforcement of gun background checks coordinating state and federal gun cases and pushes prosecutors to update databases in a more timely fashion when a defendant can't possess a firearm because of mental health issues he says the program will strengthen efforts to reduce gun violence by targeting offenders who use guns in crimes and those who try to buy guns legally bar says the operational initiative has the full support of the president but says legislative aspects of gun control have been side tracked by the impeachment process on Capitol Hill I'm Jennifer king awards been created in honor of singer actress Lena Horne as a P. entertainment correspondent margins are a lot of reports the arts and activism awards being introduced by a Times Square concert venue the town hall has created the Lena Horne price for artists creating social impact for those who promote awareness and create social change the award comes with the one hundred thousand dollar prize for the recipient to donate to a favorite charity the first winner has not yet been names but will be honored in February.

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"ben wallace" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"ben wallace" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And especially on a young team. He got that with it. He's not trying to work out with other individuals. He's not trying to hang out with other guys. He's not trying to be cool. He's trying to win. You see him in all star game seemed like he's the only guy off our game plan hard. You know, he's the guy in all star game this trying to compete. So I don't think he has a all wits when it comes in transition, very some LeBron James. I mean, you've got to build a wall. Like, if you don't just one foot in the paint, sit down, you know. And now the game as same. So you don't have this additional bigs, no more, right? You don't have Rashi Wallace. Ben Wallace being the secur- security blanket. When you're talking about defense like you get past me and say on channel you still got a battle with the big boys. Now when you look at teams teams are going small, right? They're they're they're they're centers. Now, either the small forward or the power floored. Their power forward is usually the small forward of the two guards, you know. So soon as honest gets past the first guy, he's a lot bigger and stronger than the that that guy that's on that last last part of your defense. Right. So I mean, he's arguing on guard. Why he's my pick for the MVP NBA champion rip Hamilton joined the rich Eisen show. Kirk Morrison filling in for rich, and I'm thinking back to win your Detroit Pistons team kind of came together the NBA champion team. And I look at the game tonight in these series between Toronto in Philadelphia, and I'm gonna stick with Philadelphia because a couple of young guys, and Ben Simmons, obviously Joel Embiid when you bring in the Jimmy Butler, the Tobias Harris, and you're saying that here's some guys still developing that chemistry. How did you guys develop that chemistry kinda pretty quickly to a point where if there's some advice, you can give dwell be Ben Simmons because these guys have been so up and down in his series? And I think we expect more from them. So what advice would you give these guys in especially a game situation? Well, first of all you gotta understand that when you're in a playoffs. Right. I think Larry Brown, you always say, right? This is this cool analogy about the whole thing. He used to say are you know, what when we get to the playoffs guys. Hey, understand they already picked. They're all starting believe they are all stars over. All stars out there, right, sir. Guys. Pixar guys, aren't they already got in their mind? The votes when it comes to all MBA teams and everything else. Right. Everybody's playing for one thing right now, and that's winning the championship. So it's not about your individual success is how can you make your teammates better? And how can you be productive on the floor? Doing what you do at the best ability don't do someone else's job or you know, try to. Critique someone else out there you think play your game. And I'll put you in all all the right spot on the floor. Don't worry about all the outside noise. And when you're young team, you're young group. There's there's always a lot of outside noise. They can affect your game on a court. Right. They could be saying like all right? You know, what rolling beating Benson? But this is. You guys should be getting more shots than Jimmy Butler Tobias Harris, right? And they should be building around that that's outside noise. That cafe a young young team. I do feel like a you know, what chemistry wise they have got better over to season. But they're still not there. Some some games in. Sixers look great some games a six. All right. You know? And I think a lot of that has to be what chemistry, you know, still learning each other because they are really got probably the second best start five and in the league. And most of these guys when you talking about Jimmy and Tobias they they were out for dog on their teams like that they were running off and leaving scores. And now you're coming on the team that probably has one and most dominant players in our game. And Joel beat. I gotta get the man ball every time down floor. Right. So similar to my business thing we were good right without Rashi Wallace. But we got Russia..

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Basketball Hall of Fame announces finalists for 2019

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Basketball Hall of Fame announces finalists for 2019

"Thirteen finalists were announced for enshrinement into Basketball Hall of fame. Paul Westphal joins Jack seek Marcus Johnson. And Ben Wallace says first time finalist. There are nine previous finalist back on the list this year. Notably time all stars. Chris Webber in Sydney Moncrieff, eight time first team defensive player. Bobby Jones two time NBA coach of the year. Bill Fitch, women's basketball pioneer, Teresa, Weatherspoon and four-time college. Coach of the year, Eddie Sutton, the final decision for September. Induction will be made an

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Novichok poisoning: How could it happen again in Salisbury?

24 Hour News

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Novichok poisoning: How could it happen again in Salisbury?

"The veteran broadcaster was sixty four i'm jack quinn there are new cases in britain of people showing affects from a deadly nerve agent ap's charles day with desma reports it's not thought to be deliberate but those living near the english city are concerned the unexplained poisoning of two britons his raise public health concerns in the salisbury area where a massive decontamination effort took place after the script towels but found to have been poisoned with nutley chuck fears and now raised that the massive cleanup effort the fuller the sickening of the former russian spy and his daughter failed to remove all of the substance from the region security minister ben wallace says the working assumption is that the two offic tombs of the consequences of the earlier attack but they were not directly targeted charleston london the long planned top gun sequel has its new goose well he's not a new goose but miles teller will play the son of goose who was played by anthony edwards in the nineteen eighty six original teller has also been in the divergent theories of bleed for this and another eighties remake footloose he beat out fellow actors glen powell and nncholas cool to play the son of mavericks wing man the film also features bell kilmer returning his is man directing is joe kosinski who worked on oblivion with dr tom cruise is scheduled to be released by paramount.

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The Latest: Expert: 'stay put' policy failed in tower fire

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:22 min | 4 years ago

The Latest: Expert: 'stay put' policy failed in tower fire

"The morning blueprints has tangled terrorism includes plans for security services to be informed more quickly about suspicious purchases menaces won't firms to allow them to the possibility that someone is stockpiling chemicals or acting suspiciously when hiring vehicle security minister ben wallace says the policy is constantly updated because the threat changes one of the reasons our strategy in our terror counterterrorism policy in the in this country is so good is that we constantly strive to learn the lessons of the last attacks all the laws plots and obviously last year we tragedy saw five attacks and therefore we're going to incorporate many of those lessons into the contest inquiry into the grenfell tower tragedy moves into the second stage later and we'll hear evidence about the building's fire safety mp and former firefighter jim fitzpatrick says the lessons learned from this phase we'll may have big implications for building design and the advice given to people about staying put in a fire that building didn't perform the we should have done under for the state policy as right at the center of what the inquiry will be wanting to look at and certainly the police are far investigation forensic science and evidence will all have to look to determine exactly what happened how far how fast defiles spread why spread so quickly and what actions were taken to try to mitigate against that at least twenty five people have been killed after volcano eruption in guatemala many remote areas cut off on the country's president says some regions i wanna stay to catastrophe one hundred and sixty five services being cut by train operator northern relatives morning the new interim timetable comes into force which the company says will improve reliability the weather after cloudy and misty stop for many it will stay cool and cloudy in the east but the sun will breakthrough elsewhere that may trigger the thunder shower this afternoon we safe to turn on your radio the leviathan of chat rides again hello i'm james well go radio presenter isn't afraid to fake i believe the media should be well balanced by myself there is only one james wales remember filled up my loss swimming costs nothing the legendary james shower cancel well i haven't the other to be on his one hundred percent wail zero.

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What is UConn Huskies getting in new coach Dan Hurley

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:48 min | 4 years ago

What is UConn Huskies getting in new coach Dan Hurley

"Good for him the wizards played last night the wizard lose again in san antonio last week is still eighteen nineteen ninety nine is the last time they won in chris webber era right along year but it's nineteen ninety nine and by the way he's been pretty good in that time they've been great the weirdest story of the year is leonard calbert cheney ben wallace hamilton roster treated friendly ike austin which is worst team was that was the old west until days gaas last west but not as gm has it somebody set now generally was like yeah lennon coming back they say i don't understand it what happened there is among basketball people according to will bond there is this notion that leonard does not trust the san antonio medical staff war gregg popovich and that he wants to leave do you know he's the best player they've got it's an odd store publish was universally revered by by me only one tom kelly oubre he said he was the goat last night after the game yeah i would trust what he says two semi around a long time see many school to some college basketball news looks like you are is dan hurley is gonna leave you are i and be the new head coach at uconn for a six year deal he will replace kevin ollie and like this because the way it setting the copy who was let go by the huskies early this month after fourth sub par season no that's not the reason.

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Britain is enabling money laundering of Russian cash

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Britain is enabling money laundering of Russian cash

"Their money in our country a welcome but belated stand as far as some observers are concerned and applebaum pulitzer prize winning expert on russia is a longstanding critic of britain's toleration of putin's cronies russians keep their money their wives their children their property in this country and western europe ending the the money laundering that russia does through here enforcing our own laws all of that could make an enormous difference critics say britain has been shameless in courting russian cash the london stock exchange recently accepted a listing from oleg their pasqua an close to putin some of the proceeds from the share sale went to a russian bank subject to sanctions british into media is made millions out of deals like this former polish foreign minister vladeck sikorsky thinks that such financial links may have been a factor in the decision to authorize the nerve agent attack i think president putin is wagering that britain is so hooked on russian money in london the response will be muted the british government says it's learned its lesson it will crackdown security minister ben wallace makes a startling admission about successive british administrations we have allowed the city of london's reputation as a center for weld finance to be exploited by some pretty nasty individuals who've used illicit money flares to clean it or invested but where should britain draw the line the theme song the chelsea soccer club owned by roman abramovich another oligarch close to putin russian money is embedded in britain and vice versa the giant uk oil company bp as a huge stake in russia deriving a third of its production from their philip woman is a political risk analyst companies in russia bp are possibly vulnerable to counter sanctions and we know that the russian parliament is preparing what it calls meera measures this crisis comes at a difficult time for britain's financiers thanks to brexit and the possible loss of access to the european union they will be eager to keep their markets wide open to the rest of the world shutting up shop even to dodgy.

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