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"berkeley square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Their way. Angels dining. At the Ritz and the night and girls hang in Barclays Square. I may be right. I may be wrong, but I'm perfectly willing to swear that win you time, Andre Smile with me tonight and Girl sang in Barclays Square. The moon that lingered over London town. More puzzles. Move you were from How could he know Wayne Love? Whole done. World seemed upside down. The streets of town were paved with stars. It was such a romantic affair. Way Kiss. Onders said. Good night tonight and girl sign Bar, please square. Streets of town paid with stars. It was such a romantic affair, Way kissed, Andre said. Good night. Oh, night, and girls sang in Barclays Square. I know because I was there that night involved square. Every kiss. Every hug seems to act just like a drug. You're getting to be a habit with me. Let me stay in your arms. I'm addicted to your charms. You're getting to be a habit with me. Yeah. I used to think your love was something that I could take or leave alone. But now I couldn't do without my supply. I need you for my own boy can't break away. I must have you every day is regularly is coffee or tea. You've got me in your clutches and I can't get free. You're getting me happened with me. Well, I can't break away. I must have you every day. Regularly is coffee or tea. You've got me in your clutches and I can't get free. You're getting me I have it with you Get to be a habit with me. A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square was formally introduced by Judy Campbell and New Faces Review in London in April of 1940. Son was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1962 album, Sinatra sings Great Songs from Great Britain, You're Getting to be a habit with me, was written by Harry Warren and algebra and was recorded by Frank 1956. The next song is featured in Frank Sinatra's.
"berkeley square" Discussed on KCRW
"Man When I hear songs like this with all those Elektronik Effects happen in it. I would really love to hear it on a huge sound system with flashing lights. It's the music that I hear that makes me miss going out. Hopefully we can do that again soon. But in the meantime, we're dancing together like this, the best that we can Hopefully you're moving with me. This is Django Django, Glowing in the dark with the dance system remix new music from Femi Kuti. Oh, of course of the fail a cootie lineage Pa Papa from the album Legacy. Gil Scott Heron. Also with soulful legacy with who'll pay reparations on my soul. And as I mentioned before I started this set. We lost a great in jazz Stanley cowl pianist transitioned from this. Timeline a few days ago, and you heard a Nightingale saying in Berkeley Square? My name is no Vienna caramel here with you until six PM tomorrow I'll be back 3 to 6 p.m. as well. Lots more goodies in store. Got some salt for you some cautious place and una some John bap keep it locked. KCRW. Sponsors.
"berkeley square" Discussed on KCRW
"NPR News on Janine Herbst, a top official for the U. S effort to develop and distribute a covert 19 vaccine says they're on track to ship 20 million doses by the end of the year. NPR's Jason's lock and reports. This comes less than a day after the FDA issued an emergency authorization for the modern a vaccine. U. S. Army general Gust. Perna said that distribution of the second covert vaccine authorized by the FDA this month Has already begun. Doses have already been moved to distribution centers. Earnest says it will begin arriving at sites by Monday alongside visors vaccine in total between Fizer and Madonna. We have allocated 7.9 million doses of vaccine and we're ready for that distribution panel also responded to complaints from governors that their allocations of visors vaccine had been reduced for next week. He apologized and said there were fewer release a bill doses than originally thought. Jason Slotkin, NPR news and with more doses of vaccine heading to the states, the U. S continues to see an alarming number of deaths each day from Cove in 19 and coronavirus cases arising in about 20 states with some of the biggest spikes in the West Coast in the Southwest. Will Stone has more for the second week. The U. S recorded more deaths than ever before in the pandemic, according to the Cova tracking project. Infections are spreading most rapidly in California, Tennessee and Hawaii. The number of people hospitalized has hit new highs in Nevada and Arizona in southern California. The available ICU beds are full in some counties. Meanwhile, some states learned this week they get many fewer doses of vaccine than expected, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee says after conversations with federal officials, he's reassured the delay is not due to a long term challenge with production for NPR news. I'm will Stone in Seattle. And there are more than 17.5 million confirmed cases in the US with more than 3 314,000 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. His first comments about the massive cyber security hack that affected multiple government agencies. President Trump is downplaying the effects. MPR's Ayesha Roscoe reports. He also contradicted his own government officials who have said that Russia is most likely behind the attack. President Trump says that the media is making the cyber attack look bigger than it actually is. Trump tweeted that he had been fully briefed, and everything is quote well under control. He had been silent about the hack that is involved at least a half a dozen federal agencies. But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called it a very significant effort and said that it was pretty clearly Russia that launched the Hack Trump without offering any evidence said that China may be responsible for the attack. He also falsely claimed that voting machines may have been hacked as he refuses to acknowledge he lost reelection. Asia. Roscoe NPR NEWS This is NPR News and support for NPR comes from progressive insurance offering Snapshot, a program that adjusts insurance rates based on safe driving habits. Now that's progressive. Learn more at progressive dot com or 1. 800 progressive. Well, hello. Here we are back with more music, its main arena caramel sitting in Not sitting in. What am I talking about? I'm standing here as I usually am, every two weeks at KCRW. So happy to be here with you on do you know this year? We've had a lot of losses, including a lot of Great musicians in our community have left us, but they've also left us with some beautiful music. One of those recently was the great Stanley Cowl, a jazz pianist who started playing around the age of four. In Toledo, Ohio, where he was born, and he was inspired after seeing Art Tatum when he was six years old, and then he studied later with multi instruments multi instrumentalists Roland Kirk. And also played with Marlon Brown, Max Roach, Bobby Hutcherson, Clifford Jordan, and so many more amazing jazz musicians. And he also I believe was a teacher. Of piano to some artists that you may enjoy as well. So with that being said, I just want to give a salute and arrest in power to Stanley Cowl and play you. Ah, gorgeous song that I love of his called a Nightingale saying in Berkeley Square here, this.
"berkeley square" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Luckily I have had all the information friend of life is it's on my phone and she said I'm just going by. From what? I was told it states in our paperwork that only one child is allowed it, you know to be with their parents when they are dying when I asked to see that, miraculously, that paperwork disappeared. Really? Yeah, That's incredible. I actually was calling the speaker of the house. The governor Selma Gala boy who was the director of nursing homes for the state of Ohio. She called me back, She said. Give me 10 minutes. Within 10 minutes of phone ring again. It was herself, she said, to call your brother it nowhere states that one child is allowed into a room when a mother or father or parent dying. I had to call my brother back. Tell him to come back up to Berkeley, which he took the same path to get to her room. At 2 30 the morning I was granted to stay all night. You know, as we thought she was dying at 2 30 in the morning, I stayed up and talked to her saying to her I just rubbed her hand, you know, just held onto her at 2 30 in the morning. Got she wakes up. She grabbed a hold of my arm digs your fingernails in my arm. Grab my hand would not let go. We started playing music. She started singing. The next morning she was able to eat lunch. Masticated and ground up pork. Her total demeanor changed now. Granted when they called me. Her blood pressure dropped to 90/54. Which was a pretty dangerous level. Hers normally ran high. However, when I got there, and they had gotten out of bed because I could feel that she had went to the bathroom, they take her into the bathroom. There's no door on the bathroom, just a curtain that pulled back. I noticed these red like they weren't well, but the spot so he asked the nurse. What is that? She said, Oh, it's from your end. We're gonna have to start putting the ointment cream honor that How you guys are not changing her diaper regularly, which is why you need someone who is looking over their shoulder because I mean, I get it. But at the same time you've got to be a patient advocate here, and that's that's what you are, but you can't do that. When you're Not a lot of these air. The most confusing conflicting rules it and it seems like and I know how much of this is the hospital or I guess you're care center and how much is confusion at the state level. Well, I mean, it kind of let you know when she came to. And her vital started going back to normal because you know it took her. I mean, they basically called me for end of life. And when I helped bring her back and get her vitals up Monday, I got attacks at 11. 30,000 stating that we no longer are allowing you to come in to see your mother because her vitals are good. You know what happened The next day, she started falling back into that. Sleep pattern again. Basically, living off health shake and water for breakfast are two days ago. She had two strawberry health shake and water the day before that. I know that she had to bite the rice. I believe that was that lunch and how safe she's surviving off. How shake When I was in the room with my mother. Like I said, I put on a CD, My mother started singing the words. To a song on a CD. And it goes to show you because against got rounds on the show. Scott's mom, I I'm started 95 years old, 85 years old. 75 years. I'm bad with numbers 75 years old. It was something with the five another Anyway. Now she's in the assisted living Berkeley Square. She has Alzheimer's and because of covert, Scott and his family weren't able to go visit her because of patient. And a visitor restrictions they had, but he noticed that okay, I'm sitting outside watching healthcare workers talk to their health care workers. They go out for lunch. They come back. They're not wearing a mask sometimes. Ah. Okay. Well, why can't I visit my mom? If I'm wearing gloves and a mask and sit and hold her hand, But no, I'm sorry. You can't because the rules of the rules but the rules in this case or you know, made up a cz. We went along. We had to because we've never seen this before. But I think after a while, someone little common sense to get involved. You're special with Alzheimer's patients in that we know that they respond really, really well when year there was someone they know a familiar face a loved one. In this case that's a son and It's sadly these restrictions were confusing and contradictory and not in the best interest of the patients. I get that they're play this hole that they've got to worry about. Not just people of Alzheimer's, but everybody in the state and everyone has their thing. I get that. But you'd think there'd be more intervention on part of the medical community going. Hey, you know, this is a little different here. Correct, but I mean limit staff even commenting. Oh, my God. We've never seen anything like this. Oh, my God. Because of you, You know she was able to basically come backto life. You know, we have no explanation. I said the explanation is child was with her. That's what she needed, and that's what actually brought her back. Meaning, you know, on a regular day for my mother for regular week, you know, not on Ly do I pay? The monthly fee, which is close to $10,000 a month for Berkeley care also pay an additional $75 a day for a companion that brought in which they trade out to three different companions that week. As well as of now I have hospital coming in three days a week, you know, so there's five different people coming in every week to care for my mother that her child is told We no longer need you that our vitals are stable now. That's not true. On July 3rd, I called again to check on her. Her blood pressure has dropped in 96/54 now mine when they called me on 6 20 for her blood pressure has dropped 90/54. But did I get a call on the third? No. Um, well, I guess the thing now is at least we're looking at a period of time. Your lesson Two weeks on the 20th fish should open back up again. Right now. There's a concern, though, that we're seeing a spike in covert and they might kick that back a little bit of it. I mean, you have to understand here, Scott. I mean, they're opening a passing sites, you know, all over the state. Well, of course, you're gonna have more positive cases when you're being passed it, But you've gotta also look at the number of People are actually dying in the hospital. How many people are actually on ventilators? The hospital isn't even functioning, fully staffed. Hold. It is not a bad.
"berkeley square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Moment we set off 1st 10 0 little did we know Love was just a glance away warm, embracing done so ever since that night with them together lovers that In love forever. So right for strangers and Love was just too blind so way woman embracing so ever since So stranger. A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square was formally introduced by Judy Campbell in the plate. New FACES REVIEW In 1940. The song was featured in Frank's 1962 album, Sinatra sings Great.
"berkeley square" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"First warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW great Ashley is sixty four degrees right now it was a violent weekend with four people murdered on the streets of Cincinnati latest homicide happened early this morning in east price hill Cincinnati police say that a woman was shot to death on St Lawrence at Warsaw other homicides happened over the weekend of north side the west and in over the Rhine demonstrating against the governor's order keeping nursing homes in Ohio close there was a protest in Hamilton yesterday encouraging governor Mike DeWine to open back up nursing homes closed to visitors since early March to keep your child locked up for three months without being able to hug them without knowing what they're eating without knowing that they're being properly taking care of its employees can be tested we can be tested we need to be able to be with our crazy Statham interview by nine news outside Berkeley square retirement center more the bluegrass opens up today after being shut down for coronavirus in home daycare centers are being allowed to resume operations libraries museums aquariums all getting the clearance to reopen as well along with distilleries and wineries across Kentucky they do have to follow strict social distancing guidelines should Marge Schott's name be removed from the baseball stadium at UC captain of the bearcat baseball teams demanding that accusing the school of honoring individual individual who is openly racist one of the most famous alums of the baseball program at UC is joining the movement as well former red Sox player Kevin you close he says the school wanted to rename the field in his honor but his family which is Jewish objective and didn't want their name affiliated with shots in December the university did change the name of the college of arts and sciences because Charles McMicken was a slave owner this is a service of one hour heating and air conditioning products updates at eight thirty I'm Brian comes newsradio seven W. O. W. this report is sponsored by genesis diamond right now in genesis diamonds get the amazing low price genesis is known for pay nothing down and take advantage of five years zero interest financing take the price divide by sixty that's.
"berkeley square" Discussed on Heyer Today
"They balance each other out in that way. So this all precipitates several events that could end in disaster. Yes. He has Chevalier and Olivia who feel that they might as well just take their own lives cuz they neither of them possibly have any affection for anyone else. We've got Hannah and David off Kitty finds out. Duff's mother is holding the ultimate threat of his head and this is pretty dark where she's threatening him with a doctor who she's got under a thumb to say that he's not mentally equipped to hath committed to a mental institution. It's very dark and obviously then she'd be able to control his wealth where there is a there's not much of it dulls mother doesn't want him to do anything unless it's her bidding bidding. And of course Dolph is terrified, but that's why Hannah is such a good match for him. She just makes him feel comfortable. Their plan is essential be just get married. Hannah is Convergence. She'll be able to square things off with the old lady as she calls her adults mother even though Hannah has said I'm not in love with him. I don't think anyone could be in love with him. But I believe we shall do very well together found you can see that that's true. She's she's kind and gentle with him. She sort of unromantic in the way that maybe Charlotte is and Pride and Prejudice. So kitties faced with this problem how they going to get them married and of course. Don't want to do like an eloping to Gretna Green Dolphin lose his his me. This is mine on the way up to Gretna Green tip says look, we'll pretend that we're going to elope together. That way your mother will be perfectly happy to just let it happen because she's got a Spire. It's important to say at this juncture that Freddy has had to dash off to Oxford Majestic his little brother out of a scrape off at Freddy's not around for some reason. It's crunch time for Hannah and off and kitty says I know what we'll do. We'll get you down to cousin Hugh who you remember is that is a pastor is a reverend Thornhill marry you and once you're married or will be fine because nothing that she can do that's her plan. She wants ready to know but he's not there so she writes him a long letter explaining in great detail everything that's about to happen eventually the three of them Hannah kitten Dolph get into the carriage and off they go to Hughes. So it's all going. Well. The alarm is going off. Then he will marry them as soon as they arrived everything will be fine. That's the plan and you do get this sense that she sort of feels like she's resigning herself to you know, Jack's not the one for me, my funds coming to an end. Let me do this one good thing before I basically have to release Freddy from this engagement. She's noticing that it's not doing Freddy any good social life. Those people are tickling about the fact that she's been going around with Dolph and she feels like she's making life difficult for Freddy and she doesn't want to do that anymore my sense at that juncture is that she cares for him, but she doesn't have any song awareness around that being romantic. I think she just feels like he's been so good to me. He's been such a stand-up friend. I need to release him from this engagement cuz it's not fair. But of course then comes back into town Meg talks at him for half an hour about how weird it was that kid. He was hearing that lady Hannah. What's the name was here, and I didn't know what was going on. Temples in two thousand titles and Frets about to go off and see if he can find out and make us by the way Kitty left you a letter said Dash it. All Meg have been prattling away this half an hour can't I just give a damn letter just like you anyway, she gives him the letter and he sits and reads it and he reads it with great concentration. And then he leaves he goes to meet with the Chevelle who's desperately destroyed JoJo brings up a great point about all our couple's romantic Olivia and Camille practical Hannah and Dolph with Kitty and Freddy trying to sneak him through all their problems. If you think about it in the context of a cotillion, in fact a dance between couples, it would be a right mess of adults because you've got some people that know the steps some people that just want a freestyle all over the place. So I find that very funny. We've had the contrast between Freddie and Jack and then we've had the contrast now between Chevalier and Freddy who is very very practical. He's like I'm going to sort you out. Now. This is one other loose thread. What's the solution? Well, obviously you too. If you're that in love with each other you ought to elope and chevalley is just got all this hyphenation kind of language of oh, but I could not do that to my angel and then Freddy's like well, what's the alternative if you don't rescue her she's going to become someone's mistress. Yeah toot sweet and not you know, that's a far worse life than living with you who she adores dashed all that'll be fine. And it's great because he you know, he lifts the Chevalier from the depths of Despair to sudden hope an animation. But in the midst of all this desperate gratitude and excitement and romance Freddy just wants to dispatch Olivia and Camille off to France as quickly and efficiently as humanly possible is like right if you're going to do it we're going to do it. We're going to get you the heck out of here. Here's an extract from the audiobook of Cotillion courtesy of naxos and read delightfully by Claire will dead. Game to tell you miss brought his in the devil of affects. The Chevalier had walked over to the window, but he turned swiftly at this. You would say you miss brought he is in trouble. That's it. Not at Freddy run away from hands Crescent. Not the thing but can't claimer never saw such a set of rum touches in my life as those relations of hers. For the love of God cried the Chevalier impatiently what does happen to her? Where is she? Left her with my sister ready replied she came to our skip to help her. Oh, she has a heart of gold this Kitty and she will do so the Chevalier exclaimed Brown lightning a little do so she might but she ain't there said Freddy stolidly not there whether Nishi gone down to my great-uncles palm girls at a standstill don't know what to do seem to me I best come and tell you about it thing is she can't stand Berkeley Square first place that brought a woman will think of when she starts searching for her home. But tell me I beg of you it is not it is not that Madonna's discovered. It is not I who I'm the cause. Oh, no, nothing of that nature, you know Henry Gosford offered for her. She will not consent to marry that Asia. The Chevalier said contemptuously know very likely not wage seems to me. You should accept a truck blomstrom. My cousin Jack said Freddy, brutally, no, no jaculator the Chevalier turning pale. You shall not suggest such a thing. I've said it very understandable thing to do frightened of a mother went return to her you.
"berkeley square" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That certain nine we there was a magic that the nightingale I may be right I may be wrong and small that I the move full the war for how do you know we hold on were he streets this it was such I and say on I this when James all I still remember small or is that a was it whole just as as the dad saying of fall the nine and and is and we'll be there's something hurts my I feel like screaming if you what you Fraser since Barton springs my name made that and three days in things I did this is not enough to drive a we he absolutely everything it's not enough to drive all the song dates back to the nineteen twenties but they are of our time the hot sardines going crazy with the blues Joe Jackson before that step it out the song that has settled into being a modern standard or a new standard cool version of it by Kurt Elling Nat King Cole a nightingale sang in Berkeley square head of that song book on WNYC ninety three point nine FM new standards dot org for any place that Saturday night.
"berkeley square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A nightingale sang in Berkeley square was formally introduced by Judy Campbell and new faces review in London in April of nineteen forty the song was featured in Frank Sinatra's nineteen sixty two album Sinatra sings great songs from Great Britain you're getting to be a habit with me was written by Harry Warren and al Dubin and was recorded by Frank in nineteen fifty six the next song is featured in Frank Sinatra's nineteen sixty two album Sinatra in swing and brass here's don't you go away mad I must confess what you say is true I had a that's the only she you've got a but you they I have a three year this he said what is you come on and give me just they now seven three what I what is for come on and give me the they don't go I understand that set what is come on in his they they now those who and more.
"berkeley square" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The full line to his home spun subjects Mister Andrew fielding and if you're ready we'll go back to the phone to injure one looking forward to the next call touch this button and Tony you know higher welcome nice hi Morgan and Andrew forgive me this line to you I hope you can hear me all right that this line to you is very scratchy I don't know what's causing it can you hear me alright clear yeah yeah okay that's good so it this sounds bad those steps but I remember they both involved my grandfather and one was when we were building out in our subdivision I was two years old when we moved out here and he would take me on we would walk up to the fire hydrant which was five houses up the street and it was before there were even some of the houses were built some of the sidewalks were in they were just run in the gas lines and stuff and I remember that and then I remember another part where they never owned an automobile neither one of them never learned to drive so he would grandma would need groceries and they always lived close to a grocery store that's when there was grocery stores on every corner and he and I would always go to the grocery store now that those are the two things I remember as far as steps are concerned now how far was it to the grocery store the was it a few blocks or was it just a block as you so they will learn everything a few blocks they live downtown at the time and that's one downtown was thriving there were a lot of was it exciting to get out of the night and I enjoyed it yes I enjoyed that because I felt like I was a big kid give I was with my grandpa and I sure I felt like I helped him get the groceries even though he carried on but anyway I always say that's nice but anyway now as far as songs are concerned I have three things to to tell about songs and I'll hurry because I know you have for a full line excuse me one song that I sing all the time in my in it goes through my head is the Patty Duke same song which I love the show and I love the song okay waiting Gilligan's island I hated the show but I like the song another thing I lost a cousin here about six months ago that I was close to and she taught me a song about and it's called a smile is friendly magic it's a very short song may may I tell it to you instead of saying it yes you may you don't want to sync it are you sure no no I don't want to sing it I'm kind of horse okay a smile is friendly magic so is the warm hello a helping hand we'll bring you friends where ever you may go a smile is friendly magic so use it when you may you'll find a world of neighbors making yours a happy day I love the yeah really nice and she helped me out when you talk about like a cow boy but that's kinda long I was about asking the Patty Duke thing yeah go head I don't care their clothes and now you're going to the middle of the song I'm sorry has been saying you'll find yeah yes and no in the beginning Morgan I'm here I stand at the beginning of the song what's wrong news live most everywhere from Zanzibar to Berkeley square but he's only seen this site to girl can see from Brooklyn night what a crazy pair now the one William Schallert the father yes he was yeah I love you guys he was in everything in those days I am wearing what and he acted till he was really old to yes he did I think we just lost a lot last year we recently I don't know when he passed away he lived a full life yes he did he was a great act that you can it I'm sorry John it'd mean interrupted their right but I I just wanted to tell you about those about the memories of my grandpa and all and this this I'm going to dedicate this one the gland you know he said he like Mary had a little lamb and and you were talking about the doctors were surprised yeah the little the little out well I'm I learned was Mary had a little lamb the doctors were surprised when old macdonald had a farm they nearly lost their minds those are cute Tony thing only thank you all right can condolences about your cousin but it's lovely to talk with you and so you didn't like kill again but you like the song yeah and it's the same with laverne and Shirley I like the song but I needed to show keep that in mind okay thank you merry Christmas to everyone used to do it on a good night bye Tony was lovely one of the lines you want to grab a Dorothy Tim and Suzanne you will all get your chance after we take a quick break here in BC this is Jay talking I'm sitting in for Bradley I am more than you normally hear me armed on the weekends but you hear me this Wednesday Christmas morning here in BC so we doing to Bradley's in a row all right now that we've gotten all that straightened away let me give you the phone numbers you may dial six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty it ready for the break in through yep all right termin temperature here be easy.
"berkeley square" Discussed on The Science Show
"And Twenty nine thousand nine so for the second time a local bird festival in Shell haven heads on the south coast of New South Wales people. Keep Thinking Oh oh you know to attract birds into my garden. I must plant Brasilia's or banks is or bottle brush. That attracts the big birds. That attracts the a big nick data searching birds. I'm starting to plant little bushes in my back garden. Because I wanNA see the wrens and I want to see those finches comeback as as well. But I've got a couple of King Parrots that visit me regularly so they're really beautiful parochial your financial journalist. What made you start with your colleagues bird festival in July seven heads? I lift financial journalism. A number of years ago and I've been running a whole rental business in the tourism sector and I see tourism build up down here and of course we're worried about environment and how tourists might relate to that so a gopher and I decided that what we would do is take one of our great assets and he which are birds and especially beach nesting birds migratory birds and we would educate the population. About how important. Take these birds here. So one of the really important things is not to bring your dogs on beaches and if you see. These birds see them through binoculars or telescopes. Don't go up to these birds because you'll frighten them and they'll lose the fact that they're trying to store to fly back to Siberia or they'll just fly flyway and not come back anymore. So respecting the environment respecting the wildlife where surrounded by is really important is really just getting people to realize what there is is out there where we're sitting on a deck in the south coast and Akaki. That's a sulphur. Crested Cockatoo has just finished biscuit standing on one foot with the other foot grasping the biscuit by the way Perry. Are you an expert on birds. Can you recognize them. I'm not really a burden although I have to say. I was a member of the Gould League of birds when I was little. But you know I live on a beach in the south coast and I'm surrounded by boots beautiful birds and I really WanNa know who they are. I WanNa know where where they come from. They've all got a fabulous story to tell and at the moment. Of course the most important thing to leave it for the birds is a bowl of water. Indeed I've been quite surprised by how the population's relations change. I remember a few years ago when there were lots of tiny red crested finch is would leap up and come along almost every day and now you haven't seen for years the Cairo Wong's seemed to have disappeared as well. The crows are occasional and so it's a shifting population although in spring what you get is the arrival of some of the latest youngsters and it's terribly funny when the guerrillas turn up little crew-cutted garage then this into quietened down. I don't know whether it's because they're a little bit older. But back to your festival you've had two now and I visited them and they were packed they're wonderful attendance Indi- and the question is how could you predict what sort of things people might be interested in what they wanted. Well the festival is run over three days this year On the Friday night and the Saturday it was mostly for a more experienced Buddha group Friday night we had a brilliant speaker. Sean Dooley who came and spoke to the audience about birds and it was fun. Everyone had a great time. I there was a bit of Trivia going on. You didn't need to be an expert to just have a great time on the Tuesday day we had back to back really interesting speakers about everything from seabirds to great woman who lives nearby pig McDonald Donald. Who runs a raptor recovery center and of course you know? A headline speaker was Tim Lowe who is really famous for his book. Where Song began in other words? It began again in Australia. And we gave song birds to the world. Exactly all those people that talk about the nineteen gallium Berkeley Square. I'm sorry that nodding Gal owes its heritage to the birds that started singing in Australia. So Ted talks are really quite exciting. The sad thing about Ted talks. Is that you sort of sit in a darkened room watching it all on a computer whereas we decided to have ted talks and lodge auditorium where people could actually engage with each other in between the talks and talk about birds and talk about the knowledge of bids. We were surprised by the different kinds of people at turned up. Though millennials are really interested in goods well why wouldn't they be. This is the earth that this sort of inheriting from Miss and of course there are a lot of older people that have more time to go out and do booed walks and spend a fortune looking at all sorts of birds all over the world and then on the Sunday it was a great day. 'cause it was just a big festival day. We had lots of children's workshops. There were people there from national parks and wildlife who talked about the glossy black cockatoo which is in decline and they showed kids how to make kites glossy black cockatoo kites and they're all out there flying things we had speakers. We had musicians. We had a couple of actors who addressed as bowel boots doing a little bit of a mating ritual. It was just wonderful one of the site. You're talking about black COCO's. NARA is the aboriginal word for black. cocky that's right. Although interesting enough in narrow these days it kind of seems to be inundated with Corollas that have all come in from the list. And I imagine that that's because of the changing nature of the water patterns. You know there's not enough water out there but if you drive down the Pacific highway away in a narrow just as you head south. You'll see them. They all over the traffic lights. They pick out the rubber in the lights in the traffic. And that's a bit bit of a nightmare but still they lovely quantifies against it because the other thing that you did Jeff Han so impressive is you had people go on expeditions around the area Korea. Now you've got the amazing Delta of the river you mentioned the shore birds well of course that's almost Chore Bird Central Where we have this wonderful area at shell haven heads where the river used to go out to the sea but now there's a sandbar there and so it's a bit of history. It's actually referred to as the International International Airport International and domestic airport because this is an arrival area for birds that are coming from Siberia the Arctic and just up the road as well well so this is where they arrive and depart from. This is where they get their food from the little blue soldier crabs or other things that are in the river. But Shaun Dooley said that without even working up a sweat he managed to see sixty different species of birds migratory and beach show birds in this area just sort of standing there with a pair of have been killers. It was remarkable. It's incredibly. I think his record is seven hundred. He's one of the seven hundred club as the great twitter. That's right yeah. Yeah and in the bird headcount but one thing talking about this area a few weeks ago is when you would normally expect sheer waters to come flying from the north and they haven't arrived saved. Many actually have been found in the water. Just washed up is anyone's what's going on. No but I think the the bird count of the numbers that arrive and depart are actually lead diminishing quite sadly I mean we are going through an extinction event and we really need to protect the species. We've got protect the water areas where these birds are at the moment. I know seven beach which is just near where I live there. A group of very active people who mark off areas where there are beach nesting birds. You see these little players who lay their eggs. They tend them they look after them enormously and then some waking great wave comes in on a bad storm die. I am washes them all the way. Poor things have got to start all over again. A we're lucky to have to pied oyster catches at the mouth of Seven Mile Beach. But there's only only two left from what used to be a population of one imagines hundreds not so long ago. Of course the terrible news. A few weeks ago was from the North America where they've found that thirty eight percent of the birds of North America have gone in fact. Three billion of the breeding pairs have now disappeared from North America. The figures are just terribly shocking. But let's end on a good note because here's an example. I don't know how many bird festivals there are around Australia enabling the region people in in the local area to get together on a tremendous amount of fun. Learn plenty of science. Are you the only one. We're the only one on the east coast of Australia. We do know of another the festival at Bruni Island which is wonderful but I think that happens every two years but we hope to keep paths going every year and shall heaven heads and it's just such a wonderful thing to celebrate the beauty and wonder of Goods Perry Crow Shaw Director of the Bird Haven Festival at Shell haven heads on the south coast of New South Wales another one next year..
"berkeley square" Discussed on Lore
"There's a lot about London that seems to echo the atmosphere of the house at fifty Berkeley Square. It's a city painted. Did shadows but it's unclear if that darkness was always there or if we imported over the centuries what's clear is that almost from the start tragedy and suffering has been a resident of this ancient city right back to the invasion of Boudicca nearly two thousand years ago and up to its most modern challenges. Orange is the city of London has had to suffer through quite a bit and that has a way of leading mark over the centuries though the the city has always found ways to move on. New Layers are added all the time building. The present on top of the past and slowly burying one dark moment beneath another which is probably why London is one of those places where new construction always seems to bump into ancient things if you dig deep enough. You're guaranteed need to find something and look. London is a massive city. And while I did my best to cover some of its larger and more powerful stories there there are hundreds more that I had to leave untouched. Honestly if you want to visit a haunted location in the city just visit a local pub like the ten bells or the flask or the Spaniard. In if the stories are true you'll find a lot more than a pint of Ale waiting for you inside but if there's one mark on the pages as of London's history that is bigger than most it's hard to deny the power of the plague if you remember when the wave of disease washed over the city in sixteen sixty five it took two years to run its course and in the process it claimed the lives of nearly one hundred thousand people and that was a lot of tragedy to deal with on the personal and the the public level. The biggest problem seemed to be what to do with all those corpses. We've all seen films like Monty Python and the holy grail and can all remember number lines like bring out your dead and from what we can tell that's pretty close to how it actually would have been a steady daily flow of bodies out of the city away from the places places where people lived in the hope that it would stop the spread of the disease and most of the bodies were carried outside the city limits. One such burial location was started by the Earl of craven who purchased a parcel of land west of the city for disposal of plague victims and every night for months on end carts filled with rotting corpses. Were wheeled out onto his land and then dumped into the pits there over time the place became known as the pest house field and later it was named gelding holding close but to be honest few people actually went there. They were too afraid of what might happen if they got too close to the body of a plague victim or heaven forbid accidentally accidentally touched one so the burial plot like so many others around the city became a sort of no-man's land after years of waiting. The owners owners of the land eventually made the decision to use the property for development. London was growing in. There would always be a need for a new neighborhood to settle in so it was sold in. Pieces is and developed into homes for the wealthy elite to move away from the center of the city. Gelding closed eventually became known as Golden Square. And today. It's a prominent feature in the Soho area of London. But even though the name has changed and the landscape around it has been transformed. The past is still there. Lingering Green in the shadows of modern life in fact more than a few visitors to the park and buildings that surrounded have bumped into the past in a very real way a few you have seen the figures of people dressed in old fashioned clothing slipping through the square at night while most if caught the sound of wailing as if someone were enduring horrible pain pain and suffering. But it's not the specific things people have heard over the years that are the most terrifying aspect of these stories. No it's where they all claim the voices have come from the sounds. They say seem to emanate from right beneath their feet.
"berkeley square" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Well so the song now everyone street in this knows and certain there was please and you and the streets of were it was such a wrong this night and give us then the state has some it's rotary club some product yeah the state reduce own comes from there is peaches come from Georgia and can't get comes from Kentucky Hey the country lucky New Jersey comes from go first from where most seems to grow from gold comes from divorce is also you tens from Pennsylvania from this region where they that's for me come come from well maybe not for its bird life in the same way that Barclay square is but the Rhode Island is famous for amongst other things a really sweet Nancy Lamont record of same and Mel Torme and nightingales nightingale sang in Berkeley square Georgia on my mind that mon roll songs that leave here on W. NYC on a Sunday brunch time or if you choose to go to new standards dot org experience this in an encore presentation Tuesday starting at noon time a new standards dot org one click away from hearing the song book night.
"berkeley square" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Deal which unfortunately never happened but that was art go well take me through that if you will because how far how far along and how close did you get to that i mean were you guys gigging around the bay area with this and you're searching for like anybody that time trying to get a deal try and get to the next how close did he get in there and how much time did you put in on that well we got it's funny the way you put it a eddie we got really close which is to say we were about as far as ways as you could get you know either either get the deal you're done right right so 'em we had a some really good relationships with people who kept turning it down if if i can categorize it like that the most unusual would be a carter john carter who wound up being one of chicken puts a manager's a along with my manager make bregman and carter was a sam's personal manager at the time any produced a lot of ceremonies early record's to yeah cardio is a fantastic human being he was just fantastic but he is the funny story is is that he was the he was like are nemesis like we had we would we were selling out clubs in the san francisco bay area and we really thought well we gotta go the ballet now and play some clubs and we just had the worst time fitting in down there is even harder than fitting it up here and we would do these you know showcase type club gigs and we would invite carter 'cause he was the guy we really want her to get a deal to carter at capitol records and he just would turn this down each time and so over the years i kept thinking carter one of these days i'm gonna meet this guy named i've gotta give him a piece of my mind do and so there we are a win chicken foot got started and here's this sweet guy saying oh hi joe i'm carter you know and i'm like your car we had a good laugh about that and and we never let each other forget about it 'em but a yeah we we tried really hard i mean we we were hurt every day that we weren't doing gigs we mostly you know did clubs like a keystone berkeley keystone palo alto the stone in san francisco berkeley square the palms in san francisco we would venture out to you know down into the peninsula or out the sacramento but mainly that was are circuit and a we we just never could like punch through a during that period and and as you know that period from eighty to a late eighty four with so much going on in almost every genre of music there were just great bands popping up and taking the world by storm and a it was a you know a very intense period musically is very exciting a we just never found on this so why now why in twenty nineteen thirty thirty five years after this band disbanded did you you decide would be a good time and a fun time to expose this part of history and let people hear it because it's it's pretty cool mix of a lot of things there's some progressive elements there's new wave elements of the rockets pop it's a little of everything so it's cool but what i'm saying before you came on the air with me is that a lot of artists who have bans or things like this in the past who have gone on to have great success doing something else like you obviously have a lot of and wanna suppressed this maybe like you know some old recor company rear up and wants to put it out with a big sticker saying featuring joe satcher yanni and they poop porter they don't want it out you've obviously embraced it you want it out there you're you're here today talking about it you're you're clearly proud of this part of your past but why now why did you decide you want it to to get the word out on this a that's a great question i i you know like off the top of my head i have to say i bet it was just purely emotional no 'em that it just became the right time 'em i mean you know they the people should know.
"berkeley square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"London's each race we're talking about what salt and perhaps not so hot on the london restaurants scene richard vines bloomberg's chief food critic joins us now here in the studio are very good morning to you rich and good morning so this is leprosy chef coming to london tell us all about it can park very very big name in the states and then spark a restaurant he does the oscars bowl every year isn't it for twenty four years he's coming to a puppet version there is chinese restaurant chinois a main at the full fivepart lane dortch next month exciting but he's also the sites for london restaurant he's identified one place in berkeley square and another one there harrods he told me i was chatting to him this week that could become a spago or should well what exactly is it china i mean chinese food has always been quite big writes in london hacker san also dim sum is it is going to be even more popular he i asked about that i thought why come to a city this axiom he points out the his food actually is the bit more panasian that need has his own twist on things he's particularly powdery speaking dot quarters fluffy pancakes and the different pump source i'm hungry plenty this is so cruel richard i think now both gone polka party he isn't going to be the only celebrity chef in town that there's another one coming ever got nobu coming noble himself he's preparing a dinner attended fifty pounds though if you want to go and see him the next week the noble hotel in shortage but i also hear robert deniro will be over with him so let's see if he's there were two hundred and fifty pounds talk to me about restaurant chains actually so we're looking at some of the results for example from could coat live on tougher kotex so i'm very familiar with the restaurant.
"berkeley square" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Oh it's in over one hundred twelve countries two hundred thousand employees four hundred agencies he's really he's really built in and you look at this chart on jtb go you can see how it's outperformed the footsie during his reign so he's had quite the rain even in the past year they've come under some pressure he's had quite a performance especially if you look at it they're against the footsie he is free to start a new advertising venture if he wanted to who knows what he's going to do i'm sure we'll still see at davos in the likes of those big business corporate meetings but because he never had a non compete agreement has been there for thirty three years i don't think he expected to ever leave i don't think we'll see him starting to company but this these are the technicalities ft's talking about i think actually given his personality i think you'd be very surprised i th i think he could open up shop in berkeley square tomorrow it's the kind of individual that he is guy job over at the university of edinburgh business school came up with this wpp lease a cloud of suspicion when some transparency would be welcome disinfectant of course this goes back to remuneration the new shoes to be what are the challenges is it about transparency is about the business what's the key thing i think it's about the business their financial guidance has repeatedly proved to optimistic look at the look at look at the stock over the past year they lost a third of their value just over the past years they have been under some pressure on march first they lowered its longterm profit outlook after had this worst annual performance since the global financial crisis and compared to their other competitors in the advertising business they've suffered worse the following year there's been many calls internally that he's getting paid too much so i think they're looking for someone maybe they'll get someone a little bit cheaper to fill the shoes on one media analyst has said that you could potentially see a break up of the company and there was pointing to was pointing to cantor this data management unit because of how much money could bring in capacity bringing point five billion dollars from this could be useful social security is with you through life's journey get to know us at social security dot gov we are.
"berkeley square" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Free food uh are here it is there are amazing every hour shelter and or prank ari yesterday where or a call rich here's to open it up you know with argana uh drink of abra tudor style eighteen wheeler came in san francisco it or someone crowder parenting and i am i keep asking uh there was a shelter they i was there alan eric hours of the people coming it all over i so why are they find your well i'll tell you what care what happened to her car wires big storm ikea away we now when our facebook and twitter and so a couple of things that have the number one uh if easy and out for people who want to help it go on and find a shelter or find neighbor out uh you know we had an army probably a thousand boat at one time of a water and easier i call it are all aggregate gun kirk are they rescue people should average headed right by facebook i was i was working with guys are you serve all our retracted bar otto porter id bay went on facebook and twitter area berkeley square mile area purpose or coming at you with all your i here to get you only bring it back to our birther survey probably wrecked five hundred people powered by a broker twitter people are shelters in here are baiters better at the convention center have ten thousand people aren't aren't area and a two thousand people by curse back because people are able to crack easily uh in a way that they had enabled before even more people are cellphone with erica boat particularly baby so her senior citizen um so it's really help it save lives people rescued we had won a helicopter pilot uh that was that he was of ours are i think working for our house beta added iowa one call could find it area pulled out as far welded ups we would do driving a car that while you're driving oakley but and and found out it is amazing that we also have the problem of all pre internet on route probation and oil these centres had been able it after bad bali correct but uh it it it it.