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"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Be accessed. Calling 100 gambler 104 to 6 to 537. Joining us now W. GMTV anchor Ben Bradlee Or is it the member of Parliament? Ben Bradlee, one might not know because there's a major problem trying to decipher the two online. Then you're still dealing with us. Cheerio. Tots offer Now I mean, hey, so they're asking you now to swap places. I heard that there's a movement afoot in Mansfield, England to have maybe their member of Parliament, which is a good thing. It's not the House of Lords, see, because I'm definitely not qualified for that. But you could wear one. Those cool wigs. I think I've been called a comment or many times in my life, and I think I could I could be a member of the people's house there. Ben Bradley, please resign. Now get on a plane wearing your mask, of course and come to the UK and be our member of Parliament. That was toward you. They want you to come over there because they don't like this guy. The one is over there. Yeah, You know, this has been going on for about two years now ever since. But two years ago, there's a member of Britain's Parliament who shares my name and spelling Ben Bradlee. At about two years ago. He apparently proposed that if you want to have Government food stamps or welfare that you should have to get sterilized. So there was a little bit of outrages you could imagine on the Twitter. He's super popular. I bet. Unfortunately, most people don't figure out Who they're tweeting at. Theyjust search Ben Bradlee. Well today, Ben, I all along. I've been following this for the two years, but I will tell you and I thought it was over, but it keeps coming up. But now, not today. I understand exactly why it keeps coming because you look like him too. I didn't realize you don't look, you look like him. He's a much more handsome chap than may know. You guys looked about the same age address the semi look, You look similar Similar, I'd say, apparently. Now he wants to do away with school meals for poor kids. That's the latest, dear you, Ben for outrage. Oh, wait. That's not you, Ben. That's him. Yes, not me. And I'm all about eating in school. Yeah, you can see right. Just go on the record. Make sure that's clear. Exactly. Haven't interviewed you, and I mean they're covering the British call them is The Times of London has a radio show that they included me in its funny right, like I'm used to being insulted on Twitter. So it's not as though that's a new experience for me, but it is funny. They are far more creative on I learned that you Khun, one of the one of the British Pieces of slang that was hurled my way. I thought it sounds, you know. Sounds bad here, but the BBC said You can say it on the air there. It's not that bad. Okay? What is it? Talk wobble. Is that directed at you? Yes, that I'm trying humble wobble. Yes, And apparently the closest American translation is somebody with an obnoxious personality. No, I remember Wanker was used connected to you before that wanker. I don't present I shouldn't have let her wear. That is not naughty word that you're not supposed to say. Oh, the BBC has standards unlike wg, and I know I told you not. That was that's a bad one. I'm sorry. Take it back. On the Great Dame, the British Broadcasting Corporation, But you can say cock cock humble. That's you know, just go out and go through my Twitter replies. If you'd like to see the British people at their finest and most insulted, well, David in Britain tell, says Ben, coming at this from a different angle. If you fancy coming over here and stepping into this place, all you need to agree is that feeding starving kids is a decent thing to do. It's a pretty low bar. Come on over. I actually got a direct message from the member of Parliament. Ben Bradlee. You heard from him. He heard me on the right. He heard beyond the BBC. Ah sent a direct message apologizing. Which would be over there spelled a P O l o g. I s s I n g. That's another giveaway that people are insulting. You are not your Chicagoans when they demand that I apologize. As opposed to apologize, right but anyway, yes, the member of Parliament was kind enough to send me a message on Twitter and was long and heartfelt aunt. He insisted that he's been taken out of context, though he does find it important, too. As he put it. Speak in an upfront and honest way. That too often too many people are afraid to speak. It's nice to know it's not just the US that's gotten all these kinds of problems, right? They got it over there too. So anyway, how did your procedure go? I mean, not a lot of detail. Which is generally how did it go? Good I had I'm not. Try to talk about it. I've I've had a couple of bouts of skin cancer. Mohr little more serious, but very manageable anyway. The latest little basil cell that they found would have been a big deal other than it was on my lower eyelid. Which is not an easy place to take off. So I had most procedure on last Wednesday, and they Dug it out. And then I had to go to an ocular plastic surgeon who knew there was such a specialty, and I've got like six stitches on my eyelid. And so you're gonna be on the news? Yeah, I just did the special report with Governor Pritzker put on. I have some classes that occasionally uses. I get older and that disguises it on that a little makeup and hopefully you can't see it. But tune in it for today and play count the stitches with your favorite member of Britain's Parliament. Why he's an Asian. Chicago is beyond. I don't know. I just hope you've settled it once and for all, because now it's really blown up..
Monkey steals man's phone, proceeds to take hilarious selfies
"Monkey accused of stealing bone taking selfies. Tended to ten. A Malaysian man says, he lost his phone on Saturday and thought it was stolen. He says, he was still trying to call it. Sunday when he heard a ringing from the jungle behind his house not far from where a monkey had been spotted according to British Broadcasting Corporation the man check the photo gallery and said, it was stocked with pictures of the possible thief along with nature shots. Of course, the evidence might. Simeon. Circumstantial some lawyers might not be given it much credence especially, if they can't chimpanzee their way to winning the case, but you've got to give it some credit because once you looked hammer into the facts, they tell a Lion Tale that gives about boon to the argument over what the primate or tried to
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Danville the doctor so I got valley Riley's back this is bill o'reilly and you will hear the O. Reilly update tomorrow morning at ten eleven and twelve noon on eight sixty eight AM the answer making sense out of today's news here's Dr Sebastian Gorka president is that none of this crazy circus for him he is holding a press conference or right now with partnership hi but on the wind the prime yeah of the Turkish Republic then the White House if there's anything monumental coming out of that we will share it with you instantly let's also shift to another news item I I know I don't want to ruin your day but the re gave an interview with the BBC you wanna know she said don't also that cause I'm gonna play it anyway this is what Hillary Rodham Clinton said to the British broadcasting corporation and nine how you guys run again no not now I mean that is that is a hundred percent said a few days on my newspaper well you know I never say never to anything I will certainly tell you I'm under enormous pressure from many many many people to think about it but as of this moment that is absolutely not and my plans she's under enormous pressure from many many many people set is it who is it like Jeffrey Epstein's bodies I don't know could it be let's listen to what somebody else who worked for the Clintons eight Democrats thinks about her idea to run again to quote Larry elder can we be so lucky this was a dog shown on fox news com eleven my advice would be call.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty. Then I'm going to tell you about a story about tax theft in Pennsylvania. But it's not limited to just Pennsylvania. It's happening all over the country. And I want to also start off before I take your calls with a little history and bringing this into under the rubric of government theft government monopoly, and how can drastically changed history. I think this is a very good example. I'm of course, talking about Winston Churchill and the BBC, and I'm reading from capitalism and freedom by Milton Friedman. Just going to read you this brief passage a striking practical example of these abstract principles is the experience of Winston Churchill from nineteen thirty three to the outbreak of World War Two Churchill was not permitted to talk over the British radio. Which was of course, a government monopoly administered by the British Broadcasting Corporation here was a leading citizen of his country, a member of parliament, a former cabinet member a man who was desperately trying by every device possible to persuade his countrymen to take steps to ward off the menace of Hitler's Germany. He was not permitted to talk over the radio to the British people because the BBC was a government monopoly in his position was to quote controversial think about that horrifying horrifying. The government monopoly prevented Churchill from going on the radio in nineteen thirty three. Do you think we might have saved six million Jewish lives? If somebody had let him talk he and millions of other lives, of course of people that died in the concentration camps in our soldiers and everybody soldiers in the allied soldiers and millions and millions and millions of people because the government monopoly would not let Churchill on the air important, very important point in history. That's why I'm talking about six one seven two five four ten thirty going to Sherry in Cambridge. Hello, Sherry, you're on the air. Thank you. How are you? Happy new year. Happy Sherry well. I agree with you one hundred percent. And now my point is way back in the seventies. I was active in legal women voters. So I really don't even know what happened to them. I haven't been active in that. But I think we should get to get a group together to find out what what groups are available where? We can use this as a springboard. And as an issue discussion, come up with some ideas. Go ahead, Jerry. I don't know. There's a is it. There was another group it this not illegal women. They sleeker women voters. But there was another group that was nationwide. So I don't even know what happened to them. But even around in Massachusetts. To find out. And so I can become a minute because this is very serious on this retirement. Can you imagine working seven years and then getting nice little guaranteed retirement? Well, even every small one marriage because you get interested on absolutely Sherry a good. Another good example. I've often brought up is Bernie Sanders gets eight thousand dollars a year for having served as mayor in. I believe it was Burlington Vermont you have to double check my memory. But I think he served maybe two terms eight years. I'm not even sure if he served that much but eight thousand a year over twenty years. Yeah. Yeah. That's up to sixty thousand dollars, right? Jerry. All of us could use a nice eight thousand little pocket change. They they're the ones who wrote themselves these wonderful little races and everything. I mean, I didn't. So I couldn't vote my own salary increase. Right. Thank you. I'm I'm an dig into this and see what I can find on is is if these which organizations would be good for us to do some campaigning talking to advocacy absolutely Sherry dig in. And I'll take all the help. We can get in report back in let us know. Okay. All right. Thank you. Excellent. By so much, you take care. Bye. Okay. We're going to continue to talk about this part of me. And before I go to break, I wanted to just do I like how I love connections. And I love how things have this symbiotic way of working out. And so I thought this was really cool. I went to follow up on some previous shows if you remember I did a show a few weeks ago about the baby it's cold outside song in that whole ridiculous banning of the song. And I went through it point by point. And I pointed out, and I did not hear anybody else. Yours truly is the one who made this point is that. And because I took because I took the time to do my research in that there was a scene in that movie Neptune's daughter, where the woman was doing the exact same thing to a man she was singing, the the male Nevada male part of the song trying to get her boyfriend or her love interest to stay thereby undercutting this whole baloney that it was, you know, akin to a sexual assault song. But anyhow that woman was Betty Garrett. And then I'm watching. I was watching livered in Shirley. And as you know, I did a show, of course, on the and timely passing of penny Marshall, but celebrating her life's work, and I was watching Laverne and Shirley recently one of the reruns and my husband, and I are watching it. And I'm I'm a psych quickly. Saw a when the credits rolled through. I recognize the name Betty Garrett. That's EDNA from Laverne. And Shirley, the one who played Laverne 's I'm girlfriend, and then wife, she's the woman in Neptune's daughter who I was talking about Betty Garrett. And I thought that's just that's so uncanny. I did a show on the song baby. It's cold outside and that related to her. And then I did the Vernon Shirley. And there you go the sec- I love how things work out like that these connections. So Betty Garrett is the actress in Neptune's daughter who's trying to get the man to stay, and she is also in Laverne, and Shirley, and I just thought that was cool and one to share it with you six one seven two five four ten thirty. And the last follow up is actually from my mother Hossam Feffer when I explained to you schlemiel shemozzle and Hossam Feffer is indeed a Germans do. But more specifically, thanks to mom. It is a rabbit stew. So now, you know, Hossam Feffer will be back after this break. I'm Marie Franko. This weekend live on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty..
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Surprised me because I had ever reasons not like this because I grew up not wanting to like it not not being okay to like it. I guess you could say if I was like sneaking off, and I like this. I'd be going to my parents. And they gave me everything. But now being able to watch it objectively like, you know, there is something to this. It's not just silly ass jokes. I mean, that's a good good portion of the kids, but for the little kids and even then. All right. Little kids. They I want to give them complex stuff there Scher, but I can't deny the butts or funny, and I can't I can't laugh a Mon butts on my own terms. Let other kids enjoyed as. Well. So I mean, yeah, surprised me madness all down above me. I wonder if you had actually watch show consistently if you would have thought that maybe like this didn't necessarily need to be in theaters with me. I didn't joy it. But But just just like like. I could have been three part episode been fine fair enough. But also someone in the Felix the everywhere the. That eating burgers gets dictate to them. That is weird man that is cellular. We're he's a he's a baby w was super size VW new. You were saying BB w like God damn why do you know that is that what are secretly try to admit your BB w fetish on this show? Oh, I've invested a lot of stuff on on. Oh, yeah. What what is the most? What is the fetish that you were like an investigate? Nope. Or you accidents happen upon accidentally where you're like. No. No get out because you know, it's not for you. Because that's what the wsa fetish show furry stuff is exactly what I'm saying. You're admitting your fetish to everybody on the SpongeBob episode. Happy one oh, seven everybody. He likes BB, allies and mills. I appreciate the female form in any shape ages like wine how about how about how about the Squidward for where he's. U S S B ws as big size size. Okay. Why not you paid her? God. Your little bug. On the crushed. Okay. I won't be crushed feeling that he's a fan of BBC BBC is the British Broadcasting Corporation. You're only at that. Okay. Yes. Putting out. Rumors real you people there. BBC the broadcast. I've seen the news. Yeah. You're so innocent innocent. Do you not know BBC stands for important? No big black cock. Oh, okay. I'm not looking for that. I'm not looking for that fair. Do you know about that? Because I was like is on the title of something goes watching BP's BBC. I don't think this British. I clicked eventually away. But. Someone is w the name of car BMW. You guys are getting out of hand. See my hair look. But what was I gonna say bring this up because we're not getting YouTube comments section today. We'll try some different or try not to do that. So don't leave your comment something, maybe tell us some jokes and The the. questions you got questions put them in the on you to up with this. Hey, everybody know you to come. It's time this week. We're try some different. If you've got questions like just questions for me and Chris personal questions God leaving down low. But before that hit the like button hit again third time's triple like, go mors dot com. Teamers dot com right there and gone. But yeah, question we mix things up we need to get these shorter answer the questions you asked us..
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on Katie Couric
"Hi brian hi katie so dame judi dench cer elton john and a talk show host walk into a studio and sit down over drinks it sounds like a setup to a joke doesn't it but it's actually a typical episode of the graham norton show the wildly popular british comedy chat show but if anyone is listening in the uk of course you know that our guest today is graham norton himself and i am really tickled pink about this me too but maybe i'm not paying anyway listeners remember how we mentioned the last episode that we had something special in store for you we'll here is a big surprise everyone we're coming to you today from london that's right the pod took us across the pond all we had to do was at an end the fine folks over at the british broadcasting corporation invited us to record some podcast episodes on their home turf and they didn't have to ask us twice very excited to be here this by the way won't be our only episode out of london in collaboration with the bbc so be sure to stay tuned in the month ahead now listeners we like analytics as much as the next podcast and so we know that most of you are not british perhaps you're not familiar with graham norton or his tv show don't worry we're here to help you get acquainted so the first thing you should know is that the format of the grand morton show is essentially an alist cocktail party on camera invite several celebrities to sit down side by side to chat and drink with one another and they're not just there to promote your latest projects they tell stories they do impressions even party tricks and they feed on one another's energy the result is a rollicking good time it's incredibly entertaining but graham is not just putting games he.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To register as foreign agents in the uk there's a similar debate over how to treat rt tommy horner brings us this report from london to uk launched in twenty fourteen and ever since they've been going on the offensive against the bbc the british broadcasting corporation is accused of staging chemical weapons attack that salacious claim was in reference to a chemical weapons attack in syria rt accused the bbc of conjuring the whole thing up rt's conduct demanded the scrutiny of off come britain's independent media regulates charged with enforcing code which requires impulse she ality within a year of being on a auty show truth seeker was cancelled as off com hit rt with sanctions since then to uk has frequently been reprimanded but they remain an agitator in british media commonly aaron coverage and analysis which is misleading or fabricated off would say they are simply providing the unvarnished russian perspective speaking in parliament british prime minister theresa may was blunt in her assessments of altay as she completed that work with other subterfuge by the kremlin it seeking to weaponize information deploying its state run media organizations to gone fake stories and photo shopped images in an attempt to sow discord in the west and under minar institutions her address in march came off to the attack in salisbury england of a former kgb spy and his daughter when enemies of the kremlin a poisoned in britain the finger of blame is quick to point to moscow and with good reason that's from the bbc reports of the story linking the matter of one of their own journalists at affect her back in nineteen seventy eight to the salisbury case today they have clearly followed the narrative given by british intelligence that the attempted murder was ordered by the russian government whether through putin or one of the many internal factions clearly the practice of killing its enemies abroad has the collapse of the soviet union since then sanctions on russia have been levied by the uk us and others meanwhile rtuk have muddied the debate airing a whole myriad of alternative theories as to who might be behind the salisbury incident invited onto a panel.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"From the nation's capital in washington dc or back joined by ambassador uram ettinger from jerusalem the capital city of israel and the home of the new us embassy in jerusalem whose opening he was present for on very pleased to say it was a great day by all accounts though not to hear from the palestinians and their admirers so much it was the day of the knock bar and the catastrophe and the the loss of a number of palestinians at the border and i wanna talk with you about that you're i interrupted your thought on the walking the walk when it comes to the palestinian cause on the part of many these arab nations finish that thought if you would sure the most vivid an updated example to the us age gap between the arab walk and arab talk on the palestinian issue has to do with saudi arabia saudi arabia is a very very soon he wa the islamic country they do not tolerate that there's been some what they call it infidel jewish state in the middle east they provide the produce much rhetoric on behalf of the palestinians however during the last few years we have experienced unprecedented and very substantial saudi israeli cooperation in the area of intelligence counterterrorism and slowly gradually also expanding into commercial technology irrigation matters all that why there is absolutely absolutely no progress as far as the palestinians are concerned on that palestinian route and reason for that goes back to the real order of priorities by the house of sewed which has the i told us machete ed their throat and they consider israel the jewish state to be the most effective probably the sole life insurance agent in the region and they obviously obviously consider that interest to be superior to the palestinian issue misra besser as i mentioned there were demonstrations they've been going on now for weeks but they kind of reached a crescendo yesterday i was listening to a a very interesting report on vault places the bbc the british broadcasting corporation which is no friend shall we say to the state.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The rest of it has to be provided in a clever in a clever way i agree with you house scariest that amine very scary so a lot of pace rather that zana books for you a creating the best car show in the in the world yes we are the people who are running these these channelled of course they're older people and this is scary stuff this is on the fly it's live it's member the show dropped the dead pony back in the day yes lord of listeners my am i don't remember that but this sort of crazy live miss it it's now part of our fabric of living but perhaps i those running the channels they don't quite understand you you can certainly say that there are people in charge of organisations and companies and media who are way too outoftouch to be charged with that and and i think particularly when it comes to national assets and you have a look at the british broadcasting corporation which apparently is all of ours in some ways they reacted very quickly to the i player fantastic but then it remains in the doldrums because they haven't invested and it hasn't been upgraded and the news website because for example sky in various others maybe you've had their off the ball but not going online so much i don't know that that that national asset has not been invested in the been so busy fighting their political battles that the happen invested in the media that is hugely outpacing that progress yeah i agree with you i mean i think there's a lot of perhaps bubble in the bbc and there's a lot of introverts has w one a drink which they make year is it's the documentary it's not a comedy having what there and the second point is that they're just hit they are going back to allen partridge great during a parody of the one shot i mean where rails would they spend probably more money during the parody than they do on the real thing it's crazy it is crazy three took about a sports yes so mike ashley who in some sports direct tuned in to to the annoyance with a lot of newcastle united fans as newcastle united controversial figure in the world is sports and business controversial figure had a segue into the.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The same protection a multinational corporations controlled by foreigners as to individual americans and and you know speaking directly to that issue on the day the decision british broadcasting corporation investigated journals greg pows wrote an article his ad line is selfexplanatory supreme court to okay al qaeda donations to sarah palin eight i mean this is this is this is where we're at this is how far we've come this is how we got here meanwhile china's up to some very very interesting behaviors a hong based book publisher was swedish swedish citizenship was secretly spirited to china and held in custody for two years why he published books critical of the chinese government so china has critical criminalised essentially the internet there are if they find that you have read certain things on the internet not only take it the it is certainly cooler child porn in the united states dalai they take your computer but they throw in prison for years and all they have to do and make sure it's on your computer is email achieved since china can now take down anybody is jeff sessions is trying to do with popular in the united states you're listening to the thom hartmann program cultural to nato a ninety nine twenty one address that issue in a little more detail right after the break stick ronald it's the two alharran university book club today were reading from democracy in chains the deep history of the radicals rights still plan or america really is the deepest roots brilliant uh this is from the introduction as nineteen 56 drew to a close colgate whitehead darden junior or the president of the university of virginia feared for the future of his beloved state the previous year the us supreme court had issued its second brown versus board of education ruling calling for the dismantling of segregation in public schools with quote all deliberate speed in virginia outrage school the state officials responded with legislation to force the closure of any school that land to comply some extremists called for ending public education entirely darden and who earlier in his career had been the governor could barely stand to contemplate the damage such a rash move would inflict even the name of this plan massive resistance made his gentlemanly virginia sound like mississippi on his desk was a proposal written by a man who had recently been appointed share.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"His woman i jeff wagner tmj group with reducing the program today at flynn as big a rule as he sounds this is the milwaukee police chief people that followed the story and a little bit of a loss because edf flynn chief of the milwaukee police department was apparently contacted by the bbc british broadcasting corporation and told that they want to do a documentary about crouching in milwaukee all right john flynn gave the bbc unprecedented access to crime scenes he didn't just let the guy that's the the the people with the bbc go on ride laws he let them and it's something that they never do or a rarely do he let him go know under the police tape and they need them unprecedented access and i think a lot of people didn't know he was was doing so you have this documentary so the documentary comesa now safe winning i have not seen the documentary so i'm it somewhat of a loss of two described as except i have read number of views the reviews of the documentary it does not portray milwaukee in a very flattering light at at all if talks about again dan all the the things we talk about an naylor basis on his pro why ed flynn thought given all that's going on in the city this by skyrocketing homicide rate and kgb jackie's in a car that's why he thought giving access to the bbc was going to result in a favorable portrait of the city of milwaukee i you you you've got under and and i'm sure these producers are sitting there thinking they got the ultimate yet era here were adult air it here's what we're gonna do we're going to make the city look radon 140ish masao sunni he gives them unprecedented access the documentary comes out again i am at a loss them seen the whole thing but he does not portray milwaukee in a very positive light all right so alderman other come council are aren't live it and they're like oh k why now again you you could make the argument that yachts the truth it's the truth at i get i take no position mc'ing the documentary but there live it why why did you do this any why did you invite this on your cell by allowing them all this unprecedented access.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To do this to say all right big story number two we talked a little bit about this yesterday um ed flynn for reasons that pass understanding the milwaukee police chief decided that he was going to give really unprecedented access to a bbc british broadcasting corporation film crew to john in and do a documentary about crime in milwaukee now the guy that was doing the documentary the filmmaker very very well known filmmaker he's done a lot of these before but this is of course the bbc and they're taking a view of crime in american city and of course you know there's a different view of guns in europe than there is in the united states so they come in they they do the documentary have now seen about a third of it just in clips ejaz incredibly unflattering um it portrays at least the portions i have seen it protrays the crime problem in milwaukee as as out of control if talks about i mean it focuses it's got some woman in there who who's got to take a sawedoff shotgun into a bathtub when she takes a bath because she defray the people are going to break it goes out and it interviews the brother of one of the guys who were shocked by the police lebel smith and who's who's not obviously happy it on he's he's talking about his name is sedan he's talking about you know how he has to carry guns in his buddy carries guns and how you know the police are out to get them and it's it's not a black and white thing it's a it's a blue black and blue thing the police are out to get african americans it's a very very negative sort of of portrayal and the chief you know he says while i was i was light to you know i i was told that you know we don't they present things that had like a positive impact on the community and that you know people who say that we're doing great things would be included and of course if the doctor documentary filmmakers didn't and i guess i i look at this and have two perspectives first of all it if if chief flynn hague busted these documentary film makers oh this is going to be a balanced portrayal of you know crime in the.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It's one on i jeff wagner dogged tmj group was producing uh that up is it flynn as big a ruled as he sounds this is the police chief now if people have been following this story and a little bit of a loss because edfgdf in chief of the milwaukee police department was apparently contacted by the bbc british broadcasting corporation and told that they want to do a documentary about crime in milwaukee all right arm and flynn gave the b c unprecedented access to crime scenes he just let the the guys the the the p e c go on ride laws he let them and if it's something that they never do or a rarely do he let him go i'll under the police tape and the he gave them unprecedented access and i think a lot of people didn't know he was was do us so you have this documentary so the documentary comesa now i want to say beginning i have not seen the documentary so i am it somewhat of a loss of to the except i have read numbered reviews the reviews of the documentary it does not portray milwaukee in a very flagging light at at all it talks about again all the the the things we talk about on a regular basis on his grow why ed flynn thought given all that's going on city the spy skyrocketing homicide rate in the shootings in the carjackings in a car thefts why he thought giving access to the bbc was result in a favorable portrait of the city of milwaukee i you you got a wonder and and ensure these producers are sitting there thinking they got the ultimate here era here were adult hair it here's what we're going to do what we're going to make the city look radl there's one hundred forty hamas how so he gives them unprecedented access the documents out again i am at a loss to mc'ing thing but he does not portray milwaukee in a very positive light our egged so all biden other come council our our live it and they're like oh k y now again you you can make the argument that if if it's the truth it's the truth that i get i take no position see the documentary but there live it why why did you do this i mean why did you invite this on yourself by allowing them all this unprecedented access flynn uh his.
"british broadcasting corporation" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The same election you go to prison and five years they're not they haven't busted one single person in indiana but they're removing tens of thousands in their battering move hundreds of thousands so the legal women voters and ablaze epf sued citing our our statistics especially the racial statistics and the fact that the list are junk see one had seen these secretive lists they said oh we have the list of the name just like joe mccarthy we have a list here of communist the state department level is the double voters millions and but it doesn't end with indiana we also have in illinois a bless the aclu for joining up with the group indivisible they now that they had knocked will i thought they'd knocked off the health care of threat a so they were moving next to vote suppression indivisible of illinois and the aclu have begun a whole legislative and political push to remove cross chicken that state which has kicked off by the way by the reverend jesse jackson who is moving national now jackson has flown to virginia where he is railing against that state's participation in the crosschecked program there are new early ready nearly half a million virginians who have been accused of voting twice and they have been removing tens of thousands a year people show up at the polling stations and they don't know what the heck is happened to their name this explains by the way what happened in michigan i flew to michigan where again a groups are are fighting a picked up the themed fighting crosscheck but this is new all these lawsuits the the legislative new legislation being pushed in in virginia the the new attack but in michigan they remove fifty thousand people donald trump only worn by ten thousand seven hundred votes in michigan you remove fifty thousand voters of color and you tell me if that who should be president will certainly those electoral votes in michigan we saw massive attend gray in ohio to greg the in this this is ada every year that guy who broke the story for the british broadcasting corporation and two thousand that this is exactly where jeb bush and catherine harris the down in florida if they.
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"Female broadcasters from the british broadcasting corporation are calling on their employer to immediately address a huge pay gap between men and women as joanna cacuses reports documents made public last week revealed that twothirds of the highest paid tv and radio personalities of the bbc arman the bbc was forced to publish the salaries of its highest paid actors and hosts after calls to cut salaries at the network it turned out that men make significantly more than women in similar jobs the highest paid woman at the bbc makes less than a quarter of what its highest earning male star bring sinn cloudy a winkelmann a tv presenter made up to six hundred and fifty thousand dollars last year while radio dj chris evans made more than two and a half million dollars in a letter to the network's leadership prominent female tv personalities point out that britain's equal pay act became law in nineteen seventy and that pay disparity should be addressed immediately joanna cacuses npr news london a meliti named snooty the longest living in captivity died in florida sunday just a day after a huge party to celebrate the sixty nine th birthday the brightened and museum says the 1300 paul manatee drowned after being trapped by an excess panel door that's normally bolted shut at the box office the world war two epic dunkirk opened in first place the comedy girls trip took second place spiderman homecoming came in third i'm jim hawk npr news in washington.
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"Maher kennedy npr news washington the value of the dollar against other currencies is falling and steve bucknor says that's good news and bad news after the election the dollar exchange rate went up on expectations that republican promises of stronger economic growth would force the federal reserve to raise interest rates faster but with the economy growing only moderately currency markets have reassessed the dollar's value the greenback is falling six and a half percent since the start of the year it has hit a twoyear low against the euro unit of europe's single currency now costs more than a dollar sixteen cents the weaker dollar tends to make us products more competitive in world markets and boost exports but it makes imports more expensive oil which is priced in dollars has rebounded in part because the dollar has fallen for npr news i'm steve beck ner defending champ chris froun has won his fourth and most challenging tour to france title today the 32yearold kenyanborn british writer finished fifty four seconds ahead of colombian rigoberto iran that's a smart smallest margin of his wins this is firms third straight win for team sky this is npr news email broadcasters from the british broadcasting corporation are calling on their employer to immediately address a huge pay gap between men and women and here's joanna kisses reports the documents made public last week revealed that twothirds of the highest paid tv and radio personalities at the bbc are men the bbc was forced to publish the salaries of its highest paid actors and hosts.
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"And the new sanctions against russia or something he doesn't want now the only way he may have to stop them is to veto the bill the houses scheduled to vote on the bill on tuesday israel is considering alternative security arrangements at a jerusalem holy site to reduce tensions and pr is daniel aspirin reports new israeli metal detectors at the site has sparked days of sometimes violent protests israel installed the metal detectors after palestinian arab citizens of israel killed two policemen of the holy site which muslims called the noble sanctuary and jews called the temple mount palestinians say israel is trying to take control of the moslemrun site on friday officials say three palestinians were killed in clashes with police and three israelis were stabbed to death by a palestinian the islamist group hamas praised the stabbings israel says it arrested hamas activists in the west bank israel has now installed security cameras at the site and officials say they are considering different security arrangements that would not require all muslim worshippers to pass through metal detectors the un security council is meeting monday to discuss the recent violence daniel esturine npr news jerusalem in saint peter's square today pope francis called for moderation and dialogue following the recent violence in jerusalem you're listening to npr news in washington female broadcasters from the british broadcasting corporation are calling on their employer to immediately address a huge pay gap between men and women and pierre's joanna kisase reports that documents made public last week revealed that twothirds of the highest paid tv and radio personalities at the bbc are men.
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