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Chicago White Sox Lose To Twins, Fall Into Tie With Cleveland For First Place In AL Central

WBBM Morning News

00:20 sec | Last month

Chicago White Sox Lose To Twins, Fall Into Tie With Cleveland For First Place In AL Central

"Sending the White Sox back into a first place tie with Cleveland and after seizing it to nothing lead on Elena Manus, first inning, two run double The socks go cold, allowing single twins runs in the 5th 6th and 7th Byron Buxton drives in the tie breaking run off Jimmy Cordero in the seventh box and also robbed the Sox Edwin incarnation of a homer over the center field wall pressures

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Mets' deGrom, Cubs' Rizzo dealing with back issues

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Mets' deGrom, Cubs' Rizzo dealing with back issues

"Cubs first Baseman Anthony Rizzo is. Is Getting Mariah after missing a week. He's been dealing with Baxter. This something that's been has bothered him in the past. Minnesota twins center fielder Byron Buxton has a left-foot mid foot sprain. In his day to day. The team announced on Tuesday for the Rangers really bad luck so far there catcher Robinson. Torino's could miss started the season after rolling his ankle a workout Monday and there are awaiting MRI results on outfielder Willie Calhoun who's dealing with tightness in his right hip flexor. New York. York mets pitcher Jacob degrom left his squad stored on Tuesday after just one inning and this was because of back tightness, according to the team,

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Minnesota Twins relieved Buxton's left foot injury just a sprain

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Minnesota Twins relieved Buxton's left foot injury just a sprain

"A sigh of relief for the Minnesota Twins. They got some good news from tests on Byron Buxton's injured foot. He had several tests done. Later last night, we got the results and there was no uh Actual structural damage or injury that they could find, which was tremendous news Twins manager Rocco Baldelli on MLB radio today. Buxton went down in the outfield while chasing a fly ball. Had to be carted off the field. The twins say Buxton was diagnosed with a left midfoot sprain and his day to

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Minnesota Twins relieved Buxton's left foot injury just a sprain

Dan Barreiro

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Minnesota Twins relieved Buxton's left foot injury just a sprain

"Byron. Buxton was injured last night. Dan didn't believe me when I brought it at like five fifty five I. Don't know what they were doing at target field if they were doing and inner squad scrimmage or whatever it was yesterday, I wasn't at the shoot around I. Don't know if you're at the shoot around no I I'm. I'm sitting there and I'm going through twitter and I think it was Dan Hays from the athletic who had at first and then everybody kind of followed suit of your gleaming video of yes, yeah, and at first somebody actually it was John Shipley had it first and mentioned that he thought Buxton got hurt running into the wall, which turned out to be incorrect, he corrected that pretty quickly, but for a moment there you already can't make it up. No, it was almost like you really can't make it up by him. Running into a wall turns out. He got his foot basically caught in the Turf Yup was carted off. And it's a left mid foot sprain. He is listed as day today. It's amazing. It's amazing. Man and it's just so weird because. Every good prospect that we've ever that we've been really excited. About has just been okay or been derailed by injuries

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Kausar Hussain, Co-Founder of Untamed Borders, on Visiting Pakistan and Afghanistan

Counting Countries

06:43 min | 9 months ago

Kausar Hussain, Co-Founder of Untamed Borders, on Visiting Pakistan and Afghanistan

"Are going to have a brief conversation with Coser Hussein. One of the founders of untamed borders in the we guide in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Cows are welcome to counting countries. Displease tell me a little bit about yourself. Hi I'm saying. I'm the CO founder unto borders of Fixer and journalist addicted to green tea addicted to green. Not Okay I enjoy good. Glass of tea is law and you mentioned untamed borders. Tell me a little bit about your role there. I'm the head guy responsible for both Pakistan and Afghanistan onto borders specializes in bringing travels to challenging destinations like Somalia Yemen Iraq and Syria case some very popular opt or destinations for people who are chasing one ninety three and then some What's talk about Pakistan Forbid Pakistan Astana is making some great strides and improving the tourism situation. They switched to so it went from one of the most difficult visas to becoming coming up pretty straightforward visa. So one more reason to visit this country another challenge that's been Hurting Pakistan's understands tourism is the Security Situation Sofi can Kausar what's the security situation like now impacts there will were the last five years a skewed acuity situation has improved. Dramatically government has made a major commitment and effort and stabilizing the country over the last several years through military operations and community outreach reach today the majority of the country stable and safe with the exception of dry Blazevic domain challenging. That's great to hear for travelers as well goes for all the people of Pakistan That the government is making having some great success in that area There's a lot to seem Pakistan stand but other what a tourist buxton is current currently untouched by tourism. You can visit magnificent landmark and and lend marks and sometimes the only tourists so for instance. I wasn't Rotas Ford which is a UNICYCLE Site last week and I brought a client. He was literally the only person there for those of people Tired of mass tourism and over tourism really breath of fresh air to go visit Pakistan and having the opportunity to sometimes have an entire landmark monument to yourself There's a lot to seem Pakistan. What's touch on a a couple of different places? Taxila has a real interesting history. Tell me about Taxila which is near Islamabad. Dickson is a great site Pakistan and Decide and Buxton. It has been a learning seat in the Boston. There was a lot of decides to visit so a lots so Buddhist tourists and people who have deep interest in the apology. There was this great Site another place high. On many people's list it's wanted the ultimate road journeys is the Karakoram Highway. Will Karakoram. Highway is often described by the Pakistanis. As the wonder under up the word and it's a great site And one gets but he's spectacular scenic and touching on CNN. Reenact one place on the care. Comb that I'm aware of which is really beautiful is fairy meadows yet. The mighty Nanga Burr. But which is often also known known as a killer killer mountain has some great views from the highway. And it's pretty fun place to reach. You have to go on in a four-wheel jeep for about ninety minutes on the edge of a mountain and then you hike an additional three hours to get your hotel so really a special place to visit one other place which is unique and interesting and fascinating where you're from push our. Was it like to visit a shower as probably a in February and it is often As the parasol students showers such a crate frontier city that which has a great historical As well as the CD's amazing and there is a lot to see The the lifestyle and to see to see in the cut of They have T- that the hundred seventy or got have DNC. The light goes bites such as amazing site x amazing city. The I think the best thing about per shower at at some level is a combination of hospitality in just the people watching hospitality is actually headey job People okay so let's let's cut to the chase. There's a you know. There's a lot of providers out there. Why should people choose untamed borders? Here's when visiting Pakistan Lick me. Give you an example. For example. Lahore has some amazing sights. And you can see you can see them listed on tripadvisor. These are places. Let's is in Lahore like bud. Shy Mosque royle for and John Gives Muslim and he tour guide can bring you there with twenty years experience of being a fixer. An generalist a bit twenty years with twenty years experience of being a fixer for journalists and a guide for travelers. I know the off the beaten path places to take take them to so for instance in the whole I take two truck painting art which is a highlight of highlight traditional wrestling street doctors in the Old City trump. A Fight Haircut okay. Woods afire haircut. It is the latest trend for young men in the whole year. Barbara actually lights the person's hair on fire and cuts the hair. You got to see to believe it. Okay and how do you house. UNTAMED BORDERS OPERATE in Pakistan. You guys offering group tours. Oh yes we do have Groped towards we have this two weeks It'd be a magnificent trip which starts in Islamabad and the highlights on their trips are collage with is the Pagan tribes and the Highway K.. And you can check. UNTAMED BORDERS website for more information on their group tours. Okay so what happens if those dates don't work for me or I like traveling by myself. Do you offer individual customized bespoke tours. Yes we do all arranger Individual as well as bespoke drips producer. WHO's USA who's gone come on the FX debts so we can for the mayor independent a weekly for them to private trips awesome?

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From Shy Girl to Confidence Coach

Journal Theory | Personal Evolution, Mindset Guidance

08:22 min | 11 months ago

From Shy Girl to Confidence Coach

"Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself and about your story and how you went from being being a quote shy person to confidence coach. Yeah for sure And you know I'll take like three full days to tell you the whole story but so I am currently confidence and empowerment coach. So I work with women who really struggle with the shyness and insecurity and we work together to to help build that self confidence that level of self love and that spiritual lightning because I really believe that that is an integral part of building your self confidence. This is kind of learning to know yourself in that facet. So that's what I do. I'm also a wife and Mama. I've got a two year old daughter named avery. And she is just a firecracker absolute light of my life and so so much what. I'm learning and teaching my clients. I'm also trying to instill in her everyday. So she grows up to be a confident woman who loves herself so it's just a little bit about me on top of that I also podcast. I am may artsy kind of design freak. I've got an se shop where I create great journaling tools and workbooks and things along those lines from a creative outlet so it's a little bit of like Jane of all trades but that's that's an overview of kind of who I am and what I'm doing now I'm but in terms of my own journey I grip a really shy kid. I say say painfully shy because I just felt so uncomfortable in my own skin and I mean I would be afraid to order food at a restaurant restaurant or ask somebody what time it was because I was so terrified of getting some sort of a negative reaction from people and that that transpired very much into junior high and high school where it's a tough time for most girls that age and I just really struggled with knowing knowing my own worth and feeling like I was of any worth or value to my friendships and that kind of transpired into adult relationships and also me being able to speak up or not speak up. I guess it would say in the workplace so a really battled in struggled many different levels of insecurity especially around like authority figures. So that's something we could even dive into but there came a point in my in my journey I had just been broken up within cheated on by boyfriend of three years and kind of forced my hand to really take a look at who I wanted to be wary. Wanted my life to go and it was Truthfully one of the best things to ever ever happened happened Mu despite it being such shitty time but it was It was the kickstart of a fitness journey. A spiritual spiritual journey and a personal development journey. That has just gone into the most beautiful whirlwind of of this just. I don't even explain Lina. This explosion of growth over the last eight years now and so over time. I've learned a lot about myself a lot about who I WANNA be. And I've gained a significant amount of tools and practice in terms of of stepping into this person. I am today today and it's just I feel like it's just beginning awesome. Yeah I discovered you through my friend Kelly and she told me about one of your webinars that I attended with with her And it was just so cool because I really resonate with your story like being a shy person. I think I've kind of overcome that in the last couple of years a little bit. It definitely not as shy as I used to be but I really liked the workshop that you did online and could you tell us a little bit more about that in the other ways you work with with clients. Yeah absolutely I believe the one that you you had done with me was Basically how to speak with confidence. So how show up in front of a room or in front of a crowd or in a presentation and really feel prepared and confident in yourself or even stepping on Oppressing live going live on social media on videos youtube even doing things like podcasters so common nowadays for so many people especially young young entrepreneurs and I've come across a tons of people who are so terrified to do things like that and I've I've one thousand percent Ben there and so I have in my past job as a personal trainer working in the fitness industry. I'm somewhat still affiliated with it but I would have to often present in front of my peers and my bosses and even the CEO of May company every once in a while. And I felt like like every time I had to do that. I was going to Shit my pants. I was so nervous like sick to my stomach over it but I learned a lot of tools over time. I and I did a lot of things to help. Prepare myself for those so that I would show up. I would give it a hundred and ten percent and honestly crush it every single time. So that's another thing that I help people with How how Excuse me how to have hard conversations how to have hard conversations uncertain as a because. That's another thing that a lot of people struggle with is really how to convey how they're are feeling when the stakes are high. Had A have you can call it a fierce conversation a tough conversation. Crucial conversations conversation. I've learned how to approach really touchy subjects with people and be able to communicate what you're feeling why you're feeling it what you hope to get out of the solution and not feel like you're going to either Krummel in the middle of that conversation or avoid it altogether because you're worried about what the other person is thinking and I think everybody can identify with having that problem at some point in their life because it's scary it's scary to to have these tough conversations when the stakes are higher when they're some maybe a lot of risks so I mean that's come from having to have tough conversations in my own relationships ships from working with clients in the fitness industry talking to them about the the real the realism of them reaching certain goals and not taking taking the appropriate actions. And that's also come from me being in higher level management in having to either terminate people or tell somebody what they need need to do in order to continue to work with us on the team so again a lot of it is coming from personal practice and of course you know tools that I've picked APP from my own mentors and other resources like you know coaching courses in Buxton podcast and all that stuff. Wow and so what do you find that. It's tools tools that help people gain that confidence or do you feel like it's just putting small things into practice over time I think it's actually more mindset Sir than anything but I think having tools in your back pocket is a comfort. It's a comforting thing it helps you feel like okay. That's that's kind of what I needed in order to feel prepared in Infield confident and I think that those are kind of like training wheels if that makes any sense like doing the things that talk about. Let's say in preparation for a speaking engagement. there's a lot of little steps that you can do but over the time I think if you can just sit down for two minutes before you go onstage and breath intention and set your intention for how you want it to go you will be just as successful in. You can feel justice confidence so I think it's more mindset and your ability to trust yourself but using those tools tools for a period of time as they as they become more natural I think that helps you cultivate that trust in yourself.

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Man charged with manufacturing meth in church playroom

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Man charged with manufacturing meth in church playroom

"A man is charged with manufacturing math and it's hard to play room a main man is charged with transforming a children's play room inside a church into a meth lab police arrested thirty three year old Matthew Anderson after receiving a complaint from a church member they discovered items consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine in the designated play room at the Buxton United Methodist Church the officer sought assistance from the main drug enforcement agency which charged Anderson with unlawful operation of a methamphetamine lab the church spokeswoman says they're working with authorities to make the building safe I'm Walter Ratliff

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Immad Akhund, CEO & Founder of Mercury, Shares His Start-Up Journey

Wall Street Oasis

06:51 min | 1 year ago

Immad Akhund, CEO & Founder of Mercury, Shares His Start-Up Journey

"Imad welcome to the podcast all right thanks for having me you're a cool cool cuckoo in tech startup called mercury now and we'll get into everything about challenger neo future of business banking let's get into how you got to this how you got here here we always been a startup person you've got software background right yes so i've been doing some sort of little hacky PHP things since since i was a teenager kind of thing and i mentioned it computer science at university in cambridge in the UK off after that i worked for about a year at bloomberg which is the only real job i've ever had and since then for the last eighteen years i've been doing startup so this is actually my fourth both company did you grow up in UK mostly i moved to the UK when i was nine originally born to buxton okay so you moved there you're you're like tinkering with building things and starting things and you go work for for bloomberg why'd you do that you know i i didn't i didn't necessarily know what i wanted to do at that stage i was pretty good at programming the main can a career path that seemed obvious fact then was either management consultancy or investment banking and blue blue was like somewhat toast to investment banking actually i applied for a lot of other jobs did not get the US baking and salting yeah i think the real underlying thing is i had absolutely no passion for them it was just it's like the default announcer and bloomberg does have more other jobs that that even they must been banged injustices that have like some level of programming the not really programming jobs that kinda a little bit of programming and finance jobs whereas bouma jawbone a real programming job and that's just something i've just naturally been good at an of his studied it as well so it was easier for me to just get into that kind of job and that was probably the only one that applied to that was more of a programming job how that works out because he was society pushed all this pressure on like going to get that job at golden sachs mackenzie or something i mean back then this is two two thousand and five why there was google facebook in the UK so there was a really interesting startups to work at i think i would have done that instead ed there was there was safa companies but the seemed like various IBM more microsoft is something which was like appealing to me right yeah i mean i did the investment banking path because society said that the path that i should do where we'll definitely was not right for me took me time and but i mean i'm happy happy i did it and it's good skill set but part of my journey okay so anyway so your bloomberg you're doing a real programming job did you like it no no toll the toll i was i was just really board you know that you have this likes us really know what the thing you building is full like given rough idea and it's like bloomberg has so many functionalities the term no duct can do anything i was in the fixed income group something to do with we'd like mortgage fixing something that i really can't even remember what it was a trading systems on fixed income but it was like a specific project i must have worked on and it was very interesting to me so i would but it was also very draining widely nine dollars come home i would feel no energy do news site projects or anything like that but me and my friend at bloomberg we used to reject crunch all the time this is in my opinion the heyday take ron trade lay bubbles pretty much only tech news that was and it was always very interesting who like someone selling someone's gonna start up dead etc and yeah from our perspective widows program is in it seemed like oh we could build that right we would see something and we'd be like okay that doesn't seem that hard it's user system and malaysian yeah obviously we underestimated like what it takes to make a real business it was much like we could do the software benefit do we would share these links with each other ed we would just kinda fantasize about know lugging bloomberg and then eventually after yeah we you know we had an idea the original idea was actually kind of different it was like the people in the UK that pretty obsessed with properties and we wanted to make a map where you could see all the different variables that come into a location so you could see house prices crime rates distance to public transport the restaurants all that stuff that was idea that we had and we're like oh that's a good idea actually there was a company remembers his name but just IPO that was kind of doing like trulia type thing in the UK re real move do i think anyway so we were like okay this could be a real business like this company did okay league so yeah i'm on the the thirteenth month of base give the job we both quit and then we started working on this they go to work a little bit on the side and you said you were like so tired and he came home from work so it's like so we just did it did it my view back then the thing in the UK is actually very it's not easy but it's much cheesy to be a startup us and then is in the US you have free healthcare if you actually know making money the government will pay bill house mostly the eighty percent like there's a housing benefit and though neak location is you know making money like it's not like the hasn't doesn't have to be good reasons why you think you money so actually didn't have much in savings things by we quit i had like maybe six thousand pounds and savings but i did the matt's i'm very frugal by like if housing is mostly free yeah i thought i could survive like at least a year manage yeah exactly so we started working on an my view on newborns like i knew i could get another job so it wasn't i didn't think it was like much of a risk and just quitting and doing it i thought it would be fun i could get the job if it doesn't work out i've also actually okay with maxing out greg god's in these spirits i've done it multiple times i don't recommend it i i didn't live badly and you know we were able to kind of focus complete the on this and it was fun when we were young as well like there's no responsibilities no there's no real risk of like you know now what would happen if it didn't work

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Dorian's floodwaters trap people in attics in North Carolina

Jeff Katz

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Dorian's floodwaters trap people in attics in North Carolina

"Under the people being rescued from Ocracoke island on north Carolina's Outer Banks after Dorian came ashore nag said just to the north as a quick category one hurricane they ignored evacuation orders in the island is only reachable by boat or plane many of them ending up trapped in attics Dorothy Hester a spokesperson for dare county the most significant impacts our sound side flooding particularly on Hatteras island which is the southern portion of the county the villages Buxton Frisco and Hatteras does that that are the most southern managed areas experienced. a lot of flooding dear county has been blocked off since last night and under a curfew they are re evaluating right now Brian Murray lot wrote it out in kill devil hills as he often does during hurricanes and says he's seen worse I say that ten thirty to eleven thirty our time frame was probably about the worst I've seen a lot says that was because of the heavy rain coupled with the wind he says now the wind is the

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Tennis trailblazer Althea Gibson honored on first day of U.S. Open

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Tennis trailblazer Althea Gibson honored on first day of U.S. Open

"Today at the US open tennis pioneer received a long overdue honor a monument to Althea Gibson was unveiled back in the nineteen fifties he was the first black player to win a major championship CBS's Maurice do wall found out it was not easy for Gibson Althea Gibson was a great talent on the tennis court but lonely off it in nineteen fifty five she met her match in Angela boxed in England's top player nobody even spoke to her let alone play with it in our own country boxed in is Jewish and back fan wasn't embraced either not once did the British girls invited me to join them for me not to want experiencing similar indignities created a bond I was very very friendly with the they became doubles partners and won the French Open and Wimbledon in nineteen fifty six one local newspaper reported the historic feat with a small two word headline minorities win well owning Levin is a something so and send in the very very smallest thing they could they remained friends for decades even in tough times like in nineteen ninety five when a sixty eight year old Gibson called her old friend out of the blue well have run out of money and I Constand than a longer so I decided to kill herself she said those words yes Sir funny to say goodbye Gibson was sick and could not afford medicine or rent during her career players were not allowed to make money from sponsors Buxton published a letter about Gibson's plight fans responded with almost one million dollars in donations that's America you save your friend's life here's instant died in two thousand three today eighty five year old Angela box and was happy to travel across the pond to attend the ceremony honoring the memory of her

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

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Dont spend it all at once: Pakistan and the IMF

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:02 min | 1 year ago

Dont spend it all at once: Pakistan and the IMF

"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. In the west there seems to be a push towards vegetarianism and veganism, but that's just a tiny blip in a bigger upward trend in meeting around the world, that's bad news for the environment. But in a narrower sense, it's good for people. And a century ago. One in eight girls born in France was named Marie now that number is one in one hundred demographers love, these kinds of trends, they reveal much more than census data do about. How France is secularize ING and globalizing. But I. Focused on is poised to accept a hefty bailout from the International Monetary Fund. Again, the over indebted country has just sought it's twenty second loan from the F. In a speech while opening a hospital last week, prime minister, Imran Khan, laid the blame on his predecessors. Maimed Pakistan's economic predicament on the previous government. Fingered the amount of debt at the previous government has racked up. Simon cox. Economists emerging marketer. And he pointed out to Pakistanis that fixing this problem would require some hardship in the short term. And he'll so reassured them that Pakistan was in reality of rich country. And the things would get better eventually, and how have done is responded to news of this loan. So there's some dismay some disgruntlement little bit of surprise Iman Khan doing campaigning for the elections last year said he wouldn't turn to the IMF. Although most economists knew that it would be inevitable. He also made large claims for instituting a new kind of welfare state in Pakistan that would take better care of the poor. So that sits at odds with the austerity that Buxton is now going to have to endure, although when should say that the IMF program is attempting to make some provision for the poor. It's certainly been causing a big stir in parliament and the opposition in particular have been accusing the government of selling Pakistan out accusing Pakistan of allowing dictate terms. One particular point of contention is. From this Imran Khan shook up his economic team of the last couple of weeks. Now, the head of the central Bank is a Pakistan national, but also a former official at the IMF. So some critics feel day with this. Right. So let let's roll back a little bit here. How did Pakistan's economy get into such a mess in the first place so Pakistan's been a regular customer? If you like the IMF, and it took a loan twenty thirteen which actually went quite well. And so around twenty sixteen the economy look to have stabilized, but from then on the previous government ran some unsustainable policies in particular the exchange rate to expensive which the competitiveness of puck stan's exports, and they also ran two large budget deficit. So it's too much spending not enough tax collecting, so the big export import Gant, and as a big revenue and expenditure gap for the government the economy, we should say grew pretty well during that pair. But it had these two unsustainable gaps and eventually investors cease to be willing to finance these gaps and the economists after then live with them Enes. So it sounds like some kind of intervention was was needed, and I know with with Pakistan as a as you say regular customer of the I MEF why are so many Pakistanis opposed to to their presence their their their lending. This is a common problem that the IMF aces countries pursue unsustainable. Economic policies. They live beyond their means. Now, the IMF at that point will offer alone to ease this transition, and so the lending will come with conditions attached. So the lending is misused to just by more time. Now, those conditions often quite painful, they often require a cuts in spending increase in taxes often evaluation of the exchange rate, which makes imports more expensive. So none of that is very popular. The question is whether if the I'm wasn't there with the situation even worse and typically answer's yes. Well, it can't be the case that can only turn to the IMF for money or they're not other lenders. Yes. So what sort of different this time? If you like is there an array of other lenders that the Pakistani authorities have leaned on Saudi Arabia has given quite a lot of money and also allowed Pakistan to defer payments on oil, the United Arab Emirates has stepped in and also China, of course, and for while the government sought a could make do with these friends they wouldn't have to deal with the F as well. But the money came short, basically, fills about half the gap, and if I had to turn to the IMF the other half, and how likely is it then on this sort of twenty second go round as Pakistan to actually stick to what the suggests this time around. So it's somewhat unlikely. No one particular to cut Pakistan off, you know, it's a country. That's in a very unstable geopolitical region is the country that has also of its own internal instability issues country of two hundred million people with nuclear weapons, and you know, one of the friends had in the past. Although friend is a strong word is the United States, which has provided an awful lot to economic and military assistance, and so often in previous deals with the F the IMF requested things that Pakistan has then vodka reluctantly partially agreed to and typically the IMF, let's it off at issues waiver said it says the conditions that we attached alone have been waived, and that's become a sort of a game that gets played between the two sides. Now, this is a new government. It's got a good team in place. Good economic team in place. They have their own reputations at stake. So this probably a higher probability this time that in previous occasion. But I'd be surprised if every item in this agreement gets into, but Pakistan doesn't see the IMF as a sort of lender of last resort just lender wondering the degree to which its existence, and this, you know, giving the money, and you can take the advice if you like kind of practice disincentivize is good fiscal discipline. So the IMF often finds itself in a difficult position. It doesn't want to be held responsible for triggering a crisis. It doesn't want to finally cut a country often send it into the abyss won't come think of other examples like Argentina where the became heavily invested in the success of its program and ended up throwing good money after bad an impact fans case it often turns a blind eye to foot-dragging by the authorities or only partial implementation of the conditions. The IMF has asked for besides because it doesn't want to create instability and cause trouble. And you're right. That does create. Inevitable physical game between the two sides. And we'll see how that plays out again with this latest land Buxton? Thank you very much Simon. Thank you very much. My pleasure.

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France, Italy ratchet up rhetoric amid migration dispute

BBC World Service

03:00 min | 1 year ago

France, Italy ratchet up rhetoric amid migration dispute

"Writes at the start consider this. Function and total lack of discipline inside governments this week. One senior very pro Brexit minister said he thought delaying leaving would be far worse than no deal a calamitous breach of trust with the voters. He called it. While another minister, effectively said, he thought no deal was utterly bonkers. His words weren't that difference? And that he didn't mind if MRs may knew that was his view, and she could second if she wanted to for expressing it. She didn't in case you were wondering this is not the way government is supposed to work robot season. You're listening to the world this week the program that tells you what happened in the past seven days, and why it counts coming up fighting for a name. How Macedonia is making Greek see read if you want to listen to a scandal to previous editions just type BBC the world this week into your search engine. It might have been another routine encounter as they're sometimes called police shooting and. Killing apparent suspects later described as criminals there was one week ago in Pakistan where police killed three adults and a twelve year old girl in a car. But this one was different this time. It ended with police officers themselves under arrest facing charges of murder. Why? Well, passersby had filled the instant and share images showing the what police had said couldn't possibly be true and even more powerfully the testimony from hospital of a nine year old survivor. Omar Khalil kindle commodity in Lombard, Toby more. He was interviewed shortly after the incident had taken place by local Pakistan journalists, and he said, no one in the Colorado opened fire that they were on their way to a family wedding. And then police had stopped them. And that's when this firing had taken place because the police had just according to this child opened fire on them with no real reason. So what was the initial response from the authorities to the law? Little boys story, and they actually the regional government seem to be suggesting that the inhabitants of this call were indeed suspected terrorists. But quickly as pressure begun to mount on them, and this really took off online, particularly on Twitter and Facebook, they came under pressure to look into that a bit more. And after that quite quickly, the prime minister Imran Khan took to Twitter himself to say that if there had been any wrongdoing, then that would be thoroughly investigated, and whilst counterterrorism police inbox on had done a great job in the past of keeping people safe that no one was above the law, and everyone would be held accountable. Now that phrase you used no one is about the law is very important Disney in the context of of how the counter terrorism police are perceived to have behaved in some cases in Pakistan. Absolutely. And it's not just counterterrorism police. But all police forces really in Buxton often have the reputation of considering themselves above the law in particular.

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Chinese Presence in Pakistan Is Targeted in Strike on Consulate in Karachi

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05:02 min | 2 years ago

Chinese Presence in Pakistan Is Targeted in Strike on Consulate in Karachi

"In Karachi three tacos storm, the local Chinese consulate killing four people including two police officers before being killed themselves and before they could detonate their primary weapon econ Laden with explosives for more on this. I'm joined by Aisha Deka military, scientists offer and research associate at so as I should first of all the attack itself on the Chinese consulate in Karachi, it's been claimed by the Balochistan Liberation Army. Basically who are they in what they want? The Balochistan national liberation on me is a nationalist below ch- nationalist movement, their ethnic movement a want independence from Pakistan. But what is very cute cute is that. Earlier on in the past Balochistan Liberation Army or any army associate with the below schmooze Flint has never had the capacity to strike inside of an centers and astrategically aside, as for example, the Chinese consulate says very very strange, and it's a cross border attack as well. It's not within Balochistan. Yes. It's not within Balochistan earlier. What we've seen is that be LA or other armies of the movement would strike say petty workers, laborers working for the army all blow up a pipeline going through Balochistan having their years ago. This is like four five years ago. There was a blast in Islamabad, which was the extra beauty to be LA. But you know, everybody knew wasn't the LA. Be LA didn't have the capacity. I still don't think it has the capacity, but what is being claimed is on behalf of LA. This was on its own merits at least clearly an extremely ambitious attack. I mean, this is a a high profile and presumably will secured target, which they clearly intended to do serious damage if this was the Balochistan the beret army, and as you correctly point out, there's some doubts as to whether they're claiming to whether it's being claimed on their behalf by other actors, but why would the Chinese consulate of Bena target fastly because there is the China puck sonic comic corridor, which passes through Balochistan. There is development work and guava, which is a portent of very strategic port very strategic location in Balochistan. It's a deep sea fishing pole, which would give China the ability to kind of a be part of the Rabian, see. Says very strategic and what the Balaj ethnic Ballade say is that well, a strategic mood shift has been made a strategic decision has been made regarding the province without taking them into account. And they do not want to be part of Pakistan. I still don't think I mean, I'm doubtful that there are several claims. There's a Pakistani claim that the Balaj themselves are being funded by by Indians in intelligence agency in of gone intelligence agency, they could be others as well. And what the Chinese have been saying so long is allow us allow the Chinese to come bring their own force into Parkistan the security forces to defend and secure anything. Why there is Chinese investment or Chinese presence? So it could be anyone really. But it doesn't look like. The work of be LA because be LA has limited capacity is much not just in Balochistan, but in Pakistan as whole is the much resentment or suspicion of China's increasing influence in Buxton. In Balochistan, the issues being raised bought generally the state, and the people are generally, you know, excited about money coming in. I mean through the China Pakistan economic corridor. China plans to invest sixty one billion dollars into Pakistan and has so far invested about twenty six billion dollars. They were stopped after the last government lost in elections. And there is a new government in the new government destroying to reach out to the Giannis. But there are other problems, for example, IMF has raised issues with how CPAC known as coming into into parka sawn, and they're saying that box on will get into debt trap China. And so when box current prime minister went to China, very recently, he was met very warmly, but not giving any money Buxton. Badly needs money. So it was a smile. Good vicious press. But nothing several M several MU signed but nothing substantive in terms of

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Because I mean, a stay agents are their garbage. Well, they don't all garbage. But they I mean, they are they're they're like I don't like doing a punk game. Jamie's carrot staff is I mean, he is such an idiot. Like we've seen it. Now. They've cut it together. We watched it all I absolutely love of like, it's really the pilots one of the funniest things. Have you seen it? Yeah. Well, yes. So I the pilot, but that the black the black it so it feels like such such a good thing. I think because it's like a character comedy written by comedian cost with character comedians comedians, like most of the. Parts you're like, oh, that's my friend who's a comedian. You know, so much TV that's made nowadays, it's comedy. They'll be like a comedian at the heart of it. And then it's lots of actresses. And I'm not saying this is funny. But ain't funny. Guess what? They ain't as funny as comedians. I didn't know it felt like a very special stupid time in my life. And I was like, you know, I'm doing it with my brother who I is my best friend and fancy him. Nice. You know, and like L E Y. He's my partner she played like my best friend, then Williams, Linnet LIAM's Annette. I mean our Roberts who plays mice. Love interest is one of the funniest human beings. I I mean, I can't express with words is Adam Buxton in it. I thought he was quite visiting punk costs way. He didn't even ask him. Six definitely would have done it. And he would have been amazing. Maybe you're own. Maybe he is in. Yeah. Maybe I should just check. I should just probably check. I mean, there's things you can do with days. I'm not saying we can't see you in every saying I'm not saying we can't buy most saying we can't always should. I like the noise you made when I asked if Adam in was in Steph static I was trying to be like Mike, and I was thinking my head. How do you make with my mouth annoys of someone being like lightning funny way, then our air and the door shot and the car drives off I could do Santa Fe. Okay. Do that. So so you me, and then do this out of eight is Adam Buxton staff. Come back. Comes. Hey, sorry. Oh, sorry. I talk. Yeah. Staff. That sounds great. That's good stuff. Let's flats now because let's black. So funny. We me Jamie recently in America together because we're legends and him trying to explain it to American people. So it's stuff. Let's flats start is not a name that everyone knows in England. But America, they don't have let's out there. And there have flats why he he's sorry. He's what with a with a flat white like a coffee, and what to stack staff staff it would have to be cooled Greek boy rents apartments. So yes. So it's it was called staff. Sounds bit like staffers Steph infection as well. That's interesting. I've never heard of that. Thank you Stathis is the name of the character. The ingredients it's such a good name for the character, though. It's like the noise of staff around I'm staff it worked. So. Well, he's staff staff, but you could miss here. It a style big time. I mean, Steph Laycock aureus. Names bacteria that can cause a multitude of diseases. This is my on my big break you have to stop. We're naming back to know. It is obviously would have gone back could himself. Tony, maybe I didn't want to speak from his behalf..

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Mall. Gye mud cost been now you out that podcast out and started listening. I took my micro and found some human vocal. Okay. Then I recalled at all while. I name his Boxster Nive. I want you to joy. That's the. Hey, hey, how you doing podcasts? Adam Buxton here beautiful day out here in Norfolk in the east of England, October twenty eighteen. And changes afoot in the countryside off deciduous trails, Tonga, Brown, galled tumbling to the ground. It's the fall Rosie to get it off a bit too early for the think. Yeah. But if I wait any longer, it's going to be Johnny winter. Why are you talking about offs in thing? I'm going to go by. Harry bullets lie post. So welcome listeners to episode number eighty of the Adam. Buxton podcast. Thanks so much for joining me what's again and this episode features a conversation with American comedian storyteller actor and writer desert Birch. She grew up in California before moving to New York City where she cut her teeth as a stand up comedian and theatre performance. She holds a BA in theater studies from Yale University. That is a prestigious learning seat. And now she lives in London, which is where I spoke to her towards the beginning of this year, twenty eight teen and I bought desert gift as you will hear the gift of truth, all deaths sticks. And that sent us off on a variety of conversational tangents which included fantasy jobs, teenage sexual angst, and the reason that age twelve. I was concerned, I might be the anti Christ. Well, we'll be revealed relationship Malays and some Frank descriptions of desert's younger days when she worked briefly as a pro dominatrix in New York trigger warning, there is some mention of testicle abuse. Now I'd seen Disraeli on the BBC's stand up. Comedy showcase live at the Apollo and during her set, she enjoys some laughs at the expense of what she describes as short white fetish e men, his clip short guys are cool. There usually like funny and charming and gregarious. They gotta be. Definitely will go home with a short dude. You know, like they're hot, right. I just can't date them during daylight hours. I tend to a lot of white dudes. And the problem is I can't walk down the street holding short white dude's hand because I'm gonna look like Jamaica nanny picking him up from daycare. Well, I find that amusing, but I the toll beautiful Indian dude. So I was interested to hear if other people ever get offended by her material and how she navigates that area in general. And that was how are enjoyable and meandering conversation began. I'll be back to say a brief good by the end of the podcast. But right now here we go..

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Mall gye mud cost been now you out that podcast out and started listening i took my micro and found some human focused then i recalled it all the noises while name his boxster i want you to joy that's the hey how you doing podcasts at books in here just enjoying a country walk out in east anglia with my dog friend rosie on a beautiful evening in early june twenty eight teen thank you very much for joining us for podcast number seventy seven and this is a bit of a special one it's sponsored by art fund do you know about art fund rosie yet of course it's the national fundraising charity for art that's right they believe that ought can make you see think and feel differently and their national art pass is designed to encourage exactly that what do they do with the funds raised by the pas memberships ooh very perspicacious question for a whippet poodle cross if you don't mind me saying a fund that very feds was my breed got to do anything sorry i didn't mean to be offensive i apologise the funds to your question that they make from the past memberships help off fund to support innovative curator's and museums you can find out more by visiting ought fund dot org slash buxton cry that sounds pretty i'm going to do that now all right see you later that's it for the fund plugs for the time being there is a short mention later on during the conversation but tim pause a little bucket of entertaining scorn on the wall i do that and by tim of course i mean my guest this week british comedian actor and poet tim key i wanted to get tim on the podcast for longtime i've known him for many years now we've shed live bills on several occasions report did some bits and pieces on amanda we knew cheese showtime trumpet back in the mid nort's more recently tim read some of his festive poems on a show i did called adam buxton's shed of christmas that was on sky ons in twenty four team and i guess you can probably still find it there if you are a sky subscriber it's one of tim's biggest credits i know he's very proud of it i'm a big fan of tim's poems and i heart.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"We're not like plugging ought fund right the way through it just doing a normal podcasts that happens to be in an art gallery and my guest in the end was tim key one of my favorite comedians actors so we recorded that just lost week and it'll go out towards the beginning of june as a yeah as i sit of special edition of the podcast off to that break time during that time you might like to explore the adam loxton app there's a wealth of adam buxton based fun to be had on their bonus episodes of this podcast currently unavailable anywhere else links to all sorts of beyond brilliant videos that i've made over the years again some of which can't be accessed any other way but the adam buxton app this some jingles on there there's some of the sponsor ads on their if you've enjoyed those in the past you might find your favorite on the app and of course it's a portal from which you can leap to the merge site wail find specially designed t shirts and mugs and posters stickers there's little collections of some of the jingles they're available to download and keep this my dvd available on go faster stripe the only dvd currently available of my some of my life bits and pieces that i've done over the last few years not bug but similar to bug in some ways it's called adam buxton's old bits so you know if you miss me.

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Jeff Garcia lashes out about Bucs draft: 'I could care less about who they pick'

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Garcia lashes out about Bucs draft: 'I could care less about who they pick'

"Nfl draft coming up and how the buccaneers are going to have a parrot deliver their fourth round pick i believe i did see this so that was a lot of like oh it's going be great the parrots going to name to pick the third round pick jeff garcia there the quarterback coaching guru and former rue and former nfl quarterback who spent time with the buccaneers right he's going to make the third pick shawny which which he tweeted out nicely this started off as a very nice tweet and to take it back nine hundred dollars for those seats nine hundred bucks ahead sorry jeff garcia tweets out thank you for the honor of representing the buccaneers and announcing their third round pick at the draft i johnny nice easy tweet jeff garcia excited whatever so a reporter points out to him hey jeff the buxton have a third round pick they traded it for the gp giants deal to which that must have annoyed jeff garcia because then he tweeted whatever the pick is i'll be announcing one don't turn this into some clowns show dude i could care less about who they pick no nor do i pay attention as to what picks they have or don't have i have a life so then why even be involved in it then how to tweet a mother tweet my bad bucks fans johnny time in tampa wouldn't have said it if it wasn't an honor he just got caught up in a moment jerry was so annoyed again this social media i'm sure that it wasn't just the reporter down in tampa who said oh by the way i'm sure it was every fan like you idiot of course have a third one how many people are expected in dallas for the draft on thursday i did see two hundred seventy thousand people doing why don't know i covered one draft in two thousand five i think actually did a show from radio city on draft day which was fine aaron aaron rogers come sit down with him yeah at aaron rodgers and i had alex smith and it was it was fun by god was it boring i mean it was just you know guy makes the pick.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Ready to launch us the offer code buxton buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain nancy sounds awesome let's talk about it for a really long time was address again you go to squarespace dot com slash buxton and when you're ready to launch us the offer code buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase do not see you kill that we're gonna pause for this i i did one more podcast gye vodkas now you fucked up podcast out and start listening i took micro found some human folk then i recalled it all while his name as adam buxton live up i want you to do joy that's the hey how you doing port cats adam buxton here boss king in the sunshine what a difference a week makes the whole countryside has transformed lush green blossom exploding from the trees all round cherry blossom over there sort of red blossom over there i don't know what that is nettles there's some nettles as well you know can't have the blossom without the nettles and it's like life though isn't it and it is actually properly hot i'm wearing my shorts you'll be glad to hear and i'm wearing my fleece at the moment middleaged man in short fleas but i think i'm going to have to take my fleece off because it's too warm that would be an exciting film wouldn't it starring nick cage and john travolta as to middle aged men bughouse and crag hopper who get too warm and both decide to take that fleece off.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Yeah you guys voted on mass thank you very much and suddenly i went from fifth in my category too i within a few days i think that probably had the effect of galvanizing some of the other people especially alec baldwin i think he mobilized the boldys whatever they're called now he is in first position and i'm trailing second still a few days left to register your votes i think the deadline is the nineteenth of april and i will put a link opin it to my twitter feed so it should be at the top of my twitter feed they're a simple link that you will be able to click on and then cost you vote for me or whoever else you wish to vote full maybe it's so proud maybe it's bold win adam buxton app news now occasionally people will get in touch with me and also where they can hear some of the great great sponsor jingles that i have made in the past all the great squarespace jingle the vegetarian shoes song the argument on the train for both headphones at cetera et cetera because of course the sponsor reads rotate on this podcast burned in as it were they come and go but now you can hear a selection of some of my favorites on the adam buxton app of free app which has all sorts of goodies on there and quite a few of the jingles from the podcast and now the sponsor jingles and reads as well if you are unbelievably thank you very much indeed to really quite something who have developed the app and maintaining it really appreciate their continued support there is some paid for content on the app a bonus episode of the pud cost in which i chat to garth jennings i think it's ninetynine you have to pay to listen to that but.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Hey what's up everybody welcome to generic podcast episode seven thousand five hundred and twenty nine with me todd odd voice today we're dedicating the whole four and a half hours to the best way to build your own website and once again we have nancy here he has he oh he's getting a bit close run mike there nancy thas better ads perfect okay so nancy how would you go about building a website it looks complicated is it a no not at all i would recommend visiting square space com slash boxton buxton where you can undertake a free trial using templates easy to use tool very professional looking site yes in a matter of minutes and ready to launch us the offer code buxton buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain nancy sounds awesome let's talk about it for a really long time was address again you go to squarespace dot com slash buxton and when you're ready to launch us the offer code buxton to save ten percent off your first purchase do nazi you killed it we're gonna pause for this i i did one more podcast gye been now you out up podcast out and start listening i took my microphone and bounce hugh but then i recalled while i name is adam buxton i want you to that's the bad hey it's exciting how're you doing listeners adam buxton here very nice to be with you again on this relatively nice evening out here in the east of england in a random field i'm looking out over some flooded marsh land right now actually the floods are subsiding but it's been very damp the last few days probably has been in your parts too.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"You're amazing you've got so many great ideas and interesting thoughts you should put some of those ideas and thoughts on a website so people all over the world can look at them and think your amazing so if you actually decide to do that because you're amazing then why not use squarespace they make it so easy to design a website even if you're not amazing kind no imagine so visit squarespace and if you like what you see type in the offer code buxton for ten percent off amazing i added one more podcast gye mud cost ben now you have plucked that what caused out and started listen i took my microphone and found some human folk then i recalled all the noises while they spoke my name is adam buxton up i want you to giant that's the bad hey how you doing podcasts adam buxton here where the check depressing rainy gray cold anyway welcome to put cost number seventy which features a conversation with british director and friend of the podcast goff jennings hey welcome back off and goff's texan friend director wiz anderson as you'll hear goffin was both spend much of that time living and working in paris so a few weeks ago with was his new film i love dogs about to be released i managed to wangle myself a eurostar ticket and i paid them both of visit we go to screening of the film men goff the night that i arrived in paris and then we went and met was the following afternoon at his offices a short cycle ride.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"And and you're writing so you've been publicly shamed i was feeling a little depressed it was and i'll take him ketamine day and you know the new treatment for anxiety i mean that is a treatment for that's a whole tranquil okay people terrible people take it recreationally they love it that's i was no lie white of weights of success but now you know i've listened to every episode of the adam buxton podcast now i feel said responsibility to do well and i think it's nice to be able to have lots of different kinds of conversations with different people and and i'm very excited that you're coming back always love your you know i love anything you do always keep up with it's like genuinely one of those having favorite band releasing you i'll be like here we go i'm glad i'm glad that you about weekly didn't like those months when you were iraq we just had i just had to listen to the spoon interview wait did you to the skiing one you know what this game it to me like on the persists on holiday like the movie when they there was a few people who felt like yeah so actually that's probably the only percussion not listen to yeah only one but you but you listen to it and didn't like or you didn't listen to it i listen i ten minutes and i thought this really could this isn't bought i want.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"You're amazing you've got so many great ideas and interesting thoughts you should put some of those ideas and thoughts on a website so people all over the world can look at them and think your amazing so if you actually decide to do that 'cause you're amazing then why not use squarespace they make it so easy to design a website even if you're not amazing kind no imagine so visit squarespace and if you like what you see type in the offer code buxton for ten percent off amazing i added one more podcast gye mud cost ben now you out plucked that podcast out and started listen i took my microphone and found some human focused then i recalled all the noises while we spoke my name is adam buxton i want you to giant that's the bad hey how you doing this adam buxton here i am observing what looks to me like a seagull flying over the field out here in the norfolk countryside uk and it's gone now it's gone over towards the rooks they're not know for their cordial easygoing camry the rooks not run these parts anyway but hey look i don't wanna get into a fight with the rooks i'm sure there are perfectly delightful community when you get to know them rosie she's doing fine she's bouncing and i am going to tell you now about this week's guest joan wilson hey welcome back john he was of course one of the very first guests on this put cost episode number four features jon ronson a conversation recorded in two thousand fourteen in new york where john still lives let me put john in some more slightly more meaningful context for those less familiar with his evidence john is a a welsh journalist screenwriter and filmmaker jones books include two thousand and ones then adventures with extremists in which he details meetings with controversial and outspoken figures like david eick randy weaver omar baccari muhammed in paisley and alex.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"And it is a series of short programmes about various aspects of modern living that could possibly be done differently all that i certainly feel i often do a bad job at it's mainly a series of conversations with various people involved with things like thinking about the environment and food diet this week's one is about diet i think last week's was about perrine king the first one was about various ways that we work in the modern world it's really just motivated by the idea of exploring alternatives it's also available as a podcast so if you are unable to listen to it live on wednesdays at nine thirty you can download a podcast which is slightly longer as well i think about nearly twenty minutes as opposed to about fifteen on the radio once again thank you to emily night who was the produce producer have a right to the research yet the editor she has done a lot of work on the program sir thanks to her forgetting me involved what else the adam buxton app is up and running come on guys come on guys if you haven't got the free adam buxton app walked the shift to you doing with yourself why do you need it well because it's the one stop shop for all things adam buxton related you can go on there and do you can listen to all the previous episodes of the podcast they're all collected therefore you conveniently you can look at lots of videos that i've compiled into play lists that i've done over the years uh there is bonus content on the extra podcasts that for the time being our exclusive to the app it's just fun city i would describe it as fund city imagine a city where everybody is having fun all the time plus it's.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"I i did one mahbubug does john youngblood caused bin now you out of luck that what caused doubt then started listening i joke my roberto and found some human folk then i recall it at all older noises while we spoke i naybet's add buck stunning i bob i want you to join it is that's the fat hey how you doing listeners adam buxton here guess where i am no wrong as if come on i wouldn't go there if you paid me while i might go there you pay me but i'm not i'm in norfolk surprise it's in east and ula uk and i'm walking in a field really mixing things up this week out with my best dog friend truth be told probably my only doak friend rosy she's up ahead investigating possibilities for socializing with 'undesirables after which she will probably zip off for about forty five minutes and not respond to my kohl's and then turn up later on at the house acting weirdly running around rolling on the floor and um jumping on the table and jumping off again as if she's been taking crank with the rabits which may well be what she gets up to all she's just stung her polls on some nettles in his regretting it but that's rosy everything else is more or less back to normal hair i guess relatively speaking after last week's crazy snow fun rather a great day to day another one anyway listen i know you love where the chat but let me tell you about port costs number sixty seven.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Your amazing you've got so many great ideas an interesting thoughts you should put some of those ideas and thoughts on a website so people all over the world can look at them and think your amazing so if you actually decide to do that because you're amazing then why not use squeeze space they make it so easy to design a website even if you're not amazing i know imagine so visit square space and if you'd like what you see type in the offer code buxton foot ten percent off her mazy i added guang mahbubug gove john young log caused bin now you outlook that what caused doubt then started liz irving i feel my group vows on human vote then i recall it all over noises while these of my name is adding buck stunned by bob i want you to do and jyle is that the bad hey how you doing this this adam buxton here out for a walk once again in the fields of east anglia uk and once again it's the nighttime on this occasion rosie the dog is up ahead invisible to me because of her black for making her entirely camouflaged in the gloom but it's a beautiful night the stars a shining very brightly above me but listen let me tell you about episode number sixty four of the podcast which reaches a conversation with californian actor writer and director greta girl week greta cohen aged thirty four began acting in a series of lowbudget semi improvised films in the mid2000s while still at new york's bonnaud college where she was studying theater her involvement as actor co writer and codirector of some of those films part of the socalled mumbled core genre brought to greta to the attention of new yorkbased director noah bound back who con.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Yeah and it's these got seventy nomination svus film and amid excite for he did everything it scott when he gets the end of the film and it says written and produced by one person and selected by just a theats away ena might sign alec some was themselves yeah and even filmed as well so that's in ah so let him should be recognised spit in came here rights of himself if you win though i'm just says yeah i'm here for you speech weiss 'perfect and i've got a few options option one okay short and sweet you know i'd like to thank god my family at of buxton this is amazing facts that kind of thing option too long and sweet yet but quite selfindulgent okay when i was five i saw a toy keyboard in a shaw right and it was my dream since then blah blah blah you go up the ten minutes they stop playing the music the house comes over puts his arm around you tries to still token i get you offstage option three gear use the speeches a platform to rent about your favorite political kohl's good idea and i'll be good so why is it take bt so long to sort out my broadband issues i am a business because got eleven oh yes adam rarely option for feel oscar speak right incredibly bitter ally that good yeah i need you lamy everyone blamed noah to thank but a few people i wanna bring down you are the only person that created your luck that teacher at school told you to be entertaining thought you mr mr hopkins smith berg try sticking they saw scruffy above practice doing that all right i'll go straight up as well and thinking i dunno i thinking of just pointing myself widening my eyes and noting slowly thing that could work that's good not talk into this guy kind of a look at this guy and then you could do a sort of might drop with the oscar yeah just dropped the oscar could do that kenya would do that yeah he get into trouble bought it always works african yet i think come at a chef alone statham away through offer sentence and and leif yeah that's a good i played you think i like.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Right boobs and a rosy as soon as rosy his me pudding mobute son she knows it's walking time she can even him from the top of the house sometimes it's weird and she slips down and stance just looking at me as she is now looking at me saying come on are we gonna walk didn't get walk yesterday hugh panchen around new promised may want i know i'm sorry hogan to go for what right now uh just before we go kind of us great scratch rose just nothing down now with a pause in the ad looking at me with a smile or at least what i perceive to be a smile it's great scratch delivered let's go to colder they rose you ready i i did one mall bug gusty john young to lug caused bin now you have to look at what caused doubt then started listening i do my microphone and found some human folk then i recall it it all older noises while ways of by naybet's add bucks does die above i want you to do joy is that the fire and at two beautiful evening riot of autumnal shades brown's oranges and all the rest of it a soya egg brands oranges and all the rest of it anyway how you doing listeners out of buxton here welcome to port cost number fifty six which features a conversation between myself and british actor writer and here too director kathy book this is kathy second time on the podcast of course our conversation in episode fifteen that was more of a a korea overview i suppose for this one which was recorded in february of this year two thousand seventeen.

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"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"buxton" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Finally enough i talked about one of my drug experiences that time when i took mushrooms when i was at university and had a pretty bad time i think that clip his probably still on youtube floating around somewhere adam buxton talks about mushrooms i'm never mind the bus cox anyway he was nice to me on that show which was good because the first time i went on never mind the bus kok smart lamar was hosting and he was less warm but that was his style i suppose anyway thanks very much simon for his time now look the adam buxton app is finally available to download for free in order to enhance the quality of your life immeasurably let me tell you about what you can expect to him that the app enables you to stream all episodes of the podcast so far and contains exclusive bonus episodes an extra audio that will arrive every few weeks and won't be available anywhere else the first bonus episode the only one on there currently features more conversations with johnny marr recorded before joining and i settled down for the chat that you can hear in episode fifty one and it's quite good that one if i say so myself when i listen back to it i was pleased with the stuff that we recorded before hand me talking to johnny in his car when he pick me up from the station and then johnny giving mere tour of his new studio chatting to me about some of his guitars and the.

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